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OXO SteeL Apple Divider
OXO SteeL Apple Divider
Price: $14.99
9 used & new from $14.95

2.0 out of 5 stars Loses its edge, March 10, 2016
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This review is from: OXO SteeL Apple Divider (Kitchen)
While this does in fact core apples quite perfectly and is designed well it does not hold its edge and after less than a year barely cuts the skin of an apple now.

Decibullz Custom Molded Earplugs (Red)
Decibullz Custom Molded Earplugs (Red)
Offered by Decibullz Custom Molded Audio
Price: $25.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Worn proudly on the range, March 8, 2016
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These work exactly as described and were very, very simple to mold to my ears.
I also wear these under a pair of electronic muffs. They work so well, I typically have to take one out to hear range commands.

I was also surprised that there is a little suction or pop to remove them. To me it just seemed like they sealed in my ear when they popped out.

That is quite different in my experience with earplugs. I've been a huge fan of SureFire EP4 Sonic Defenders. The SurFire tend to degrade overtime and do not fit in the ear canal. The same may happen with these but I doubt it. The seal the entire inner ear, not just the inner ear canal.

Try it. I'm glad I did.

Flash & Glow 100-Percent Silicone Wrap-Around Flashing LED Safety Light for Pets and People
Flash & Glow 100-Percent Silicone Wrap-Around Flashing LED Safety Light for Pets and People
Price: $5.88
20 used & new from $0.01

3.0 out of 5 stars Great idea, but flawed., March 8, 2016
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This is a great light and has a simple attachment system to a collar or pet coat. It is also bright and easy to access the battery.
The only issue we had is that the narrow rubber loop broke within one month and fell off our dogs coat. So while it still flashes, we can no longer attach it.

Amazon also sent us the wrong color, but were quick to replace it. Again with the wrong color...
We ordered orange. Received pink and then yellow.

See photo.
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Tom Clancy's The Division - Xbox One
Tom Clancy's The Division - Xbox One
Offered by Rose Petal Electronics
Price: $49.75
118 used & new from $32.00

43 of 54 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Alpha, Closed Beta & Open Beta Tester, March 8, 2016
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Played all three pre releases of this game. The Alpha, Closed Beta & Open Beta.

This is a very unique RPG/TPS combo with the added bonus of team tactics, strategy and individual missions combined. These game combinations have massive implications for users:
• Which break down into a game that could be played for years, instead of months.
• A game that satisfies an action and an adventure style approach.
• A game that stands out from all the competition.
• Once you finished the Safe Zone game, yes there is a Final Mission and you get past level 30, it opens up Daily Mission that give you Phoenix credits for buying Blueprints to Craft items.
• Endless daily inexpensive firearms skins you can buy too.

The positives while playing:
• Missions are fun and build your characters strengths. They also help you during team play when you equip a gadget.
• Colors and gear levels improve player attributes. As you win, find and extract you again build character strength.
• The map is huge. Two zones. Single player/team missions Safe Zone and Team player Dark Zone. Two different maps with two different playing styles. Both have different levels that include different leveled enemies to fight. Higher the level, higher the enemy strength and gear.
• Unlike R6S, the servers worked. R6S still has massive server, DQ and high drop out rates for players. This did not occur on The Division.
• Customization is endless. You mod your weapons, gear and your kit. That means you can build your firearms and your gear as you find and buy new gear. Not just the gear itself, but you had mods to the knee pads, pack and vest too. You can literally add an optic, mag or compensator to a rifle and have it upgrade or downgrade the power, accuracy or stability.
• Crafting. Can't find or buy that gun or piece of kit you really want or need? Build it.

The negatives while playing:
• Going "rogue" - turning on other agents to steal their gear - in the Dark Zone is random. While they have slightly improved this aspect of the game, it is still possible to turn your character and therefor your entire team Rogue by being in a crossfire. More specifically, it happens too much on accident.
• Extracting gear can, over time, get boring and seem redundant. At some point players literally stop picking up Green and even Blue gear as they have already surpassed those levels.
• Customization is endless. It is complex. You need to get into the deep endless specifics to understand how to do this and use it properly.
• Crafting. Its confusing too, but once you understand it, its great.
• Getting stuck. Unlike Siege that had a prone button and really helped players get unstuck from the games framework, The Division does not have one. I have been stuck, frozen, against boxes, inside engine blocks and on stair railings. It can be maddening when you have an Elite item and have to quit out, but the game auto saves and you drop back in with the same group and gear.
• DQ'ing. There has definitely been an increase in disconnects from the game.

I highly recommend the game and will be playing it for a long time to come.

Many users fail to understand The Division is really a team game especially in the Dark Zone. Below is an excellent link to the different build outs that may make a massive difference in the approach to the character builds and success in game:

"Best Class Builds for Tom Clancy's The Division: Tank, Medic, Sniper, and more"

UPDATE 05/2016 Level 30/99

Yes I'm a 99'er. The game is now different than the Alpha and Beta's and Massive/Ubisoft have made some serious errors. The game is filled with glitches, which have provided players with the best of the best gear and not many others. It gives them a terribly unfair advantage as you can tell by the groups of tinnie boppers running around Rogue swearing at everyone. There is no recourse for players as they wipe out everyone over and over. The game is "plagued with bug exploits and cheaters."

The other issues include constant Delta and Mike errors which disconnect players from the game. Massive/Ubisoft have blamed this on all the glitchers for corrupting the servers, but the reality is that the developers made clear errors and did not do their due diligence testing and rushed it to market.

Then there are the Incursions. As if 'the endless grind' ( the true name for the game ) wasn't boring and monotonous enough, Massive/Ubisoft made it harder by just increasing the difficulty level (hard - very doable & challenging - next to impossible) in Falcon Lost instead of dimensionalizing the game. Challenging mode is the only way to get 240 level gear, which is the most powerful too. To make this unbearable they are upping it again with Broken Circle. Its just plain stupid.

Finally to stop the cheats they are banning players for two weeks, but not pulling their 240 gear or de-ranking their character(s).

"Ubisoft Releases Statement About Tom Clancy’s The Division Cheaters And Exploits"
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Vertx MPH Full Size Multi Purpose Holster, Desert Tan
Vertx MPH Full Size Multi Purpose Holster, Desert Tan
Offered by Vertx Direct
Price: $23.96
2 used & new from $23.96

2.0 out of 5 stars Not worth the cost or the assembly effort, December 21, 2015
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Unlike the range bag and courier bag the Vertx MPH Full Size Multi Purpose Holster and the Vertx MAK Full Sized Adaptor are overly compliated and not worth the price. They are quality products, but don't bother. If you do like I did - mistake on my part - you have to watch their videos on YouTube to assemble them. Its a ridiculous system that is beneficial only because they're velcro hook.

PDP AG7 True Wireless Headset for Xbox One
PDP AG7 True Wireless Headset for Xbox One
Offered by OneDealOutlet Online
Price: $109.99
13 used & new from $75.06

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Actually Really Totally Wireless Xbox One Headset I've Found, December 21, 2015
After extensive frustration and research I decided to try the PDP AG7 True Wireless Headset for Xbox One and I'm really pleased I did. I'll try to make this quick and simple:

Set up:
• Turn on Xbox One. Log into your profile. Plug the dongle into side port on the console. Turn the headset on. Done and its automatically paired and set to your profile if you followed the order I listed. Simple and I've had no disconnects.

• Volume on the chat and stereo for TV and Games is excellent. In-fact, I find it a little loud. Volume controls are on the side and use a dial. The base boost definitely works, but its not really needed for a FPS game, because the sound is pretty great. It is not 7.1 Surround though.

• Is retractable and functions perfectly. No one on my R6S team has had any issue hearing me and I can simply push the large left side of the headset and mute the mic. Front of mic blinks too to show its muted, but its obvious it is muted. Its also bendy.

They are comfortable and adjustable. They're not amazing, but they're better than most. Quality feel too.

I also bought them online from Bestbuy for $69.99 and picked them up the same day. So that was awesome. This was after buying and returning the +$200 Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum Wireless 7.1 Surround Gaming Headset (981-000585) which does NOT work wirelessly with the Xbox One. Some else wrote a great review on those here:

The PDP AG7's are also reviewed more completely than I'd ever like to go into here:

H and K Trijicon P30/45C HD Front Outline Night Sight Set, Orange
H and K Trijicon P30/45C HD Front Outline Night Sight Set, Orange
Price: $138.98
27 used & new from $138.78

5.0 out of 5 stars Nice big dot and high quality craftsmanship, November 14, 2015
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I traded out my quite good VP9 stock sights for Dawson Precision fiber optic sights. After a year I bought these instead. At some point the fiber optic are too hard to see for combat tactical self-defense shooting.

HP3R Rechargeable Focusing 245 Lumen Penlight
HP3R Rechargeable Focusing 245 Lumen Penlight
Price: $67.60
17 used & new from $59.28

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best B.O.B. hand held available., October 27, 2015
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Probably the best back up, emergency Bug Out hand held available.
Bright, with multiple settings. Thin. Light. Lite. Rechargeable.

I have six hand held flashlights. This one goes right into my BOB.

Blackbeard Edward Teach Pirate Flag Flag 3 X 5 3x5 New
Blackbeard Edward Teach Pirate Flag Flag 3 X 5 3x5 New
Offered by North Shore Home & Garden
Price: $1.25
12 used & new from $1.25

1.0 out of 5 stars The flag is great, but the craftsmanship is not., October 27, 2015
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There are three thin white lines through the middle of the flag. There is also an upturned seam showing white underneath - the flag is black.

While I really like the design, many places have the Teach flag, the quality is subpar. I can return if for an Amazon refund, but I could not be bothered shipping it back.

$7.00 flag I guess is just a $7.00 flag, but we all should expect what you see listed. Defects are defects.
See photos for specifics.
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M-Pro 7 Gun Cleaner, 1-Gallon Bottle
M-Pro 7 Gun Cleaner, 1-Gallon Bottle
Price: $64.39
4 used & new from $64.39

5.0 out of 5 stars Best I have found, August 30, 2015
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While come guys use brake cleaner without any issue to clean their gear, I've used M-Pro 7 for years and love it.
No issues and it does what its supposed to do.

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