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Panasonic 1200-Watts Microwave NN-SD681S, 1.2 Cubic Feet, Stainless Steel
Panasonic 1200-Watts Microwave NN-SD681S, 1.2 Cubic Feet, Stainless Steel
Price: $179.99
10 used & new from $101.79

14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very nice so far, October 29, 2011
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This is a pretty good looking microwave and a model that doesn't seem to be listed very many places.

The sensor reheat function seems to work remarkably well for reheating leftovers. Just put the food in and hit the sensor reheat and start. No time settings needed, as it detects when the food is hot, beeps 5 times and shuts off when the food's ready. Like the "spin the dial" to the cook time and hit start. You can press the dial and it recesses flush with the panel.

It's quiet,the display is blue, bright and very readable from all angles. The door feels more solid and tight fitting than our last one.

The only downside so far is that brushed stainless shows finger smudges.

Only had it a week, so can't say whether it's reliable or not.
Comment Comments (2) | Permalink | Most recent comment: Nov 11, 2011 3:49 PM PST


HP v165 16 GB USB Flash Drive P-FD16GHP165-AZ
HP v165 16 GB USB Flash Drive P-FD16GHP165-AZ

52 of 57 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very nice little drive, August 10, 2011
I've used the 4GB model for over a year and the 16GB version for several months with no problems.

I will say that many "problems" people have with data just "disappearing" or getting corrupted are actual not problems with the drive itself, but how you have your computer set up to work with them. On Windows, if you don't have the drive configured using the "Quick Removal" policy, you MUST properly eject/disconnect the device before physically unplugging it, otherwise, you are not guaranteed that all the data you "wrote" to the device has actually been transferred to the device. Browsing the device, it may "look" like it's all there, but parts may still be in the computer's Disk I/O cache waiting to be written. If you use Thumb Drives to transfer/store data, be absolutely sure you set the properties on that device properly, or always use the "Eject/Safely Remove" option on the device before physically unplugging it. The first thing I do when plugging a USB drive in is check the Device Properties in the Explorer and make sure the Policy is set for Quick Removal, not the best performance policy.

I'd love to have all the devices people throw away claiming that their files got corrupted or vanished when using it... Only a fraction of them are actually faulty. :)
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Multi-Use Vehicle Charger with Dual USB Ports and Dual 12 Volt Sockets - Magnadyne
Multi-Use Vehicle Charger with Dual USB Ports and Dual 12 Volt Sockets - Magnadyne
Offered by CE Supply
Price: $29.95

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great charger, better if wired in however, June 27, 2011
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The unit works as expected. We use a Griffin low profile dual usb adapter in one of the 2 12v outlets to give us 4 usb ports. The only trouble we had with the unit was that the 12v plug on our unit wouldn't stay plugged into any 12v outlet we tried unless held in place. Tried 3 on the boat and in both our cars. Not an issue since we'll be hardwiring it into a fuse panel anyway.

Nice that it is a 20A unit! The cord is quite rugged and a decent length so that splicing wouldn't usually be required.


Case Logic UNZB-2 Compact Camera Case (Red)
Case Logic UNZB-2 Compact Camera Case (Red)

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Smaller than advertised, March 9, 2011
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I read previous reviews about it being smaller than advertised, and since the device I was fitting in it was a good 3/4" smaller in Length & Width and the camera was roughly 3/4 to 7/8" thick, I figured it would fit fine. Well, it is a VERY tight fit. and makes me wonder if the zipper will hold up.

So, the dimensions listed are at least 1/4" per side generous when measuring the outside dimensions, and that's with it pressed flat. The usable inside dimensions are probably an inch less each direction. Put anything inside and those outside dimensions are now reduced alot more.

It'll fit an 5th gen IPOD nicely, any larger and the neoprene is stretching to fit.. :) Nice case however.


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