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Tommy Hilfiger Men's Cambridge Passcase, Tan, One Size
Tommy Hilfiger Men's Cambridge Passcase, Tan, One Size
Price: $22.20
9 used & new from $21.70

22 of 28 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Be careful, this product is complete junk outside of its looks !!, September 21, 2012
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I have purchased many many items through Amazon, and have always thoroughly enjoyed products in part because i did the research and read reviews. This is a rare instance in which i found the quality to be completely worthless. 2 MONTHS following purchase there was a large hole between the double-billfold pockets. Its a shame because its a beautiful product by Hilfiger, but substance over style should be the mantra for a wallet. No abuse took place, and i kept very little in this wallet at all times.. just inexcusable on every level

I have owned several Dockers wallets including the most popular one listed on Amazon with 130 or so reviews, which i believe has the highest review rating on here for Mens wallets.. and i completely agree. Take that wallet or something else over this, it lasted forever despite water damage. Im giving Nautica a shot with its reviews. You've been warned...

Logitech Optical Gaming Mouse G400 with High-Precision 3600 DPI Optical Engine
Logitech Optical Gaming Mouse G400 with High-Precision 3600 DPI Optical Engine
Offered by Chainspell's Store
Price: $119.99
10 used & new from $48.50

5.0 out of 5 stars Several hours later, the solid reputation of the G400 quickly reveals itself, September 18, 2012
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I've held ownership of several mice from Logitech ( not exactly pleased ), and have gone the wireless route for quite a while. However, i find they are far too compact and built cheaply and offer mobility over performance. The g400 is light years better in quality control than the crappy and popular M3xx and M5xx wireless series. Mine gave out around 6-9 months in which is embarrassing. This mouse has a great feeling to it, quiet scroll, and a perfect click sound that doesnt annoy me to the end of the world like every other mouse has done. This is the successor to the popular mx518 that people seem to rave about it, so you know this is legit. Easily a top 3 mouse if not the best on the market. Many prefer this over the more expensive g500, but i have not had a shot at trying it. Maybe in the future should i found one to try out for free. Either way Logitech finally has a winner with the G series.

** If you are coming from a smaller wireless mouse, give it an hour or so and you will fall in love with it. It WILL seem strange on your hands at first, but thats only because you aren't used to a full mouse with a solid weight and feel ( still lightweight). I have small hands and dont have a problem palming or clawing it

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic scent, worth every penny.., February 8, 2008
I decided after using the same cologne for nearly 2+ years, that it was time for a change of scent. Ive had a few different brands and tried many, and Chrome by Azzaro is possibly one of my favorites ever. Armani (code), Hilfiger, Acqua Da Gio all still seem to trail this magnificent scent, all of which ive had for a very long time as well. It has a slight sweet smell, which can be heavy at first but it shapes up wonderfully. Its easily worth the purchase for either a collection add-on, or a cologne to wear every single day.

Magellan Maestro 4250 4.3-Inch Bluetooth Portable GPS Navigator
Magellan Maestro 4250 4.3-Inch Bluetooth Portable GPS Navigator
10 used & new from $15.00

75 of 75 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Product, Great Price, November 28, 2007
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I took a while in seeing which of the several products out on the market i would be most interested in. The top of the line Maestro 4250 for Magellan has several features that are something i desired, and when put to use, came out with great results. Il list off some of the more desirable and less desirable qualities of it.

- 4.3" Screen.. vibrant, decent size and well layed out.Black exterior is beautiful. Pastel colors displayed on the screen are nice IMO. The Garmins are the only others i was interested.
- Navigation. Split screen is great when coming up to near direction. Very easy to follow.
- Text To Speech. It works well, but you are limited to one women. She speaks it well. Example: Turn left on to Main street in 1.2 miles.
- POI's. Grouped well, and easy to understand, as well as many of them.
- 2D/3D possibility.
- Multi-trip planner
- Setup.. very easy and sticks well to the windshield.
- Car/Home charger comes in handy

- When cruising w/out specific route destination, i find that very little detail is shown on the map. As soon as i put in a specific place, it names every street around my location.. kinda weird. ( Still looking at this)
- Dark Mode. It can be a bit bright, but if you adjust settings you'll be okay. ( Settings help, but often split in dimness when in dual or split screen mode which is not often anyways)
- Speech Volume. Loud and clear, but any sort of music can tone it down so make sure it is on the highest level so you dont miss a direction.

-Voice Command. This is a biggie, and lot of people looking at this model know that very few or no others feature this right now. It simply works by saying "Magellan" in which it will reply with "Say a Command" then you can say or touchscreen the command. It does work, BUT you must speak with a LOUD and clear voice. Radio needs to be off to be honest or it will be dumbfounded. Its a pretty cool feature, but i wouldn't base your whole review/purchase off of it. If it was a bit more sensitive to speech, it would be an excellent feature.

EDIT December 6, 2007 -

Things to take note of.. don't worry, it still is highly suggested

The Good ..

1.) I set my HOME position as the current position when i was in my driveway to see accurate it was. it was SPOT ON and directed me onto my street and into my exact house and drieveway perfectly after a 30 minute commute earlier on.

2.) Satellites are always full signal around here which is fantastic.

3.) Route Recalculation ( this is a biggie in my opinion !! ). I purposefully missed my home street and drove on by following the main street. It took less than 5 seconds to recalculate a route to get back another way. ( i secretly knew there was one other way to get back easily). Sure enough it took me down the exact street i was hoping for and was in my driveway the next minute.

The Bad ..

1.) Power switch can be very stubborn, but hold it down hard for 5-10 seconds and it will always boot.

2.) POI's.. while there are several of them.. they are not generally arranged very well when it comes to distance. I find that i drive too far away to the closest grocery store when i know for a fact its only 5 miles down the road. It sometimes hides on the bottom of the list with a much higher distance equivalent for some reason ( which is why its at the bottom because its sorted by closest distance if you choose that anyways, but its there. )

Conclusion: For the price, this product is hard to beat in comparison to Garmin and TomTom products.

Buy the 4250, you won't be disappointed.
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