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Wentop 16Led Solar Panel Powered Motion Sensor Lamp Outdoor Light Garden Security Light
Wentop 16Led Solar Panel Powered Motion Sensor Lamp Outdoor Light Garden Security Light
Offered by WenTop
Price: $51.99
2 used & new from $19.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent solar powered LED lights in every way, August 29, 2015
These are the first set of solar LED lights we have owned, and I have been impressed with them for several reasons.

1. Super easy to install. Comes with a screw and mounting bracket which is preinstalled on the light. Takes a minute to install.
2. Solar powered - works every night without fail, even if the day has been cloudy. Enough to charge to last from dusk till dawn. No more need to draw wires from inside the house, and no need to worry about your electric bill from these lights.
3. Quality of light - the light is dim and mellow on its own after dusk. If the motion sensor detects motion, the light becomes bright to light up the area. This auto bright and auto dim feature works very well.

Overall a very nice quality set of lights, the price more than pays for itself from the saved electricity in a few months.


Travel Plug Adapters, HAWEEL® 10.5W/2.1A 2-USB Wall Charger with Removable International UK + EU + US + AU Travel Adapter, 5-Pieces Set suitable for iPhone 6 & 6 Plus / Samsung / LG / iPhone (White)
Travel Plug Adapters, HAWEEL® 10.5W/2.1A 2-USB Wall Charger with Removable International UK + EU + US + AU Travel Adapter, 5-Pieces Set suitable for iPhone 6 & 6 Plus / Samsung / LG / iPhone (White)
Offered by HAWEEL
Price: $12.99
2 used & new from $12.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Great 2-port charger. Note about its use for charging multiple devices, August 28, 2015
I've used several 4-port USB chargers in the past and have loved using them. The only issue with 4-port is that they can be slightly bulky to carry during travel. They fit in a side pocket of a backpack, for example, but it's a tight fit and there is a risk of dropping them. This 2-port USB charger, on the other hand, fits much better given its smaller frame. That said, it does come with a limitation.

An iPad requires 2.1A charging input, while an iPhone requires a 1A charging input. This multi-USB port delivers 2.1A max output, which means you can very comfortably charge either one iPad by itself, or 2 iPhones together. Charging speed for either of these scenarios will be great, likely the same that you would get from an original Apple charger. However, if you are charging an iPad and a iPhone together, charging speed will be slightly slower (though not significantly). I have charged both an iPad and iPhone together, charging speed has been acceptable and neither one of the devices heated up either.

I love the convenience of having a charger that mounts directly into the wall outlet. It significantly reduces unnecessary wire clutter. The charger includes 4 international travel adapters, which can simply be switched out depending on which country you're in. It takes a second to swap out the adapters. The benefit of this is that you don't need to ask the hotels for adapters when traveling.

Bottom line - the 2-port charger in itself is a great product - sleek, compact, no wires, with stable and fast charging.


Ewei's HomeWares 8pcs Premium Ceramic Knife Set - 4pcs Kitchen Knives & 4pcs Blade Sheaths in Gift Box
Ewei's HomeWares 8pcs Premium Ceramic Knife Set - 4pcs Kitchen Knives & 4pcs Blade Sheaths in Gift Box
Offered by LENOMEX MART
Price: $25.00

5.0 out of 5 stars SUPER knife set! Ceramic is the way to go, August 28, 2015
This is an incredible set of ceramic knives - great for the kitchen and also superb as a gift. It comes with 4 knives of different sizes. Each knife is a well made carbon stainless steel knife coated with a neutral color. It comes with a sheath that is the same color as the knife itself. The knife itself is razor sharp, no question it's comparable to chef's knife that are typically sold at much higher price points. Completely dishwasher safe. The only thing to be careful about is to keep it away from kids, like you would any other kitchen utensils. The blade is much sharper than it looks. We've used this to cut all types of vegetables and meats, and it works flawlessly with any surface type.


Magic Water Balloons ★ Quick Fill 100 Balloons in Under 1 Minute ★ No Tie / Self Tying Balloons ★ Multiple Balloon Filler
Magic Water Balloons ★ Quick Fill 100 Balloons in Under 1 Minute ★ No Tie / Self Tying Balloons ★ Multiple Balloon Filler
Offered by Revo Group Corp
Price: $7.95
7 used & new from $2.66

5.0 out of 5 stars Amazingly easy...no need to tie balloons individually!, August 26, 2015
It's amazing how easy it is to fill water in these balloons. Filling each balloon up one by one and tying it individually seems old school compared to these balloons.

CONTENTS - 3 bunches of balloons, 30-35 balloons in each bunch
DIRECTIONS - Fill a tub or bucket with a little water. Attach the nozzle of one bunch to your hose and turn it on (hold the balloons over the bucket/tub of water - you'll need that in the next step). The balloons fill up very quickly. Once the balloons reach the desired size, simply pull on the straws allowing the balloons to drop in the tub/bucket. The balloons fill up pretty quick, and are now ready to play with! Each bunch took maybe a minute to fill, perhaps less. If I had to fill each balloon individually and tie it one by one, a single balloon would have taken more time than that!

Once the balloons are detached, the straws can be disposed of. We filled all 3 bunches and not a single balloon broke during the process. The size was fairly consistent as well across all balloons, there may be a few smaller or bigger than the rest, but they're all mostly evenly sized.

Overall given the amazing ease of use of these balloons, these are the ones we will be buying going forward. Highly recommended set!


Wallygadgets Two Wheels Self Balance Smart Drifting Scooter Electronic Mini Unicycle Intelligent Monocycle Black WG01
Wallygadgets Two Wheels Self Balance Smart Drifting Scooter Electronic Mini Unicycle Intelligent Monocycle Black WG01
Offered by Brightdeal
Price: $315.99
118 used & new from $287.41

28 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This scooter is a lot of fun! Several tips for use...Which one to buy?!, August 25, 2015
Length:: 1:03 Mins

I bought this self-balancing scooter recently and for the most part I like this new toy! It's a neat concept - basically a segway without a handle that probably goes slower than a normal segway, but is a lot more fun to ride. Hope you find the video and the following review helpful in deciding whether this is the right toy for you:

CONTENTS - Scooter, 100-240v AC charger with US plugs, User Manual (in English, basic manual - not really required). If you plan to use this overseas, all you need is a power adapter (US plug to your local plug) - no voltage adapter required since it is already has a 100-240v charger.

BODY AND DESIGN - The scooter itself weighs approximately 29lbs, and can be carried around in one hand with reasonable ease. Children say below 12-14 may find it difficult to carry this with one hand. It has a nice solid build which feels stable and of good quality. The tires are all solid rubber, no worries about getting a flat. The scooter has 2 pressure-sensitive motors, one under each foot pad, that are connected with a single axle running horizontally across the frame. Putting pressure on the foot pads engages the motors and this is what makes you go forward. The motors are intelligent in that if you apply pressure on only one foot, it starts to rattle, telling you that it can't move forward in that manner. Pressure needs to be balanced on both motors in order to move. Both motors have a purple color light in the front which gives it a cool look. The lights fire up when you stand on the pads. If you are turning, the turning side light starts to blinks and automatically turns back to solid once the turn is complete. More on the smart motor later.

***NOTE - the body on the sides scratches pretty easy. It doesn't look bad, but I personally recommend getting a dark color. White or any light color will look dirty after your very first use.***

SETTING UP FOR USE - The device comes pre-charged at least partially, it is recommended to charge it fully before first use. It takes approximately a full hour to charge the device from zero to 100%. Power on the unit with the press of a button at the back, and you're good to go.

USING THE SCOOTER - ***I very highly recommend trying to get comfortable on the scooter indoors first (don't worry, it doesn't scratch hardwood floors, and works fine on carpet too), preferably in a corridor where your hands can reach the wall on both sides, or at least one side for balance. If not a corridor, there should at least be something like a countertop that you can grab on to in order to stop. I say this only because there is a small chance of falling on your first few tries, particularly when getting off the scooter (getting on is easy).***

Find a place clear of any obstacles on the floor. Power on the device. Place one foot on the scooter while holding on to a wall/table/object for balance. Don't press this foot too hard coz the pressure-sensitive motor will start to rattle - try to keep the foot light. Place the second foot on the second pad and you'll see that balance is not too difficult to maintain. Once you're comfortable, free your arm of any support you may be holding on to. The motor kicks in just with your weight and starts to move forward. You might find it too slow at first, but you'll get used to moving it fairly quickly.

1. Speed - If you wish to pick up speed, simply press your toes forward. In other words, you are applying light pressure on the front part of the foot pad. In the same manner, if you wish to slow down, simply press your heels down. Don't worry if this seems difficult on the first try, it becomes intuitive very quickly.

2. Turning - It's quite amazing how easy turning is. You won't have to do a thing to turn. All you have to do is "think" of the turn. You will automatically turn. This needs to be tried, hard to explain, but it works extremely well and there's never a missed turn. After you get used to it, you can pretty much spin on this scooter standing in one place without really moving forward.

3. Stopping - Pressing heels down helps you slow down and stop. Again, this becomes easy after the first few rides. However, when you're first starting out using the scooter, this is the trickiest part, at least that's what I experienced. Natural tendency is to hold your body back when you're trying to stop. However, the scooter keeps moving forward, and here is where you can be disconnected from the scooter and fall flat on your back - yep, I did :(. It is easy to fall if you don't have anything to grab on to. Once you get used to it, stopping comes easy without any support.

SPEED, BUMPS, and HILLS - The scooter can go to a max speed of up to around 13-14mph, which is pretty fast for a battery operated device. Average running speed for people is 5-6mph, so this is much faster. The scooter handles normal bumps and minor potholes very well. It is unable to go over curbs, but other than that it's great for riding on streets. The scooter also handles uphills and downhills very well. You don't need to worry about the scooter picking up too much speed on downhills (if you're a speed junkie, this may be a bummer, but it's a safe feature in my opinion). The motor controls the speed and won't go faster than the max speed. It does, however, slow down on uphills.

BATTERY LIFE - The battery installed is a 110Wh Lithium battery. I wanted to see how long a full charge would last, so I rode this with my kids without recharging it. Over the course of two weeks, we rode this for just under 5 hours before the battery completely ran out. Not bad at all given that it gives you a full charge in 1 hour.

SMART motor - The motor is terrific on this scooter, a very intelligent design in my humble opinion. As I've already mentioned, when going downhill, the motor doesn't let the scooter pick up too much speed, it keeps it in check. If you hit maximum speed (whether going downhill or just on a flat surface), the motor rattles telling you that it's reaching max speed. The motor is also designed to make turning easier. If you apply too much pressure on one foot in an attempt to turn, it will rattle telling you that the balance is off.

RIDING ON DIFFERENT SURFACES - The scooter rides great on asphalt and hardwood floors. I rode this on a carpeted surface too and it worked fine, but I wouldn't recommend it coz it could damage the carpet over time. It works "ok" on grass. If the grass blades are short, it will run very smoothly. If not, then it can be sketchy. I personally am worried about the tires catching some grass blades which could harm the device, but it didn't happen the few times I rode this on grass. It doesn't work at all on gravel, or roughly paved surfaces, plus your risk of falling on these type of surfaces can be pretty high.

TIPS FOR USE - The main thing to remember when riding this scooter is to stay relaxed. Staying relaxed helps you keep a balanced posture. Initially, you could very well be inclined to force the scooter to do something, like make a turn, or pick up speed, but forcing an action will only harm your balance and this can be frustrating. Try not to lean back - a very natural tendency when you first try it, but should be avoided. Stay relaxed.

BOTTOM LINE - Once you get over the initial learning curve (which is pretty short), this scooter is a LOT of fun! We have ridden this in our neighborhood, on the local streets, and in parks, and my sons have had a blast using it. Yes, it is an expensive toy, but it was totally worth it in my opinion.

WHICH ONE TO BUY - ok, so I did a fair amount of research on this type of scooter before buying it. It seems there are several brands in the market for this type of scooter. They are all effectively exactly the same product coming from exactly the same factory, just sold under different brand names. The price tags on these vary from $200 to $1900 (insane!), depending entirely on the price a particular brand wants to charge for this product. Only the packaging and manuals are different, and some companies may include some extras like knee pads, but the scooter itself is exactly the same. So if you are unsure of which one to buy, I would say that you can go for the one that is priced lowest and can be delivered to you the quickest. Many companies send this directly from China which can takes several weeks to arrive. So look for a domestic company to order from (of course their price may be slightly higher but worth it).

I was very confused between the various brands when I first set out researching these scooters, and I spent a fair amount of time doing my research. I hope this information saves you time and helps you decide if this is the right product for you.

If you have any questions, please feel free to comment on the review, and I will try to answer it within a reasonable time frame.
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ForTech Two Wheels Mini Smart Self Balancing Scooter,Black
ForTech Two Wheels Mini Smart Self Balancing Scooter,Black
Offered by Imake
Price: $319.00
55 used & new from $293.16

15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This scooter is a lot of fun! Several tips for use...Which one to buy?!, August 25, 2015
Length:: 1:03 Mins

I bought this self-balancing scooter recently and for the most part I like this new toy! It's a neat concept - basically a segway without a handle that probably goes slower than a normal segway, but is a lot more fun to ride. Hope you find the video and the following review helpful in deciding whether this is the right toy for you:

CONTENTS - Scooter, 100-240v AC charger with US plugs, User Manual (in English, basic manual - not really required). If you plan to use this overseas, all you need is a power adapter (US plug to your local plug) - no voltage adapter required since it is already has a 100-240v charger.

BODY AND DESIGN - The scooter itself weighs approximately 29lbs, and can be carried around in one hand with reasonable ease. Children say below 12-14 may find it difficult to carry this with one hand. It has a nice solid build which feels stable and of good quality. The tires are all solid rubber, no worries about getting a flat. The scooter has 2 pressure-sensitive motors, one under each foot pad, that are connected with a single axle running horizontally across the frame. Putting pressure on the foot pads engages the motors and this is what makes you go forward. The motors are intelligent in that if you apply pressure on only one foot, it starts to rattle, telling you that it can't move forward in that manner. Pressure needs to be balanced on both motors in order to move. Both motors have a purple color light in the front which gives it a cool look. The lights fire up when you stand on the pads. If you are turning, the turning side light starts to blinks and automatically turns back to solid once the turn is complete. More on the smart motor later.

***NOTE - the body on the sides scratches pretty easy. It doesn't look bad, but I personally recommend getting a dark color. White or any light color will look dirty after your very first use.***

SETTING UP FOR USE - The device comes pre-charged at least partially, it is recommended to charge it fully before first use. It takes approximately a full hour to charge the device from zero to 100%. Power on the unit with the press of a button at the back, and you're good to go.

USING THE SCOOTER - ***I very highly recommend trying to get comfortable on the scooter indoors first (don't worry, it doesn't scratch hardwood floors, and works fine on carpet too), preferably in a corridor where your hands can reach the wall on both sides, or at least one side for balance. If not a corridor, there should at least be something like a countertop that you can grab on to in order to stop. I say this only because there is a small chance of falling on your first few tries, particularly when getting off the scooter (getting on is easy).***

Find a place clear of any obstacles on the floor. Power on the device. Place one foot on the scooter while holding on to a wall/table/object for balance. Don't press this foot too hard coz the pressure-sensitive motor will start to rattle - try to keep the foot light. Place the second foot on the second pad and you'll see that balance is not too difficult to maintain. Once you're comfortable, free your arm of any support you may be holding on to. The motor kicks in just with your weight and starts to move forward. You might find it too slow at first, but you'll get used to moving it fairly quickly.

1. Speed - If you wish to pick up speed, simply press your toes forward. In other words, you are applying light pressure on the front part of the foot pad. In the same manner, if you wish to slow down, simply press your heels down. Don't worry if this seems difficult on the first try, it becomes intuitive very quickly.

2. Turning - It's quite amazing how easy turning is. You won't have to do a thing to turn. All you have to do is "think" of the turn. You will automatically turn. This needs to be tried, hard to explain, but it works extremely well and there's never a missed turn. After you get used to it, you can pretty much spin on this scooter standing in one place without really moving forward.

3. Stopping - Pressing heels down helps you slow down and stop. Again, this becomes easy after the first few rides. However, when you're first starting out using the scooter, this is the trickiest part, at least that's what I experienced. Natural tendency is to hold your body back when you're trying to stop. However, the scooter keeps moving forward, and here is where you can be disconnected from the scooter and fall flat on your back - yep, I did :(. It is easy to fall if you don't have anything to grab on to. Once you get used to it, stopping comes easy without any support.

SPEED, BUMPS, and HILLS - The scooter can go to a max speed of up to around 13-14mph, which is pretty fast for a battery operated device. Average running speed for people is 5-6mph, so this is much faster. The scooter handles normal bumps and minor potholes very well. It is unable to go over curbs, but other than that it's great for riding on streets. The scooter also handles uphills and downhills very well. You don't need to worry about the scooter picking up too much speed on downhills (if you're a speed junkie, this may be a bummer, but it's a safe feature in my opinion). The motor controls the speed and won't go faster than the max speed. It does, however, slow down on uphills.

BATTERY LIFE - The battery installed is a 110Wh Lithium battery. I wanted to see how long a full charge would last, so I rode this with my kids without recharging it. Over the course of two weeks, we rode this for just under 5 hours before the battery completely ran out. Not bad at all given that it gives you a full charge in 1 hour.

SMART motor - The motor is terrific on this scooter, a very intelligent design in my humble opinion. As I've already mentioned, when going downhill, the motor doesn't let the scooter pick up too much speed, it keeps it in check. If you hit maximum speed (whether going downhill or just on a flat surface), the motor rattles telling you that it's reaching max speed. The motor is also designed to make turning easier. If you apply too much pressure on one foot in an attempt to turn, it will rattle telling you that the balance is off.

RIDING ON DIFFERENT SURFACES - The scooter rides great on asphalt and hardwood floors. I rode this on a carpeted surface too and it worked fine, but I wouldn't recommend it coz it could damage the carpet over time. It works "ok" on grass. If the grass blades are short, it will run very smoothly. If not, then it can be sketchy. I personally am worried about the tires catching some grass blades which could harm the device, but it didn't happen the few times I rode this on grass. It doesn't work at all on gravel, or roughly paved surfaces, plus your risk of falling on these type of surfaces can be pretty high.

TIPS FOR USE - The main thing to remember when riding this scooter is to stay relaxed. Staying relaxed helps you keep a balanced posture. Initially, you could very well be inclined to force the scooter to do something, like make a turn, or pick up speed, but forcing an action will only harm your balance and this can be frustrating. Try not to lean back - a very natural tendency when you first try it, but should be avoided. Stay relaxed.

BOTTOM LINE - Once you get over the initial learning curve (which is pretty short), this scooter is a LOT of fun! We have ridden this in our neighborhood, on the local streets, and in parks, and my sons have had a blast using it. Yes, it is an expensive toy, but it was totally worth it in my opinion.

WHICH ONE TO BUY - ok, so I did a fair amount of research on this type of scooter before buying it. It seems there are several brands in the market for this type of scooter. They are all effectively exactly the same product coming from exactly the same factory, just sold under different brand names. The price tags on these vary from $200 to $1900 (insane!), depending entirely on the price a particular brand wants to charge for this product. Only the packaging and manuals are different, and some companies may include some extras like knee pads, but the scooter itself is exactly the same. So if you are unsure of which one to buy, I would say that you can go for the one that is priced lowest and can be delivered to you the quickest. Many companies send this directly from China which can takes several weeks to arrive. So look for a domestic company to order from (of course their price may be slightly higher but worth it).

I was very confused between the various brands when I first set out researching these scooters, and I spent a fair amount of time doing my research. I hope this information saves you time and helps you decide if this is the right product for you.

If you have any questions, please feel free to comment on the review, and I will try to answer it within a reasonable time frame.


TechTent Slim Heavy-duty Tilting Wall Mount Bracket with Security Lock For most 32-65" LED/ LCD/Plasma flat panel TV, Up to VESA 684x400 and 75kgs/165lbs. Includes a 3-Axis Magnetic Bubble Level
TechTent Slim Heavy-duty Tilting Wall Mount Bracket with Security Lock For most 32-65" LED/ LCD/Plasma flat panel TV, Up to VESA 684x400 and 75kgs/165lbs. Includes a 3-Axis Magnetic Bubble Level
Offered by TechTent Store
Price: $27.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Simple to install, excellent price!, August 25, 2015
I am not a fan of installing stuff around the house primarily coz I'm no good at it. This TV mount was a very pleasant exception. I was able to install it from start to finish in all of 40 minutes, not bad for me at all. All parts and instructions are very clear. The mount itself holds on well flat against the wall and holds our 56" TV perfectly. IT has a tilting feature as well, but I don't have a need for it. This mount is significantly lower in price compared to what local stores sell similarly designed mounts for. You can probably get 2-3 of these here for the same price that the stores charge for a single mount.


Le Touch Power Bin 24W 5V 4.8A 4-Port USB Travel Wall Charger with Interchangeable Plugs(Violet)
Le Touch Power Bin 24W 5V 4.8A 4-Port USB Travel Wall Charger with Interchangeable Plugs(Violet)
Offered by Letouch -US
Price: $15.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Great 4-port USB charger. No wire clutter. Good power output, August 24, 2015
Length:: 0:41 Mins

I've used several multi-USB port chargers in the past. Most of those have worked fine, but the one issue I had with those was that the amp output tended to be low, which meant slower charging speeds. It would be difficult to charge even 2 devices at the same time. This 4-port USB charger, on the other hand, gives much better output that equates to faster charging speed.

An iPad requires 2.1A charging input, while an iPhone requires a 1A charging input. This multi-USB port delivers 2.2A per outlet, up to a maximum of 4.8A 24W for the entire unit. So you can effectively charge several devices at the same time, and all will be getting adequate power input when being charged. I have charged two iPhones along with an iPad Air, and the charging speed has been significantly faster than other 4-port USB chargers I have had in the past. None of the devices heated up either.

I love the convenience of having a charger that mounts directly into the wall outlet. It significantly reduces unnecessary wire clutter. The charger includes 4 international travel adapters, which can simply be switched out depending on which country you're in. It takes a second to swap out the adapters. The benefit of this is that you don't need to ask the hotels for adapters when traveling.

Bottom line - the 4-port charger in itself is a great product - sleek, compact, no wires, with stable and fast charging. If you have 4 devices that require 4.8A or less in total, this is definitely the one to get. You could potentially charge devices that add up to a higher power requirement, but the charging speed will be slower in that case. However, for daily use, having the ability to charge an iPad and two iPhones (or the equivalent) is plenty.


[Apple MFi Certified] Letouch® 1.5m Apple Lightning to USB Noodle Cable Lightning Sync & Charge USB Cable for iPhone 6 plus / 6 / 5s / 5c / 5, iPad Air / mini / mini2, iPad 4th Generation, iPod 5th Generation, and iPod Nano 7th Generation (Blue)
[Apple MFi Certified] Letouch® 1.5m Apple Lightning to USB Noodle Cable Lightning Sync & Charge USB Cable for iPhone 6 plus / 6 / 5s / 5c / 5, iPad Air / mini / mini2, iPad 4th Generation, iPod 5th Generation, and iPod Nano 7th Generation (Blue)
Offered by Letouch -US
Price: $15.99

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good quality MFI cable, August 24, 2015
The lightning adapter cable works just as well as the original Apple cable. Of course, it comes at a much lower price than Apple's, even with Apple's MFI certification. The certification gives me confidence that the connectors are genuine and not of inferior quality in any way. The cable is five feet as advertised, great having a spare cable to keep in the car to charge my phone on the go.


Le Touch Matrix 4ft / 1.2m PET Braided Tangle-Free MFi Lightning to USB Cable with Aluminum Connector Heads (Silver)
Le Touch Matrix 4ft / 1.2m PET Braided Tangle-Free MFi Lightning to USB Cable with Aluminum Connector Heads (Silver)
Offered by Letouch -US
Price: $15.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Good quality MFI cable, August 24, 2015
The lightning adapter cable works just as well as the original Apple cable. Of course, it comes at a much lower price than Apple's, even with Apple's MFI certification. The certification gives me confidence that the connectors are genuine and not of inferior quality in any way. The cable is four feet as advertised, great having a spare cable to keep in the car to charge my phone on the go.


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