Innogear Solar Lights

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These are pretty awesome lights.  They were simple to install, and run completely on solar power.  In dim mode, they last all night long, while still providing a reasonable amount of light.  They go into bright mode when the motion sensor picks up movement, making them great security lights also.

 

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Volmate 60W 8-Port Family-Size Desktop Charger

 

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This charger packs a lot of punch into a small package.  It is quite small in stature, which is nice, but it has managed to charge six devices at once for me, with no noticeable loss of charging speed.  There is a blue light that lights up when you plug a device in to charge, but it only shows up with higher drain devices.  A cheap pair of Bluetooth headphones does not cause it to come on, though they do charge while plugged in anyway.  The eight port design provides plenty of space for USB plugins, but only requires on wall plug in.  The long power cord allows this to be tucked out of the way easily, and as long as there are enough USB cables, everyone should be able to charge their device at once.  12 amps is not enough to charge eight high drain devices at once, but I was able to charge two iPhones, one Kindle, one Android tablet, and two Bluetooth headphones easily.  I would recommend this charger to anyone over a single USB charger.

 

Pros:
8 ports.

Blue light to show which port is active.

Small, lightweight design.

 

Cons:
Only 12 amp, won’t charge eight high drain devices (like tablets) at once.

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Aquarium Depot Adult Coloring Book

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I can’t say I love this coloring book, but I can’t say that I hate it either.  It is different from the other adult coloring books I have tried.  It does not have the intricate designs that many do.  I guess I would say it looks more realistic.  Honestly it looks like a picture turned black and white.  It serves my purpose of relieving stress, and does not require as much focus as other adult coloring books.  I have to say it is probably more appropriate for the casual coloring book user, or maybe even kids who want a more simple coloring experience.  The biggest downside is that most of the pages only take a few minutes to color, so there is very little longevity to get from it.

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Awesome Lightning Cable

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This review is for Reach Cables Charging Cord for iPhone 6, iPhone 5, iPad Air, Mini and iPod – 10 Feet.

 

On my first use of this cable, the battery charge speed was dreadful.  As someone who does not give up easily, I tried a different USB adapter, and the charging speed increased dramatically.  If you experience a similar issue, it could be due to your wall adapter.

This lightning cable is awesome thanks to the length.  Now I can lay in bed at night, and still use my phone comfortably if it has to charge.  The braided design is nice, but is more rigid than I would have imagined.  The connectors are sturdy, and do not bend when inserted into my iPhone.  The phone seems to charge at the same speed as the original Apple lightning cable, and the data transfer works the same as well.  Over all, I would recommend this 10 foot lightning cable to anyone who needs to replace the Apple cable, or who just wants more freedom of movement while their phone is charging.

 

Pros:
Length.

Ends are very sturdy.

Same charging and data transfer as original Apple cable.

 

Cons:
Braided cable is quite rigid.

 

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