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Sat Dec 21 00:00:00 MST 2013koster1 Rating:4.0
Same as one recommended by facebook to my young impressionable nieces at $XX bucks. got them here and for half the price. Extra goodies for the girls this year. 8-)
Mon Oct 07 00:00:00 MDT 2013stealthbuyer Rating:4.0
I like these two batteries that come with a wall charger. At first I thought I'd only charge one battery in the phone and leave the other as a spare, but soon found how fast and easy it was to open my Android and replace the battery - with OtterBox on it - this usually takes me less than 60 seconds from shutdown to restart. Be careful not to get dust/dirt under the clear part of the cover. Now I usually swap only when the one in the phone is nearly dead. Also, there's a glitch in using the original charger on the phone itself - sometimes it will fully charge the new battery and sometimes it hangs up and won't charge but halfway, and other times it will charge very little even after 8 or more hours. This seems to be a random and unpredictable thing, so use the wall charger that comes with these batteries to keep a second battery fully charged just in case.
Wed Jul 04 00:00:00 MDT 2012picturemomcpi Rating:5.0
We were driving on our vacation we are a 4 phone family plus my mom was with us. Between the phones and the video player this product gave us 8 extra ports. worked pefecrtly. would defanatly recommed and purchase more
Mon Jun 28 00:00:00 MDT 2010lokomo Rating:4.0
I keep my iPhone in the same pocket as my car keys, so a screen protector is a must. I tried to find a screen protector for the 1st Gen iPhone at the Apple Store, but could only find ones made for the 3Gs. I bought one of those for $10 and had to manually trim it down to size for my phone. Much better to buy this product which fits the 1st Gen phones perfectly. The reason for four stars is that it is a bit tricky to properly apply the screen protector. Make sure you clean your screen well before using the protector. The manufacturer says to remove the adhesive film from the screen protector before applying, but I found it better to only remove the film from one side, start pressing the protector onto the screen and remove the film a little bit as I went. I ended up with just a few tiny air bubbles on the sides, but decided to live with those, rather than try to keep repositioning the screen protector. As a result, the protector has stayed on my screen for the past four months without any problem. I suspect it could stay there for another 8 months, so this 3-pack could last three years or more. The manufacturer also says the screen protector is washable and reusable, but I have not taken the protector off to test that claim. I've had no problem using the touch screen with the protector in place. The protector's surface has a different feel than the actual iPhone screen, but you get used to that after a few weeks.
Tue Jul 23 00:00:00 MDT 2013christopher309 Rating:3.0
Recently, I underwent the task of standardizing all of the quick-release mounts and plates on all of my camera equipment. I wanted to have a plate for every body, lens, and support equipment (flash brackets and shoulder rigs for video) and I've purchased compatible tripod heads for photography and videography. I liked the Manfrotto brand RC2 mounting system, but found it far too pricey to acquire every piece I needed at one time. Calumet Photo makes their own series that is interchangeable with the Manfrotto line and is manufactured incredibly well. I picked up most of the pieces I needed from Calumet, but found that I was 2 quick release adaptors short. I was excited to find these adaptors priced below even the Calumet brand (Manfrotto - $41, Calumet - $23, Overstock - $8.) I figured that since the design and mechanism are fairly simple, there wasn't much to go wrong! Well, I was wrong. My first disappointment came when the adaptors arrived at my home. When I opened them up, I was dismayed to find that the product description of the mounting technique is ambiguous at best. ("Quick release plate adapter is secured [...] as show [sic] on the pictures." Oh really? The photos are tiny and I'm not even sure if the last picture is truly of the advertised adaptor.) Virtually every other adaptor on the market has a threaded hole (either 1/4" or 3/8") into which a standard tripod can be screwed. This product, however, has a smooth bored hole. A screw can pass THROUGH it, but it has to have it's own connection to the hardware that serves as the base. In other words, if you have a typical tripod with a 1/4" thumb screw on the head, you won't be able to attach this adaptor to the head without additional hardware and/or modification. In the end, I ended up taking the two adaptors I purchased and mounting them to my flash bracket and camera sled as those were the only 2 pieces of equipment that allow me to pass a screw through the adaptor & base and then attach a nut underneath. It took an extra trip the the hardware store and some trial & error before I managed to securely attach them to my gear. I didn't appreciate the hassle, but once mounted, I figured that my troubles were over and it would be business as usual. Again, I was wrong. While it is theoretically compatible with the Manfrotto RC2 and Calumet 7016 series of supports, the manufacturing is sloppy and the tolerances are very lax. The Overstock version works best with other Overstock plates, but that's not much of a statement. When I have an Overstock plate seated in the Overstock base, it's somewhat sturdy but there is still some play. The Calumet (and presumably Manfrotto) plates will fit into the Overstock quick release, but even when the latch is returned to its locked position, the plate has room to wiggle around in the adaptor. I've only used these at a couple weddings so far and they've already begun to chip and scrape off the outer paint. It looks like years of abuse after about a month of light use. Finally, even the springs and moving parts are not finely tooled. There is play in some of the movements and uncomfortable stiffness in other moving parts. In short, I don't believe that you need to drop big bucks to get high quality machining, but there is a reason the Calumet version is almost 3 times as expensive and the Manfrotto is more than 5 times the price... their quality is many times better than these adaptors.
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