This backpack is huge! It holds way more than I expected. Great for outings for carrying blankets, jackets, and the like. It even holds my 15 inch laptop. Cinch the top to close and then fold over the flap and buckle. This makes me think “stuff bag,” except there are tons of pockets inside and out. The straps are padded and reflective, and it has a handle for carrying.
School books will fit in this bag, but they might be harder to access because the top doesn’t unzip down the sides. There’s no padded pocket for the laptop, not that I need one. Like I said, for bringing gear on a hike.
You can take this bucket with you anywhere and it hardly takes up any room for storage. I was worried the bucket couldn’t take the weight of water — or if it did, it wouldn’t hold together when I pick it up. But it does, and beautifully.
These Bluetooth headphones can also be used with an aux cable (included), if you don’t want to bother with Bluetooth. They are well-padded and very comfortable. Nice sound output, too. My son said he can hear the distance between the speaker and his ear, but really, only and audiophile would ever notice. I think it’s great and I love the fullness of the sound.
Watch here for a super easy way to make pulled pork/beef sandwiches using Ablest bear claws — bigger, sharper, stronger, and more durable than their plastic rivals (and they do so much more than just shred meat).
Here’s a rugged Bluetooth speaker you can take to the pool. That’s right. It’s waterproof, dustproof, and sandproof, although the pounding of the surf might drown this little guy out. It’s loud enough for a small gathering and portable enough to want to take it there.
This cane comes in a compact carry bag. It opens in seconds, but there are so many features to love: padded grip, adjustable flashlight, rubberized feet for traction, hand strap, and adjustable height (33.5″- 38.5″). It even stands upright on its own, so we don’t have to find a spot to hang it.
This is no wimpy cable. No, it’s nylon braided for extra durability. Its USB C tip is extruded, with no visible seam, as recommended by Benson Leung. I tested it against my Galaxy S8, and its charging ability is absolutely comparable. Not only that, it can transfer data, as well. So far, so good. I am happy with this data cable.
If you want a slim case for your Galaxy S8 for light-duty protection, you’ve found it in Z-Roya. This is a lightweight case that’s quick and easy to install. The buttons push through and the ports are fully accessible. It’s even compatible with my case-friendly, tempered glass screen protector.