Many sonic toothbrushes come with travel cases, but none are as portable as this. Everything fits in the case, including the charger and extra brush heads; and that charger fits right onto the outlet, so no messy wires.
Like many sonic toothbrushes, this one comes with a quadrant timer, which means it notifies us via vibrations to change quadrants every 30 seconds. After two minutes, it turns off. No more guessing if you’ve spent enough time brushing.
If your gums need extra attention or you just have sensitive teeth, have no fear. In addition to the standard cleaning mode, we also get a choice of soft or massage (pulsating) modes.
That’s a lot of options for such an inexpensive brush–a lot of value for my money.
Here’s a handy little flashlight you can store just about anywhere. It even comes with a clip, in case that anywhere is a shirt pocket. You’ll need to buy one AA battery. Make sure it’s not rechargeable, because the rechargeable ones cause flickering when the flashlight heats up under the brightest setting. Brightest, because there are three brightness settings.
We get a choice of lobster claw clip or a wrist strap. I prefer wrist strap. Keeps me from losing the flashlight.
The light projected looks like a moon with a halo, which is plenty good enough for me to maneuver in the dark.
While the packaging for 24K hand and body cream didn’t impress quite as much as the 24K face cream, the hand and body cream does deliver on so many levels. There’s a richness to the scent that screams luxurious beauty–and the creaminess is mutual. It lingers on my skin, protecting and preserving and reminding me that yes, I deserve 24K.
Orogold knows how to make beauty look like a million bucks. It all starts with a box worthy of the most special of gift-giving occasions. She won’t be disappointed. Then, the clear orb–clearly a product from the distant but foreseeable future. My expectations were high, but Orogold is everything I thought it would be: creamy, smooth, not overly fragrant but pleasantly sweet. When my skin needs pampering, I reach for Orogold.
This is the smallest disco light I’ve ever seen, but big things come in little packages, especially when those packages come with a remote control. Yes, I filmed the lights that were actually coming out of this disco ball in the darkest room I could find (my walk-in closet).
There are functions on that remote that I think belong to other models, like an mp3 player. I can’t see where to insert a card on this little thing, so I don’t think it has one. What it does have is lights–all kinds of lights. Every party needs lights.
This laundry bag is much larger than I imagined. It holds lots–enough for a week’s worth of laundry from a college dorm room. What do I love about it? The compact size when folded, the zipper, the adjustable padded shoulder straps. It’s well-made and looks great. What’s not to like? Nothing.
This product was provided by Advanced Digital Image Co.
This little tripod is lightweight, yet is sturdy as they come. The legs lock solid so that I’m never worried about collapse or tipping over. Speaking of features: It has a built-in level bubble, quick release plate, foam grips, and weight hook. Everything on this tripod works so smoothly. That goes for the pan and tilt. Unlike some other tripods, this one glides in any direction, at any angle–until I lock it, of course. When I’m done, I pack it away in the rugged carry bag. The Mactrem tripod offers incredible value for its price. I highly recommend it.
Changing the blades on your Fiskars rotary paper is easy, and you don’t need to restrict yourself to Fiskars blades. I used ZERRO blades, which comes in a handy plastic container. Each set comes with scalloped blades, perforating blades, and a straight blade. Love the variety.