I can’t tell you if this scale really measures up to 400 pounds, but it does measure up to 140 pounds. Sleek, simple, easy to clean. If you want a scale that just measures weight without all the bells and whistles like bone density, body fat, and Bluetooth app, this is it.
The CoverPro generic BBQ grill cover works for my charcoal grill. It’s just a tad on the long side, but I can keep it off the ground if I snap the four bottom straps onto the legs. And there are cinches on either side to tighten up the bottom, although I admit they don’t actually cinch up very much. Also included are covered vents on top and handles. Overall, it’s a nice cover for my grill.
This LOPOO light strip is easy to install. Plug it into a USB port or use the included battery pack (4 AA batteries not included). To save energy, it won’t turn on during daylight hours, but it will turn on at night when it senses motion. You can program at the touch of a dial to turn off in as little as 30 seconds or as long as 10 minutes.
If you’re travelling to China, Australia, New Zealand, or Argentina, you might want to bring this little guy along. It comes with a travel adapter that will fit the U.S. two-prong plugs (sorry, not American three-prong plugs). It’s a nightlight, converter, and USB charging station all in one.
If you’re not traveling outside the USA, well, the vendor sent me a separate adapter. I plugged it in and the turtle turned on! I can’t seem to figure out which switch is for what mode, though. There’s supposed to be a light/sound activation and light activation or always on mode. It’s just always on for me.
The JQstar garden kneeler is much bigger and sturdier than I expected it to be. It definitely has heft, no doubt about that. I was surprised by how high it sat off the ground. It’s a little too high to do gardening, but I can use it for resting or as a stool. In kneeling mode, the bars provide a good source of support and stability. (As I age, I need more help getting off the ground.) One advantage over regular kneeling cushions is the cushion on this kneeler doesn’t ever rest directly on the ground, so no mud dirties up the seat when I flip it over.
Changing the battery on this SuCoo cooking thermometer can be tricky. It’s not as easy as pushing a button. You have to open the battery case, but the switch is hidden behind a metal panel. The battery doesn’t just pop out, either. Look here to see how it’s done.
Here’s a way to create ambience without risk of fire. Not only do we get a choice of soft or warm glow, we can add a dash of color (or colors), adjust the intensity. The USB rechargeable candle has so many options. What’s more, the weighted base makes it feel solid, not cheap.
This is a nice little portable lamp, for when you need light but have no outlet. Just looking at the box, I thought the base was a solid painted color, but it actually lights up in any color of the rainbow. The neck bends into any configuration, making this a very versatile little lamp.
This dimmable LED desk lamp excels at versatility. Not only is the arm fully adjustable, it also sports a normal, study, and relax mode, along with a sleep mode and 60 minute timer. Don’t forget to charge your phone while you’re at it.
The only thing I don’t care for is the fingerprint magnet base. Keep a cloth handy or just don’t touch it.
I cannot believe the quality of this metal detector. For less than $50, it totally rocks my world! Great sensitivity, not a lot of false positives. It looks like a toy, but a toy that acts like the real deal. No earphone jack or armrest here, but it’s very light and super compact. I highly recommend it as a child’s first metal detector or for the casual beach comber hunting treasures in the sand. You won’t be disappointed!