This charger is so versatile. It can charge every type of rechargeable battery I own and some that I don’t, like LiFePO4 and 9V batteries. We don’t even have to charge in pairs. When it’s done, the light indicator shuts off. Totally cool.
The only down side is like many battery chargers, it will not charge an NiMH battery that is too drained. My other battery charger is just like that. I have to throw those nearly dead batteries into a third USB charger I own to give them a little boost. The USB charger is too weak to complete the job, so it’s back to Tenergy I go for a full charge.
I took this travel adapter with me from the USA to London and used it to charge all my small electronic devices and two laptops. I plugged in up to three devices at once (2 USB + 1 outlet). What a lifesaver that was. I can verify that it works with USA and UK outlets, but it also has configurations to fit outlets from many other parts of the world. Everything is self-contained so I don’t have to worry about losing any pieces. It’s a truly ingenious device.
Here are some earphones that not only work as a headset, it also can be used as a wireless shutter for your phone’s camera. Add to that the magnetic buds that keep them wired around your neck when not in use, and you’ve got a pretty good multifunctional device. A small carry case with carabiner, cleaning cloth, and extra earbuds are included.
My son’s Nintendo Switch fits perfectly in this Jellas case. It’s well-padded, and the stiff outer shell provides added protection. Not only does it have room for his game cards, it holds his bulky wall charger, as well. I’m also happy with the dual zipper, a feature I’ve come to appreciate in every purse/bag/case I own.
This 10000 mAh power bank features two USB ports, a flashlight, and a phone stand. It even comes with a short micro USB cable. The only drawback for me is the stand is very narrow. I have to take my phone out of its case to place it on the stand. Not a big deal for me, because I don’t often need a phone stand. If you do, make sure your phone and phone case are slim.
These earphones are comfortable to wear and have good sound. The controls are within easy reach and they fold for storage. The only potential con is the broken English when pairing with Bluetooth. Other than that, it works great.
These headphones sure have plenty of sound. I can hear them even without wearing them on my head. You can hear them in the video, as loud as can be recorded by my camcorder. The only problem I had was with the aux cable, which had too much static, but Bluetooth, radio, and micro SD card worked fine.
This adapter was made for those traveling to the USA. The plug is a type A, two-prong plug, while the socket on the back is made for several different plugs, one of which is type I (found in China, Argentina, New Zealand, and Australia). My turtle nightlight has a type I plug. I tried it and it works!
This radio may be small, but it has amazing sound quality. Frankly, that surprised me, because it has no visible antenna. Nice that the battery powered radio can be recharged with a mini USB cable (included).
* small size
* crystal clear sound
* battery operated (battery included)
* AM/FM scanning to preset channels
* mp3 player (micro SD card slot and flash drive)
* digital display
* headphone jack
* AUX port to turn this into a speaker