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.
Talk about super soft. I want to sink into these sheets and let them carry me to dreamland. I’ve never owned anything this luxurious. Do they wrinkle? Yes, although most of the wrinkles came out with some steaming (sorry folks, I don’t iron bed sheets). How thick are they? Well, if I look for my pillows’ logos, I can see them through the cloth, but really, no one’s going to notice when it’s all put together, not with it feeling like this.
These are the most beautiful fidget spinners ever made. They’re metal, and they have the heft to prove it. Each little arm unscrews, which I thought was neat, but if you don’t like them accidentally falling off, you can always super glue them on.
Buddy likes these Bluetooth earphones because they don’t tie him down to his phone. The magnetic buds connect so he can wear them around his neck when he’s not using them–a rare site, indeed. With controls within easy reach, he doesn’t even have to take them off for phone calls (and adjusting the music is so much easier).
I can use this power bank to charge up to two devices at once. And at 15000 mAh, I can charge them over and over and over. You know they mean 15000 when you feel the weight. Just look at that thickness. For anyone who doesn’t understand what I’m saying, a power bank with this much juice should feel heavy and have good size. If it’s small, lightweight, and thin, you’re not getting what you’re paying for.
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.