K2R-803 7800mAh Cell Phone Portable Charger with Flashlight Review

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New review by me on Mobility Digest:

Link: http://mobilitydigest.com/review-of-k2r-803-7800mah-cell-phone-portable-charger-with-flashlight/

Quote: "Up for review today I have another portable battery from a company called K2R and it’s just called the K2R-803, no fancy name or nothing like that. The battery is 7800mAh in capacity and it has dual USB ports, one is 1amp and the other is 2amp so it can charge most any device out there surely. The 803 also has two white LEDs that function as a flashlight to be used in emergency situations or for when you’re camping and need to search for something in your bag in the dark or maybe even just trying to find your keys in your purse coming home at night. I charged five devices with it and the battery still had capacity left to charge something else. Read on to learn more…"

SportsTek Xplorer 10 in 1 Tactical Shovel Review

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New review by me over on Technogog…

Link: http://technogog.com/review/review-of-sportstek-xplorer-10-in-1-tactical-shovel/

Quote: " The apocalypse is coming, do you have the right tools? No I’m not some doomsayer or conspiracy nut but it’s good to be prepared for everything I think. I always tell my kids you need the right tool for the job, whether it’s removing a screw or bolt or cutting of a zombies head, you need to have the right tool for the job. One tool is good, but I prefer multi-tools, or tools that do can more than one thing or those that can cut down on your carry weight. If you’re going camping, hiking or hunting you want to be as light as possible and that’s where multi-tools come in handy. Who would want to carry an axe, a saw and a shovel when you can carry one thing that does all three, or one thing that does those three and more!?

To day for review I have the SportsTek Xplorer 10 in 1 Tactical Shovel and it’s more simple that it sounds really, it’s a multi-tool that can come in handy in many situations. The Xplorer is a shovel at its heart but it’s meant to be portable and can fold up for storage and travel for hiking and camping. The Xplorer is very well made, the handle is a hollow tube that can be used for storage while the shovel part is also an axe and a saw, but it can do so much more. Read on…"

Linkon Power Stick 3000mAh External Battery Review

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New review by me over on Technogog…

 

Link: http://technogog.com/review/review-of-linkon-power-stick-3000mah-external-battery/

Quote:
"Today for review I have the Linkon Power Stick which is a small and very portable 3000mAh external battery that can charge most any device over USB and yes that even includes tablet from my testing. The Power Stick is like any other portable battery out there but what I found most interesting about this one was the charging cable.  The Power Stick comes with a standard microUSB to USB cable for charging it and your devices but it also includes Apple and Lightning adapters which have a microUSB female connection on them so they just connect right to the included cable, no special adapters or tips required. Read on to learn more… "

OxyLED T-01 LED Touch Sensitive Light Review

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New review by me on Technogog…

 

Link: http://technogog.com/review/review-of-oxyled-t-01-led-touch-sensitive-light/

Quote:
"Touch enabled is in our tablets and phones and some computers at this point but there are many other things in our lives that can be touch enabled. Today for review I have the OxyLED T-01 which is a touch enabled LED light bar that you can place wherever you need some light and might not have an outlet or the ability or skill to run wires there. The T-01 has four LEDs in it and the center section which houses the LEDs can be tilted to direct the light where you need it most. It uses four standard AAA batteries which should provide about 100 hours of use. Read on to learn more… "

Wolverine Sightline LX Waterproof Field Hunting Boots Review

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I just posted my review of the Wolverine Sightline boots over on Technogog and to basically sum it up, if you’re looking for a new pair of boots, you don’t want these….

 

Link: http://technogog.com/review/review-of-wolverine-sightline-lx-waterproof-field-hunting-boots/

Quote: "Today for review I have the Wolverine Sightline LX waterproof boots and they feature 600 grams of 3M Thinsulate material to keep you warm and there’s a lot of other technology that went into creating these boots. We get things for review but we also review things that we buy so we can let other people know our experiences with them. I bought these boots for myself to replace a pair of Herman’s Survivors that lasted me for about eight years and I expected similar results from a pair of Wolverines as I’ve heard lots of good things about them. Sadly I had to return these boots to where I got them after less than a month as they were falling apart and I just can’t have that. Read on to learn more…"