New review by me…
“Up for review today we’re back outdoors with a new sleeping bag called the Almond from a company called Egoz. This is a mummy style sleeping bag which means it tapers towards the bottom and doesn’t open all the way like a traditional bag would. This bag is rated for 40F and you should be fine at that temperature in this bag, nice and toasty warm. Read on to learn more… ”
Vacuum bags they’re great for all kinds of stuff, we have a lot of them, my wife loves to use them for our blankets primarily to stow them away after winter so they’re nice and clean and dust free and ready to use. Up for review today I’ve got a set a three from Townpeak and they seem well worth it overall. Read on to learn more..
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New review by me on DragonSteelMods…
Quote: "Tablets are great, I have a few of them myself and I very much enjoy them and I really enjoy taking them with me as entertainment, but that’s just me. Many people use their tablets for work, but if you use your tablet for work or play you need a case for it when you take it with you. Tablets can be expensive, and accidents happen, and having a case of bag for your tablet is more than just protection, it will let you take things with you like your work or accessories for that tablet. Targus is well known for making cases and bags and an assortment of other accessories and for review today I have a case or bag from Targus that’s actually called the Clamshell Laptop Case XS. These days laptop cases do double duty, they’re being sold as not only laptop cases but with the rise in popularity of tablets, they’re also sold as something to protect and transport your tablet. This is a good thing I think as it gives us more options when choosing a case or bag for our tablets. The type of bag you’ll choose is of course up to you and your personal needs, today I have one such option for you to take a look at. This bag from Targus is fairly inexpensive, and it’s got plenty or room inside with padding and plenty of pockets for your accessories. So read on…"
New review by me on Mobility Digest…
Quote: "Bags, bags and more bags, cases, cases and more cases. Guess what I have for review today? Yep, it’s a bag or a case, it’s sort of both. It’s called a bag, but it looks more like what I think of as a case. Meh, whatever, the product is specifically called the Elecom 10.1” Tablet / Netbook Carry Bag and I like it. This bag has a separate section just for your tablet or netbook and then smaller sections for accessories like a mouse and power adapter. It’s not a bad case overall, it’s made of a water repellent material, but it could be a bit more padded. So read on…."
And another review….
"We are a mobile society, we take quite a bit with us and that includes laptops which aren’t exactly heavy duty and durable. Let’s face it, accidents happen, so I figure why not be prepared and at least protect your electronics with a decent bag or case? Today for review I have the Pakuma Choroka K2 laptop messenger bag that will fit laptops up to 15.4” in size. This laptop isn’t inexpensive, but it’s not overly expensive either, it sells for about $50 and I think it’s well worth it. The K2 bag features the Pakuma Cocoon system to protect your laptop, which uses memory foam to keep your laptop from getting damaged. The bag also has plenty of room for everything you need for the day, and there’s an abundance or pockets to help keep things organized and separated. So read on to learn more… "
Hey look, it’s another review by me!!
Quote: "Way back in November I reviewed the Rivacase Tablet bag and I liked it a lot, but I’ve recently gotten another tablet bag for review and I like it better and it’s from Rivacase as well! Today for review I have the Rivacase 8112 which is also a tablet bag for tablets up to 10.2” in size. This bag is much nicer than the one I reviewed previously, but the other one still is nice, I just like the functionality of this new one much better. The 8112 not only features a nice roomy and padded section for your tablet, but it has front and back pockets along with a few smaller pockets as well for things like pencils or whatever. The other bag was nice but this one has become my new favorite for sure. Read to to check it out.."
Another review by me….
Quote: "Today I’ve got a quick review for you of a camera bag from Hama called the Microfiber Compact Camera Cleaner Bag. Yes that’s a rather long name but it describes it perfectly as the bag itself actually incorporates a microfiber cleaning cloth into the bag to keep the screen clean. The bag is just a very basic product, but it works as advertised and helps to protect and clean your camera or whatever else you may want to put into it. "