New day, new review…
Quote: "Hello and I’m back with a quick review for you of a tool kit from Tmart, it’s a cellphone repair kit but it’s officially named the Repair Opening Tools Kit Set for iPhone 2G/3G/3GS. Just because that’s what it’s called doesn’t mean that’s all it can be used for. I like collecting little tool kits like this, I find they come in handy often when working with electronics. As far as I’m concerned you can never have enough little tools floating around as I always seem to be needing another one. This little kit it meant for opening cellphones, but it can be used for tablets and such as well. The idea is that they are made of plastic and shouldn’t damage your devices while you’re opening them up to fix them or change the battery or whatever reason. This little kit contains eight pieces and it only costs $2.72 with free shipping, and for that it’s worth it I think."
New review by me..
Quote: "Ever hear of Tmart? I didn’t until recently when they asked me to review some of their products and they sent me over an 8gb USB flash drive. This drive isn’t any known brand, in fact it’s called the 8G Classic USB Flash Drive White with Grey, which is exactly what it is a white and gray colored 8gb USB flash drive, that name says it all really. The price for this drive is $8.03 and that’s with free shipping so that’s all you pay, is it worth it? Sure I guess, it’s not the fastest drive out there, but it’s not he slowest either. So read on for a quick review of it… "
New review by me over on Mobility Digest:
Quote: "I think microSD cards are the most popular type of storage out there for mobile related products and their prices are coming down lower and lower. I don’t know about you, but I’m always on the lookout for deals and I never seem to have enough storage for my portable devices. Recently a company I never head of, Tmart, approached me asking to review some of their products and one of them they offered was a very inexpensive 16gb microSD card so that’s what I have for review today. The card is a no-name brand but it’s a class 6 card, and I was very curious to see how an off-branded and very inexpensive card might compare to name brand ones so I said sure I’ll review it. So read on for a quick review… "
So I’m back with another review, it’s been a while since I’ve actually reviewed anything here, sure I’ve posted links to my reviews on other sites, but now I have another review and I wasn’t sure of what title to use for it. The actual product name is a mouthful surely: Windproof Dragon Pattern Refillable Butane Cigarette Lighter Golden, so shortening that was something that needed done I think, so I’m just calling it the golden dragon butane lighter. I got it from a company called Tmart for only $3.99 with free shipping so I wasn’t expecting much, but it’s actually much better quality than you would think for such a low price.
Yes I’m a smoker, it’s the only real habit I’ve got, well except caffeine I guess, but I don’t drink or do drugs or any of that, and yes I’ve tried to quit. I tried the patch, a couple different brands, and they gave me an uncomfortable rash wherever I put them, so that didn’t quite work out for me.
So anyway, I’m accustomed to Zippos, I like my Zippo lighter, they last long and they work well, but I also like to try different ones, especially those jet flame or torch types, and that’s the type of flame in the dragon lighter. The flame on this lighter though starts out blue but then changes to green which I think is rather kinda cool, oh and the lighter actually has LEDs in that light up too! Anyway, read on to check out this lighter if you’re interested..
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