Good: This wallet is thin really thin which is perfect for a front pocket wallet.
Good: There is enough room for at least four cards and a center pocket for cash.
Good: The wallet has RIFD blocking tech that will help protect your credit cards from electronic thieves.
Good: If you want style this wallet has a nice leather buckle that snaps into place.
Bad: The buckle is stylish but I’m not really a fan. It doesn’t seem to serve much of a purpose and with wallets I prefer function over fashion.
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Good: The Nomad Battery Cable has a battery pack built into it. When traveling you no longer have carry both a charging cable and external battery pack now you can just carry the Nomad Battery Cable.
Good: The cable is 1.5 meters long or five feet in length making it a full half meter or foot and half longer than the standard iPhone charging cable which is only 3 feet long.
Good: The cable is made out of rugged ballistic nylon that really helps prevent tangles. It is also very strong to help prevent it from breaking and coming apart like standard plastic wrapped cables.
Good: The Nomad Battery Cable allows for pass-through charging so you can charge the battery pack of this cable and your phone at the same time. The cable also allows for syncing and fast charging so you can get your iPhone back up and running as quickly as possible.
Bad: The one bad thing that I took issue with this battery cable is that it only has a 2350 mAh battery so while you can charge the iPhone 7 Plus completely it does not have enough power to bring the iPhone 7 Plus from 0 to 100%. The iPhone 7 Plus has a 2900 mAh battery.
The Nomad Ultra Rugged Battery Cable is one of those devices I wish they would’ve had years ago. This is a great device for travelers for photographers for anybody who wants to lighten their load and not have to carry multiple cables and batteries to keep their iOS devices powered up. This cable is really a great idea.
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Good: These VR goggles have nice solid construction and feel like a premium product with nice pads around the eyes and head straps.
Good: This headset is focusable. So you can adjust the them for your particular vision.
Good: The headset works with large phones. I have an iPhone 7 Plus and Nexus 6P which have 5.5 and 5.7 inch screens and I was able to fit both of them in the device without having to take either phone out of their cases.
Bad: The connected part of headset that would allow me to control functions like the volume, proximity sensor and back button only works if you have a high end Android phone with a Micro USB connection.
Bad: The price, because these only work with high end phones that have a Micro USB connection a whole lot of smartphone users will only be able to use these as basic VR goggles and there is no need to pay this price for connectivity you can’t use.
All in all these are really fun to use and very comfortable with all of the padding. You can easily load a 3D movie on your phone and use these for several hours without any discomfort. I would like to see an iPhone compatible version or at least adaptors included for both lightening USB C connections. So if you have a high end Android phone with a Micro USB connection you will love the dlodlo Glass H1 Virtual Reality Goggles if you have an iPhone or an Android phone with a USB C or other connection you can still enjoy the experience just not fully.
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You asked for it and here it is a tutorial of how to install on your Apple TV 4 that will last forever. This is not a free service, at the time of this review it cost $9.99 a year. As long as you pay the annual subscription fee your Kodi will work. Here is a link to the website. https://www.koditvbox.ca/?r=3
Good: It is a long range antenna with up to a 50 mile range so you can get all sorts of HD over the air channels absolutely free forever.
Good: The Antenna is amplified so if you need more power to boost the signal you can plug in the amplifier and pick up that extra signal strength.
Good: The Antenna looks good and comes with a stand so it’s easy to to setup in various places around the house. I have mine setting on the banister of the fireplace and it’s not really even noticeable.
Good: Very easy to setup you just plug in the antenna and then go into the settings of your TV and scan for channels.
Bad: There is no guide with over the air broadcast. If you are used to a cable guide and being able to see what’s coming on next you won’t get that with OTA.
Bad: You can’t get premium channels like HBO and Showtime you will only get the free stuff which is the point but you may find that you want the premium content and you will have to pay for that.
Bottom line if you want to be a true cord cutter and get free TV forever then an antenna is the way to go and the MOHU Curve 50 will get you lots of free channels, many in HD. The Curve 50 at the time of this review runs $69 so for less than half the price of the average cable TV bill you can set yourself up with free HD live TV and you only have to pay that once.
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Good: This wallet is made from high quality durable leather. This leather is designed to be used and worn. The heavier the usage the better the wallet looks and feels.
Good: The wallet has four card slots, two on each side and then a middle pocket for business cards or cash.
Good: This has an integrated battery with a lightening connection so not only do you always have a battery with you for your iPhone but you also always have a charging cable.
Good: The wallet has RIFD blocking technology included. It has hidden copper foil in it that keeps your cards safe from electronic theft.
Bad: This is issue a real problem for me and that is the center pocket is not deep enough to carry cash the way I like to carry it. If you fold your cash in half like I do then your money is going to stick out of the top of the wallet so you have to double fold it in order for it to fit all the way in the center pocket. In reality this is not a huge deal but as I am in search of my perfect wallet I am very particular about certain things.
Bad: The battery has a 2300 mAh battery that will charge the iPhone 7 completely once but it doesn’t have enough juice to get the iPhone 7 Plus, which I carry, from empty to 100%. This is not such a big deal since when you are out, and about and need a charge, getting to 70-80% is usually more then enough to get you through the rest of the day and back to your wall charger.
All in all this is a really sweet wallet. It feels like it will last forever and you don’t have to worry about beating it up because it will look even better the more you use it. One thing I would like to see in a future version of this wallet is the battery pack changed from the typical round battery pack to a slim flat battery that is sewn into one of the sides of the wallet.
The Nomad Slim Leather Wallet with Integrated Battery has its shortcomings as most products do but this wallet is so stylish and useful I still highly recommend it.
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As with all action cams everyone wants to know how they stack up against the current king of the hill the GoPro Hero 5 Black Edition. So we will take a look at image quality, included accessories, basic feature set, ease of use and price.
Good: Its waterproof without the need for housing. You can just turn it on and use it.
Good: It has built-in image stabilization so you can get rid of some of that shaky cam look.
Good: The GoPro Hero 5 has the LCD screen build into the camera so you don’t have to buy an add-on accessory. It also makes it very easy to compose your shots.
Good: The LCD screen is a touch screen that allows you to quickly and easily adjust the camera’s settings.
Good: GoPro dropped the price and made the camera more affordable and accessible by bringing the price of the Black Edition to down from $499 of the GoPro Hero 4 Black Edition to $399 for the GoPro Hero 5 Black Edition.
Bad: The image stabilization doesn’t work when shooting 4K
Bad: When shooting 4K you only have the option to shot in wide and super wide. You can’t use the linear setting shooting 4K.
In conclusion if you already have a GoPro Hero 4+ Black Edition should you upgrade? maybe but if you have any older models then this upgrade is a no brainer. I am coming from GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition so the Hero 5 is a significant upgrade in both image quality and features.
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Good: They look good. They have that same matte black color that my iPhone is so they compliment each other.
Good: The are designed for running and they stay securely in place on your ears.
Good: They are loud so if you run on the street or in other loud environments you can turn the volume up loud enough to hear.
Bad: As with all earphones sound is king and these just don’t sound all that good. They get loud but the sound quality is mediocre at best. There is not a lot of bass and way too much treble.
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