This is a decent quality single-cell "AA" flashlight. The single LED and its reflector is nowhere near as bright as a much more expensive AA flashlight that I have, but you can't complain too much for $2.99. The body has a nice curvy shape, but no clip or strap, making it a bit trickier to use. The construction is aluminum and the on/off switch is a push button at the back. The main advantage of this flashlight is that it only takes one battery.
This little flashlight is astonishingly bright for its size, thanks to the 9 LEDs and the 3 "AAA" cells. Construction is (thin walled) aluminum and the batteries go into a holder that slides in. Casts a much wider beam than your typical single "AA" flashlights. Push button on/off from the back. Handy wrist strap.
Overall, a very good flashlight for the money. I would buy it again.
This product is an obvious and blatant copy of the Microsoft Arc Mouse--right down to its attempt to copy the Microsoft packaging style. I have the real Arc Mouse and really like it. Normally I would ignore a copy like this, but the price was so low ($5) that I was curious to see what kind of product I would get for roughly 1/9 the cost of the real thing.
This mouse is a decent copy of the real thing--at first glance it could be mistaken for the Microsoft product. When you hold it, it feels a bit lighter than the Microsoft Arc Mouse and the plastic quality is not as good on close examination. My biggest beef is that the scroll wheel is a bit too stiff and too slippery to use effectively. You always end up clicking it when you mean to scroll.
I was expecting a laser level that shines a straight laser line against the wall, so that I can line up pictures. What this this seems to do is shine an aligning beam against the *far wall*, which is useful if you're trying to see if that far wall is perfectly perpendicular. There isn't much of a laser line visible along the wall, so it can really be used for my expected purpose.
Good quality, compact reflector that you can bring with you anywhere. Being able to reflect some light onto your subject will improve outdoor portraits. This could also make a good bounce screen for indoor use with flash.
I was skeptical at first--this thing looks just like the Apple adapter costing $35 in the store. I thought I would gamble $3 and it has worked great. No problems after several months of use. The only minor issue is that the "tongue" in the plug (the one that makes sure you've plugged the cable in the right way) is not very solid--I've accidentally plugged the cable in the wrong way a few times, so watch out.
This is a well designed, "cool" looking stand. It's made of aluminum, with two different angles. The only drawback is that it's not quite tall enough to put an iPad (or any 10" tablet) vertically. It'll sit, but it's not very stable and will tip once you start touching the tablet. Works great in portrait orientation however. Also works perfectly for all 7" tablets. Folds completely flat for travel, and comes with a slip pouch.
I've used this a few times and it looks like it's charging my iPod's battery, although the charging is very slow. Note that it must get full sunlight for the charging to work--the LED glows brightly. There is a small (low capacity) rechargeable battery built into the unit, but it doesn't even provide enough power for a single iPod charge if there is no sunlight. I guess this thing really is for "emergency use"--but again, it's only good if the emergency includes lots of sunlight.
If you need a real portable charger for your iPod/iPhone, look at units specifically designed to hold a charge so that you can recharge your iPod.
I was getting tired of the fingerprints on my iPad, so I ordered this double stylus kit from FocalPrice. I'm happy to say that the stylus works well and the aluminum construction feels nice and looks much more expensive than it is. And the price--$3.66 for both is amazing! I just saw similar styluses in a local flyer, for $14.99 Cdn for *each* stylus! So the FocalPrice product is almost 1/10 of what you might pay at full retail!
The larger stylus is shaped like a pen, with a pocket clip. The smaller one has a tip that inserts into the headphone jack of an iPod, iPhone, or other tablet--that's a nice touch to help keep it from getting lost.