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Stanley Lui

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 81% (13 of 16)
Location: Waterloo, Ontario Canada

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 11,649 - Total Helpful Votes: 13 of 16
[All Smart Ports Upgrade] Anker® 2nd Gen Astro3 12&hellip by Anker
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Trusted and Reliable!, March 26 2014
The 1st generation Anker was the first portable battery/charger I ever got that worked as I expected. Believe me, I tried a lot of them. All others had less charge than they claimed, or ran down very quickly, or only performed a slow 500mA charge. I was so impressed that I kept my eye on this model, hoping it would come down in price. When it finally did, I snapped it up, because frankly, it's a great deal at $60.

Upgrades to the previous generation include the shake-to-activate feature, which can be a little finnicky, but prevented incidents of accidentally running down the battery while packed away (due to the button being held down). Also, not only are there three USB… Read more
The Guild: The Official Companion by Titan Books
I don't know about you, but I'm one of those geeks who love to know all sorts of behind-the-scenes stuff about shows and movies. I figured this book would probably have, at most, some fluff. Since we already had lots of background videos available on YouTube and the like. Well, I was way surprised at the quality and quantity of info in this book. Sure, it could have EVEN MORE, but between the tons of high quality photos and no shortage of personal anecdotes and thoughts from cast and crew... honestly, this is a way better book than I had expected. Felicia says in the book that this was years in the making. Well, it shows.
Garmin Friction Mount by Garmin
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Goodbye suction cups, Aug. 4 2013
Finally, a friction mount that doesn't still require a suction cup, which will fail repeatedly in the middle of trying to navigate a tricky downtown. Because that's always when it happens. You know what I'm talking about. This one isn't very heavy, unlike the usual bean bag style mounts, but it's sticky on the bottom and the base can deform somewhat to grab your dash, whatever weird shape it may have. And this style lets you mount the GPS much lower than most, allowing you to push it back further if you want. Easily worth what I paid for it, which on Amazon, wasn't really that must. Well worth the investment.

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