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This is my first portable charger. I charge this one time for a few hours and can then charge my phone several times without the inconvenience of being tethered to a wall. I absolutely love this item. It is so convenient for airport trips and long flights. I received a sample of this product from the manufacturer to give a detailed review of the user experience and how to improve the product. But I have been purchasing them as gifts for family members because it is so convenient.
I'm 5'6" and 130lbs. and a large was a perfect fit for riding. Not too tight,not too loose. Breathes well. Washed cold, hung to dry.
I bought this thing and attempted to install it on my PC. After several attempts installing and reinstalling I realized I was going to get only the same result. The program crashes every time I try to open it. That is really not entirely bad if I can get some kind of support to straighten things out but it turns out that "support" is entirely non-existent. I have spent the last two days trying to contact customer support to no avail. It quite simply does not exist. Every time I send a message I get a reply that I will get a response by email but I get nothing. I am left here with an 80 dollar application that does not work and can get no help whatsoever to remedy the situation. I have searched through all of their "knowlege" pages and tried every conceivable fix listed with no result. This has to be the most frustrating piece of crap I have ever tried to deal with in terms of software. My every attempt to get support gets more in terms of advertizing for all sorts of games than anything else. In fact, just one such ad would be an infinitely greater response than anything that could be termed as support.
The 2014 version of the classic messenger bag is, on the whole, a good improvement from prior years. The most substantial changes are the reduction of the number of pockets under the outer flap, the switch to Cordura (and other thin fabrics depending on the style you choose) and the movement of the signature outer fastening clips to under the outer flap. The result is a bag that is more "handsome" than before and seems to be catering to a broader audience.
I am writing this review after six-months of use. The reason for the missing star is due to the sheath having a knife-locking system made from a softer, metal that corrodes in saltwater. I love the knife and feel the knife alone is worth the price. It has everything I could want in a kayak-knife: Square semi-sharp tip, serrated edge, and most important, a recessed line-cutter on the back of the blade that will accept larger diameter cordages. The blade is nicely designed and has adequate heft that feels good in the hand, for a less-expensive, yet not cheaply made knife. While I have never drawn the knife for the use it was intended for, I have needed it for cutting cord and light prying. Now on to the sheath...finger-clasps that release the knife are made of some mild-metal and corrode badly in saltwater, even though I rinse everything I use in fresh water within an hour of getting home. I'm guessing I will need to discontinue using the sheath after a year because the corrosion will be advance enough to effect the integrity of the sheath. Had the option been available, I would have paid more for this knife with stainless steel hardware.