I drive a car without most of the add-ons that seem to have become standard in the auto industry. That’s not a complaint, but rather an observation, because the way I look at it, this just gives me a chance to add what I want to my car the way I want to.
And over time I’ve done just that. From complex tasks like adding an auxiliary input for my iPod, to things as simple as a suction GPS mount, I’ve been able to change my car in a way I like. That being said, when given an opportunity to test out a color monitor for my backup camera, I was very excited.
Just as a warning, before doing anything to a car you should do your research. Look up everything that needs to be done, how it needs to be done, and what you need to do it. Even then, you might be better off having somebody help you out.
Very recently I reviewed a multi-port USB charger that I was incredibly disappointed with (to say the least). It seemed to cost too much for what it did, its design was less than optimal as far as tangled wires are concerned, and the charge speed seemed somewhat slow.
I knew there were a lot of options for these types of products, so when given an opportunity to review a 7-port charger from LotFancy i was hopeful that I would find a model that met my expectations.
Luckily, this time I wasn’t let down.
First, being a thin vertical block, this charger made it a lot easier to organize wires and made everything seem less cluttered. I’m not going to lie and say the wires aren’t noticeable at all, but there’s more of a chance to do things like wrap the wires around the charger. Until I find one of these chargers that has a compartment to hide the wires entirely, I’m willing to accept that it might look somewhat tangled regardless.
Without getting too deep into detail, I’ve found myself in a few situations where a blood pressure monitor has been very useful. More than that, it has meant the difference between life and death.
I look at blood pressure monitors as the sort of thing that people never think to have, but it’s a very good thing to own just in case. It can be the difference between knowing if somebody is extremely sick, or just passing it off as them feeling weird.
So when I was given the opportunity to review a blood pressure monitor from LotFancy, I was more than happy to do so.
While I like the idea of this monitor, the inaccuracy is preventing me from giving it a good rating.