Tuesday, May 4, 2021

At Home Dog Grooming Made Simple



With a recent surge in dog adoptions, many of us are left wondering how to care for our new furry family members. I think that a lot of pet care is somewhat straightforward, but when it comes to puppy grooming not only can things get a little confusing, they can get very expensive. Enter the Okbii Upgraded Pet Hair Dryer with Slicker Brush. When I brought home my new puppy, Colette, I looked up grooming prices at our local pet mart and the cheapest service costs $60! This $35 gadget pays for itself the first time it's used!

The Okbii features 3 dry speeds and can well able care for thicker hair. It's dual dry and de-shed makes grooming a breeze. With ergonomic design, you don't have to worry about awkward and painful positions.






Features:

  • One Button Hair Removal
  • Dry and Groom At The Same Time
  • Able To Handle Thicker Dog Hair
  • 3 Temperatures and Speeds For Customizable Grooming
  • Ergonomic Design For Comfort
  • Portable
  • Very Cost Effective


The Okbii Upgraded Pet Hair Dryer with Slicker Brush and Fur Remover 2 IN1 pet Grooming is available on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08SQFX5K2?ref=myi_title_dp

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday, October 24, 2020

Folding Brass Knuckles 440C Stainless Steel from Cakra EDC Gadgets Review

 


I think that I have to begin this post by stating that I do not advocate for violence -- ever. With that having been said, the fact is that there are times when we may find ourselves in need of self-defense. I also need to state that I am not a self-defense expert in any way, shape or form. I'm just a woman who has had to defend herself from attacks.

 

Let's begin with a little history of brass knuckles. Sometimes, known as "knucks" or "knuckle dusters" they are said to have originated from the ancient Roman Caestus. A similar is  the tekko from Okinawa, Japan. The first weapon being made of brass and the later made from wood. In history, brass knuckles are weapons that were used in hand-to-hand fights.

 




As for the Folding Brass Knuckles 440C Stainless Steel Cakra EDC Gadgets, they are comfortable with some weight to them -- without being cumbersome -- weighing in at a mere 110 grams. The 440C is made of full 304 stainless steel, which is rust resistant and durable. Theses babies are hand polished leaving the surface smooth. The Folding Brass Knuckles 440C Stainless Steel from Cakra EDC Gadgets is currently on sale and available at https://www.edcweapon.com/collections/brass-knuckles/products/folding-brass-knuckles.

 

 

Thursday, March 5, 2020

Gilko Slim Minimalist RFID Blocking Wallet Review






Credit card numbers are sacred. We would never give them out to strangers because credit card fraud and stolen identities are rampant problems. But what if someone could steal your credit card information just by standing next to you?

It’s possible if you carry a credit card with an embedded RFID chip. RFID credit cards let you make payments by touching the card to a scanner rather than swiping across or inserting into a terminal. They’re designed for convenience. Now imagine if someone walked up to you and “scanned” the wallet in your back pocket, or purse, without you realizing. This can be done and criminals could copy the RFID data and create a clone of your credit card -- unless your card is protected by an RFID-blocking card or wallet! 

People have been concerned about RFID chips for a while, and not just with credit cards. All US passports issued after 2006 have RFID chips that track your photo and information. Metro cards have RFID chips for quick swiping, and dogs are implanted with RFID chips for tracking. RFID chips work by using radio waves to communicate. The object, such as a credit card, contains an RFID tag with information, and an RFID reader uses radio waves to read the information off that tag.

The key is that RFID chips have tiny electromagnetic fields, which is what makes it possible to read one without having to “initiate” communications. The RFID reader just needs to be close enough to get within the field. That’s why a criminal could scan a card through your pocket or purse. And yes, people in the real world have been scanned like this.

Fortunately, radio waves are relatively easy to interrupt and block, and that’s how a RFID-blocking wallet works. The wallet simply disrupts the RFID signal. If a wallet or purse is properly protected, it will block all electromagnetic fields and prevent communication between your cards and RFID scanners. For me the solution is simple. An RFID blocking wallet like the one above made by Gilko.


Features:
  • Size: Slots 4.3x3.15 Inches 0.12 Inches Thick
  • Vegan Leather
  • Large Card Capacity - 8 pockets/slots
  • RFID Blocking Technology
  • 100% SATISFACTION AND A 1-YEAR GUARANTEE 


Anyway, I hope that you learned a little about RFID blocking and why you need to integrate this into your life. The Gilko Slim Minimalist RFID Blocking Wallet  is extremely affordable, made from vegan leather, and super attractive! Available For Under $10 at Amazon.





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