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C2G Model 16899 6ft USB to DB25 IEEE-1284 Parallel Printer Adapter Cable
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1 out of 5 eggs Doesn't connect to Parallel Printer 12/15/2015

This review is from: C2G Model 16899 6ft USB to DB25 IEEE-1284 Parallel Printer Adapter Cable

Pros: It has a solid plastic one piece cover rather than the cheap two piece design that seems to be looking for an excuse to separate.

Cons: Look more closely at the photos than I did, this female plug doesn't connect to a parallel printer. For that you may want the slightly more expensive C2G 22429 6ft USB Serial DB25 Adapter Cable. I rated my tech knowledge lower than it is because I failed to study the photo.

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FujiLabs S1 300 Lumen LED Metal Gear Focusing Flashlight with Bicycle Bracket
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5 out of 5 eggs FujiLabs S1 300 Lumen bicycle light 08/23/2013

This review is from: FujiLabs S1 300 Lumen LED Metal Gear Focusing Flashlight with Bicycle Bracket

Pros: Good light. Can be focused wide or narrow. Took it for a test ride against rechargeable brand name 250 lumen light, and the FujiLabs wins both in brightness and focusability which my other lights lack. Lightweight and easy to have with you in case you're out after nightfall.

Cons: Mechanism for attaching the light to the bike is not as hearty as I'd like, and definitely inferior to the bombproof (but > $100rechargeable light). Looking into the lights (from a drivers point of view), the bluer light of the rechargeable is more noticeable.

Other Thoughts: Great light for the price. I recommend it to anyone doing occasional evening ridesl. For commuters, spend more money and get a rechargeable light with even more lumens and with a bombproof attachments for both your helmet and handlebars. However, this is a great "backup" light, and a great light for occasional evening rides on roads or trails.

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Steven L.'s Profile

Display Name: Steven L.

Date Joined: 01/18/11

  • Reviews: 2
  • Helpfulness: 1
  • First Review: 08/23/13
  • Last Review: 12/15/15
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