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This review is from: Nike Show X2 EV0620 Men’s Sports Sunglasses with Interchangeable Lenses
Pros: Beautiful sunglasses. Extremely clear lenses. Frame flexible and strong.
Delivered in just two days - Thank you!
Cons: Th included case was a far cry from the quality of the sunglasses themselves. Case fit glasses beautifully, but it literally fell apart in my hands after just a few days. Whole case held together by two metal clips which just popped out of place.
Had to buy a new case to hold the glasses which are quite large and not easy to accommodate .
Otherwise 5 stars.
Other Thoughts: interchangeable Lenses are a bit hard to change. Remove easy, but go back in with some difficultyREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: KitchenAid KHM7211QOB 7-Speed Hand Mixer Onyx Black
Pros: Purchased on special for $39.99. Absolutely Love it.
Cons: noneREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: D-Link Wireless AC750 Dual Band Cloud Router, 2x 5dBi Antennas (DIR-816L)
Pros: Had this router for 5 months. Good wireless range, no dropped connections.
I have two gamer sons who tend to push a router and expose weaknesses. This one has stood up quite well - at least while gaming on Ethernet connections.
No issues streaming HD video over wireless.
I upgraded firmware to version 2.03B03 which I got from DLink's web site. Seems soild with this firmware.
Has Guest access which allows a guest to access the internet over your network, but not access any other network resource such as a printer, or file server.
Has QOS to prioritize certain types of access like VoIP.
Cons: Manual configuration of this router's firmware can be a pain. When considering looking at and considering what is a myriad of options on some of the pages, the router can suddenly timeout and log you off. When this happens, your unsaved changes are lost and you have to start all over again.
The timeout is a good feature for security, but is a bit too quick.
No option to allow the router to reboot itself according to a schedule.
Permanently attached antennas that cannot be replaced.
No option to lock wireless users out of configuration pages.
You can assign a static ip-addresses to a device by MAC address, but those static addresses must be selected from within the configured DHCP range. We have MANY devices and I tend to use various ip ranges to help identify devices who are logged into the network.
I would like a QOS feature that would allow me limit certain users overall bandwidth so that someone cannot grab it all while downloading a torrent, playing a game or whatever. Basically, to limit bandwidth by ip address, not service by type.
Router's physical weight is VERY light. I keep the router centrally located in my home, placed high on a shelf. I run several ethernet cables and the power cord from the router, behind the shelf and down towards the floor. The weight of those cable is enough to pull this lightweight router off a table or shelf.
Other Thoughts: To be fair, most "home" router have the similar faults.
I tend to prefer routers with DD-WRT or Tomato firmware, but this is not an option for this router, at least at this time.
I also tend to stay away from routers with Atheros chip sets because I had some bad experiences in the past. But this router was very inexpensive, and I was in need of an inexpensive router at the time. But I have been pleasantly surprised by the performance.
I would buy again.
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