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This review is from: Rosewill RLFL-14001 Cree XPG-R5 LED Search Flashlight (Zoom) Max 450 lumen
Pros: Just a great, small pocket sized flash light, with a good zoom (wide light to spot).
Small, light weight, easy to zoom, surprisingly powerful light.
I like this better than 2 others I recently bought that are larger, and cost 2x-3x as much. I plan to buy another one of these Rosewill flashlights as a spare.
Really good spot focus:
For a small lip stick sized light, this thing put out a light I could clearly see on a cliff face more than 100 yards away, which is better than I expected.
Cons: I haven't seen any problems so far.
I've been using this on a "night shoot" film set for 2 weeks now and has become my favorite flashlight for night work.
Other Thoughts: I plan to buy 2 more if this goes on sale again.
I (almost) can't believe how good this is compared to similar "tactical" ones which cost twice to 3 times a much
This review is from: Rosewill RTC-TN360 Black High Yield Toner Cartridge replace Brother TN360, TN330
Pros: I've had 3 of these now and every one has been easy to install and delivers great, flawless images. One of a handful of products that has been so good.
Other Thoughts: Easy to install with clear, exceptionally helpful instructions. Since I've seen my share of lousy instructions, it's fantastic to see installation guide this nice.
Pros: A really nice fan, and good looking.
Very quiet vs other fans that push the same amount of air - almost 70 CFM!
At full speed, it is as quiet as one of my other 3 speed 120mm fans set to "low."
Real good design.
I like that it doesn't have LED lighting .. or at least the absence is no problem.
It comes with a (really short) adapter to take it from the 4 pin fan/3 pin fan to big 4 pin molex standard old computer power, so you can hook it up anywhere.
No extra adapter need to be purchased.
Cons: Price - Unless on sale it is pricey.
I wish they made a standard, non PWM, or one with a 2 or 3 way speed switch version, if that were cheaper.
Other Thoughts: The built in fan guard is backwards to what I would expect, or at least what I wanted. That is I expect a fan to blow in, and that places the fan guard on the wrong side ....
This may be "the right side" for other people, or for blowing air "into" a case. however, but as the guard and fan itself is one single piece of plastic, you can't change that.
I used the fan as a replacement to blow air into a drive cage, and places the fan guard on the inside of the cage, it that helps explain better.
fyi - it really helped cool the drives better than the cage's stock fan, and far quieter too!
I was able to use a regular 120mm fan guard, so now both sides have some protection from stray cables.