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5 5

I have had this wallet since January 20 2014 (9 months) and I noticed the "fake leather?" around the Drivers License ID area that flips open is falling apart/disintegrating. I expect better quality from Dakine. I absolutely love this wallet except for that small misfortune. I'll have to contact Dakine before the year warranty expires and get a replacement.

Yes, I'm still giving it 5 stars because I love the leather, lots of slots for all my cards that make my wallet so thick, and the flip open DL ID card flap.

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5 5

I am not a fan of iPhone cases mainly because they make the phone thicker and aren't always easy to work with, but I always put my iPhone in a Lifeproof case when I head into the desert to do some Slot Canyons or explore some abandoned mines. It has come in very handy because I can take pictures without having to worry about my phone getting destroyed from sand or water. I have even had to use the phone's light a few times while hiking out of a slot canyon in the dark because my friends forgot to bring their headlamps or visa versa.

Pros:
Protects from Water, Sand, drops, etc...
doesn't add to much thickness to the phone.
Doesn't need a special adapter to change your phone.
Comes in tons of awesome colors.
You can still use the Touch ID.
Lifeproof will warranty your phone if the case fails IF you purchase the case directly from Lifeproof only and pay the $10 or so to get the warranty protection.

Cons:
You HAVE to use a long dongle that screws into the case to use the 3.5mm headphone jack. Big Fail on Lifeproof's engineering team!
Sound is slightly muffled.
Adds some bulk to your phone.
The case is expensive.
Lifeproof does not warranty your phone if the case fails (this happened to my friend).
The plastic can degrade the sharpness of your picture.

Overall this is a very good case and I will continue to buy them whenever I upgrade my phone.

The Fre is good for the occasional case use like I use and full enclosure and protection.

The Nuud case is good if you are going to constantly use the case and never take your phone out.

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5 5

I am not a fan of iPhone cases mainly because they make the phone thicker and aren't always easy to work with, but I always put my iPhone in a Lifeproof case when I head into the desert to do some Slot Canyons or explore some abandoned mines. It has come in very handy because I can take pictures without having to worry about my phone getting destroyed from sand or water. I have even had to use the phone's light a few times while hiking out of a slot canyon in the dark because my friends forgot to bring their headlamps or visa versa.

Pros:
Protects from Water, Sand, drops, etc...
doesn't add to much thickness to the phone.
Doesn't need a special adapter to change your phone.
Comes in tons of awesome colors.
You can still use the Touch ID.
Lifeproof will warranty your phone if the case fails IF you purchase the case directly from Lifeproof only and pay the $10 or so to get the warranty protection.

Cons:
You HAVE to use a long dongle that screws into the case to use the 3.5mm headphone jack. Big Fail on Lifeproof's engineering team!
Sound is slightly muffled.
Adds some bulk to your phone.
The case is expensive.
Lifeproof does not warranty your phone if the case fails (this happened to my friend).
The plastic can degrade the sharpness of your picture.

Overall this is a very good case and I will continue to buy them whenever I upgrade my phone.

The Fre is good for the occasional case use like I use and full enclosure and protection.

The Nuud case is good if you are going to constantly use the case and never take your phone out.

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5 5

I am not a fan of iPhone cases mainly because they make the phone thicker and aren't always easy to work with, but I always put my iPhone in a Lifeproof case when I head into the desert to do some Slot Canyons or explore some abandoned mines. It has come in very handy because I can take pictures without having to worry about my phone getting destroyed from sand or water. I have even had to use the phone's light a few times while hiking out of a slot canyon in the dark because my friends forgot to bring their headlamps or visa versa.

Pros:
Protects from Water, Sand, drops, etc...
doesn't add to much thickness to the phone.
Doesn't need a special adapter to change your phone.
Comes in tons of awesome colors.
You can still use the Touch ID.
Lifeproof will warranty your phone if the case fails IF you purchase the case directly from Lifeproof only and pay the $10 or so to get the warranty protection.

Cons:
You HAVE to use a long dongle that screws into the case to use the 3.5mm headphone jack. Big Fail on Lifeproof's engineering team!
Sound is slightly muffled.
Adds some bulk to your phone.
The case is expensive.
Lifeproof does not warranty your phone if the case fails (this happened to my friend).
The plastic can degrade the sharpness of your picture.

Overall this is a very good case and I will continue to buy them whenever I upgrade my phone.

The Fre is good for the occasional case use like I use and full enclosure and protection.

The Nuud case is good if you are going to constantly use the case and never take your phone out.

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I always have my iPhone in a Lifeproof case when doing slot canyons in Southern Utah. My headlamp was not waterproof so I ended up having to use my iPhone light in the Lifeproof case to light my way in the Grim Section of Choprock Canyon in Escalante, UT. See the Lifeproof case in action at 5:50 if you don't want to watch the whole video.

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I always have my iPhone in a Lifeproof case when doing slot canyons in Southern Utah. My headlamp was not waterproof so I ended up having to use my iPhone light in the Lifeproof case to light my way in the Grim Section of Choprock Canyon in Escalante, UT. See the Lifeproof case in action at 5:50 if you don't want to watch the whole video.

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I always have my iPhone in a Lifeproof case when doing slot canyons in Southern Utah. My headlamp was not waterproof so I ended up having to use my iPhone light in the Lifeproof case to light my way in the Grim Section of Choprock Canyon in Escalante, UT. See the Lifeproof case in action at 5:50 if you don't want to watch the whole video.

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5 5

I am not a fan of iPhone cases mainly because they make the phone thicker and aren't always easy to work with, but I always put my iPhone in a Lifeproof case when I head into the desert to do some Slot Canyons or explore some abandoned mines. It has come in very handy because I can take pictures without having to worry about my phone getting destroyed from sand or water. I have even had to use the phone's light a few times while hiking out of a slot canyon in the dark because my friends forgot to bring their headlamps or visa versa.

Pros:
Protects from Water, Sand, drops, etc...
doesn't add to much thickness to the phone.
Doesn't need a special adapter to change your phone.
Comes in tons of awesome colors.
You can still use the Touch ID.
Lifeproof will warranty your phone if the case fails IF you purchase the case directly from Lifeproof only and pay the $10 or so to get the warranty protection.

Cons:
You HAVE to use a long dongle that screws into the case to use the 3.5mm headphone jack. Big Fail on Lifeproof's engineering team!
Sound is slightly muffled.
Adds some bulk to your phone.
The case is expensive.
Lifeproof does not warranty your phone if the case fails (this happened to my friend).
The plastic can degrade the sharpness of your picture.

Overall this is a very good case and I will continue to buy them whenever I upgrade my phone.

The Fre is good for the occasional case use like I use and full enclosure and protection.

The Nuud case is good if you are going to constantly use the case and never take your phone out.

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I always have my iPhone in a Lifeproof case when doing slot canyons in Southern Utah. My headlamp was not waterproof so I ended up having to use my iPhone light in the Lifeproof case to light my way in the Grim Section of Choprock Canyon in Escalante, UT. See the Lifeproof case in action at 5:50 if you don't want to watch the whole video.

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5 5

I own a few of these hoses for multiple reasons. I can leave the hoses in different backpacks and just move the bladder from pack to pack. I also like it because it helps prevent the water in the hose from heating up or freezing while water is in the hose (I always blow the water back into the bladder no matter what the conditions are). The bite valve cover is more secure than the blue one that can be added onto an exiting hose, and it helps keep your mouthpiece free from dirt and other random debris. I highly recommend getting 1-3 of these for your bladder.

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5 5

I have always been a Camelbak bladder fan and this model is a great upgrade from the previous model! The detachable hose makes feeding the hose through your backpack a breeze or leaving the hose in the backpack while you fill up the bladder or stick the bladder in the freezer (I have never had any problems from freezing my bladder or the bladder molding). The new cap is an easy quarter turn to lock in place and is easy to loosen when needed as opposed to the older model where you had to pass it around a group of buff guys just to loosen it up when you need to refile the bladder.

I would highly recommend this bladder to anybody and everybody over any other brand of bladder for it's ease of use, durability, and I've never had any of my bladders mold or mildew in the 7+ years I've been using Camelbak bladders.

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4 5

I bought my first pair of POW gloves back in 2011 after researching and testing many different glove brands and fabrics. My hands run cold due to poor circulation and I've never been able to find a pair of gloves that kept my fingers warm until the POW Stealth glove! The leather really kept the wind out and helped keep the heat in. The Hypora lining was thin and effective. I 100% loved them! I accidentally dropped one glove off the lift and I couldn't find it. I had to replace it with the newer Gore-Tex model. The Gore-Tex model didn't seem as soft and supple as the Hypora model and didn't keep my hands as warm so I continued to wear the older Hypora glove on one hand with the Gore-tex Glove on the other. Over the years of heavy use the Hypora glove started to wear a hole in the stitching of the finger. The wife was able to sew it up and repair it, but was time to start looking for a new pair of Gloves. I bought the Stealth TT GTX and was super exited for it, but was immediately disappointment with the thumb dexterity once I put it on. I couldn't open my hand as wide as usual due to the construction of the thumb fabric extending over onto the palm. What was POW thinking? I ended up returning them and will be trying out the POW Women's Gem glove this year since I didn't like the color option for the POW Tanto.

I'm giving this 3 stars because of the lack of thumb dexterity and it using Gore-Tex instead of Hypora lining. Lower star rating is also because I've been spoiled with the awesomeness of the older models of Stealth glove. My rating might have been a 5 star had this been my first experience with this glove.

Overall it's an awesome glove that I would recommend to all the cold fingers out there. The glove will fill a little stiff and fat at first, but it will break in and be awesome!

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4 5

I use this speaker at work and it seams to have really good BT range! I can walk away from it while music is playing and won't hear any BT skipping. When I come back into range it sounds like it never disconnected at all! The sound is good enough for what I need it for and the 10 hour battery life is perfect!.

Cons:
It doesn't have an 3.5mm jack for auxiliary input. Big Fail!
The splashproof cover over the micro USB charging port is difficult to open even if you have a little bit of finger nails. I found using a key or even the end of the micro USB to pry it open works will, but it should be easier to open with your fingers.

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