Review – Eton Mini Compact Radio

The Eton Mini Compact Radio is one of my favorite things to bring along on a bike ride, especially if it’s going to be longer than a few hours. It’s powered by a pair of AAA batteries, is lightweight, compact, and loud enough to hear even on a windy day. In the past several months it’s been put through quite a lot, including a few major spills, but it’s working just as good as the day I got it.

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Review – Knog Oi Bike Bell

The Knog Oi is one of the most unique bike bell designs I’ve ever seen. While the market is flooded with options to make your bike go ding, the reality is that they are pretty much all based around the same design. While tried and true, the basic bike bell is not exactly the sleekest accessory for your bike. This is where the Knog Oi is different from the rest – the sleek design makes for a stealth installation, and it has all the same functionality as the classic bike bell.

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Review – LED String Lights

LED String Lights seem to be all the rage these days and I can see why! Cheap, bright, and flexible, these lights are a lot of fun to play with. They come in a variety of configurations with regards to length, power, and control. For this review, I’ll be taking a look at a 20 foot configuration powered by 3 AA batteries with a simple on and off switch, produced by Magicnight.

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Review – Simple Workout Log

Simple Workout Log is a great little Android application used to keep track of your workout history. Features like the ability to enter your own exercises, create multiple workout routines, set exercise timers, and to organise it all with categories make this a useful and easy to use application. I’ve been using Simple Workout Log for a couple years on both a Sony Xperia Z3 Compact as well as a Samsung Galaxy S7.

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