Fitbit’s new Ionic smart watch holds hundreds of songs and it’s a great on-the-go fitness accessory. The best way to listen to music on the watch is with a pair of wireless headphones, which Fitbit also now carries. Fitbit Flyer is a pair of compact, attractive wireless headphones where the two earbuds are connected by a slim wire. Continue reading “Fitbit Flyer sport headphones review”
Google is hoping to rule the world with its new suite of hardware devices. Recently there was the Pixel and then the Pixel 2 just last month. There’s also Google Home, Wi-Fi and now Google is into the laptop and tablet game with the Google Pixelbook. Continue reading “Google Pixelbook laptop first look”
Will I embrace the new Fitbit Ionic?
Admittedly, It’s been a while since I spent time with a Fitbit. I used to wear one religiously for years, and used it to track my steps, aiming daily for the recommended 10,000.
I stopped wearing it when my fitness and diet routines changed drastically and I no longer had a need to be as conscious of my step count. I stopped wearing the Fitbit because if I wasn’t tracking my movement it was unnecessary. My experience is not likely unique, and perhaps that’s why Fitbit is making their devices ever more functional – moving beyond mere step counters. The new Fitbit Ionic has smart features and a new look that makes it great for both athletic types and people who want to stay connected. Continue reading “Fitbit Ionic smart watch review”
This season we’re looking at a variety of dash cameras as part of our series. There are dual-camera kits, as well as cameras with Wi-Fi connectivity, and cameras that come in all shapes and sizes. This time we’re looking at the Cobra Drive HD dashcameras. Continue reading “Cobra Drive HD dash cameras review – CDR 855BT & CDR 895D”
I’ve been searching for a set of hot rollers for a while now. So I was excited when T3 Micro sent me a set of their Volumizing Hot Rollers Luxe to test out. Continue reading “T3 Micro Volumizing Hot Rollers Luxe Review”
There are plenty of choices when it comes to dash cameras. Big cameras, small ones, front facing and rear. We’ve got an article on the blog about all the dash camera options and how to choose (read that here) but today we’re reviewing the Thinkware X350. Continue reading “Thinkware X350 dash camera review”
When your electronic device is described as ‘waterproof’ what does that mean, exactly? Can you drop it in the pool, or does that mean some wine splashed on it won’t do damage? With electronic devices like smartphones, speakers and headphones, guessing at the waterproofedness or water resistance is a recipe for disaster. That’s why manufacturers created a rating system that can tell you exactly how much water your device can handle. It’s called an IP rating. Continue reading “How to understand IP Ratings explained”
Headphones are a dime a dozen these days… you can get headphones from $20 to $600. Choosing headphones is personal, and everyone has a preference, whether it’s on-ear, over ear, in ear, noise cancelling or not… and of course sound quality comes into play big time.
I had a chance to test out my first pair of Beats by Dre headphones, these are the Beats Solo3 Wireless. Beats are slick looking, popular, and expensive… so are they worth the hype? Let’s find out. Continue reading “Beats by Dre Solo3 Wireless Headphones Review”