Friday, October 31, 2008
MDs Rechargeable Compatibility chart/guide for popular flashlights!
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
1) Polyethylene terephalate (PET)
2) High density polyethylene (HDPE)
3) Unplasticised polyvinyl chloride (UPVC) or Plasticised polyvinyl chloride (PPVC)
4) Low density polyethylene LDPE
5) Polypropylene (PP)
6) Polystyrene (PS) or Expandable polystyrene (EPS)
7) Other, including nylon and acrylic
What you aren't told is that many of the plastics used are toxic and
the chemicals used to create a plastic can leach out of the plastic
and into the food / drink.
Monday, October 6, 2008
this link is to poison you...hehehe....
New infor http://www.combatreform.com/atb.htm
Sunday, October 5, 2008
and also check out the comparison of normal bike light... http://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/showthread.php?t=1451273&page=6
1. Fenix L0D uses 1xAAA battery. And it has the diameter of AA battery but a little longer. Has 5 outputs type: 25 Lumens (3.5hrs) -> 9 Lumens (8.5hrs) -> 75 Lumens (1hrs) -> Strobe -> SOS.
This light is insanely bright for its size, it beat Maglite hands down, even the 3D batteries Maglit not its rival, of course except beating up peoples head.
2. Ultrafire C2 uses 2xCR123 batterry also has 5 Mode Clicky Switch: Mid > Low > High > Fast Strobe > Slow Strobe
This one was bought from DealExtreme, do not have details infor about the lumen output but it is definitely brighter than L0D in every setting, but its not an fair comparison as this using 2 CR123 batt.
see the comparison pics below...
Thursday, October 2, 2008
Was monitoring the weather there last few days before departure, and was quite a worry that Typhoon Jangmi would strike HK, but fortunately for me that its divert its path to Taiwan (pity those residents there).
Took the 8.30 flight to HK and reach there ard 12noon, took their airport express train to Kowloon MTR and board their free shuttle bus to Hotel Prudential. This hotel is located along Nathan Road, the hotel room is well organised with all the necessaries in place, clean, tidy and big enuff for 2 or 3 adults. Their double seem to be larger than the king size in my house???
Very satified with their mattress, very comfortable, soft but supportive. Highly recommended...
Rest and head to Nathan street for window shopping, the street to my opinion is not as clean as this tiny city here but they their sales promoters are definitely better if not good, they tend to give their opinion or suggestion on what fit you...which are most welcome.
First day finish with visiting the Symphony of Lights at TST Avenue of Stars.
2nd day was at HK Disneyland the whole day, nothing much to say about this except one of their attraction which scare my kid till cry I almost cry too, it was Space Mountain...heck its too scary for kid.
The 3rd day was going to Lantau Island to see the Giant Buddha. The scence from the cable was magnificent. Then we head to city and going to the Peak to see HK night view from The Peak.
Last day was spending by shopping ard Ladies market and Sport wear stree. Bought a Nike Air Zoom LX 3+ AP Trainer for myself and my dad got himself a Timberland DL24 Trainer Low. Two of them cost only HK$618, a very good price.... nike cost HK339 (SGD63) and Timberland cost HK279 (SGD51).
HK island skyline from Avenue of Star
Ngong Ping 360 Cable car
The Giant Buddha of Lantau Island
HK skyline from The Peak Stinky tofu...no that stinky afterall...delicious
Bustling Mongkok Ladies Street, it was their National Day, 1st Oct.
Handicaped street performer
Hong Kong style construction structure, they use bamboo stick rather than steel bar.
My new Nike since many years back...this Air Zoom LX Trainer 3+ AP cost HKD339 (SGD62).
Value for money!!!