Garmin 010-12094-00 Virb Remote: Camera & Photo,Wr_U77C_B_lus

Garmin 010-12094-00 Virb Remote: Camera & Photo 11 of 11 people found the following review helpfulSmall and Unobtrusive, And Battery Lasts a Very Long Time By Mike Downey on June 12, 2014Package Type: Standard Packaging The Garmin VIRB Remote only allows you to start and stop video, and take pictures, but if you need more than this, you should be using the iPhone or Android apps which are available in their respective app stores. It’s a very simple device, but it’s well designed, as you’ll see here if you read on.Having been used to the GoPro remote which needed to be charged every day through a special cable connected via USB and even then died two hours later, I was surprised to see how small the Virb Remote is, and that the battery in it is not rechargeable.Normally I’d want a rechargeable, but the fact that this device runs for up to a year on one cheap and easily replaceable CR2023 is impressive. I’ve used three of these Remotes for a month now and they are a bit finicky to set up and keep working, but if you do it right, they are very reliable.Normally to sync the Remote to the camera all you need to do is turn “Remote” on in the settings on the camera, and press and hold both red buttons on the Remote until the led flashes red/green, and if that process is successful, they are connected.I have had a number of instances where they just would not connect and sometimes turning off Remote in the camera and shutting the camera down, then restarting and turning on the Remote setting allows the two devices to sync, but other times I’ve had to do a “Factory Reset” on the camera to make it work. The Reset is the ultimate solution to any weird behaviour on this camera. After a reset, it only takes a few minutes to get the camera ready to go again, and most often the Remote is easily connected.The LED in the middle of the Remote tells a story: If trying to connect to the camera, the LED flashes red for about 30 seconds if the process is not successful.Read more › (window.AmazonUIPageJS ? AmazonUIPageJS : P).load.js(‘http://z-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/AUIClients/ReviewsLightbox-f7cca4f3cbb4813a75feaa203b934580e93504bc.min._V2_.js’); P.when(“jQuery”).execute(function(jQuery) { P.when(“reviewsLightbox-js”).execute(function() { var reviewImageGallery = new ReviewGa

3M(TM) Positionable Mounting Adhesive 568, 24 Inches x 50 F 11 of 11 people found the following review helpfulGreat Stuff – Here are a few tips… By Sharon on November 26, 2012 I bought this adhesive in the 16″ x 50′ roll for mounting large photos and posters to foam board for framing. Basically it’s like a giant roll of double-sided tape, except the stickiness seems more like a super-heavy-duty post-it-note adhesive. The one thing you need to watch out for is the sticky little rolly-balls of adhesive that form in the process of cutting this stuff (it gets on your scissor edges, blades etc). It’s easy for these sticky balls of rubbery glue to stick to your fingers and other surfaces and get transferred to your art. You can remove them, but they’re tenacious so it’s best to use avoidance techniques like wiping your cutting utensils with rubbing alcohol and checking your work space for these glue-balls if you’re doing multiple projects. That said it’s not a big deal, just keep an eye out for them. So far this adhesive has worked great for my projects and is so much easier and less messy than spray adhesive. Spray adhesive can end up all over the place and you find yourself wondering how many years you’re taking off your life breathing in tiny particles of chemical adhesive.The basic directions are: Roll out the adhesive paper–it’s sticky on the inner side of the roll. Place your artwork onto the sticky surface and cut exactly around the edge of your art using scissors or a blade and straightedge–this is the point where you need to watch for the pesky sticky balls. Turn your artwork face down and use the provided burnishing tool (looks like the end of a plastic spatula) rubbing it back and forth across the adhesive backing paper to get the sticky material on the paper to transfer to your print. Slowly lift the backing paper up, peeling it away from your artwork.Read more › Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback… Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again 4 of 4 people found the following review helpfulCan be difficult to work with unless you use this trick! By Phillip D. Breske on February 14, 2013 Verified Purchase I bought the 3M Positionable Mounting

Dual-Channel LCD Display Charger for Sony NP-F Series Camcor 5 of 5 people found the following review helpfulDon’t let the price fool you: It works great By Spec on November 13, 2013 Verified Purchase I was very skeptical at how good this item was going to be–given the price I paid. It has more than delivered the goods and I would have gladly paid more than twice the price. I can say that this charger has done a great job of charging two batteries simultaneously and completely. Pretty simple operation: Attach batteries to the charger / Red light = charging / Blue light = fully charged. Also, no problem charging one battery at a time. Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback… Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again 2 of 2 people found the following review helpfulNot bad By Stephan B. on December 2, 2013 Verified Purchase Works well the NP-F550 batteries take about 3 hours to charge but lights tell you when the batteries ate charged and when they are charging Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback… Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again 1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulNo clue if this works or not. By T. Antos on May 11, 2014 Verified Purchase I was hoping this device would do what it says but I can’t even tell. I plug in the batteries and sometimes the lights come on and sometimes they don’t, then again sometimes the lights just flicker. Not sure if that’s how its supposed to be since there were no instructions with it. So now Im basically stuck with a worthless plastic brick. I don’t even want to plug in my batteries into it anymore since after trying to charge two batteries overnight one of them actually seems to be completely discharged instead of charged. Not to mention the lights don’t work I don’t know if they’re charging or when they’re done. Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No