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Some of the coolest stuff I bought over the holdiays

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Some of the coolest stuff I bought over the holdiays

Post by DJM76 on Sun Jan 07, 2018 7:25 pm

AROUND THE HOUSE ITEMS

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These amazing little beauties made it easy for Christmas, all you do is plug it in, connect to your wifi and use the Jinvoo app on your phone or tablet to control the switches,. I put all the Christmas lights on a surge protector, hooked it to this thing and set a timer for it to come on at 7pm and shut off at 5am everyday, DAMN these would have been awesome in the 80s.

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I have no clue how this thing works, but it does and does well. Fill the tank with some water, add some drops of oil and KABOOM, in a few minutes your room smells AWESOME, little while later, most of my house smelled like Christmas pine.

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This container seals to protect your pets food, it has wheels also woot

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Attach to something outside, such as a wall or fence or a cow, ok no don't attach it to a cow, but use straps not screws.... anyways these things are bright and light up a massive area outside, not to mention you get 4 in the pack.

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I have been using this for a few months, i got it on sale for $30 i think and it is pretty and has a ton of light options that my $90 keyboard doesn't have... sigh

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Tons of sellers for these things and well worth the $12 i spent on them. I had purchased these to light up my porch outside, i will have to post pics. I routed a groove in the rails of my porch for this wire to run through and its fricking awesome.

ITEMS FOR MY PS4

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This splits your HDMI into 2, it also makes it so you can leave on HDCP and record with devices such as the Elgato HD

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I tried 3 other hubs that sucked ass and didn't work with the ps4, untill i found this one, the 5v power adapter is separate, but i had one laying in a box from some old device i must not have any more, woot.

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Since they updated it to where you can now install games to an external HDD, this thing works great for internal or external, hell you could buy 2 and have one in the ps4 and one on the shelf. You can also transfer games installed internally, to the external HDD, may take awhile depending on the size of the game, i think a 60gb game took 15 minutes, i forget.


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Post by DJM76 on Sun Jan 07, 2018 7:25 pm

Let me know of anything cool you got below
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