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Sentry BT250 Bluetooth Headphones Review

I love music.

I listen when I’m on the road, editing videos, working out, or listening to podcasts at work. With that said, there’s many headphones for many people, and they all serve different purposes. These headphones serve a specific purpose for me: to use when I’m exercising and don’t want to lug around a smartphone. These are the set I’ve been sticking in my gym bag, and charge once or twice a week.

I workout for about 45 mins 2-3 times a week (trying to lose some girth!) and thats about as long as these headphones go in between charges.

These Sentry Bluetooth Headphones are cheap (under $20 USD), don’t take up too much space, and are easy (intuitive) to operate.

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Green House Attempt

Hope everyone’s having a terrific start to their summer. In the video below we take you along as we visit one of our favorite Connecticut sites, Autumn Harvest Orchard, located in Norfolk, Connecticut.

We came up to help the farm set up a Green House (installing a liner). We had a great time, chatted up, met some awesome folks (check out Tony’s Pure Fitness channel here) and obviously tried to get the liner up. Unfortunately, strong winds made the top feel like a Kite and flung us around pretty good. We decided to pack up the liner and try again on a less breezy/windy day.  Continue reading “Green House Attempt”

‘Proof’ Eli Manning was in on Giants memorabilia scheme

http://nypost.com/2017/04/13/heres-proof-eli-manning-was-in-on-giants-memorabilia-scheme/

Word around town is my close, personal [imaginary] friend, Eli Manning, was involved in a scheme to fraud others by passing off sports memorabilia as in-game worn. The “smoking gun” is an old aol email from Eli and a Giants equipment manager Joe Skiba that reportedly states:

2 helmets that can pass as game used. That is it. Eli

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Pelican Protector iPhone Case Review

Pelican Protector iPhone 6/6s/7 review.

If you’re like me, you want to protect your investment/tech tools. As soon as I purchase a new smartphone the next big investment is a protective case.

I picked up the Pelican Protector series for my work phone because of it’s “Military IMG_5007Grade MIL-810G” Standard. Not sure what that means, but it’s supposed to be pretty tough.

Some of the features include Military Grade Drop Protection, a Rugged/Drop (phone landing on its corner/edge) tolerance, and includes a 2-Layer Structural Design.

All that marketing stuff aside, the phone is pretty badass. Continue reading “Pelican Protector iPhone Case Review”

New Life For Your Old Tech (iPad)

Listen, the holiday shopping season just finished. Sure, you’ll be shopping again in a few months, but as of right now, you’ve given or received a bunch of new toys, some for work, som for play. If you have an old tablet, smartphone or MP3 player, here’s a few tips for breathing new life into your electronics.

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