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    I have one from Ikea, can't remember the name of it right now but it was <$60 I believe
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    Haha, nice! Can be a little tricky to sync up. Found best success using companion app and syncing the sterzo before the wahoo

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    Wife's snoring has gotten ridiculous. These are surprisingly comfy, and drown out at least some of the noise.

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    Picked up a grill box for my camp chef grill
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtsniffer View Post
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    Picked up a grill box for my camp chef grill
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    I had the grill box. HATED it. Small, uneven cooking, didn't hold heat and was a major PITA to clean. Basically if you are cooking more than hotdogs id skip it and get a real BBQ.

    Plus now i run a full size skillet which I LOVE.

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    I am here for this camp chef discussion. awesome.
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    fuck, not excited to hear that, cause the portable propane grill from Costco is $150, so not much more than this, but having to deal with two propane connections and more space is a pain.. Hoping this would work for the occasional thing I want to grill.

    double griddle is awesome. I have a 3 burner though so can fit it all.

    Looking forward to camping.
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    Double griddle with 3 burner stove is my program too. Almost wish I got the triple griddle.
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    Since the cold moved in and the gym's are closed, bought a treadmill.
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    I've used it everyday this week! Not just for hanging clothes either!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tik-Tok View Post
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    Wife's snoring has gotten ridiculous. These are surprisingly comfy, and drown out at least some of the noise.

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    @tiktok where's this from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakalaka View Post
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    @tiktok where's this from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by msommers View Post
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    Can you report back your impressions? I'm still not quite convinced of how good it is at replicating the pencil to paper experience, but as someone who needs to write everything down to really remember it, this would be a Godsend to stay organized digitally.
    So far: this thing is totally badass.

    I've been using it to mark up pdfs from my architect. Watching people as I use it to do stuff like that is funny. It's a new thing that people ahve never seen before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D'z Nutz View Post
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    A friend was looking into getting one of those and asked me to do a bit of research for her and based on the reviews I've read, it sounds like the only benefit of it is that it just feels like paper

    - if you write fast on it, you'll notice there's a bit of a lag from when you write with the pen and when the ink catches up. If you don't write fast, you might not notice as much.

    - one review I read says the writing to text translation wasn't always accurate so you might have to go back and edit what the text says after and the translation can take a while. One review said the writing to text translation took 8 minutes per page for him.

    - battery life is about 2 weeks on a single charge so that's pretty good.

    - if you're reading ebooks on it, there's a definite delay when you're changing pages and it only supports PDFs and epub ebook format

    - It's kind of expensive for what little it does. One guy pointed out you could buy a regular tablet for the same price and tablets are faster and you can still use it for movies and internet. It just doesn't feel like paper.

    That said, reviews say it's a big step up from the remarkable 1, so maybe future versions will be a lot better
    -I notice a bit of lag, but don't find it bothersome. Some might, but I doubt it.
    - Text translation is slow. I would not say it is a feature you should count on using constantly on the fly.
    - Cost: Relative to what? I dont look at tools in terms of how much they cost. I look at tools in terms of how much functionality they bring. Even minor increases in productivity with a tool like this makes the capital cost irrelevant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster View Post
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    So far: this thing is totally badass.

    I've been using it to mark up pdfs from my architect. Watching people as I use it to do stuff like that is funny. It's a new thing that people ahve never seen before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D'z Nutz View Post
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    A friend was looking into getting one of those and asked me to do a bit of research for her and based on the reviews I've read, it sounds like the only benefit of it is that it just feels like paper

    - if you write fast on it, you'll notice there's a bit of a lag from when you write with the pen and when the ink catches up. If you don't write fast, you might not notice as much.

    - one review I read says the writing to text translation wasn't always accurate so you might have to go back and edit what the text says after and the translation can take a while. One review said the writing to text translation took 8 minutes per page for him.

    - battery life is about 2 weeks on a single charge so that's pretty good.

    - if you're reading ebooks on it, there's a definite delay when you're changing pages and it only supports PDFs and epub ebook format

    - It's kind of expensive for what little it does. One guy pointed out you could buy a regular tablet for the same price and tablets are faster and you can still use it for movies and internet. It just doesn't feel like paper.

    That said, reviews say it's a big step up from the remarkable 1, so maybe future versions will be a lot better
    Eat up Martha.

    I could really use this thing. Not sure it can parse my chicken scratches.

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    Picked up about 55k worth of ASIC miners. Got one hell of a deal, and I guess the dude had some buyers drop out. Paid in crypto on arrival, great service!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShermanEF9 View Post
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    Picked up about 55k worth of ASIC miners. Got one hell of a deal, and I guess the dude had some buyers drop out. Paid in crypto on arrival, great service!
    I should not laugh at this. I'll stop soon.
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    2022 Ski Doo Summit X Expert Turbo. Braaap.


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    https://traxxas.com/products/landing/maxx/

    for rippin around the cul de sac some covid fun with my son and his rc.

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