I think the Drop community might like this smart wallet with a tracker card, so you won't lose it.
Changed so it does not have the Powerbank. It's much slimmer and cheaper.
Comes in styles for both women and men.
Need to figure out how to change the title of the poll.
These are good quality Japanese chopsticks. The Chinese-style sells well on Drop. I thought the Japanese version might sell well too. I, for one, would like them eventually.
The reason I want the Ebony chopsticks with stainless steel accents is because of the above. These are my chopsticks I got from my sister from her visit to Tokyo! My sister is not cheap, so it's not bottom-of-the-barrel chopsticks. But you can see they are bamboo, I think, and they have discolored. It's like they have vitiligo. Also, the end tips have darkened. I, like most Asians, use both sides of the...
I am buying this keyboard but need Cherry red linear switches, how would i do this? which model of cherry red should i get to ensure that rgb works correctly and is visible through the switch. Is it something to do with SMD? Appreciate if someone can hellp to advise.
The Frame on my AKRacing ProX Gaming (2017) Chairs snapped, and the steel bracket bolted to the bottom of the chair is cracked as well. two tickets in to support and no response, one is 9 days and the other about a month. pics of the damage attached to both. i did have to cut the foam and fabric to find the broken steal frame.
Does anyone have any experience with replacing the batteries in the sound-sport frees?
So I have owned Bose’s truly wireless earbuds, the sound sport frees, for almost 3 years and the batteries inside are on their last legs. My warranty is up, and i don't mind taking them apart, so I would like to try and replace the batteries myself. I have found videos for the regular sound sports that are Bluetooth but wired together, but I would assume that it would be different, due to having just one battery in one of the buds, rather than separate batteries in each of the buds. Overall I would just like to know if anyone has an experience with this, or knows a procedure or parts I would need. Any information is appreciated.