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The Infiray sensor is also a lot better and clearer than the Seek. Lots of Infiray based thermal imagers (both mobile and hand trigger…
14/01/2024 - 18:20
Thanks, ordered with the Kool-Aid )ta Laz167) to drop the price for a single unit. Not sure what I need 2TB for, but at that price and…
01/01/2024 - 22:24
This machine is a lot better than it looks. Makes a great coffee.
26/12/2023 - 07:44
Managed to CC the last one from Greensborough VIC. Fingers crossed that stock level is up to date When I checked out it said Templestowe…
13/12/2023 - 09:03
Sort of, also check the NETD (lower is better). There is a thermal imaging forum on eevblog that has heaps of info and tests of just about…
12/12/2023 - 11:46
I picked up a cheap Mileseey TR256 smartphone imager on black Friday. It has the Infiray core I mentioned earlier. They also have a trigger…
12/12/2023 - 11:43
Yes, they even pick up damp creeping behind/through walls, and tiny temperature differences between where the studs are in the wall vs. a…
12/12/2023 - 11:41
The seek sensor is known for its noisy output compared to FLIR or Chinese bolometers. The best budget pick of thermal imaging are those…
12/12/2023 - 09:02
Ah, can't be bothered with these anymore.
06/12/2023 - 22:08
I put in a Samsung PM981 SSD and HWINFO shows that it's attached with PCIe3 x4. The Windows 11 Pro licence also seems a legit digital…
23/11/2023 - 15:32
My 16/512 arrived today, haven't had a chance to turn it on but did crack it open to see what's inside.. https://ibb.co/ckHJxSh The SSD is…
21/11/2023 - 22:26
The plain red version is also available in the options for $33.50. I was just telling myself today I need a proper set of good pliers, this…
20/11/2023 - 00:38
RAM is soldered on these I'm pretty sure, making the 16gb one the better pick imo.
20/11/2023 - 00:24
And $170 Woolworths Mobile (with monthly 10% off groceries coupons making it cheaper) for us Telstra network snobs.
20/10/2023 - 07:23
Amazon Prime standard procedure is to buy, try it out, return if it's crap. Thanks OP, this will make a nice spare USB-C dock thingy for…
19/10/2023 - 09:07
I use both these and the Rotring 4 in 1 regularly; the 4 in 1 is the more versatile one (can bring 3 pen colours with you) but the design…
16/10/2023 - 12:11
With the two coupons and Aliexpress coins, I managed to get a price of AU$68.28 (inc tax). Subtotal AU$86.71 Shipping Free shipping Store…
21/09/2023 - 09:34
Bad news on the 0% FVF front, I tried reactivating the August offer and instead of either activating the next month, or saying "you've…
01/09/2023 - 07:49
Mental note. If September has the 0% FVF applied, sell ONLY and ALL > $200 items I can. The gauntlet has been thrown and it sounds like…
31/08/2023 - 10:23
It's my new go-to filament. Prints nicely and cheaper than PLA, what's not to like. I already have about 12kg in storage from a recent…
13/08/2023 - 20:43
I ordered my last batch from the Kingroon AliExpress store and it arrived in about 3 days. I had to do a double take as I'm used to…
13/08/2023 - 20:41
So there's no value add above having a Woolworths Mobile plan to get the 10% off one shop each month that way? You may as well put that $70…
10/08/2023 - 09:32
Thanks for the detail! Going by feedback I think I might pay a bit more for the S23 but I'll be using these coupons and Westpac rewards.
18/07/2023 - 07:38
I like Kingroon PETG, it prints well. Got 10kg of black close to a year ago but tempted to do another bulk buy, it's so cheap!
18/07/2023 - 07:31
How do you get the 10% loyalty voucher? And can you still just not send in a trade in device (and be charged the difference), but still…
17/07/2023 - 21:38
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