Montblanc Summit Lite impressions

We still use our original Montblanc Summit 2 that we bought and reviewed in 2018. It works fine and the battery problems have been solved. It remains one of the most beautiful Wear OS smartwatches on the market, and Montblanc has also launched some newer versions of it. But when we saw the Summit Lite... Continue Reading →

Tissot T-Touch Connect Solar

After the Alpina Alpiner X Alive failure, we were very hesitant to order another Swiss smartwatch with its own operating system. We checked for reviews, but only found people demonstrating the features without much commenting about the reliability or problems. The reviews in the app store were not encouraging, but they mostly seemed about missing... Continue Reading →

Casio G-Shock GBD-H1000 Smartwatch

If you are looking for a smartwatch and like the G-Shock look (big and bulky), then you probably already considered the Casio GBD-H1000. This watch is already available for some time, and there are already a ton of reviews available showing the features. We will not repeat that here. We will limit ourselves to telling... Continue Reading →

Hidizs AP80 Pro usability review

Lovely hardware but disappointing software Why would you want a portable music player when you already have the same functionality in your smartphone? There are several reasons why you would want to use one, actually. Audiophiles love them because they usually have a better DAC than a typical smartphone, and they still allow for a... Continue Reading →

The Hill MK5 PCP pump

Hill claims their MK 5 PCP pump requires 20% effort to pump. We took the test. So, why on earth would we review a pump? Because we are avid airgunners and we could never find the information that we wanted to know about this pump in any other review. So, if you are not an... Continue Reading →

Bang & Olufsen Beosound Balance

After being impressed with the B&O H95 headphones, we decided to go ahead and buy the Beosound Balance. This is our impression, after about a month of listening to it. Build quality and user-friendliness are top-notch as you would expect from a €2000 speaker. The design is very basic. It looks more like a lamp... Continue Reading →

Bose Frames: from Alto to Tenor

We are a big fan of the Bose Frames since we bought the Alto version that we reviewed here. Most of what we wrote in that review still stands for the new Tenor version also. But a lot has been improved. But let's start with the things that did not improve: The Bose Frames Tenor... Continue Reading →

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