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Decathlon Domyos Adjustable Hand Grip Review

Disclosure: Please note that this post contains affiliate links (marked with an *) and any sales made through such links will reward The Stuffs Review a small commission – at no extra cost for you. Background Back in December 2017, I was looking for a hand grip so that I can train and strengthen my hand and fingers. I went over to Decathlon to look for one and found various types of hand grips available. After looking around, I decided to go for the Domyos Adjustable Hand Grip which cost me SGD 6.90 (It cost SGD 6 now!). The Product The Decathlon Domyos Adjustable Hand Grip design is similar to many adjustable hand grip out in the market. Being an adjustable hand grip, the resistance can be adjusted from 10kg to 40kg by turning the dial clockwise or anti-clockwise. Here are some pictures that I have taken to show how the product looks like: The Decathlon Domyos Adjustable Hand Grip The other side of the hand grip showing the resistance meter The dial to adjust the resistance Holding on

Specialized Grail Gloves Review

Background Back in my cycling days, when my pair of cycling gloves that I was wearing began to show wear and tear, I needed to find one to replace it. As such, I went on a search for a new pair of cycling gloves. One day, I went to an official Specialized shop in Singapore and found an interesting pair of gloves called Grail. I felt that it is expensive as it cost SGD50, but as it is different from a typical pair of cycling gloves, I decided to purchase it to give it a try. The Product The Specialized Grail Gloves come in different sizes, and the one I got is M size. Compared to other typical cycling gloves which the paddings are around the palm, this glove's padding is in the middle of the palm. It's like my hand is flushed when I wear it. Here are some pictures of the product that I took to show what I have described: The Specialized Grail Gloves The palm side of the glove with the padding in the center This is how it looks like wearing it Usage and Experience Ever since I bo

CatEye Volt 400 Review

Background Back in my cycling days, when I had my road bike, I had to get other bike stuff as well. One item is a front light for the bike. It is an important item to have as I cycle often in the evening. As such, I went online to search for a suitable front light.  After much research, I found the one that I felt is suitable: the CatEye Volt 400. It was also just nice that my friend was going to buy some bike stuff online and I manage to get him to help purchase the bike light for me. The Product The CatEye Volt 400 comes only in back color. It is well built and is rechargeable via micro USB. It comes in the following 5 different modes, with their runtimes below (based on CatEye's website ): High mode 400 lumens: 3hrs Middle mode 100 lumens: 8hrs Low mode 50 lumens: 18hrs Daytime HyperConstant mode 400/50 lumens: 11hrs Flashing mode 50 lumens: 60hrs Here are some pictures that I've taken of the product: The CatEye Volt 400 Top view of the Volt 400 Bottom of the Volt 400 with t

Camelbak Podium 24oz/710ml Water Bottle Review

Disclosure: Please note that this post contains affiliate links (marked with an *) and any sales made through such links will reward The Stuffs Review a small commission – at no extra cost for you. Background Back in my cycling days, when I started to ride longer distances (50km or more) on my road bike, I found that I needed to have larger capacity water bottles to bring along for such rides. As such, I did an online search to find a bottle that has a larger capacity and can fit into my bike frame. I managed to find the bottle that fits my criteria: the Camelbak Podium 24oz/710ml water bottle. I manage to find a seller on Qoo10 that sells it at a reasonable price, and hence I decided to purchase it. The Product The Camelbak Podium 24oz/710ml Water Bottle comes in various colors. The one that I bought was black in color. Just like any cycling water bottle, it comes with a screw cap. The cap is Camelbak's patented Jet Valve which can unlock and spray a jet of water when pressing the

Parker Games to Go Monopoly Review

Disclosure: Please note that this post contains affiliate links (marked with an *) and any sales made through such links will reward The Stuffs Review a small commission – at no extra cost for you. Background I was searching around for card/board games that I have in my house, and I found the Parker Games to Go Monopoly in one of my cupboards. I recalled that back in my younger days, I had the full-size Monopoly board game, but I gave it away and bought this portable size Monopoly when I had the feeling of playing Monopoly again. I believed I bought it at a time when I was introduced to playing Monopoly Deal, the card version game of Monopoly. The Product As the name implies, the Parker Games to Go Monopoly is a portable version of Monopoly. Compared with the original size of Monopoly, it is way smaller. It comes with a bi-fold red color plastic case in which all the game contents are inside. Up to 6 players can play. Here are some pictures of the product that I have taken: The Parker

Decathlon Btwin 500 Bike Saddle Bag M 0.6L Review

Background Back in my cycling days, when I had recently upgraded to a road bike, I was looking at all sorts of stuff that enables me to go light when I am riding. It was also at that point in time when Decathlon just opened the 1st megastore in Singapore, and I had the chance to go there when I had the time and look at their cycling stuff. During one of my visits to Decathlon, I came across the 500 Bike Saddle Bag M 0.6L. The design of the saddle bag interests me and as such, I decided to purchase it. The Product The Decathlon 500 Bike Saddle Bag M 0.6L is made of mainly cloth material and comes only in black color. It comes in what I feel like an aerodynamic design. It also has a clip called the VIOOCLIP that allows me to put the rear light onto the saddle bag, provided the rear light has a clip. Here are some pictures of the product that I have taken: The Decathlon 500 Bike Saddle Bag S 0.4L The entrance of the saddle bag where the VIOOCLIP is Inside the saddle bag Usage and Experien