It’s not an advertisement; they didn’t pay us anything to write it or promote it. We do make an affiliate commission when people sign up through our link though, and that’s disclosed twice on the page, including above the headline.
Correct! A Freedom point = an Ultimate Rewards point, so it’s a free way to earn more on non-travel/dining.
Yeah, I’ve done that in my bedroom where I have a microUSB cord already set up on my nightstand. But it’d be a bit of a pain to run a power cable in my living room for it. I love that the controllers are near-perfect recreations, but I’d look the other way if they included a reset button.
The new one was $160 when we posted it, looks like it sold out.
Why do you have both the Reserve and Preferred, out of curiosity?
I think it’s pretty clear from the post that he received a demo unit. We don’t write about any crowdfunding campaigns unless we get to try the product ourselves to make sure it’s not vaporware.
Erm, yeah. The listing has been up for a few weeks, so I got thrown off.
It’s a book by The Onion...they aren’t real docs.
This is shockingly accurate.
We’ve been trying to trying to make this headline happen for years.
<Whispers> Buddy...the book is satire.
I own a slightly different model, but the same pump. You’d have to be in a completely silent room and actively trying to hear it to notice it running.
Don’t think this is really supposed to be a TV replacement.
According to an email we got from Anker, it can clear 17mm thresholds, vs. 15mm on the old model, so 1.5" is going to be too big.
They started the campaign, Nebula is one of their sub-brands like Eufy.
Sure, no reason why you couldn’t.
There’s nothing stopping grown men from fitting into the women ones #justsayin
We don’t have time for such frivolities.
I get plenty of exercise, mostly tennis, but fitness for fitness’s sake never sticks for me.