Anonymous, 14 Dec 2015Lack in features for years compared to competition, frame bending under normal circumstances (... more1: Name a few we arent in iOS 6 anymore, 2: bendgate is long gone and greatly over exaggerated. 3: Brand new scratched iPhones? unheard of provide your source.
Honest Realist, 14 Dec 2015You say the world's wealthiest company, the undisputed premium kings, are low quality? lmaoLack in features for years compared to competition, frame bending under normal circumstances (not to be confused with the pathetic tests that spawned from that part), phones coming out with scratched cases and the company saying "nono it's fine don't pay attention to it"...remind me again what was so "undisputed premium" about it?
(that's not to say the competition doesn't have flaws, but the thing is they don't charge you nearly as much)
anon, 14 Dec 2015low quality company with low quality product. it must be made for iphone usersYou say the world's wealthiest company, the undisputed premium kings, are low quality? lmao
Anonymous, 14 Dec 2015 its not a hoverboard for Gods sakeThat is a statement we need to take to the industry and slap some sense into them.
Though the original name "wheel plank" doesn't have the same feel to it, but at least it's accurate.
low quality company with low quality product.
it must be made for iphone users
And then when I brought up the safety of batteries around your crotch on the power bank belt, there was these super GENIUZZ that came to call me an idiot, that it doesn't happen, that I don't know anything about batteries... OK...
(I can already see someone replying me "It's a rare case and you're overblowing it")
Good to see the seller taking initiative, keeps their reputation higher. A battery isn't a device that simply fails and you lost your product. The failure is sometimes catastrophic.
it IS normal that a failure (even catastrophic ones) can happen, even on the tightest quality control, but allowing this percentage to rise up by low quality isn't acceptable at all.