Joule Cell Rechargeable Battery by Gosh!

I know most electronics now comes with rechargeable batteries. However, most remotes are still powered by batteries. Although these batteries aren't expensive, they can still add up.

As for me, I'm playing Fatal Frame on my Wii (I know its old, but I WANT TO finish the game) and my wiinote eats up AA battery like a hungry monster. (Say, about 2 every 2-4 days)


SO I started searching online for an "solution" and I finally found the Joule Cell by Gosh!  They cost SG$1.90 per box!!


Joule Cell

NiMH (nickel metal hydride)1.2V AA Size (Comes with AAA size too, but the AAA ones I got was slightly rusty and defective ... but I'm too lazy to go down and get it change)
Charging Current: 5V/1100mAh
Charging Time: 8.5 hrs
LED Indicator: Red for charging; Blue when done charging 


In the box, they included a USB charging cable with 2 micro USB outputs and of course 2 AA batteries. (This cost SG$1.90!)

 In the picture above, I compared it to the usual AA battery. It look almost e…

Remax RM-610D Earphone Review


Remax RM610D is a pair that I am currently using now. I got it at about SGD12.
I really love the build of the earpiece and the sound is very good also.

To be honest, it just went way pass my expectation of a earpiece under SGD20!
It of course isn't as fantastic when compared to the Sennheiser MM30i, but is very good for its price and came really close to the sound quality of the MM30i.

I tried this on my iPhone 6 Plus with the same song list as the previous review and of course with new songs by my favourite singers (mainly from the Cpop scene).



Unit size: 10mm(moving-coil speaker) 
Impedance: 32 
Working power: 100mw 
The headset pin: 3.5mm(plating) 
Frequency response: 20-20000hz 
Acuity: 95+3db 
Wire length: 120cm 
NOTE: Compatible with iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 5S, 5C, 5, 4S, 4 iPad 4, 3, 2, 1, Mini, Air iPod Touch, Nano, Shuffle, Classic Samsung Galaxy S5, S4, S3, Note 4, Note 3, Note 2 Other Android Smartphones - Motorola, Google Nexus, HTC, Sony, Nokia Tablets & MP3, MP4 Players 


I guess I'll go straight to the pros and cons to save time.

Pros:

 - Good and pretty wide soundstage.

- Attractive design (that comes with 4 colours), solid build.

 - Volume and music control that works very well with iPhone.

 - Flat cable makes it tangle-free.

 - Bass are energetic and punchy with a few exception like Namewee's 漂向北方(Piao Xiang Bei Fang) which lower range got slightly fuzzy. Bass is not where it shines but it is still very decent.

 - Mid is good. Even though I personally find female voice sounds a little better than male, just a little.

 - Highs are clear and not overpowering.

 - Accessories (Comes with a pouch and 2 sets of replacement eartips)


Cons:

 - Noise cancellation can be better and fit can be better. Note that I use my own earbuds for better fit.

 - Mic is not as good as the RM305M when use on singing app.
   (Mic gets a little muffled and flat at higher range or loudness)

Overall score: 4.5/5.
Mic score (for singing app): 3/5.

If you're interested, you can get it @ Amazon for less than $10 by clicking on the picture below:


OR if you're in Singapore, at Qoo10 for a really cheap price of SG$10.90.

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