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Proudly Made in China [Teardown]
posted September 5 2014 8:59.41 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Do you really get what you pay for? This is the question. I mean, once i bought myself a camera charger for my Canon camera (check out my video here) and what i discovered was that i was lucky enough not to destroy my camera. Same goes for this guys over here. This is what he got for $6. And the question stands: How cheap must be something so that i may potentially damage your appliance?

[Link: xjet]

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