UVLEN Scam Follow-Up (Good News and Bad News) - Krazy Ken's Tech Talk

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It's time to follow up on the UVLEN scam-busting, and Krazy Ken has some good news… and some bad news. Quick recap, the UVLEN claims to be "digital hand sanitizer," but… is it really? Check out part 1 of the initial scam-busing below…
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  • Computer Clan
    Computer Clan2 bulan yang lalu

    Special thanks to @bartek_chmiel1 (from Twitter) for helping me with this episode, and for getting in touch with UVLEN. I have more cool scam-busting / knock-off episodes coming soon (including the highly requested StarScope Monocular, and an AirPods Max knock-off), so feel free to subscribe and turn on the bell so you don't miss them! 🔔

  • CharlieTheGrey

    CharlieTheGrey

    Bulan Yang lalu

    acting 'shady' hahah unintentional pun there ??

  • Çeto Medo

    Çeto Medo

    Bulan Yang lalu

    ​@Computer Clan EDIT: *I took one look at my own paragraph, and decided to save some people the pain, so here's the summary:* It is possible to directly convert visible light to UV light without violating laws of physics, by using multiple photons of low energy light to send one photon of high energy light. Their product isn't impossible; but it still is a scam. They never lied in their description of the device, even the bullsh*t part is all real (albeit confusing) terms. What they're really doing is misdirecting you into thinking they're saying this produces UV light, while they say it *allows* UV light *pass through*; normal air does that too, this thing is just a color filter that misdirects the consumer into thinking its something better.(I've also boldened the bullsh*t's translation down below) Sooo, there is actually a method with which one can convert visible light to UV light without using magic incantations or ignoring the laws of reality; upconversion. It's the same thing you described with matter, molecules absorb low frequency/energy light(I'll call it white since that has the full visible spectrum and I'm really lazy) and those molecules transfer the absorbed energy to one acceptor molecule, each of which absorb energy from multiple donor molecules. The acceptor can then send out one high-frequency light ray. This causes less photons overall, and is only 20% efficient(as far as I've researched, we could be even higher, but I know for a fact 20% has been reached, though it's unlikely to be more, this seems like a slow-improving branch) at converting energy, wasting 80% to other types(probably heat), but higher frequency light. Basically, if n>x, you can convert n photons of low-frequency(and thus, energy) light rays to x photons of high frequency light. It's a technique used today, and it's actually one scientist's dream(the one in the first link) to use this technique to create a product that can convert ambient light to UV light as a method of house disinfection, and the only thing that's stopping him is the lack efficiency, and by extension, practicality. Of course, ambient light is much less focused and powerful compared to a flashlight, so the product is theoretically plausible..... but UVlen is totally a scam: Here's a proper translation of their bullsh*t: *Bacteria-killing High-energy light shining on the bacteria's protective shell(to destroy it) + light-seperation used to split beams of white light^ combined with color filter^^ built with quartz glass* ^(dichroic filter, dichroic mirror and dichroic reflectors all mean fancy color filter, that can pass multiple ranges of colors) ^^(the same thing that causes rainbows; when you take a prism and shine white light through it, you get multiple colors, that's what's called diffraction grating) I've noticed that this isn't a blatant lying scam, this is a drown in technical lingo, while telling the truth scam. These are all actual terms, UV germicidal irradiation coat is a real thing, with real applications. Dichroic reflectors are used everywhere(because they're color filters) and fused amorphous silica is just as common. Also obviously diffraction grating, which is just the process of splitting light x+y+z+c+v to individual lights x,y,z,c,v. It's "technically" not bullsh*t, and they're not lying; and even look at the non-tech lingo of the whole paragraph; the b*st*rds never once claim they produce/convert to UVC light, it just says they let UVC light pass through while blocking anything below green's frequency... They're saying "we built a blue, purple and anything higher filter" in a really fancy way, without lying, in order to avoid legal troubles. So it's technically not "lying" but it's definitely misdirection. This thing is a color filter, nothing else. It relies entirely on your flashlight to produce UV light, which it cannot do, and only lets it through, which means that even if it could produce UV light, it won't make it more effective, it'd just make it impossible to appear as anything other than blue or purple. UV light would still kill bacteria if it was mixed in with visible-spectrum light. Here are a few links(I pulled these after a few seconds of research, I'm absolutely certain you can find better ones, if these aren't acceptable): www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/12/201204110215.htm pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21428395/ grantome.com/grant/NSF/CBET-1033866 The technical lingo is also easily convertible by checking combination of unknown words, and they'll self-complete. So in essence, you're right, it's a scam, but what they appear to claim doesn't violate the laws of physics, we just aren't advanced enough in that branch to make the conversion worthwhile... yet.

  • NoFish

    NoFish

    Bulan Yang lalu

    Can you look at brevite camera bags? They look nice but the website and ad feels suspicious, especially with the "sells out every 30 days claim"

  • Nate Church

    Nate Church

    Bulan Yang lalu

    @Computer Clan In case you didn’t know, you can force a chargeback through the bank you’re using after proving the company being uncooperative (depends on the bank usually). Sure, it’s only $15, but it helps tell that bank to not do business (or allow their customers to do business) with shady companies like these. ...I think... never needed to do a chargeback. I was just told this as I was opening an account. I might be totally wrong and completely misunderstood what was explained to me.

  • Windows 7.7

    Windows 7.7

    2 bulan yang lalu

    @Computer Clan I want you to make a video about destroying the fake Apple Watch just for shits and jiggles

  • fairy changeling
    fairy changeling9 hari yang lalu

    I'm allergic to UVA. I thought I knew too much about UV, never ever heard of UVC.🤷‍♀️

  • The Bob Loblaw Show !
    The Bob Loblaw Show !12 hari yang lalu

    I love when people like yourself expose these pos scammers. This product could actually kill someone. If they are using this device and it doesn’t work they could end up getting covid. Some people have zero morals. Great work .

  • Ocean Media
    Ocean Media13 hari yang lalu

    Love this Ken! I just checked on their website and all but 2 products are 'discontinued' or 'out of stock'! What a scam - I bet their HQ doesn't actually exist either! Also, if you google 'fused silica amorphous', it is glass with chemicals in to lower the melting temperature!

  • Robert Balluumm
    Robert Balluumm14 hari yang lalu

    As far as I'm aware, fraud is a very serious crime in South Korea. You should report them to the Department of Trade.

  • Dinko Zelenika
    Dinko Zelenika15 hari yang lalu

    Actually there is a way to shift visible light towards higher frequencies. It is nothing impossible, you just need to move towards the light source, for example, to shift in the frequency of blue light (RGB Blue 466 nm) to the UV spectrum (app 400 nm) you need to move at a speed of 42 489 km / s towards the source to make 66 nm shift Simple and easy, isn't it 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Finn Grainger
    Finn Grainger20 hari yang lalu

    I think this thing called MultiVolt is very fishy it’s site has a lot of fake sales and reviews that don’t look real. The ad also has a lot of stock photos

  • Kirk Nelson
    Kirk Nelson23 hari yang lalu

    another testing method is a Light Spectrum Analyzer, you could then test the light of your phone without then with the filter. I remember a youtuber using one discussing house hold led lights and how our eyes perceive various light wavelengths, it was a good video just but its been at least a year and I don't remember which youtuber did it.

  • jq4t49f3
    jq4t49f323 hari yang lalu

    Instead of showing off with the science why don't you get the law involved already? These people are criminals risking lives and all you do is earning max IDdown revenue!!

  • Den Van
    Den Van25 hari yang lalu

    I got an ad for the Cosmic Scope Monocular during your video! 😄

  • Daremo6969
    Daremo696925 hari yang lalu

    Subscribed to the channel today. I like the format and reviews and humor for stuff like this. People fall for anything anymore, no one thinks critically anymore. Reminds me of the commercial about the person who believes everything on the internet. Case in point, a FILTER will never ADD it will only REMOVE. It's the literal definition.

  • Darryl Learie
    Darryl Learie25 hari yang lalu

    Scary that people would trust their health to scam technology especially in a pandemic - if they do have a product it’s morally irresponsible.

  • malcolmr3

    malcolmr3

    23 hari yang lalu

    It’s the very pandemic that’s feeding this type of scamming. Mostly older non-tech-savy people will buy this junk thinking they’re protecting themselves and their family/friends. The most vulnerable are the ones they’re after.

  • gordon thomas
    gordon thomas28 hari yang lalu

    Gonna say this again: Even assuming you could sanitize your hands with a smart-phone-generated light, it still wouldn't work unless your phone was already sanitized. Otherwise you'd recontaminate your hands when you touched it.

  • Rusty R3volva
    Rusty R3volva28 hari yang lalu

    5:11 how shady is shady? Would it be a Slim Shady?

  • Nikola Knežević
    Nikola KneževićBulan Yang lalu

    They had lunch with your $15 and laughed

  • Super star 500
    Super star 500Bulan Yang lalu

    Why can’t you call numbers outside of the US? I can call any number in the word from my country! Is that just some wired thing in the US that you can’t call numbers outside the country?

  • Non Zamfir
    Non ZamfirBulan Yang lalu

    I can't get over this man's cheeks

  • Demetrius Coutinho
    Demetrius CoutinhoBulan Yang lalu

    e believe the product acutally dont exist. in an age where even potato chips are reviewed on youtube, i google it and i cant find one single video of someone reviewing this device.

  • ShtickWarrior
    ShtickWarriorBulan Yang lalu

    Imagine being such a giant bumhole that you take advantage of the pandemic that everyone is suffering from and not apologizing to everyone

  • PixelHero Games
    PixelHero GamesBulan Yang lalu

    If you ever do get something advertising UV-C, PLEASE take appropriate safety precautions. UV-C is effective at disinfecting, but it takes anywhere from 25s to 3 minutes depending on power, but you absolutely DO NOT WANT to mess with UV-C. UV-C is what our atmosphere utterly blocks (it's why there is ozone in the first place, actually). UV-C is incredibly harmful, creates harmful gases, and decomposes some materials. Consumer products that do emit UV-C, such as some electric toothbrush disinfectants, can only do so by completely enclosing the disinfecting chamber. Oh they might emit some light, but it's just an LED to let you know it is working. UV-C strong enough to disinfect is absolutely strong enough to harm your skin and eyes. I mean, yeah, we all assume it is a scam and there's no way it works, but just in case you find something else online to run as a control that does emit UV-C. :-P

  • PitaJ
    PitaJBulan Yang lalu

    Recommend you initiate a chargeback through your credit card if you don't receive it within the next few weeks.

  • David Mansfield
    David MansfieldBulan Yang lalu

    Uhm, it isn't frequency that changes the color of the light. It is wavelength. You are killing me each time you say that.

  • ky sputnik
    ky sputnikBulan Yang lalu

    This light intends to scam the viruses into thinking they are dead

  • Complex
    ComplexBulan Yang lalu

    Well I can tell you one thing you can't ship from or to China right now I work for ups

  • epiccollision
    epiccollisionBulan Yang lalu

    Since shopify and the ilk it’s so hard to tell a sketchy store checkout from a normal one,they all look the same!

  • M4kI9H7
    M4kI9H7Bulan Yang lalu

    It is sold in Korea, but the advertisement is dubious as heck. 1. In the ad, there's some certificates signed from KIFA, confirmed back in May. However, it also somehow has Canadian certificate of similar test. 2. Domain Lookup shows the owner's billing address is Quebec, Canada. 3. It seems this product also have been in a small living gadgets convention or something, but I'm uncertain if this actually works. 4. On the other hand, uvlenstore domain's lookup shows its billing address is Nigeria.

  • Felipe Pubillones
    Felipe PubillonesBulan Yang lalu

    you're not out a single cent. Product never arrives and no proof of shipping (tracking #) = claim via bank or credit card.

  • Endy Mallorn
    Endy MallornBulan Yang lalu

    You should contact your credit card company - you should be able to get a refund.

  • Stanislaw S.
    Stanislaw S.Bulan Yang lalu

    It's always nice to see some Polish accent in English video (tak viewer call) ;)

  • MeetTheGalaxy
    MeetTheGalaxyBulan Yang lalu

    I like your channel. I'm glad I some how found you at 10k subs

  • Dallas Hansen
    Dallas HansenBulan Yang lalu

    Man that is some great sound quality. Nice job

  • Hubert Seidl
    Hubert SeidlBulan Yang lalu

    Banknotes glow under uv too.

  • Rory M
    Rory MBulan Yang lalu

    Scam artists

  • GingerPrime
    GingerPrimeBulan Yang lalu

    i approve of the t shirt my guy and also nice content once again

  • Alastair Archibald
    Alastair ArchibaldBulan Yang lalu

    I have bought three Kickstarter products. I received all three, and they all do exactly what they claim to do. I was persuaded because a) the products weren't claiming anything outlandish or that broke physical laws b) The ads showed genuine products in use, and they looked the same in each one, and c) the companies all sent frequent emails detailing progress of my order.

  • Drunken Assassin
    Drunken AssassinBulan Yang lalu

    i can only think of 1 excuse as to why they haven't given you a tracking number..... 2 ..... 1 they send them in envelops and write the address on it so they don't have a tracking number (not likely) and 2 they're so disorganized they lost the tracking number but yeah no this is a scam

  • Dan Loeb
    Dan LoebBulan Yang lalu

    Most likely they are doing drop shipping. They wait months until they get enough orders to make a huge order all at once. Or it's just a huge scam.

  • Tornsoul Soul
    Tornsoul SoulBulan Yang lalu

    Thanks for explaining the science, I find this super interesting, and you know, tearing a scam a new one is an added bonus.

  • sittingonmychair
    sittingonmychairBulan Yang lalu

    I kind of feel bad for the model. Dude just wanted work and now she’s the face of a scam product.

  • PaperJam640 VFX
    PaperJam640 VFXBulan Yang lalu

    those 56 dislikes are from uvlen employees

  • Wizkid490
    Wizkid490Bulan Yang lalu

    UV-C light is a real thing. But you wouldn't want to use it to sanitize your hands anyway, because it will destroy your skin just as effectively as it destroys bacteria and viruses.

  • Bartłomiej Kulenko
    Bartłomiej KulenkoBulan Yang lalu

    Aside from the fact that a bottle of hand sanitizer or IPA is far more practical and effective than carrying a UV lamp attached to your phone, they could make an actually useful product, like a USB-C dongle with UV LEDs, but instead they decided to charge $15 for a blue color filter.

  • MCAlexis The TCF Fan est. 2020
    MCAlexis The TCF Fan est. 2020Bulan Yang lalu

    Hi Ken! I've just found an ad for another Apple Watch clone and that scam brand is called "FitPowr", so can you investigate this garbage (BS) nonsense?

  • HOUND project
    HOUND projectBulan Yang lalu

    You can just buy UV LEDs...like, it's really not that hard, no tech innovation is required to satisfy your UV needs...

  • bioLarzen
    bioLarzenBulan Yang lalu

    Haha, Alibaba, dx and ebay are full of those cellphone-attachable telepohoto lenses which are all obviously crap (the ones that actually exist) - but at least crap on the cheap :D

  • NikTech
    NikTechBulan Yang lalu

    I have a suspicion that the man behind Lit Mobile, Blaux and UVLEN are the same because the websites of Lit Mobile and Blaux look very similar and when Lit Mobile went down, Blaux came and the same with UVLEN.

  • noodles.
    noodles.Bulan Yang lalu

    HAHAHA when your “sales” department can’t explain their own “product”

  • d610
    d610Bulan Yang lalu

    How awful there are so many scam products advertised on Instagram and there is no option for scams under report...

  • Oliver Rohachev
    Oliver RohachevBulan Yang lalu

    Ltt shirt? Lol I have the same one

  • Bruce Baker
    Bruce BakerBulan Yang lalu

    "What's that weird sound?" Oh crap. It's the phone! The biz line for that bullshit uv plastic strip. What do we do? "Answer it?" Nah. Cancel the number and pull it from the site!

  • Bruce Baker
    Bruce BakerBulan Yang lalu

    Dear valued client We are trying our best to protect you. First, we tried to keep you from purchasing by having a dodgy company name, glorptext sales copy, 10 random digits that look like a phone number, and a BS product. This was ineffective. Next, we tried to keep you from purchasing by refusing to process your transactions. Repeatedly. But you persevered and. in a moment of distraction, our shopping cart inadvertently took your money. Now desperate, we are trying to keep you from purchasing (or at least receiving) the product. We have shipped it to a random address, somewhere in the world. If this happens, despite our patented Rando Numberistics technology to be your address...we give up. And you can have the damn plastic postage stamp.

  • Ljliljana Paunović
    Ljliljana PaunovićBulan Yang lalu

    do a video of covering augmented reality cuz i wann learn more of AR propretis

  • Nii Goji
    Nii GojiBulan Yang lalu

    I got an "Auron bottle" ad watching this video...it says you can purify water with UV lights....please check it out too.

  • Marcus Anthony
    Marcus AnthonyBulan Yang lalu

    The wifix ad before this video was shocking! And kinda ironic that it was on the channel xD

  • John Długosz
    John DługoszBulan Yang lalu

    "only out fifteen bucks" not even that: next call is to the credit card company to charge it back. I think, all things considered, it's better that this is a complete scam rather than just a fraudulent product. Otherwise, we'd have a bunch of people _using_ it thinking it is doing something, instead of using soap and alcohol to clean things.

  • John Johnson
    John JohnsonBulan Yang lalu

    Wow, Krazy Ken! There was an ad for star scope right before this video. It’s the first time I ever heard of it

  • Oilicec Otos
    Oilicec OtosBulan Yang lalu

    Only $15 x 100k suckers. They are laughing all the way to the banks.

  • Peter King
    Peter KingBulan Yang lalu

    It’s half science. Yes UV light can be used as a disinfectant, but the way they attempt to do it via filters is complete BS. I do UV photography. You need two thing a UV sensitive sensor (most cameras don’t have one) & a UV filter.

  • michael
    michaelBulan Yang lalu

    I have reported their business, been in contact with a Google Maps employee on reddit and twitter, and left bad reviews...the company is still there

  • 315 S Camden Ste 400 Beverly Hills
    315 S Camden Ste 400 Beverly HillsBulan Yang lalu

    CHINA

  • JP Thrower
    JP ThrowerBulan Yang lalu

    I’m guessing that it’s being shipped from China in a padded envelope which, because of trade promotion agreements many years ago, is actually cheaper than shipping domestic US and allows them to ship us cables that are sold for three dollars and still profitable. These don’t have tracking numbers and they take 6 to 8 weeks to arrive.

  • Eric G
    Eric GBulan Yang lalu

    “I paid for the product a month ago” Screen capture shows “payment not completed” lol

  • Tony Tuite
    Tony TuiteBulan Yang lalu

    This is what I expected from the end of your first video. That website is a classic "exit scam" where they get a bunch of people to buy a product that doesn't exist then cash out and disappear before the credit card companies can start reversing charges. The worst part about this is that I'd guess 20% of the ads I see on sites like Facebook are these scams, and social media platforms don't do anything to dissuade this activity because they're getting the ad revenue.

  • Red Wizz
    Red WizzBulan Yang lalu

    Stop making "reviews" without having the product

  • Sam
    SamBulan Yang lalu

    Why is your mouth so small lmao.

  • ahhchoo
    ahhchooBulan Yang lalu

    You should cover the guy who polluted youtube with his scam tech commercials. His ads are as annoying as those old Head On commercials. He always claims some scientist(s) spent years researching or getting fired for making the technology when in reality, it's just a Chinese clone phone, drone, teeth cleaner, etc.... iddown.info/the/rHbQkb-L3dHUoZY/video.html He is also selling fake face masks too.

  • omniemon
    omniemonBulan Yang lalu

    To keep this uv thing going you should try some of those Sen on tv uv light wands to see if their claims hold up 🤔

  • davewave1982
    davewave1982Bulan Yang lalu

    You need a third Petri dish as a control for background.

  • Nick Semertzides
    Nick SemertzidesBulan Yang lalu

    Fyi real far uvc light is invisible. The part you see is not what sterilizes

  • Nenad Kralj
    Nenad KraljBulan Yang lalu

    plot twist: you are waiting so long for product bcs: 1. company employees: actually so you're 1st video 2. company employees: actually preparing for you legit UV light filter (which) actually will work 3. company employees: will actually invest into actual only working semple and send it to you 4. you: actually receiving working sample (testing it) working 5. company employees: can continue w/ selling "shenanigans" to other people 6. case closed (carousel goes round n' around)

  • Kyle Deeter
    Kyle DeeterBulan Yang lalu

    Do a video(s) on the beany that supposedly blocks out 4g and 5g "harmful" signals

  • SAM HAM
    SAM HAMBulan Yang lalu

    Cool, scam products get me buzzing every time, UV is real big in the scam scene now. No surpises but it was original, a smart phone attachment filter???

  • Roach Dogg JR
    Roach Dogg JRBulan Yang lalu

    Yeah they are scammers and they are scum. They just picked up what they made in cash and closed everything down. They are probably working on their next scam.

  • UXXV
    UXXVBulan Yang lalu

    Superb follow up. What is your theme music btw. Love it!

  • Richard Vacanti
    Richard VacantiBulan Yang lalu

    I have a scam for you. The VOLK phone. Sounds great in concept like they have not made one phone yet and they’ve been taking orders since 2019 and they were supposed to be ready in 2020. Too hard to explain how everything was supposed to work in a text. But there are some good sources that tell you about it on the Internet. On IDdown just type in the volk phone and Check out the very first video. It will tell you all about it I believe it’s a scam

  • unreliableemployee
    unreliableemployeeBulan Yang lalu

    What companies like this do is drag it out so you can't request a refund or flag it as fraud. Get your refund as soon as possible because I'm almost certain its not coming.

  • Asari Patlineto
    Asari PatlinetoBulan Yang lalu

    I was very interested to see what this would end up to be

  • HappyQuails
    HappyQuailsBulan Yang lalu

    UVC is never intended to disinfect skin. It also burns and damages the eyes. It is only intended for inanimate objects encased in a light containing case.

  • Shoray Sharma
    Shoray SharmaBulan Yang lalu

    And I know that was an Indian accent. 😂😂😂😂

  • Anthony Cumia
    Anthony CumiaBulan Yang lalu

    Please review clearphone from clearunited. Thanks

  • Abdullah Mahmood
    Abdullah MahmoodBulan Yang lalu

    Yup;

  • TomGreen 99
    TomGreen 99Bulan Yang lalu

    Bro just wants his $15.

  • Star Wars Rush
    Star Wars RushBulan Yang lalu

    this guy is the applest apple fanboy

  • cardsfanbj
    cardsfanbjBulan Yang lalu

    You could try out the disinfectant testing you could try finding different UV-C devices. I know I've seen some at this store called Tuesday Morning that's like a clamshell case you put your phone in to clean it.

  • Criminal Brewing
    Criminal BrewingBulan Yang lalu

    We need to get these scams prosecuted and shut down.

  • Bruce Coleman
    Bruce Coleman2 bulan yang lalu

    If you want to check for UV light, shine it into a box of Tide powder. That stuff glows like mad under UV.

  • David Brown
    David Brown2 bulan yang lalu

    Id Bet the CEO's of 'Wish' are some of your Biggest Fans!

  • Fada Te
    Fada Te2 bulan yang lalu

    For all this deflated hype they could have used a quartz UV LED connected to the USB port...

  • L D
    L D2 bulan yang lalu

    Could you not chargeback the 15$?

  • jasexavier
    jasexavier2 bulan yang lalu

    Thank you for the follow-up; I'm glad others pointed out the frequency increasing technologies, and that they are extremely unlikely to be what's going on here. There are a variety of physical processes for passively converting light to higher wavelengths, using the energy in that same light. These tend to involve lasers, or fairly cutting edge tech that wouldn't be available in a $15 device. Even if one does believe that they have somehow made a cheap device with some kind of photon upconversion technology, the easiest way to tell this is a scam is that it's claiming to use UV-C to disinfect skin, which simply isn't done, even with legitimate UV-C disinfecting sources. When such a device is used in a room, generally the room has to be vacant. When a handheld device is used, PPE must be worn. UV-C isn't like the friendly sun-burn-causing UV-B, it will cause skin and eye damage. This damage is usually temporary, but it's still not going to be pleasant.

  • Adam Foster
    Adam Foster2 bulan yang lalu

    They are busy sterilizing the world. Of course they don't have time for your shitty little email. Of course!

  • Stephen Fazekas
    Stephen Fazekas2 bulan yang lalu

    Google profits off of these scams they don't care

  • Popplio
    Popplio2 bulan yang lalu

    I've been watching since 'Windows Crap Edition' and I've been really impressed with the channel after all these years. Keep up the good work!

  • Dan McGarvey
    Dan McGarvey2 bulan yang lalu

    Ken you might want to look into novitec. They offer a wifi range extender that is supposed to defeat an ISP bandwidth throttling.

  • seriously? with serious
    seriously? with serious2 bulan yang lalu

    It would be funny if they actually cracked this tech

  • skildude
    skildude2 bulan yang lalu

    You'll need to incubate the petri dishes at 37 degrees to get optimal bacterial results. Also Sheep Blood Agar(SBA) would give even better results. those plates look like they for growing yeast. Also store the agar upside down. Lid on the bottom. This prevents most particles from entering the dish and contaminating the agar. I'm willing to bet that the Korean gov't probably is investigating them. This could be why they are not willing to commit anything to you.

  • lewis shin
    lewis shin2 bulan yang lalu

    im disliking cause i dont want this type of content in my feed the video quality is good and all but this isnt content i want so im disliking so youtube's algo wont keep putting it in my ****.

  • ussenterncc1701e

    ussenterncc1701e

    Bulan Yang lalu

    There's a "not interested" option on your feed. So you can still train the algorithm for you without negatively impacting the creator's likelihood of showing for others.

  • frankthespank
    frankthespank2 bulan yang lalu

    Why do you people need to sterilize your phones?! I never needed to sterilize my wallet or keys or anything else I ever carried with me. ::shrugs::

  • Treynath84
    Treynath842 bulan yang lalu

    Wonder if that Lit Mobile one arrived or not. Doubt it...

  • talha driss
    talha driss2 bulan yang lalu

    Kick stater crap

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