Compatible with the VocoPro PA-PRO 900, STAGE-MAN, and MOBILEMAN
Large record volume knob and LED meter for precise recording level control
Audio is recorded to SD card in Mp3 format (44.1 kHz, 128 Kbps, Stereo)
Can use SD cards up to 16GB in size
Weight: 1 lbs
@elpepe Good question, and amazon doesn’t have the answer either. I found 2 AA batteries, but somebody else said they found 2 AAA so as long as its not C or D, it should be ok. https://portablfa.com/q1084
So what is the record for the lowest $ sales on a single deal here?
I think this might set a new lower money total.
You’d think Meh would try to encourage VMP members to buy more than one to lower the per item shipping hit to them. VMP shipping must be costing them close to the $2 price when you factor in the handling.
Must be one of their famous “experiments” in on-line commerce. Does that make us the Guinea pigs?
From a Michigander’s point of view, it was incredibly well timed. It failed early enough in the planning process of the much larger Mackinaw Bridge that the Mackinaw was redesigned to be safe in almost all wind conditions, for almost all cars. (A single Volkswagen Beetle was blown off the bridge under very unusual conditions a couple of decades ago.)
I’d consider a seriously defective and expensive bridge “tragic” from a taxpayer financial perspective.
Two vehicles have “inappropriately exited” the Mackinac bridge (at Mackinaw City) - a Yugo (a less than wise decision for a Mac bridge comprising by the owner in the first place) and a Bronco. There was debate whether either of those were due to wind.
My truck driver Uncle said he was instructed by his company to take off his seatbelt while crossing the Mackinac bridge. This was so he could possibly jump out the door if he’s blown off.
Allot of questions as to what batteries, I found something that says it’s 2 AA batteries, but apparently it could be 2 AAA batteries from what somebody else found. Here is what I found. https://portablfa.com/q1084 As long as it’s not C or D I think we are good. Plus really cheap price and summer is around the corner, so all the backyard bbqs, etc. These will be good. I am assuming they are also better quality than anything you find in your dollar stores.
If you just aim the fans at each other, one will power the other via windpower. So you save on half the batteries to start, and then the “wind-sharing” perpetual motion effect takes over. But your fans will only be cooling each other. If only we could buy 4 or 6 to get a perpetual polar vortex going.
Wow! I excited to see these things for $1/piece… and that you had an abundance of them (bath? Neoprene sleeves??). I need 40-50 of them for a beach wedding end of May. I thought perfect! Meh comes through for me! Only to find out I can only order 2 fans… . If you have any left over… I let me know… i still have neoprene sleeves is anyone wants to trade …
@wildmomo Well that makes me feel a little better. I was plain ole kicking myself because the first time in forever there’s something I really wanted to buy, not that I dont buy often…lol… but I was really excited about these because I’m taking several of my grandkids on vacation in July. We will be outside in the heat a lot. I fell asleep and slept through the midnight “reveal “ but saw them about 630am. I was going to order some when I got to work but work was…insane is the only lady like word I can think of and by the time I could breath and check, they were gone. Two would have just caused problems with the little ones…but they sure would have been nice. I’m sorry you couldn’t get any more, but congratulations!
Yeah, dont be bummed. First I thought big ass box of Lucas batteries was bad, so I tried refrigerated Energizers. 1 at least is DOA. hate that this becoming a trend. Too late at night to check 2nd one. Will try tomorrow
@Mandamm The first one I unpacked was not very sensitive to touch at first (even after I switched on the stealth power switch on the back of the motor). After using it briefly it got much more sensitive.
It looked very much like an electrical contact issue, specifically, my dry hands immediately after I came inside the building.
My free Harbor Freight voltmeter measured 1.8 volts between the two rubber contacts. It passed enough current to get the fan to run at full speed when the meter was on the two volt scale. Set to measure current it registered 450 microamps. Current measurements are inherently low impedance, so it isn’t surprising that that also caused the fan to go full speed.
@hamjudo@Mandamm First one seemed to be DOA. After opening and resetting the batteries a couple of times and some finger licking contact checking, it now works; in fact its almost too sensitive. Maybe there’s a coating on the touch strips, or its just oxidized (these are 2005 vintage if the dates on the box and docs are relevant).
Kinda noisy in operation. Barely worth the Meh price at most (and only because I already got my VMP payments worth of free shipping).
I’m pleasantly surprised at how well these work. No problems with either of mine. Sensitivity is fine. They push more air than expected for little flexible plastic blades. Only real complaint is they’re somewhat noisy. But that’s more reason to use them and drown out the gf.
@cinoclav As am I! For $1 I expected something truly meh and these are not! I like the touch feature, should be awesome when doing stuff outdoors, plus they have some heft to them…not cheap lightweight plastic like I expected.
@cinoclav Mine only work in the stand. If I squeeze the rubber strips on the side one of them will work without the stand, the other will not. I don’t think I’ll use it around my neck, but it would be awkward doing that with the stand on the fan.
@heartny You shouldn’t have to squeeze them. They’re not pressure sensitive, they appear to work by connecting a circuit. If they work in the stand they should work when touching the sides. Maybe you’re dead?
@cinoclav@heartny LOL just tried one of mine and it only works in the stand. The stand has ridges on it that push against the sides of the fan and then it works. If I take the fan out of the stand and push on the sides of it then the fan works. Guess mine will be in the stand man !