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: Is this original Braun product?

BG492238175 2021-04-10 10:27:49

BG549807358 Equivalent other manufacturer (OEM).

2021-04-11 02:14:50 (0)
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Samuel 24/11/2019
The wireless headphones that could, if... Firstly, let me just say that the biggest reason I went for these was the promise of long battery life/ numerous charging cycles without having the charge the actual unit itself. In short, the idea of a built-in 2500mAh cell sold it for me. The problem is that the cell is shot. It's not able to charge up properly and hangs around 3.7V. This is likely the reason many other people will be charging their for days on end waiting for the flashing light to turn to a constant one. Taking the unit apart with a slim spudger I was able to measure the cell and also found the circuitry to be quite tidy. Silicon flex wires (with detachable connectors) link the cell via a separate charging regulator/BMS to the PCB. I splashed out and ordered a replacement Samsung 3500mAh tabbed 18650 cell to swap the original one out with. This guaranteed me a whopping amount of capacity that exceeded the original by a long way. Having made the swap and waiting the best part of the day for the unit to charge it's larger capacity the charging light eventually turned that constant red. Success! I'm now VERY happy with a comparatively simple set of wireless headphones (simple in that no power is being put to useless lights or meters), that can literally give me days of use. This will add a significant extra cost to your original purchase, but I would argue that it is worth it. Also, one last thing, these are not water proof or resistant. Even the manual says to keep them away from humid conditions. The IP rating that is being advertised here is therefore misleading. With all this in mind should you still buy them? I would say yes. Know their limitations (not water proof, will need a new battery, are NOT noise cancelling), but also know what they could be with a couple of wires clipped and two wires soldered.

: Can I use these for Dupont?

SamuelBishop 2019-08-27 02:20:27

whitelynx If you line the attachment piece up to the edge of the die, it will crush the other end of a female dupont connector, making it unusable.

2021-01-10 07:27:04 (0)
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: 200 or 300 DPI?

lup8shop 2020-11-20 03:40:23

BG549807358 Description says 300 DPI. I've ordered one and will report back.

2020-11-28 10:11:13 (0)
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: Is it compatible for Braun Series 3, 320s-4

BG341655941 2020-06-05 08:06:40

BG549807358 Yes it does. I have the exact same shaver myself. The only thing I noticed is that the horizontal switch on the front of your shaver will not stop the foils from pivoting. It appears to lack the locking mechanism. An insignificant point in my experience. One other thing you may wish to know is that if your old foil has a silver metal bezel, it is quite easy to carefully take the foil unit out using a flat headed screwdriver and replace it with the new one. It's just a case of two plastic catches. This will give you a new foil but will enable you to keep the more durable metal casing so you can keep 'tapping out' your shavings after each shave ;o)

2020-06-09 06:34:17 (1)
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BG549807358 This model would be more than suitable. x1200 (if true) is just silly magnification -- that's the sort of mag. you would look for if you were interested in observing blood cells etc. For the purposes you have outlined, and the fact that your child is only 7 y.o. this is going to do more than they require. On a side note, keep the box. You can turn the monitor sideways (inline with the stand), roll it down to its lowest position and fit it neatly and safely in there ;o) Also, I would stick a piece of black card or foam to the base to provide a bit of contrast against your samples. Hope that helps.

2020-06-03 09:03:03 (1)
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