Posts Tagged ‘singapore’

Candy-licious..

December 21, 2016

So, there was a visitor.

And a bunch more of the others as well.

And it goes like..

Kinder: Hey hi!

m&ms: Yea, whatever la k?

DC Stand Fans.

July 11, 2016

Once upon a time, DC stand fans were expensive.

Taiyo sold it for >SGD$129.

Mistral sold it for >SGD$149.

Iona sold it for >SGD$80.

Midea sold it for >SGD$149.

Akira sold it for >SGD$99.

(Prices are estimates based on what I last saw, and NOT dated to the date this post was up.)

So I got the remoteless Akira and should-last type of analogue rotating switch at SGD$79.90 (now SGD$99 at stores).

(In fact I had 3 at home.)

And Giant Singapore sold the with-remote model at less than half its original price.

If you need a fan to save power, you waiting for what? Haha..

Im really into saving energy. While keeping my cool.

Skygarden?

July 11, 2016

Err, maybe its a lifted-up garden.

Should I call it Above Ground Garden.

Maybe it has a name but I didnt quite see it.

It looks nice, but why doesnt anyone seem to utilize it?

Maybe the developer forgot about the shades or fans or more seats or lightning protection system?

The ‘Safe’ World Class Transport

June 21, 2012

Well..
We used to have one of the best transport system.
One of the most efficient.
One of the most promising systems.
One of the most well said public transport service.

But now..

Oh please.
All that seems to have taken their own tolls.
Damn.
Almost everyday we face delays.
Almost everyday we take buses without aircon.
Almost everyday we face leaking aircons.
Almost everyday we see ‘burnt’ badly maintained buses and taxis around.

The pic below explains it all:

What they are missing.
Are the cases of people jumping into MRT tracks.
Disrupting the services, our lives, like f***.

Need an IT-related hardware/accessories? Go VideoPro…

April 17, 2011

Local people.
I knew of this site a few years back.
Used it to browse and compare prices for IT-related equipments.

Surprisingly, I have used it at last, and a very satisfied customer.
VideoPro Singapore is the answer to all your needs, online.

One good thing is that they accept cash on delivery (upon arrival of purchased item(s) sent to your house, or to another address that you may have specify during check-out).
So that means it will be handy to keep the payment cash on hand before you hit the checkout button.

Surprisingly, there’s an express mode where they can deliver to your place within 4 hours after you placed a successful order.

Then, for my case I opted for the normal mode where the item would be delivered within 5 working days, but yet within 4 hours they contacted me and the items I bought were delivered to me.

Friendly staff, good and fast service.

Would be happy to make another purchase soon (and that’s after receiving my next month’s pay to purchase new UPS, hard disk, extension plugs with surge protector, and maybe a couple of other IT stuffs).