How to Make a Mobile phone powerbank, SAFE & secure

Namaskar Dosto, Aj ke video me hum lok dekhenge apne app apne ghar me ek safely mobile powerbank bana sakte ho. Iske lie upko zarurat parege ek powerbank PCB or battary ki jo upko online or ofline par upko mill jayegi. Leken ek chiz upko dhayan rakhna hoga ki battary voltage 3.7v se 4.2v ke andar hona chahiye. Or zaisa manie video me dikhaya hain thik usi tarha hi upko connection karna hain. Agar upko or bhi kuch janna hain to aap video ke niche coment kar sakte ho. To dosto ummed karta hu aye video upko pasand ayegi.




Fast Charger is Safe or NOT for Mobile and Battery Life ???

Now a days many smartphones comes with fast charger like oneplus 7 pro, latest Iphone, samsung galaxy S10 and many other brands mobile smartphones comes with different type of fast charger like Vooc charging, dash charging, qualcomm quick charge, adaptive fast charger etc. with different voltage and current. But question is fast charger is safe or not for mobile and battery life. i told about is fast charging bad for battery life, Mobile, fast charging mobile tips etc. I hope you like this video.
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It Aint Safe (Official Trailer)

Intro to Mikey P’s new video It “Aint Safe”

Focusing on community crime and police brutality

Mikey P @mikeyp412_

Shot by Film Shockers and Dynasty Productions
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Directed by Justin Hill

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Camera Gear:
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SmallHD 502:
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Sigma 18-35mm:
Zeiss Otus 55mm:
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Camera Accessories:
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Switronix XP-L90S Battery:
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BlueShape Batteries:
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Sony Infolithium L Series battery:
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Sony NP-F570 Battery:
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Charge Cell Phones using Li-Ion batteries – Safe Charging

Make a portable charger for your cell phone using Li-Ion batteries. Yes, safely use rechargeable Li-Ion batteries for cell phone power when and where you need it. You can even use the very popular 18650 cells (I get them for free from salvaged laptop batteries – see video link below).

Previous project videos using similar parts and builds (good for extra reference & how to):
* Li-Ion Battery Charger $1 – awesome parts:
* Make a Battery Charger & Tester & Power Pack – 18650 Li-Ion:
* Make Rechargeable Battery Packs – Low Cost & Easy:
* Free 18650 Cells – Laptop Battery Hacking:

Key parts mentioned in the video include:
– Step up power module to change the battery output into the 5v needed to charge a phone. I got the one used in the video on Amazon (DROK Ultra Small Mini DC Power Module; part #090399).
– TP4056 Charging Module. I purchased on Amazon from MakerFocus (5v micro 1A battery charging board with protection charger module; ASIN B071RG4YMW)
– Project box from Amazon – “VNDEFUL 5pcs black waterproof plastic electric project case” (3.94X2.36X0.98)

WARNING: working with electronics, rechargeable batteries and electric DIY comes with risks. Only proceed if you are confident in your skills and safety techniques. You are fully responsible for any and all outcomes from trying to duplicate any of the actions demonstrated in this or any other DID video. Products used in this video worked for my needs but may not suit all needs so please do the necessary research to know what will work for you.

Music: Early Riser, Danger Storm
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How To Make Sure The Toys You Buy Are Safe

There are some very strict safety regulations in the United States that attempt to insure the safety of toys that are sold. But even with the strict regulations there are occasions from time to time where unsafe toys make it into the market.

As a whole the regulations that are in place to ensure toy safety have been very successful. When compared to the number of toys that are sold on the market each year there have been very few incidents which were caused by unsafe or defective toys. Most accidents are caused by improper usage or common accident such as tripping on them.

In the few cases where defective or unsafe toys have actually made it into the market they were recalled fairly quickly. But this is no reason for parents not let their guard down when buying toys.

Check The Label: Safety Labels Are A Must

The first thing that should be checked when buying a toy is whether or not is has the appropriate safety labels. The primary label in the United States would be that of the Consumer Product Safety Commission which signifies that the toy meets the minimum safety standards.

The next important labels to look for when shopping for toys would be age labels. You should always follow age guidelines, as they are an essential part of toy safety.

Most toys have age labels, even if they are not legally required. Any toy that is not suitable for children under 36 months must have a visible label stating so.

Though, in general most toys give guidance as to what age group they are designed for. These guidelines let you know what age group will benefit the most from the toy, in terms of development, fun, and understanding. Here is a brief guide of different kinds of toys and what age group they are intended for:

Under three years

For this age group the greatest threat that toys pose is a choking hazard. Most everything a baby or toddler gets their hands on, ends up in their mouth. For this reason, very small toys or toys with small parts are especially unsuitable. Be sure to keep marbles and small balls or buttons out of their reach; be careful with inflatable toys and balloons; and avoid toys with pointy or sharp edges.

Three to five years

Children of this age are full of discovery and are capable of playing with more sophisticated toys. However, you should still be cautious as certain toys could still pose a risk to them. Avoid toys made with thin plastic that might break and cause injury and still watch for small parts that they may still be tempted to put in their mouth.

Six to twelve years

By this age children will be able to safely play with almost any toy they are given. However, always read hazard warnings and instruction pamphlets for maintenance guides. For example, if you buy a trampoline you will need to carry out maintenance on it on a regular basis. If you buy a bike or skateboard for your child, you should also buy appropriate protective equipment. Always make sure you get the right size ride on toy for your child, so he/she can handle and enjoy what he/she is given.

Things can get a little complicated when you have children of varying ages. When you have lots of different toys that are suitable for varying ages you have to stay vigilant. For starters, you should teach older children to keep their toys out of reach of younger children, especially when they contain small parts and/or are breakable. It is also best if you do not put different age appropriate toys into one toy bin. Have a separate box for each child and make sure they do not swap out toys. To help keep organized, you should follow and separate based on the age labels on the toys.

In general it is a good idea to be organized and keep toys in order. Having toys lying around the house is a common cause of accidents. If you have children of varying ages, this can be dangerous and allow smaller children to get to toys not intended for their age group. Keep in mind that children are intended to play with the toys, but all maintenance, such as changing of batteries should be carried out by an adult.

Toy safety labels offer an important safeguard against dangerous toys reaching our children, but it is just as important to use your own common sense. Before purchasing a toy, examine it thoroughly yourself to make sure that it is sturdy and well constructed. Check for any sharp edges or pointy corners, especially when buying toys for younger children. For example, if you are buying a stuffed animal make sure all stitching is secure and small items like the eyes or nose will not come off easily.

If your child has an accident with a toy or you suspect a toy is potentially harmful, you should take immediate action. The first step is to take the toy out of the reach of all children. Once the child is cared for and the immediate danger has passed, you should report the toy to the appropriate authorities. You will need to keep the toy safe for examination and you should also try to provide details of where and when you bought the toy. It is important to regularly check online for toy recalls. This way you can remove a potentially dangerous toy before any incident occurs.

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OCULUS GO MAG SAFE CABLE!! Magnetic Micro USB Cable For Oculus Go Review

I show you a neat little accessory for Oculus Go, a magnetic mag safe micro USB cable. This Oculus Go accessory will prevent damage to the headset if someone trips over the USB cable while the Oculus Go is charging.

If you’re interested in this Oculus Go Mag Safe Cable, you can pick one up here (affiliate links):
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Safe Alternative To Vaniqa For Facial Hair Removal

Is there a safe alternative to Vaniqa cream for women wanting to do something about unwanted facial hair?

Yes there is! In fact, this alternative to Vaniqa was on the market some years before Vaniqa was finally approved by the FDA (Food And Drug Administration) for public distribution on prescription in the year 2000.

In the early 1990’s a lesser known company operating near Toronto in Canada by the name of Nisim International was carrying out extensive research in its laboratories for a natural herbal solution to hair loss.

In 1993 they released the NewHair Biofactors range which consisted of deep cleansing shampoos and a hair growth stimulator made from natural herbs. It received a positive write up in the Medical Post of 1993 and the article listed some impressive success results from the clinical trials. (See for the full text of the article)

In the course of this research the folks at Nisim stumbled on a way to not only stop hair loss and get hair to regrow, they also found a way to stop unwanted hair from growing by interrupting the mechanism for hair growth in the hair follicle.

This led to the release of Kalo Hair Growth Inhibitor in 1997, some years before Vaniqa arrived on the scene.

Vaniqa And Kalo Compared

There are some main differences between this alternative to Vaniqa and Vaniqa cream. For one thing, Kalo can be used by men, women and children whereas Vaniqa is only for women and girls under the age of 12 are recommended not to use it.

Vaniqa is available on prescription only, Kalo is a non-prescription hair growth inhibitor.

Some may raise a question over Kalo being a viable alternative to Vaniqa because it is not FDA approved. While that is true it is important to understand the process of FDA approval.

Vaniqa was brought to the market by two powerful giants in the personal care industry, Bristol-Myer Squibb and The Gillette Company. Will millions of dollars available they put up the necessary funding to get Vaniqa through the many years of tests and trials necessary before the FDA gives approval.

The final clinical trial results showed that 58% of women who used Vaniqa found a reduction in hair growth. That means a fairly large percentage did not see any difference.

The alternative to Vaniqa, Kalo, is produced by a small company without the massive resources available to the major pharmaceuticals. They also rely on word of mouth instead of pouring large sums into advertising. As a result, Kalo has grown in popularity and since the appearance of Vaniqa on the personal care scene, it has proven to be a viable non-prescription alternative to Vaniqa cream.

Reasonable Expectations

As with Vaniqa, Kalo doesn’t work for everyone. That’s why the company offers a money back guarantee. Given the rate of returns and refunds however, no more than about 1%, it is evident the majority of users are satisfied to a degree.

Finding an ideal method of facial hair removal is a matter of experimentation for many women before settling on the method that suits their pocket, skin sensitivity and lifestyle.

Combining the use of Vaniqa cream, or an alternative to Vaniqa such as Kalo, has helped thousands of women make facial hair removal sessions much easier and more convenient!