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Old 22nd February 2010, 16:02   #316
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Cost wise, is there any savings if we order the combi pack.

I hope it is alright to do a credit card transaction in ebay, i have not done any and this would be my first purchase in ebay.
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Combination pack will have something free (gift)offer from the company.
When I bought the pack of and 4 items (Duster, mini Duster, Magic Wipe and Magic glove), I got jopasu car wash (shampoo) free.

I have done many transactions with ebay and so far no problem in authorising payment by credit card.!
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so that means they have changed the courier service from ON Dot to DTDC. Hope now the parcels will come on time!
So, Jopasu started caring the buyers?
its, nice to hear that, he has moved to a reliable service now
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i know this thread is mainly based on the duster but would the bhpians who bought other car products along with the duster do reviews and opinions!!

i havnt been use any car care products in particular yet and would like to know if the whole package products are worth buying!
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i know this thread is mainly based on the duster but would the bhpians who bought other car products along with the duster do reviews and opinions!!

i havnt been use any car care products in particular yet and would like to know if the whole package products are worth buying!
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If it helps?

I have purchased following products for my car:

from jopasu:
1-Car Duster (for external use - very very useful)
2-mini Duster ( for internal use)
3-Magic Wipe (microfibre cloth which wipes very nicely)
4-Magic Glove (a glove made in microfibre cloth which is good for
dashborad/console cleaning -wet or dry basis)
5-Car Wash (shampoo) - car shine well after washing with this shampoo.
(this item is a free offer from jopasu when you buy the combination
pack of above 4 items)


From other sellers:

1-Digital Tyre gauge (solar+battery powered)
very good to read the tyre air pressure at home

2-Turbo 300psi Air compressor (witih built in pressure gauge)
good for emergencies and also can use it at home.

Both above devices working fine.
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3-Magic Wipe (microfibre cloth which wipes very nicely)
4-Magic Glove (a glove made in microfibre cloth which is good for
dashborad/console cleaning -wet or dry basis)
can the 'magic wipe' be used for wiping glass screen or just the metal parts?
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can the 'magic wipe' be used for wiping glass screen or just the metal parts?
Magic wipe is nothing but a microfibre cloth..it can be used for dry wiping any non-greasy surface and wet wiping for slight-greasy surface as well (but not the engine/bonnet area).

The magic glove is again the same microfibre cloth but in a glove shape which can be worn in the palm..very usefull for cleaning the glasses from inside since more pressure can be applied to corner/curved areas.

All microfibre clothes should be generally washed in warm soap water solution and dried in shade. Care should be taken to ensure that rough surfaces are cleaned using this, otherwise the fibres on the cloth will tend to get disfigured. As such, it will start losing the dust "suction/trapping" feature.
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Does the package come with instructions on usage and maintanence (read as washing the duster)?
It says wash it in cold water with a detergent .

Regarding usage, shake it well after and before use , and don't use it on wet surfaces.

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can the 'magic wipe' be used for wiping glass screen or just the metal parts?
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Yes, it can be used for wiping glass etc (its like a cloth only but more effective in wiping than normal cloth)
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1-Digital Tyre gauge (solar+battery powered)
very good to read the tyre air pressure at home
2-Turbo 300psi Air compressor (witih built in pressure gauge)
good for emergencies and also can use it at home.
can we more insight on these, may be these are my next targets
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can we more insight on these, may be these are my next targets
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If you want to see the Tyre pressure gauge - please see my thread
where I have posted the photographs/details of this device.

for Turbo Air compressor - see the photgraphs here:

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I bought this product from ebay, 3/4 months back.
For update price etc, you may visit ebay listings.?
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^^^ Is the gauge accurate?
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If you want to see the Tyre pressure gauge - please see my thread
where I have posted the photographs/details of this device.
is this device practically useful for filling up air especially for flat tyres.
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Yes, it looks accurate. ( I did double check with a nearby tyre shop).
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is this device practically useful for filling up air especially for flat tyres.
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Thats what the company claims.
I have not tried with a flat tyres. But when I last checked, all the tyres of my car were showing a pressure of 24/25psi and from there I filled up air upto 31.5psi. But it is not fast as you fill up at the petrol pump air compressors. just to fill up 6.5psi air, it took almost 2/3 minutes continuous working.

Also this pump can be used for filling air for cycle tyres, rubber rafts, Balls(football,vollyeball etc). extra nozzle adapters and sports needles were provided alongwith the compressor.
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Recently i brought JumpStarter kit with Air compressor from ebay Global shopee, and it air compressor works great with its built in battery. Check out my review here

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...ml#post1736311 (Jump Starters for Auto Transmission Vehicles)
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