They came back to Kickstarter again on 1st January 2015 and this time around it was successfully funded on 18th January 2015. They raised a total of £31,524 from 658 backers out of their initial goal of £1,000.
I always wanted to get the Nomad Universal Cable as it is the only rugged 3-in-1 cable that supports Lightning, USB-C, and Micro USB.
The core cable is USB-A to Micro USB with two attached tips, an MFi certified Lightning tip and a USB-C tip.
It was my first visit to South Korea, and I have no idea what to buy there. I heard from my friends that guys have not much stuff to buy from South Korea.
One of the lifehacks that my friend Chee Aun taught me was to go to Airfrov and see what people are requesting to buy from other countries. For the unaware, Airfrov is a platform to get travelers to bring back overseas products.
My exams ended on the 6th May 2009 and immediately after that, went for some retail therapy and bought a Nintendo Wii from Qisahn.com located at 545 Orchard Road #05-07, Far East Shopping Centre. It was kinda of a last minute decision to buy Wii which happens on the day before while studying for my Statistics & Probability (ST2334) paper.
The 3 of us, myself, Suqin and Kelvin (for his girlfriend’s birthday) bought the Wii together. We thought that buying 3 Wii together there would be discount, but unfortunately that is not the case. I spent a total of S$390 on this while Suqin and Kelvin each spend S$378 because they did not get the 3rd party component cable. Hong Jun also helped to inject some money into the economy by buying Wii Fit (that will be my next buy) and Weiquan bought some board games.