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Re: [BackpackGearTest] EDIT: OR - Brunton ADC Wind - Jerry Adams

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  • jerry adams
    Thanks for the edits.   Edited, uploaded, and deleted. The edits were a bit complicated, you might want to take a quick peek at it. ... From: Andrew Buskov
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      Thanks for the edits.
       
      Edited, uploaded, and deleted.

      The edits were a bit complicated, you might want to take a quick peek at it.

      --- On Mon, 8/2/10, Andrew Buskov <rescue@...> wrote:


      From: Andrew Buskov <rescue@...>
      Subject: [BackpackGearTest] EDIT: OR - Brunton ADC Wind - Jerry Adams
      To: BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Monday, August 2, 2010, 8:53 AM


       



      Jerry,

      Here are our edits. Feel free to contact me regarding any questions you have.
      As usual;
      EDIT: Change Me
      Edit: Think about changing me
      Comment: Everything else

      Please make sure you understand all aspects of the device and report on them. Make
      needed corrections, then upload to the following directory: http://tinyurl.com/29ofmld

      AB
      ________

      > If the light button is pressed, a backlight comes on for three seconds,
      > enabling seeing it at night.
      Edit: reads weird. How about "enabling the user to better view the display at night".

      > switch units. It comes in English units. Some day I will accidentally
      EDIT: Someday, not Some day

      > change
      > the units, then I will have to figure out how to change it back.
      EDIT: If you're going to report on this feature, you really need to figure out how to
      use it. Please figure this out and amend this to your report.

      > The unit has an alarm mode and a timer mode, but I haven't figured out how
      > to
      > use these.
      EDIT: Please figure out how to use this and report it in here.

      > The listed weight is 2.4 oz (68 g) but I measured it as 1.75 oz (50 g), so
      > I'm
      > thinking the difference in weight must be the lanyard.
      EDIT: Don't think... verify. Please weigh the total unit and verify this statement.

      > there
      > was a puddle, and then the buttons quit working. I guess the lesson is
      > it's
      > waterproof, but don't leave it in a puddle.
      EDIT: If it stops working when it gets wet, it's not waterproof, it's just water
      resistant.

      > The unit quit working when it was in a puddle, but that was really my
      > fault, I
      > wouldn't expect it to survive that.
      Edit: if it's supposed to measure water speed as well, then surviving a puddle
      shouldn't be an issue.

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