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  • Not my call to make. I just noticed that we had an "Accessories" category and that, as this product is an add-on to another product, an actual flashlight, being purchased it is an "accessory." I saw the "Nite Ize Flashlight Friend" being in the accessories, and thought it was pretty lonely in there, being the only review :) For the benefit of our readers, you could also just put...
    Andy Mytys Apr 24, 2006
  • The OR was posted in "Flashlights - LED" Shouldn't it have been under "Accessories?" It's not a standalone light, but something that is used with another flashlight.
    Andy Mytys Apr 21, 2006
  • Right. But, in the HTML you've got posted at http://www.backpackgeartest.org/reviews/test/TESTS/Zulu%20Review/ You have a link to Gregory's "Exo•Frame™" and Auto•Cant™ pages, and those links to not point to the top-level. These links aren't allowed. I see someone already caught the issue where your link http://www.gregorypacks.com actually points to the Asolo site. --- In...
    Andy Mytys Apr 3, 2006
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  • --- In BackpackGearTest@^$1, "colonelcorn76" wrote: > > David, > Looks good. You can upload it to BGT at this url: > http://www.backpackgeartest.org/reviews/Packs/Internal%20and% 20External%20Framed%20Backpacks/Gregory%20Zulu%20Pack/ > Didn't see it addresed in any of the edits - the HTML for this review, http://www.backpackgeartest.org/reviews/test/TESTS/Zulu% 20Review, has a few...
    Andy Mytys Mar 31, 2006
  • --- In BackpackGearTest@^$1, "edwardripleyduggan" wrote: > > Added Weight of Upgrade: 0.1 oz (3 gm), Nite Ize 3 LED light array > and reflector > > ### EDIT: Please add the actual measured weight of the separate > Night Ize unit, if possible (assuming that taking the components > out is not a huge hassle). I do realize that this is not as > relevant as the added weight, but it's...
    Andy Mytys Mar 12, 2006
  • --- In BackpackGearTest@^$1, "pamwyant" wrote: > > > I do not have the means to weigh the tool, but I have noted that > > my size measurements match the manufacturer's specs. > > Sam, as Andrew posted, the weight is pretty much a requirement for > any review. If you plan to be a tester, it is required for tests. > Many US post offices have scales accessible in the lobbies, even...
    Andy Mytys Mar 12, 2006
  • --- In BackpackGearTest@^$1, "edwardripleyduggan" wrote: > > Incidentally (and irrelevantly) I now see 2000 uses specified here > and there. Makes me wonder if someone sat there clicking the thing. > Must have got sore fingers... > Yeah, that's what the website says. Could be a typo. In general, if given the choice whether to quote a published manual, or something from a website, I...
    Andy Mytys Mar 10, 2006
  • --- In BackpackGearTest@^$1, "edwardripleyduggan" wrote: > > I was merely wondering if you could add a sentence indicating that the > instructions bear the imprimatur of Four Seasons Survival, that's all. > Merely reinforces the message that they are the mfr., which isn't > obvious from the website. A comment on the quality and utility of the > instructions would be nice, too. > OK...
    Andy Mytys Mar 9, 2006
  • --- In BackpackGearTest@^$1, "edwardripleyduggan" wrote: > > Could you perhaps add a sentence regarding the instructions and > their origin? > Can you be more specific? I just don't understand what we're trying to acheive that isn't already in the report. As it stands today, the report includes the statement, "The Four Seasons Survival Spark-Lite Fire Starting kit is composed of a...
    Andy Mytys Mar 9, 2006
  • Thanks Rick, So, it's OK to just leave ORs that are "locked" floating out there until a periodic cleanup hits, rather than pestering this group that file X needs to be deleted? Of course, I delete my own files, when I can. --- In BackpackGearTest@^$1, Rick wrote: > > I know that the edit team has been trying to get to ORs very quickly in > the recent past. Usually the editing is...
    Andy Mytys Mar 8, 2006