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It’s because of the lithium battery. However I just received a remote control car I bought from Amazon that cost $20 and it had lithium batteries. The packaging it arrived in said “Lithium ion batteries in compliance with Section II of PI966” I also talked to my postmaster and he said the post office will ship lithium … see more It’s because of the lithium battery. However I just received a remote control car I bought from Amazon that cost $20 and it had lithium batteries. The packaging it arrived in said “Lithium ion batteries in compliance with Section II of PI966” I also talked to my postmaster and he said the post office will ship lithium batteries if people go about it the right way. When a seller won’t ship to Alaska its because they don’t want to go through the hoops to ship lithium batteries here. see less It’s because of the lithium battery. However I just received a remote control car I bought from Amazon that cost $20 and it had lithium batteries. The packaging it arrived in said “Lithium ion batteries in compliance with Section II of PI966” I also talked to my postmaster and he said the post office will ship lithium batteries if people go about it the right way. When a seller won’t ship to Alaska its because they don’t want to go through the hoops to ship lithium batteries here.
Linda
· November 27, 2019
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Mine never came with a lightning cable.
IRIS
· September 24, 2019
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If you buy anything on amazon go through prime so you can return right away if you get a fake. I take everything up to apple as soon as I purchase to see if the warranty is valid. That is how you will know if it’s a fake if they won’t honor it. I have purchased five apple products from amazon and all of them are fully … see more If you buy anything on amazon go through prime so you can return right away if you get a fake. I take everything up to apple as soon as I purchase to see if the warranty is valid. That is how you will know if it’s a fake if they won’t honor it. I have purchased five apple products from amazon and all of them are fully authentic per the apple store. Even with that said of course they always try to encourage you to spend the $30-40 more to buy from their store instead of amazon because apparently they’ll do more to service you if something goes wrong with something they sell to you. see less If you buy anything on amazon go through prime so you can return right away if you get a fake. I take everything up to apple as soon as I purchase to see if the warranty is valid. That is how you will know if it’s a fake if they won’t honor it. I have purchased five apple products from amazon and all of them are fully authentic per the apple store. Even with that said of course they always try to encourage you to spend the $30-40 more to buy from their store instead of amazon because apparently they’ll do more to service you if something goes wrong with something they sell to you.
TIPSKITop Contributor: Watches
· January 17, 2020
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This is generally how technology works, for example a graphics card needed to play a play a game similar to a playstation 1 game in the early 90s was probably about the same price as a graphics card in 2019 to play the latest cutting edge virtual reality game or crysis.
GiveMeCoffee
· August 23, 2019
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Water profit? My assumption is you’re asking are the Apple Airbods water proof. No, but they are water & sweat resistant. I work out 3-4x week, sweating profusely (lol) and the product works just fine.
Arturo McDowell
· May 15, 2019
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These cases are full-grain leather and protect AirPods as well as allow wireless charging through them. https://www.amazon.com/Twelve-South-AirSnap-Burnished-leather/dp/B07C6LFSHN/ref=pd_rhf_ee_p_img_10?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=2WRWKQST1SV21PSV387N
Twelve South
· August 6, 2019
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I had airpods and they worked fine with any device that's bluetooth compatible, even my old Dell laptop. I don't use Apple products and they've worked with my Samsung phones just fine. Anyone who says you need Apple products only is misinformed
Calikat
· December 26, 2020
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I ordered mine May 11th. The delivery date was scheduled for today (May 28th) but I received an email that it has changed. Still don’t have them and have no idea when I will. Now I wish I would have bought them from Bestbuy. $20 more but I would’ve had them on the 15th.
Justin A Rodriguez
· May 29, 2019
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The AirPods itself are 2nd generation I believe since it has the “hey Siri” option but I don’t think the case is because the LED light is on the inside (which is the 1st generation). 2nd generation case has the LED light on the outside.
Amazon Member
· December 26, 2019
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It's about the charging way, this one cannot be charged wirelessly directly. I have an AirPods case cover from Allas, it can make my old AirPods charged wirelessly.
Ana Trinque
· September 1, 2019