S0832 Yoga Case Cover for IPHONE 5C

S0832 Yoga Case Cover for IPHONE 5C.

Graphic Printed Hard Case For IPHONE 5C.
Hard Case Cover For IPHONE 5C – Graphic Printed Design Including Sides and Corner.

Full Wrap Sides and Corner, High Gloss, Full Photo.
The image will print in high quality on the front face and around the sides. Forged From High Grade Hard Plastic Slim-fit scratch resistant lightweight cases.
Patented photo print technology. Provides robust phone protection.

This phone case is not a sticker or cheap metal printed insert. Durable Lightweight.

The cases are not only visually stunning but are also highly practical and provide robust phone protection. Forged from high grade hard plastic, they are both durable and lightweight.
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2005 Suzuki GSX 750 F Katana Left Rear Floorboard Bracket

2005 Suzuki GSX 750 F Katana Left Rear Floorboard Bracket

The Left Rear Floorboard Bracket bolts to the frame on the left side (as you are sitting on the bike), and holds the Left Rear (passenger) Floorboard. The Condition of this part is Used.

A used Floorboard Bracket will be straight, undamaged and fully functional. Due to its location on the bike, cosmetic imperfections and blemishes that do not effect functionality may be expected.

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14kt White Gold 1.00Ct Diamond Channel Hoop Earrings

1.00Ct.T.W. Princess Cut Diamonds, 14Kt. White Gold. Diamond Hoop Earrings These gorgeous hoops are fashioned in gleaming 14Kt. White gold. They feature a full carat of sparkling Princess cut diamonds that are perfectly set in a channel setting. Also available in 14Kt. Yellow Gold. Beautiful! Gold White 14Kt. Approx Wgt 5.27gms. Width 4.5mm Length 33mm Finish Satin Diamonds Princess Cut Color Avg. HI Clarity Avg. SI Approx Carat 1.00Ct.T.W. # Of Pcs. 30 Setting Channel Availability In Stock Shipping Usually in 24 to 72 hours Notes Select Yellow Gold to order in Yellow Gold. Free Standard Shipping!. 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed!. 30-Day Return Policy. Sku# JDE17W-99
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Nikon Coolpix Digital Cameras

The Nikon Coolpix Digital Camera series first came on the market back in 1996 with the Coolpix 100 model. This was Nikon’s first consumer consumer digital camera and it boasted a whopping 0.3 megapixels, and cost around $1000 USD. Since then there have been many upgrades and improvements to the series, and the prices have dropped to a more reasonable range.To date, the Coolpix Digital Camera comes in 3 varieties.

The “P” Series, their Performance Series.
The “S” Series, their Style Series.
The “L” Series, their Life Series.Each Series have a wide range of features to chose from, and at varying prices to meet almost anyone’s needs.The “L” Series offers bargain prices without sacrificing quality. These are the least expensive Coolpix cameras but offer amazing quality (bang for the buck).The “S” Series offers you even more amazing features, but at a slightly higher price than the “L” Series. One of the “S” Series newest members is the Nikon Coolpix S1000PJ, which is the world’s first projector camera!If your needs extend beyond just a simple “point and shoot” digital camera, the Coolpix Series also includes the “P” Series, which boasts professional qualities in a smaller frame. The Nikon Coolpix P80 for example, isn’t your average point and shoot digital camera. This professional quality camera offers much that what’s price would lead you to believe and it’s easy to see why so many photographers carry this handy one as a backup to their bulky DSLRs (Digital SLR).

When And Why To Upgrade From DSL

Most small businesses begin life with a standard DSL internet service and will find their needs catered well enough. However, if or when the business begins to become more dependent on features likes VoIP or VPN access, these conventional internet services can begin to look a little sketchy in terms of quality and reliability. In fact, there comes a time in the life of most growing businesses where the delays, downtime and general ineptitude of their DSL services start to amount a bill larger than the service’s subscription bill.Time to RethinkWhen this is the case, it is time to rethink the service package the business uses and consider a T1 Line, maybe a satellite internet package or Fast Ethernet system from a leading specialist.A dedicated T3 Line,for example, represents a clear and logical step forward for most businesses. True, subscription fees will be higher than those attached to the current DSL system, but the gap between the two is closing by the day and when weighing up all the incredible advantages Gigabit Ethernet offers, there is simply no comparison between the two.Limitations of DSLWhat makes the standard DSL system so limited and thus inferior to today’s leading Ethernet over Fiber packages is the fact that it is designed from the ground up to be consumer-oriented. Roughly translated, consumer-oriented means that the service is made for casual use and is suitable for situation where the low monthly subscriptions fees matter far more than overall quality and reliability.Perhaps the biggest downside of the DSL system is the way subscribers are not offered a specific amount of bandwidth, but rather an “Up To XXX Kbps”, meaning that congestion can seriously slow things down or even bring them to a grinding halt.Downtime CostsIf congestion happens to flare up at the worst possible time and the subscriber’s credit card terminals go offline and thus result in huge losses of sales by the second, every cent of value for money the package seemed to offer goes literally down the drain.The alternative option however is the T1 Line, Ethernet over Copper or indeed any other leading Ethernet service package available today. These cutting-edge packages deliver guaranteed ‘dedicated’ bandwidth to the business – i.e. a bandwidth that never changes and is available 24/7 every single day. A full VPLS and DSL service package is simply essential for any modern business with already heavy or growing demands for strong and reliable bandwidths, particularly those looking to get the very best out of VoIP.Future-ReadyWhat’s more, any leading Ethernet provider will also be able to ‘bond’ wires together should the need arise in the future, increasing the company’s bandwidth double, triple, quadruple or as far as required. Additionally, costs for upgrades and new installations will vary considerably depending on the region on the US, but on the whole, almost all prospering business units find every penny of upgrade cost truly worth it.