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H-Lica | Human Hair Wig (Basic Cap)

H-Lica | Human Hair Wig (Basic Cap)


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Product Type:Wig
Product Weight:2.4 oz
Collection:Human Hair Wig
Cap Size:Average
Overall Length:N/A
Cap Construction:Basic Cap
Hair Type:Human Hair
Ideal Face Shape:Oval,Pear
Approximate Length:N/A


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  1. Fouch Review by solid phone

    I wouldn't normally write a review, but everyone is giving this phone a bad rap.. I think people that buy into those reviews are getting cheated out of an excellent phone. I've know several people with Razors that ALL like this much much better. The battery life is absolutely fine, and my phone is on vibrate all day. Maybe other reviewers are on the phone constantly on full blast playing mp3s and shooting video.. I don't get it. I've had this phone the better part of a year and never ran out of charge during the day. I plug it in at night. I work as an architect and am on the phone all day long and beat the living hell out of it.. which is another huge plus about this phone. It has a *sturdy* metal housing.. not thin toy crap a la razors or plastic like most phones. I don't do a lot of bluetooth, computer syncing, etc, just use the phone in a fairly conventional way, with regular camera use, and for that it is *easily* far and away the best phone I've ever owned. (Posted on 8/26/2007)

  2. Not an i-phone Review by Udini

    cest ci nest pas une i-phone. (Posted on 8/25/2007)

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