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Rumer | HF Synthetic Wig (Basic Cap)

Rumer | HF Synthetic Wig (Basic Cap)


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Product Type:Wig
Product Weight:4.8 oz
Collection:Synthetic Pure Stretch Cap
Cap Size:Average
Overall Length:16"
Cap Construction:Basic Cap, Skin Part
Hair Type:Heat-Friendly Synthetic Hair
Ideal Face Shape:Diamond,Oblong,Oval,Round,Square
Approximate Length:Front 5" | Crown 9' | Sides 6" | Back 16" | Nape 8"


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  2. Great phone - unless you are outside or in the car Review by Sheridan

    I only needed a basic phone - no MP3, camera, or FM radio. This phone delivered with great reception, good sound quality, great battery life, and a very small size. Inside a building it works great. Why the low score? The tinted plastic over the display makes it impossible to see the display outdoors and in the car. If the sun is out, forget it! I even managed to figure out how to remove all of the wallpaper backgrounds and to maximize the contrast. Still, don't plan to use this outdoors. Nokia should recall this product to replace the tinted cover. Update: Yesterday this phone took was accidently dropped onto a very hard ceramic tile floor and it still works perfectly! A similar drop ended the life of my digital camera a few months ago. So, if I were to rate this cell phone now I would give it 3 stars, maybe even 4 stars. I like reliable, sturdy stuff and this cell seems to be unusually well made. (Posted on 8/26/2007)

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