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By ScooterTalk
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2drnslik wrote:
Mon Aug 13, 2018 2:27 am
I tried to load picture but it is too big
It's probably best the picture wouldn't upload. I'd prefer not to see someones underwear first thing on a Monday morning. :lol:

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2drnslik wrote:
Mon Aug 13, 2018 2:27 am
an example of why hand sanitizer or glove are needed, saw and took a picture of underwear on handle bars..I tried to load picture but it is too big
:lol: :lol: :lol: I'd love to see this.
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By kawfey
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Be weary of picking up birds near the entrances of apartment complexes; one I found was dripping in fresh dog urine.
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By Nottinghaam
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There's a couple things that could be very useful but not absolutely necessary to Bird Chargers that I can recommend:

Automatic Pro: Trip Logging, Parking Tracking, Crash Alert, Business Tagging, Fuel Cost Analysis, and more, all in a device that connects to your OBD-II port.

Elgato Eve Energy: Apple HomeKit Enabled, Power Consumption, and Cost Analysis.
There are similar devices that are compatible with other platforms but I know that this can handle controlling a power strip with 6 Birds plugged in. I have occasionally had issues with my chargers overheating and shutting down during the night resulting in a mad dash to get birds up to 98% battery. This allows me to schedule shut downs and restarts of the chargers after a few minutes every few hours to keep this from happening.
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Nottinghaam wrote:
Wed Aug 15, 2018 4:08 pm
There's a couple things that could be very useful but not absolutely necessary to Bird Chargers that I can recommend:

Automatic Pro: Trip Logging, Parking Tracking, Crash Alert, Business Tagging, Fuel Cost Analysis, and more, all in a device that connects to your OBD-II port.

Elgato Eve Energy: Apple HomeKit Enabled, Power Consumption, and Cost Analysis.
There are similar devices that are compatible with other platforms but I know that this can handle controlling a power strip with 6 Birds plugged in. I have occasionally had issues with my chargers overheating and shutting down during the night resulting in a mad dash to get birds up to 98% battery. This allows me to schedule shut downs and restarts of the chargers after a few minutes every few hours to keep this from happening.
Added to the list. Thank you for the recommendations.
By DmpstrrrDvrrr
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I wear gloves daily anyway for other projects and tasks, but definitely finger-less gloves are by far the best for Bird hunting because you can still use your phone! Really you only need one hand to have finger-less gloves, maybe even just a finger :o haha but yeah, I've yet to find a pair of touchscreen enabled gloves that actually work, especially if they get wet.

To comment on the tarp, it also comes in handy when covering Birds in the back of a pick-up when it's raining since they're not waterproof.

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