Reasonable price for Baby Protective Wall Outlet Covers Plug Socket Covers for Paris Manufacturers
Reasonable price for Baby Protective Wall Outlet Covers Plug Socket Covers for Paris Manufacturers Detail:
|Name||Baby Proofing Child Protective Outlet Plug Covers|
|Feature||Easy to install and uninstal, will not cause inconvenience in using;|
|Function||Be applicable for socket and patch board at home to prevent children from inserting articles or fingers to socket and causing danger or getting an electric shock.|
|Baby Safety Outlet Covers||Baby Safety Outlet Covers for UK||Baby Safety Outlet Covers for US||Baby Safety Outlet Covers for EU||Baby Safety Outlet Covers|
Packaging & Shipping
|Frequently Asked Questions|
Ready Samples: Free samples can sent to you, freight collect.
Custom Samples: The price is based on your artwork, print or embroidery designs, colors, and fabric materials. It can be returned when the order is confirmed.
Customer’s Design and Logo
Welcome to supply your design. Any logo can be printed/ embroidered. Pls send us your artwork and specification sheet. We’d like to do quotation for you.
Small Quantity Order
1000 sets with bulk or Eudemon current package.
5000 sets with customer design and brand.
30—-35 Days after receive the deposit.
Payment: 30% T/T in advance, balance before deliver.
FOB Ningbo or Shanghai; CIF, CNF.
|How to use our products|
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Congratulations on your new Junior! Junior will be ready to rid your floors of dust and dirt after just a few easy steps. Everything Junior needs for his first cleaning cycle is right in his box.
Each box contains:
Junior’s Quick Start Guide
your Owner’s Manual and Warranty Card,
his charging station and adapter,
2 side brushes,
a bag of screws,
a spare main brush,
a spare HEPA filter,
A pack of Bumper stickers
a flat head screwdriver,
And Junior’s cleaning tool,
Install Junior’s side brush and he will capture debris gathered along the edges of your home. To install Junior’s side brush, you will need the following materials from his box: a side brush, a flat head screwdriver, and a short screw. Flip Junior onto a flat surface and secure the side brush into the empty socket on his bottom. Keep the remaining side brush as a spare.
After you’ve installed Junior’s side brush, set him to charge. Plug the charging adapter into the side of his charging station, and place the station against a wall on a flat surface. Leave plenty of space around the station so that Junior can easily access it. To set Junior to charge, place him on his station with the silver plates on his bottom sitting on top of the nodes on his station. You may also charge Junior by plugging the adapter directly into his side.
While Junior is charging, the battery bars on his display screen will flash and the word “Charging” will light up. When Junior is fully charged, the word “Charging” will disappear and the battery bars will remain still.
Junior automatically returns to his charging station when at 15% battery life. If he is having trouble finding his station, you will need to sync it. You will only need to do this once. On the back of Junior’s charging station is a sync button. Simply hold down the sync button while at the same time flipping Junior’s side power switch ON. Junior will chirp twice to let you know the sync was a success.
You can also direct Junior’s movements and send him to his charging station using his remote. The remote uses 2 AAA batteries. If Junior does not respond to the remote’s commands, it will need to be synced. To sync Junior’s remote, simply hold down the pause button while at the same time flipping Junior’s power switch ON. Junior will chirp twice to let you know the sync was a success.
Once Junior is fully charged and synced, he is ready to clean! Clear his way of wires and other objects that may tangle his brushes, and press the GO! button on his cover. Then sit back and let Junior do the work for you!
Happy sweeping and welcome to the bObsweep family!
121 is a Chinese tier 10 medium tank.
Development of a new medium tank based on the Type 59 began in 1962. The new tank was expected to feature improvements in firepower and armor protection. However, the project was canceled shortly after. Some technical innovations were applied later, in the development of the Type 69 tank. All 121 tank prototypes were destroyed during Chinese nuclear weapon testing.
The 121 continues the Chinese tradition of installing the largest gun possible on a medium tank. The 121 is an all round improvement over the WZ-120 with improved gun handling and DPM being the main benefits.
With its 122mm gun, the 121 excels in the peek-and-boom role, and may outtrade most other medium tanks or even heavy tanks. The armor might not lend itself to proper front-line use, but as always the soup-bowl turret and angled frontal plate will extend your survivability.
The 121 is a menacing opponent for any tank in a straight close-range brawl and is flexible enough to carry games with its raw damage output. Still, expect to struggle if not fighting on your own terms – the gun handling is nowhere near the best T10 mediums.
The 121 marks the end of its Chinese medium line.
Pros and Cons
Thick turret armour offering great protection (but can be penetrated through turret cheeks at closer range)
Great traverse and turret traverse speed
Excellent camouflage values
Tied with the Object 430U for the highest alpha damage for a medium tank, yet has higher DPM
Improved normalization over most T10 mediums (due to AP as standard)
Sluggish acceleration due to below average engine power
Mediocre gun depression of 5 degrees
2nd worst default shell velocity of all tier 10 medium tanks
Poor aim-time and on-the-move dispersion
Weak lower glacis that can be penetrated by even tier 8 tanks
The 121 is superficially similar to the T-62A, being one of the many tanks descended from the T-54. It has near identical camo values, which are excellent, similar hull geometry, and similar hard stats (engine power, front turret armor). However, the high alpha gun make it a completely different vehicle. It’s ideal for those who wished they had a T-62A configured for brawling. Close to mid-range is where the 121 outperforms the T-62A. In comparison, the T-62A’s shell velocity is much higher (due to using APCR ammo over AP), offers better dispersion stats and the tank is overall more agile. The 121′s slower-moving shells, longer aim time make it sub-par at long-distance sniping. However, the 121′s accuracy is still quite decent for a chinese tank, especially in comparison to its predecessors.
Boasting the highest alpha damage among the tier X mediums, the 121 is well-stocked in raw firepower. It’s widely unknown that the 121 wields the same gun as the IS-4, a tier 10 heavy tank. Installed on a medium tank, however, the gun sports a 25% faster reload speed. This reload can be shaved down to ~8 seconds with a rammer and BIA, giving it the advantage it needs to compete in a close-range brawl. The 121′s 120mm front hull is comparable to that of the infamous T-54, and superior to that of the T-62A. As such, T-54 drivers who are familiar with the basic corner maneuver, (see here), can almost triple their armor effectiveness. Head-on and not angled, the hull is effective to around 200 pen; substantial protection against lower tiers, but otherwise average for tier 10 mediums. Also, the lower glacis is a large weakness and is easily penetrated, unlike on the T-54, where the lower glacis retains 120mm of armor.
The 121 is not for everyone. The mediocre (for a T10) gun handling can be a huge deterrence; skilled driving and experienced marksmanship are essential. The 121 can be exceptionally devastating in an aggressive, yet not-reckless, playstyle. It finds itself at home alongside heavy tanks by taking advantage of reloading enemies, friendly heavy armor, and exposed flanks. Although deadly in an one-on-one brawl, the 121 still remains a medium tank. It doesn’t have the hitpoints nor armor to spare. Keep in mind that the excellent camo values provide the 121 great flexibility on the battlefield, maximising your potential in situations where you can’t stay exposed for multiple shots.
Players who sought a medium tank that devastates in close combat and flanking, yet offers flexibility with great camo, will find vast potential in the 121.
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