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Bakeey 12 In 1 Triple Display USB-C Hub Docking Station Adapter With 2 * USB 3.0 2 * USB

$41.99

Last updated on December 31, 2021 10:28 pm Disclosure

Specifications:

Shell material: ABS + aluminum alloy

Shell color: Dark Gray

Shell mould: private mould

USB transfer rate: 5Gbps

USB-C PD: PD3.0, 20V/5A Max

SD / TF: USB2.0 multiple drive letter

RJ45 network port: 1000M network card, 100M network card, 10M network card

VGA resolution: 1080p, support HDMI + VGA simultaneous display, the resolution is 1080P

HDMI resolution: 4K * 2K 3840 * 2160 @ 30Hz 1080P @ 60hz, support HDMI + VGA display, the resolution is 1080P

3.5mm Audio Jack: 3.5mm headphone connector

Compatibility:
1. Compatible with most laptops that support DP Alt Mode(Not a full list):

for MacBook Air 2018/2019, MacBook Pro 2016/2017/2018/2019/2020, MacBook Air 2018/2019/2020,

for Huawei MateBook, Huawei MateBook X, Huawei MateBook X Pro, MateBook E,

Xiaomi Mi Air 12.5″, Mi Air 13.3″, Xiaomi Mi Pro 15.6″, Mi Game Book

for Asus U306, U321, U4100, ROG

for Lenovo Yoga 5 Pro, Miix 720, ThinkPad_X1 Carbon2017

for HP Pavilion x2, Elite book folio G1

for Dell XPS13, XPS15

for Google ChromeBook pixels, PixelBook Pen

for Microsoft Surface Book 2

2. Compatible with Type-C Tablets, like For iPad Pro 11″(2020), for iPad Pro 12.9″(2020), for iPad Pro 11″(2018), for iPad Pro 12.9″(2018), for Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e, and for Samsung Galaxy Tab S6.
3. Compatible smart phones that support DP Alt Mode(Not a full list):
For Samsung Galaxy Note 10/Note 10+/Note 9/Note 8/S20/S20+/S20 Ultra/S10e/S10/S10+/S9/S9+/S8/S8+
Huawei Mate 30/Mate 30 Pro/Mate 20/Mate 20 Pro/Mate 20 X/Mate 10/Mate 10 Pro/P40/P40 Pro/P30/P30 Pro/P20/P20 Pro
OnePlus 7/OnePlus 7 Pro/OnePlus 8/OnePlus 8 Pro
OPPO RX17 Pro in Europe/Oppo Reno 5G
For Microsoft Lumia 950/For Microsoft Lumia 950 XL

 

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20 reviews for Bakeey 12 In 1 Triple Display USB-C Hub Docking Station Adapter With 2 * USB 3.0 2 * USB

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  1. ACHEN

    The hub has a nice package. It is very light and has a small size that fit the corner of my table. Very easy to use, just plug and start ! I tried every port and all works great! This is the product that you can’t miss!

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  2. iamroberson

    It’s unfortunate that this did not work as advertised. The only options this allowed for my laptop was A:BB. Being, A screen on laptop and both external monitors as B’s. I tried many configurations (Win 10) and I am an IT professional of 20 years.I’m sure it works with some PC’s, Laptops, etc. But mine (ROG) was not one of them. Which they generally have issues with these USB-C type hubs but most vendors have explicitly listed them as β€œnot compatible”.=====UPDATE: 5/18/20=====Customer service reached out to me to attempt to iron out my issues. They sent me a new unit and power cable. After taking the time to use the unit again, it was determined that it cannot do as I need it to. After working with the customer service representative I also noticed on the product listing that it has been updated to specifically list that it does NOT support A:B:C monitor support and only A:B:B.I’m raising my review for two reasons. One, because they have now appropriately notated that they do not support the monitor distribution that I and many others wanted which will help others avoid the same issues in the future and two, because of the great customer service that was given in trying to make things right.Not every product will fit every customer’s needs but a company that will work with you to determine if it is a flaw in their product and refund you if it is not, is the best way to drive a business forward and earn a higher rating. Customer satisfaction should be a priority and I was shown that it was in my case.

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  3. Justin

    I like this hub. It’s built well and looks good, has good I/O. The only thing I don’t like is the lack of info regarding what power it needs to operate.It will not charge my devices on USB-C or 12v power alone, and does not come with a 12v power brick or adapter. Without *both* USB-C power and 12v power plugged into this, my devices constantly lost connection and would ‘restart’, in an never-ending loop of windows beeping at me and my keyboard blinking.I got this on a lightning deal but it almost wasn’t worth it as a decent 12v adapter is another $10.The adapter I bought that seems to work fine with it:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07VQHYGRD/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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  4. ChampStamp

    The media could not be loaded. Β This Hub has all the ports I need to expand the usability of my Surface Pro 7. The HDMI ports are the big upgrade for me, but having all the extra USB ports is great as well. The ethernet jack is good to have as well, but most of the time wifi does the trick for me anyways. The body of the Hub is made out of aluminum and feels premium. It isn’t super bulky and surprisingly lightweight. There is little to no flex when I squeeze the middle of the hub. I attached a video showing me using a lot of the ports all at once and it worked flawlessly. Sorry about the aspect ratio. I didn’t realize I was filming in portrait mode. You should get the idea from it none the less. Something I forgot to show in the video was that you can use the USB-C port on the Hub to charge your device as well. So far, I have nothing bad to say about this Hub. It looks nice, feels nice, and is plenty compact for travel. Big thumbs up from me. If you found this review helpful let me know by clicking the helpful button below the review. Thanks!

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  5. Scott

    I’m using this docking station with a windows pc and dual monitors. Every time I boot up the computer, it only recognizes one of the two monitors and mirrors the displays. I have to unplug and replug the docking station for the computer to recognize both monitors. Because of this issue, I have to do this every single time I reboot or turn on the computer. This is very annoying and doesn’t happen with my other docking station from another brand.I would pass on this buy if at all possible.

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  6. Nathan W.

    This is a long, in depth review, so for those who don’t want to sift through the whole thing, here’s the abbreviated version: if you’re looking for a USB Type-c docking station for your PC in this price range, just buy this one. The range of features is better than anything else in the price range.Now for the in depth.Like most of us during the pandemic, I am working from home a lot of the time. In my line of work, I really benefit from having multiple monitors. It’s a pain in the neck to have a whole bunch of USB adapters running into my laptop in order to get more than 1 external display. And since this is for my laptop, when I get home with my laptop, it usually involves plugging in at least 5 cables (power, HDMI, USB to HDMI converter, mouse, and external hub). I wanted something cleaner for my Dell Latitude E5580 running Windows 10, with maybe the ability to add a 3rd extternal monitor, with the ability to use it in the future as laptop manufacturers continue to remove ports from laptops. Enter the TDisplay docking station.Initial impressions: There is nothing special about the unboxing experience. You get the docking station itself, the power plug, and a USB Type-C to USB Type-C cable, as well as a manual. Tip here: Install the Display Link driver package BEFORE hooking it up to your computer. The docking station is sleek and lightweight, and about the size of my hand (or the size of 3-4 decks of cards).Setup: As mentioned, make sure you install the driver package before hooking it up to your computer. This would have saved me the little bit of headache that I had. Also, the first time you power up the docking station, it will turn on, and then turn itself off. This confused me before I dug into the manual a bit further. The broken English in the manual seemed to indicate that this was expected. I unplugged it, and then pressed and held the power button, and the little indicator light turned on. Also, the fact that this light is a tiny, soft white is a welcome change from the ubiquitous piercing blue light that we have come to find on electronics.From there, it’s as simple as just plugging in the hub to a USB Type C port on your laptop, and adding devices that you are using. My particular use case involves 3 monitors, and a handful of USB devices. On your first time, I might advise adding the monitor connections one at a time, just in case you run into some issues. Initially, I wasn’t able to get HDMI-1 to recognize, but I’m guessing that was due to the fact that I was hurriedly plugging things in out of excitement.Pros:- 3 displays. Not everyone will use this many, but it’s really nice to have all of these. Also, HDMI-1 is 4k if you want to push a whole lot of pixels. All 3 ports work as anticipated, and even work with a number of adapters (HDMI->DVI, DP->DVI).- Gigabit RJ-45 port. Not useful for everyone, but as manufacturers continue the march of removing ports, this is already one that is missing on a lot of laptops. Functions as anticipated.-Headphone jack. Same reasoning as the RJ-45 port, I anticipate this being removed in the future from laptops. Nice to have this. Not a must currently for me.-100W PD port. This is something that I cannot confirm the functionality of, since my current laptop (Dell Latitude E5580) still has a standard charger. However, this was one of the reasons that I bought this docking station as opposed to others that only passed everything through on a traditional USB Type-A port. This was a future-proof decision, and purposely paid a few extra bucks for it. 100W should be more than sufficient for future usage for charging a Type-C laptop, as well as running whatever peripherals you have hooked up.-SD card and Micro SD card reader. These are awesome to have, especially the micro SD reader. We’ve all torn our houses apart trying to find that stupid Micro SD card adapter for the card from your GoPro/Phone so you can get things on/off of them.-Size. This is nice and small. It shouldn’t take up much space given the nice form factor.-Temps. Given the size, I anticipated it to run a bit warm, especially with all of the electrical conversion which is going on with driving 3 displays from it. It runs warm to the touch, but nowhere near as hot as the USB to HDMI converter I used previously. This bodes well for length of usage, as cooler electronics tend to last longer.Cons:-USB Ports. While all included USB ports are USB 3.0 or above (nice touch), there are only 4 total, with 3 Type-A and 1 Type-C. I will still have to use a hub for the rest of my devices, but I anticipate that to be an edge case. Most people will only need to plug in a mouse, and maybe 1 or 2 other USB devices, and maybe charge their phone from it. If I were to make a request here, it would be to add one more port of each type.-Headphone jack. While I am glad that they included one, I have noted a slight delay in the production of sound from it. Not a lot, but slightly perceptible. I’ll correct this if this continues, or if I find this to be a livable item that I end up not noticing.-Power. Since it uses its own large barrel-style power plug, it does take up space on a power strip. I’m wondering if the manufacturer could have used a QC port to draw that 12V, thus freeing up space on a power strip, as well as making it easier for a customer to replace the plug if it gets damaged.-Labeling. The labels on the back of the device where the displays are confusing, and downright misleading. The first HDMI is indeed 4K, but it is labeled as DP (DisplayPort), when it is in fact HDMI. The second 2 displays are labeled as 2K and USB, when they are actually just 1080P and HDMI on the one and DisplayPort on the other.-Manual. I understand this is manufactured offshore, and the manual is probably a direct translation from some other language, but it is a bit difficult to understand in English. The manufacturer could probably do well to have this proofread for the English market.-Android. I could not get this to function with my Samsung Note 9. This was more something that I was tinkering with, and was not a need for me.Final thoughts: This seems like a decently built, designed, and priced docking station. There are a few features on this station that I don’t use currently, but I anticipate needing all of them in the future as laptops adjust and change in their features. It’s small enough to pack up and leave in your laptop bag (other than the power brick). It’s about on par with some of the more established brands out there. Chances are if you’re looking at this, you’re also considering something like the Dell VisionTek VT4000. This has more features to it, if you can live with only 1x4K display as opposed to the 2 that the VisionTek supplies, as well as the 4 total USB ports (1 Type C) as opposed to the 6 that the VisionTek has(No Type C).If you found this helpful, please mark it as such, so that I know that people are actually interested in this level of detail, and also so that other people can find this review easier.I will update this in 6 months with any hiccups or struggles that I have not already noted, but as of now, this definitely meets all my expectations.*Disclaimer: I was contacted to review this product. I paid for it with my own money, and this review contains my own views. I was planning on purchasing a docking station anyway.*

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  7. jvegar

    The pictures and even the title’s product show it has a DP port, but the product just has a VGA Port instead of DP port.

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  8. Tishavens

    I’ve been using this with my covid-times work from home setup for nearly 6 months now. Works great as a makeshift laptop dock at home. I do have to use my laptop’s power cable to connect it to power, so disasembly to take the laptop on the go is an extra step.But other than that, it works just fine -most of the time, i have my laptop, a wireless mouse/keyboard fob, and a monitor plugged into it. Usually and HDMI monitor, but when I visit my parents, i can plug my mom’s extra monitor with the older-school pin-connector. Both work great.

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  9. Tanisha

    This works like a champ. I now have three monitors for my HP laptop (laptop screen and two HP monitors) and they all can have different views. It’s exactly what I wanted to have. The negatives about the product is that the USB-C doesn’t work. I had to keep that plugged into one of my USB ports on my MacBook for my mouse to work and also for my number pad to work. But my wireless keyboard and monitors HDMI cords work from it. Another negative is that it gets extremely hot to the touch. I unplug it from my computer at night just to be on the safe side so there won’t be a fire or electrical surge that will destroy my laptop. It might not happen but better to be safe than sorry. Other than that it seems to be working well.

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  10. SoCalDogfather

    EDIT: I sadly have to downgrade my rating for this dock, due to a couple of glaring problems. 1) I have yet to be able to connect and use two monitors through this dock at the same time – so am forced to use the HDMI port on my laptop for the primary monitor. Which brings me to 2) there is a significant difference in color saturation and clarity between a direct connected monitor and one that passes through this dock. Finer typefaces look a bit hazy, and colors are washed out. I’ve tested this back and forth between two monitors and different cables, and the issue follows the dock 100% of the time. Not so bad it’s unusable, but bad enough that spending over $100 on this is of dubious value. Better to just grab a known quantity like Dell for just a bit more…ORIGINAL REVIEW:Nice looking dock with the full compliment of ports. Case is aluminum, giving it a fairly luxurious feel. Includes a USB-C cable to connect to the computer as well as a rather inconveniently large “wall wart” power adapter. (They should really do away with those power strip-hogging devices already) Little rubber feet and an ample weight help the dock stay put on the desk after plugging everything in.All ports work well for me, save for one use case: connecting HDMI 1 to a monitor via HDMI to DVI cable. Works fine on HDMI 2, but not 1, and I’m not sure why. But this is one monitor/cable combo among others tested, so I can forgive that.All in all, it’s a nicely made dock that compares favorably to the likes of Dell – but only time will tell if it lasts as long. At over a hundred dollars, it’s a bit cheaper than buying name brand, though not extremely so. That said, I am so far very pleased with the value of this purchase. Will amend my review if anything changes.

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  11. Michael

    I’ve been a Network Engineer for over 20 years. Having cut my teeth on Windows, once Macs were being developed on Unix, I had to switch and I’ve never gone back. But being deep into IT, I am very particular about my hardware and in the case of port replicators, they need to meet specific demands before I will even consider buying one.I spent HOURS going over all of the various port replicators that are Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) and I settled on this one.My main complaint about port replicators, in general, is that virtually all of them include USB 2.0 ports and that makes absolutely no sense what so ever. The only PHYSICAL difference between a USB 2 and 3 port is that 3 ports are blue. Other than that, they are 100% backward compatible in every way, including the cabling that you can use.This port replicator ONLY has USB3 ports (as far as USB ports go) once I saw that I immediately realized that these guys are forward thinkers and they GET IT! Then, I started reading some of the reviews and realized that the negative reviews are not negative because there is something wrong with this product, but they are negative because the person who bought it didn’t hook it up properly and now they are complaining because they can’t read directions and somehow this hardware is supposed magically figure out that they don’t know what they are doing and fix itself …So it’s REALLY SIMPLE to connect this device properly:1) Connect the power cable that comes with the unit to the unit.2) Connect the Macbook Pro power cord to the port that says PD (power distribution) – YES, leave the Macbook power cord plugged into your wall too. YES, this means you will have two power sources plugged into the device …. that’s OK, it was designed to work this way. The PD port is actually just passed through the device onto your laptop, it is not actually used by the port replicator itself.3) Use the cable that they provide in the box, and connect it to the front of the unit to the port that says PC then connect the other end to your laptop.THAT’S IT! Literally, after I did that, every port works on my Macbook Pro as though it were natively installed from the factory.I tested the Ethernet port, the SD card slots, the headphone jack, the USB-3 ports (including connecting USB-3 hubs, multiple external hard drives, Arduino’s, etc.), and the HDMI ports. I should note that I don’t have a 4k capable monitor, but this thing works so beautifully, I can’t imagine that there would be any problem getting a 4K display working at full resolution.And YES, I do have HDMI working in EXTENDED mode to a single monitor – I don’t have access to a third monitor here at the house to test that feature, but the manual says it’s definitely doable both mirrored and extended. In fact, the manual seems to indicate that you can have three external displays all in extended mode.This was the winner for me, and I know I made the right choice. The price is actually decent considering what you get.I would highly recommend this device to anyone in the market for a port replicator/docking station and I would buy from this company again because their engineering is top quality.Also, the device is physically built VERY solid … in fact, it feels so sturdy, I would imagine it could survive being run over by a car … seriously.

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  12. i_reader

    Update 4/9/21: I was contacted by the vendor asking me to take down this truthful review so that it would not adversely affect his business. I have to wonder if if he has succeeded in getting others to do so, resulting in a misleading good rating. He claims to have switched suppliers to avoid problems such as mine in the future. β€œWe have already changed to another manufacturer to ensure the better qualityand service according to your review.” Hopefully future buyers will not run into the issues I had, but I will not take down a review to help a vendor fool shoppers.Original: The hub was unstable in my usage (2 HDMI 1080p 60hz monitors, ethernet, keyboard, mouse on a new Dell Inspiron 7405). It would get quite warm to the touch with both monitors connected. The ethernet (and, occasionally, the monitors) would not be sensed unless I rebooted the PC after plugging in the hub. Sometimes, brushing up against the attached cable was enough to cause the hub to disconnect/reconnect, requiring a reboot of the PC to get everything working again.Unsure whether my unit was defective or whether some of the issues are design flaws. Returned.

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  13. Anthony

    I recently purchased a new XPS computer. When I ordered it, I didn’t pay real close attention to the specs, outside of the main things that I was interested in. When I received the computer, I was highly upset that it did not have a number keypad on it, and I about panicked when I saw that it had no USB ports at all, and no ethernet port. I was on the verge of returning it, and trying to understand what kind of engineer thought that it would be a good idea to come up with the most expensive computer on the market and leave off some of those most basic features that are available on most laptops.I contacted Dell and was speaking with a representative, who recommended a Dell docking station. I checked out the link, and it was $229 for their docking station, which did not have half of the features that this one has. My blood pressure spiked again as I informed the representative that I would see what I could find on Amazon.So after comparing docking stations on Amazon, I decided to go with this one. All I can say is “wow”. This thing is amazing. It works flawlessly with my new computer. In my office I always connect to the internet using an ethernet cable, and the port on this device works great. I am able to plug in literally everything I normally plug into a computer using this device, including a new wireless USB number keypad. It’s really hard to believe that such a device is able to do so much while being plugged into one single port on the computer.I could not be happier with this purchase, which was a fraction of the cost of the Dell docking station with less options, and this device prevented me from returning this outrageously priced new computer.I bought the 4 year warranty for an extra $10 because this docking station is crucial to the use of this computer, so if it for some reason doesn’t last those 4 years, I’ll just get a replacement, free of charge.

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  14. Erin

    I got this adapter mainly to use two screens with my new MacBook with the M1 chip. The current workaround is to use a DisplayLink software and compatible adapter to use more than one monitor. This was one of the most affordable and versatile adapters I could fine, that also included useful features like memory card slots, two USB ports and could work with multiple laptops – USB-c link or USB.Overall, I’d recommend this device, but make sure you understand how you’ll want to use it and ensure that the set-up will work for you. I’ve only had this device for a few days and may find some workarounds to better suit it to my needs, but here are my initial thoughts.If using with MacBook with M1 chip, you must use DisplayLink with this device. It will not work with multiple screens without the DisplayLink software. The DisplayLink software will trigger a warning that “your screen is being recorded.” I hadn’t seen this previously and was understandably confused and concerned by this warning, but upon researching found that that’s a requirement for the software to work.Notes for MacBook users:1)From what I can tell, on a Mac, only HDMI 1 will extend. HDMI 2 will just mirror. In order to use two screens, along with my laptop, I have to use HDMI 1 and a VGA adapter. In my experience, using both HDMI’s has only allowed me to mirror my screen.2) My previous set-up was two monitors and I used my laptop in “clamshell mode” (closed). If I close the lid now, it goes into sleep mode. I’ve read that this is possible with the latests Mac OS, but have yet to get it to work. For now, I have to leave it slightly open, which can be a bit annoying trying to navigate the cursor between screens, or if the lid accidentally closes.3) The VGA adapter doesn’t have the option to screw in like most. It’s a secure fit, but if you adjust the device or your laptop at all, you’ll likely lose the connection.

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  15. Jason Czaplicki

    This product was fairly easy to set up, but I was having issues with displaying flickering when the lids of my MacBooks were closed. Digging through the support page didn’t help as most of the support centers around issues prior to Big Sur, but I finally discovered this small blurb:”Clamshell mode (lid closed) is supported on computers using Apple M1 silicon with external power connected (e.g. Apple macbook power adapter or docking station with charging capability) on macOS Big Sur version 11.1 and later. Clamshell mode is not supported on Intel-based macbooks, this is under development.”This is a bit of a letdown since I use this for work and my desk isn’t really big enough to support two monitors in addition to having my MacBook opened all the time.Other than that, it functions properly and works on my 2013 MacBook Pro and my 2018 MacBook Pro. I’m hoping in the near future claim shell function is fully supported with Intel-based models, as this was a key feature for me in buying this product.On the plus side, I’ve had a nuisance of an issue with displays swapping positions when docking and undocking my MacBook when using other display hubs. This one hasn’t had that problem (so far).

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  16. Nathan R.

    The media could not be loaded. Β The usb C port didn’t work. I know it’s just for pass through charging, but that didn’t work. The other ports seemed to work ok, but if you check my video it too a really long time to recognize the external hard drive after plugging it in. I wanted to like it, but it literally didn’t work. Ps, you have to download a driver from a website to use it, which is kinda lame, but they include instructions on where to go for it.UPDATE, I have received about 6 exact emails which I responded to them to tell them to stop emailing me… here is what it says:β€œ Dear Amazon customers,Thank you for your purchase and take the time to write product reviews. The product you bought is an USB C Hub. We are deeply sorry that the product you received is defective, and would like to know if we can refund you.Customer reviews are important to us, and we value your response. All responses will be used to further improve the quality of our services and products.If you don’t mind deleting your comment, we can refund you $50 for the trouble. We are a very small business and it depends on the comments of dear customers like you. Without your help, we would not be able to survive. Please give us a chance to do better next time. If you are very disappointed in us and do not want to communicate product issues, please feel free to let us know and we will not contact you again.Please let us know how we can assist you in solving your problem.Customer Service Team”

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  17. Dylan (verified owner)

    Good product.

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  18. Alan (verified owner)

    Highly recommend this.

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  19. Mason (verified owner)

    The product is firmly packed.

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  20. Kaden Arabic (verified owner)

    Good quality.

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