6 man camping tent,Smalls Baby Onesie – 6M Navy

Perfect for my mentally challenged adult son. He is hard on electronics and just about everything else. But he loves playing his internet checkers on this. Very suitable for his use. Just hope it lasts and he doesn’t crash it in error.(Its a toy to him, his level is about 12 or so, tho he is actually 45.).The price was right considering his use for it.
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Sold By: Identitee Design
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Product Condition: New
Availability: In stock
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MSRP: $22.99
Price: $16.99
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Product Description: Identitee Design
Product Features:
  • Most orders leave our warehouse within 3-5 business days. This funny onesie works great as a gift for baby, and when bought along with a t-shirt or tank (sold separately) that says “You’re Killin’ Me Smalls” for mom or dad, aunt or uncle, or even grandma and grandpa
  • If you want a set that matches perfectly, be sure to purchase a “You’re Killin’ Me Smalls” t-shirt, tank, or toddler shirt from Identitee Design
  • Also available as a Toddler t-shirt or infant shirt, and youth tee
  • 4.5 oz., 100% combed ringspun cotton
  • Double-needle stitched rib binding on neck, sleeves, leg openings and shoulders with EasyTear label
Brand: Identitee Design
Category: Apparel
Product Type: shirt
Department: baby boys
ASIN: B07211MGJW
Color: Navy
Clothing Size: 6 Months

A good price, but these were not only a little smaller then expected, but cheaply made. They only made it 2 months of normal wearing before small holes in the fabric started appearing in both the bottoms & the tops. This same thing happened w/the several different sets of these PJs I ordered. No passing them on, only throwing them away.
A couple of quick comments now that I have had the device for a few months.

My initial Corsair one appeared to be working fine upon arrival, but the early diagnostic scan revealed a memory test problem. I contacted both Amazon and Corsair to inquire about the problem, and they quickly came to the conclusion that a new unit would be needed. While this initially was quite annoying as one expects the new computer to be fine on arrival, both support teams made replacement and returns incredibly easy.

The second unit checked out okay and has been working perfectly ever since. As someone without a ton of free time or knowledge to build their own, this computer was the perfect option. At the time of purchase, the markup was something about $200 compared to the individual components on newegg. However, this purchase also includes the support and warranty through Amazon and Corsair and for me, this was well worth the bit extra.

As for the actual unit, it has been able to handle everything I have thrown at it including simulations for work and AAA games, often at the same time. In due time, I would definitely considering repurchasing a corsair unit assuming there are no new problems or issues.

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