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Old 18-07-2016, 09:02 AM   #901
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Hi. I used mst for 3k purchase at Hoe Kee (sells appliances). No problem at all. Their terminal quite old school looking.

I also tried mst at sushi tei eu yang san tcm clinic but got a "do not honor" message.
"Do not honor" has 2 meanings behind it. The most common one is that the card you used has either reached the max credit limit or the card is no longer valid (which in this case is very unlikely cos you can see the expiry date) and the other is the terminal has been giving a lot of "Do not honor" to yourself or other customers.

The credit limit works is also another 'stupid' thing. I can remember how the sales people once explained saying that the limit is limited to daily spending. But that is a total bullshiiit. Assuming you have 1k credit limit. If you bought something with your credit card on Monday for $500, the amount will be stored or held in the "Ledger Balance" and your "Available Balance" will be $500 short. So if you attempt to buy anything with the same card on Tuesday and it more than $500, the "Do not honor" might be prompted. Because the spending limit still counts your ledger balance + current spending.

I learnt about this due to my recent school fees, I was sure I increased my spending usage. But I got denied and do not honour so many times, I called the bank and they notified me that I did some credit purchase and therefore, will not be able to do a full transaction on my school fees because it will exceed my credit limit.
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Old 18-07-2016, 09:35 AM   #902
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This is a fast charge power bank for both input at output. Think they are selling S$70+. Is not those cheap Xiaomi power bank.
Xiaomi also has fast charger powerbank. And I don't think the xiaomi ones are cheap. It's the Samsung ones who's prices are jacked up
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Old 18-07-2016, 09:48 AM   #903
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Xiaomi also has fast charger powerbank. And I don't think the xiaomi ones are cheap. It's the Samsung ones who's prices are jacked up
Yea... I wouldn't pay $78 for only 5100mAH either... Usually I would go to Qoo10 and have a lottery attempt when buying power banks...
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Old 18-07-2016, 10:45 AM   #904
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Xiaomi also has fast charger powerbank. And I don't think the xiaomi ones are cheap. It's the Samsung ones who's prices are jacked up
I don't know what are u comparing on. MI power banks are typically 5v 2.1A but adaptive fast chargers from Samsung is using adaptive fast charging 9v 1.67A. MI power bank don't use that, neither they have the 5V 3A dash charging on USB C..
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Old 18-07-2016, 11:03 AM   #905
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I don't know what are u comparing on. MI power banks are typically 5v 2.1A but adaptive fast chargers from Samsung is using adaptive fast charging 9v 1.67A. MI power bank don't use that, neither they have the 5V 3A dash charging on USB C..
Did you check the xiaomi 20000 mah new power bank
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Old 18-07-2016, 11:19 AM   #906
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I don't know what are u comparing on. MI power banks are typically 5v 2.1A but adaptive fast chargers from Samsung is using adaptive fast charging 9v 1.67A. MI power bank don't use that, neither they have the 5V 3A dash charging on USB C..
xiaomi have USB C fast charge powerbanks.

https://detail.m.tmall.com/item.htm?...35&toSite=main


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Old 18-07-2016, 02:40 PM   #907
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xiaomi have USB C fast charge powerbanks.

https://detail.m.tmall.com/item.htm?...35&toSite=main
Didn't know there is fast charge for USB C
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Old 18-07-2016, 11:47 PM   #908
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I don't know what are u comparing on. MI power banks are typically 5v 2.1A but adaptive fast chargers from Samsung is using adaptive fast charging 9v 1.67A. MI power bank don't use that, neither they have the 5V 3A dash charging on USB C..
I think Xiaomi 10000mA Slim version has fast charge 5/9/12v for both input and output port. The 20000mA one has fast charge to input but not output.

Samsung one is fast charge 5/9v for both input and output.
Capacity is depend on each habit and usage. I think 5100mA is good enough for at lease 1 charge to most handphone. Good thing for lower capacity is it also charge up faster. I have a Xiaomi 16000mA one, typically required 7 to 9 hours to get it fully charge. Is far too long to be useful unless you have 2 so that you can use the other one while one is charging.
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Old 18-07-2016, 11:54 PM   #909
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I think Xiaomi 10000mA Slim version has fast charge 5/9/12v for both input and output port. The 20000mA one has fast charge to input but not output.

Samsung one is fast charge 5/9v for both input and output.
Capacity is depend on each habit and usage. I think 5100mA is good enough for at lease 1 charge to most handphone. Good thing for lower capacity is it also charge up faster. I have a Xiaomi 16000mA one, typically required 7 to 9 hours to get it fully charge. Is far too long to be useful unless you have 2 so that you can use the other one while one is charging.
http://www.mi.com/sg/pb10000/#params

no leh i don't think so. i searched all the capacities, none of them support your mentioned parameters..
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Old 19-07-2016, 03:55 AM   #910
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http://www.mi.com/sg/pb10000/#params

no leh i don't think so. i searched all the capacities, none of them support your mentioned parameters..
u need to look at the pro version which was released a few months back.. its available on tabao xiaomi flagsip store and also thru some sellers on qoo10.

Quick Specs:
Input Voltage : 12V/9V/5V
Output Voltage : 12V/9V/5V
Input Current : 12V 1.5A/9V 2A/5V 2A(TYP)
Output Current : 10180mAh/39.19Wh(TYP)
Rated capacity : 3.6V/10000mAh(TYP)
Size : 128.5*75*12.6mm
Load detection : Auto-detect the plug-in and plug-out of devices
Weight : 223g

http://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/tech-...ype-c-charging

http://xiaomi-mi.com/powerbanks/xiao...0000mah-black/

http://en.miui.com/thread-235721-1-1.html

http://www.gsmarena.com/xiaomi_annou...blog-17086.php
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Old 19-07-2016, 04:51 AM   #911
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u need to look at the pro version which was released a few months back.. its available on tabao xiaomi flagsip store and also thru some sellers on qoo10.

Quick Specs:
Input Voltage : 12V/9V/5V
Output Voltage : 12V/9V/5V
Input Current : 12V 1.5A/9V 2A/5V 2A(TYP)
Output Current : 10180mAh/39.19Wh(TYP)
Rated capacity : 3.6V/10000mAh(TYP)
Size : 128.5*75*12.6mm
Load detection : Auto-detect the plug-in and plug-out of devices
Weight : 223g

http://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/tech-...ype-c-charging

http://xiaomi-mi.com/powerbanks/xiao...0000mah-black/

http://en.miui.com/thread-235721-1-1.html

http://www.gsmarena.com/xiaomi_annou...blog-17086.php
Aww I see.. if it's out in SG I'll whack too.
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Old 19-07-2016, 09:17 AM   #912
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Aww I see.. if it's out in SG I'll whack too.
You whack it, later spoil.

I am buying it...
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Old 19-07-2016, 11:10 AM   #913
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do you all know how ninjavan redelivers? I got a message last Sat and a missed call. but since then nothing on the delivery again, no note etc either.

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Old 19-07-2016, 11:41 AM   #914
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do you all know how ninjavan redelivers? I got a message last Sat and a missed call. but since then nothing on the delivery again, no note etc either.
It happened to me before. I called them, and enquire about my delivery and asked for ticket no (whatever term they use, still the same) purchased vendor, your name, your contact no. Then after verification I just requested it to send to my nearest self-collect location: Toa Payoh Guardian.

But in this case would be hard, you didn't buy it. You won it, so you wont have the ticket no or vendor. Hopefully your name and contact number they can trace. I still have my delivery bag, I see if I can help you with any detail. But you gotta wait until at night, cos it is at home and I am at work.
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Old 19-07-2016, 01:04 PM   #915
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do you all know how ninjavan redelivers? I got a message last Sat and a missed call. but since then nothing on the delivery again, no note etc either.
return call, no need tracking id. just tell them the phone number they use to contact you. I did that couple of times.
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