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  1. Not sure how well this will work in the S19, but...

    Not sure how well this will work in the S19, but I like using the EC Specter Tube Cube as a stuff sack (containing a rain jacket or underwear) in the top center and bottom front pockets.
  2. This video (https://youtu.be/VzoBdPL_mVA?t=325)...

    This video @5:30 shows a clear 3D Organizer Cube being inserted into the Synapse 25's side pocket.

    An inexpensive alternative you might want to consider is this simple toiletry bag (I have not...
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    The FAQ tab above is outdated and should point to...

    The FAQ tab above is outdated and should point to the "new" FAQ

    Beside the "scheduled" debut on Cyber Monday, there is a floating date in Spring/Summer ("The date of this debut depends on when new...
  4. Which size Snake Charmer did you pack in the...

    Which size Snake Charmer did you pack in the S25's bottom compartment: small or large?
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    To prepare for the worst case scenario,...

    To prepare for the worst case scenario, regardless of what conclusion you reach, take a self-addressed flat-rate box (small) with $6.10 in postage and padding to protect the case. If the package is...
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    Cadet in Nordic Halcyon/Iberian, larger Q-Kits,...

    Cadet in Nordic Halcyon/Iberian, larger Q-Kits, and all-fabric Snake Charmers.
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    Japan still has squat toilets in some places. I...

    Japan still has squat toilets in some places. I only saw one in Nikko. Otoh, the controls on a Toto Washlet are fun to decipher. Also be on the lookout for an automatic tap on the tank cover. Water...
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    True, Japan's voltage is 100 V and frequency is...

    True, Japan's voltage is 100 V and frequency is 50/60 Hz. Most U.S. equipment will convert internally, or do not have to because the difference is negligible.

    Although the plugs are similar, if...
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