Influenster VoxBox: Speed Stick Gear

 

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Note: The product reviewed in this post has been sent to the writer complimentary for testing and reviewing purposes from Influenster.

Since I got the Speed Stick VoxBox from Influenster, I spent a good amount of time testing out the new Speed Stick Gear. And I must say that it’s much better and what I used just before. It is a decent deodorant that works well when you need it to.

According to the packaging, Speed Stick Gear solid antiperspirant uses DryCore technology that gives you 48HR sweat protection. I personally wouldn’t suggest anyone to go two days without deodorant, and I didn’t test it for 48 hours. But I’m wearing it daily as of this post and it manged to hold up after hard day’s word and even after a workout.

I tried out two different scents from the Speed Stick package: Fresh Force and Clean Peak. Both scents are good but I prefer Fresh force. There is a third scent called Cool Motion, but that wasn’t in the package I received.

If you are looking for a new deodorant to get you throughout the day, try out the new Speed Stick Gear. It is definitely a step above a lot of what out now.

2013 Year In Review

2014 has finally arrived, meaning that 2013 is no more. So a year in review recapping some of my key moments of the now gone year.

Conventions, Conventions, Conventions.

Despite my demanding schedule of my day job, I managed to go to some conventios. MAGFest gets no major complaints from me. PAX East was fine, although I spent a lot of time at the Sirlin Games table.

New York Comic Con was bittersweet. I managed to meet two of my favorite cosplayers Jessica Nigri and Yaya Han. I met the original voice of Ash from Pokemon. I played in Ubisoft’s The Next Level. This year was kinda soiled since I missed out on some panels because of campers.

StreetPass Time

I have strongly participated in StreetPass groups though I have never became an official staff member. That changed when I was offered to run the Twitter for StreetPass Long Island. Then I would participate in events such as the Pokemon Gen V send-off, National StreetPass Weekend and the popular Zelda Archery competition.

A Few Wins Under My Belt.

For the past couple of years I have been playing this card game from Sirlin Games called Yomi. I have gotten so good at it I have placed third in the PAX East tournament (my first tournament ever for Yomi), and two tournament wins online.

Plus, I won a random tournament for WindJammers, which I’ve never heard of let alone play. A win is a win, right?

On the Write Track

In addition to writing movie reviews for NerdSpan, started writing for a gaming site called Put That Back. I haven’t been as productive on either of those sites as I should have. I hope change that this year.

That’s it for my 2013 Year in review! Happy 2014!

Largest Vulpix Collection

It has been over a year since my last run on RecordSetter. So I thought I kind of sneak back in the scene with Pokemon X.

For some random reason I started breeding for a Vulpix with good stats. When I finally got a keeper, I was left with 109 Vulpix in my stable. I I figured that to make a record out of it.

Be sure to check this record out on RecordSetter.com and be sure to comment!

So I Won a Random Tournament in WindJammers

This weekend at Jaxel-Dome I won a random tournament in WindJammers. I had no idea what that game was. But I sat down and started throwing them Frisbees like there was no tomorrow.

Then I made it to the finals with fellow Empire Arcadia member KDZ. He was clearly my toughest opponent but I pulled through.

Check out the video I posted and check out the commentary I give in loser’s finals match.

#StreetPass NYC/LI Zelda-Themed Archey Competition

Over the weekend I took part in the Legend of Zelda- themed archery competition that features members and staff from StreetPass New York City and StreetPass Long Island (I’m part of the SPLI staff). It was a fun event overall and it has sparked my interest in archery in general. Of course there were the StreetPass tags, too. :P

If you want to check out more pics of the event check out the post on StreetPass Long Island’s blog! If you want a second archery event be sure to let us know!