Morning Deals

  • Amazon: Lego sale. 50% off 8 Different Items
  • Walgreens: 6 Sharpies for $2 (in-store only)
  • eforcity: iPod/iPhone charging cable for $7.99 (down from $43.99)
  • DealExtreme: iPod/iPhone charging cable for $3.46
  • Woot: It’s a woot-off!

Highlights From Dealhack

  • Best Buy: Dynex DX-LCD32 32-inch LCD HDTV $490
  • Tiger Direct: Unlocked Motorola RAZR V3 GSM Cell Phone $100
  • Buy.com: Kodak Z1285 12 Megapixel Digital Camera $90 Shipped
Verizon Wireless: “You’re All Wet.”

Verizon Wireless: “You’re All Wet.”

Katy calls Verizon Wireless when the screen on her Motorola RAZR breaks for no reason. The CSR tells her she must have gotten it wet. Katy points out that for this to have happened, an unprecedented miracle would have had to occur, in which her purse’s contents suddenly transmuted to liquid then immediately transmuted back. They strongly insinuate she’s lying.

Happy Day of Labor!

Happy Day of Labor!

Today is a bank holiday for the Gawker Media Network but that doesn’t mean that the fickle wheel of commerce stops keep spinning round. Here’s some updates on consumer’s stories we reported on last week.

Another Motorola V3i Stops Working For No Good Reason, Wants $175

Independent confirmation and the plot thickens!

Motorola V3i Stops Working For No Good Reason, Wants To Charge $175

Motorola V3i Stops Working For No Good Reason, Wants To Charge $175

ConsumerAvenger bought a Motorola RAZR v3i quad-band world cellphone on Ebay, with warranty. The phone had full bars wherever she went. Two months later, it stopped working completely.

The News; Uniquely Toxic and Loving It

The News; Uniquely Toxic and Loving It

• Apparently, Florida is at a bit of a risk for grapefruit bruising. [CT] “State Farm to hike Florida rates 53%”

Complaint: Motorola & UPS Refuse To Replace Lost RAZR

What starts with a D or maybe a P and caused Motorola to efuse to give reader Julie W. her Razr back? A mystery signature on a UPS slip! Oh, and did we mention that Julie’s house was trashed in Hurricane Katrina?

Cingular Razrs Back on Shelves

Cingular Razrs Back on Shelves

As you may recall, both T-Mobile and Cingular yanked the Motorola RAZR from the shelves due to a glitch that caused phonecalls to be dropped. Cingular has started selling them again and T-Mobile should start shortly this week.

Razrs Pulled For Connectivity Glitches. No Blood Spilt. Sorry.

Razrs Pulled For Connectivity Glitches. No Blood Spilt. Sorry.

Everyone’s all about the Razr’s “cutting edge” HAR HAR HAR super-thin construction but it looks like they might’ve left something out in the design, as glitches are causing phonecalls to drop.