Category: Reviews

This page is a collection of all my reviews on MoTwister.PH.

Review: GoPro Blackout Housing

I featured this on the Spotlight section of the blog a few days back, and it just arrived in the mail a few days ago.  So for a closer look at the Blackout Housing by GoPro, here you go.

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Review: Inflight 200 Air France B747-400

In the past few weeks I’ve had several planes land at home for review, and though a few PAL birds have arrived, I’m going to save those for the next coming weeks as I’ve decided to showcase here the Air…

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Review: Infamous: Second Son

If you’re an Infamous fan, you can stop reading and go out and buy the game. On second thought, you probably already have it. For the rest of you, Infamous: Second Son is the strongest entry in a series that has been…

Review: The Beast, by Saddleback Leather

I have certainly experienced a fair share of broken suitcases throughout my travels.  On several occasions, I would purchase a new high-end suitcase in one city, to only have it come out with dents or in pieces at the baggage claim…

Review: Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes

Despite the slightly misleading title, Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes is not Metal Gear Solid V. It’s a prologue to what will eventually be considered the real Metal Gear Solid V, called The Phantom Pain. It’s also the first…

Review: The Origami by 4moms

When I came up with the idea of having this review blog, I thought that it would be just a collection of articles and videos of things relevant and fun to me.  As I started to let people and companies…

Review: The Squared Backpack by Saddleback Leather

I generally consider myself as a hardcore city guy.  I find the busiest neighborhoods of the biggest cities and will rent/buy a place and call it home.  City living can get rather predictable too – big brands, fancy gadgets, quick meals, the…

Review: Rawlings Primo Baseball Glove

Occasionally what I’ll be doing here on the blog is review products that have been in my possession, not something brand spanking new.  The reason for this is because I want to show you how a product has held up…

Review: Titanfall for Xbox One

Titanfall is a game with an unbelievable amount of baggage. It was born out of a nasty falling-out between its developer and their former publisher, and now Microsoft is heavily banking on it being “the game” to truly launch its…

Review: Mission Workshop AP Edition Messenger Bag

Coming off two straight weeks of Chrome reviews, this time I’ve chosen (and due to popular demand) to review another excellent company of bag makers that is also from the San Francisco area, Mission Workshop. One of the more common…

Review: Pilot & Captain Tees

Anyone who hangs out with me with any kind of regularity can predict what I’m going to wear on any given day.  It’s not because I have a known sense of personal style, but due to the fact that about 90%…

Review: Camo Barrage Backpack by Chrome Industries

This week, I decided to review another bag from Chrome Industries.  If you’re asking why another Chrome bag for review, it’s because I’d like to feature bags that are more recently released.  I have quite a bit of a logjam…

Review: Beltology

Gone are the days when the belt was an overlooked accessory by men.  Each part of your wardrobe should be considered for its fashionability and much like your choice of socks, the belt is just as, if not more, important…