Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Camera Led Light

1. whitch led light for my fhish tank is brighter?

Neither of these lights are very good, both are woefully inadequate when it comes to the most important aspect of lighting; PUR (photosynthetically USEFUL radiation), also known as useful light energy Neither of these use good drivers or PWM technology (PWM Pulse Width Modulation), rather these use current reduction which wastes energy as heat and alters the color spectrogram. As well these utilize older off the shelf emitter bins whereby light is achieved more by a shot gun approach rather than by fewer but precise efficient patented emitters I strongly urge you to read these in depth articles I will reference before you invest in what most aquarium pros know as junk lights EDIT: The "Wave Point" is better than the very poor Marineland Double Bright, but you will notice that no specs are given, nowhere does the selling page state the emitters used or nor is there a published spectrogram. Why? because this is still a mass produced LED with emitters that are not much better than you could get in a hardware store LED flashlight. Think about how a good laptop is going to advertise that they are using say the latest Intel processor and also cite RAM and other specs; well similar could be said about a good and especially top notch LED as these too are actually electronic pieces of equipment. As LED emitters are not actually lamps or bulbs, rather a LED uses semiconductor technology as its light source Consider the Vastly Superior AquaRay LEDs Besides the article I cite in my references, this is a good and accurate read:

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2. I want to buy LED household light bulb,Where will be more cheaper?

There are many LED home lighting , I do not know which one you want, the most common are the LED tubes and LED bulbs, which known as excellent energy saving effect and the unique compact and lightweight are now the mainstream of interior lighting , they are more provide general lighting , and of course there are many interior decorative lighting, such as LED panel lights , LED ceiling lamp , LED downlights , etc. I am a lighting designer and have thorough understanding on the lighting design concept , but what the more of lights we design are outdoor decorative lighting , such as rgb LED floodlights , PIR LED floodlights and other high-power LED floodlights and LED street lights on the city Square and Stadium and commercial buildings for lighting design and improvement, we certainly also adopt the indoor LED tubes, LED bulb lighting for designing office lighting and supermarkets as well as underground parking lighting. We have been cooperating with many companies manufacturing the LED lighting , of which just a handful of in full compliance with the diverse LED lighting design and excellent quality and the idea of building with each other , an LED lighting company located in Shenzhen Guangdong China impressed ustheir products are not only reliable, but also more innovative style , the most important is their timely delivery ; perfect after-sales , reasonable price, you can go to their website specializing in outdoor LED floodlights, LED street lighting other high-power or directly browse LED home lighting network to find the househould lighting you need

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3. Lifecam Cinema prevents boot into Ubuntu 13.10

I have the same camera, two of them actually. They worked fine in 12.10 but don't work right in 13.04/13.10 and I want to say it was the kernel that changed but I'm not sure. Mine does not completely lock up the PC but rather holds for 30 seconds or so with the blue LED on and then the light goes off and I can continue to log in. It does basically lock up the login screen while the LED is on though.It's also really flaky with video chat. The camera opens on Google Hangouts for the preview but then has no sound and locks up completely within a few seconds of the other person connecting. If I open the Sound Properties app on the Inputs page with the LifeCam microphone selected (which turns on the camera to show the live preview) and leave the Sound Properties page open while I open the Hangouts chat then the camera continues working perfectly.

When I plug in my camera (tested with two LifeCam Cinema units across multiple Ubuntu 13.10 machines) I get the following in dmesg:I'm also getting things like:Here's lsusb:Try installing the 3.13 kernel. That's what I'm using (3.13-rc2) from the Kernel PPA. It might fix it to at least be able to boot through it if you wait. I'm using Ubuntu GNOME 13.

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13-rc2 amd64 kernel Oibaf graphics drivers PPA on an Intel i7 930 Radeon 5870 system though the system itself doesn't seem to matter as I use my second camera on my AMD A8-3870K based system and it does the same thing

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4. Changed an old Led light to pendant and it keeps shorting

You shouldn't need all those floating connector blocks, there are enough positions on the backplate for loop-in, loop-out, switch and pendant.The pendant should be connected to the outermost positions and looped through the cord grips.Your wires to the switch probably include a red permanent-live and a black switched live which should be marked with red tape and connected at the double position connector. In the above diagram, A is loop-in from prior ceiling-rose (or from consumer unit), B is loop-out to next ceiling rose and C is to/from switch. Typically all wires are 1mm or 1.5mm twin & earth with green/yellow sleeving added to the bare earth wires.Note that I think most UK electricians wire the wires from the switch cable (C) in the other way than that shown in this diagram, they connect the red to position 3 and the black (with red tape) to position 2. That's the way I, as a mere home-owner, wire these fittings.

Photo - own work, RedGrittyBrick. Licence: Creative-Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0At the top are three 1.5 mm Twin&Earth cables with the 2004 colours (blue neutral, brown line/live) the bare circuit protective conductor (CPC or Earth) in the cable is covered by a green/yellow sheath when terminated.From left to right these are feed-in, feed-out and switch. The blue from the switch is covered in red tape (probably should be brown?) to indicate switched-live.The flex to the pendant lamp is looped around the strain relief.Could it be that in your case, the black switched-live is not marked with red tape and has been connected with the other blacks - this would short the circuit when the switch is turned on

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5. LED light bulbs flicker when switched off - where does the energy come from?

I have seen this with fluorescent style eco lamps, and a 3-way switch (where 2 switches at each end of a cable can turn the lamp on or off from either upstairs or downstairs).The 3-way switch diverts "live" or "hot" from one conductor to the other on a 2-way cable running between the switches. To switch a lamp "on" you set your switch to whichever conductor is "hot" according to the other switch.

I'm guessing you have a similar arrangement given you have both an IR sensor and a real switch?Anyway, the two long conductors also act as a capacitor, and this couples a tiny current (microamps) from the "hot" conductor to the other.This current does nothing to an incandescent bulb (a low value resistor) except develop a few millivolts across it (uselessly wasting a tiny amount of power).But to an eco bulb or LED, it is rectified and slowly builds up a voltage across the DC reservoir capacitor until the internal circuitry turns on, flickering the lamp, and discharging the capacitor again.

Fixes : either avoid 3-way switching, or add one very low power incandescent bulb as a load. There ought to be some other appropriate dummy load for this purpose, the question comes up enough there must be a market need for something of the sort.You could wire up a simple resistor (designed to consume much less than 1W when powered, and maybe driving a LED) as such a load, but then safety would be entirely your own concern, and it could be illegal under your electrical regulatory codes.

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6. Story that sounds a lot like the Iron Giant

Although it's not mentioned in the Wikipedia page for The Iron Man, the reconstruction scene DOES happen in the book, in the very first few pages. You can check it here:But as soon as the eye and the hand got together, the eye looked at the hand. Its light glowed blue. The hand stood up on three fingers and its thumb, and craned its forefinger like a long nose. It felt around. It touched the eye. Gleefully it picked up the eye, and tucked it under its middle finger. The eye peered out, between the forefinger and thumb. Now the hand could see.It looked around. Then it darted and jabbed one of the gulls with its stiffly held finger, then darted at the other and jabbed him. The two gulls flew up into the wind with a frightened cry.Slowly then the hand crept over the stones, searching. It ran forward suddenly, grabbed something and tugged. But the thing was stuck between two rocks. The thing was one of the Iron Mans arms. At last the hand left the arm and went scuttling hither and thither among the rocks, till it stopped, and touched something gently. This thing was the other hand. This new hand stood up and hooked its finger round the little finger of the hand with the eye, and let itself be led. Now the two hands, the seeing one leading the blind one, walking on their fingertips, went back together to the arm, and together they tugged it free. The hand with the eye fastened itself on to the wrist of the arm. The arm stood up and walked on its hand. The other hand clung on behind as before, and this strange trio went on searching

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7. Checking materials (cheapest possible) to be used for a solar dark-detecting LED light bulb circuit

It is a long question, but better than a short one, as you've shown your own research.1) Solar cells. If you're stacking your own ones, stack 9 of them and get the 4.5V of the original circuit.2) Battery charging. Batteries are the only thing you've left out of your spec. This is an area where the circuit design relies on cutting a lot of corners. In theory it might be out of spec, if you were to put 4.5V at 280ma through AA NiMH cells indefinitely. In practice, you don't get full sun all day, you'll be using it indoors, and you're not going to get optimal power transfer from the cells, so this isn't going to cause problems.3) Diode. It's just a regular diode, not a zener. Current through it is actually determined by the battery and right hand side circuit, not the solar panel - the transistor is off when the panel is generating electricity. The original 1N914 will be fine. 1N4004 will also be fine. 4) Resistors: not a precision component here, use whatever meets your cost constraint. 5.

1k for 5k is fine.

5) Wire: not critical. Your ebay link looks suitable. Thinner is better for the toroid.

6) Transistors: stick with the exact part numbers. Design may rely on specific parameters.7) LED: again, this circuit relies on cheating. Normally a white LED won't run from two NiMH cells. The joule thief part provides a boost converter that gives small pulses of higher voltage. It doesn't have the capacity to provide a lot of current at that voltage. In combination with the pulsing this means there should be no risk of damaging it.

(A proper analysis of this circuit would be good, if nobody else supplies one I'll do it in a few days)

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Wherever you are kind of forced to work for 20 years you "WILL" want to rise up and the army is no different. My marriage with my GF was called off primarily because my GF's dad hated my dad for climbing up and my dad hated her dad for being an officer who remained in the army only coz the army does not fire people for incompetence or non productivity. Having respect for others has got nothing to do with being raised in the army, it has got to do with being how you are raised. A lot of wards of defence personnel are condescending to others based on the profession/rank of their fathers whereas a lot of them are pretty humble too. Considering I will have my old man to raise my children I do not worry on their upbringing. :-).
When Replacing an Oil Pressure Sensor, Should Any Type of Thread Sealer Be Used?
Never use teflon *tape* as small bits can degrade over time and end up in your system instead use a teflon paste1. To maintain freshness per eBay specifications, is it better to used a zip-lock bag >orLast time I washed and sealed something per instructions. When I went to seal it. It pulled some of the little tiny hairs at the base of it loose. *ouch*2. How do I remove a small amount of water based concrete sealer from a painted floor?This is a film sealer, as opposed to a penetrating sealer (bare concrete, grout). I know of no solvent/stripper that will remove an acrylic finish that wo not remove (or damage) a latex undercoat.I would try a reverse progression of grits, until you get to the paint. You may need to wait weeks for a hard enough/dry enough sealer surface. Start at 600 over a sanding block. Only go rougher if you make no progress (320, 220, 120). Only sand enough to get TO the paint, then recoat with the sealer. If you have access to a sprayer, it will make blending the areas easier (to hide lap marks)3. Does refrigerent leak sealer work well?Just make sure you get the Super seal that is labeled PROFESSIONAL. The other stuff they sell will plug up the filter drier. The professional version will not and works very well for ghosts leaks. No it will not plug up the cap tube, The professional version removes moister from the system and will NOT plug up the drier. The other stuff they sell plugs the driers up. Ive used the professional version many times and have not had any issue. With the normal stuff I found that the driers kept getting plugged, lesson learned. Its basically try at your own risk,.4. I need an auto body quote (picture included)?If the fender can be repaired then you are looking at about $600 to get the work done properly. If it has to be replaced, then you are looking at about $1100 to get the work done properly. ****EDIT**** Do not listen to "Rick." No shop will use paint provided by the customer. More importantly, only about 5 ounces of color will be needed if the fender can be repaired. You cannot go to a paint store and get 5 ounces of paint mixed. Plus there is more involved than just the color. You have to purchase, sealer (along with the activator and reducer for it and clear (along with the activator and reducer for it). So if you buy your own paint you will spend more in materials than what it costs to fix the fender. You do not go to Mcdonalds and bring your own ground beef, cheese and buns do you? ****EDIT**** Pettyfan... you have minimal knowledge of what you are talking about. Paint out of a rattlecan is not the same paint used to paint a car. It will not look the same, it will not last as long and it wo not match. You were nothing more than a delivery boy for a paint company. I actually do the work. Taking advice from you on paint and body work is like taking medical advice from the janitor at the hospital.5. Can ammonia remove peeling and flaking gloss sealer from my porcelain floor tile?Pure ammonia will work nicely but stinks badly, I would buy wax remover. No need to seal porcelain tiles6. What is a good clear sealer to cover acrylic painting with?Use some satin polyurethane varnish7. What is the best way to maintain a deck? What to use as sealer and how often? How to remove scratches?There's an oil based product that is similar to what they do to telephone poles that works very well . I was told about it the other day Its called CWF from the FLOOD co.Its the sh%# . This deck has not been touched for 6 years after it was used for the first 3 years and looks great . The Flood co. makes very good paint additives.8. Should I heat up the drive way sealer?Sealer that you roll or squeegee on? no need to. bags of blacktop patch work better when warmed in the sun
Why Green Developers Think These Condos Are a Pane in the Glass
Big glass high-rises mean modern, high-tech, success, money, and, to some, beauty. Certain real estate markets -- like downtown Toronto's -- have an addiction to this particular shining look that's hard to break and tenants have come to expect all the glass. But the glass boxes pose particular problems for energy efficiency, glare and comfort that some green developers want to expose."Own your own piece of sky," says a downtown Toronto billboard, advertising a glass high-rise condominium, hundreds of which gleam on Toronto's fast-developing skyline. Big glass high-rises mean modern, high-tech, success, money, and, to some, beauty. Certain real estate markets -- like downtown Toronto's investment properties and like Silicon Valley and other dense high-tech office parks in U.S. and Canadian cities -- have an addiction to this particular shining look that's hard to break and tenants have come to expect all the glass. But the glass boxes pose particular problems for energy efficiency, glare and comfort that some green developers want to expose.Toronto currently has the largest number of tall buildings (132) under construction in North America, according to Christopher Hume, urban affairs columnist and architecture critic for the Toronto Star. Hume moderated a recent panel, sponsored by Holcim Cement Company, at University of Toronto consisting of a developer, two University of Toronto architecture professors, a city official and CEO of a green engineering firm that works in both the U.S. and Canada. All are working to slow the momentum of the glass tower obsession in North America. "All glass towers all the time. It's so frustrating to see it going on," says panelist Alex Speigal of Windmill Development Group, whom Hume describes as "one of the few developers out there who does really good stuff.""We're stuck with these buildings for so many years. It's almost criminal that they are being built. Units keep getting smaller. The huge amount of glazing gives people the illusion of giving people space," says Speigal.While the glass buildings may look appealing, they provide little privacy, are usually energy hogs and are known for bothersome glare and for being uncomfortably hot or cold, belted by interior perimeters of what panelist and U of T architecture professor Kim Pressnail calls "no sit zones" near the glass walls."Drive around and look at how many of the windows are being blocked out to keep out unwanted solar gain," says Pressnail. Everyone seems to know they're bad, yet they continue to dominate the Toronto skyline. "It is about the consumer. If people didn't buy these glass boxes, we wouldn't make them," says Spiegel, an architect who became a developer just for this very reason; he doesn't always agree with the building choices of the client, so, he says, he became the client.People buy them because they have amazing views, they look cool and real estate values in Toronto make them a great investment. About 60-70 per cent of the downtown high-rise condo towers are bought by investors, most of them offshore, who rent them out and then sell them after they appreciate, according to Hume. The buildings have their own momentum, which is proving difficult to slow. A few things need to change in order to encourage better performing, more energy-efficient and more comfortable high-rise buildings. According to the panellists, those change agents are: Codes, energy prices and labelling, or transparency. "The building code is the lowest common denominator of design," says Speigel.Pressnail agrees. "Looking at the building code leads to the conclusion that as long as energy is cheap, it's hard to justify changes," he says. "Natural gas is the crack cocaine of energy," he adds. Panellist Kevin Hydes, CEO of the deep green engineering firm Integral Group, says, "Early adopters typically focus on ethics and values in leading market transformation. The larger mass-market leaders are motivated by corporate social responsibility, shareholder value, and return on investment. We need to translate and interpret what the innovator pioneers are doing to the larger mass market."Hydes, one of the founders of the Canadian Green Building Council and an advisor to the Clinton Climate Foundation, cites the example of the retrofit of the Empire State Building, which made the building a model for energy-efficient office buildings. "Because the rents in the building were falling, the owner gave it a new image and the rents increased," he says. (Integral Group consulted on the project.) Notably, a significant factor in increased energy efficiency came from retrofitting the historic windows with better glazing.Panellist Eleanor McAteer, of Toronto's Tower Renewal program, dedicated to bringing energy efficiency to high-rises, argues, "Unlike the Empire State Building in New York, you can have a pretty bad building in Toronto and still make money because of a one percent vacancy rate.""It's the envelope that's the problem," says Hydes. "What happens if every building wants to be a glass tower There's a conversation that can influence how these buildings are getting built. The market wants to deliver glass towers. Buyers want views. How do we make them comfortable" One technological solution he offers is dynamic glass, which changes based on what's happening outside. The cost of glazing is also coming down, making it easier to install much more energy-efficient glass. "Maybe the issue isn't technology, but culture," says Hume, who says that when he drives by the billboard that says, "Own your own piece of the sky," he thinks, "I can see why people want that."Pressnail agrees, the glass itself is not solely to blame for the energy and comfort issues. "We could build a glass curtain wall system that is low energy. It can be done. It's not the glass box that is the problem. It's the no sit zone."Manitoba's Hydro building in Winnipeg is a high performing building that is all glass, says McAteer. And there are others. But, glass or no glass, Speigel says, people don't want to pay extra for an energy-efficient building. One solution Speigel offers is a green loan system. These loans pay back to the condo association over 10-15 years from energy savings. Like the Empire State Building is proving, green buildings pay back, maintain their value and bring good press, he says."New York City has also taken a great leap forward by saying if you use a public resource like water or energy, you disclose annually," says Pressnail.If we start labelling our buildings with a sticker with how much they consume, that will help, says Speigel. Requiring developers to establish energy costs over time and more rigorous budget enforcement would also help. "Maybe developers should be responsible for 5-10 years operations costs," Spiegel recommends."San Francisco is doing it [labelling]," says Hydes, who lives in Berkeley. "Toronto should just start doing it. Just print out the energy bill and put it in the lobby. You don't even need a complicated label. It's our responsibility to get this information out there." "If it's as simple as an energy bill, get it out there," agrees Pressnail. "Labelling and disclosure is going to happen, it's just a matter of when. Disclosure will change that investment. In a better-informed marketplace, responsible design will be looked on more favourably," he says. "The truth shall make you free."
Some Ideas for a Summer Outfit Using Combat Boots?
Well you could try wearing shorts or a skirt over see-through tights with the boots. hope you find a good look :)1. Which pair of combat boots?Get the second ones in brown. :) I saw you ask the eleanor blog this question on tumblr lol2. Im 14 years old, someone give me a cute outfit to wear :)?depends on your style. what i would wear for a hot day, is shorts that look kind of old, combat boots, and a flannel, hair in a bun. cold, jeans, converse, cute plain t shirt, thin colored jacket, with a black or tan jacket with no hood on top.3. Working Combat Boots for Women?Checkout docmartens.com they have 100s of boots for women. They are pricey but worth it...they will last years, cute designs, and made of real leather4. Where can I get Black army/combat boots?Target, journey's, you can get them really cheap on nomorerack and its only $2 sipping anywhere!5. Black or Brown Combat Boots?i prefer the brown ones although you are correct is the sense black goes with everything where brown does not so i think maybe the fact you want the boots to go with everything you wear it would be better to get black :) hope your happy with your choice!6. What color combat boots should I get?Green !7. How do you get a good shine on combat boots?Alright...if you are in Cadets then just use that liquid stuff if you are in the army your boots should combat boots but NOT BE shiny! Just use black polish and buff it slightly. If they are ankle high parade boots however then get a kiwi cloth, dip it in water wrap it around your finger tightly. Then make little circles very lightly over the boot toe. This take a long time and it may be a week before you get a good base coat and your boots start to shine. The lighter thing does not work that great. Trust me I set my first pare of boots on fire! Wait. ..are we talking about the Canadian army?.8. Black or brown combat boots?Black is more versatile. You can not wear brown shoes with black pants9. where can i find a nice pair of flat black combat boots?Try online stores like Zappos or Amazon. If you want actual retail stores, try Forever 21, Delia's, or Marshall's10. Combat Boots Question?If you were actually in the Marine Corps, you would know. Why do you insist on asking fraudulent questions here and claim to be in the Corps?11. My combat boots smell like leather/salami. How do I get the smell out?see if the insoles are removable,,,,,,if so,washem,air out the shoes again,mix a spray bottle with water & bicarb12. Where can I get cheap combat boots like these?Prague is one of the cities worth-visit and to do that you can begin planning your vacation with hotelbye . Starting with the wonderful region round the Prague Castle or the Strahov monastery with its remarkable library and finish with ...the entire wonderful town, Prague is merely incredible. In Prague you may also visit the little home wherever Franz Kafka labored or the attractive Prague Castle gardens from where you can like a distinctive view of the town with its picturesque red roofs. In this city you will never get bored. In the event that you should go throughout the spring you will discover the spring woods in bloom; in the summer you will see long dusks; fall will provide you with decorative leaves and unique light and in the wintertime you will love the complete city protected with simple bright snow13. Best ACU approved combat boots?I've got a set of Belleville 790s that I have had for almost five years. They are due for a new set of soles. The uppers are still in good shape. If you are looking for the desert boot style, both Belleville and Altama produce decent ones. There are fancy lightweight ones by Oakley, and similar, but lighter ones wear out faster. Pretty much anything you find in military clothing, and on AAFES website (under the Army section) are legal for wear
Converse Shoes: in the All Star Game
As one of the most democratic - and omnipresent - footwear icons of American pop culture, with fans ranging from young skater dudes and grungy rockers to Michelle Obama, Converse's Chuck Taylor All Star boasts as colourful a history as the brand's rainbow range of shoes. A masterpiece of utilitarian design, with its sleek lines and textured contrast of canvas and vulcanized rubber, the trainer's black-and-white beginnings were rooted in basketball. Founded in 1908 by Marquis Mills Converse in Malden, Massachusetts, the Converse Rubber Shoe Company started out as a specialist in winterised rubber-soled shoes and boots. Within a few years, the firm had branched out into the athletic footwear market, at first targeting sports such as tennis, netball and football (at the time, Spalding had the basketball beat covered). Its first basketball shoe, the Converse All Star, was released in 1917, although the man behind its success - Charles 'Chuck' H Taylor - was to enter the picture a few years later. Taylor, who as an active high school basketball player had developed a penchant for Converse All Stars, talked his way into a job at the company in 1921 as an ambassador and salesman. The charismatic young entrepreneur was instrumental in fine-tuning the shoe's design to improve its performance on the court, but he also had the gift of the gab, a knack for networking, and an impressive knowledge of the basketball industry. "He had a fascinating life," Joe Dean, a former sales executive for Converse, told The Philidelphia Inquirer. "It was impossible not to like him, and he knew everybody. If you were a coach and you wanted to find a job, you called Chuck Taylor. Athletic directors talked to him all the time when they were looking for a coach." Taylor took the shoe and ran with it, driving across America to host basketball coaching clinics ̶ promoting the shoe's virtues all the while ̶ , in a white Cadillac with a trunk-load of Converse All Stars. Boasting a thick rubber sole and a canvas or leather ankle-high upper, the original design was brown with black accents.. So influential was Taylor in the marketing and development of the shoe, Converse renamed it after him in 1932, adding his signature on either side of the All Star logo on the patch that reinforced the shoe's ankle. The ventilation eyelets were added in the same year. In 1936, Taylor designed the white Chuck Taylor All Star high-top, the official shoe of Team USA for the first ever Olympic basketball championship, held at the Summer Olympic Games in Berlin (they scooped the gold medal). Sporting patriotic red and blue lines on the sole and logo, the iconic design was also adopted as the official training shoes of the United States military during World War II.Best Basketball Shoes For Flat FeetWe are here to review the Best Basketball Shoes for Flat Feet. First, let's talk about the people having flat feet, they really feet pain and discomfort even while standing or doing long walking. We can easily assume that how much it is difficult for them to play any sport like basketball etc. But there is always a solution to a problem, and here you come with the best basketball shoes for flat feet. With these amazing shoes, you can enjoy playing basketball, and you can still be a good basketball player despite that you have flat feet. Hence, the basketball game requires lots of constantly running, and the players need the most comfortable footwear. Because a nice pair of basketball shoes are provided with a comfortable sole which maintains balance, and it does not hurt your feet while you are running. You are always looking for the top and best features of the product like durability and comfort. For these two features, you also not even consider the pricing. You just want to buy the best product for you, which lasts you longer. Any basketball shoes must have ankle support because it helps to keep the foot comfortable and stable inside the shoe. It also ensures you about no ankle movement while playing the game. So, considering all that a basketball player must have that one pair of shoes that has flat, durable, soft, and comfortable soles in which your foot takes the proper shape, and it helps you play the game with ease and comfort. Here is the list of the Best Basketball Shoes for Flat Feet in detail providing all the information and the pros and cons: The traction on these things was surprisingly excellent. But these probably wo not last super long outside. There's a bunch of little weird nub things like fraying off and chipping in certain areas. However, you guys can not see that these things are filthy, and they still work well. Once in a while, you have to wipe the bottom, but that's normal. It's a great setup with translucent rubbers. They are fantastic at outdoors. Now, the cushion on Nike Zoom KD 12 guys is probably like the main feature. It's awesome. It's the best full-length zoom setup that we tried. The break-in is also perfect in them. The cushion on these things is incredible. You will feel it right from the jump as soon as you start moving, and you can feel the air transferring it. These shoes are also Durable to use them as an outdoor. And then, directly underneath, there is the phylon midsole. The phylon does not feel like much because it is heavily caged. However, all of the little holes underneath are cord out sections. So it allows it to compress inwards, whereas It usually compresses outwards. You know after wearing them you will be saying, oh, there's full-length zoom directly under my foot. When you first look at them, their head is narrow. These have a textile, screen mesh and fuse. The entire shoes, as well as the material, is pretty durable. This shoe does not require any break-in time you just take them out of the shoe and you are good to go. So the materials are pretty good. These got an excellent snug fit. And These fit true to size As far as lockdown is concerned, there are no complaints whatsoever. Now one of the more standout features for the lockdown is just insane. It's like a finger trap on your foot, and it does work. Under Armour does not mess around here. It is the full-length herringbone from heel to toe, and the thread is big and deep, so that will last longer, and dust will not get caught in between the grooves as quickly as a tighter pattern would be. So if you are looking to use these for outdoor use or on an extremely dusty floor, you should be covered. No problem. The rubber compound could have been a little bit tackier, but that did not stop these from working on any court. So the traction on these shoes is pretty good. Under Armour should have used full-length Micro G, but they hey have featured Micro G in the heel only and that's kind of a bummer. The forefoot feels like just straight EVA, and it can feel dead some times. You feel responsive from a low ground ride, so the guards will be speedy and are going to enjoy how fast the forefoot feels, but the more explosive players are going to wish it was a lot more impact protection and bounce. Now Moving along to the materials. Under Armour decided to replace their clutch fit technology with lightweight and breathable textile upper. It's a woven mesh material that does not stretch. It's kind of just there. The downside is that the stuff does not conform around your foot for a snug one to one fit. There's quite a bit of dead space in the toe area, but overall the materials are more comfortable than something like a fuse, and these are about what you should expect from a shoe at this price point. What we like about the materials are neoprene padded areas which you can find in the medial forefoot and collar area. This section of Under Armour drive four is very comfortable, but as an experience overall, the materials on the drive 4 are at best. If you are a wide footer, you should consider putting these on because of these fit right to size for wide footers. The forefoot to us had a ton of dead space. We did go to the size, and overall, the fit was okay. The midfoot, however, was pretty snug just as long as we tied the laces up nice and tight. The back end of the Under Armour Drive 4 near the heel area was a literal loose as well not as bad as the forefoot but not a lockdown fit.If you have an extremely narrow foot going down half a size would be great. These shoes have traditional traction. And honestly, it works well on certain floor conditions. This is retro. Though, the herringbone has modified quite a bit. The Adidas is more like a square. So it's very flat. It is a herringbone zig-zag design. And that's the right thing they have done to it. These do not allow the floor to have as much friction as possible. This has a peak or pointed traction tip. When you have a peak or pointed traction tip, it's like you are brushing the floor with it. It is like the bristles and stuff like that. So there's just a little bit of friction. But yeah, the traction was excellent. The cushion setup is just straight foam. It's got the torsional system. And it flexes with your foot. On top of that, they had the same type of insole as the Adidas Why not zero2. These shoes provide a little bit of extra cushion as well. No-frills, just like the rest of their products, worked incredibly well. The most crucial part is that you do not feel any aches or pains after the game, no back pain, knee pain, anything like that. Its quite surprising, especially with the heel looking extremely thick. But it's a very comfortable ride from heel to toe. It is not tiring whatsoever. These are not too heavy. So the cushioning on these was pretty much good. Adidas works with its EVA. This Adidas Men's Crazy 8 has a mixture of material at the upper, but mostly there is full-grain and patent leather.Then we have a molded Eva midsole and polyurethane insole in it. Adidas has used sturdy plastic torsional system housed in midfoot so you flex your feet nicely and offers you excellent support. As far as the materials fit is concerned, they fit perfectly. They go true to size. You do need midsole while breaking in. Once you break-in, they feel amazing. There are a few scuffs around the toe and the ankle areas. There are flexed points, so they go entirely with your foot. The inside is beautiful and soft. It flexes. No problems whatsoever as these can be worn with any kind of socks. The little foam cages on these hold your foot in there. And there is no slipping whatsoever during movements, side to side, front to back as long as you get your correct size. The ventilation on these sneakers is very minimal since there are no perforations on the tongue or mesh material. This Kobe Mamba Instinct has a soft outsole. The traction on these is pretty impressive, and it looks like the Kobe eleven traction a little bit. Fine lines on this are just crazy, but it picks up a little bit of dust. Since the lines are so close, so these are pretty hard to wipe. But if you play on a clean court, it should be okay. And you got a few good stops, but on a dusty court, you get sliding around a little bit. This traction offers excellent bite on indoor. But this model is not going to be okay for outdoor because the rubber is pretty shallow. This looks like an outer midsole, but it's a drop-in midsole. And then it's a full-length lunar lone foam. It looks like nylon, but just rubber. It would give you a little bit of response. And it's fully caged because it's a drop-in core. So you are not going to get a ton of cushioning or bounce. But it felt more plush for some reason, maybe because it's thick. So responsiveness is going to be okay. The bad point for this setup is that it feels dead in a few months after playing it. You feel low to the ground. So cushioning on these is not too good. The upper on this Kobe Mamba instinct is fantastic. There's a little bit of fuse in the toe. So this fly weave does not feel much plastic. At first, it feels a little bit plastic, but after breaking it in, it feels pretty soft, and it feels good on foot. The material is super strong, so these do not stretch too much. These have a knit kind of look. And they do feel super-premium. So overall, the materials are excellent. These fit nicely, and there is no dead space. It's a standard model. Though it fits a little narrow. This shoe is low, and you have an excellent outrigger for a little bit of support. So support is good. Lockdown is very good. It's so so minimal and It locks your foot so nicely that your foot can not get out of the shoe, and you do not get any heel slippage. And that's why I love it. It is decent, and durable outdoor traction stops decently and has a proper grip. You may feel pain after playing in these because this only has a minimal bottom lower zoom unit in the forefoot. It has a fine mesh upper with some synthetic, and it is thin and soft but not durable. The traction on Nike KD trey v 5 is a wavy herringbone pattern, and that's a perfect pattern through. The best thing is that it offers excellent grip on certain surfaces. And the bad thing is that the outsole rubber picks up dust pretty fast, and you get slips a little bit even if it was clean. So stopping power is not good. It requires frequent wipe. So the traction was pretty much a disappointment because I was expecting it to be terrific. The cushioning setup on these is zoom technology, and it's a bottom-loaded forefoot zoom unit and a full-length phylon feeling shit. It offers responsiveness and light feel that supports the multi-directional footwork. This setup delivers stiff impact protection, which is really bad. My feet hurt after playing in this. And the insole is cheap, crappy, and insulated. We have some interesting material on the upper. This is mostly covering the whole shoe, and It's super-fine mesh. It almost feels like a filter. And then these have a few synthetic overlays just a little bit in the toe, a little bit in the heel and on the medial side. At the ankle area, we have a rougher mesh material, and it does not feel super-premium. It actually looks more premium than it feels. I did go true to size, but it runs a little bit longer. So if you have a regular width or a skinnier foot, then I think you might go half a size down. There's no room in the whole area, and you get a normal fit. Support was good too. I do feel like the laces are a gimmick. And the material is flimsy, and I did feel my feet going under the footbed just a little bit. So as far as support goes, it sounds like its just okay. These have a pretty good lockdown. I do not have any problems in lacing system Coming on to the conclusion of the above reviewed Best Basketball Shoes for Flat Feet; we conclude that those basketball shoes are among the best selling products in the market. As those products are the most affordable with good durability and best for the people having flat feet. Having flat feet, especially those who love to play basketball is dreadful. Because you neither want to quit the game nor play it the way you want. As it hurts your feet and you end up with immense pain. The solution to this is having a pair of basketball shoes with flat, soft, comfortable, and durable soles with lightweight mesh material and you are good to play. So, the reviewed products have some pros as well as cons, but most of them also have unique and appraisable features. But when you are searching for a pair of basketball shoes, it depends on your personal preferences which are a more beneficial feature for you to consider. They are affordable but also few are expensive at the same time. They are available in an extended range of sizes and widths so you can try different models until the perfect-fitting one. And another thing that you would find interesting and useful is that the sole inside the shoes of a few models can also be easily removed, which is a plus point. These shoes are the most durable, designed to provide more stability and shock absorption. Now, it depends on you to choose the one which is best for you among all these.
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