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U.S. Cellular's Kyocera DuraPro has both the brawn and the reliable call performance that make it a good choice for users looking for a rugged feature phone.
If texting is your game, you'll find a speedy keyboard in the Pantech Verse; however, the phone will disappoint those looking for faster data options.
The Samsung Freeform 4 makes solid calls and is great if you're looking for a simple, entry-level handset with a keyboard.
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For many, I think the convenience of the Ball Freshtech Automatic Home Canning System will be worth the price. It's a fantastic starter kit and a great option for experienced canners who want to complete a batch in less time.
The Motorola Defy XT doesn't fear dust and water, but lacks the strength to power through smartphone tasks with speed.
With its low-end specs and mediocre camera, the Envoy II isn't worth buying -- especially since the Samsung Chrono 2 comes in at a cheaper contract price.
The HTC One V's premium design is fashionable but demanding Android fans should steer clear of this phone's poor performance.
A slower processor, older Android OS, and uneven camera keep the Samsung Galaxy Metrix 4G and its very good slide-out keyboard from reaching their highest potential.