I just got word that SCOTTeVEST is having a
clearance sale. There are some pretty significant bargains to
be had, so better start looking as soon as possible!
Here’s the information:
LAST BIG SALE OF 2006
at beginning of
46 & 48
L,LT, XL, XXL, XXXL
XL, XXL, XXXL
S, M, XLT,XXXL
The Fine Print and
-The LAST BIG SALE OF 2006 begins at 11:00 am
mountain time on Thursday, September 28th and runs
through Sunday, October 8th.
-The sale prices reflect a 75% savings off the
Regular Price for the items.
-Due to the huge savings,
"c18">ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES on
LAST BIG SALE OF 2006 ITEMS.
-Prices are for in stock items only.
-We’re sorry, but the sale prices cannot be
applied to prior purchases.
-Quantities are limited and we expect to sell
out quickly. We will update our website as fast as possible to
remove sold out sizes/colors/styles, but please be aware that this
is not an automated function and that there are actual people
updating the site. We will notify you as soon as possible if you
order an item that is no longer available to see if you would like
a different color or style.
More laptop battery fire hazard news…!
Lenovo Recall Hotline: (800) 426-7378
CPSC Recall Hotline: (800) 638-2772
CPSC Media Contact: (301) 504-7908
Lenovo and IBM Announce Recall of ThinkPad Notebook Computer Batteries Due to
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in
cooperation with the firms named below, today announced a voluntary recall of
the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products
immediately unless otherwise instructed.
Name of Product: Rechargeable, lithium-ion batteries used in ThinkPad
Units: About 168,500 battery packs (an additional 357,500 battery packs were
Battery Distributor: Lenovo (United States) Inc., of Research Triangle Park,
N.C. and International Business Machines Corp., of Armonk, N.Y.
Battery Manufacturer: Sony Energy Devices Corp., of Japan
Hazard: These lithium-ion batteries can cause overheating, posing a fire
hazard to consumers.
Incidents/Injuries: Lenovo has received one confirmed report of a battery
overheating and causing a fire that damaged the notebook computer. The incident,
which occurred within an airport terminal as the user was boarding an airplane,
caused enough smoking and sparking that a fire extinguisher was used to put it
out. There was minor property damage and no injuries were reported.
Description: The recalled lithium-ion batteries were sold with or sold
separately to be used with the following ThinkPad notebook computers: T Series
(T43, T43p, T60); R Series (R51e, R52, R60, R60e); and X Series (X60, X60s). The
recalled batteries have the following part or model numbers, which can be found
on the battery label:
ASM P/N FRU P/N
92P1170 92P1169 or 93P5028
92P1174 92P1173 or 93P5030
Sold Through: Lenovo and IBM’s Web sites, telephone and direct sales, and
Lenovo and IBM authorized distributors between February 2005 and September 2006
as an accessory for between $150 and $180 and as part of a ThinkPad notebook
computer for between $750 and $3500.
Manufactured in: Japan and China
Remedy: Consumers should stop using the recalled batteries immediately and
contact Lenovo to receive a replacement battery, free-of-charge. Until a
replacement battery arrives, consumers can continue to use their computer by
turning off the system, removing the battery, and plugging in the AC adapter and
power cord. Consumers should use only genuine ThinkPad batteries obtained from
either Lenovo or an authorized reseller.
Consumer Contact: Customers should contact Lenovo at (800) 426-7378 anytime
or log on to
to determine if the battery is part of the recall and to receive a replacement
To view this release online, please go to our web site at: