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Ooze Quad Flex Battery
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OOZE Quad Flex Temp Battery is No Square…

The Ooze Quad Flex Temp battery is a 510 thread, 500mAh square vape pen battery. The patent pending square body shape protects your cartridge and battery from rolling off whatever surface you lay it down upon. The true meaning behind the name of this unit is in its four easy-to-cycle voltage settings. The battery also has pre-heat, auto-off, and smart charging making it easier than ever to turn your concentrates to ooze.

The push-button functionality of the Quad Flex Temp battery is simple.  Turn it on with 5-clicks, pre-heat with 2-clicks, and cycle your voltage with 3-clicks. Pre-heating will give you 15-seconds of continuous warmth without needing to press and hold the power button.   After 12 minutes of non-use the power will automatically shut off to preserve battery life.  And, the 4 voltage settings allow you to dial into your vaping experience so you can adjust to concentrates.   But, the most obvious feature is its square shape.  This design ensures your stick battery will stay in same spot you set it down.  Another interesting feature of the Ooze Quad Flex Temp is in its charging capabilities.  You can now screw-in the provided USB to the 510 thread or you can plug-in a USB-C charger to the bottom base of this stick battery.


Key Features:

  • Square body styles stops vape pen from rolling away
  • Battery power intended to allow vaping of a variety of pre-filled extracts, essential oils, or delta-8 cartridges as well as concentrate attachments for dabbing.
  • Four Voltage settings (7V, 3.2V, 3.7V, and 4.2V)
  • 15-second pre-heat
  • 12-minute battery life saving auto-off
  • USB and USB-C smart Charging

Best Batt I’ve bought so far

I love the ability to adjust the voltage. Different oils are different thickness. I use the lowest setting when I first start a cart and have to turn it up as I use it as it tends to thicken as it vapes. It’s also much easier to clear clogs by simply turning it up. Great selection of colors too.

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4″ Quad Gauge — Water Temp, Volts, Oil psi, Fuel Level

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Fitted with an internal microprocessor to ensure accurate readings.

High torque stepper motor for pointer precision in any racing condition.

Durable, slim case and spin-lock ring for easy mounting.

Solid aluminum bezel


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We take pride in the products we make and offer a Lifetime Warranty on gauge electronics and a 5-year warranty on hardware for every gauge, tachometer and shift light purchased since Jan 1, 2006. Every SPEEDHUT product is built for a lifetime of service, and we warrant the person who originally purchased the product that all SPEEDHUT products will be free from defects in workmanship and materials for their applicable warranty period. If a defect occurs during the warranty period as the result of the product’s intended use, we will repair or replace the defective product or part, to our discretion. The warranty does not cover defects caused by third-party modifications, repairs or replacement parts. Any holes, scratches, normal wear and tear, and the natural breakdown of colors and materials over extended time and use are not warranted.

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Without quadrupling the rate of progress, billions of people will be deprived of access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene in 2030

WHO and UNICEF warn: Without quadrupling progress, billions of people will lose access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene in 2030

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    • WHO and UNICEF warn that without quadrupling the rate of progress, billions of people will be deprived of access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene in 2030

    Without quadrupling the rate of progress, billions of people around the world will not have access to safely managed drinking water, sanitation and hygiene services in 2030, according to a new report from WHO and UNICEF.

    Joint Monitoring Program (JMP) report Progress in Domestic Drinking Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene 2000-2020 provides estimates of the level of household access to safely managed drinking water, sanitation and hygiene services over the past five years and the level of progress towards the sixth Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) “Ensure the availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all 2030″. In addition, for the first time, national data on menstrual hygiene appear in the report.

    In 2020, approximately one in four people on the planet did not have a source of safe drinking water at home, and almost half of the world’s population did not have access to safely managed sanitation systems. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the urgent need to ensure that everyone can practice good hand hygiene. At the start of the pandemic, 3 out of 10 people worldwide were unable to wash their hands with soap and water at home.

    “Handwashing is one of the most effective ways to prevent COVID-19 and other infectious diseases, yet millions of people around the world do not have access to a reliable and safe water supply,” said WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. “If we are to end this pandemic and build stronger health systems, investing in water, sanitation and hygiene must be a global priority.”

    Progress is being made, but not fast enough

    The report notes some progress towards universal access to basic water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services. Between 2016 and 2020, the share of the global population with safe drinking water at home increased from 70% to 74%; availability of sanitary systems organized in compliance with safety requirements increased from 47 to 54%; the provision of handwashing facilities with soap and water increased from 67% to 71%.

    In 2020, for the first time, more people moved from sewerage to improved on-site sanitation systems such as pit latrines and septic tanks that enable efficient collection and treatment of wastewater. National governments should provide adequate support for measures to implement safely managed on-site sanitation systems, including systems for the disposal of faecal waste.

    Urgent increase in resource investment needed

    The report clearly states that if current trends continue, billions of children and families will remain without access to essential and life-saving WASH services, and notes that by 2030:

    • only 81% of the world’s population will have access to safe drinking water at home, which means that 1.6 billion people will still be deprived of access to this resource;
    • Only 67% of the population will have access to safe sanitation, that is, 2.8 billion people will be deprived of such an opportunity;
    • Only 78% of the population will have access to basic handwashing facilities, meaning 1.9 billion people will not have these facilities.

    The report also notes significant inequalities in this area, affecting vulnerable children and families the most. To achieve universal access to safely managed drinking water by 2030, the current rate of progress in the least developed countries must be increased tenfold. In unstable conditions, in which people are twice as likely to lack safe drinking water, this process should be accelerated by 23 times.

    “Even before the pandemic, millions of children and families suffered from a lack of access to clean water, safe sanitation and handwashing,” said UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore. “Despite our impressive progress to date in scaling up these vital services, the alarming growth in demand continues to outstrip our ability to respond and take action. The time has come to dramatically accelerate our action to ensure that every child and every family has the basic tools they need for their health and well-being, including the fight against infectious diseases such as COVID-19″.

    Other highlights of the report include:

    • Eight out of 10 people without access to basic drinking water services live in rural areas. Similarly, safely managed sanitation services reach 62% of the world’s urban population and only 44% of the rural population.
    • The slowest pace of progress in this area is in sub-Saharan Africa. In these countries, only 54% of the human population has access to safe drinking water, compared to only 25% in fragile areas.
    • Menstrual hygiene data are starting to emerge, showing that in many countries the menstrual hygiene needs of a large proportion of women and girls are not being met, with particularly vulnerable populations such as the poor and people living with a disability.

    Accelerating the pace of progress on WASH requires recognition of the priority of this issue at the senior level of international agencies, governments, civil society and the private sector. To do this, WASH should be a regular item on the agenda of high-level political meetings, allowing Member States to monitor progress. This is of particular relevance in the context of the 2023 mid-term review of the Decade of Action on Water, the first UN conference on water and sanitation in nearly 50 years.

    Notes to editors

    The WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (JMP) monitors global progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) targets on drinking water, sanitation and hygiene. The JMP publishes national, regional and global assessments of progress on WASH at the household, school and health facility levels.

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    Report of the Joint Monitoring Program (JMP) Progress in Domestic Drinking Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene 2000-2020 — English

    WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program for Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (JMP) — English

    WHO: Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) — English

    UNICEF: Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) — English

    Quadruple! — Russian Football Union

    19:05, 06 November 2021

    The Russian beach soccer team in the final of the Intercontinental Cup beat the Iranian team for the second time in the tournament and won the prestigious trophy for the fourth time.

    The match ended with the score 3:2 in favor of Our guys. As part of the Russian national team, Boris Nikonorov scored a hat-trick.

    The Russian team won the Intercontinental Cup for the fourth time, having previously managed to do this in 2011, 2012 and 2015. This season, the Russians also won gold medals at the World Championships, which took place in Moscow.

    Russia — Iran — 3:2 (1:0, 2:1, 0:1)
    Russia : Kosharny, Parkhomenko — Shkarin, Kotenev, Zemskov, Krasheninnikov, Shishin, Fern, N. Kryshanov, Romanov , Nikonorov.
    Goals: Nikonorov (3) — Akbari, Mokhtari.

    The Russian team demonstrated from the first seconds who is the world champion on the court. In the first two minutes, our players created several dangerous chances at the Iranian gate at once, and in the middle of the third, Boris Nikonorov got out of the corner flag and shot irresistibly into the near corner.

    The Russians used every opportunity to strike, as if feeling not the most confident game of the opponent’s goalkeeper. The Iranians tried to seize the initiative and hold the ball, but the Russians almost did not reach dangerous moments at the gates. Wards of Mikhail Likhachev, on the contrary, more than once fled to lightning-fast counterattacks. The first 12 minutes flew by instantly, but more than the score before the break has not changed. For a short pause, our team left with a minimal advantage.

    The start of the second 12-minute period was once again for Our guys. Artur Paporotny threw a perfect throw on the head of Boris Nikonorov, who shot the goal from close range — 2:0. At the equator of the match, the Yaroslavl scorer of the Russian national team performed what made him famous all over the world. A great bicicleta, and the ball ends up in the far bottom corner of the opponent’s goal. A hat-trick in the final is the answer to all critics. Alas, after this blow, Boris could not leave the site without outside help, getting injured.

    Our team continued to control the course of the match and at the same time did not allow the Iranians to disturb Stanislav Kosharny, blocking all attempts to strike at the goal.