Received VXDIAG VCX NANO for Ford Mazda in the UK 6 days after initial order, so not bad.
To start with the software installation can be a little problematic to the point I Installed up to V96 only, however as I am using on an 2006 Fiesta it more than adequate for my needs.
I purchased the device because I needed to program an ebay purchased key to the vehicle PATS system as I only had one key when I brought the car and really wanted a spare in case of loss or damage
VCX NANO was able to delete all old keys from the system then and add 2 new keys, whilst I was there I did some software updates on the PCM.
Honestly it really is a good device and works perfectly once you get over the software issue.
A bit of advice with the software is use virtual machine (its easier to delete and start again), and follow video guides found on youtube
Here is a quick guide for my success:
Use Virtual machine installer found on CD V100, install VM then create a VM
Then on the virtual machine
Install calibration from V81 CD
Install V91 from V100 CD and reboot without opening software
Once rebooted open software and agree to 3 day licence, enter any details
Close software and Install V96 and reboot without opening
Once rebooted you can open software
Install software on CD V100 for the VX device
At this point I just installed deep freeze found on cd V100
Hope my review helps. A pity is I didn’t take any photo.
Found their videos:
vxdiag ford v98 install video on VM
vxdiag ford v98 directly installation video
Thanks @Mr.Richard’s real test and report.
Thanks for his support on http://www.obd2shop.co.uk