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This wasn't for myself personally. When it arrived it looked in great shape. I haven't heard any complaints so as far as I know the owner of this manual is very happy with it.
Great product! Even the teens love it. It really does help the way it says it does. The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because I think it's a bit too bulky. A stool that can 'fold away' would be a great idea.
I got this for my husband for Christmas. He loves it. So easy to install and use. The video is clearer than I've seen on other dashcams.
I did not buy these from amazon but I bought them at Walmart for $15. Im not surprised I could get them on amazon for cheaper. This product at walmart I think was the only gel capsule which attracted me but also because their cheaper products were out of stock. I finished the whole month supply and Im thinking of trying a different product only because these made me nauseated almost every single time I took them (regardless how much I ate or dank water). Im not sure if my stomach was sensitive to a certain ingredient in here but that's something I will have to find out.
It's ok...... If you never want to take the case off. Or don't want to use a screen protector because it wont work with 1. I've tried multiple times. Different screen protectors.
This is still, after all these years, the best overall guide for all citizens, preppers or not, for a radiation emergency. It covers simple, inexpensive measures available to everyone to allow most of us to survive. Highly recommended.
A pretty good book. characters, world building, and descriptions are all filled in wonderfully. The only issue is the lack of a timeline. The legion marches for weeks, and while it's good to skip the drudgery, the author barely mentions how much time has passed between events. That is my only issue with the book and for many readers it will not be a problem. I just find the quickly passing time makes it look as if training, marching, etc, happens too easily and makes the work to rebuild the legion sound like a snap. Other than that, a good read.