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With this much technology packed into a hockey puck something is bound to go wrong. For me it just happened to be one of the hottest days of the year! It was over 100 degrees outside and about 95 in my house. Nest worked great for about 3 weeks then started giving errors that my "wiring has changed". That was funny because wiring hasn't changed in this house for probably 20 years. Then it said it didn't have a power cable connected (it uses your low voltage house power to charge it's internal battery). Apparently the house wasn't giving it enough juice to stay charged. So Nest eventually died and faded to black on my wall. It's a good idea but I won't trust another one. I promptly put my old reliable thermostat back up. I do miss seeing that thing glow when I walked past. And it was great controlling the temp. from my ipad upstairs (so convenient). Really slick looking but the slick factor doesn't keep my house at a proper temperature. Too bad, I really wanted this thing to work :(
These headphones are amazing! I recently purchased the Legacy Headphones with 3-Stage Technology. They're design is impeccable. A part from their flawless design, they have active noise cancellation, which make them ideal for travel and other activities.
The package arrived and was as described. The game has great graphics and dances. My child plays with this game for hours. It really gets the party started everyone from young to old gets involved even without controllers. Nice variety of songs and dances.
This is a very detailed oriented book about installing,setting up a company file and using Quickbooks. It is a step by step easy to read manual that can help even a novice work with the program. The screen shots along with the step by step format makes this a must have manaul for QuickBooks users. This manual I believe will be able to be used for future verison of QuickBooks as the underlying format of the program essentially stays the same. A great addition to your library of user friendly manuals.
Smooth taste, no caffeine, I enjoy before bedtime. The peppermint, spearmint teas are soothing. I would recommend to anyone who likes to gear down at the end of the day and relax.
Power can be too strong, so it is necessary to pay attention to the setting on the wand. I can't figure out how to stop the pulsing, which I do not like at all. However, the strength is a plus factor. The noise factor is pretty strong, but I've never heard one that wasn't. I love the way the wand cord winds neatly back into a specific location and does not get entangled or block the repositioning of the wand and tip for storage. My past water floss units have had similarly curled cords, but they had no specific home so they eventually got out of control and in the way of putting the wand on its stand. The water reservoir holds plenty of volume. I fill about half full with warm water and add a small amount of mouthwash. I have had three units in the past. The first lasted well over 10 years, the 2nd and 3rd less than one year each. It will be interesting to see how long this one lasts. I would love to see this design streamlined for travel. I have older travel units (the exact models are still sold) that hold water in an attached reservoir and are also super loud. I have to angle the attached all-in-one unit to get the tip to teeth and it moves the water away from the hole that carries water to the tip. I would love to see this H2ofloss unit stream lined for holding fewer tips (an amazing number of tips!) and less water (about half?), pluggable still, and retain the wand cord for travel! There are tips for tongue, several for braces or periodontal disease, and one for sinus irrigation. I need a straight water source tip and I might like the sinus irrigation once I try it - unknown yet. The enclosed two pieces to arrange tips in the holding reservoir were so confusing I tossed them in recycles and dropped the extra tips in the storage unit. Perhaps the price of the main unit could be lowered, the two fitting thingys eliminated, and these amazingly varied tips offered for a decent price as accessories - like $1 or less each for those who need or want them. Summary: Good water power, neat storage for cord/wand, lots of accessory tips, and a nice-enough design that I'd love to see it in a travel version at least half or less than the current size. Sound insulation would be nice. I will update if this unit fails as quickly as the last three (another brand) did!