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  • Rocky Balay - Nice packaging and that is all.......

    I received this product quickly. It was packaged beautifully and the oils were boxed nicely. However, I didn't care for the product. The aroma of all 6 of the oils were horrible--eucalyptus, tea tree, lavender, peppermint, lemongrass, and sweet orange. They all just smelled awful. I used the lavender, peppermint, and sweet orange in a diffuser together and separately. The aroma that all the oils were producing smell like plastic, rubber, and cardboard. The oils feel really diluted and not at all oily at all. For its listed price, I would can recommend this as a good buy. I have used many essential oils from different brands and these oils are probably the worse I have ever purchased. I probably won't buy this in the future.

  • slingbuck - Best MTB pedal ever.

    I went from toe straps to speedplay frogs 18 years ago on my mtb. I have never used any other pedal off road. In all these years I had one pedal have a chunk go missing after slamming it into a rock at Snow Shoe WV (I have been to snowshoe 20+ times but never in the winter! I guess they ski there in the winter or something?) I could see the bearing in the pedal after this impact but I kept riding it all weekend with no problems..........that is hardcore. The pedal body stayed together! The cleats can be a pain to set up for first time users and you may not like the ice like float at first but after a couple rides you will never use anything else. I have two pairs right now that I have no idea how long ago I got them. I have wore the engagement ring on the body down to nothing and they are starting to release a little too soon. They are 6+ years old each. I ride a lot and in sand that is hard on everything. I go through about 1 set of cleats a year. Buy the stainless ones. Best value for your money.