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  • neilontheroad - great product

    I have been using this product for years. If your traveling in a RV this is the best. You can plan your days and directions the way you want to go. It is easy. My only problem now is that I use a mac computer and they do not have it for mac.

  • shalom - Wonderful healing properties!

    This product is wonderful. A tablespoon each day calms the stomach and digestive track. It will cure MRSA and help heal the effects of heliobactor. I highly recommend this product!

  • maestro - Seems Microsoft is lost in space

    The last real update for MS Office was 2010 release. Then 2013 was a mistake and 2016 is a nightmare. Not only it looks like 70's software displayed on screen but also it loads MUCH longer than MS Office 2010. Now the best questions: can you see any major new features or improvements over last 6 years (2010 vs 2016)? I know no one who can tell what the hell is new in MS Office 2016. DO NOT BUY. Microsoft treats us like idiots...

  • THEJUDGE - The King is Back!!!!

    Finally!!! I been a PES/Winning 11 Fans for years and I was really disappointed from the 2014 version

  • Amazon Customer - Has a fine consistency that cleans and scrubs good leaving skin clean ...

    Works well. Has a fine consistency that cleans and scrubs good leaving skin clean and very moisturized. Also has a nice coconut scent.

  • Vicky A - Functions perfectly or so I thought... read update.

    I was excited to order this since I need another diffuser. I immediately put it to use the moment it arrived. It was packaged well and arrived intact. The box contains the diffuse, the cord and a little plastic cup for adding water. It's is nice that the cord is detachable. When attached, it runs flush against the bottom, so no issue with it being unbalanced to cause it to tip over. I had a little difficulty opening the diffuser to add water. The outside of it is pretty slick, so make sure your hands are dry and free of lotion. Once I got it open, it was easier the next time. The cup that comes with it holds a bit more water than what is marked on the unit, so keep that in mind. I added water and some essential oil (peppermint and lavender). I switched through all the different colors of lights and settled on the dark blue. It's nice that it has different colors to choose from. I sometimes run it with no light at all. It has two settings for diffusing. One setting runs 30 seconds and off 30 seconds. The other is continuous. I love that it has an automatic shut off. I tend to just set it and forget it. The automatic shut off refers to the diffuser only though. The power light will remain on as will the night light if you have that on. This isn't an issue for me, just something to take note of. When I first used it, I was little perplexed as to why it was not blowing out the top when it was clearly working. I came to realize that the hole in the top of the unit was blocked with a plastic plug. No where in the instructions is this mentioned at all. Once I removed the plug it worked perfectly. I'm not sure if that plug was supposed to be removed before shipment or not. If not, it really needs to be mentioned in the instruction booklet. Other than that, it functions just as it should.

  • marytheres pardinek - Happy with Product

    The leak was somewhere I didn't think of, @ the hose line. I thought it was at the skimmer basket. I used another Amazon product "Anderson flourescent dye" which easy to watch travel to the leak spot. Then I followed the directions for fix a leak and am shocked! It's been 4 days and where I would have dropped fluid level a good 4" by now otherwise, I haven't dropped more than 1/2" Looks good to go.