healthcenter.lafayette.edu Review:Bailey Health Center · Lafayette College - A national leader in student research and graduate career success, Lafayette offers university-sized resources at a student-centered liberal arts college
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Awesome bag, everything where you need it and construction is obviously top notch. I would highly recommend it - student or business use alike. The only thing missing is a dedicated media pocket with headphone porting.
I had already read all of the old stories so I'm giving this three stars but if I was JUST rating the new short story I'd have given it 4 :)
This does have a lot of useful stuff, but as a whole, I am not sure you are better off paying for this than you are searching the internet. So far I haven't found anything in the book that wasn't easier to find and free online. It also tends to be a bit overly simplistic. For example, this particular car is known for needing the thermostat replaced after about 60k miles. Haynes says: pull the hoses, remove the three bolts, reverse the process to reinstall. The problem is that in this car you need to pull the power steering pump first, which means removing the serpentine belt, which means you need to pull the wheel to access the tensioner. The book makes no mention of the that, but every set of instructions I found online did.
Let me preface this review with I have not received any discounting or promotion on this product. This is an honest consumer review. I did a head-to-head comparison of two brand-new 10 ounce lowball stainless steel cups; one from YETI and the other from RTIC. I took two, 2 1/2 inch ice balls that were frozen at the same time with the same water source. Both cups were at room temperature and each ice ball was placed in each cup at the same time. I am very please to state that the RTIC and YETI were comparable to the point that any differences in ice keeping ability is negligible. In fact the RTIC kept the cube for approximately 45 minutes longer than the YETI. Both cups kept ice past 16 hours. Some product observations, the yeti is heavier but only slightly. I was impressed with the RTIC lid, it fit tighter out of the box than did the YETI lid. I wasn't allowed to post my previous review in regards to pricing of the products. So I will not go into that at this point other than to say do your research. I was able to get the RTIC cup for half via the company site. I also wanted to state that the RTIC comes with a lid while the YETI does not.