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I have very fine thin long, straight hair, that said, I wish that the bristles were retractable because I foolishly tried to roll it up to make curls and tangled my hair up pretty badly, won't be doing that again anytime soon!
I love it! I've been using it so far just on craft beers and it works as advertised. It's easy to set up and to clean. It does take some trial and error attempts to refine the pouring process but we're talking beer so just have fun drinking the "it's not quite there" miscues. The only negative is the tap handle on mine doesn't quite screw in properly and the sometimes pops off. Small price to pay for at home draft beer.
Amazing experience and we spent 2 hours with it before even gaming. I love the voice control, Xbox pause, Xbox watch HBO, Xbox Skype Mandy, Xbox Netflix, it has everything from Crackle to Hulu. Forget Apple TV and Roku - this is worth it. The Skype experience is worth it as my wife has family in Brazil. We have 4-5 Brazilians talking at the same time and the camera is magic - it follow and zooms to whomever is talking. The games are good but it's really just the beginning for the platform. It is NOT backward compatible and there is no way to make it so. Stupid move from Microsoft and Sony. HDMI passthrough is the way to go.
Great switch!! Instructions could be easier to understand by explaining how Not too use the red jumper on back of switch. Instead just hook red straight to middle port. This allows switch to only glow blue when turned on.
This thing is a holy pain in the rear to get on and it's waaaay too sensitive. First I had it on my left wrist (dominant hand) and changed the settings on the FitBit app to "dominant wrist" but found that the step count was about 2,000 steps higher than my actual step count. Then I put it on my right wrist and changed the setting to "non-dominant wrist" but the step count was still off because every time I move my arm, the thing counts it as a step. I work at a desk where I move my arms back and forth all day long. I paid $86 and some change for this and I am not impressed at all in the very least. Save your money folks!