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  • Tang Yuanming - OK as a Day-to-day calendar, not what you'd expect from TNY though.

    The printing is OK, but the plastic support of the calendar is simply crude! The content (cartoons) are pretty cool and funny. 3 stars.

  • Austin Murphy - What about SMALL ships?

    As one who is prone to being struck by all manner of sea vessels, I naturally picked up this useful book. Certainly, it covers its topic well, since I learned very clearly how to maneuver in the impending approach of a huge ship. That problem has been solved. However, it has created a new one: I am routinely being menaced by small ships - life boats, canoes, dinghies, etc. Might I suggest an epilogue in a second edition, or perhaps a companion volume? It would certainly save me some kayak-shaped bruises.

  • Andra Williams - finacial management

    A very easy to read book. Very good information. I like how it shows how to work the problem in different ways. I could not use the CD that came with it. Perhaps my PC is not compartable with the software. I was a little disapointed with that.

  • DSL Automotive - Finally Something That Works as Advertised

    After purchasing multiple batteries because they had sat dead for too long (I purchase a lot of wrecked vehicles that sit for months before they are sent to auction) I got to thinking there must be something out there that can revive an otherwise worthless battery. The final straw came on the last vehicle I repaired; a F250 diesel with two batteries that were only 9 months old, but would not charge sufficiently to start the truck. Faced with spending $200 to replace the batteries I began researching other options. The reviews on the BatteryMinder were enough to convince me to take a chance on it, although it still seemed too good to be true. I'm here to tell you that after a little over a week of desulfating the batteries are as good as new. I followed the recommendations in the instructions and tested the batteries every three days to verify the voltage was increasing and then removed the charger when they stopped gaining voltage. Do yourself a favor and give this thing a try the next time you are faced with replacing a battery that has gone bad. With the price of batteries these days the charger actually costs less than most batteries.

  • MishL - 2, 4 & 9 year old approved :) happy mom!

    First, I want to say that I was the owner of an omega juicer, which was great, except that when juicing, you get the pulp separated from the juice and so you lose all of that fiber. When i saw this infomercial, it intrigued me, because I like my children (2,4 & 9) to get their veggies in, but they will not just eat them plain, usually. So, I cook things with broccoli in it, I find other ways to sneak in their veggies, but when I bought my omega juicer, I was hoping for something more. It was a great juicer, but again, the fiber issue and the bulkiness and hassle of cleanup is what kept it in my cupboard and not using it. I was very skeptical about the nutribullet and my husband refused, at first, to let me purchase it, because he said to me "you've been watching infomercials again, haven't you?" lol anyway, I knew when i tried greens in my regular blender, the greens would get stuck on the blade and it just never worked, so when i saw you could use greens in the nutribullet, I immediately wanted one. I sold my omega juicer that i paid 229 dollars on craigslist for 150. Then, i convinced my husband to let me purchase this. He caved. I went to walmart and picked one up for 99 dollars and the first time I tried it, my husband was actually impressed! A week later, he's using it by himself while I'm sleeping for breakfast! We tried spinach, , carrots, kale, banana, orange, pineapple, apple, blueberries, grapes and strawberries, ice and flax seed whole. At first i kept wondering why they had such little flavor, but then i figured out it was becuase of the water. Think about it like this - if you juice a pineapple, and add water to it, you are getting watered down flavor. So, i tried doing half juice, half water and WOW!! the taste improved significantly. The best part about it, is that my kids LOVE IT!!! When i had my juicer, they did not like the green juices I would make, I'd have to mix it with regular juice to get them to drink it down. They beg me to make nutriblasts! Now, after all the raving I've done, I WILL say a few things that kind of concerns me. One, it leaked a few drops twice so far. I just take a napkin and I wipe it up right away, and it's not anything more than a few drops, so for now, I'm assuming it was my fault for not screwing on the blade tight enough. (i never overfill above MAX line, so i know it's not that) Two - I am scared to run it for too long because it's my baby and I don't want to mess the motor up! lol Three- It does not pulverize the flax seed as good as i thought it would and there are tiny peices of skin from some fruits, but definitely so small that it doesn't even matter. I am SHOCKED at how this thing turns a peice of lettuce into liquid. There are no chunks whatsoever and any skin or seed that you can see are smaller than the size of a dot you'd make on a piece of paper with crayon. You can't even taste it. Even with my juicer, i'd get bigger chunks/thicker product than the nutribullet!! No complaints from the kids or hubby about it. We are LOVING this thing! right now it's on amazon for 159. That is too much money, in my opinion. Try walmart or bed bath and beyond for 99. and make sure to fill out your warranty card online, then you get an extra 3 month warranty! We've been using it daily for well over a week now and it really is a fantastic product. It makes me full enough to not eat ( i could stand to lose a lot of lbs) and so that is one thing I am really digging about it. And we all know fiber is important in our diets, which is something the nutriblasts offers that my expensive juicer can not. Great products, if my kids are begging for it like it's a treat, then I would most certainly recommend this!! I've consumed more greens in the past week using my nutriblast than I have in the past year :) I'm sold. Definitely consider this gadget for your home!