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I can't say enough great things about this projector. I bought it a bit ago and was excited to set it up. I unveiled it at a cookout a had upon which I turned it on at the end of dusk and projected the amazing images upon the side of my house. My guests were quite entertained as they witnessed a hypnotic array of images dancing on my vinyl siding. The patterns are bright and vivid and the patterns and speed is variable with the use of the remote included. The intensity of the laser lights is incredible and were even visible when projected on the further tree line. I had even used it indoors at one point and was further impressed with the great show. The unit is easy to put together and is functional within minutes of taking it from the box. I have started using this at every social event that runs into the dark hours and I have had many people asking me where I got this. I received this product at a discounted price in exchange for an honest and fair review of the item and I have found myself to be very happy with my purchase. If you have ever marveled at these amazing little light shows, this is a great one to purchase.
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I had high hopes for this purchase. While shipping time and packaging were great, the product itself did not work the way it was advertised. Instructions state to wait at least 2 weeks to really noticed a diminished amount of insect activity. However, there was no decrease, there are still ants roaming freely in my kitchen and small roaches are still lurk in dark corners of the house. I have 4 children and would prefer not to use chemicals to treat for insects, but alas it looks as if this will be the case. I even bought 4 of these things to ensure the whole house was covered, and while this was a good idea in theory, the product did not work.
This was easy to install and it looks great, however in the hills of West Virginia, it's not getting good reception - only toward the tops of the hills. I'm thinking about looking for another after-market antennae that is bigger and will get better reception. If you live in a flat area I could see this working great, but not in hilly areas.
These K&N Oil Filters are the only ones I now use. I have a new 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee with the 5.7 Liter HEMI V-8. The oil filter is protected by a metal guard around it which makes using a standard strap wrench very difficult. Use have to use one that accepts a square shank socket extension. And the one I have does not allow for much torque to be applied. The 1" nut welded on the end of the K&N Oil Filter makes removal and installation a snap. I just use a standard 1" socket with a short extension, and a ratchet. The K&N is the only oil filter that I know of that has this feature.