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I absolutely LOVE this treadmill. It is "very" quiet as mentioned in reviews. It is a tad heavier than I anticipated but each time I move it, it becomes easier. Muscle building! I am working my way to a healthier me and it feels great. I have a lot more energy and it is surprisingly easy to type and talk on the phone etc. The thing I found funny is dialing the phone - that is a little trickier. Worth every penny!
It fit as described and comes with other sizes of o-rings to adjust the fit. I like the color and the graphic and letters design on the top of it.
I loved this book! I really like short novels, and this was short but entertaining. I suggest this book to 9-12 yr olds. I could relate to this book and I'm sure all the other young teens will also be able to relate. Overall, it was an amazing book
I was hesitant, because I didn't want a Twilight clone, so I kept looking at the reviews for weeks before I went ahead and tried it. So sorry I wasted my time. Granted, it wasn't the exact same story as Twilight (sorry T fans, I know there it is, it's just my personal opinion, but coming from an era when there were good vampire stories around and kick-butt people like Buffy, Twilight bores me to tears), but this book ranks right there with it as dull and predictable. While there were aspects of it that reflected what it could have been a lot better, it was impossible to get past the extremely one-dimensional characters, and the 2 main characters just wham, falling in love at first sight without spending any time together whatsoever. (Not to mention the same old done that a million times way she was approached by the first vampire.) Spoiler alert: It would have even been a little better if once she was presented to the main male character, he would have just taken her as his slave or whatever because he thought she was more interesting or he was curious about her. Instead, we are supposed to believe right then and there at first sight, because she managed to show some teensy tiny bit of fight, that he fell in love with her. And with the little bit of time she spent with him in captivity, she was able to just let the fact that she was kidnapped and held to be his slave all that time go, because she too was already infatuated with him. Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease.
I've only had it for less than two weeks and it takes forever to charge (never reached 100% again after first use), and now it will not charge over 18% when I leave it in for over two hours.