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VXi BlueParrott® B250-XT Xtreme Noise Suppression(TM) Bluetooth Headset
VXi BlueParrott® B250-XT Xtreme Noise Suppression(TM) Bluetooth Headset
Offered by VXi BlueParrott
Price: $79.99
10 used & new from $59.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Still works well after one year of use, April 13, 2015
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Very pleased with this purchase after one year of moderate to heavy use. Haven't had to replace any of the parts and it still holds a charge well. The sound clarity and adjustibility of the microphone and headpiece is good. This unit provides better sound quality and comfort than the headset design that fits over/around the back of the ear.


Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power
Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power
Offered by Random House LLC
Price: $11.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Should be required reading, April 10, 2015
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Drift should be required reading in high schools and beyond. We read it for book club and it sparked a lively discussion. Found the latter chapters the most engaging and interesting. A non-partisan analysis of the evolution of American military power and its effects on the lives of U.S. citizens, written by a Rhodes scholar and popular TV personality.


The End of Dieting: How to Live for Life
The End of Dieting: How to Live for Life
Offered by HarperCollins Publishers
Price: $12.99

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars this is the one I'd recommend., January 26, 2015
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If you're only going to buy one Fuhrman book, this is the one I'd recommend.


Mail Boss 7107 Curbside Security Locking Mailbox
Mail Boss 7107 Curbside Security Locking Mailbox
Price: $185.80
13 used & new from $164.01

5.0 out of 5 stars Very happy with the secure design, January 26, 2015
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Very happy with the secure design, the roomy area of mail, and the look of the box. It is holding up well and our mail has remained secure.


ChestnutPro-Cut
ChestnutPro-Cut

4.0 out of 5 stars It Works!, January 26, 2015
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This review is from: ChestnutPro-Cut (Kitchen)
So far, so good, the product has held up well through the first batch of chestnuts. It does the job effectively, has an attractive design, and makes easy work of the most challenging aspect of roasting chestnuts.


2 Carat Blue Sapphire Bezel Stud Earrings 14Kt White Gold
2 Carat Blue Sapphire Bezel Stud Earrings 14Kt White Gold
Offered by Elizabeth Jewelry Inc
Price: $299.99

1.0 out of 5 stars Buyer beware, January 26, 2015
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The earrings arrived with one post loose and bent. Upon gently trying on the earrings, the post fell completely off. Extremely poor quality. The backings and posts feel very cheap. Unfortunate because the design of the earrings is otherwise reasonably attractive. The gift box is a cardboard box with a piece of cotton inside--not something you'd want to use for a gift. But the box is a small detail compared to the poor quality of the earring. I would be wary of buying anything from this company again based on the delivery of visibly defective product.


OXO SteeL Garlic Press, Stainless
OXO SteeL Garlic Press, Stainless
Price: $19.95
22 used & new from $14.98

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful Design Marginal Effectiveness, October 9, 2012
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This OXO Garlic Press feels solid and is pleasant to hold. It's well designed in the sense that it's all one piece with no extra parts to lose--just flip it over and press to get the excess unused portion of garlic out of the chamber after pressing. Therein lies the problem: The large amount of excess unused garlic that remains after pressing. This unused portion is stripped of moisture and not viable for use in a recipe. Before getting this garlic press I was chopping around 6 cloves of garlic per day. Without a press, 100% of the garlic clove is used. This press results in wasting at least half of the garlic clove--basically the entire surface area of the clove because only the innards make it through the press. My disappointing conclusion is that garlic quantity and quality is maximized by chopping it with a high quality knife. Note: This review is based on processing the garlic after removing the skin. I tried pressing the garlic with the skin on but doing so results in even more of the garlic being wasted.


Instant Pot® IP-CSG60 5-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker, 6.33qt, Latest 3rd Generation Technology, Stainless Steel Cooking Pot and Exterior
Instant Pot® IP-CSG60 5-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker, 6.33qt, Latest 3rd Generation Technology, Stainless Steel Cooking Pot and Exterior

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Very Good Pressure Cooker, September 27, 2012
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I've been using this pressure cooker an average of once per day for 8 months now. Some days I use it several times for day for steaming, rice making, and soup. The product is reliable, versatile, and the company is responsive if you have questions or problems. Be sure that the silicon white ring on the lid is properly in place and that you have the minimum one cup of water in the unit or otherwise the cooker may not come up to pressure.

Update: 18 months later this pressure cooker is still getting heavy use and holding up great. Highly recommended.


Born Womens 'Haddon' Platform Heeled Clog Shoe, Dark Brown, US 7
Born Womens 'Haddon' Platform Heeled Clog Shoe, Dark Brown, US 7

1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Gorgeous and comfortable, July 10, 2012
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These are my favorite shoes. They are well made and durable--a good example of, you get what you pay for. Despite the 3-inch heel they are supremely comfortable. In fact they're more comfortable than most shoes with far lower heels. At first they're a little snug but, as with most leather shoes, they loosen up with continued wear. Love the brown color. The only reason I gave them 4 stars instead of 5 is because they're leather and I dislike purchasing animal material, but not enough to pass up these otherwise superbly made shoes.

Update: After several months of wear most days of the week I like these shoes even more.


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21 of 26 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Cheaply Made Oversized Clown Shoes, July 10, 2012
I've run in Nike shoes for the past couple of decades and the Air Max has been my top preference for years. It was time for a new pair and I bought these online in my usual size 7 in mango. Sadly, they resemble cheaply made over-sized clown shoes. I could live with the hideous color and look of the shoe if they fit right and had decent support, but they don't. The shoe consists of cheaply made plastic lowers with flimsy mesh uppers, yet the shoe feels heavy, clumsy, and bulky. I've always taken a size 7 in Nike but these are not true to size--lots of extra room in the toe box that would only work right if you have pointy little tippy toes. It's not surprising that this Air Max+ 2012 ranks poorly on durability. I bought them directly from Nike.com, which promises free returns if you register on the Nike site. But I've already spent over an hour on the phone trying to get the prepaid return shipping label but still haven't received it because they claim that the system isn't working right. I read some reviews on other sites stating that the air deflates from the sole area rendering this shoe useless for running after only a short period--again not surprising when you see how cheaply made this shoe looks and feels. Nike just isn't the quality brand it used to be.
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