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Just mentioning the navigation feature doesn't seem to work with the kindle app version. Other than that, a good version of the NABRE.
This iron heats up fast and works on my super thick/hard to style hair. I was a bit clumsy with it at first when trying to get used to twirling my hair around the wand, but you get the hang of it after a few minutes.
First off was looking for a full suspension 29er. Tested the Trek Rumblefish and Superfly 100 and then the top dog on my list, the Santa Cruz Tall boy. I still intend on purchasing the Tallboy but at $3,000 I'll need to save for that. Plus I need a bike for my wife. So I either get one for myself or buy a cheaper 29er and get her one. Enter the Diamondback Overdrive Comp 2012 version. I found mine for a steal of a deal still in the box at $489! I was told to look longer and purchase a Cannondale, Specialized, or Trek. Well I looked at these and for the price of the Comp these other big companies couldn't compete with what Diamondback has on the their bikes in the hardtail 29er version. Components are good, but not the best but I'd say better than average. The saddle is a bit hard and I will probably replace this. The bike on the trail handles exceptionally well. Again all I have to compare this too was the full suspension 29ers I was spending much time on. The last one being the the Tallboy by Santa Cruz, an expensive boutique bike that is rated as one of the best. In comparison to the FS bikes I was pleasantly surprised by the Comp. This bike can climb! In rock gardens, turns, or anything this bike can handle it. I've shown it to may people and they are really surprised at the weight of the bike. It's lighter than I expected. I thought it was going to be very heavy but it's actually very manageable. Of course its not as light as the Santa Cruz or the Superfly 100 but seemed about a light as the Trek rumblefish. I do like Schimano components and SRAm for me is taking some getting used to but thats a small thing. It shifts very well and accurately. Most of the other big companies have a 29er in a hard tail, but like I said they don't offer what DB does for the price, and as I tested their bikes the DB Comp 29er performs better than their 29er hardtails! I think sometimes you are paying for the name on these other 29er hard tails.
This product is amazing! I've only been prone to occasional minor T-zone breakouts, as well as more consistant hormonal breakouts (especially with being pregnant). I didn't use it for a few days while on vacation and my breakouts flared back up but 2 days into reusing it I'm pretty much cleared of my breakouts. Only use a dime size if that each wash.
I've been looking for a proper pan for a long time and I could safely reccomend this pan. It's made of a great carbon steel that doesn't rust anywhere as easily as compared to a carbon steel wok i recently bought. It's a solid piece of metal, I'm not sure how that affects performance in a home kitchen but all I could say it does have great heat conductivity compared yo stainless steel. However, note that it doesn't have the heat retention as cast iron but I wasn't looking for that. It sears great, elegant and sophisticated in design, devolops a great seasoning enamel, works great on induction, and overall a great price for what it delivers. I know in the future my family will love this pan and I hope it becomes a heirloom.
Not at all what I was expecting. There's about 10 small pictures on each page. Doesn't grab my daughter's attention at all. Each page looks just like the cover there but it's only 5x5 inches big. There's too much going on, on each picture for it to be used as a learning tool at this age.