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It is very well made. I purchased two laser light shows last year which were wonderful but did not give any options as to color of lights, blinking options, or a timer. I definitely intended to purchase more so I decided to try this. This one has it all. I'm super excited because it covers a much larger area than the laser light show. The look of this is much sturdier and very appealing. I am very happy with this purchase and plan on ordering more before the holidays. I was offered this product at a discounted price for an honest review. Honestly, I will purchase this product again without the discount because it works wonderfully. I base a lot of my purchase decisions on user reviews, so I try to write quality reviews in turn. If you've found this review helpful, please click the 'helpful' box
This machine is terrible - my husband used it a few times and since then has had severe back and leg pain - his doctor thinks that this machine hurt him more than it did any good - company will not refund his money so don't waste your money on this machine
Terrible reliability and even worse customer service. I have owned this product for 2.5 years. Within six months something went wrong with a roller and a repair guy had to come fix it. The past two months I have been trying to repair this treadmill myself, since the service warranty only covers two years. Guess how that has gone. They have sent three defective consoles (one didn't even fit), and two defective control boards so far. I have had to pay a repair guy twice to come to my house ($100 each visit), and the product is still sitting dead. BUYER BEWARE!!!
It was actually much more entertaining than I thought it would be. The actresses are fantastic, no matter what, and they were very funny. I had no idea Chris Hemsworth was in it. He was a riot and a wonderful surprise. He made me laugh more than once. It's not the original, but a good remake with sassy ladies. It was great to see the cameos of all the originals. Except of course, for Harold Ramis. R.I.P.
Do yourself a favor: download the sample, skip to Chapter 2 -- which is where the back story starts getting injected after a kickoff on arrival at the massive alien spaceship -- read the inanity within, and save yourself from even mildly wanting to read about the silly characters' space adventure. Cue the predictably stereotypical NASA male nerd: "I'm here to recruit the World's Greatest Linguist for a top secret space mission, so I better not say anything stupid because I totally have the hots for that hottie. Who knew such smart chicks could be such hotties?" Cue the unflappable, driven academic woman: "I don't have time to stop walking while this horny nerd pesters me, I'm too miffed that my brightest female grad student is about to throw her career away on marriage and babies. But I guess I'll pick up coffee and drive out to the middle of nowhere with him so we can talk more privately about whatever he wants." Nerd: "So uh, this is all classified, so I'm going to need you to sign a nondisclosure agreement later (if I even remember to give it to you), but nevermind that. The Roswell UFO crash really happened, and we're going to go explore their giant mothership way the heck out in the asteroid belt." Superlinguist: "Huh. Interesting. I'm not at all astounded nor do I even think you've watched one too many X-Files. But anyway I'm not up for the job; like Ted Striker in Airplane!, I can't get over the last time people trusted me on a Doomed Voyage. Bye." Nerd: "D'oh. I just gave out classified information, AND my fellow nerds are gonna think I hit on her."