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  • Ljudah - At the stove or at the dining table....

    This salt, pepper, or spice grinder is built to be operated by a single hand. There is no need to manually grind with both hands or have to replace batteries every month. Just add the spices you need while cooking or stirring the pot on the cooktop. This versatile grinder can be used in the kitchen or on the dining table whichever you prefer. This will add elegance to any dining experience you should desire to create.

  • KimberlyM - Love the toner, hate the new bottle!

    I love the toner, but hate the new spray bottle! It doesn't spray that good to properly cover your face. It's so much more of an effort. I ended up pouring the new product in my old bottle, so much better. The packaging looks nice, but isn't cutting it....back to the cutting board! I also wanted to add that the toner has a wonderful fresh citrus scent. It's hydrating, but not oily and has done wonders for my acne/cystic prone skin!

  • KLKF - A convenient, satisfactory alternative that could be even better for the discrete photographer...

    I bought this to fit in another branded messenger/laptop bag since I didn't want to "scream" photographer with my appearance. With the included 2 full dividers, I'm able to create 3 sections separating the usual gear I carry (5D Mark II, 40mm f/2.8 and 85mm f/1.8 lens along with an EOS-M, 22mm and 18-55mm lens, and 270EX II flash). The full dividers are enough, but I do wish it included a small (half-size) divider to attach horizontally. The two zippers move smoothly, allowing the top to open completely and out of the way for quicker access. The soft felt interior is nice for a scratch free feeling, and the nylon exterior and grab handle provides a smooth removal from my bag. With the backside being more rigid for support, the front (wraps around the sides), bottom and top thickness/protection falls a bit short as it's not as dense as I had hoped (especially for the price), but not terribly thin is just an insert after all. Despite the noted shortcomings, I am satisfied with it.

  • Christy - Easy and strong

    Easy install. I was worried that the 3m tape wouldn't hold up but I wiped the center console down first with some alcohol and it hasn't budged in over 6months.

  • Jeffrey R Lewis - This release was very unreliable and I never should have upgraded.

    I often wonder why I pay for year over year upgrades when so little features are offered that interest me (if any). There were two additions for 2014 that I could even note and one addressed a major flaw in the 2013 version. You can now sync to the Quicken Cloud on the scheduled updates with the 2014 version ... or at least I thought you could. You see, the 2013 version would update to your accounts plus the Cloud when you ran the One Step update manually. The scheduled updates would cover your accounts but mysteriously omitted the Cloud options. That is a gross omission and it almost seemed Intuit went out of their way to not allow this like they took the time to remove the checkbox on the other setting screen. 2014 promised to allow scheduling of the Cloud update but ... wait for it ... the software came with bugs right out of the gate. Not only did the Cloud update not work, but the entire process was broken and would never work for scheduled updates. I could run updates manually, but that is not the point. I contacted support several times about this and they were more concerned about getting me offline and "wait" to see what happens. The last contact told me that there was nothing they could do and there was something wrong with my Windows installation. I researched the issue on the public Quicken forums and BINGO this was a prevalent issue that many customers were complaining about. The common response was "wait for R3". So it appears that Intuit could not even fix this in their 2nd release. I have never really cared for Quicken as a former Microsoft Money user as Quicken always seemed out of date and felt like a 10 year old interface. Bugs are common and Quicken has been one major disappointment after another. I would be ecstatic to move on to another money management program if there were any competition.

  • Mary Jane Kumagai - BUT it's amazing how well it takes the edge off

    I've been trying MANY different remedies for my arthritic fingers & nothing was really helping. I saw the infomercial w/Chuck Woolery & decided to give it a try. The cream doesn't eliminate all the pain, BUT it's amazing how well it takes the edge off. The joints in my fingers usually throb when I'm trying to sleep & this cream really helps. I would recommend trying this product. A 2 ounce jar sells for $18.00 @ Walmart & I got a 4 ounce jar for $18.20 @ amazon!!!! :)