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  • MICHELLE - I'll never buy a power cord from th store again!

    I plan to use this Type C quick charge wall charger near my bed. When I'm on my galaxy note 7 quickly. It's a heavy duty and great quality cord! This is a quick charge cord In less then an hour my phone was fully charged! Very impressed. If you want the same store bought quality this is the one for you!

  • Debbie - Immortal Ops

    The story of Lukian and Peren is a good story. I enjoy the immortal ops books by Mandy Roth, one of my favored authors.

  • Joseph - I didnt actually use it for the intended reason it was made but i do have gutters and they didnt fit.

    Its a great idea to put these up. If i had a problem with leaves in my yard i would have you guys make me a set that fits my gutters.

  • avid reader - Good translation, but original Hebrew text more nuanced

    I own exactly eight books and exactly five of them are on exactly this topic, as the successful avoidance of huge ships is sort of a hobby of mine. So, yeah, I'm kind of an expert. Good book. Sound advice, if a bit repetitive. I'm looking forward to the movie.

  • fulloseet - good set to have

    15 bags, that's less then $2 a bag. (1) 35" x 48" Jumbo Size Seal Storage Space Saver Bags, (3) 26.5" x 39.5" XL Space Saver Bags, (4) 21.5" x 33.5" Large Vacuum Bags, (4) 18" x 22.5" Medium Size Space Saver Bags, (2) 18" x 22.5" Suitcase Medium Travel Roll Up Garment Bag, (1) 13.5" x 19.5" Suitcase Small Travel Roll Up Bag. I had blankets and cold weather clothing stored in bins. I decided to place them in the bags and see if I could save some space. I did save a little space and I don't have to worry about spills or dirt getting into them. The bags were heavy plastic with two seals (like a zip lock freezer bag) on the top. Then it has a slide to make sure the seals are sealed. You place the items in the bags and being careful so that nothing is caught in the seals at the top, you get some of the air out. Yes like freezer bags. You run the slide across twice or more if you are like me. On the side of the bag there is a blue valve with a lid. you twist off the lid and under it is the valve. you twist on the pump (which is included with the bags, see picture) and pump. This where getting the extra air out before you seal helps. The bag shrinks up with the air being sucked out and so it compresses the items in them. I did get a discount for trying this, and giving a honest review. I did have a small cut on one bag, and it took a couple of times filling it up then checking on it a few mins later and see that air had gotten back into the bag. The pump can be tiring but was surprisingly easy. So I just took a break after sucking the air out of one bag, before I went to the next.

  • Frank Schulwolf - The right golf ball

    Three years ago a Bridgestone fitting team came to my club. I took the opportunity to try their products and was pleasantly surprised. After measuring my swing speed at right on 105mph the technician recommended the B330 RX.

  • Johanna - Just ok

    The item was exactly what I ordered but so far it hasn't been working how I expected. It's very mild to me, and doesn't have quite an affect on my body but then again everyone is different.