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  • ForeverStudent - A must have for medical school

    I would highly recommend first year med students to buy this now rather than second years. I am a second year and I am kicking myself for not buying it last year and just using it during the second half of first year and all through second year. My mistake.

  • Melissa Ponce - Really good shampoo

    Love this product, the packing, the smell, the texture, the herbs....I can't say enough good things about it! Makes your hair atrong and leaves a nice smell

  • George Stalker - The U. S. Air Force moving crew removed ...

    The U.S. Air Force moving crew removed this upon shipping my daughter's GMC Terrain to Germany and it was never recovered. I found this one, purchased it, sent to my daughter in Germany, and it worked out perfectly. Thank you.

  • Angel Zero - Great Entry Level Dual Sport, One Glaring Downside

    I bought this bike back in late August 2013, had a car accident which led me to be unable to use it for a few months, but I'm getting back to biking and have hit 300 miles total with this back. It's my first good quality bike that I've had since I was 11, and I had a walmart bike which I promptly returned right after ordering this online from Bike Nashbar on a sale (totaled $360 at that time). I'm a programmer and know how to build computers, so I thought why not bikes as well? My purpose was at first for recreational, but then, the aspect of riding occasional simple trails coupled with usual road riding attracted me to have dual sport as my first real bike. Which comes down to features I was looking for, 1) gearing for the major climbs in my city, 2) disk brakes if I was going to ride in the rain, 3) suspension for the occasional trails, 4) not very heavy.