www.orkestra.deusto.es Review:

Orkestra Instituto Vasco de Competitividad - Centro de Investigación en Competitividad Territorial y Políticas impulsado por la Universidad de Deusto. Realizamos una investigación transformadora que nos convierte en agente de cambio para mejorar la competitividad del País Vasco.

Country:, Europe, ES

City: -3.7026 Madrid, Spain

  • M. Lewis - This works for me

    After taking the 2 pills twice daily to start, I did have a noticeable improvement in my knees. It didn't cure a sprain any faster, but has eased the soreness in my knee joints. I've also noticed an improvement in my shoulders which used to ache at night.

  • Mark F. - After reading installation reviews it couldn't have been easier.

    Very fast shipping and product was just as advertised. Having read many of the installation reviews here, I was prepared for how to do it correctly.

  • Mike - Predictable but entertaining

    Would have gotten more stars but for a Trump "cheap shot" in Chapter 44 page 194. Otherwise fairly politically neutral.

  • Becky M. - Good so far....

    We bought this for a home business we are starting. Had some trouble getting it installed for use with multiple users from one computer, but in the end we figured it out. So far so good!

  • DENNIS - Buy the earlier versions

    This edition is not as good as the previous versions. the format is smaller and the pictures and illustationa seem to be scaned from previous printings having severe image degradation. The information is still great.

  • Jumangi - needs external power supply

    Did not know that it requires power from a computer, meaning that it has to be plugged into a computer all of the time. I understand the connection to the apple device, but would have been nice to not be strapped to a computer in order for it to work.

  • Lauren Scott - Exactly What I Needed

    Although I had my reservations, I decided to take a chance and try to order an uncut/unprogrammed spare key (with separately-purchased keyless remote) for my car. I bought a (used) car last month, and it only came with one set of key/remote. I inquired at the dealership and was informed that a new set would run me about $300 or so. After checking around the Internet, I discovered a few companies that sold uncut/unprogrammed keys/remotes; while some were sketchier-looking than others, I decided that eKeylessRemotes looked okay - but ordered through Amazon just to be safe.