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Bought as gift for a friend's kid who loves GWR. The hard cover is the one to get with the great color pictures as usual. The soft back sucks, tiny print, crappy black and white pics. Might as well google the info
I needed a short hose for the front of the house and was tired of cheap ones that leaked after one season. This 8-ply is still a bit heavy, but at 25 feet that isn't as much of a problem. The extra rubber sleeve connector prevents leaking at the faucet and the length doesn't get in the way. Next replacement of my longer hose will probably be a Gilmour Flexogen.
The fall, what a book. Nothing like Tina's other work, The Fall gives us a twisted story line that made us think and then delievered something else.
I have tried all the antibiotics used to treat UTIs (Bactrim, Macrobid, Cipro...) but none of them ever worked for me. The symptoms would go away for the time being, while I was taking the pills, but immediately came back afterwards. I struggled with this for about a year before trying D-Mannose pills. These are very good for fast relief (within 12 hours) and they worked well for me for quite a while (which is why I give this 5 stars), but as time went on, I noticed that I needed about 3 per day to keep my symptoms away. Also, if I missed a day of taking the pills, I would have symptoms the very next day. I just switched over to D-Mannose powder (and I provided the link below) and it is AMAZING. The first day after taking this, you can really tell that the UTI is gone and the effects last for days. I will continue taking this powder daily. I highly recommend it for those who are tired of turning to antibiotics to cure them.
Great tool to help me find my keys. The item is thick but still small enough to fit in your wallet. The accuracy was ok and the volume on the ping function was loud enough to bring me in. I'll probably get another one in the future if the price drops by a few dollars.
HeroBeam LED Lantern V2.0 with Flashlight - 2016 COB Technology emits 300 LUMENS! - Collapsible Tough Lamp - Great Light for Camping, Car, Shop, Attic, Garage
10/11/13 UPDATE : Received router on 10/8 and review was written with 1st day experiences, I ranked it a 5 star purchase at the time. I'll leave that review intact as a basis of the overall experience but will add a brief update first and my score is going to go down based off of that. since first day, I have started to notice diminished performance that gets alleviated with reboots, obviously not ideal though. Others are reporting degrading signal strength over time on the 5ghz band too. It feels like a fw update could fix it but it's a lot to pay for a hope and a prayer. This sent me to test out the r7000 so today I tried out the netgear r7000 to compare/contrast. tested via ipad4 and iphone 5s at distances of ~40 feet, ~65 feet, and ~85 feet all on the 5ghz band. In general, the ac68u was 10-20 mbps faster then the r7000 on downstream, at times a few mbps faster on the uploads. at the furthest distance, the ac68u was upwards of 30mbps better although i'll note, the iphone 5s connection at that distance was fairly sporadic for both routers. At times could get decent speeds, at times couldn't get connected so I went to the 2.4 band on the 5s and on average kept a decent connection but not great and the ac68u frankly had a pronounced speed advantage on the 2.4 band here. Not all roses hence why I have dinged the router a star though. On average, the r7000 was noticeably more consistent with its speeds at each distance while the ac68u had wilder fluctuations in either direction. 20mbps better on one reading, 40 worse on another. In my rankings, I tried to show what they got on the high end of results but the ac68u definitely had moments well below as well. It was easier to assess what the r7000 was going to give me, it typically differed in results by 3-5 mbps. At this point I'm torn, not sure what to do. On one hand, the ac68u is giving me better speeds at longer distances, something anyone would want. On the other hand, the signal may be degrading over time and the speeds are not as consistent as the r7000(frankly, these issues may be related). With the netgear, it seemed more reliable and while the speeds are not as high as the ac68u, its still more then good enuf and close enuf to the ac68u. But conversely, it doesn't give me the range I wanted that had me upgrading in the first place. I may sit on this for a few days and pray a asus fw is coming within that time. Either way, I've dropped 1 star and not 2 mainly because while its not the hero I once thought it was, at its diminished moments, its still better then what I got out of the rt-n66u, the router that the following review will tell you, was my previous champ over the ac66u.