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  • F. Davis - Wonderfully easy work out - good for old joints

    My health plan and Amazon conspired to offer this device to me via a 'coupon' deal! I wonder why, I thought as I promptly snatched it up. It is wonderfully easy to us - little to set up - and actually do-able for old joints and an overweight old lady!! I eventually set it up in the loft overlooking the living room and TV and can glide comfortably along. It is much easier than walking outdoors in poor weather and I find I can easily work longer and faster without losing interest.

  • Kelsea Leonard - First-time pool owner- very impressed!

    I purchased this on 6/26/15, and was extremely surprised when it was delivered the next day, even though it stated I would not be getting the product until 7/2/15 or later. So, that was definitely a surprise.

  • phil - didn't work for me

    we have a lot of calcium in our well water used for landscaping. Thus, the landscape lighting becomes grungy after a while. Thought this would clean up the glass around the bulbs. But it did nothing.

  • GAIL - This is an excellent earthing pad

    This is an excellent earthing pad. The pain in my back is now gone as a direct result of using this product. I highly recommend it to anyone that would rather use natural methods of treatment for health issues.

  • N. Smith - Great everyday TV for most people!

    This is a nice set for the money. First you need to pair your remote to the TV. You can do this by setting the TV (plugging in/powering on) up first then putting in the batteries for the remote and it will auto-connect. If you (like me) place the batteries in before you set the TV up then you can sync them by pressing return and play/pause buttons for 3 seconds. You then pair all of your devices so that your remote works with them, however, I find that I prefer my X1 remote since I can use page up/down, sports app, recordings ect. It's just more convenient VS. the Samsung remote.