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E-Commuter | Eco Friendly Commuting from TransAction Associates - eCommuter is an employer-based program designed to encourage you to find a greener way to commute

Country:, North America, US

City: -111.8906 Arizona, United States

  • J. Brown - Good for outdoor runners, not much else.

    These headphones are pretty silly. I could maybe recommend them to someone who runs outdoors or something, but otherwise I don't see much use for them. You can literally place them on the counter 5 feet away and still hear the music just as well as when they're strapped to your head. Cant wear them at work because everyone around me can hear the music too, cant wear them at the gym because you can hear everything around you, including the gyms crappy loud music that im normally trying to drown out. That being said, if you're really jonesing for some bone conduction headphones, these seem to be pretty well constructed. The sound quality is decent (but nowhere near some normal in-ears.)

  • Pamela Lund - Best Blender I've Had

    This blender is amazing. I use it to make smoothies with frozen fruit and it requires much less water than my old Osterizer needed. Having blades at different heights is such a great idea and I can't believe more blenders have that. The blender doesn't work well as a food processor because of the blade heights but it's not designed to. If you are looking for a blender that will chop up ice and frozen fruit in seconds without being very loud, this is the one for you.

  • Steven Turner - Product quality of materials is great. Why do they have to put the bright ...

    Wow, I'm giving Weathertech one star. But they barely earned that. Product quality of materials is great. Why do they have to put the bright colorful Weathertech logo for everyone to see. Attention should not be towards a car mat! Don't appreciate them using my car as advertisement. Now onto the real problem, product design and engineering. Hands down, terrible. I can tell it's partly the car design but they could of done much better. They are simply too small and don't protect the carpet. As a reference the stock mats are bigger, they stick up past the top and down below and past the bottom. How can stock mats be bigger than $200 Weathertech's? If I'm driving with a soda between my legs and hit the brakes hard and it spills forward it will not even fall onto the mat, would hit the carpet. For those with wet or dirty shoes you can also expect your carpet to show it. Overall, this is my 4th and last set of Weathertech mats. It's embarrassing. I will say the back seat isn't bad but the front are terrible, both sides. Save your money, not worth it.

  • Chels - Best bug repellant out there

    This is the only bug repellant that works for me and my family. It doesn't smell bad and seems a lot more safe than spray bug repellants.