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  • DataDoll - Lousy suction and overpriced

    I was so excited about this vacuum after seeing the fancy commercials. I read the negative reviews but decided that since I have only two carpeted rooms (others are hardwood and tile) the short battery life wouldn't matter. To my disappointment, the vacuum didn't even clean the two rooms of Berber carpet and the area rugs. It spits fibers right back out and yes, after repeated roll overs trying to pick up what was spit back out, the battery goes dead. What a rip-off, I'm taking it back to Best Buy today for a full refund. Maybe I bought a lemon and I'm tempted to buy another one because it's lightweight and I like the design. I don't know yet, but this one is going back.

  • mikefon - Good

    Compared to the silver Andis machine I have this is a nice substitute. Relatively much more lighter than the one I have. It still gets the job done though. The price too is great but if u want more weight and a edgier shape up go for the silver one. However be ready to pay $30 more. Overall it's a great product for its price.

  • mehul sonigra - Letters to share holder

    Excellent way to pick into the brain of investment and business genius. It reaffirms the beliefs in fundamental, independent thinking and charting your own course.

  • Jessi Spurr - Enjoyed it very much

    Since I have reactions to many of the chemicals put in foods today, I was really looking forward to trying this. I was really glad it was not heavy on the salt taste that I find in many jerky type products. Instead, this tasted fresh and good. The pieces as others have reported are on the small size but that is good as I can grab a handful and go. I am not stuck trying to bite or break off a piece from a chunk of jerky. I usually don't want a huge piece and this was perfect for me. This is the first time I have had a product like this that I was not burping hours after eating it. Very impressed.

  • Kinser - I wanted to like it so bad

    I loved the concept so I really tried my best to like this computer. Unfortunately, I could not. I didn't have high hopes going in, and really only planned to use it for streaming Hulu, browsing the internet, and doing online math homework. My TV is only a 24" (maybe a 28"?) in any case, its not a huge TV but the computer's graphics card simply could not produce an image that looks halfway decent on even that size of TV screen. Also, it's remarkably slow (even in comparison to my $300 Dell with 4GB RAM and a Pentium processor) and can almost never manage to play a a video at all, let alone smoothly. So, as much as I loved the idea, I had to return this and spend a few extra bucks on a Chromebook.

  • Chiquita - Too difficult to tighten

    I wanted to love this car seat. I did a lot of research before choosing this one and it seemed perfect for us. My daughter loves to sleep in the car, so the cushiness was just an added a bonus. It was also pretty simple to install (though originally sent ready for forward facing, which I thought was odd).

  • xerces1492 - Great mid-range bike!

    I got my Trace Sport at Performance Bikes with a white/red/black color scheme (it was a special edition I think). I actually didn't know how to ride a bike before I got this one (go ahead, laugh) but don't be fooled, I've tested other bikes after this one but this is a great bike for the price and I'm really happy with it. It has all the speed of a road bike with the ruggedness (and heft) of a mountain bike. The fastest gear is super-fast and if you're in city traffic you'll find yourself pulling out in front of the car next to you from a dead stop. Along with the fast, smooth drivetrain comes a pair of cabled disc brakes which are extremely useful among Pittsburgh's many hills. Don't touch the rotors after a long, steep descent though. It's a very confident ride especially where potholes are common; this bike handles all sorts of hazards like a champ. It's pretty light as well for everyday commuting but it can't beat a road bike in that department. My only qualm is that the frame is pretty wide to make space for the brakes and since disc brakes still aren't terribly common, you're going to need to spec order some parts (rear racks for instance). Even so, this bike has great value written all over it.