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I bought this after not wanting to lug my 15" laptop to a 4-day conference, and so I took rather illegible hand-written notes instead. I noticed that many in the group were using netbooks or ultrabooks for this purpose.
I have had two pain issues to deal with: 1) no L5S1 disc which for years has resulted in significant lower back pain, and 2) osteoarthritis of both hips, most notably my left, last x-ray in February 2016 with the recommendation of immediate hip surgery which will only be done as a last ditch resort.
They are sharp and do a better than average job. They certainly arent sharp sharp. I have another Henckel I hone with a fine ceramic rod and it scary sharp. This set is good for a family that doesnt sharpen knives
Product is top quality but I have some grudges against Microsoft for the following: 1) Can be used on only one computer. 2) This is just a paper card with the product code. You have to download the product from office.com. 3) Can't purchase a second licence as you have to purchase another download at full price. 4) Does not have all the features as office 365. 5) Microsoft is PUSHING their customers to office 365 so they can charge you a yearly fee. Not cool
I love this album. I think this is the album that J. Cole really wanted to come out with when he first started, but like he said before he had to "play the game to change the game".
I have very thick red hair. I was hoping that this would be easier than a straightening iron or at least less time consuming. My hair is probably considered wavy, with curly hair around the crown of my head. It did seem to tame the frizz. I would say it takes just as much time as a straightening iron but it wont be as straight. If you don't have a lot of hair, it would probably work better for you. If I could do it over again I probably wouldn't have purchased it. Just another hair tool I have in my bathroom.
When I first got this machine (well over a year ago now) I was hesitant. First, it's pricey. Second, it seems to be one of those products where they pay people to give it good reviews. I mean there are some highly promotional sites on the internet you can go and read about this thing and to hear the stories they tell, you'd think this thing massaged you, gave you a kiss on the cheek, then made you chicken soup. But here's the thing, it well earns its five star rating from me. And I am not a paid spokesperson...haha. Instead, I'm someone who tends to let my lower back pain build over days and weeks until I'm practically crippled by it. I'm not like a lot of the people reviewing here. I've never been to a doctor about my lower back and I'm sure my issue is just that I sleep on the wrong kind of bed and do the wrong kind of activities for someone prone to lower back pain. But the upside of that is that all I need is a session or two on my Back2Life and I'm good as new! For that reason alone, it's worth the cost. When you consider that this equates to the price of two massages with a massage therapist, you will find yourself getting return after return on investment with this product.