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I am really beginning to like Fenix lights. They are quality built and come in many varieties. Although I do think Fenix is making some mistakes. A typical tactical light has a "hotspot" in the middle and then "spill beam" around the hotspot. With the PD32 UE they jumped the lumens to 800 but they made the hotspot almost as large as the spill beam area. With this change it would make a great light for a police officer or security personnel. The large hotspot makes illuminating something like a vehicle very effective! The hotspot covers a vehicle from bumper to bumper from just 15-20 away. Amazing. However, because of the large hotspot, this light does not "throw" light very far. A lower powered light with a more focused (smaller) hotspot would appear to put more light on those trees 50-60 yards away than the PD32 UE would. The light takes 2x C123A batteries and is about 5 1/4" long. It feels solid in the hand but is not too heavy. It also has the new push button selector on this model. Press and release to step through the various settings. Press and hold for 2 seconds and get strobe. Press and hold for 6 seconds and get SOS. I actually think the push button selector is a mistake that Fenix is making as well. The older style Fenix one would twist the bezel to go from turbo to low. Then press the tail cap to cycle from low to med to high then SOS. Strobe is accessed via the tail cap when the light is in turbo mode. I actually like the old system better. With the new push button style you can not easily access strobe (a P.O. might want to use this for disorienting a bad guy) and you can't change the level of lighting with the push button unless the light is on. With the old twist bezel you could go from turbo to low without having to turn the light on. I tend to be very picky about my lights and Fenix are really good ones in my opinion. If you are OK with issues I've outlined above then get this light! You will not be disappointed. I have one and it's a keeper.
Very nice cream first of all the smell of it is so yummy like jasmin flowers I use it with the pills, I love it a lot and start to apply it and massage my curve with it I think this way is fast useful after clean my curves with oil soap to open the skin cells to smell the cream easily, I use it twice and I will highly recommend this to my friends and family
Don't bother wasting your money on this product. The trip planning software is so counter-intuitive that you'll spend more time trying to parse through the (less-than-helpful) help sections than actually planning your trip. The search function is worthless unless you know the exact name and/or address of what you're looking for. It will not allow you to make you're own route (which you might want to do when the software won't find a location you want to go). Even if you manage to piece together the semblance of a trip using the planning software, that's about as far as you can get. The 2012 Trailer Life RV Parks & Campgrounds Directory is NOT included in the software - you'll have to fork out an additional amount to actually get any useful information. What is included in this over-priced software is a simple summary telling you if campgrounds have hookups, pull-throughs, wifi, etc. There are no detailed descriptions, contact info for the campgrounds, or anything else that might actually help you make your trip happen. So sorry I wasted my time trying to figure this product out and threw away $40 on this - I could have spend the same amount of time and money on internet searches and a Fodor's or two and would actually have been better off.
AgeLOC Galvanic Spa II is an very effective product for anti-aging in that it will extract debris from deep down and then infuse the skin with a patented product called AgeLOC. The galvanic spa itself is the device you use to deliver product deep into the dermis. It is done through consistent galvanic current. Treatments like these have been performed by estheticians for years for treatment of acne, psoriasis, fine lines and wrinkles. It cleanses, hydrates the skin giving it a healthy glow. Manually you cannot accomplish this topically by hand because your skin care product cannot pentrate deep down into the dermis. Safe galvanic current does. My personal experience is reduction in pigmentation, laugh lines are gone, reduction in crow's feet, removed the furrows between my eyebrows and has helped immensely with sun damage. I use it twice a week with the ageLOC gels. I am 56 years old and feel it has taken 10-15 years off.
This little callus remover is powered by 4 batteries which gives it a little more power/speed compared to the Emjoi and mini
I only just started using this software and already I love it! As someone who loves to sketch by hand I love the options for size and strength and sharpness of pens and brushes. So far very happy with this software!