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City: -122.3933 California, United States
Sharing an apartment with three 17-19 year old freshmen, getting their first inebriated taste of adult life, is perpetual roller coaster of sleep disturbances and constant reinforcement of the maxim "Only two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity." [Albert Einstein]
So I bought my peacock ceramic straightener 8 years ago from a moderately aggressive salesman at a mall, but my friend and I bargained with him to get the price down to 2 straighteners for $100. BEST INVESTMENT EVER. To this day, my straightener is still in pristine shape, and works just as well as the day I bought it. I use it to curl and straighten my hair, and I feel like it's kinder to my hair then the basic metal plated straighteners my family uses.
I have a serious allergy to all things dairy so breakfast is really tough for me. I also work out 4-6 days a week and needed to figure out a good substitute for whey and dairy based products. I found this product and fell in LOVE! I literally have a shake the moment I wake up with my coffee. I use unsweetened vanilla almond milk, and top with water. Seriously delicious.
I am writing this review after six-months of use. The reason for the missing star is due to the sheath having a knife-locking system made from a softer, metal that corrodes in saltwater. I love the knife and feel the knife alone is worth the price. It has everything I could want in a kayak-knife: Square semi-sharp tip, serrated edge, and most important, a recessed line-cutter on the back of the blade that will accept larger diameter cordages. The blade is nicely designed and has adequate heft that feels good in the hand, for a less-expensive, yet not cheaply made knife. While I have never drawn the knife for the use it was intended for, I have needed it for cutting cord and light prying. Now on to the sheath...finger-clasps that release the knife are made of some mild-metal and corrode badly in saltwater, even though I rinse everything I use in fresh water within an hour of getting home. I'm guessing I will need to discontinue using the sheath after a year because the corrosion will be advance enough to effect the integrity of the sheath. Had the option been available, I would have paid more for this knife with stainless steel hardware.
Exactly what it says it is. Works great for a large number of auto issues. I always keep a can at home and one in my trunk. I can't tell you how many time I have been driving and noticed the car "bog" down, the check engine light comes on, and I have trouble accelerating. I pull into a gas station, put a can of this in the fuel tank, fill up, and the problem (cylinder misfire) is instantly fixed.