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Country:, Europe, CH

City: 8.1551 , Switzerland

  • Shawn from Philly - I'm so happy to have a treadmill in my home instead of ...

    I'm so happy to have a treadmill in my home instead of having to go to the gym. The treadmill itself is perfect, I wish it had numerical buttons to adjust my speed instead of up/down arrows.

  • 2010wrangler - Great quality, Very durable

    They look great, and appear to be great quality. Very bright an easy to install. Shipper reached out to me after I referenced a problem in my initial review, and everything works great now. Great value, and makes the Jeep look cool!

  • princess luluchild - Oops!

    Boy, is my face red! I purchased the Hutzler 571 Banana Slicer, mistakenly thinking I was getting the Hustler 571. My husband was in so much pain he couldn't remember the safe word and we spent a really embarrassing night in the ER. While he was healing, I did try it on some bananas, and it worked great for that.

  • Jen @ booksthathook dot com - Exciting story!

    THE CANDIDATE is a must-read for October 2016! It’s a fast-paced thrill ride with interesting, three dimensional characters. If you like political thrillers, you should definitely check this one out.

  • Bernice Serpe - FIVE STARS

    I am 85 years old and was always a little embarrassed removing my socks for my podiatrist. Not any longer--in fact ,just the opposite. Now I can't wait. My feet are smooth and soft as a young boy's and when you're my age THAT'S REALLY SOMETHING

  • Charles Boston - Solid bike

    This is a pretty solid bike for the price. At 6' 00" with 32.5" inseam, this bike is the right size. However, if you are shorter than 5' 11", you may want to consider the medium size (even though Diamondback size chart says 5' 10" is ok) as this bike runs a bit large. It DOES NOT include the assembly tools (confirmed!!). Assembly was pretty easy, but you can't go by the absolutely useless instruction book (look to their website for guidance instead). Most of the bike was already assembled. After 1 hour basic assembly, I had brake noise on rear brake/rotor and noise from chain rubbing against the front derailleur. Knowing absolutely nothing about bikes, it took several youtube videos and another 3 hour to fine tune it. This included adjusting rear brake pad position, rear brake cable tension, and bending the rear rotor just a bit. On the front derailleur, I adjusted tension as well as the high and low limit on front derailleur. They seemed pretty difficult at first, but once you get through it, it will be much easier if you need to do it again. I then made sure that everything was tight and secure, in case someone at the factory was incompetent. Now it shifts very quickly, smoothly and quietly. The brakes stop effectively with no noise at all.