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When our old tank water heater failed, we thought it would be best to go the green route and install a tankless. Our plumber recommended the Navien unit, although it was new in the market in Sept. 09. He doesn't recommend them any longer. Troubles began just two months into the purchase. Since then, there has been about 12 service call for various issues with the latest being a replacement unit, as the old unit could not be repaired. Navien tankless heaters are poorly designed, cheaply made and fail constantly. Navien customer service is a joke. No matter how many times the unit fails, they will attempt to blame the customer of conditions for the failure. Then they drag out the resolution of the problem and before you know it, the twelve month service warranty has expired, so they won't cover the repair.
I absolutely love this product. I've been using it for at least a month and I can see a difference in my skin. My pores are smaller and my skin is a lot smoother. The only negative aspect is that it smells like acetone. I believe it has a minimal amount of acetone in it but it will not harm the skin. The only reason it does contain acetone is so that it can dry almost instantly as its applied. I am definitely purchasing this product again once I am finished with it.
Don't see the point in a monitor like this from Dell...at least not at this price point. If it was 500 dollars, it would be the best monitor money can buy. But at 1200, you can get nearly TWO U3415W's with the only difference being the curve of the monitor. Even color gamut is unchanged at 99% sRGB color. Dell, if you're going to release a product more expensive than your last, it needs to be BETTER. And at this price, significantly better.