www.bethsaidahospitals.com Review:Bethsaida Rumah sakit terbaik di Tangerang - Rumah Sakit Tangerang Bethsaida merupakan Rumah sakit dekat dari Jakarta dengan pelayanan kesehatan sepenuh hati dan tenaga medis handal di dukung peralatan yang mutakhir
Country: 184.108.40.206, Asia, ID
City: 106.8294 Jakarta, Indonesia
I love Injinji socks. I use them in my Vibram five fingers. I bought these socks for travel and after running races. They are nice, easy to get on, but woefully loose. I bought a pair, discovered that they were too big in the calf, so I downsized. The smaller size was only shorter. The sock barely stays up on my calves. The material is fine, the workmanship is great (like all the other Injinji socks), but they offer no compression for my calves. I am a distance runner, and like the idea of a recovery sock. These socks are far too loose to offer any compression unless you are a person with substantial calves! Since most distance runners are thin, I can't recommend these for skinny people! Sorry!
I bought this for my 12 year old son based on a coworkers recommendation, he rode BMX bikes for years. WOW both of us were pleased, me with how well it was built and him for the fun and looks. He won't stop riding it !!!!! Also great price. One thing you should know is that this should be put together by a BMX bike shop to have it adjusted properly, cost for this was $40.00. You can do it yourself, but it was worth the piece of mind to have PROS build it.
This stuff holds just about everything. Wood, metal, concrete to wood, plastic, fabrics, tennis shoes soles, copper pipe, drink coaster , ceramic, lampshades, mailboxes, drywall, rubber hoses you need it
I upgraded to OSX-10.9 Maverick, and it barfed, saying my MacBook Pro Hard Drive was ready to fail. Huh? After 2 more full backups and HD testing, I had the drive replaced; however Apple didn't restore everything as-was, like they said they would.
I initially LOVED my Shark because I started out on a carpet. I was completely amazed at how well it cleaned my carpet and shocked at the visual image of gunk it pulled out of the carpet. I was equally impressed with the powerful suction it had for attachments. Then I tried to vacuum my bare floors. I tend to vacuum every other day so I don't always vacuum underneath the dining table etc. The Shark blew the dust bunnies and other lightweight material around my bare floors forcing me to "chase" things across the floor and up against a wall so they could be sucked up. I couldn't just vacuum around the table - I had to vacuum under it as well to blow or chase the pet hair and dust bunnies that gathered from the far end of the room where vacuuming began. I also found it a little tricky to maneuver the hose and attachment pieces with the cord and the hose both being in the back of the unit. I was never sure if the cord was in the right place and it seemed to get in the way. Initially I loved the bagless feature for two reasons A) it is so cool to actually see the stuff you are cleaning off your floors B) I liked not having to buy filters. But I don't like the way you have to empty this canister vs. the Dyson. The release latch is on the bottom so you can get stuff on your hands and you can't get the bottom of the canister down deep into the trach can because you have to be able to release the bottom latch. This creates dust that comes right back at you and gets on your hands (the Dyson has a release latch on the top of the canister so you can put the canister far into the trash when you release the latch). I also noticed the lid to my trash can was very dirty after a couple days of using this vacuum. If Shark could move the air output to the back of the unit and add HEPA filtration this might be the great vacuum! I really wanted to love this vacuum because it was so affordable and PURPLE but I ultimately wound up returning it. If you have wall to wall carpeting than this is a great vacuum but I can not suggest it for bare floors. I would have rated it 1 but it really did such an amazing job on my carpets.
Save your money. I spent $46.49 at my local Pharmacy for this product and this product did nothing except waste my money. Burt's Bees Poison Ivy Soap ($7) plus calamine lotion ($5) plus benedryl ($6) does a much better job (if you don't need to go to the Doctor for a shot).