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I have tried several internet security software products. Since receiving this recently, I have been very pleased and hope it continues to be as excellent as I have read and heard it is.
Struggling for gift ideas. Why settle for plain old chocolate, flowers or books. This could be the ideal solution. It comes in Pink so is suitable for women of all ages. Just watch Nan's face light up at Christmas time!
This book was "bundled" for me through amazon... This book is the exact same as the "NCLEX-RN PREMIER 2015-2016". The only difference is that the "PREMIER" version has the 2 practice tests. Very bugged that they were bundled together. I didn't realize they were the same book. The practice test in this book is Exactly the same as the Premier version as well. Do not purchase this book. Spend an extra few bucks for the Premier version. DO NOT BUNDLE WITH PREMIER. I wish i had looked into that before purchasing it.
As others have stated, this is a well engineered flashlight for about $50, etc. however, one that can dangerously overheat, especially when in the highest output mode ("Max" in the manual). The manual states: "DO NOT run the light at max mode for more than 10 minutes." While not a deal breaker, I think it is important to note, since the TN12 uses lithium batteries and lacks thermal protection circuitry. If by some chance the tailcap button becomes accidentally depressed for a long enough period while in a rucksack, pocket, etc., and the last used mode was max, this could be a serious burn, explosion, or fire hazard. My recommendation would be to always be sure to "lock out" the tailcap by twisting it counterclockwise when the TN12 is not in use. This goes for any lithium flashlight in this form factor, but especially ones like the TN12 which have a small reflector and lack thermal stepdown.