emnet-usa.org Review:Emergency Medicine Network - The mission of the Emergency Medicine Network (EMNet)is to advance public health objectives through multicenter, emergency department-based research.
Country: 220.127.116.11, North America, US
City: -112.0889 Arizona, United States
This thing sucks !. Ha, ha. It works great for my tool use.(one tool at a time, no "duct" system) It's small, compact and looks good compared to those big huge ugly dust collectors. It just hangs there in the corner and does it's job.
Have a 1998 Volvo v70 that was leaving about a plate sized leak from the power steering rack daily. I was quoted 1500 to replace the rack and pinion assembly. That's more than I paid for the car so I read up on this stuff and gave it a try. I siphoned out what I could from the pump and added most of a 12 oz bottle of Lucas. Within two days the leak grew smaller and smaller. Added the rest of the bottle and within two weeks the leak was gone! Now I don't know how big the leak was, but to go from a daily plate sized leak to nothing in two weeks is pretty amazing. Now it's been about 2 months and fluid level is consistently right on point. Don't know how long it will last but I have another bottle in reserve if it needs it.
The acting was OK, but the story sucked. You'd think that if they're going to put all that money into a movie maybe the could spend some on the writers. It was basically the same story as the first with a slight twist at the end.
First off this unit arrived with what I would consider to be less than desired protection in the way of packaging and shipping carton. Still the unit was not damaged in any away and all function seems to be unaffected. So far all I have been able to do is test this item for performance as I will be mostly using this in the summer and fall for travel. The batteries work as well as expected and the charger was able to charge the included batteries in every way I tested including charging from USB from a wall adapter (not included) and from the computer. I also tested the charging function with the solar panel on a rare sunny day in January in WV when I was at work and I was surprised to see how well the panel worked. I was even able to charge my iPhone 5 direct from the solar panel but mostly tested with the battery pack inline between the solar panel and the phone. I like this new design better for the structure of the net style storage compartment behind the panel shielding the device you are charging directly from the sun. My only complaint and the reason for 4 stars instead of 5 is that the panel does have a unpleasant odor out of the box though I hope that will dissipate over time.