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GRX Marketing - GRX Marketing specializes in healthcare marketing with an emphasis on pharmacy marketing services.

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  • Daniel T. - Looks great. FM Reception not so much...

    I'm very happy with the appearance of this antenna. Problem is, the FM reception is pretty awful now. However, I mostly use Sirius (uses it's own antenna) or bluetooth audio so it's not much of a problem. Overall, I'm satisfied because I HATED the appearance of the stock antenna.

  • Love to read - Save your money. Not the solution I was hoping for.

    This has caused me to vomit twice in the middle of the night. Was not sure what it was due to the first time but last night was awful and not only did I vomit at 1:30 am but I was throwing PVC's, which I have had as a side effect before and are not fun to feel. I keep trying as I want to feel better from this dang systemic candida but save your money. I had hope but as always, I have to try for myself and this was not it.

  • bigbadbaba - excellent lightweight stroller for your money

    I have this stroller for 2 years now and love it. I registered for the much more expensive Peg Pliko Switch- and used that while my daughter was in the infant seat. My mother-in-law picked this stroller up to have a cheap stroller around for when she babysat. (***We only paid $199 for it- and that's what the price was for a while, don't know why it's up to $299- maybe because it's the older model???) I ended up taking it from her. Once my daughter was out of the infant seat, the Switch was just way too heavy and way too difficult to maneuver. The Vela is so lightweight- I can fold it with one hand holding a child in the other. The three wheel design and single handlebar also makes it easy to maneuver with one hand, which is actually really important to a multi-tasking mother. The stroller is a bit unstable- if you are hanging something from the handlebar and there is no child in it, it will tip backwards and one time my daughter was asleep in it with the seat reclined and as I pushed it I put a little weight on the handle and it tipped backwards. But of the millions of times I used it day in and day out, those situations are easy to avoid. The positives and the price more than make up for that. Another thing I don't love is the canopy on top- if the seat is all the way reclined the canopy comes unsnapped, which I think is intentional but I wish it was designed a bit differently. I give it 4 out of 5 stars because it is a little bit cheap- my right side wheel break doesn't work anymore- but I bet if I got down there and looked around I could reconnect it. I'm not complaining though- the price is so reasonable for such a good stoller, I would buy another one but I don't want the new design with the 4 wheels- the 3 wheel is where it's at. This stroller has made my life considerably easier after the Switch. I'm expecting a second child in December and I'm going to forego the Switch all together and put the infant seat on the Vela.