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It came super fast, easy to program on my 2008 Impala. Everything works. I honestly wasn't expecting the trunk to open but it does. I will highly recommend for the price.
I have been using Macadamia Oil Deep Repair Mask for more than a year and I like its result a lot. My hair needs a good and deep care especially after my child's born. I use a little of this mask on my wet hair, leave it for about 3-5 minutes and then wash. After the usage my hair becomes softer, I can comb them easily (I have the problem of combing). It has very pleasant smell and I love it on my hair.Recommend to buy.
Giving a sample is a great way to sell a product .. But I think these sample should have been free or cost $1.
What's interesting is there are so many people reviewing these knives who are wowed and claim they last a lifetime - had them for 10, 20, 30, 40 plus years. No kidding, its a piece of metal. The knife blade isn't going to just break if you use it like a knife and not like a pry bar. I find the balance to be off, especially compared to a serious knife like a Wustoff. The Cutco handle feels cheep in the hand and his set so far back from the blade one can not get a proper hold. I actually like the inexpensive department store knife in my kitchen drawer a lot better, and guess what? It will last a lifetime too! I maintain my knives on a decent set of sharpening stones and they remain razor sharp. There is absolutely nothing special about the Cutco. Its an okay knife and the handle comfort may be subjective, however, they are definitely not worth the price. I too sat in on a sales pitch by a friend's daughter who, quite frankly, just wasnt old enough to really know what she was talking about when it came to kitchen cutlery. Zero credibility. And why in the world would I cut rope with a kitchen knife? Lame. Use the right tool for the right job. I don't cut tomatoes with my outdoor knife, and I don't cut rope with my kitchen knife.