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  • JCOUTTS - Cheap construction

    The price goes up each year and now the quality has gone down. No longer hard bound. This will not hold up in my briefecase. Infromation is good, but the constuciton should be better for this price.

  • George M. Williams - I've got the power...

    I've wanted a generator for years and finally decided, after much online research, on this one. I was skeptical at first because this generator is made entirely in China. My apprehension was not warranted, however. The engine that runs this thing is amazing. Some call it a Honda clone. I personally think it's better than Honda. When I received delivery from UPS I helped the delivery driver lift the generator from his truck to the tailgate of my truck. The DuroStar was securely packaged in a heavy duty cardboard box and surrounded with foam. A large styrofoam protector covered the top (fuel tank). I unboxed the item and flipped it on it's top to better access the bottom. Installing the wheel kit and removing the shipping supports took about 30 minutes. The instructions for the wheel kit installation are woefully inadequate but luckily I found a YouTube video that helped tremendously. I picked the generator up from my tailgate and placed it on the ground. It's heavy (100 lbs) but not unmanageable. I wouldn't want to carry it long distances but putting it in the back of a truck or removing it from same should not be a big deal if you are halfway fit. I filled the engine with oil (20 oz) and put about a gallon of non-ethanol gasoline in the fuel tank. The moment of truth had arrived. I was very skeptical at this point because I'd found an inspection tag on the generator stating the inspection date was August 13, 2013. Almost a year ago! Meaning this thing has been sitting in a warehouse for all that time. Choke set to "closed", fuel valve open, engine switch on "run". I pulled the cord. Halfway through the pull the engine fired up. I was astounded that it started that easily. Moved the choke halfway over and waited 30 seconds, then opened it all the way. The generator is not as loud as my Snapper walk-behind mower or my Titan air compressor. I ran all the gas out of it for the initial break-in. No issues at all. One thing I should mention: This generator is 120 volts ONLY. There is no 220/230 volt feature. However two receptacles are 20 Amps and the round receptacle is 30 Amps. I tested the power output with an electric chain saw and 100 ft 12/3 extension cord. Worked like a charm and will be doing lots more of this use in the future. The DuroStar DS4000S is large enough to power my entire house (refrigerator,one window AC unit, computers, phones, lights). This is great bang for your buck and if you live in a remote area or in a hurricane or blizzard zone you need one of these. DuroStar DS4000S $323.81 with tax, Peace of Mind= PRICELESS.

  • David A. - Great stroller!

    After much research I purchased an Urbo2. It's exactly what I hoped it would be. For one thing, it's gorgeous- the frame, the fabrics, the leather looking bumper bar and handle- everything. It has great maneuverability and it's easy to push with just one hand even. It's easy to fold and unfold and it's lightweight. The reversible seat is a must for me as my babies always seem to be very happy in a stroller when they can see me. I prefer the handle height all the way extended as I am fairly tall, but I also love that it can telescope down to a very low height which is great for my older kids who love to push the baby as well as for making a more compact stroller in tight places like a restaurant or a bus. The stroller seat is a nice generous size and the padding is the cushiest I've ever seen. Even the strap covers are cushy. The seat sits nice and upright, and I love that it can lay truly flat for long stroller naps. (Because it can lay truly flat it would really be suitable even for a newborn without a bassinet.) The canopy is very large, which is a big plus to me. The basket is not huge but it's surprisingly adequate. Today we fit a small diaper bag in there as well as a couple of kid jackets and a few other small items. We could have gotten even more stuff in there, I'm sure. The suspension on the front wheels is really impressive. It's the best I've ever seen- except maybe for the bugaboo chameleon. I can actually just roll right up over sloped curbs because of it. Not even my UppaBaby Vista can do that! The stroller is really narrow and can fit through a lot of tight spaces. It's significantly more narrow than my Vista. The Urbo2 comes with a rain cover which is neat but I pretty much never use rain covers. The accessory that I like is the nifty sunshade/privacy shade/bug net which is actually tucked right into the foot rest. It's always handy! I think this stroller can handle just about any terrain that a suburbanite or city dweller would encounter- bumpy sidewalks, cobblestone or bricks, stray stones, a patch of grass here and there, etc.

  • Cindy Alexandra - The book was really great for my class

    Brand new book. Delivered fast. The book was really great for my class, into to physical anthropology. Definitely recommend this text.

  • patricia - Crooked Company

    These products may be fine and all, but I did spend about $80 on the facial peel (they threw in a salt scrub--thanks) and the incredibly hard-core sales lady said, "You are killing me!" Well, they killed me for over $200. What a rip-off! And of course they are non-refundable. STAY AWAY FROM THE STORE ON CHRISTOPHER STREET IN MANHATTAN. I won't buy these products ever again, purely on principle, now that I see how cheap they really are. Shame on Deja Vu!

  • katty - Great little book

    Amazing book but it jus has strategies it's not a book full of questions which I thought it was it's a thin book with the strategies and one final exam in the back