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I loveeeee these pans! My first set of non-stick pots and pans didn't last a month. They were cheap, so maybe I should have expected that. After doing some research on durable pans, I decided to go with T-fal. They're not as expensive but still efficient. I've been using them for 4 months now. The non-stick is no joke. I'm not the best chef out there, I haven't burned anything on these pans yet, but seriously, nothing sticks on these pans. Everything slides off so easily, it makes for a simple happiness in life. I loathe washing pans because food gets stuck unto them, and it takes muscle and willpower to scrub them off. With these, I just wait for the pans to cool, soak them in warm water (if tidbits of food/grease is really stuck), and just wash no problem, no ridiculous amount of effort exerted. With proper care, I can see these lasting a long while. So happy to have them! And they make learning how to cook more enjoyable.
Put these along the walkway from my driveway to the main door (which is on the side of the house). I love how it looks and the little ambience lighting it creates. It does provide some light, though not much, and makes the walkway looks nicer instantly at night. No maintenance needed, no need to remember to switch them on or off. Obviously these will not work at night after a very cloudy, rainy day or it might only work for a short period of time - because battery did not charge during the day. But luckily for us, we live in SoCal so we only get like 10 days like that throughout the year. So solar lights is all we use outside.
I bought this exercise bike to help recover my leg and arm strength after a major spinal cord injury. In that respect it has helped immensely with therapy its very easy on the the 1st of 7 strength settings and gives you a run for your money on the tougher setting, with that in mind there is a good range of difficulty. Note however the arm bike is not connected to the digital readout or the leg difficulty so it is very much an isolated part of the bike and has its own difficulty knob. The seat is firm enough that you don't sink in but no where near hard enough to make your bottom hurt (I've been on this for 30 minutes at a time and only when I go for longer do I start to notice a very small ache, however that's more likely due to my spines over sensitivity than the seat). The seat adjustment knobs are a bit fiddly and if you don't have much arm strength you may need assistance to get them set in the first place but once there they stick pretty well (horizontal movement is just a screw knob so It can move if not tight enough but the vertical height is secured with a pin lock and screwknob. There rotation of the wheel is very good I don't feel wobbly when riding it but a complaint I have is the petals are meant for smaller feet I have a 12.5 US foot and I have the the foot straps set to the max length and my feet don't fit completely on the petal but it's not uncomfortable, it just makes me have to use my ankles a bit more. The digital readout uses AA batteries to power itself and unless you're a hobbyist electrician there is no way to have it run on any other power source. The heart pulse reader is basic at best and honestly I don't use it a whole lot but the timer works and that's mostly what I care about. Don't expect much from the digital display. Other than that if you don't want to use the arm bike portion you can sneak a tablet in between the arm stiffness knob and the digital readout and watch netflix or what ever tablet thing you do and have it stay there reasonably well (I recommend a case with a bit of grip as the bike is all plastic and metal, except the seat obviously, which is a synthetic leather-y material).