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Always put these around car windows. No directions for mounting but take 5 minutes and place around window and easy to figure out. Look nice and work well
If I was rich I would only buy new electronics that have Bluetooth built in. As it is I am broke so I have broke arse electronics that have these things called "tape decks". Who knows what that is but these sweet Bluetooth adapters make it so I can use electronics belonging in museums.
When I got these, I couldn't contain my excitement and I ate about a quarter of a bag. Scenes from the movie 2012 could have been filmed inside my gut. There would have been less pressure to make two winning free throws in the NBA finals than for gas to escape my bowels. After a few hours, I had an EXTREME build-up of gas with no relief. All I could do was lie on my bed and pray for a fart. That might sound funny, but when you've eaten something that has basically turned you into the blueberry girl from Willy Wonka, you're pleading for relief. Well, the farts came and I lived through it but I not only had a visit from the fart fairy, but the sales rep from Montezuma's Revenge stopped by and gave me a FULL demo of their services as well.
So happy that I brought this product. It works well, and has very thing that I wanted and needed. It came with extra parts like clips, bike mounts, larger quick mount shoes and a water proof case (not tested). I would write more but the reviews in front of mine will do all the explaining. I am just a buyer and as a buyer I would say home run.
It does what it's suppose to do. It came bundled with Street Atlas USA 2010 which I suspect makes the LT-40 look like it's performing better than it really is. SA USA 2010 hides the inherent drift of the LT-40 or so it seems. It appears the position is 'locked' when USA 2010/LT-40 see no forward velocity while at the same time the LT-40 may drift away from the true position and back several times in a 15 minute stop. So you may find yourself stopped on the street and starting again from an alley or around the corner. There is still the inherent NE offset between map and track that I find in all DeLorme mapping softhware. Maybe I shouldn't say 'all', just all the I have used!
I am very happy with the value of this product. I just used them for the first time with 250lb+ guys on a camping trip for a week and they held up fine. I didn't know what to expect as I had seen other friends with this style of chair. I assumed their's were pricey. I cannot identify any lack of quality with these though and they were bargain priced. These recline well and did fine on uneven ground. I slept outdoors in mine all night, sleeping bag and all. One night I had a girlfriend sit on my lap and the chair didn't even creak. These have plastic joints in places but that did not mean weakness. A large coal popped from the fire pit also landed on the seat well before we could get to it. Not even a mark. Can't beat this for the price.