www.danburyhospital.org Review:Danbury Hospital | Western Connecticut Health Network - Danbury Hospital is one of three members of the Western Connecticut Health Network, a hospital group dedicated to a higher level of care.
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The Developers edition for SQL Server 2012 was delivered very quickly and the packaging contained everything that I needed to complete a quick and completed installation.
Bought this expensive product, followed instructions to the letter, and 6 months later it is peeling off. They do NOT support their product and basically told us we were screwed. Do not waste your money. It's a joke.
Love this bike. I've had this bike for about 2 1/2 months now and have thoroughly enjoyed it. Its been 200 miles of all trail, rocks and roots and the bike is rock solid. My only complaints are delivery issues. My bike was delivered with a broken reflector and a improperly installed derailleur cable. The rear derailleur cable housing was installed without a ferrule on one end causing the cable to gut itself. The metal strands inside the cable began to shoot out the end. Considering the previous reviews of DB customer service, I didn't bother. I fixed it myself. All in all the bike is a champ. Component for component it compares with LBS bikes in the $1300-$1500 range. Ive made a few modifications, a Serfas RX seat and Ergon grips to help smooth out some of those rough rides. May try a Thudbuster ST seat post next. Sure I've added a few pounds to my bike, but there's already 5 lbs less of me! Make it comfortable. Make it fun. Buy it.
I am pleased with this product and believe that as long as you are aware to ABSOLUTELY STOP at or before the location on each section (as marked), then you will be pleased with this stick. If you do go past the STOP indicator, then you will need to try to reassemble this unit and that can be very very tricky. If you do not overextend this stick, then it is a very sturdy and compact hiking stick. It comes with two ends to make this good for flat hard foundation, or soft uphill climbs. The strap is of sturdy construction and secures the stick nicely. I tried this stick out and it did well, but was a little hard to get locked into place at times. If you mess with it, it will go.