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This has worked well for me so far, my daughter put it in for me and she was pleased with my purchase. The AntiVirus Webroot had worked well for me before and I needed a renewal. The Amazon price suited me as well. A good app for a pleasing price.
This Antenna does not fit my 2012 grand Cherokee, not sure if they sent me the wrong one by mistake.
This really works to clear up your nails! You must use it every day and you will probably need two bottles though. Now, I'm not sure that it kills the fungus, so I would apply one if the antifungals as well.
I have read so many reviews on here about people complaining that this 'shuts off when too much pressure is applied' and that it's not 'strong enough'. Well, duh. That's all I can say. If you want a construction quality sander buy a mouse sander or a dremel sander.
I purchased and have been using this item along with the Handstands 59207 Memory Foam Standard Wrist Rest-Black for the past two months now to use at work because of wrist issues. I have to say that since shortly after I began using them I have not had the daily wrist pain that I was dealing with, while I'm not a medical professional, I can only say that they certainly worked wonders for my wrist problems!
My son and I had a great time with the Diggin' Up Dinosaurs T-Rex. It was so much fun to uncover pieces of the dinosaur and speculate about where the next piece would be found. It took about 2 hours total to get everything dug out--I did not let my son hit it with a hammer like he wanted to. It's great for teaching patience! The one thing that I didn't enjoy (and this is my type-A personality coming out) is that it was really, really messy! If you have a good outdoor area to do this, that would be great. However, it was easy to clean up, and the joy this activity brought to my son was worth the mess! One tip--using a small dropper of water to wet the area you want to work in cuts down on dust, and, I thought, helped move things along a little quicker. FYI--my son is 8. There is no way he could have stuck this out on his own, but he has ADHD, so judge accordingly!