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Very light, fantastic airflow. With my old helmet (cheap department store helmet) my hair would get pretty caked with sweat on a hot day, but with this one my head stays cool and dry.
Notice the picture has no handle for the flow? Whomever assembled it probably could not figure how to attach it either, no matter set it and go without I suppose. Instructions would be nice other than insert long end, has a bolt on it, won't make the bend to come off and attach as I think it may suppose to. Two U-bolts hold it onto the rack, I don't know who has a set up that could utilize the four sent but that's not me or my Honda. So with weight of salt, it leans back but it will work. Started the motor, takes a couple times to actually start after turning the switch to on, will see how long it works. Given the opportunity, I would only recommend to someone so the can feel the feelings of disappointment with a purchase as I am at the moment.
What I like about Mr. Beer is that it is easy to do and it is capable of making good beer. The system can make 20 12-ounce bottles at a time which is a nice quantity for a beginner.
I wanted to love this product but the smell for me was just terrible. We got this as a baby gift and used it maybe three times because it made our son smell like spoiled milk after he had been washed in it and I couldn't take the smell.
I get the Birchbox in the mail every month. This was one of the samples and I fell in love. I was skeptical of ordering here because of the lower price and reviews that said it must not be the actual product and/or they compared it and it wasn't the right color and didn't work as well. So I saved some of my sample and compared smell and color. THIS IS THE REAL STUFF! I have used it many times and it is still AMAZING. Worth every penny. I have had people ask me if I have gotten a haircut....nope just really amazing conditioner!
If you ski/board/sled and get powder snow inside your goggles, the Snow Eraser works pretty well. It's small, about 1" x 2.5" and 0.25" thick, small enough to fit in a wrist or arm pocket. It's foam with a layer of chamois on one side. When you yard sale and get snow inside your goggles, dump out most of the snow and use the spongy side to get all the remaining snow out of the corners of the goggles. Then use the chammy side to dry off the lens so it doesn't fog up. I found it worked better than a tissue or napkin or lens cloth to get snow out. It actually dries the lens instead of just smearing the water all over the inside of the lens. It's also soft so it won't scratch the inside of the lens.
Unfortunately, my first Nest thermostat was DOA - all I could get was a solid white screen. I called tech support relatively late one night. They were VERY patient and helpful as we tried rebooting the unit and updating the software using a USB cable. Ultimately, the thermostat was defective, but Nest shipped out a replacement overnight at no charge. It worked perfectly. I love the fact it has solid state relays, which don't go "click-click" every time the heat or air cycles.