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Does not fit the Mazda 626 properly, although it says it is for that model. Works fine, but there is an awkward space between the car and the mount. If it wasn't put in my car already, I would return.
I am very happy with this product, the only thing I can really say is drink a lot of water. I'm down 5 pounds in the first week. Free bottle is on the way. I will be passing it on to someone I know to try.
This is the only product I use now after getting fresh ink and for continued care. I was introduced to this product a few years ago and I've never looked back. Best used as soon as the tattoo has scabbed and a small amount rubbed gently into the skin every time it starts to feel dry really helps to "set" everything.
This product is mentioned on all the natural hair forums, so I finally grit my teeth and bought some of this ridiculously expensive gel (I bought it cheaper at a store, but feel compelled to leave my review on Amazon since I always come here first about new products). I deep conditioned, put in a leave-in conditioner, and loaded on the KCCC (I have extremely thick 4a/b hair). It instantly defined my loops, s's, zig-zags, curls(and whatever else is going on up there--I'm still figuring it out) like no other product ever has. Generally speaking, I do much better with "clear" products rather than creamy ones (i.e. foaming face washes instead of cream cleansers, gel instead of hair puddings). If the same tends to be true for you, I highly recommend giving this product a try.
I love this product, but it's cheaper at Walmart, I bought 2 bottles of 60 each for 19.99, I take three capsules a day before 12 in the afternoon and suppresses my appetite all day, if you take more then that you won't be able to sleep, and drink lots of water that helps too, best diet supplement I've come across in a long time
Maptitude is the best deal in the GIS world for users who need or could need – and might not know it yet - full GIS functionality but have a restricted budget and little time for training. I have taught GIS software of several vendors for almost 20 years for use in public health. Of the 3 or 4 most important packages Maptitude is definitely the easiest to use and compared to others, inexpensive. I cannot think of a GIS operation that it cannot do and in fact most operations which are complicated especially for beginners are almost simple in Maptitude. It is a package that one can learn on one’s own. The on-line user manual is the best in the business and on the Caliper.com site there are lots of very well done instructional videos. It comes with a lot of world data and a very complete suite of U.S. datasets. But there is a version for the United Kingdom, also Australia, Brazil, several more. Also it has a very nice interface with Google map. You can make professional quality maps right out of the box. Of course what you want to map is your own data and doing that while using the provided base maps makes for a very complete and sophisticated spatial analysis package.