Archive for August, 2010
Pros: Like the product once I got use to the panels.
Cons: With Outlook Express e-mail the spell checker corrects in French. Have not found a remedy for this yet. I can’t live without spell checker in English. Spell checker works fine in Word in English. Go figure.
Strad Rosin for Violin
I like these scales, because you get on, it records, and then halts at the weight long enough for me to be able to read. Other scales I have used, if I lean forward to see the numbers since I can’t see over my abdomen, the numbers will change. If I tip back on my heels, it records a different number. I get irritated with scales you have to tap first to turn on.
These scales seem to be more dependable and reliable in recording weight, and the best part is they weighed me the same as my doctor did the day I received the scales. This helps immensely.
rooCASE Med Nylon Green
I bought these for my 4 1/2 year old son who still needs to wear something at night. We have used 2 packs of them already and have not had one single leaking accident. The Pull-Ups were leaking constantly and the Goodnites were very expensive and leaking occasionally too. These were lower priced so I gave them a try. The only thing I notice with these is that they tend to be a bit large and sometimes pull down on my son’s waist. He is 40 lbs. and I use the s/m size.
Pampers UnderJams Night Wear
This watch model # W71 is hard to find in stores, but Amason sure enough had it and for a fabulous price. Theis watch has all the features you will ever need and it holds up to all kinds of abuse. Put it on and forget about it , go swimming, diving or what ever. It’s just a great watch. The battery life is about 5 years. Plus it automatically changes to the proper date if forsay Feb has 28 days, it knows that !! One smart watch. I love it.
Casio Men s W71