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We used this book extensively on our May trip. Very helpful on the interstates. Wish there was one for the Turnpikes. We used it to find lodging for our camper several times. I will be buying the 2017 edition.
Super awesome product! I bought this for my camping trips, didn't want to keep drinking the instant stuff and the folgers coffee packs weren't doing it for me.
What is with the multitude of reviews with disclosures for testing a free item..? So basically this 5 star rated item was paid to have 5 stars.
I purchased the Back2Life April 23, 2010. I've had it for 3 agonizing weeks and I am sending it back. When I first got it, I noticed it didn't do much but I did feel some movement throughout my back and with my condition, I have degenerative disc disease with a dessicated disc and a chronic sprain at T7/T8 and I have a bulging disc with spinal stenosis at L4/L5, I thought the light movement would be beneficial because I cannot move much without excrutiating pain. I thought this would help ease me back into having some range of motion and I would feel better. When you get to this point, you will try anything! It did not help, in fact, it made my lower back much worse. I used it twice a day and followed all the instructions to the T. I was so naive at first I didn't realize it was the machine making me worse, some days are just worse than others and the machine didn't do much so I didn't attribute it at first. I stopped using it mainly because I was hurting too bad to do so and my lower back started feeling better. So this was a huge waste of money and energy for me. I just disassembled it to send it back and really hurt my back disassembling it (the assembly was easy.) I found disassembly instructions in the owner's manual after I hurt myself and got it taken apart. If you have to disassemble this machine, please see your owner's manual. This has nothing to do with the machine itself, probably just my bad luck, but when I took the leg off the bottom it didn't slide off and so I had to give it a little push up and it flew off and hit me in the face and I was bleeding. I finally got it back in the box to go back and I will be so glad to be done with it! I hope I can help people with conditions similar to mine to save their time and energy (and backs) with this review.
I tried these knee pads with high hopes, but ultimately, while they didn't slip or roll like others, they were way too stiff and hot for cardio kickboxing. I am looking for a flexible knee support that allows for movement but is still sturdy enough to support an arthritic knee. Unfortunately, these disappointed.