einsteinlab.ca Review:

The Einstein Lab - Cognitive Neuroscience, Gender and Health - The Einstein Lab studies brain and behaviour in the context of other body systems and in the context of people’s lives.

Country:, North America, CA

City: -73.5747 Quebec, Canada

  • Jonathan A. Camp - Pretty good..., except for:

    Need to fix (wheel that controls open/close is now pushed out of reach from the slot it protrudes from)the heating/AC vents in the dashboard. Book illustrations would have me take the "decorative" panel off of the dash to access,(shows a tool prying the panel off, but no mention of what manner/type of clips that hold it in place...) then leaves me in the dark as to how to take the grill off of the vents that need to be fixed. Sorry, but I am not that adventurous when it comes to VERY expensive and seldom available, plastic parts that become only too obvious when one damages them. Especially on a relatively new 2008 vehicle, that I haven't finished paying for... No other mention of these vents in the book. Needless to say, I am not thrilled at the prospect of this adventure. To it's credit, the book DOES cover many other trim removal procedures; just not this one! I have ordered a CD from another supplier, we will see if the *coverage is any better... *(5000 pages, so it says, it had better be!)

  • Terry - Great knife but the sheath hardware corrodes in saltwater

    I am writing this review after six-months of use. The reason for the missing star is due to the sheath having a knife-locking system made from a softer, metal that corrodes in saltwater. I love the knife and feel the knife alone is worth the price. It has everything I could want in a kayak-knife: Square semi-sharp tip, serrated edge, and most important, a recessed line-cutter on the back of the blade that will accept larger diameter cordages. The blade is nicely designed and has adequate heft that feels good in the hand, for a less-expensive, yet not cheaply made knife. While I have never drawn the knife for the use it was intended for, I have needed it for cutting cord and light prying. Now on to the sheath...finger-clasps that release the knife are made of some mild-metal and corrode badly in saltwater, even though I rinse everything I use in fresh water within an hour of getting home. I'm guessing I will need to discontinue using the sheath after a year because the corrosion will be advance enough to effect the integrity of the sheath. Had the option been available, I would have paid more for this knife with stainless steel hardware.

  • Mitchell Kerzner - Here are some things I wanted to know before buying this game.

    I started watching The Biggest Loser this year and fell in love with Jillian Michael's hardcore training style. I bought 2009 Ultimatum last year and gave up on it after I couldnt jump on the logs. I recently bought the biggest loser game and it is enjoyable from an exercise aspect and a fun aspect. The exercises in my opinion are somewhat easy,however it is a fun game and some calories are burned. I was really interested in how the new Jillian Michaels game would be because it was a different game maker and supposedly harder. With the reviews from a variety of sites lacking of what I wanted to know, I gave in and bought it myself. Here are the questions I wanted to ask before I got the game and the answers.