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  • DrewH - Lots of fun and a good workout

    Lots of fun and a good workout. A practice mode would be nice. Plus, buying DLC through the Nintendo shop is not as seamless as the Microsoft or Sony method.

  • Marty - Very Good but QC Improvements Needed

    I received the product and was very pleased with the overall set. Very good value and nice looking bag and clubs. Two of the clubs, the putter and the 5-hybrid had slight defects (marr on the putter striking surface and small dents on the edge of the 5-hybrid).

  • *nom*licious - Just a simple review.

    I have not used it that much so far which makes a few very noticeable flaws I cannot believe they never fixed or improved upon.

  • Hobbyist - Easy install and looks great

    This is one of the best things that I have done to my Ninja 300 yet. The quality of the tail light is great and honestly I don't think it is that expensive for what you get. I also got Motodynamic's fender eliminator which in comparison seems a little overpriced for a metal bracket and an led light. But both items are high quality and easy to install. To install the tail light, you remove the seat and the rear cowl seat and the fairings under both on both sides. You remove the fairing between the two seats and a metal bracket over the wiring. You just need to unplug the connectors for the light and the turn signals (and in my case, the license plate light) and unbolt the factory tail light and pull all the wiring through the back. Remove the bracket from the factory tail light and reinstall on the Motodynamic one. And put everything back together. Took about 45 minutes for me to carefully disassemble and reinstall everything.

  • Rita - great crockpot purchased on prime day

    great crockpot purchased on prime day. We use it at least twice a week. We are generally gone at work for about 12 hours a day. The stay warm feature on this crockpot is wonderful. We cook an 8 hour recipe for 6 hours on low and then it stays on "stay warm" for the remaining 6 hours. Turns out wonderful!

  • cat bounds - Recommend

    Over the years, I've vacillated between thinking Earthing works and that it's psychosomatic, but I own the book, a half bed sheet, a mat for my computer foot stool, and now the mat with the cover for my recliner, and I can honestly say I can tell a difference..... I'm 60+, and I have moderate to severe muscle inflammation, even though I'm a health nut, active, eat organic, etc. I'd stopped using my earthing products for several months, and the pain in my legs and back had gotten worse. I began again with them about 2 weeks ago, and I'd say the pain is 50% improved. So, if it's all psychosomatic, I say that's fine with me. There are inexpensive, DIY ways online to achieve the Earthing effect, but I figure I'd get it wrong or strangle myself, so I don't mind the cost if it actually helps..... I went back to using them because I'm having digestive problems, and I'm hoping they will help some in that area as well.

  • Nicole R. - Not worth it

    I took these for about a month and I weighed exactly the same as I did when I started taking them. The only thing thats decreased is my caffeine consumption. I didn't need as much coffee to get going in the mornings. I still eat healthy, work out and am active. (Pilates, cycling, running, weights) When I stopped taking them I had serious caffeine withdrawal headaches, so I had to step down my usage of them slowly (backing off to one pill a day in the afternoon). If you can handle the taste of coffee, its a lot cheaper than these pills. Im not sensitive to caffeine, and never have been, so that may be why they didn't really help my energy levels. I also don't have problem with portion control, but these didn't seem to change my hunger levels or keep me from wanting a normal breakfast, big lunch and smallish dinner. Its hit or miss, but if you're on the fence, join a gym or go for a run every other day. You'll notice faster results.