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  • Very cheap quality, uncomfortable.

    Aug 2, 2013

    hypn0tic072  from Maine, Rating:1.0

    Very cheap quality. There is no support to the hat. Back strap is made of velcrow.

  • Jun 19, 2013

    bernarde  from woodinville wa, Rating:1.0

    The fan blades are bent in the package. I used a few to find one that works. Couldn't !!! Don't waste your money.

  • These have NO lights as advertised.

    Jun 6, 2014

    melh4  from Arizona, Rating:2.0

    These fans are very small and have no light on them as advertised.

  • Quailty Picnic Set

    Mar 7, 2012

    cjb4560  from ROCHESTER, NY, Rating:5.0

    This complete picnic table setting for four was wonderful. It even included a desert plate,(I have never seen this plate included in any other picnic set). The quality is what I was most impressed with, this set will provide many years of summer picnics and not just one picnic. The items have heavy enough to be a quality piece but not too heavy for a picnic setting, actually just right in every way. The last wonderful piece was the travel bag that was included, this bag contains a shoulder strap which is a great asset as every one could use that extra hand on a picnic that is freed up by the wonderful shoulder strap If you are in need of a 4 person picnic place setting in a carrying case this wonderful item is for you.

  • Jan 12, 2011

    robsullivan  from Chicago, IL, Rating:5.0

    This is, by far, the best water bottle I've found. For whatever reason, it keeps ice frozen a lot longer than any other bottle. For example, I fill it with ice cubes an hour or two before doing Bikram yoga and add water right before class starts. Even though the room is 110 degrees, there is often ice remaining 90 minutes later. No other water bottle comes close to keeping ice frozen that long under those conditions. I wish more people sold this.

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