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Love this product, it fits perfectly to the Uppa Baby Stroller Vista and it holds a bottle of water, cellphone and car keys without falling.
Poorly made - the seat frame is made of cheap light plastic that does not seem like it will hold up in a crash. The buckle sticks and is hard to unlatch when installed. I seem to be one of the few who do not think that the fabric is "luxurious," it feels cheap and the cover is no easier to remove than any other car seat cover. I was sorely disappointed with the install - there are no built in levels, and after more than an hour my husband and I were still not able to get this car set level. We have a Toyota Highlander. Returning for the Chicco NextFit.
This product isnt going to give a person with a flat butt to Kim Kardashian's rear end however, this product works! After 2 weeks my rear was fuller and now after a month of use I can say it is both more rounder and fuller in appearance. My fiance has noticed the difference too. This was without excercise. Im just now starting to incorporate squats and lunges for even better results but ladies this product is worth a try! I use the lotion twice daily, 1 of the pills a day as suggested, and take 2 maca pills a day. All natural and all work.
I got more than I was expecting. It has every aspect of Microsoft Exchange 2010. There is nothing left out. If you can do it with Exchange this book tells you about it, and the best practice need to accomplish said task. As precaution, this is not a punch list of if you do "xyz" you are in best practices. This book presents the options of the best practice in that configuration, and it is up to you the administrator to interpret and apply it to your environment. The book references invaluable tools need to accomplish your daily duties, and including tools that are needed when upgrading from previous versions of exchange. This book has so much in-depth detail that you might be overwhelmed. The content I would consider to be at a level 300 or 400. This is not a book for a beginning administrator unless you seek in-depth detail about every aspect of Microsoft Exchange.
I was skeptical, very skeptical, even after reading all the positive reviews. I have a 1977 F-250 that I have lovingly restored (in other words poured a ton of money and time into), it developed a leak somewhere and I was loosing coolant. It wasnt leaking onto the ground so I figured it must be going out the exhaust. I just didn't have the time to tear down the motor to find the problem. I purchased this product out of desperation and honestly thought I had waisted $65. In my mind this kind of problem just can't be fixed this easily.