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The matts fit perfectly in the hooks. They don't move and do exactly what they are supposed too. Extremely satisfied.
If you are use to the quality of Microsoft's Street & Trip software, don't buy this. The quality and ease of use is no where near Microsoft's mapping software. Save your money.
Ok so the title might be a little exaggerated but its pretty close. We bought our first house and moved in last week. We had kind of a generic regular thermostat well the thing wouldn't get off of hold so it wouldn't get warmer or cooler than 74°. I seen this thing at Lowes one day a couple of weeks back and thought it was pretty awesome. I could have easily bought a $20-$50 digital thermostat and technically it would have gotten the job done but after reading about the "Popsicle Theory" this thing talks about (on their website they talk about how this turns the air compressor off sooner saving 30% energy) I figured this thing would pay for it self in a couple of years. So anyways got it Friday afternoon and thought I would be able to install right away. It requires you to turn off the A/C and Furnace while installing and it was nearly 110° that day so I woke up early Saturday morning and started the install process. Let me say I have never installed a thermostat before or anything like it, and I installed it and had it up and running in about 20 minutes. I connected it to our WiFi, set the temperature and since then it has been learning and adjusting itself to a pretty good level. As a thermostat it does its job and controls the temperature but what really makes this stand out is the Android / Apple app. Being able to control my thermostat from literally anywhere is amazing. In bed upstairs, or realizing its a little cooler outside while youre out and turning the air up really does save energy. The $250 price tag is steep but the saying is true that you get what you pay for. After the first week this thing has made every penny worth it, there was some initial regret when buying it but after installing and using its really a great invention and hope this company continues making great things like this for the home.
I love Hallmark Card Studio! I've been a customer of this software for the past 5 years, I'd say. I don't buy cards from the store anymore, I print them at home using this software. I've even created holiday cards because I think the graphics and layouts are so well done.