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Looks just like the picture. Very cheap looking in person. Haven't worn it yet. Hopefully my son will look like Chase when he wears it! Kinda looks like a werewolf in a blue vest. It's a one-piece and the vest piece is fairly sheer.
When faced with the decision of spending $800 replacing the rear main seal on my truck, or risk wasting $15 trying out this, I went with this. I am glad I did too. I used as directions said, and I have not had any more leaking in the last 3 months since I bought it. Even if it doesn't last forever, it sure saved me spending $800 that I didn't have for a truck with a value of only $2k.
I told my husband that I am the most gullible person. I fall for anything, Nuwave oven infomercial wasn't any different. I was trying to find something that would make cooking easier and I was sold on Nuwave. It is NOTHING like it shows. In order to cook the meat completely, you have to flip the chicken mid-way through the cooking...that makes it nearly impossible to cook veggies around it. The meat drips the fat, which of course is a good thing, so you must use the rack but unless you like fatty veggies, don't put them on the lower level. I am the type of person that I make sure the meat is at the perfect tempature by using a meat thermometer. The only way I am able to acheive the correct tempature with the Nuwave oven is to basically burn the chicken skin. I tried cooking cookies...that was a freakin joke...cookie dough EVERYWHERE!!!