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  • LoveAtlanta - Great little callus remover

    This callus remover is great!! I was shopping and almost bought the more expensive nationally advertised one and decided to give this one a try based on reviews. I'm glad I did - I saved $10 and have a little machine that works just as I hoped it would. It is so easy to run over your feel and the improvement is immediate - just add some lotion and your feet are smooth as silk. Use it at bed time and add a pair of socks and the results are really good. Glad I made this purchase.

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    Plug it into my TV and my TV burst out in loud orgarsms. It was loud and passionate as if plugging this cable was the missing touch that prevented this TV from reaching nirvana.

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    I only believed about 50% that I would notice a difference in my overall health. I am now a believer. I have more energy, am not as tired and it does seem to help with my weight loss. Very good customer service as well. Two thumbs up!

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    This is the best cranberry I have found. It is easy to swallow and has helped my UTI concerns. I recommend it as worth trying to see if it meets your needs. It was packaged well and arrived as promised, too.

  • Dog lover - It really does work in just a week!

    After trying too many creams that never worked, I bought this last summer and again this year. If you use it before bed and also in the morning, your dry heels will magically go away! I LOVE this product and it's just over $10 with free shipping. You can't beat that. I'm buying some for my daughter today. I'm telling everyone about this.

  • 4-Chin Fancier - Adjustments are easy and threading is almost too easy

    Had our own canvas shop for 27 years and our equipment was industrial. Cheapest machine was $3500 and some went up to $15,000. Left it all behind when we sold it and it wasn't long before I needed a machine to make a leather bag for a tool. My wife's dress making machine wasn't up to the task and after multiple attempted projects and much cursing, we finally bit the bullet and looked for a more industrial machine that could be operated by a mere mortal. While not in the league of the Adlers we left behind, this machine will hold its own if you allow it will need some help from time to time. Adjustments are easy and threading is almost too easy. It claims to be a high speed unit and generally control would be a fear. Fear not, one can take one stitch at a time if you stitch in your stocking feet for a good sense of feel. Hand assisted fly wheel at thicker than normal points works well and is not against the rules with professional stitchers. At my age simpler is better so fewer stitch choices helped and one doesn't need the instruction manual every few minutes.