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  • Kindle Customer - Not for lefties

    I bought this for myself, and assumed (incorrectly) that the blade was ambidextrous. There's only 1 opening stud on the left side of the blade (as shown in the picture), the pocket clip can't be changed to the other side, and the unlocking mechanism is designed to be pressed while in the right hand. All of these make the knife mostly unusable for a lefty, or at least a pain to use having to constantly switch it into the right hand.

  • J. Walker - Excellent book for experienced db and Access users

    I had years of experience using Access in earlier versions and even taught courses, but have done nothing with it in the last 10 or 12 years. Because of that I was recently asked to help out on a large market research project. I quickly ordered this book and found it tremendously helpful for getting back into the program. Obviously, the program has changed a great deal since I last looked at it, but this book is so clearly written it very quickly brings you up to speed when you have a solid understanding of what databases do and the theory behind them. I particularly appreciate that the author avoids the annoying habit found in other books of describing the commands in older versions and then trying to explain the new version of the old command. To me, that is simply a distraction and usually a source of confusion.

  • C. Goodwin - Works great

    Although it took me awhile to assemble the Gazelle, it was worth all the trouble. My family aren't the most mobile people, so I decided to buy this in an effort to get us moving. So far, so good. My mother and I have been on it everyday since I put it together.

  • Amazon Customer - Miracle Skin

    I got a sample of this from Sephora one time and wanted to try it in a full size. It has good coverage and feels a little heavy on the skin. If you have dry skin you will like it, but if you have oily skin I think this would feel too heavy.

  • Cat Lover - I used this with the super fine steel wool and completed the project with Howard ...

    My bathroom cabinets looked shabby but I didn't want to go through the effort of refinishing them. I used this with the super fine steel wool and completed the project with Howard Feed N Wax wood polish and they look almost good as new with minimal effort. Great product! I highly recommend it.