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City: -77.4728 Virginia, United States
I listened to Halestorm the first time because let's face it...Lzzy Hale is hot and has a voice that is unmatched. I stayed with Halestorm because the whole band ROCKS. Do yourself a favor and get this they are unbelievable live. Love me some Halestorm!
I had a Eureka stick vac for years and it finally bit the dust (so to speak) and I needed to replace it. I wanted something that would work well on my new hardwood floors and have good suction for quick touchups on my area rugs. This vacuum has good suction and I love the switch at fingers reach to switch between hardwood and carpet. I have a heavily shedding dog and it picks up the hair very well. My issues are two design flaws. The first is the battery life. Come on - a 15 minute battery on a nearly $200 vacuum???? That's ridiculous. I barely get thru 3 rooms and it is dead. A replacement battery runs $60 which when combined with the cost of the vacuum is the same as purchasing 4 of the Eureka's I had. The battery charger is also very finicky. If a large truck drives by it jostles the battery and it no longer has good contact to charge. If you stick the battery in the charger right out of the vacuum it is too hot and it won't charge until it cools which takes about 15-20 minutes on top of the regular charge time of nearly 3 hours. The second complaint is the dust cup. The latch is poorly designed and the "hatch" won't open to empty without pulling on which has netted me incredibly dirty hands twice now when emptying it. I think this has a great potential but for the cost I'm not happy with these two issues. When I clean I don't want to schedule 3 hours between rooms. I want it done and over with. I think Hoover needs to rethink the spare battery cost. I think this one is going to go back because the cost is simply not justified with these two siginificant issues.
These shoes are definitely a far cry from my older B-Ball Shoes. The sole in particular leaves a lot to be desired. I will say to the "Pro" side of things that they are nice looking shoes. No qualms about that. However, that is not on the top of my list by any means. The unfortunate "Bad"...poor traction on the court, very poor. Night and day difference from my much older and more worn Nike. Very disappointing. Second, the sole itself is not cushioned well. I'm not talking about the insole here. That can be remedied easy enough with an insert. My aging Nike's fell apart after years of hanging around. You can see why they were better for comfort as well. I cannot recommend these to anyone looking to play competitive basketball. Fortunately, I'm just a coach so a little slip sliding away is not a big deal. My suggestion is to look elsewhere. Take it for what it is worth.