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  • Linda - I did not like the season opener

    Totally agree with many here, I was reluctant to read other's reviews here because this episode totally turned me off for this season and I did not want to see a bunch of 5 star-love it reviews.

  • Hambone - Dangerous device

    My mother in law was having trouble hearing things so we tried this to help her out. Bad decision, My 2 year old came up to her while she was laying down and yelled something out close to her and she said she thinks it damaged her ear with how loud it was.

  • Nicholas E Aadland - Very dissapointed in the "Hard Cover"

    Although this item is advertised as a Hard Cover it comes spiral bound with plastic covers. Four stars for my satisfaction with content. I am disappointed that they can claim this is a hard cover book. I checked the publishers website (Wiley) and the same claim is made there. When you shell out good money for something you expect to get what you pay for.

  • John F. Doyle - okay for fat calves

    I love Injinji socks. I use them in my Vibram five fingers. I bought these socks for travel and after running races. They are nice, easy to get on, but woefully loose. I bought a pair, discovered that they were too big in the calf, so I downsized. The smaller size was only shorter. The sock barely stays up on my calves. The material is fine, the workmanship is great (like all the other Injinji socks), but they offer no compression for my calves. I am a distance runner, and like the idea of a recovery sock. These socks are far too loose to offer any compression unless you are a person with substantial calves! Since most distance runners are thin, I can't recommend these for skinny people! Sorry!