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I paid $70 for just one replacement hub cap for my 2009 sienna, then I lost another, and another. I now have two original hubcaps on one side and these knock off ones on the other side. They do not have the Toyota T in the middle like the ones my van came with, but since the stupid things fall off so easily I'm happy to have the cheap alternatives
I have been sitting here reading the nasty reviews of Acronis and must admit I just don't get it. I am a former Ghost user and simply couldn't do a successful clone with it. I tried Acronis on the very same laptop that Ghost failed me on and did a successful clone first time out of the gate. I have been cloning once a month ever since. I use my clone and shelve/swap my existing drive routinely. I really believe in this product. I recently picked up a 1 TB Iomega network drive and Acronis sees it with no problem. I used the free trial version of 2010 and tested it doing some back-ups and have been very satisfied. I haven't had to use the Acronis support in quite awhile so I will have to take what everyone is saying as possibly very true. I hope they can turn their support reputation around. I do like the product and am planning on investing in the new 2010 I have been testing. I am using an IBM W500 with XP SP3 and am very, very satisfied with Acronis at this point. My only need to upgrade to 2010 is due to my recent 1 TB Iomega network drive for my incremental backups.
Forgive the cliches, excuse the platitudes. This tome is a must read. This story proves beyond any doubt that truth is indeed stranger than fiction. If it were a work of fiction, nobody would buy into it. What happened to the men of this expedition far transcends any reality we could possiblly comprehend. The men of this ill fated Antarctic expedition endured more hardship in any one week over an almost two year period than one would think even a super human being could handle. Day after day; week after weeek, month after month in miserable condtions, never knowing what misfourtune the next day would bring and all the while knowing that nobody else in the world knew they were even alive. I highly, highly recommend this incredible story of human courage.
I just got this light and it is D.O.A. Not happy at all to get a new light that has so many good reviews and it is bad out of the box. The worst thing is I have to wait to get a credit to my account so I can repurchase a new one. If the next one is bad then I will not ever buy another light made by Thrunite as they should at least work out of the box. This is an update. The second light I recieved worked well and I noticed that if one has problems with the light flickering then you will need to take apart the switch and clean the contacts. Once you have the cap off containing the master switch you will need a set of snap ring pliers to take it apart. So in the end a nice light. Super bright, but gets raging hot in turbo mode if left on for more than a minute so be careful. I can recommend this light. Ok, my new light lasted 6 months and it is now broken. It would seem as though the switch is bad. Thrunite advertises on this listing that one can contact customer support for anything before and after buying. Ok, then how? I went to their website and sent an e-mail to ask for a replacement unit and I provided them with the order number, date and that I purchased on Amazon. No response. If you are thinking of getting one of these DON"T!! you will be sorry. I would get a Olight, Phenix or Nitecore light instead. These lights would be good if they could design a switch that works and they honored the warranty, but they don't. Seriously, this light is pricey JUNK!