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  • michele76 - the wash itself is great. But make a note to double check your ...

    This is completely overpriced!!! I had searched for a three pack of these baby washes and this came up in the list of results. Unfortunately, I didn't realize it was a single bottle and not the three pack I searched for. Save your money and buy a bottle for $8 in any grocery store or Walmart or Target, the wash itself is great. But make a note to double check your items before you purchase online.

  • Carlos Caro - Finally, a pen for the women in my life!

    Let me tell you, I can't tell you how bad it is watching women struggle with man-pens. They just can't seem to operate them, they're intimidated by the somber colors of blue and black and occasionally white, and then the pens just never seem, well, "girly" enough. Finally, with a safe, pastel color and assurances from an impersonal company marketing exec that these pens are "for her," I feel like I can finally give the women in my life a pen which they can handle comfortably and not feel like a man when they use it. They even spell Cristal incorrectly, just so that special woman you give these pens to can draw a little heart over the letter i and cute-up that sterile, hyper-masculine package they come in. Of course, I'd never allow a -man- to use one of these. Goodness, one touch of the pastel pen and it's off to emasculation city!

  • FloridaTechie - Great components for the price, Strong Frame

    I spent a long time researching hardtail 29er bikes when I decided to buy one. The LBS had bikes in my price range but with inferior component groups and mechanical rather than hydraulic disc brakes.The Diamondback had the best component group and hydraulic disc brakes for the price I wanted to pay. 10 speed cassette for this price is unheard of. The frame got wonderful reviews online and I agree it is solid. Assembling the bike is more complicated than road bikes because of the disc brakes and a more detailed instruction guide would have been helpful. The brake pads squeal some as they are braking in but the noise stopped after about 20 miles. Rolls over everything in its path and faster climbing than my old 26inch dual suspension Trek. The ride is bumpier because it is a hardtail but is considerably lighter. I have read that 29ers can be slower to turn in tight situations but did not find that to be the case with mine. My only complaint is the cheap seat that came with the bike. I also replace the pedals immediately with clip ins. Good value on Amazon.