GUS™ Pill Fobs - GUS™ keychain pill holders are airtight, watertight and practically indestructible. Precision machined stainless steel. 100% Made in USA. Lifetime Warranty.
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I read a lot of the reviews and didn't see anyone mention that the geometry of this model fits really closely with that of the Badger 5, which is what many builders install as a standard. So if you are looking for a Badger 5 replacement that will require the least amount of effort to install, this is probably it. The p-trap lined right up and the downtube fit in the same space as well. This unit also fit right on the old sink attachment, so total time for install was about 20 minutes.
A great backpack!!! I recently ordered this to replace an Adidas backpack that I got for my birthday last year for college. While the old one was attricative and spacious, it's straps were weak and broke after about six months.
My hair is practically all grey but over a period of time of applying light brown/dark blonde colors, it became a very dark brown because it got more porous. Oops Hair color remover was seriously not worth my time, expense and effort because I see little difference after following the instructions to a T. (Apply, wait 20 min, shampoo, rinse for 15 to 20 min!, shampoo again and rinse 5 more minutes. If you only have one layer of color, you might have better luck but it didn't work out for me.
This is the best foundation! I was tired of my regular liquid foundation melting after only two or three hours (I have combination/oily skin). This foundation stays put and puts up with oil and humidity (it does not, however, stand up against 100 degree + weather). Still, I will never use another foundation.
I have been developing fairly complex applications with Access for over 12 years, and I love the product. It is amazing how sophisticated your applications can be and how quickly you can develop them using Access. (Once you get through the learning curve.) I have been through several version upgrades of my applications. Usually the upgrades offer new features, solve some problems, and create other problems when upgrading from previous versions. With Access 2007 I found several annoying changes which appeared to be just for the sake of change. Access 2010 seems to be much better - correcting some of the 2007 annoyances and improving upon the new features. I recommend it.