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I have been gaming off and on since the original Pong back in the 70's. So I have just a bit of experience. I have a 3D TV, and was one who actually liked some of the 3D Games, and move controllers. I had a big interest in VR, but didn't want to plunk down the cash for PC VR headsets. This just blows traditional 3D gaming out of the water. It was easy to hook up, I only wish the PS4 had a USB port in the back. The included instructions are easy to follow, so I was up and running in a few minutes. The PS4 will detect the headset and give instructions on how to adjust and put on your head. I wear corrective lenses just for reading, or seeing small things close up, and they worked good enough. A little bit of light came in through the sides, but not that distracting since I don't have extremely bright light in the man cave.
I am pretty good with Excel. With this I realize..my skills are 2nd level. wow...more to learn. Awesome.
I've been using this for about a year and I really do like it. I notice my "mature" skin feels softer and healthier and some fine lines have been reduced. As far as wrinkle fighting products go this is your best bet. There is no magic in a bottle no mater how much you spend,believe me I've tried so many different products.My skin is in better condition than when i started using ROC and that's a win.No need to spend hundreds of dollars for a luxe line when this will do the same,if not better job. I'll stick with ROC unless someone finds a fountain of youth in a bottle.
This 10 day detox was such a healthy diet. It can be used for a permanent diet to control blood sugar. I've been on it for 5 weeks. This diet/eating plan has allowed me to get off my high blood pressure meds, my meds for acid reflux and my pain level from my arthritis is 70% less. My almost daily headaches are gone and I've LOST 22# which was a great benefit. This book/eating plan is changing my life!
First of all, I have been cooking with a PIC for about 2 years. In my home and in my RV. I have used two other brands of PIC's and now the NuWave. I love the whole concept of induction cooking on a PIC. Portable, no heating up the room and using a lot less energy. This NuWave PIC is a gem. Don't let the reviews that are mad at the NuWave website confuse you about the actual product. Are there NuWave lemons? Sure, but that's why I buy from Amazon. (they take care of me when things go wrong) The negative comments are almost always about deceptive advertising on the NuWave website or the reviewer didn't read the manual. For example, boiling water - you would think that you would just pick a temp over 212 and that would have you boiling in a few minutes. No, the manual tells you to start with the default (425), bring to a boil and then lower the temp. NuWave gives you default settings, but also lets you adjust between those settings. Will you use the timer? Absolutely - I put dry beans on, brought to a boil, then lowered to simmer, set the timer and went about my business. Can't do that on a regular stove top. Also, you can set your timer for the cooking portion and then set a second command to keep it warm. (just like a slow cooker). The NuWave has more info out there for cooking and recipes then any other PIC. Will it hold up for 20 years, I don't know. But, remember, this is a small appliance for a good price. How many toaster ovens have you bought over the years versus how many full size cook stoves? I didn't buy a "Major" appliance. I don't expect to past this on to my kids. Let's talk about 1300watts versus 1800watts. My other 2 PIC's are both 1800watts. Sometimes this is overkill. When a PIC is turned on, it over shoots the temp and then settles back down. You can smoke a pan in about 10 seconds with the higher watts. The NuWave allows me to start my pan, walk to the sink for my meat and come back without burning the pan. The timing is more forgiving. Once that little bit of lag time is over, the NuWave is just as constant as the other PIC's. I bought this to have more even temps while cooking, not for how fast it gets up to burning my pans. I didn't think that a "round" versus a "rectangle" shape would make any difference. It actually does. The NuWave takes up a lot less space on my counter. I'm enjoying my new Nuwave PIC and am considering buying another one. Didn't feel that way about the other two PIC's I bought.