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  • Kawika Johnson - I'm glad it's metal

    It's small, stocky and flat black. I thought it would be rubber, but it's not. I'm glad it's metal. High quality with no change in radio reception. Looks slick.

  • Kathy - I'm forgetfull and this is helpful!

    I am always misplacing my wallet/purse and forgetting where I left it, so for me, this product is great. I also think it's great that it will ring and let you know if you are walking away (from a restaurant like I've done) without your item! I would have lost my wallet so many times by now, and you can't beat that price! It is a little thicker and bulky to be carrying in a small credit card style wallet. I'm thinking it is better for those thicker wallets. it's not heavy or anything just thicker than several credit cards put together but a smaller size than a credit card. I will update this review when I have used it for a longer length of time. I recommend this TRackR for anyone who has a habit of "forgetting" things places.

  • booklover - Homerpathic alternatives...

    Informative. Clearly written. Comprehensive enough to frighten people who rely on allopathic medications to manage their symptoms with the promise of a "cure." It is well documented that many people who rely on medications from the labs of big pharmaceuticals may suffer many uncomfortable side effects. Add to that the cost of these medications which can run into hundreds if not thousands of dollars. Big pharma gets rich without contributing to overall public health, and often compromising quality of life. It is also often the case that providers will prescribe a plethora of drugs increasing the probability of drug-drug interactions thus compounding the dangerous, and often deadly, side effects. This is not to suggest that all prescription medications have no value if used judicially by a prescriber who carefully monitors the patient. In fact, you should tell your provider about any herbal remedies that you are using. For example, if you are taking an antidepressant and using St. John's Wart concurrently, you need to be aware that this herb contains both MAOI and serotonergic properties. Dietary restrictions apply as well as the remote possibility of Serotonin Syndrome.