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This handle fits the RTIC cup perfectly. It is solid and sturdy, and is a great addition to the terrific product that RTIC makes. I love both the cup and the handle.
As I've come to expect from Alexa Riley, this little Halloween novella is full of sweet insta-love and off the charts hotness with an innocent school teacher and the hot alpha Uncle of one of her students. If you've never read anything by the Ms. Riley's, this is an excellent place to start as you will get some bonus books included with the story of Raven & Jack.
I never leave reviews but given how much I rely on reviews, I figured it was about time I started contributing!
I have to admit. This stuff works. Just don't expect a miracle if you have over 200 thousand miles. I have 318 thousand miles on my suburban and it did make a noticeable difference after about 3 days of driving around town. Only thing it made my temp get a little over normal but i figured it had to to burn out the carbon but for the most part it does work. I would say this would be a good once a year treatment for preventive maintenance.
I purchased this after about an hours worth of comparisons with different similar products. I should have done two hours of research. The most glaring mistake I made was assuming that the DXF export was 3D! DXF export was in the features list, so I assumed 3D. Nope! I thought by now, this would be a rather basic feature. I had that with 'Floorplan Deluxe 11' many years ago! It does export to DXF, but only in 2D. To get that capability, you have to purchase the full blown Chief Architect, not even the 'lite' Chief Architect, which is over $1000 ($1,995 to be exact). It is a good product otherwise, if you want to stay completely within the program. I do like the build doors, windows, roof, foundation features a lot. I like to model further in Blender and other modeling software, so I am stuck with my model remaining inside this software. Also, if you want to create a patio or pool deck that realistically is a slab or elevated with a stem, you will have to pass on this version and get the Architectural version (I believe, but check the matrix on their website). I tried all sorts of ways like creating a room where the deck was going to be, so the automatic foundation would be built. Then I would delete the room so I would have stemwall and footers. This would work, except pools can only be created directly out of the terrain, so you have to make the terrain flat to level of top of foundation. I got it to work after much trial and error, but doesn't quite look right. I'd though I would solve that in Blender. Sadly no. I have now purchased Turbofloorplan 16 Pro, as it is the version before the CAD engine was switched to 'Punch'. That version uses the CadSoft engine, which is the home user version of Envisioneer. UPDATE: After using TurboFlooPlan 16, I rebuilt the house in about the same amount of time as Home Designer 2015. That $29 software is what I should purchased in the first place. It is the Pro version, so there doesn't seem to be any limits. You can create actual 'slabs' and put pools in them, and most of all - I can export whole model in 3D!
Our old tv died during Easter and my husband has been dying for one of those 3D tvs. So we purchased a new tv and waited for all of his accessories from amazon to come in. This was the best and least expensive tv mount that we have found. Directions were pretty easy to understand and makes hubby's "precious" look "aesthetically pleasing". The only pickle of it, is that it doesn't pull out if you need to go behind your tv nor can you really attach the tv to the part that makes your tv doubly secure incase of earthquake. It's sturdy though and today we did have a 3.0 shaker and the tv is fine. It's also great that they sent the little light, tiny leveler (not worth) and hdmi cable.