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Pros: It does everything it's supposed to do.
Good volume, GREAT battery life, AND you probably wont need to read the owner's manual (setup is pretty intuitive and straightforward).
Cons: Can't think of anything.
Other Thoughts: Mine has lived a pretty rough life.
It stays in the F-150 24/7/365 ... in temperatures from -30F to 110F.
Just keeps going and going, and going...
This review is from: Sceptre E195BD-SHD 19" Black 720p LED-LCD HDTV With Built-In DVD Player
Pros: So far, everything is working just fine.
I like the sleep-timer!
Cons: Like TJag, already wrote, there clearly IS a visible glow around the outside perimeter.
But it's nothing I can't live with.
UPS was pretty rough on the factory box (crushed, punctured in several places, and REALLY dinged-up), but the TV seems to be a little survivor.
Other Thoughts: For the price, you can't expect a Sony,.. but overall it's not a bad TV for the price.
I'm giving it five eggs for being ... what it is - a good $100 television that does what it's supposed to do.
This review is from: Lasko 754200 Ceramic Heater with Adjustable Thermostat
Pros: Double Horse 9100 Single
It not only works, it does it's job surprisingly well!
When I noticed it on sale I thought "wth, why not? I've been freezing whenever I spend a few hours in the computer room anyway." I ordered it.
It was about the same price wallyworld sells 'em for,.. BUT there's no state sales tax, PLUS this is delivered (I HATE shopping!).
When it arrived four days later, I wasn't really expecting much. I figured it'd simple warm up the small spot under the desk (which is also under a LARGE single-pane 50's era window!). Just one more thing I'd have to remember to unplug (for safety's sake - I knew it has a 1/0 switch & thermostat).
Cripes, was I surprised! The (10' x 12') room usually stays near 60 degrees during winter. This little heater POPs the temperature up to 72 degrees in about five minutes,... and THAT's on low-fan / low-heat, setting #2 (there's actually no "setting #2" on the thermostat, just a series of 11 increasingly larger dots)!
Cons: The thermostat isn't perfectly precise.
If you have it set 72 degrees (as I mentioned earlier, you have to guess at that - there's no quantifiable measurement on this, just dots), it'll hit about 74 degrees before it turns off. After that, it doesn't automatically turn back on until the room temperature drops to +/- 68 degrees.
Mot really big deal. This little heater's extremely high performance MORE than makes up for a slightly finicky thermostat by being utterly reliable and effective.
It's not worth removing an egg over the thermostat. :P
Other Thoughts: The fan runs very well, but it's not exactly "quiet".
It's not loud, but if you're trying to sneak some auxiliary heat into a room,... stick to the tower style (or pure radiant / NO fan) heaters ;).
Display Name: Erik D.
Date Joined: 11/29/09
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