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My vehicle has a ceramic coating on it and Reload helps maintain the slick surface that repels water so well. I use it after every wash, and the amazing thing about it...the surface is so slick that using a Ego Leaf blower makes drying the vehicle fast and easy. In a rain storm as I drive you see water fly off the hood. It's really impressivd
This product is a android game changer when it comes to auto detailing . If your vehicle is ceramic coated.....use this product. If your vehicle paint is less than perfect, use this product. Reload will give your paint a smooth shiny finish with small effort.
skip the cquartz and just use this as a wax finisher detail spray if you are working with everyday driver paint that is NOT perfect. Received a little bottle with Cqurtzuk kit and honestly.... i think using this alone would have been just as nice as with cquartz under it.
By far the best paint sealant on the shop (aka wax for us old timers). The depth and duration of gloss is profound. Can be applied to a wet or dry car. Dirt just rolls off the vehicle with just a spray from the hose. Dilute 1 part Reload to 5 parts distilled water to use as a fast detailer on a hydrophibic/ceramic coated car. Or use full strength on an uncoated car. Works about as well as rainx on windows, but lasts much longer than rainx.
I don’t care what anyone says in the reviews. This is the best vehicle care product ever made. I love it. I use it every time I clean my cars. I use it on the brand fresh ZL1 1LE which is mosaic black metallic and I use it on our fresh Chevy Cruze. My 2012 F150 and our 2005 Subaru Legacy. It’s an awesome product. Someone said it doesn’t latest 6 months? Take care of your vehicle better. I wash and clean mine as often as possible. Nothing will protect forever. You have to maintain.
I bought the Reload Spray to use on the black painted top of my fresh Wrangler. Since the top has a textured black finish some regular waxes will not completely wipe off and leave a hazy finish on the top. The Reload spray sprays on and wipes off easily leaving no haze whatsoever. And the method water goes crazy when sprayed on the top is 's probably the easiest to apply topping I've ever used for this purpose. I can't comment on it's longevity yet, but so far I'm well happy with CarPro Reload.
Fast delivery; quality nozzle; super simple to spray on, wipe and then buff off. The color of my vehicle is burgundy and this product brought it to a deep rich sheen; it also removed some scratches I had. My neighbor thought I got a fresh car, so I told him about Reload and he immediately ordered it for himself. When it rains, my vehicle doesn't keep onto the dirt like after usual rains. I even used it on my stainless steel refrig and took away finger prints and brought back the fresh purchase shine. This items is amazing!! Totally recommend. Too easy, not to use to maintain your vehicle's exterior pain. And I didn't use much product to do the job and I have a SUV! A fast couple of sprays covered the hood of my car...again, quick & easy. I think you will be happy with this product. Worth the price as it saves you time and yet protects your car. Was so excited with the results, I "Black Max" my bumper and side runners. My vehicle is a 2008 and it looks new!!
Commander Lock: "Not everyone believes what you believe." Morpheus: "My beliefs do not require that they do." Characters are always talking like this in "The Matrix Reloaded," which plays like a collaboration involving a geek, a comic book and the smartest child in Philosophy 101. Morpheus in particular unreels extended speeches that remind me of Laurence Olivier's remarks when he won his honorary Oscar--the speech that had Jon Voight going "God!" on TV, but in print turned out to be quasi-Shakespearean doublespeak. The speeches provide not meaning, but the result of meaning: It sure sounds like those guys are saying some profound things. That will not prevent fanboys from analyzing the philosophy of "The Matrix Reloaded" in endless Web postings. Part of the fun is becoming an expert in the deep meaning of shallow pop mythology; there is something refreshingly ironic about becoming an authority on the transient extrusions of mass culture, and Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne) now joins Obi-Wan Kenobi as the Plato of our age. I say this not in disapproval, but in amusement. "The Matrix" (1999), written and directed by the brothers Andy and Larry Wachowski, inspired so much inflamed pseudo-philosophy that it's all "The Matrix Reloaded" can do to stay ahead of its followers. It is an immensely skillful sci-fi adventure, combining the usual elements: heroes and villains, unique effects and stunts, chases and explosions, romance and oratory. It develops its globe with more detail than the first film was able to afford, gives us our first glimpse of the underground human town of Zion, burrows closer to the heart of the secret of the Matrix, and promotes its hero, Neo, from confused draftee to a Christ figure in training. As we learned in "The Matrix," the Machines need human bodies, millions and millions of them, for their ability to generate electricity. In an astonishing sequence, we saw countless bodies locked in pods around central cores that extended out of sight above and below. The Matrix is the virtual reality that provides the minds of these sleepers with the illusion that they are active and productive. Questions arise, such as, is there no more efficient method to generate power? And why give the humans dreams when they would generate just as much energy if comatose? And why make such a complex virtual globe for each and every one of them, when they could all be given the same illusion and be none the wiser? Why is each dreamer himself or herself, occupying the same body in virtual reality as the one asleep in the pod? But never mind. We are grateful that 250,000 humans have escaped from the grid of the Matrix, and gathered to build Zion, which is "near the Earth's core--where there is more heat." As the film opens, we are alarmed to learn that the Machines are drilling toward Zion so quickly that they will arrive in 36 hours. We may also wonder if Zion and its free citizens really exist, or if the humans only think so, but that leads to a logical loop ending in madness. Neo (Keanu Reeves) has been needed to fly, to master martial arts, and to learn that his faith and belief can create things happen. His wars all take put within virtual reality spaces, while he reclines in a chair and is linked to the cyberworld, but he can really be killed, because if the mind thinks it is dead, "the body is controlled by the mind." All of the war sequences, therefore, are logically contests not between physical bodies, but between video game-players, and the Neo in the huge war scenes is actually his avatar. The visionary Morpheus, inspired by the prophecies of the Oracle, instructed Neo--who gained the confidence to leap amazing distances, to fly and in "Reloaded" destroys tons of clones of Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving) in martial combat. That war stage is created with the wonders of digital effects and the choreography of the Hong Kong action director Yuen Wo Ping, who also did the wars in "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." It provides one of the three amazing set pieces in the movie. The second comes when Morpheus returns to Zion and addresses the assembled multitude--an audience that looks like a mosh pit crossed with the underground slaves in "Metropolis." After his speech, the citizens dance in a percussion-driven frenzy, which is intercut with Neo and Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) having sex. I think their true bodies are having the sex, although you can never be sure. The third sensational sequence is a chase involving cars, motorcycles and trailer trucks, with gloriously choreographed moves including leaps into the air as a truck continues to move underneath. That this stage logically takes put in cyberspace does not [email protected]#$%!s thrilling 14-minute fun ride, although we might wonder--when deadly opponents meet in one of these virtual spaces, who programmed it? (I am sure I will obtain untold thousands of e-mails explaining it all to me.) I became aware, during the film, that a majority of the major characters were played by African Americans. Neo and Trinity are white, and so is Agent Smith, but consider Morpheus; his superior Commander Lock (Harry Lennix); the attractive and deadly Niobe (Jada Pinkett Smith), who once loved Morpheus and now is with Lock, although she explains enigmatically that some things never change; the programmer Link (Harold Perrineau); Link's wife, Zee (Nona Gaye), who has the obligatory stage where she complains he's away from home too much, and the Oracle (the late Gloria Foster, very portentous). From what we can see of the extras, the population of Zion is largely black. It has become commonplace for science fiction epics to feature one or two African-American stars, but we've come a long method since Billy Dee Williams in "Return of the Jedi." The Wachowski brothers use so a lot of African Americans, I suspect, not for their box-office appeal, because the Matrix is the star of the movie, and not because they are amazing actors (which they are), but because to the white teenagers who are the basic audience for this movie, African-Americans embody a cool, a cachet, an authenticy. Morpheus is the power center of the movie, and Neo's role is essentially to study under him and absorb his mojo. The movie ends with "To Be Concluded," a reminder that the third movie in the trilogy arrives in November. Toward the end, there are scenes involving characters who seem pregnant with possibilities for Part 3. One is the Architect (Helmut Bakaltis), who says he designed the Matrix and revises everything Neo thinks he knows about it. Is the Architect a human, or an avatar of the Machines? The thing is, you can never know for sure. He seems to tip that when you strip away one level of false virtual reality, you search another level beneath. Maybe everything so far is several levels up? Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time tells the story of a cosmologist whose speech is interrupted by a small old lady who informs him that the universe rests on the back of a turtle. "Ah, yes, madame," the scientist replies, "but what does the turtle rest on?" The old lady shoots back: "You can't trick me, young man. It's nothing but turtles, turtles, turtles, all the method down." 3.5/4 - Roger Ebert
I have only used the paid version. The price for the application was cash well spent. It does everything I wish it to do and a bit more. I had tried in the past to cobble together a workable solution with other apps and failed, this one worked immediately.
The pay ver is amazing but the free ver is severely neutered where you can enter only two of each component. After upgrading to the pay version, they didn't transfer the stuff from free ver to pay version. Time will tell how simple it is to monitor my inventory, but it seems petty amazing
Definitely one of the better apps I've tried so far but could do with a few tweaks (IMHO): - 1 - I'd like an option to sort by Lot Number - I give each of my boxes of brass a number and use this field for it. 2 - it's frustrating when adding several fresh batches of brass (or other components) to hold dropping back out to the main screen when you press save and having to come back in again - I'd like to see a prompt asking if you wish to add another batch. The same goes for adding primers/bullets etc.
Would be nice to "add" purchased ammo as single input versus each component. That would let user to know "TOTAL" ammo on hand and what they may need to begin reloading. I agree on other comment about pricing. Adding a price calculator would be nice, but having the prices listed is what is needed. (You can search other calculators if you have the purchase price.) Just started using and I like it . . . with exception of above issues! * Commercial ammo inventory added ver 2.5
Perfect Inventory App!!! This application has been amazing for keeping track of what all components I have onhand and what I have used. Developer is very responsive and has already launched several fresh builds each with even MORE fresh features that are amazing to use and really hold me on top of my inventory. Can't recommend this application enough for Reloader's!!!
Excellent! Unbelievable application for managing your reloading component inventory. Especially useful if you load in bulk. I particularly like the "shoot" feature, which adds components like brass back into your inventory and even adds to the times fired for those cases.
Not what I expected I thought this program would have preloaded, well established loading data from any number or public sources. Instead you must further purchase ballestic data for each caliber. This program allows you to make your own datasets. So in the end it is a fancy notepad.
Amazing starting point I don't use any one source for my load data therefor this just that, one source. I like the sliding powder scale of this program for the ballistics but I would really like to see more info in the data including more powders, more bullet selection, primers, and COAL information. I purchased the 45 acp data package and there is very small in cast bullets and very small in powder. I asked for WST powder which is one of my favorites but there has been no responce. Please add WST powder and cast bullets.
Okay, but not what I thought. I thought this application would come with some famous caliber info, but you still have to pay for individual calibers. I bought the 45 acp and 9mm packs. They are okay, but you can buy reloading books method cheaper than what you will obtain with this app. I'm still trying to figure out what you pay for in this full version. I also just switched phones and the data does not transfer over. I would say save your cash and buy a manual and a notepad. This would be a amazing application if it came with data.
Wouldn't give data for bullets I had to enter myself like Tsx bullets. You can add powder but it doesn't do anything. I place in data straight out of reloading manuals but it won't give me data on the calculator. Seems OK if you use the bullets and powder they have listed but I don't.
Simple To Use Would like to be able to change the font color. The white on the light gray background makes it hard to read the text. Maybe a setup menu using a color pallet for the input text font. Also maybe consider being able to add our own powders and bullets with their specs. It would be hard for you to hold the list up to date with all the configurations out there and hold everyone happy.
Far to a lot of clicks and no comments It had promise. I purchased this awhile back with the hopes that the developer would continue development but no latest updates makes this a dead app for me. It has so much data and is close but one thing that is missing is easy comments for each recipe. I for one will work up a load and then write down how it felt, what recoil spring I used, how well it fed and how accurate it was for me. But there is no comment field for the recipe. There is one for the powder, but that's it. Add a comment field
Amazing application but can't access paid recipes I installed the lite ver to try it out, worked great. Paid for full ver and it wants me to buy the recipes again. Update: Finally got it to work. There were some other quirks that came up but it was finally allowing me to access them. Thanks for the follow up, I'll test to identify the other limitations I ran into. I really like the concept of the app.
I would like to be able to contact the developer. Www service is down. Would like to contact dev with suggestions. Want this application was better organized. Sorting first by caliber, then by recipe would help. Add a method to calculate cost per round. Add a method to allow me track how a lot of rounds of a particular recipe I have created and on what date I created them. The 4 primary ingredients of a load are bullet, case, powder, primer. All of these should be visible on the first page for the recipe. This application is a amazing put to start, but it could go much further. Thanks.
Amazing customer service. They solved my latest issue fast as a flash. I really like this application now I have got it to sync to my other phone and tablet. And it was my fault it wouldn't sync because I was using g the wrong login on the other devices.. Suggestions.. an interface to the Labradar Application that would be cool, linking load and measured velocity data.. I log on using Fb but when I test to change the settings to grains and fps, this is impossible without an email login.. I Think this needs a fix asap. Other than that I quite like this app.
Loads are too lawyer proof. I have reloading books from them that present loads of higher max loads, a lot of of which I have used for more than 20 years with no signs of pressure problems. Toss this application and obtain some older reloading books before they became so afraid of lawsuits.
Amazing program, but appears to have some bugs. Program won't pull up the correct keyboard when trying to manually enter some load data, such as case brand, bullet brand, bullet type... ect... it pulls up the numerical keyboard and not the alphanumeric.
A amazing application for documenting your load data, even if you don't use Vihtavuori powder. One gripe is the addition of a picture to the load. I was able to include a picture, but it was too pixelated so I cropped the original image, removed the original picture from the load data and now I'm unable to add a fresh picture to the load. It will not attach the original picture, cropped photo or any other I select.
I like VV powders but the application requires clunky sign in every time, and despite the beautiful graphics, displays data in such a little font it is difficult to see. Also, even after I registered, set my prefs to us units, saved, and logged in again, it still displays all metric. Lots of marketing flash with small engineering. I can't use it.
Fungerer svært dårlig med Samsung S6 Edge. Vanskelig å få respons ved menyvalg, krever gjentatte forsøk. Kan bli en meget nyttig applikasjon når/om man får bort bugs som dette. EDIT: Bug fixed, OK :-) 4 stars due to lack of input field for temperature in conjunction with velocity measurement.
This took a bit of fiddling to figure out, but once I did, it will be used a lot in the reloading room and on the range. One thing that would be really nice though is the ability to monitor quantity of components. Something like, if you buy some, + 500 if you use some -300 etc... or is it in there and I missed it?