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I don't normally write reviews, but this product literally saved my eye today so I had to give it some ing squash, my enemy lost grip of their racquet and the racquet smacked me, at full-speed, directly in the eye (covered by the goggles of course). Impact was jolting, but my eye is completely unscathed. Aside from some bruising on my cheekbone I am totally fine. This is awesome protective gear.
I'm a fresh home inspector and I love it,this is a amazing tool,I would recommended to any one who's really interested in providing amazing service and that care about what we do for our clients and who we represent when we're in the field,not just us as a home inspector but as a members of amazing association,and be a part of the ASHI family.
I've been inspecting for 7 years, all my training was done at Carson Dunlop. This application is a amazing idea for fresh and experienced home inspectors however I search it constantly crashes. If I need this application it means I need it now! I don't have time to reset the application or test and figure out why it's crashing. If it worked properly I think it could be a most valuable tool!
I just received my Prince Tennis Racquet and I love it! I have fun playing tennis on Wii Sports and Racquet Sports and had previously purchased the Nerf accessories. Unfortunately, the Nerf accessories along with another bundle kit (included golf club, baseball bat, & racecar wheel) proved to be beautiful flimsy. After playing just a few sets I immediately noticed a difference and improvement in android game accuracy and proficiency. I will admit, I am about 5'3 or 5'4 so I didn't experience issues with ceiling problems encountered by other users. The only caveat is I found in attempting to remove the Wiimote there was a bit of difficulty. Therefore, I decided versus doing so and will leave that Wiimote in the racquet and use my other Wiimote for other games. I chose this option because I didn't wish to hurt the Wiimote or the racquet. Overall, I am very happy with this purchase!
This racket is very cool. It has the weight of a true tennis racket and really makes you feel that you are playing tennis. I have played hours of Wii Tennis and have had no problems. Buy it! I just bought a second one for when I playing doubles with a "real" person.
If you play tennis and wish to play it on your Wii U, it feels much more authentic to keep a racquet than to keep a remote control. It feels much more like playing tennis. I do search that the remote can sometimes lose accuracy, but I think it's more an problem of the sensor than of the racquet. The feel of swinging the racquet increases the work-out aspect of playing video tennis. Low ceilings are a hazard, but with enough room, tennis players should really have fun this accessory.
This racquet is really cool looking, period. It has two design flaws 1) remote does not fit snug and has the tendency of slipping out. 2) The handle could use a better grip. I created adjustments to this racquet by adding "no slip" dots to the inside top of the racquet so the remote would fit more snug and I took tennis grip which I chop in half and added to the outside handle. This is one of my favorite racquets.
I ordered this product along with Grand Slam Tennis for the Wii, based largely in part on the 5 star review by "J. M. Manson". After receiving the item, I realized that the aforementioned review is so inaccurate that it must have been written deliberately to mislead buyers. Probably by someone with some financial stake in this product.1. Let's begin with the most necessary problem first: the product doesn't work as described. When you play tennis on the Wii, the controller is held so that the buttons face the ceiling and the left and right edges represent the forehand and backhand. Well when you do that with this device, guess what? The racquet faces the ceiling also. Anyone play true tennis with the racquet facing the sky? Didn't think so.2. It is not the same size or weight as a true tennis racquet, unless you play tennis with a racquet 16" long that weighs 4 ounces.3. You can't use the Wii jacket with it at all.4. It holds the remote very loosely, using only a few flimsy plastic tabs.5. The product is created of cheap, thin plastic that I have no doubt would have cracked within a month had I bothered to use it more than once or twice.Take the cash you were going to spend on this and use it to light a fire in your fireplace and it would be a better use of the funds.
I have fun playing Tennis on my Wii; I thought having an actual tennis racket would enhance the experience. The design of this racquet, with the Wii remote inside the handle seemed like just the ing the racquet certainly did enhance the playing experience, however the plastic handle of the racquet was anything but comfortable. After playing for a short period of time it was obvious that any long term use of this racquet was out of the e other annoying aspect of the design is that it blocks communication from the wii remote.
I purchased a pair of Prince Tennis Rackets...A mate and I were playing Wii Tennis and the racket head snapped off within the 1st 30 mins of use. We place the other one away and went on to use the Wii rackets that come with the sport pack. Since them I have ordered tow of the Wii motes. The only issue with this is that the Wii motes do not fit in any other tennis rackets except for the Prince rackets so if you are looking for a real tennis experience this is not for you. A friwedn took out the other Prince Racket and hooked it all up and played for about 15 mins before the racket head snapped off of that one. Do not waste your money...These are horrible
I received this racket on a Tuesday and the following Tuesday it broke, after I used it to play 3 times. I've had much better luck with comparably priced rackets I've bought at Wal-Mart. This was probably the worst purchase I've ever created on Amazon. I returned it to obtain my cash back.
These rackets look amazing and work well. The only issue is that all the adult males, like over 5' 8' or so end up hitting the ceiling with them on accident. My girls, who are both 5' 4' come close, but don't hit it. My father, my husband, etc can not use these though because they [email protected]#$%! the ceiling with them. This of course is not a product problem, but if you have 8 foot ceilings where you play Wii you might wish to reconsider this purchase.
The author takes an revolutionary approach to restoring anterior teeth, a Biomimetic approach. The author goes back to basics and studies nature i.e. the form and function of natural teeth. He then studies how each tissue (dentine/enamel) behaves mechanically (when loaded) and where the forces and stresses concentrate. These findings then lay the foundation as to how teeth should be restored i.e. should they be restored so they are as powerful as nature (mimic natures strength) or stronger. The author tends to favour the former approach, and goes about outlining materials and design principles that will achieve this result. He presents an extremely interesting way and commonsense approach to restoring teeth. By reading this book, it allows us to reflect upon the potential disasters (verticle root fractures, decorination) that may be caused by restoring teeth in the traditional method (crowns & posts) whereby making them stronger than nature.
2 issues:- when I did the buy, ther was an offer of, free fast shipping for the first delivery created at Amazon. After sellecting it the price for shipping was 50 dollars almost. I just realised later. It was offer to me 1/2 payment which I accepted, but I don't think thats a amazing policy. A small tricky for newcomers from other contries.- When the book irreved it came whit a jag at the hard cover. But actualy i didn t complain. But, not ook for an hard cover in a book as expensive as this rry for my english,Carlos Martins
This book could also be called the Squash Bible. If you wish to know something about pumpkins and squash there is not a better, more comprehensive source. History and origins, size and shape (in color!), plant habit, and culinary quality and uses (if any) - this is the put to dly, this book is not found as widely as it ought to be, be it because of cost, inadequate or uninspired marketing or just what. It should be in EVERY library worthy of the name, there should be no less than one in EVERY county Extension office that is in an zone where cucurbits are grown in any abundance (especially as a resource to the Master Gardeners), and there should be *at least* one copy in ANY farm shop that has a passion for pumpkins (and if they are intelligent they should have several for sale, as well). Sadly, such is NOT the case, and we all suffer from rampant misinformation because of this unnecessary lack of access to accurate knowledge about this fascinating and attractive "fruit."
i found this book in the library and thought the photographs were attractive and then found the name of a grower on pg 14 with the same name as my father ( who loves to garden) so I had to buy it. It is a amazing table book in fall or on a book stand opened up. very attractive with amazing receipes too. i recommend it.
At this time, this is the most comprehensive volume on the Cucurbita genus. A amazing private narrative, coupled with sublime photography. My only quibbles are that none of the photos present chop begin fruit, to give a view of the flesh and cavity. Secondly, that quite a number of internationally known cultivars are not mentioned. Nevertheless, an absolute "must have" for pumpkin and squash devotee.
Why are pumpkins and summer squash both Cucurbita pepo? What are the differences between Cucurbita maxima and Cucurbita moschata? All your squash questions answered, and contains a really nice list of cool varieties in each of the genus species. Love squash and wish to know how to grow it well? Buy this book!
It has a goodly amount of reference material, about a lot of members of the squash family. The size and pictures also puts it into a coffeetable class book if you want to display it that way. Was a small pricey but I love the book, feel it was worth the investment.
Or perhaps it actually succeeds in being both. In a huge and growing private garden library, this is one of my favorite books. I turn to it again and again. First of all, the photographs are just amazing, managing to combine exquisite beauty with accurate representation of each particular squash. And how very special a lot of of the squashes do appear to be! However it is in the text that Amy Goldman's book really shines. The info is presented in a clear, easy-to-access format, yet the language is beguiling. I defy any gardener and meal lover to read this book and not instantly wish to track down half a dozen heirloom varieties to grow. They will be able to do just that, because the author lists see sources for all the varieties she includes.
I love this book. If you are a fan of pumpkins, squash and gourds then this is a must. Text is informative though a bit preach and opinionated at times. I prefer to just read about nature and science without any agendas. For this I give it 4 instead of 5 starts. I would do 4.5 if I could. The classification of pumpkins was one of my favorite sections. But for the images themselves and to ID what types of pumpkins and squash you might have it is very helpful.