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I have had the Kindle 2 for about 4 months now and can truthfully say it is the absolute best for anyone who is an avid reader. I have found that it is easier to read than hardback or paperback books. I can carry it anywhere and absolutely love it. I generally always buy the new hardback books because I can't wait for my favorite authors to come out in paperback. This way I pay a lot less and get the books right away. I have taken it on several trips and have used it a lot. I also got the black cover and had no trouble putting it on. I give it 5 stars and would gladly give it more if they had more to give. I Love it, thank you Amazon for coming out with the Kindle 2.
One last thing, I would love it if Amazon came out with a car charger for the Kindle. I could recharge when I am driving a long distance so it is ready to go when I get to my destination. Sometimes I haven't had time to recharge before I leave. Just a thought. Thanks again Amazon.
I love this product -- no dirt, no bugs and no chance of over-watering! This is very easy to assemble and easy to use. Just add water and a couple of nutrient tablets every two weeks. There's even a light that tells you when you need to do this.
I planted my Gourmet Herbs on June 15 and I was ready to harvest the basil before the fourth of July! If you follow the instructions, there's no way to mess this up. The herbs lasted about six months. My only caution is (and this is noted in the instruction booklet) that the lamps are on about 16 hours a day and they are bright at night. I can close off the bedrooms, so it doesn't bother me.
I highly recommend this product to anyone one who has tried to grow herbs indoors in the past. Aerogarden's customer service team is the best -- they know their stuff and are vary helpful. I had a problem with one of the herb kits and they have really worked to fix the problem.
Update: I read another reviewer's note about installing a new pump. I had a seed pod that never sprouted and after being shipped a replacement pod that also didn't work, Aerogarden sent me a new pump. I installed it last night with a new kit. The instructions were clear and it was pretty easy to do. I liked doing it myself in five minutes instead of sending the unit somewhere to be repaired. It still was an inconvenience, but my positive experiences with the product far outweigh the annoyance of the installation.
My first kit was the gourmet herb and as noted above, I had problems with the cilantro. I have since replanted my garden by mixing the French, Itallian and new Gourmet Herb kits and they've worked beautifully,especially the cilantro. The new pump has made all the difference. My oregano is even more hearty this time around. With the mew pump, all of my herbs are doing better. After almost two months of growth, the thyme appears to be the least robust of the bunch, but still has a good yield. It's in a back corner spot.
A wonderful continuation of the original. A true awakening to the power we each contain within ourselves if we simply make the right choices. This book is inspiring and leaves the knowledge that we can make changes and how important it is that we begin these now.
I recommend this book to everyone but even more so to those who feel there is little hope.
Who is not a fan of Guinness? Why even bother reading a review. I do however would like to share an anecdote which requires something like Guinness or Snopes to verify.
Have you ever heard of Inviso Spray 5,000?
If you are not familiar with Inviso Spray 5,000 listen up it is one heck of a product. What it does and don't ask me how but if you spray it on something say anything, the object becomes invisible to the naked eye, in fact so invisible that a few years ago the company had a huge ad campaign under way, they covered all their inventory with Inviso Spray to show how effective it was, a vice president of the company called the police the next day and told them the entire warehouse had been robbed. The police came and after a few days realized that the warehouse had not been robbed but the product was invisible. The advertising firm was promptly fired and they had to spray the entire the warehouse with primer so they could find their product to relabel, insurance did not cover any of the expense's something about an "act of moron" clause.