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Casabella Silicone Cutting Board Set

This set of cutting boards may be useful, but it’s nothing special

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After our old cutting board got too scruffy, we replaced it with a set of Casabella Silicone Cutting Boards . The four thin, curvy boards are color-coded to reduce the chances of cross-contamination. The back side is silicone-coated to make them non-skid.Read more

PetSport Pack My Bowl Water Bowl

It’s time to go hiking: Pack my Bowl!

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When our doggies go for long hikes, we make them carry their own water and food in their own backpacks. So they dont have to haul big metal bowls, we bought them a pair of PetSport Pack My Bowls . Ones for kibble, so it has a drawstring so it can carry extra food.Read more

Pearl Izumi Cyclone Gel Gloves

Cut down on those cold fingers with Pearl Izumi Cyclone Gel Gloves

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Theres no other way to say it: cold fingers are a pain. Late (and early) in the riding season, your rides are a lot more fun if  your fingers still move enough to operate your shifters and brakes.Read more

The Informationist: A Vanessa Michael Munroe Novel. Taylor Stevens

"The Infomationist" has too little information and too many stereotypes

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Four years ago, Emily Burbank disappeared somewhere in Africa, and no ones seen hide or hair of her since. Her oil mogul father, Richard, promised Vanessa Michael Munroe a cool five million simoleons if she could find Emily.Read more

Lufkin L725SCTMP 25 x 1 Self-Centering Tape Measure

An interesting concept, but of limited use for most

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A self-centering tape measure sounds like a good idea. After all, how many of us can divide 43-78" in half in our heads? Actually, I can - it's 21-1516"... But perhaps a more important question is, "How often do you need to divide 43-78" ins half?Read more

Bosch T500 5-Piece T-Shank Jigsaw Blade Assortment

Well, maybe it’s a little bit too assorted?

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After not having bought a new jigsaw in maybe twenty years, I was a little surprised to learn that the blade design had changed. The ones that fit my ancient B&D just didnt work in the new Bosch, which required something called a T-Shank.Read more

Cooper Lighting MS188W Motion Detecting 300-Watt Halogen Security Light

Installation was simple, but the light failed after two years

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Whether you're paranoid about security or not, a motion-activated light at the back door makes good sense if only to make it easier to stick a key in a keyhole in the dark. That's the main reason why we bought a Cooper Lighting MS188W Motion-Activated Security Light .Read more

Gardner-Bender GRT 3500 Receptacle Tester

Need to clean up after DIY electricians? Get a receptacle tester

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If you've ever bought a house, you probably had it inspected beforehand. One thing home inspectors typically do is check all the receptacles (plugs, outlets) to make certain they're properly wired.Read more

Bench Dog 10-035 Set of Four Bench Cookies

Bench Dog Bench Cookies: no oatmeal and no chocolate chips, but still a treat

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Like most people who do a bit of woodworking, I have a huge collection of wood scraps I press into use as clamp blocks, props, and jigs. A typical use is to raise a workpiece off the workbench for finishing and to prevent scrapes and scratches while sanding, drilling or other work.Read more

Criminal Enterprise. Owen Laukkanen

Another case of sophomore slump: “Criminal Enterprise“ by Owen Laukkanen

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Carter Tomlin was a successful businessman, the kind of guy who defined himself by the job he was very good at. He was good enough at that job that he and his lovely wife and two lovely daughters lived in a St. Paul McMansion and Carter drove a $90K Jag. Good enough, that is, until he got RIFed.Read more