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  • EmeraldMeadows - What a wonderful product

    What a wonderful product. In today's world where the garbage Naži's try to impose unrealistic garbage rules, This environmentally friendly tool is a win win consumer product. Moving compostable ready waste products to a central site without the need for polluting trucks to carry it.

  • Kari - The flavor is good, I think the taste is the same as ...

    These are potato powder instead of potato flakes which means the pouches are smaller and easier to store (camping). The flavor is good, I think the taste is the same as using whole potatoes. I will be ordering these again.

  • Cherie R. Swanson - Perfect Choice!

    I LOVE my new crockpot! It has all the features I was looking for. I wanted a crockpot that had a timer and a keep warm setting. The bonus feature for me was that the lid locks in place. So far every meal we have made has come out perfect!

  • David Pimental - Replacement Toyota Tacoma mud flaps fix the problem

    If your Toyota Tacoma mudflaps are oversized and hitting the ground every time you go over a small bump, these will take care of the problem.

  • Terry - Great knife but the sheath hardware corrodes in saltwater

    I am writing this review after six-months of use. The reason for the missing star is due to the sheath having a knife-locking system made from a softer, metal that corrodes in saltwater. I love the knife and feel the knife alone is worth the price. It has everything I could want in a kayak-knife: Square semi-sharp tip, serrated edge, and most important, a recessed line-cutter on the back of the blade that will accept larger diameter cordages. The blade is nicely designed and has adequate heft that feels good in the hand, for a less-expensive, yet not cheaply made knife. While I have never drawn the knife for the use it was intended for, I have needed it for cutting cord and light prying. Now on to the sheath...finger-clasps that release the knife are made of some mild-metal and corrode badly in saltwater, even though I rinse everything I use in fresh water within an hour of getting home. I'm guessing I will need to discontinue using the sheath after a year because the corrosion will be advance enough to effect the integrity of the sheath. Had the option been available, I would have paid more for this knife with stainless steel hardware.