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As many reviews have already stated, this light is a steal for the price, no doubt there. But for those wondering which color to get, read on... It was definitely a hard decision for me, as this would be the first neutral white flashlight to own, I have many other cool white tints. It was such a tough decision that I decided to order both lights and compare the two in person. Upon arrival I got the cool white first as the neutral white was out of stock. I really enjoyed this light thoroughly, it was super bright for an EDC sized light, have great throw and a wide spill, and the best light I own for EDC. The cool white is definitely not the standard cool white tint found in many other lights, it was a bit warmer and I did enjoy this, colors were truer, plants were green, and the outdoors seemed a little bit more natural at night. I was in love with it, but the only thing nagging in my mind was the trueness of the neutral white tint. The neutral white arrives a week later and immediately I threw in a fully charged 18650, at first I was slightly disappointed, being that it was my first time ever having a NW light, it kinda seemed blah to me, it looked dimmer and unappealing and reminded me of the old maglights. However, the more I used the NW version, the more I warmed up to the idea of the NW tint (no pun intended). First use outside and I was astounded, the colors were real! Nature was as nature intended it to be, grass was green, wood was brown, everything felt more like real life. That is when I knew that NW tint was the one to go with. Neutral white tints do loose some lumens, and loose a slight bit of throw, but in my opinion it is definitely worth it. In a world of flashlights were lumens are everything, sometimes its best to step back and see the real use of an EDC light and ask yourself, do colors, depth perception, and usability matter more to you than lumens and throw? Thats for you to decide, but for me, neutral white it is.
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I bought Threelac for a yeast infection. Best I know, it did little to cure that. Perhaps it would have had I taken the recommended three to four packets per day. I took two per day for a week then one/day thereafter.
This is my third stroller for our almost 9 month old baby! I was all set on purchasing the Baby Jogger City Mini (as many who buy the Britax B-Agile have mentioned) when the salesperson said that she recommended the B-Agile over the BJCM. She pointed to all the "better thought out" features and the one that really stood out was the brake bar in the back. I'm not that tall (5'5") but even I could see myself kick that bar every time I would use the stroller. I also hated the look of the brake bar -- it was so large and unappealing. Plus, trying to press on the brake was tough; getting it to disengage was even tougher. But I LOVED all the color combos of the BJCM, the handle bar was a tad taller, the canopy a smidgen longer and the most important fact: that it was the original with that ingenious seat handle one-fold design. I like to support original design! But I couldn't help but be distracted by the brake bar. My second stroller is the Uppababy G-Luxe and we both tend to step on the back wheels when using it so I knew that if many others have complained about the brake bar then it's probably going to happen for us as well. My 2nd stroller is lightweight but just not the right one for frequent use. I wanted something super durable that wouldn't take up all of my trunk space! My usual stroller was a travel system Chicco Keyfit 30 Cortina. It has done me proud. I found it extremely easy to unfold and fold and attach the car seat for seamless, "covered" naps. But it really took up the full horizontal length of my trunk. And I realized that I would like to get my trunk back. At least 1/2 of it! So that's where I came to search for my 3rd and hopefully final stroller...(unless that is I have another baby!)...