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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,193 - Total Helpful Votes: 2903 of 4112
Ultrasport U-Turn Women's Inline Skates Schwarz/Tü&hellip Ultrasport
5.0 out of 5 stars Must Go Faster, 21 Sep 2014
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Having never skated before in my life I was a little nervous about going out wearing these. The wheels are four in a row rather than two on each side, which I thought would help me keep my balance better. As it is I did okay, if not brilliantly. I'd recommend trying it out on a flat surface or paved area first. Braking was the first thing I learned to, which was easier than expected but turning around, not necessarily corners, takes patience. It's sort like learning to ride a bike. The wheels do make a helluva noise though. The metal braces appear to be solid and able to withstand punishment. It took me about five minutes to get my feet in so slipping them on is not so easy.

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Melissa & Doug Chalk and Eraser Bundle (White) by Melissa & Doug
4.0 out of 5 stars Fun and colorful, 18 Sep 2014
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Despite the other reviews I have to admit right away that these chalks snap rather easily, especially if it thumps onto your carpet right from the letterbox. There are also very tightly packed into the box so getting them back in is a chore.

However they are great for drawing on concrete slabs or straight-up vandalizing walls (as I do) with various fun slogans and cheerful drawings. I'm never going to use the eraser (I want my scrawlings to last for as long as possible), though I'd prefer the space and money be used for a better container than the cardboard box. The pack contains BOTH white and colored chalk, btw.
Sega Mega Drive II Console by Sega
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
There's no doubting the longevity of the Mega Drive. A console bought over 20 years ago will still work today. In fact in 50 years they will still probably work as good as they did right out of the box (assuming that TVs can still connect with them by then). This "slimline" version of the Mega Drive has a slightly compromised sound chip and loses the volume control and headphone jack (a shame since you could use it to hook it up to stereo speakers). Cartridge-based consoles and games died with the Nintendo 64 (but were kept alive by handhelds such as the Game Boy AdvanceRead more

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