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The provided foam spacers and fit was perfect on my 2013 JEEP OEM hitch receiver. Sturdy and well made. The one I received had round corners so I did not have to 'modify' it as some other's stated they had to do. I will not leave this permanently in my hitch and the weather, since there is potential for moisture to get into it. If you put keys in this I'd suggest a zip log bag. There are two holes in the back of the unit which I suspect is to allow moisture to escape, I thought about using Silicone RTV to close those up, but decided against it. Weather, and especially near coastal areas, will probably corrode the combo lock at some point so I will not leave it permanently installed, and will keep in my cab until I need it.
I bought the Seiki 55" LCD about 3 weeks ago- open box display for $499. I call it my fair-weather TV. It is great in HD and in any well-lit setting. However, during many darker scenes you will get muddy and grainy effects and heavy pixelation (spelling?). Certain channels will stutter but most will not. Why? I don't know. Yet, for the price, you can't beat it. You would have to double or triple your investment to do better. I will keep it for a few years (I want a high-end 60" LED).
It works, but pretty much the same as any other vitamin C supplement. Great marketing though and my dad consistently has me ordering more boxes of it for him.
Recently bought the NRS pilot knife for a week long kayak camping trip. I like the secure attachment to my PFD, but the nicest feature was the quick and sure release. It's somewhat "spring loaded" using the clips that secure it to the sheath. The blunt/flat point ensures no accidental punctures, and the formed semi-circle cutter makes fast cutting of ropes a snap. The quick release mechanism also locks the knife back in with a snap - if it does not snap, it's not in. Again, something almost foolproof, which is nice if you are reacting to an issue on the water. Great overall blade. I also ordered the Gerber Rivermate at the same time, as I have beena Gerber fan fr 40+ years, but the NRS Pilot wins my vote as the knife to carry on the water.