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  • Joshua L. Peterson - Great Book, Not Something You Sit Down And ReadMoving myself foreward to being self reliant is the reason i bought this book, picked up the best books i thought would help me the most in the last couple weeks. If you want to see everything i got check out my reviews. Finally getting around to building up my medic library. Im about out of books to buy that deal with survival and militia skills, filling in the gaps here.

    This book is something to have if your thoughts are even close to that of mine.
  • Filipe Rodrigues - EssentialI find this text essential for all and every medical student in its clinical placements!
    Easy to use, it only needs a few minutes of practice to get used to it.
  • Helen - perfect stroller for us!I purchased this stroller along with the Britax Chaperone infant seat and have used it since my baby was a week old. She is now 14 mo, and I plan on using this far longer.

    *ridiculously easy to fold. You hit a button while holding a handle. It's a 2-handed thing, but I don't mind that. It literally takes me 5 seconds to fold it and get it in my car.
    *reclining positions. When my baby falls asleep on a walk, I recline the seat back and she snoozes away
    *large folding canopy. When it's cold, raining, windy, sunny, she has always been well protected
    *pouch for my stuff. This hangs off of the back in addition to the one underneath. It's handy for my keys, a small blanket, the other random kid stuff
    *tall handles. I am 5'10" and my husband is 6'2", and we can both walk comfortably without leaning over. I'm sure it isn't too tall for the shorter folks either
    *foot clearance. This is especially important when you're tall and walk a lot. I have yet to hit my feet on this stroller
    *narrow. It fits nicely through the doorways I see my friend with the B-Ready struggles to get through.
    *agility. This has amazingly easy, one-handed steering with quick, close turns, while still stable. This is so convenient when you are shopping, or anytime you have one hand busy.
    *easy to lock in the infant seat. Literally set it in the holders, and it clicks to tell you it is safely locked.
    *sturdy quality. This feels like it is better quality than several strollers I tried. Others have felt pretty flimsy, this one is sturdy.
    *If you have a diaper bag with the stroller straps, it hooks very nicely while still giving you room to walk comfortably

    *no cup holder for the adult. I have purchased some after-market ones and still, nothing fits.
    *the brake needs to be lifted up with your foot to be unlocked. I didn't realize how much I would dislike this until I was wearing flip-flops, or when I had some nice boots on with wet weather
    *when it does fold, the wheels touch the canopy and the pouch. This gets the stroller fabric dirty and/or wet when the wheels are.
    *the basket underneath is small. It will hold a small bag or 2, but not a whole lot more. This isn't a big deal to me, but if you're looking for something large, it isn't.
    *with the front wheel locked, it loses the agility and becomes much more difficult to navigate. I have unlocked it now, but it is recommended to lock it when using it with the infant seat.
    *if you have a heavy diaper bag on the back, without a baby in the stroller, it tips over backward.

    Overall, I have really enjoyed this stroller. We have traveled with it in the car, airplanes, walked many miles with it, and it has met all of our needs, besides the minor details mentioned above. I would buy it again, and have recommended it to friends.