Cook.ch Review:Medical Device Manufacturer | Cook Medical - Cook Medical manufactures medical devices and products such as catheters, wire guides and stents for use in surgical and minimally invasive procedures.
Country: Europe, DE, Germany
I received the KXTG6842B on 9-19-13, it has been installed with the features that I need immediately and so far all is 100%. The hand book offers many features so you can custom the phone to your needs. One of the features that I like is after you use the phone you can return the phone to the cradle ( Base and additional ) which is plugged in to power source and that has no ill effect on the life of the rechargeable batteries and the batteries will automatically get charged by the system when needed. The product is good looking which I expected from Panasonic. I have bought many of their products in the past and they have performed with flying colors.
I bought this along with some raspberry ketones and this is by far the most amazing product I have ever tried. After giving birth to my first son I was having so much trouble losing weight and as well with my second the weight just kept packing on like crazy. I was a little skeptical of this like everyone else but so far I'm in love with the product!! I cannot believe how amazing this product is. I took one this morning an hour before breakfast, one an hour before lunch and lastly one an hour before dinner and so far I had to force myself to eat because this really suppressed my appetite. I feel great unlike other diet pills that made me shake and have me migraines. This product is like no other I have tried and I cannot wait to let you guys know how much weight I've lost by the end of the week.
I bought this at Bed Bath and Beyond after my mom wouldn't shut up about hers and how great it was. I read a ton of reviews before purchase, and I can't help but think a lot of the people who had issues with it are lacking in the common sense department (sorry). I bought it at BB&B because so many complained about leaking, and I wanted a smooth return process if that happened to me. Here's the bottom line: don't fill anything over the max line! I think this is where the problem lies, the manual says not to fill water above the max line, but you're not supposed to fill ANYTHING above the max line! This includes your veggies/spinach/whatever. So I can see how their statement is being misinterpreted/misunderstood. If everything in the cup is below the max line, including veggies, fruits, and water, it doesn't leak! If you fill any of the above ingredients over the max line, it will leak. Like any other blender, if you don't leave air space for it to blend, the pressure will push liquid out. This isn't common because other blenders are usually top-loaded, and usually have a larger cup. This one is smaller and therefore easier to overfill, and therefore easier to make leak. And screw the lid on tightly, for Pete's sake. If you're still having problems, I don't know what to tell you, because this is how I stopped the leaking in my Nutribullet, as well as my mom's and my best friend's. So clearly it's worth a try. Cole's notes: don't put ANYTHING above the max line on the cup!!!
Aside from that little disclaimer, I love this thing. It actually pulverizes everything and blends a nice smooth drink. I actually prefer a smoothie that's a little thicker and chunkier, so I adjust my water and blending technique accordingly. I throw in some spinach, banana, pineapple, apple, pear, walnuts and flax seed, and have a nice tasty drink every time. No weird chunks or particles. And it's a breeze to clean. Some people were complaining about the texture, but you have to understand that this is not a juicing system? It's basically a blender, so yes it will be a smoothie-like consistency, not freaking juice. But unlike a juicer, it blends in the fruit/veggie skins instead of just wasting them, and that's where a lot of the nutrients are. You also use less produce, which saves money. So for me that rivals a juicing system any day. I use the large cup to make my drinks and then the small one for stuff like nut butters and chicken salad. Also, a tip for the nut butter lovers out there is to add oil to the nuts before you blend them. Some reviews mentioned that it just grinded the nuts up into sand and didn't make butter... that's because you didn't do it right. You can't just throw in nuts and expect butter. Google a nut butter recipe and find yourself pleasantly surprised. If I ever encounter weird issues with this system, I'll update my review accordingly, but for now, I love this thing and would definitely (with proper use technique!) recommend.