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from Emporia, KS
Comments about Kashi� TLC� Granola Bars; Chewy Honey Almond Flax, 1.2-oz., 12/Box:
The product was described as chewy but the bars were very hard. Unsatisfactory.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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By American Apparel
from Los Angeles- Downtown
About Me Quality Oriented
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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The Worst-Tasting Granola Bars Ever
By Jen the Disgusted
I usually love most granola bars, but these are the rare exception. They are the worst I have ever tried. If they have honey in them, I could not taste it.
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Don't buy this GPS!
from Oregon, IL
About Me Casual User
We used ours everyday. It does tend to freeze up. Then one day it just stopped working! Then we tryed to get help from the company, Omnitech. The customer service is slow as molasses, you have to send it back for repair at your own expense. The company just does not stand behing their product.
GPS outdated/Mind of it's own!
from Mohave Valley, Arizona
About Me Enthusiast
Bought GPS in April 2009 and it had 2008 info card. Update cost more than sale priced unit. Worked well for 2 weeks and then started locking up. Returned to store, got a 2nd one which lasted less than 1 week and locked up. Store says that it now falls under manufacturer warranty and I have to send in. Store isn't even selling this unit now that I can find. When it worked , it was very user friendly and accurate but since it has a mind of it's own, I can't depend on it.
About Me Power User
It worked only for 3 months, very slow, and after that it would freeze up until it would not work again. Spend a few more dollars and get a Magellan or Tom Tom.
By Zeke of NC
from Charlotte NC
I need a dependable unit and this one consistantly fails. [...]
Piece Of Junk
By otr mike
from Denver Co.
This is the biggest pice of junk for a GPS I could get my hands on.I am a truck driver and wanted to try to make my life easer insted of pulling over to look at a map all the time.It worked great for the first 45 days (15 days past the time i could return it to store) Then I cant even get a signal from 12 different satellites.[...]That is just no warranty coverage for a company of that size.I would never look at another product from this company
Omnitech 2009 GPS Update
The update works great. The only problem is you can buy a brand new Omnitech GPS for the price of the update! The new GPS has the new update! Lower the price of the update!
BOX SHOULD SPECIFY DATA YEAR
My husband purchased this in April 2009 to use on a trip. The unit had outdated 2008 information. One does not know that the information is outdated until the box is unsealed and opened. The copyright date of the information should be plainly stated in the outside of the box. The company wants one to pay as much as the unit cost in order to get a 2009 update for a product purchased in 2009. We are definitely unhappy.
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