With initial product reviews, I think it’s generally a good idea to revisit a while later, and see if the glamour has worn off, or if the product is still showing it’s value.
- leanness: I get over 30mpg in mixed driving, It takes up very little room, and it’s big on the inside.
- response: Stick shift, so it moves with me – no waiting for it – it keeps pace like a lover.
- air: The moon-roof is the ultimate accessory. It’s all about airflow. The brain needs O2, for thought, for recuperation, and for pleasure. With the windows down and the roof open, you get a lot of the pleasure of a convertible w/o the drawbacks. Driving home is a form of rejuvenation.
- black: Did I mention it’s black inside and out? I look good in this car. What’s more, I feel good in it. It’s a kind of portable, comfortable, womb of steel and leather with instruments and wheels.
- leanness: It’s super thin, super light, and does only what I need – one key control, and it’s $40 free and clear – no dotted line.
- response: It’s got the loudest ring (but gentle at first), the loudest volume, the best reception, clearest screen in direct light (it’s e-paper), and super-long battery life. It’s also ultra-portable (slam in a sim card and go). Meters (battery & reception) are external and always on. Suitable for your primary phone. It doesn’t do music and photos, but neither does a landline, and this goes anywhere. Goes great with a Mazda3.
- black: Seems like a fine suit. It’s equipment, not a toy.
That’s it. Both of the above products are going strong. Excellent purchases, and I recommend them highly.