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Arthritis Ireland - Ireland's only organisation working to provide information and support for people with arthritis

  • http://www.arthritisireland.ie/go/programmes_events/living_well_with_arthritis Living Well With Arthritis - Arthritis Ireland - Sign up to the Living Well with Arthritis course and learn self management techniques to break the pain cycle and manage your flare ups with arthritis help.

    Country:, Europe, IE

    City: -6.2439 , Ireland

  • Kerrie_T - too many uses to count!

    Sugru is amazing stuff. I have used it to fix a beloved shoe, make a surf fin key easier to grip, and to make my iPhone headphones more comfortable. There are hundreds of other uses available to view if you google Sugru. It's very easy to work with, but has a short-ish shelf-life so don't order too much of it. It's not cheap!

  • Becky Stull - just ok

    it has taken me forever just to get to the second city, Tokyo. Having to play every level so many times is a bit boring and only having 3 lives is frustrating.

  • Dennis & Veronica - really useful

    I started reading this at the beginning so I could remember all the tricks I'd forgotten over the years. I've found this book helpful in many situations. I keep it at work. People like to borrow it.

  • DramaAmy - Excellent stroller

    This stroller is an excellent purchase. I have had it about 8 months now and find that it is lightweight, easy to fold and unfold, and durable. We use it mostly for suburbs - walking in our neighborhood, to the mall, errands, etc. My daughter is now 20 months old and weighs about 25 pounds. She likes to climb on it sometimes, which we occasionally let her do if we're watching her. She has not once tipped it over when climbing in or sitting in it. However, it's important to note we do make sure that if she's in it and it's not moving, the wheels are always locked - including the front wheel. Another thing, I wanted enough storage space to put her diaper bag in fully loaded. I turn the bag on its side and it fits into the understorage very well. This was hard to find in a lightweight stroller. Other lightweight strollers (Maclaren) don't have enough space underneath. Whereas the larger strollers on the market that have enough storage were too darn heavy to be lifting in and out of the trunk when running errands. The Vela is a nice compromise. We also like the canopy. The harness is really only a waist cinch, but it works just fine for a toddler. Most toddlers want to be sitting up looking around anyway. Maneuverability is good - if you find it isn't, check to make sure all wheels are unlocked - including the front wheel. If you go over rough pavement, gravel or dirt, locking the front wheel sometimes helps to make it stronger and sturdier. But if you are in a mall and need to swivel, unlock the front wheel for more versatility. Love this stroller and would recommend.

  • Lena Eldborn - Waste of money and time!

    Very badly written. The 'book' would have been helped by some proof reading because some of the more glaring errors made me cringe.