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Sigg Kid's Water Bottle (20 Oz)

Sigg Kid's Water Bottle (20 Oz)
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4 reviews

Apr, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of Sigg Kid's Water Bottle (20 Oz). The average rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Miscellaneous for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the usability.


On average, users rate this product 60/100.

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Paying The Piper (Simon Wood) - I would pay full price, for this one.


Simon Wood's Paying The Piper : a kidnap thriller that takes a different turn from the norm. Eight years ago, "The Piper" went on a kidnapping spree. But in all cases, once the ransom was paid, the kids were returned, ...

A kidnap story, with an interesting spin

The ending dragged out a bit

Oct, 2009

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These water bottle are FUN for kids- but not without issues.


I usually buy Klean Kanteen bottles for my family, but this summer while out of town, I needed a gift to bring home for my son (now age 4). I didn't want him to feel left out since the rest of us hand our own non-toxic water bottles and when I saw...

Unique artwork and fun, claims they are non-leaching for life, eco-friendly, they are now BPA-free

Oct, 2009

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Don't know much about Afghanistan


For a small country in an isolated region, Afghanistan seems to have played a rather large role in recent world history. However, despite reading the frequent news stories, analyses, opinions, and even talking with people who have been there, I ...

Well researched. Good overview. Easy to read

Too basic in some regards

Oct, 2009

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What Followed Hiroshima and Nagasaki?: America's Atomic Age


Atomic America is a book that can't decide what story it wants to tell. Part of the time it focuses on the only directly fatal nuclear accident on American soil. Part of the time it's a biography of Admiral Hyman Rickover. Part of the time it's a ...

includes some infrequently covered events of the early Atomic age

very scattered, tries to cover too many subjects, poorly written in places

Oct, 2009