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I hope to get to use you again some day. We started with the Full Circle tour and customized it. I've never used a tour company before--I do all the trip planning in our family, and even though we were using Nordic Visitor, I did a lot of research and had some specific requests. Larus was fantastic, answering my questions and making good suggestions about routes and places to stay. Nordic Visitor provides maps plus vouchers for all hotels, services, and tours booked through them.
Their road atlas is crammed with historical information. Unfortunately, it goes around the ring road in a clockwise direction, and we were going counter-clockwise--which meant I had to figure out how to read it backwards. Even if you're using Nordic Visitor to do your bookings, it's a good idea to take some responsibility for your trip and get a good guidebook or do some internet research before you go, especially if you want to look for small museums that don't make the "highlights" lists.
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We didn't use the phone a lot, but it was nice to know we had it, just in case there was a problem. Fortunately, we didn't need it.
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Now having that cut off may make a person think it might make more sense to sell my old kit and see what the other tool brands are offering. Your are right no other company did make an adapter either during their transition from stem packs either. We might not be having this conversation if Dewalt had done their conversion closer to when the other brands made the switch. It would be easy to play it off as everyone is doing it.
I guess its like the old saying you either rip the band aid of really quick or really slow. Especially in this economy, a lot of workers are not upgrading to the latest and greatest. But a lot of people are still buying new tools all the time. Older tools are wearing down, and battery packs are reaching the ends of their lives. Manufacturers are describing some of these new brushless cordless tools as being just as powerful as cordless tools.
This could also be why Dewalt is expanding their selection of specialty 12V and 12V-compatible tools. Rather than minor upgrades, they waited a little longer and pushed forward major upgrades. Chris saysAug 9, 2013 at 9:49 pmI know brushless has turned a lot of these tools into real good tools, but some of these premium cordless tools are expensive compared to the cheaper more powerful corded counterpartsAnd like you said in this economy, money is everything.
Kinda like the big three waiting on the prius to fail. Now they all get to play catch up with the technology. I dont think Dewalt is letting anyone test the market. They are just following their plan of riding on the contractors market that just flat out cant leave dewalt because they have put out cheap tools that lasted for allong time. But if you have a 100 batteries and 25 chargers and 50 drills you just cant leave so you buy the crappy recip saw from dewalt. I know where I work the choice was made to only allow one product line.
So they stock and continue to use gutless low run time 18v Nicad Dewalts. I know other contractors that have the same issue and try to align all their products. Though it may seem unnecessary for some to switch to brushless and to an even further extent switching brands, I am not alone.
You can argue that we can just use a corded tool if we need longer run times but I hate hunting down power outlets, I hate hauling around an extension and that includes wrapping it, storing it, unwrapping it at the job site, having the extension becoming a trip hazard for me, other workers, and clients, wrapping it up for transport in the vehicle and it being an extra tool taking up valuable space in my vehicle.
A let down to me is where the pack drains quicker than it can be charged. Those occasions in which you are sitting around waiting for the batteries to finish charging (2 battery packs one depleted and one charging).
Now I could get a 4. Well not necessarily as with longer run time comes a longer charge time canceling out the benefit, I would still be in the same situation. Brushless would provide me longer run time without the need for larger batteries. Now onto another benefit for brushless tech for me is a more compact, shorter, and lighter tool. Because of its size and weight the dcd985 is my least used cordless drill. Switching to some thing like the Milwaukee fuel hammer drill might not change that but it would help.
Im not trying to push others into switching to brushless or even switch brands. I am just stating reasons why it makes sense for me to switch. I see cordless as the future in power tools. With improvements in battery tech and motor efficiency, one day the cord for many portable power tools will be obsolete. Chris saysAug 10, 2013 at 6:26 amThe 4. A cordless can do great things but if your doing regular work with these tools a Corded wins everything But if you need to switch go got it but the majority of the market is going to stick with what works for them Javier saysAug 10, 2013 at 4:01 pmThe 4.FARNOR WEST has won at Warrnambool and placed once this prep, needs the breaks.
BOLD APPROACH has a lot of early speed and has three placings from five runs this prep, quinella. Simply Splashing (6) 10.
Seductive Miss (9) 2. That Said (10) SIMPLY SPLASHING just missed as favourite last start at Terang and has placed in two attempts this campaign, has solid claims.
SEDUCTIVE MISS a winner at first outing this prep and rates well on dry ground, in with a chance. PIQUE drawn perfectly and racing back from metro track, could threaten. THAT SAID led all the way to win last start to break maiden at Hamilton on a soft track and has had a flying start to their career, could upset.
Shining Star (11) 5. Tahnee Tiara (6) Hard to see anything upsetting the top two choices. SHINING STAR racing back from the city and won once this prep at Donald four runs back, should go well. WATERBERG has shown early speed in races to date, expect to be right up there. RONDALAGO placed last start at Hamilton and is a strong finisher, in with a chance.
TAHNEE TIARA has shown early speed in races to date and should run fitter for past attempts, could threaten. Great Lane (3) 6. Siddle's Birthday (16) 4. Artesano (1) GREAT LANE comes back to race at a country level, genuine contender. ZOFFMAN has two placings from five runs this prep but ran as favourite last start and placed at Hamilton, could threaten.
SIDDLE'S BIRTHDAY all wins have come when faced with dry ground and Dean Yendall a bonus, still in this. ARTESANO last start winner to break maiden at Ballarat and draws to do no work, place best.
Chouxting the Mob (4) 3. Set the Bar High (9) 14. Chu Chu Charlie (15) 10. So Distinct (5) CHOUXTING THE MOB in the money last start running third at Ballarat when resuming and placed at Geelong in only second-up attempt, has solid claims.
SET THE BAR HIGH has three placings from four runs this prep and finished fourth last start at Terang, don't dismiss. CHU CHU CHARLIE has the speed to overcome a very wide draw and has three placings from five runs this prep, quinella. SO DISTINCT ran fourth last start at Yarra Valley and should race on the speed, needs the breaks. R2 1000m Class: BM64, Handicap 1:29PM Selections 5. R3 1800m Class: Maiden, Handicap 2:04PM Selections 1.
R4 1300m Class: Class 2, Handicap 2:39PM Selections 2. R5 1300m Class: Maiden, Handicap 3:15PM Selections 1. R6 1500m Class: BM60, Handicap 3:55PM Selections 2.The homemade ice creams and eateries like a barn restaurant were very good and thoroughly enjoyable. We booked some extra activities like the blue lagoon, glacier boat tour and whale watching in Husavik. All of the reservations were in order and made it very trouble free and enjoyable. The N1 gas stations are very convenient throughout the island and not only provided clean rest rooms, but plenty of snacks and sandwiches were available all over the island.
Car reservations and quality of car provided was as reserved. Keep up the excellent work!!!!. The guesthouses were exceptional. They exceeded our expectations since we had booked "budget" accommodations.
Everything was clean and comfortable. Breakfasts provided were very good. We were often treated to homemade bread and jams. We were overall very pleased with everything. Our package of materials was very well organized and thorough. Our consultant, Hilmar, was very professional and prompt when we asked him for anything.
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Providing us with a mobile phone was great as it meant we did not have to buy SIM cards for our own phones and could get by using wifi at our destinations. We were very happy with our trip and hope to return to Iceland, such a beautiful country. This was an excellent experience. At least two of our friends are seriously thinking of taking this tour. All accommodation was really good with good breakfasts.