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1. Propane Generator
Propane Generator
Good propane portable generators have enough power to feed most common household appliances or power tools. You will normally find one or two 120 volt outlets. Often these propane generators also have a 12 volt DC outlet to charge car and other batteries. Handling propane can be safer than handl...
Home & Garden - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:22:06
2. Seconds From Disaster
Seconds From Disaster
In "Seconds From Disaster", the National Geographic Channel looks back in a series of very scary documentaries and takes stock of just of a few of the innumerable man made disasters of the recent history. The narrators for the series of original 45 episodes are the American Ashton Smith and the ...
Entertainment & Media - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 06:56:19
3. Inverter Generator
Inverter Generator
An inverter generator is so much less noisy than a conventional generator! That's the main advantage of inverter generators. Honda invented them a few years back, Then they were horribly expensive. Nowadays inverter generators are still more expensive than the old fashioned portable generators, ...
Home & Garden - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 06:55:44
4. Outdoor Ceiling Fans
Outdoor Ceiling Fans
Outdoor Ceiling Fans can 'save your life' when it's getting hot and muggy outside. Before air conditioners were invented, fans operated by slaves, and finally by motors were the only means to move the air to provide a cooling breeze. A good outdoor ceiling fan needs to be built slightly differen...
Home & Garden - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:16:08
5. Hampton Bay Ceiling Fans
Hampton Bay Ceiling Fans
Ceiling Fans are a great addition to every home, even if you use air conditon. They alone or in cooperation with an air conditioner or a heater(!) help to circulate the air and distribute the cool or warm air evenly. If you use a ceiling fan alone, it's a great way to feel a fresh breeze!
Home & Garden - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 06:54:44

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