Friday, September 11, 2009

ValueRays® Warm Mouse Review and Giveaway

ValueRays® Warm Mouse
Thanks to Warm Mouse-Heated Keyboard I had the opportunity to try out ValueRays® Warm Mouse and I must say, I'm looking forward to using it during the cold months. My mouse hand usually stays cold to the point of numbness during the winter months. Although my hand was not cold at the time I was using Warm Mouse, it was a bit achy and I found the heat gave me relief. The infrared heat was delivered to the palm area and quickly warmed up my hand, easing the aching. I didn't need to keep it on very long at any single time. ValueRays® Warm Mouse is an ergonomically designed two button mouse with a scroll wheel and is USB powered with a convenient on/off switch right on the cable for the infrared heat. Other features include:
  • Carbon fiber heating element
  • Warms the hand with a comfortable 99-104 degrees Farhenheit temperature
  • Uses a low voltage (5V) and is safe for people and the computer
  • Improved 800 DPI scrolling Heated Warm Mouse
  • Requires no drivers or software
  • Easy plug & play installation
  • ROHS & CE Certified
5-Piece Set for Cold HandsOther USB infrared heated products available in addition to the heated mouse include the Warm Mouse Pad, Warm Keyboard Pad and USB Mouse Hand Warmer®. Also available is a non USB Mouse Hand Warmer®.

Visiting the Learning Center, I learned a lot of interesting things about infrared heat and how it's used to provide relief for many diseases, such as arthritis. Infrared heat can also be used to help prevent the onset of such things as carpal tunnel. There is also a video overview of the products here.

Eventually, I'll probably end up using what Warm Mouse-Heated Keyboard calls their Designer Computer Mouse House, the trio of products that includes the Warm Mouse, Warm Mouse Pad and the Mouse Hand Warmer®(non USB). I can see where the different applications would be useful.

Warm Mouse-Heated Keyboard is sponsoring a giveaway for a ValueRays® Warm Mouse, a $29.95 value, to one lucky reader. Thank you Warm Mouse-Heated Keyboard.

Mandatory: Visit the Learning Center and leave a comment with the something you learned that's not mentioned in the review.

Extra entries (Leave separate comments for each entry. If it says 2 entries, leave 2 comments):

  • Sign up for USB Warm Gadgets News for 2 entries. Leave the email address used for the newsletter, if different from the one used for this giveaway.
  • Follow Warm_Mouse on Twitter for 2 entries, leave user name
  • Become a ValueRays® Facebook Fan for 2 entries, leave user name
  • Tweet this giveaway using: "RT @vlbsweeps Win a @Warm_Mouse ValueRays® Warm Mouse http://bit.ly/13ciUb" This can be done daily, leave the link to the tweet in your comment.
  • Blog about this giveaway with a link to this giveaway and to Warm Mouse-Heated Keyboard for 2 entries, leave direct link

This giveaway ends Saturday October 3,2009 11:59 PM Pacific Time.

Rules:
  • Open to those 18 years of age or older
  • Open to US residents
  • Entries are per person
  • Email must available in profile or be in comment
  • Winners chosen by random.org and notified by email
  • Winner has 72 hours from notification to claim, if prize is not claimed within 72 hours, an alternate winner will be chosen
  • The prize will be shipped by the sponsor
Opinions expressed are entirely my own and based on my use of the product. Individual results may vary.

103 comments:

  1. ar infrared is not visible to the eye, but you feel it as heat penetrating into your skin. The best example of far infrared is the sun (80% of the sun’s rays are infrared). You may be familiar with the infrared heat lamps sometimes used in saunas and bathrooms. Far infrared produces heat in a similar fashion, but it is much more effective because it penetrates the skin deeper.

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  2. listen to your body mverno@roadrunner.com

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  3. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can be alleviated with an ergonomic mouse pad!

    cav1129@gmail.com

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  4. I learned that the mouse can help if you have Reynaud's (which I do, cool). Thanks for the giveaway!

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  5. I subscribed to their newsletter (entry #2).

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  6. I follow Warm_Mouse on twitter (sunnyview99)!

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  7. I follow Warm_Mouse on twitter (sunnyview99)!

    Entry #2

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  8. I'm a fan of WarmMouse on facebook (Sunny View)!

    Entry #1

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  9. I'm a fan of WarmMouse on facebook (Sunny View)!

    Entry #2

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  10. I tweeted: http://twitter.com/sunnyview99/status/3937552056

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  11. I blogged: http://wut-givz.blogspot.com/2009/09/vickiebs-ramblings-valuerays-giveaway.html

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  12. I blogged: http://wut-givz.blogspot.com/2009/09/vickiebs-ramblings-valuerays-giveaway.html

    Entry #2

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  13. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is not a problem with the warm mouse.

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  14. THe mouse promotes healthy blood flow to the hand!

    Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

    Janna Johnson
    janna@FeedYourPigBlog.com
    jannajanna@hotmail.com
    www.FeedYourPigBlog.com

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  15. I learned that "Experts say hundreds of thousands of office workers are being disabled each year in an epidemic of motion-related damage to the hands and arms that is costing the nation many billions of dollars annually." Thanks!

    sphinxcw at aol dot com

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  16. 9/13/09 entry - I tweeted: http://twitter.com/sunnyview99/status/3956411941

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  17. I learned that the carbon fiber is what creates the infrared heat.

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  18. JeansandTs@hotmail.com
    I visited the Learning Center and learned that you can get a mouse pad that is warm AND has USB ports so you have them litterally right at your fingertips.

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  19. "Various essential oils and their different blends are very helpful in keep the blood circulation of the body correct." Interesting to know!

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  20. #1 Follow Warm_Mouse on Twitter @momof3dolls.

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  21. #2 Follow Warm_Mouse on Twitter @momof3dolls.

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  22. 9/14/09 - I tweeted: http://vickieb52.blogspot.com/2009/09/valuerays-warm-mouse-review-and.html

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  23. 9/15/09 - I tweeted: http://vickieb52.blogspot.com/2009/09/valuerays-warm-mouse-review-and.html

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  24. 9/16/09 - I tweeted: http://vickieb52.blogspot.com/2009/09/valuerays-warm-mouse-review-and.html

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  25. I love your contest. Found it on www.sweepsplay.com. Keep up the good work!

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  26. the mouse delivers infrared heat deep through the skin’s layers into the muscle tissue

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  27. 9/18/09 - I tweeted: http://twitter.com/sunnyview99/status/4090851975

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  28. I learned that cold mousing hand can be attributed to a number of medical factors, such as: Poor Circulation, Arthritis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Raynauds, DeQuervains, Tendonitis or Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.
    Thanks!
    Aimee
    sierranelsby (at) gmail (dot) com

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  29. I subscribed to the USB Warm Gadgets News...#1
    Thanks!
    Aimee
    sierranelsby (at) gmail (dot) com

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  30. I subscribed to the USB Warm Gadgets News...#2
    Thanks!
    Aimee
    sierranelsby (at) gmail (dot) com

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  31. I am following Warm_Mouse on Twitter (username: Nelsby)...#1
    Thanks!
    Aimee
    sierranelsby (at) gmail (dot) com

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  32. I am following Warm_Mouse on Twitter (username: Nelsby)...#2
    Thanks!
    Aimee
    sierranelsby (at) gmail (dot) co2

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  33. I am a Facebook fan of ValueRays® (Aimee Waerhouse)...#1
    Thanks!
    Aimee
    sierranelsby (at) gmail (dot) com

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  34. I am a Facebook fan of ValueRays® (Aimee Waerhouse)...#2
    Thanks!
    Aimee
    sierranelsby (at) gmail (dot) com

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  35. Tweet: http://twitter.com/Nelsby/status/4119204839
    Thanks!
    Aimee
    sierranelsby (at) gmail (dot) com

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  36. Daily Tweet: http://twitter.com/Nelsby/status/4154195869
    Thanks!
    Aimee
    sierranelsby (at) gmail (dot) com

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  37. Daily Tweet: http://twitter.com/Nelsby/status/4375820696
    Thanks!
    Aimee
    sierranelsby (at) gmail (dot) com

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  38. Daily Tweet: http://twitter.com/Nelsby/status/4408358392
    Thanks!
    Aimee
    sierranelsby (at) gmail (dot) com

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  39. Daily Tweet: http://twitter.com/Nelsby/status/4436478196
    Thanks!
    Aimee
    sierranelsby (at) gmail (dot) com

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  40. Daily Tweet: http://twitter.com/Nelsby/status/4463591260
    Thanks!
    Aimee
    sierranelsby (at) gmail (dot) com

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  41. I tweeted. http://twitter.com/scentednights/status/4483925267

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  42. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can be alleviated with an ergonomic mouse pad

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  43. Daily Tweet: http://twitter.com/Nelsby/status/4515218018
    Thanks!
    Aimee
    sierranelsby (at) gmail (dot) com

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  44. The mouse delivers infrared heat deep through the skin’s layers into the muscle tissue. I really need this because I broke a window in a car wreck with my fist. It really bothers me.

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  45. I learned that after "using a computer mouse in the same position, it's not uncommon for the mousing hand to get cold. This condition becomes chronic for the computer geek who sits for hours using a computer mouse." This TOTALLY explains why my right hand ALWAYS seems to be cold! And all this time I thought that it was just me!!

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  46. Tweeted at http://twitter.com/Cataroo/status/4530354251.

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  47. Daily Tweet: http://twitter.com/Nelsby/status/4535905021
    Thanks!
    Aimee
    sierranelsby (at) gmail (dot) com

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  48. The Warm-Mouse-Heated-Keyboard Online Store in partnership with ValueRays® advocates and supports online Forums as a healthy place for people to meet, chat about their experiences, and read about their medical conditions. is what I learned - one of the things...

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  49. According to the PC World Forum archives, the average computer user spends 7-10 hours per day using the computer. I'm probably a little above average, and I worry about developing carpal tunnel. Plus, we don't have central heat and in the winter, our computer room at home is freezing. A warm mouse would bring me a happy heart.

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  50. Do not leave the warm mouse turned-on when not in use. Like any other computer gadget, this is not a toy and should not be used by unsupervised children.

    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

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  51. USB Warm Gadgets News subscriber

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    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

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  52. USB Warm Gadgets News subscriber

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    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

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  53. Follow Warm_Mouse on Twitter as kngmckellar

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    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

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  54. Follow Warm_Mouse on Twitter as kngmckellar

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    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

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  55. ValueRays® Facebook Fan -gloria mckellar

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    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

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  56. ValueRays® Facebook Fan -gloria mckellar

    #2

    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

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  57. http://twitter.com/kngmckellar/status/4582737380

    tweeted
    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

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  58. http://kngmckellar-glorias.blogspot.com/2009/10/httpvickieb52blogspotcom200909valuerays.html

    blogged
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    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

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  59. http://kngmckellar-glorias.blogspot.com/2009/10/httpvickieb52blogspotcom200909valuerays.html

    blogged #2
    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

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  60. I learned that the infra-red helps warm your muscle tissue.

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  61. tweeted http://twitter.com/ThriftyJinxy/status/4583334200

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  62. I'm following warm mouse on Twitter. (My Twitter name is @ThriftyJinxy)

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  63. I'm following warm mouse on Twitter. (My Twitter name is @ThriftyJinxy) - #2

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  64. Using a warm mouse,helps people with arthritis. It relieves some of their pain.

    keepontryin2000@yahoo.com

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  65. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can be alleviated with an ergonomic mouse pad!

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  66. It promotes healthy blood flow to your hand!


    THANK YOU SO MUCH! :D atraditionalsurro at comcast dot net

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  67. I learned that the Warm Mouse was invented and patented in China.

    noggysnotes[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  68. Infrared heat is an excellent source of healing energy. I have cold hands approximately 70% of the time, this product will definately help me.

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  69. Subscribed to usb warm gadgets news vickers_73460@yahoo.com

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  70. Carpal tunnel syndrome usually manifests in numbness or tingling in your hand, which may sometimes wake you up at night. You might experience clumsiness in handling objects or feel a pain that goes up the arm as high as your shoulder.

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  71. 1 following WARM MOUSE on twitter klp1965

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  72. 2 following WARM MOUSE on twitter klp1965

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  73. 1 valuerays fan on facebook kathylpease

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  74. 2 valuerays fan on facebook kathylpease

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  75. http://twitter.com/klp1965/status/4593075410

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  76. Daily Tweet: http://twitter.com/Nelsby/status/4594509233
    Thanks!
    Aimee
    sierranelsby (at) gmail (dot) com

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  77. I learned that is good for people with Raynaud's Cold Hands

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  78. Signed up for USB Warm Gadgets News no.1

    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

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  79. Signed up for USB Warm Gadgets News no.2

    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

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  80. follow warm mouse on twitter no.1

    ardy22

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  81. follow warm mouse on twitter no.2

    ardy22

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  82. ValueRays® Facebook Fan no.1

    rich hicks

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  83. ValueRays® Facebook Fan no.2

    rich hicks

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  84. tweeted

    http://twitter.com/Ardy22/status/4596340302

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  85. The mouse delivers infrared heat deep through the skin’s layers into the muscle tissue.

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  86. It is good for carpal tunnel syndrome.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  87. I signed up for USB Warm Gadgets News.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  88. 2. I signed up for USB Warm Gadgets News
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  89. I follow them on twitter. (donnak4)
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  90. 2.I follow them on twitter. (donnak4)
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  91. I learned the Warm Mouse is good for you if you have tendonitis

    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

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  92. Signed up for USB Warm Gadgets News

    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

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  93. Signed up for USB Warm Gadgets News #2

    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

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  94. Following Warm_Mouse on Twitter (Swtlilchick)#1

    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

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  95. Following Warm_Mouse on Twitter (Swtlilchick)#2

    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

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  96. Became a ValueRays® Facebook Fan (Charlene Kuser)
    #1

    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

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  97. Became a ValueRays® Facebook Fan (Charlene Kuser)
    #2

    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

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  98. Tweet:Swtlilchick
    http://twitter.com/Swtlilchick/status/4597493971

    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

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  99. They offer USA FREE SHIPPING within the 48 contiguous United States and no Sales Tax worldwide.

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  100. I'm following Warm_Mouse on twitter as yadgirl.

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