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I did not purchase anything but a set of 4 plastic, Walmart headbands--deciding to only use whatever materials I had in my craft supplies. Once I got home, I was pleasantly surprised with what I had to work with: a hot glue gun with glue sticks, 2 scrap pieces of black material, black and purple beads, red decorative trim, ribbons, floral wire and pliers, needle and thread, and of course, my creative energy!














The other three models are more expensive, even more stylish and also come with shiatsu massage on the back. Again, I found the massage to be rather disappointing. This was only because I've had an excellent shiatsu massage from a Sanyo massage chair, which was many times better, but the price of the Sanyo is also many times the price of the HoMedics AntiGravity.

The HoMedics eLounger looks more like a massage chair you'd expect. It retails for between around $500 and $800 depending on which model you choose. It's more sophisticated in technology than the AntiGravity model. You get modes of kneading, tapping, kneading and tapping and rolling. There are 3 programmed sessions - Full, Upper and Lower Back - that are approximately 15 minutes in length. This mdel is in direct competition with the iJoy massage chair range, and quite frankly I think it's better. Its styling is better than the iJoy as is its upholstery, control panel and - although a subjective comment - I prefer the administered massage.

The case opens to reveal two side by side trays, an additional hidden folding tray that can be used as a traveling piece and spacious wells. The lid includes a leather-framed mirror and pendant hooks with pouch, and the box accommodates rings, earrings, pendants and larger pieces. Priced at sổ tay tphcm in sổ tay theo yêu cầu but available on sale at $59.95, it is an exceptional value and sure to be appreciated by a fortunate graduate.

So, would I buy it? No; instead, I might consider the last of the 3 HoMedics shiatsu massage chairs; the Scandinavian and ottoman. It retails for around $550 and looks very stylish with its leather book upholstery and wood arms and legs. It has the following modes; kneading, rolling, tapping and kneading and tapping combined. As well as a full program massage, you can select a partial one (focusing on a 4" range area of your body) or spot (focusing on just one spot for kneading or kneading and tapping). There are 3 intensities of low, medium and high and 3 speeds.

First up is the HoMedics AntiGravity massage recliner chair. The company prattles on about NASA astronauts and so forth in its advertising, but what is basically meant by the term 'antigravity', is that when fully reclined your feet are slightly above your head. This position has been shown to help improve circulation and most find it a quite relaxing position to be in. There are four models to choose from, the AG-2101, AG-3000, AG-3001 and AG-3000. The AG-2101 is the cheapest. It comes with ten motors and produces a vibrating massage. There are 8 programs to select from - none of which I found to be very inspiring - and 3 speeds. I don't rate the massage but I like that the chair comes with heat in the lower lumbar region. I also its overall styling; sleek and contemporary.

So Hobos, satchels and totes are the must have for this fall 2009. Corduroy and leather are the top materials that these bags are made of for this year's latest trend bags. Look hot and fabulous carrying your tote throughout the city while dining out or catching a ride to work.