3dRose fl_157497_1 Happy Chanukah with Menorahs and Bow Garden Flag, 12 by 18-Inch

Happy Chanukah With Menorahs and Bow Flag is a creative way to celebrate all year round by adding a little bit of color and fun. Made of 100-Percent single-ply semi-opaque polyester with the image printed on one side; a lighter image will be visible on the backside. Hang using a pole, on the wall, ceiling, banister and door or anywhere you feel the need to add a splash of color. Hanging hardware/pole not included.

Product Features

  • Overall dimension (in Inch): 12 x 18; image size (in Inch): 10 x 10
  • Made of 100-Percent single-ply semi-opaque polyester
  • Image is printed on one side; with a lighter image visible on the backside
  • Suitable for hanging from a flag pole (8mm in diameter); on a wall; ceiling; banisters or doors
  • Hanging hardware/pole not included

 

Burt’s Bees Essential Burt’s Bees Kit (1 Boxed Gift Set -New Holiday Packaging)

What’s essential this time of year? Friends, family and spending time together. Show your friends and family how important they are to you with our Essential Burt’s Bees Kit, a perfect sampler of ways to love their skin more naturally this year.

• Benefits:
-Cleanses and nourishes skin with an array of wholesome, natural products.

• Includes:
-Naturally Nourishing Milk & Honey Body Lotion (1 oz.)
-Hand Salve (.3 oz.)
-Soap Bark & Chamomile Deep Cleansing Cream (.75 oz.)
-Coconut Foot Cream (.75 oz.)
-Beeswax Lip Balm (.15 oz.)

Product Features

  • Benefits: -Cleanses and nourishes skin with an array of wholesome, natural products.
  • 5-Piece Boxed Gift Set Contains:
  • Naturally Nourishing Milk & Honey Body Lotion (1 oz.)
  • Soap Bark & Chamomile Deep Cleansing Cream (.75 oz.)
  • Hand Salve (.3 oz.) Coconut Foot Cream (.75 oz.) Beeswax Lip Balm (.15 oz.)

 

Divergent

In Beatrice Prior’s dystopian Chicago world, society is divided into five factions, each dedicated to the cultivation of a particular virtue—Candor (the honest), Abnegation (the selfless), Dauntless (the brave), Amity (the peaceful), and Erudite (the intelligent). On an appointed day of every year, all sixteen-year-olds must select the faction to which they will devote the rest of their lives. For Beatrice, the decision is between staying with her family and being who she really is—she can’t have both. So she makes a choice that surprises everyone, including herself.

During the highly competitive initiation that follows, Beatrice renames herself Tris and struggles alongside her fellow initiates to live out the choice they have made. Together they must undergo extreme physical tests of endurance and intense psychological simulations, some with devastating consequences. As initiation transforms them all, Tris must determine who her friends really are—and where, exactly, a romance with a sometimes fascinating, sometimes exasperating boy fits into the life she’s chosen. But Tris also has a secret, one she’s kept hidden from everyone because she’s been warned it can mean death. And as she discovers unrest and growing conflict that threaten to unravel her seemingly perfect society, she also learns that her secret might help her save those she loves . . . or it might destroy her.

Debut author Veronica Roth bursts onto the YA scene with the first book in the Divergent series—dystopian thrillers filled with electrifying decisions, heartbreaking betrayals, stunning consequences, and unexpected romance.

A Q&A with Author Veronica Roth

Q: What advice would you offer to young aspiring writers, who long to live a success story like your own?

Roth: One piece of advice I have is: Want something else more than success. Success is a lovely thing, but your desire to say something, your worth, and your identity shouldn’t rely on it, because it’s not guaranteed and it’s not permanent and it’s not sufficient. So work hard, fall in love with the writing—the characters, the story, the words, the themes—and make sure that you are who you are regardless of your life circumstances. That way, when the good things come, they don’t warp you, and when the bad things hit you, you don’t fall apart.

Q: You’re a young author–is it your current adult perspective or not-so-recent teenage perspective that brought about the factions in the development of this story? Do you think that teens or adults are more likely to fit into categories in our current society?

Roth: Other aspects of my identity have more to do with the factions than my age. The faction system reflects my beliefs about human nature—that we can make even something as well-intentioned as virtue into an idol, or an evil thing. And that virtue as an end unto itself is worthless to us. I did spend a large portion of my adolescence trying to be as “good” as possible so that I could prove my worth to the people around me, to myself, to God, to everyone. It’s only now that I’m a little older that I realize I am unable to be truly “good” and that it’s my reasons for striving after virtue that need adjustment more than my behavior. In a sense, Divergent is me writing through that realization—everyone in Beatrice’s society believes that virtue is the end, the answer. I think that’s a little twisted.

I think we all secretly love and hate categories—love to get a firm hold on our identities, but hate to be confined—and I never loved and hated them more than when I was a teenager. That said: Though we hear a lot about high school cliques, I believe that adults categorize each other just as often, just in subtler ways. It is a dangerous tendency of ours. And it begins in adolescence.

Q: If you could add one more faction to the world within Divergent, what would it be?

Roth: I tried to construct the factions so that they spanned a wide range of virtues. Abnegation, for example, includes five of the traditional “seven heavenly virtues:” chastity, temperance, charity, patience, and humility. That said, it would be interesting to have a faction centered on industriousness, in which diligence and hard work are valued most, and laziness is not allowed. They would be in constant motion, and would probably be happy to take over for the factionless. And hard-working people can certainly take their work too far, as all the factions do with their respective virtues. I’m not sure what they would wear, though. Overalls, probably.

Q: What do you think are the advantages, if any, to the society you’ve created in Divergent?

Roth: All the advantages I see only seem like advantages to me because I live in our current society. For example, the members of their society don’t focus on certain things: race, religion, sexual orientation, political affiliation, etc. I mean, a world in which you look different from the majority and no one minds? That sounds good to me. But when I think about it more, I realize that they’re doing the exact same thing we do, but with different criteria by which to distinguish ourselves from others. Instead of your skin color, it’s the color of your shirt that people assess, or the results of your aptitude test. Same problem, different system.

Q: What book are you currently reading and how has it changed you, if at all?

Roth: I recently finished Imaginary Girls by Nova Ren Suma, which I would call “contemporary with a paranormal twist,” or something to that effect. It’s about a girl whose sister has a powerful kind of magnetism within the confines of a particular town, and how their love for each other breaks some things apart and puts other things back together. It was refreshing to read a young adult book that is about sisterhood instead of romance. It’s one of those books that makes you love a character and then hate a character and then love them again—that shows you that people aren’t all good or all bad, but somewhere in between. Imaginary Girls gave me a lot to think about, and the writing was lovely, which I always love to see.

A Q&A with Author Veronica Roth

Q: What advice would you offer to young aspiring writers, who long to live a success story like your own?

Roth: One piece of advice I have is: Want something else more than success. Success is a lovely thing, but your desire to say something, your worth, and your identity shouldn’t rely on it, because it’s not guaranteed and it’s not permanent and it’s not sufficient. So work hard, fall in love with the writing—the characters, the story, the words, the themes—and make sure that you are who you are regardless of your life circumstances. That way, when the good things come, they don’t warp you, and when the bad things hit you, you don’t fall apart.

Q: You’re a young author–is it your current adult perspective or not-so-recent teenage perspective that brought about the factions in the development of this story? Do you think that teens or adults are more likely to fit into categories in our current society?

Roth: Other aspects of my identity have more to do with the factions than my age. The faction system reflects my beliefs about human nature—that we can make even something as well-intentioned as virtue into an idol, or an evil thing. And that virtue as an end unto itself is worthless to us. I did spend a large portion of my adolescence trying to be as “good” as possible so that I could prove my worth to the people around me, to myself, to God, to everyone. It’s only now that I’m a little older that I realize I am unable to be truly “good” and that it’s my reasons for striving after virtue that need adjustment more than my behavior. In a sense, Divergent is me writing through that realization—everyone in Beatrice’s society believes that virtue is the end, the answer. I think that’s a little twisted.

I think we all secretly love and hate categories—love to get a firm hold on our identities, but hate to be confined—and I never loved and hated them more than when I was a teenager. That said: Though we hear a lot about high school cliques, I believe that adults categorize each other just as often, just in subtler ways. It is a dangerous tendency of ours. And it begins in adolescence.

Q: If you could add one more faction to the world within Divergent, what would it be?

Roth: I tried to construct the factions so that they spanned a wide range of virtues. Abnegation, for example, includes five of the traditional “seven heavenly virtues:” chastity, temperance, charity, patience, and humility. That said, it would be interesting to have a faction centered on industriousness, in which diligence and hard work are valued most, and laziness is not allowed. They would be in constant motion, and would probably be happy to take over for the factionless. And hard-working people can certainly take their work too far, as all the factions do with their respective virtues. I’m not sure what they would wear, though. Overalls, probably.

Q: What do you think are the advantages, if any, to the society you’ve created in Divergent?

Roth: All the advantages I see only seem like advantages to me because I live in our current society. For example, the members of their society don’t focus on certain things: race, religion, sexual orientation, political affiliation, etc. I mean, a world in which you look different from the majority and no one minds? That sounds good to me. But when I think about it more, I realize that they’re doing the exact same thing we do, but with different criteria by which to distinguish ourselves from others. Instead of your skin color, it’s the color of your shirt that people assess, or the results of your aptitude test. Same problem, different system.

Q: What book are you currently reading and how has it changed you, if at all?

Roth: I recently finished Imaginary Girls by Nova Ren Suma, which I would call “contemporary with a paranormal twist,” or something to that effect. It’s about a girl whose sister has a powerful kind of magnetism within the confines of a particular town, and how their love for each other breaks some things apart and puts other things back together. It was refreshing to read a young adult book that is about sisterhood instead of romance. It’s one of those books that makes you love a character and then hate a character and then love them again—that shows you that people aren’t all good or all bad, but somewhere in between. Imaginary Girls gave me a lot to think about, and the writing was lovely, which I always love to see.

 

Christmas/Birthday Gift Onebook Blue Kid Tab 7″ Tablet PC Android 4.1 MID 4GB Dual Camera Wifi External 3G for Children

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1) We are a seller from China and the shipping usually takes 10-15 working days

2) Offer 7 days unconditional return(Non-artificial damage factors)

30 days free replacement(Non-artificial damage factors

90 days free repair( Non-artificial damage factors

If customer want to return it because you do not like it or some other subjective factors, customer need to cover the return postage.

Thanks for your time and wish a happy shopping!

Special designed for Children Kid

with games installed

FACTORY DIRECT SALES: We are a Consumers electronics manufacturer. We offer lowest price on Amazon to get volume sales.

FULLY TESTED:Our QC team will test your tablet before getting it ready for dispatch.

Highlights:

– Android 4.1 Jelly Bean will provide you exciting android experience with the compatibility of newest apps and games in the market

– The New A13 Cortex CPU and flash player 11.1 gives amazing performance and will never let you down.

-Dual Camera 0.3 Mega pixels camera

– We’re using the A+ Capacitive Screen for this model. What you need is to touch the screen lightly and it will WORK perfectly! It’s so easy to use. And the durability is much better than many others.

– You can stay connected via any WIFI covered area, or use a 3G USB dongle/modem or Lan extension by a RJ adaptor.

Package includes:

– 7″ Onebook Children Tablet Computer

– White Keyboard Case

– US Mains Charger

– USB Cable

– OTG Cable

– User Manual

– Capacitive Stylus Pen

Product Features

  • More safe with silicon protection case for the tablet
  • Android 4.1 – Full Google Play Store – Tons of Apps to Download
  • Dual Camera 0.3 MP Front & Back
  • Ultra slim, light design
  • Support multiple preschool learning platform, good gift for children

 

Yazilind Jewelry Vintage Rimous Turquoise Round Pendant Collar Necklace Earrings Set Alloy Ethnic Gift Idea

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Service:We strive to put our hundred percent to resolve your issues and delight you .

Product Features

  • Can be used to match it with dress or party or as gift to friend
  • Necklace Diameter Length:6in ;item weight:70
  • You can wear it in any occasions and it makes you eye catching
  • Christmas decorations,wedding decorations party necessary
  • It will take 10-15 bussiness days arrival in USA . Please choose the suitable shipping as needed , please ignore the Amazon shipping time .

 

Baileys Irish Cream Liquor Filled Chocolates Turin Christmas Hanukkah Holiday Gift Container Present 1 Pound 1.16 Ounces

Baileys Irish Cream Liquor Filled Chocolates Turin Christmas Hanukkah Holiday Gift Container Present 1 Pound 1.16 Ounces

Product Features

  • Baileys Irish Cream Liquor Filled Chocolates Turin Holiday Gift Container Present
  • Each order has approximately 48 individually wrapped pieces of delicious Bailey’s Irish Cream liquor filled chocolates
  • Makes a great holiday gift or great for any time at all
  • 1 Pound 1.16 Ounces

 

Polar FT4 Heart Rate Monitor Watch (Silver / Black)

FT4 Heart Rate Monitor

FT4 Heart Rate Monitor

Easy to Use

Easy to use

Includes comfortable fabric chest strap
for accurate, continuous heart rate.
For best results, thoroughly moisten
the chest strap with water prior to workout.

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FT4 Heart Rate Monitor

The FT4 heart rate monitor helps you exercise smarter with its easy-to-use heart rate based features. Perfect for active exercisers who want to track their intensity and calories burned during any activity.

Exercise Guidance

Continuously displays your real-time heart rate during exercise. With this information you can gauge your intensity and stay within your target zone to maximize your workout. It’s like a personal trainer on your wrist telling you when to slow down or speed up.

Accurate Calorie Burn

Tracks your intensity and calories burned during any activity, even playing with children and swimming.

Stay Motivated and Reach Your Fitness Goals

Removes the guess work from your workout. After each workout, the FT4 will display a training summary with your average and max heart rate and calories burned. In addition, it keeps track of your last ten workouts so you can see your fitness improvements and stay motivated to reach your goals.

Key Features

• Continuous, accurate heart rate

• Average and maximum heart rate of training

• Automatic age-based target zone – bpm / %

• Smart Calorie feature uses your personal data to provide accurate calories burned

• Includes heart rate chest strap made of soft fabric material that adapts to your body shape. Requires and includes chest strap for accurate heart rate

• 10 training files (with summaries and totals)

• Backlight

• User replaceable battery and water resistant (30m)

• Connects with compatible gym equipment using GymLink (5kHz coded transmission)

• Time of day (12/24h) with alarm and snooze

In The Box

FT4 heart rate monitor

H1 heart rate sensor

FT4 Getting Started Guide

Easy to Use

1) Enter basic settings

2) Thoroughly moisten the H1 heart rate chest strap with water, snap on the transmitter and wrap around your chest

3) Start your workout. * Tip: it is best to stand away from others when starting the heart rate monitor.

4) To extend the battery life of your H1 chest strap transmitter be sure to detach the sensor from the chest strap and rinse after each use

H1 Heart Rate Chest Strap Sensor

H1 heart rate chest strap sensor

Includes the comfortable H1 heart rate chest strap. The chest strap sensor (also called transmitter) streams continuous, accurate heart rate to the FT4 wrist unit.

• Soft fabric materials adapt to your body shape so you forget it’s even on

• Convenient side hook mechanism makes it quick to put on when you want to start training and easy to take off when you’re finished

• Coded heart rate transmission to avoid cross-talk with other heart rate monitors

• Bring it to the gym. Its 5kHz coded transmission will show your heart rate on compatible gym equipment

• Hand washable

• User-replaceable battery

• Strap material: 38% Polyamide, 29% Polyurethane, 20% Elastane, 13% Polyester

*Tip: after each workout, detach H1 transmitter, rinse the strap with water and hang dry.

Smart Training Starts Here

Smart Training Starts Here

Polar invented the world’s first heart rate monitor and pioneered the Smart Coaching training approach that delivers faster progress and better results. Each Polar product includes unique Smart Coaching features that listen to your heart and interpret the data for you so you can train smarter.

 

FT4 heart rate monitor Smart Coaching features
FT4 heart rate monitor Smart Coaching features:
Smart Calories

Lets you know exactly how many calories you’ve burned.

How Heart Rate Training Works

How Heart Rate Training Works

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When you train, you don’t always have to go faster or harder to get the best results. To reach your goals you just need to listen to your heart rate and train at the right intensity.

During training, there are specific intensity zones, each with a benefit.  These zones are based on a percentage of your maximum heart rate- a number calculated by most Polar heart rate monitors. While training you can use your max heart rate to calculate and follow the recommended zones below. Training in the right zone will help you stay on track to reach your goals.

Zone 1 “Very Light” 50-60%: Improves overall health and helps recovery. Recommended for weight management and active recovery.

Zone 2 “Light” 60-70%: Improves basic endurance and fat burning. Recommended for everybody for longer and frequently repeated short exercises.

Zone 3 “Moderate” 70-80%: Improves aerobic fitness. Recommended for everybody for moderately long exercises.

Zone 4 “Hard” 80-90%: Increases maximum performance capacity. Recommended for everybody for shorter exercises.

Zone 5 “Maximum” 90-100%: Develops maximum performance and speed. Recommended for fit people and athletic training.

(Calculate your Maximum Heart Rate: 200 – Your Age= Maximum Heart Rate.)

Recommended Accessory

H7 heart rate sensor Bluetooth Smart
H7 heart rate sensor Bluetooth Smart

A combo heart rate sensor that provides real-time, accurate heart rate to your mobile training app, including Polar Beat. The H7 also connects to many Polar products as well as compatible gym equipment.

Comparison Chart

FT4FT7FT60
Watch Functionality YesYesYes
Continuous Heart Rate – BPM / %YesYesYes
Water Resistant (will work in the water)YesYesYes
High & Low Target HR Zone w/ AlarmYesYesYes
OwnZone – personal heart rate zone   Yes
EnergyPointer  Yes 
Fat Burn % YesYes
Calories Burned YesYesYes
Training Files 1099100
Downloads to polarpersonaltrainer.com  Yes (w/Flowlink)
sold separately
Yes (w/Flowlink)
sold separately
Fitness Test  Yes
STAR Training Program   Yes

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Polar Customer Care

Purchasing a Polar product is only the start of your experience with us. We’ll be there to provide training advice and assistance and help you get the most out of your new product.

Product Features

  • Provides continuous, accurate heart rate to keep your fitness training simple
  • Smart Calorie feature uses your personal data to provide accurate calories burned
  • Includes heart rate chest strap made of soft fabric material that adapts to your body shape. Requires and includes chest strap for accurate heart rate
  • User replaceable battery and water resistant (30m)
  • Connects with compatible gym equipment using GymLink