Primo's Water Dispenser offers instant access to ice cold, piping hot, and room temperature purified water with the touch of a button. Enjoy a cool refreshing glass of water or prepare your favorite hot or chilled beverages, soups or oatmeal with ease. Bottled water is stored conveniently inside the cabinet so there’s no need for lifting bottles. The empty bottle indicator lets you know when it's time for a new bottle of water. The dispenser's stylish black and stainless steel accents complement the decor of nearly any room in your home or workplace. Its child safety latch and night light ensure peace of mind and the stainless steel drip tray is dishwasher safe for effortless cleaning. This dispenser uses 3-5-gallon bottles, and its Energy Star rating keeps electricity usage to a minimum. For use with great-tasting Primo Water!
The Pangea cords get great reviews relative to their cost. And that's excluding the cheesy testimonials in the catalogs. The new AC9 with the Cardas wire may be a good buy?
Only by way of convenience, did I find the dubious Mapleshade power cord an improvement to the already fine HP.
Easily noticeable change in more realistic sounding bass and "the veil" lifted over the entire sonic spectrum. Even the . noticed. If she can tell, then I'm on to something. This was the finding after also trying a Signal Cable(Magic Power Cord)budget model. I didn't notice any difference from the stock factory cord.
A recent call to Mapleshade confirmed it is no longer available only because of a new model coming out soon. I just may check it out.
The power cord came with a modded CD deck purchased years ago. Because of its fragile nature,I replaced it WITH a Pangea AC14SE and did notice a subtle downgrade in overall sonics. Since my primary source is a table, I left it there.
As with ANY cable, YMMV