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Mini Cup Car For Sale
- mini cup
- The Mini-Cup is a small home-made racer-class sailboat, built to specifications published in Popular Science magazine in 1978.
- A smaller than usual cup with Turkish style cymbals. See Anatomy of a cymbal
- for sale
- For Sale is the fifth album by German pop band Fool's Garden, released in 2000.
- purchasable: available for purchase; "purchasable goods"; "many houses in the area are for sale"
- For Sale is a tour EP by Say Anything. It contains 3 songs from …Is a Real Boy and 2 additional b-sides that were left off the album.
- A road vehicle, typically with four wheels, powered by an internal combustion engine and able to carry a small number of people
- A railroad <em>car</em> of a specified kind
- a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine; "he needs a car to get to work"
- a wheeled vehicle adapted to the rails of railroad; "three cars had jumped the rails"
- the compartment that is suspended from an airship and that carries personnel and the cargo and the power plant
- A vehicle that runs on rails, esp. a railroad <em>car</em>
The BRITAX BOULEVARD 70 Convertible Car Seat achieves optimum head safety through the combination of BRITAX SafeCell Technology, integrated steel bars, and a Versa-Tether, which work together to minimize head excursion and reduce the risk of head injury during a frontal impact. It also features easy installation, True Side Impact Protection, and innovative details for your child’s comfort and safety. The seat fits children in the rear-facing position from 5 to 40 pounds, and children in the forward-facing position starting at one year old and 20 pounds, up to 70 pounds.
BOULEVARD 70 (Onyx)
Convertible Car Seat
At a Glance:
Age/Weight Requirements: In rear-
facing position, fits children weighing 5 – 40 pounds; in forward-facing position, fits children 1+ years old weighing 20 – 70 pounds
Available in (from left to right):
Cowmooflage, Onyx, Paisley, and Riviera.
Safety features include SafeCell Technology and True Side Impact Protection.
Comfort features include dual recline positions and high-density comfort foam.
(Shown here in Paisley.) View larger.
BRITAX 360 Degree Protection
The BRITAX BOULEVARD 70 features technologies that work to minimize injury to your child during a crash from any direction, including both frontal and side impact crashes – the most frequent types of crashes. These technologies work together with other features on the car seat to minimize injury to your child during a crash by:
keeping your child in the vehicle,
diverting crash forces away from your child,
helping to slow down your child’s body,
minimizing movement of your child, and
protecting your child’s brain and spinal cord.
SafeCell Technology for Advanced Head Safety
Designed with SafeCell Technology, the BOULEVARD 70 features SafeCells, which are engineered structures located in the base of the seat designed to compress in the event of a crash. This compression significantly lowers the center of gravity and counteracts the forward rotation of the car seat, delivering unprecedented performance in a crash.
The BOULEVARD 70 also features integrated steel bars, which strengthen the connection to the vehicle and reduce the forward flexing of the car seat. In addition, the energy-absorbing Versa-Tether anchors the top of the car seat and minimizes forward rotation of the car seat to reduce the crash forces that can reach your child if an accident occurs. These three features work together as a system to provide revolutionary head safety protection for your child.
True Side Impact Protection for Advanced Security
Offering True Side Impact Protection, the BOULEVARD 70 delivers advanced protection if you happen to face an unexpected side-impact crash. True Side Impact Protection is a system composed of a rigid seat shell with deep side walls, an adjustable head restraint, and an extra layer of energy-absorbing EPP (Expanded Polypropylene) foam lining the head restraint. These combined features work together to protect your child’s head and chest from incoming side-impact crash forces by distributing the forces over a larger surface area, helping shield your child from vehicle intrusion, contain your child’s head and body in the seat, and minimize side-to-side movement of your child’s head.
Premium Fit and Comfort Features
Whether children are watching the world go by or snuggling in for a nap, they’ll enjoy that the BOULEVARD 70 reclines in both the forward and rear positions. And thanks to additional features, which include high-density comfort foam and a plush cover set with matching belly pad, they’ll always ride in style and comfort. A 70-pound weight capacity, two buckle positions, and a tangle-free five-point harness with ten harness height settings provide a snug, custom fit for your growing child. Plus, an optional Infant Positioning Insert (sold separately) allows you to properly and securely fit smaller infants into the car seat.
Ease-of-Use for Safety and Convenience
Packed with perks for parents, the BOULEVARD 70 makes it easy to secure your child in the proper position without guesswork. Premium lower LATCH connectors make for a quick, simple, and tight installation, while the push-button allows you to easily uninstall the connectors. Easy-to-access built-in lock-offs allow you to install the car seat with ease using your vehicle’s lap and shoulder belt. The quick-adjust harness system and buckle allow you to reposition the harness height without disassembling the harness straps.
Additionally, an anti-slip contoured base grips and protects the vehicle seat, ensuring a tight installation in all types of vehicles. Convenient holders keep harness straps out of the way when you’re placing your child in the seat, and the plush cover set with matching pads removes easily for cleaning without requiring you to disassemble or uninstall the car seat.
The BRITAX BOULEVARD 70 Convertible Car Seat is backed by a one-year limited warranty.
What’s in the Box
One BRITAX BOULEVARD 70 Convertible Car Seat and manual.
In 2008, I had started working full time at Hemisphere Engineering. Flush with cash and the world all ahead of me, I decided to cross something off my list that I’ve dreamt of since I was in Junior High. I went to Europe. I was lucky enough that a good friend and colleague, Tiffany was available in Paris, and was up for it as well. So within two weeks of coming up with the idea in March, I planned to leave in May to embark on my adventure.
Even today, I still get goosebumps thinking about how awesome an adventure it was. Upon coming home, the reality of working life had set in too. Driving the van to work every day was all well and good, but it felt irresponsible to drive an entire minivan just to go to work, so I set off to find myself a new vehicle. It had to be the following things, in the order of importance:
1. An accurate representation of myself.
#1 meant that it had to be versatile, spacious, had to have room for golf clubs and mountain bikes in the summer, and snowboards in the winter. It had to have a great sound system for blasting tunes. And it had to be stylish in a unique way.
#2 kept my budget from really skyrocketing (which would prove to be a blessing as I’m just about all paid up on Squirt), the cap was $30,000. This cap left me with the following choices: A Mini Cooper, a Volkwagen GTI, and if I splurged a bit more, a Toyota FJ Cruiser.
#3 is well, you know haha.
Given my choices, I sat in a Yaris, it felt too cramped. And how the heck would I fit anything?? Next was a Versa — well it’s just a bit bigger than a Yaris, and it just looks odd. How about a Toyota Tacoma? Roomy, rugged, but wow what an expensive truck. The Ridgeline was the worst of both the Tacoma and the Yaris — expensive and cramped.
Someone mentioned for me to get a Civic, and I scoffed at them. A Civic?! Please. Don’t be ridiculous. The GTI was wrought with electrical issues, and the Mini Cooper was way too much money for not enough turbocharging haha. And plus my Dad had a Mini Cooper S if I ever felt the need for speed.
And then the most curious thing happened at the Honda Dealership. I saw this little Mini…Minivan. Some said it was egg shaped. Some said it was a miniature version of a Minivan. But I sat in it. Roomy! Fit 5 people (unlike the Yaris back then), I even sat in the back, it was rather comfortable! It had 6 cup holders which I found hilarious since there were only 5 seats. And then, the sales person showed me how easy it was to fold down the seats. Now fold up the seats to reveal the entire second row gave you tall space for a mountain bike. Or fold the seats down flat for golf bags, snowboards.
Looking through the brochure, a Sports package would get me a full on sound system complete with all the speakers I could need, and Paddle Shifters!! How cool was that?! I got a Sport mode allowing me to take the car into a Shift-tronic sport mode! The Aero kit styling was subtle, but slick, I liked that. The window was so expansive, like I could see all around me. And at 30-40 miles to the gallon, this little machine barely drank gas.
I knew it the moment I saw the seats go down.
So not even a month after I got back from Europe, and after some initial trouble with a terrible dealership (I ended up going to Millwoods Honda, much better IMO), I took my car home.
But he needed a name! I had chosen White since it was a unique colour that not everyone would have like the blues and silvers of the world. So I contemplated Sharkie (pearly white from Frank Sinatra’s "Mack the Knife"), I even considered the typical girls’ names. But y’know what, I knew in my heart he was a dude, and he was like a little Bro to me. Like my Wingman, my Sidekick. I knew that we’d have a long and illustrious bond that would never be severed. For some reason, within days, I was driving, and the name "Squirt" came to mind. The kind of nickname that you’d give to your little brother who wanted to play in your baseball game. I didn’t like it. In fact, I tried coming up with different S names.
Then one day, I was driving Renee home, and I was talking about my car, and inadvertently called it "Squirt" out of Freudian slip. When I told her the story of his name, she said, "you can’t name it a guy’s name, it’s gotta be a girl’s name!"
But it was done, I knew it in my heart, his name was Squirt. He was my little Bro, a car like no other, stylish in his own way, economical but always versatile. Able to accommodate anything, and help with everything, I knew this was it.
Name: Squirt Marshmallow
Date of Birth: June 20, 2008 2:15PM
Born to: Me
Place of Birth: Nippon, Japan
Delivery Site: Millwoods Honda
Siblings: Smurfie (my Dad’s blue Mini Cooper S) and Jai Jai (my Sister’s Subaru WRX).
dogs, or confronting bayonet-wielding foes in a glorious American Revolution battle. All this righteous creative visualization kept me shooting but hardly put a dent in the tsunami of revulsion and sadness I felt. Every hideous shot drove home the extent of my naievety, of the profound mismatch between my casual lifelong concept of guns versus the ear-splitting, gut-puncturing, charred-flesh-smelling utterly destructive reality of actual gunfire the way it can only be understood when it’s eminating from one’s own hands. Guns have one function. They’re precision-engineered to efficently rip through flesh, to destroy life. It’s not that destroying life doesn’t have a time and a place. But where’s the gravity? The reverence for the profundity of what death is, for the value of life? I’d mean I’d love to report that this joint is patronized by sober-minded hunters and humble patriots. But it seems like something else was going on, not least because Mach 5s are on display like Reese’s Cup
s. Semi-automatics with ‘On Sale!’ tags. Guns-R-Us. I wouldn’t feel this sense of shock and disproportion if this were Beirut circa ’82 or the Ottoman Empire circa 1913 or even a cattle farm in Texas circa yesterday. But this is Palm Beach, Florida, 2009. There are no wolves attacking our cattle. We can procure food at Trader Joe’s. It’s as though our collective GunLove(tm) gets more and more fetishy and f*cked up the further it gets away from its original utilitarian function.
I’ll never hear a Biggie Smalls rap the same way again.
Maybe I’m just a pansy.
Utilizing advanced and sophisticated GPS satellite technology, the easy-to-use Sonocaddie V300 calculates the distance from any point on the course to the green or any other target, even without a clear line of sight. Players need to download the particular course–domestic or international–that they will be playing to their V300 via a PC and detailed course information covering every curve, contour, slope, and sandtrap will be at the placed at the golfer’s fingertips.
Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, but powerful enough to take strokes off your game.
Other features built into the Sonocaddie V300 include shot distance measuring and tracking, digital scorecard and game analysis functionality, and personalized course editing and mapping. Shot measuring allows players to leave the driving range behind as you accurately measure the length of individual shots, while the tracking system strings each shot in a round together cumulatively for later review. The unit’s digital scorecard and game analysis functionality allows players to toss out their paper scorecard and tiny pencils for good as they keep track of their game digitally and perform an analysis based on pre-determined data points at the end of each round. And although the V300 is designed to download every known aspect of the courses of the world, no course’s links are static. This is where its editing and mapping functionality comes in. Whether it’s the filling of a bunker, the lengthening of a tee or a removal of a tree, with the V300 players can map, edit and save changes noticed on their favorite fairways right on the spot.
Finally, the unit’s memory and optional Sonostar membership club perks allow for all the flexibility that even the most avid of golfers could need. The V300 ships with enough built-in storage space to simultaneously accomadate data on up to 30 courses as well as track 100 rounds and record 100 scorecards. Course data can always be recorded manually, but the V300 also includes 5 free course downloads, with each additional download purchased at either a nominal ala carte rate or with unlimited downloads available when registering your V300 and paying a one-time lifetime Sonostar GPS membership fee*.
The V300’s distance calculator.
Size: 4.3 by 2.3 by 1.1 inches (108 by 58.3 by 28.4 mm)
Weight: 140g (4.95 ounces)
Storage: Stores up to 30 golf courses, 100 scorecard
Power: Rechargeable battery, Up to 15 hours
Display: 2.2″ High-Resolution Color LCD with backlight
Language support: English
Waterproof: Yes, IPX6
Regulation: CE, FCC, WEEE, RoHS Compliance
Antenna: Built in
Internet connection: Required
What’s in the Box?
Sonocaddie V300, mini USB Cable, rechargeable battery, user’s guide, belt clip, AC charger adaptor, carry pouch
System Requirements for Course Download
Windows 2000/XP/Vista 32-bit
Minimum of 512 MB RAM (XP) / 1 GB RAM (Vista)
Minimum of 12 MB of hard disk space
Three months to a one-year extended warranty depending on which Sonostar membership plan chosen. See your user’s guide for details.
Sonostar strives to be leaders in high-quality creation and development of new products. Breakthrough ideas and innovations are what give the company their competitive edge while also being a great developer of technology. Sonostar employs the very best people in research and development engineering; mainly in GPS technology and other related microprocessor products. Sonostar was founded with the vision of creating affordable microprocessor solutions designed to merge advanced technology into sports activities in order to provide players a higher level of performance.
* A Sonostar GPS membership is not required to obtain GPS signals and to manually map locations on courses on your Sonocaddie V300, but to utilize the system’s 3D graphics, its more advanced functionality and to download course data you must choose from one of the three optional plans. See your user’s guide for details and rates.