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Jon Titterington

Jon Titterington

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Jon Titterington is a writer from Los Angeles, California. He first started working in tech in 2006.

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    I got two calls into their sales department before finding out that setting up Stitch takes 6-8 weeks.

      Stanley Mann

      Pricing changed to annual only. $6000 per year for something that costs half at the competition.

        JEFF BERRY

        I’d like to point out that ALL, as in EVERY SINGLE 5 star review on the first page and I suspect all the others are from responses from representatives from Stitch. You guys have a serious issue with the way your commenting system works in that it allows these reps to give star reviews that skew the results. There is no way this crumby service deserves a 4 star rating.

          Jessica Dinsmore

          Hi Jeff,
          You have a point! We are working on putting a stop to this and we really appreciate your feedback. Thanks!

            Dan Worrell

            If you are looking for a software that will seamlessly download your sales from Shopify to Quickbooks, there are some good, cheap apps out there, including SoftCookies, Shopify Integrator. Unfortunately, Stitchlabs is not one of them. StitchLabs DOES NOT INTEGRATE WITH QUICKBOOKS. It does not identify already existing inventory items and instead creates its own names and identifiers. When integrated into Quickbooks, the original QBs inventory is not reduced when a Shopify sale is made. Instead the inventory remains and a new item is created and sold. Leaving the old inventory, a new negative inventory and twice the items. It is a disaster if you have a significant number of product skus (we have over 1,000). The only way to correct is to manually change every single item by hand. Stitchlabs support will only explain that they built the integration quite a while ago and that’s how it is. Not much help.


              Please do not trust all of these fake 5-star reviews! My company has to use Stitch because it’s the only inventory management platform that supports multiple Square channels and Woocommerce at the same time. If there was any other platform that could do this we would dump Stitch in a heartbeat. To say that platform is a beta would be too flattering. Basic features like accepting a purchase order or closing transfers are FREQUENTLY broken. Often times inventory numbers will be misreported on in variants so our inventory is off but we have to spend precious work time trying to figure out where the error is just to find out it’s a Stitch problem Despite paying several hundred dollars a month for the service, they sent us an email a couple of weeks ago saying that our service plan would not allow us access to chat or phone support. Their “Phone Support” was a joke anyways because you have to submit a ticket then they would call you. Rarely did we ever get a call back. Now we can only look at their FAQs or email them for problems. If you’re thinking about using Stitch, get used to someone telling you “We’ll forward this problem to our engineers.” This seems to be the generic response to every single thing that goes wrong they can’t fix. Our company has lost at least HUNDREDS OF HOURS of work time because of Stitch problems since we started using Stich almost 2 years ago(I swear this is not an exaggeration). If you don’t need support for multiple Square channels and Woocommerce, use ANY OTHER SERVICE. Stitch is the worst.

                Sarah Baldwin

                Does a decent job syncing inventory between multiple channels, creating purchase orders, and receiving inventory, but does a TERRIBLE job syncing with QuickBooks online. Our books are a DISASTER because of the bugs in Stitch, not syncing accurate inventory values or being able to calculate COGS. Using Stitch cost me thousands of dollars having to hire an accountant to audit our books and try to make sense of the non-sensical data imported from Stitch.To add insult to injury, after signing up and paying extra for the plan that included “phone support” (which means sending an email and requesting that someone call you back, which could take days, if at all), I got an email saying that Stitch was eliminating phone support, and that support from now on would only be available via email. Was there a reduction in my monthly fee after removing phone support? Har-dee-har-har!!!Needless to say, we are now shopping for different inventory management software. If you are counting on inventory management software to connect with your accounting program and give you accurate numbers, run away from Stitch! If you don’t care about accurate books, then Stitch is quite an adequate program.


                  Hello Sarah:

                  Thank you posting this review. My company is facing all of the same problems yours is with our Xero integration. I have to do the books an inventory and both are off every week due to problems with Stitch Labs (not that they admit to it). We are also missing 3-4 invoices a week that do not come over to Xero which is extremely frustrating. We are also finding that the COGS data in Stitch Labs is routinely wrong even after updating both manually and via csv.

                  We are looking for alternatives and wondered what your findings have been? We’re looking for a different platform.

                    Guillaume Savage

                    Hi !

                    You said the following comment:

                    “There is one caveat: I cannot recommend this software to companies based outside of the US. If you’re located overseas, I would check out TradeGecko, which is geared more towards international business.”

                    Does this applies for Canadian business as well ? I’m in Canada and wondering if TradeGecko would be best for us !


                      Chloe Bahal

                      Hi Guillaume,

                      Yes, I would recommend TradeGecko for you. If you have further questions please let me know.


                        Hi everyone,We are based in the UK and have been using SL for over a year now. SL is a major improvement to what we were using before (basically nothing else than spreadsheets) and we like the simple UI.Having said that, we would like to find a better alternative, if it exists, because there are some features we don’t like. To mention some of them:-) probably the major drawback for us is the constant slowness in the response time; for instance when you update a variant and click “save” it can take up to 5 or 7 seconds to complete the update-) you cannot search in your contacts by cities or countries which should honestly be a pretty basic function and a useful one when you are meeting a new client and try to find out if you are already selling in that particular area; so we have to basically create a TAG for each of our contacts so we can retrieve easily clients based in a certain city or a certain country-) when you review the recent orders of a particular client, the “balance due” information on previous orders is not updated so you cannot see whether this client owes you money or not; you can see in other parts of the software for unpaid orders/invoices but if you want to check per client it is not working; this is a BUG which has never been fixed even after repeated emails to support desk for over a year-) the packing slip function is very basic and does NOT allow to have more than 1 product in 1 box so the number of boxes will always be equal to the number of products regardless of the packing, it does NOT add up weight of products nor total size which would be very convenient when booking the transportation (we ship a lot across Europe)-) no mobile app-) no option to add a pic thumbnail next to the products on orders or invoicesOn this last point I would very much like to find an alternative to SL that offers such a feature, as we are in the design field and being able to show a thumbnail pic of our products would be a great addition.Any ideas would be welcome.Best regards.

                          Adam F

                          Very responsive customer service and support — any customer support issues are forwarded to the appropriate party and taken care of right away, which I believe is the sign of a great company.


                            We’ve been using Stitch for a year and a half and have found it to be constantly problematic. The CS team is rarely capable of offering any insight beyond simple UI issues. Whether selling through one or multiple channels inventory is constantly inaccurate, reconcile it one day and is will be off the very next, over and over again. When a transaction occurs through a channel there is one exchange of information only and never again. Any modifications to an order or cancelations have to be manually entered through a not very streamlined approach. I could continue but the bottom line is that a $250k or less store might be better off with no inventory management system at all than the mess this team has produced.

                              Jon Titterington


                              Thanks for the feedback. I’m sure our readers would like to know a little bit more about your setup. What integrations/sales channels are you using? Are these problems consistent across every channel? Have the developers offered any response to your complaints?


                                The last time we bothered trying to do anythign about it was last June after several conference calls with their tech support that gave no solutions to the inventory discrepancies we gave up and have been preparing to make the leap to Deposco.

                                The UI has improved to some degree, there are less hiccups and the general speed is better than it was a year ago but not amazing. The search function is not dynamic and can very frustrating.

                                We use Stitch along side Shopify, Shopify POS and Shipstation.

                                I’ve pulled up a list of issues and gripes we’ve encountered and brought to their attention.

                                1. It does not always sync with Shopify or Shopify POS, it’s hit or miss. Orders that have been completed with no unusual actions do not update and complete themselves. Inventory does not always account for new sales and this is not correlative to the previously mentioned sales update issue.

                                2. No clear way to know that an Order invoice or PO was sent. We’ve put a bandaid on this by creating tags that we can add to a PO to indicate its status

                                3. Weights input in Shopify for new product listings are not imported correctly into Stitch .5lbs became .5004lbs, .8125lbs became .8135lbs

                                4. Buggy – Start entering something into search and click its suggested result, will sometimes clear the search field and navigate nowhere.

                                5. In main product listing view, scrolling right will show you additional fields for the product, but the headings don’t scroll, so you have no idea what value corresponds to what unless you go to the edit variant page.

                                6. Profit issues. Calculated off of Avg Unit Cost. There is no way to update the Avg Unit Cost except through the Export CSV file or through day-to-day business. Therefore, new products show 100% profit until the average unit cost is calculated, which usually occurs the first time that product is received into the inventory.

                                7. Returns, Exchanges, and Custom Orders are extremely cumbersome. Each takes multiple screens, clicks, significant time. Refunds need to be done in Shopify, so Shopify Payments can refund through the same method used to pay (credit card info is kept with Shopify Payments and cannot be accessed through Stitch). Stitch will then need to be updated to reflect the refund done in Shopify.

                                8.Initial products created in Shopify are sent to Stitch and will require additional work there to set up the Supplier ID and Cost. Price Changes on Stitch or other changes in Shopify will not be communicated between the two. Stitch will only communicate inventory levels.

                                This may be the best of all the options out there but that just makes it the top of the trash heap. I’ve read tons of reviews and I understand that you have to toss out some of the worst as well as some of the best. This experience is not the result of my personal ignorance, I work with a team of 3 who are all quite savvy and we’ve all experienced these same frustrations and look forward to moving on.

                                  Jon Titterington

                                  Sorry to hear about that. I’ve demoed a lot of different inventory SaaS apps, and have yet to find what I’d call The Gold Standard. Your experience sounds incredibly frustrating, and I hope you have better luck with Deposco. Speaking of, I’ll take a look at that app in a future review. My curiosity is piqued.


                                    Hi JB – curious to know how its going with the transition to Deposco – we are currently researching their platform and both their customer service and product seems promising.

                                    Any insight would be much appreciated.


                                      This is true, and one of many major flaws.

                                      For example, they have a running total of revenue and sales thereof. If there are returns in your FBA store of Shopify store, Stitch will balance the inventory, but it WILL NOT adjust the revenue. If one doesn’t now know this, there quarterly revenue & profit stats will be grossly overstated.

                                      Of course, they take your money and investment of time, then tell you about this a “something we are working on”.

                                      While here, another problem I want to scare people aywa with is the only support mechanism is live chat, and the lines to get someone, even today, range from 22 – 78 minutes. Want a phone call back? You are sure to get it hours later when you are not at work anymore.

                                        Shenme Tamade

                                        I’m surprised about the love for Stitch Labs.It looks nice but i’ve been using it for a few months now and I hate it. Hate is a strong word but I don’t know how else to explain the feeling I get using it.Everything requires more clicks than it should and things load so slowly. Why do I have to click Variant every single time I go to Inventory? Why is there a column in Inventory that shows Sold and Revenue from the beginning of time? If I have one item sold 300 and another 30, how do I know if it’s a good seller unless I already know how long it’s been selling and start doing division. Seems like it would have been a good idea to make that whole column in the last 30 day. Everything seems like it kind of wasn’t thought out completely. Amazon orders do not pulls down FBA fees. Can’t list to Ebay. Marking an item Drop Shippable is 8 steps. There are no search results. I can type something into a search field that shows a drop down list and then I can select one item. I want to see all shirts or all pants. Nope. I need to tag them one by one by one by one by one and then next time I can select that tag. Users either see too much info or not enough. Lastly, support has no clue what they’re doing. Try this or I think if you do that kind of answers.Don’t know what to do. Other software is probably worse but at least has search results. Just can’t find something that works fully with FBA.

                                          Jon Titterington


                                          I’ve yet to find an Inventory SaaS that gets everything right. Integrations are particularly problematic, because you’re dealing with two companies, and the onus isn’t really on either of them to make sure things work perfectly.

                                          I think TradeGecko’s interface is a little better than Stitch, but their support team is based in Singapore. Same for OrderHive (which is based in India). If you try either of those, and find that their Amazon integrations get the job for you, please let us know about it.


                                            I could not agree more. I sincerely believe they got a lot of investor money, and are forced to sell memberships for a 70% finished product.

                                              Michael Benya


                                              I am looking for a local customer or integrator that can demostrate and show me how they used Square + StitchLabs solutions. We are a non profit , running multiple stores that are fed by recycle center that manually takes in our donations. Square POS will work in the stores as cash register but, I need more information on the inventory management side.

                                              Please email me: or 724-413-4310. It’s Monday, Aug 31st at 12:45 EST. I need to hear from someone today!! Thanks! ~Michael

                                                Tom DeSimone

                                                Hi Michael,

                                                Maybe this integration guide will help. Good luck!


                                                  I have been using Stitchlabs for about 4 months now and I have to say that even the core functionality is working great, they (dev team and others at the company) lack simple understanding on how to prioritize and develop necessary tools.We have had to manually write back tracking numbers and mark orders as shipped, because Stitchlabs was not able to simple send / write back the tracking number when it was closing the orders. So we asked for the API and told that the API is not public yet, so we waited and after 2 months it started piss us off, so we kept on pressing and were told that we are in the beta group and they will email us once they release the beta API. Long story short, they didn’t get in touch with us, we still have to write back tracking info manually and the extreme lack of communication is mind blowing.To gauge their “effectiveness” in creating “amazing software”, the API rollout / documentation (according to their site) started early 2014 and mid 2015 still not available.So do yourself a favor and research, because if you use wordpress / woocommerce you will have to write back the tracking info and once the API is available, you will have to higher a coder to grab that info and write it to your orders.When I pay $1200 a year for software, I better get a solution that is one full circle and not right about there!

                                                    Jon Titterington


                                                    Thanks for posting about your experience. What do you use as your shipping solution?



                                                      we are currently using ShippingEasy, after experiencing a colossal fail with Ordoro.

                                                      ShippingEasy is by far the best shipping solution (at least for us it is).


                                                        I have a 25+ year background in Supply Chain Mgt. but at this time, my entrepreneurial daughters are set to launch a Jewelry internet business and I am now seeking direction on Inventory and Order Mgt solutions for a small start up. Reading the editors notes it sounded as if Stitch Labs was an possible front runner. But reading the comments in the 2nd half of 2014 and the issues with 2.0 sounds like I should keep looking? Is this a fair assessment or can anyone share thoughts on an alternative choice if Stitch is not the solution???

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                                                          Looking for a an inventory management system, and I was hoping a current user of stichlab could update me on how 2.0 is now? Seems like it was a total disaster a few months back, how is it now, are you satisfied, if you were starting from scratch would you use them?

                                                          Thanks for any and all help/feedback!

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                                                            Scott Wiesman

                                                            Did you end up trying Stitch out? I’m looking for inventory management now and like you back in January, I’d like to know if the problems were resolved.


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                                                              I just tried them. It wouldn’t even do basic inventory accrual for me…we input our opening inventory, it would download our orders, and all of the sudden the stock would be less than it should…stitch would show an opening inventory of 7, 2 sales, and a current invenory of 4. Go figured. Some had even larger discrepancies…opening inventory of 30, 10 sales, and a current inventory of 15. huh? Ya. 30+ emails back and forth with support about this and many other problems/glitches. They kept telling me that I have to make stitch the master of my stock..ummm NO WAY I’m doing that until you can prove your service works. If I had done that, I’d have product in stock that show out of stock on my site and I’d be losing sales!!! Aside from the basic function not working, there were so many glitches. It’s too bad, because I REALLY need a service like this, I wanted it to work so badly that I wasted two weeks of my life on it. That is so frustrating.


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                                                                Just wanted to jump in here real quick because I was just checking them out. Does anyone know if they can schedule auctions on eBay and have some type of auto relister if the item sales or not? I was just checking out Suredone and that was the deal breaker for me. Thank you!

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                                                                  Anyone have an update on this as of mid October? They’re wanting to charge us $500/month and I certainly don’t want to pay that based on the situation described in these comments.

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                                                                    I’m wondering the same thing and you didnt answer the question. Are all the kinks worked out yet or would it be better to wait?

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                                                                      Jake Gasaway

                                                                      Hi Stephen,Thanks for your note. I’m not sure which specific question you’re referring to, but the main issues people were experiencing were page loads and sync times with the channels. Per my note: *As of August 10th, our database work was completed and we’re confident that anyone using Stitch will experience faster load times and much faster automatic sync with their channels.*We’ve gotten a lot of feedback from customers since August that they have been extremely happy with the speed and are encouraged with the direction of the updated platform. Can I say that there will never be bugs? No. Can I say that I’m confident Stitch will help you be successful with your business and that we have come out of the major challenges that the new platform surfaced? Absolutely. Our sole focus has been to get the new platform implemented and working smoothly prior to the busy holiday season. We believe we’ve accomplished that, but work every day to reinforce our infrastructure and make it even better.Please let us know if you have any other questions. You can also email us at for specifics about your business. Thanks again for your questions. Jake


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                                                                        I totally agree with Teri and Jonathan.. 2.0 has been a disaster and it has rendered the service pretty unresponsive and difficult to use and maintain. I am looking for alternative now that the issues have persisted for a few months with no clear resolutions in sight.Even though Stitch 1.0 is still usable, it is starting to slow down and sometimes I see weird errors on the screen that do not impact the service but still nerve racking as it does not give confidence to the service at all.


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                                                                          We’ve been using for about the past five months. Had I read this review two months ago, I would have absolutely agreed with nearly everything written as I really felt this was one of the best solutions out there for small businesses that need inventory control, be able to easily produce orders and invoices and track their customers.However, after their so-called upgrade to 2.0, the software has been a complete disaster. We dealt with it because there will always be glitches with a new system or platform and it was nice that the marketing team took the time to send a personal message on behalf of the CEO apologizing for the very poor migration and upgrade that left many of us users completely stranded on an island, not being able to operate our businesses. Fortunately, the software allows us to revert back to the legacy 1.0 platform, but it is incredibly slow and will take several minutes to log-in and trying to place an order on a ipad or mobile android device is incredibly painful. We’re now stuck with a system that we adored in the beginning and met all of our needs to now having to deal with a completely useless system and go back to the drawing board about how we might go about finding a new software package and having to migrate all of our data. It’s caused us so much pain and loss of time that my annoyance grows simply thinking about this. – Kudo’s for creative a truly simple and affordable platform that was intuitive and easy to use. Shame on you for breaking it and leaving all of us legacy users stranded with a piece of crap software that adds more challenges to our day to day business operations.


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                                                                            Jonathan,Your words just about mimic mine exactly.We were pleased with the service before the 2.0 integration, but since then it’s been a colossal waste of time. We go hours between inventory sync updates some days, and the site is down way too often. Sometimes we can’t log in for hours at a time.They have a wonderful concept, but their implementation is quite poor.Hopefully in a couple of years they will have all the kinks ironed out, but in the meantime, we probably won’t be able to afford to keep doing business with them since downtime costs us so much.


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                                                                              Jake Gasaway

                                                                              Hi Teri,

                                                                              I just replied to this thread above. Please take a look and let us know if you have any questions.

                                                                              Thank you,


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                                                                                Jake Gasaway

                                                                                Hi Jonathan et al,Thank you for the healthy debate about Stitch. I’m Jake Gasaway, a co-founder of Stitch Labs. Your review recently came to my attention. We are pained by the inconvenience we’ve caused, but heartened by the opportunity to join the dialog about it. We don’t get this opportunity in most places where people are discussing Stitch. There have been many long nights getting Stitch back to the state it was in prior to our new platform launch in June, but I’m confident we’re out of the woods with regard to the server issues we experienced and we’re making UI improvements weekly, based on customer feedback, to make the new platform much better than the old. It’s difficult to explain the perfect storm that happened to us. Many people, that have been with us for a long time, blame the new platform for the performance issues that we’ve had. While that is part of the issue, the main issue stemmed from server capacity. I’ll break this down into two main areas: 1. Performance2. New UI Features and PricingPerformanceLate last year, our customer growth and volume started to put enough stress on our system that our engineers knew we would need a major overhaul by June of 2014 to make sure we were ready for the busy 2015 holiday season. They immediately began planning and got to work early this year. As with everything, we ran into roadblocks along the way and the project took much longer to complete than we originally calculated, about two months and ten days longer, to be exact. The window from June 1st to August 10th was the worst time in our four-year history. As of August 10th, our database work was completed and we’re confident that anyone using Stitch will experience faster load times and much faster automatic sync with their channels. We’ve gotten our automatic channel sync times back down to approximately every ten minutes, sometimes faster. Of course, there will still be bugs. No application is perfect. But we’re working diligently to quickly correct anything that could prevent a customer from running their business smoothly; and our support team is outstanding. To be clear, when you have thousands of customers with very important business data in their Stitch accounts, you need to be very careful as you move information to new servers. It’s a process that I could spend days writing about. We take that responsibility very seriously and are willing to take the many lumps we took from upset customers in order to do it right. We would not compromise on that. New UI Features and PricingAside from the server changes, one reason our customers saw more issues than usual was that our UI change was far more than an aesthetic upgrade. We have re-architected our back-end, built an API and created a new front-end for the application. These upgrades were necessary to scale with our growing customer base, and to bring customers the features they need, faster. They will also allow us to launch highly requested features like new stock views, Amazon FBA enhancements, additional integrations, and more in the coming months. We’ve already rolled out several new features in the new UI, including: inventory bundling, Magento integration, variant table views, in-line stock editing, two new order reports and stock transfers between warehouses.Yes, we have increased our prices because we realize that we provide real value to our customers and will be making Stitch even better, going forward. We believe we’re still providing an extreme value for the price and if you give Stitch a try, you’ll see that there is much more than just inventory. Our reporting and analytics are second to none. We will help you make smarter decisions. Our customers comment regularly that they love working with Stitch Labs because we are moving the product forward. We’re not standing still, and you shouldn’t either. What we have learned from this experience is that we can do a better job communicating these issues to our customers before they happen, not while we’re in the eye of the storm. We underestimated the impact that the changes we made would have. I take full responsibility for that and apologize to anyone we caused pain to. We will do better going forward. Thanks for reading my explanation. Make sure to reach out if you have any questions. I’m happy to help. @JakeGasaway Co-FounderStitch Labs


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                                                                                  Ted Porter

                                                                                  Hi Jake,

                                                                                  Thanks so much for the detailed explanation. I’m sure our readers, not to mention your current and future users, will appreciate the honest communication about the difficulties experienced with the re-launch. Good to hear that things are back on track with Stitch!


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                                                                                    I’m shopping for an inventory management system right now for our online store. We are currently using WooCommerce on our WordPress site and are starting an Amazon store to complement it. We have Square on our Cafe side and are considering migrating our boutique over to Square for both the online store and brick and mortar. I have looked at quite a few solutions but I don’t see you mention Square as an integration in your review, however Square lists them on their site as their preferred integration software. Have you looked at this at all? Just hoping to get another opinion on the best solutions. Thanks!!

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                                                                                      Ted Porter

                                                                                      Hi Emily, thanks for the comment. It looks like Stitch does now integrate with Square, something that was probably implemented after our review. I haven’t looked into how it works, but from what I’ve seen, it would be hard to go wrong by switching over to Stitch for managing your inventory, especially since you already use Square for payments. Thanks for letting us know about this; we’ll update this review with the info about Square for the benefit of future readers!

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                                                                                        Ted Porter

                                                                                        Thanks, Windon, glad the review was helpful to you. If you have a chance, let us know what you think of the software once you’ve tried it out! We’re always interested to hear what real users have to say about the products we review.

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