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    Caged Mah Jongg Solitaire Champion Maveno's Avatar
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    I bought a CD a long time ago, it was David Arkenstone. It was called "Spirit Wind" and inside it, it had an incense. Smelled GREEEAAT! I always kept the incense in it until the other day I looked and it was gone.
    It made the CD smell great, but I've never had an actual CD smell like anything.

    Here is a link to David Arkenstone, I like his music.. Click HERE.
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    I bought this thing today. And I'm in love with it. It's nice, really.

    The only thing I don't appreciate is the stupid names they put on the CDs ("Exploring a mountain trail"? Okay, whatever.). But honestly, the scents fill the room more than candles generally do, and ... meh. It's just nice.

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    Thanks the review Amanda, they sound very interesting.

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    I saw a commercial for this last night, but I wasn't really paying much attention. I do remember them saying something about it changes scents every 30 minutes & I thought "yuck, all the smells will mix together". Eh, I'll stick to candles or plug-ins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amanda
    I bought this thing today. And I'm in love with it. It's nice, really.

    The only thing I don't appreciate is the stupid names they put on the CDs ("Exploring a mountain trail"? Okay, whatever.). But honestly, the scents fill the room more than candles generally do, and ... meh. It's just nice.
    Cool. Were you able to buy it at a regular grocery store, or was it some other type of store? Oh, and how much did it cost?

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    I saw one at Target the other day. It was $34.99 and was with the air freshners and so forth.
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    Thanks Blue Meanie

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    I have one and its absolutely great. You dont get a mix of smells like someone mentioned. Very refreshing; i'd definitely recommend it.

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