Re: [BackpackGearTest] Mountainsmith Chimera
- Hi Helen
I would agree with you here. You should write a review that reflects
objectively your experience with the pack, just as the other reviewers
should do the same. That way both we and the manufacturer get a diverse
test group, diverse feedback and so do the readers of the reviews.
The wider the group of testers the better in my view as there is likely to
be a wide spectrum of users.
At 12:36 AM 01/02/2002, you wrote:
>I can not write a review for a wide audience, I'm only one person. If I--
>tried to color my reviews by thinking I understood what some one else
>might be looking for they would no longer be objective reviews. All I can
>do is make sure people reading my review know as much about me as
>possible. If they are about the same size, shape, age, experience etc.
>then they learn something from my review, if not they look for another
>review that might apply to themselves. I was serious about handing the
>pack on to someone who can expand on the packs capabilities - but I do
>want it back.
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- Hi Marge
I think iiNet has been having some email server problems. Can you try again at apriest@... or aushiker@...
At 11:41 AM 02/02/2002, you wrote:
Hi Andrew Priest,
I just wrote you a long email with my pack contents,
I sent it off list to (mailto:apriest@...) but it came back.
I hesitate to put this long list of contents on backpackgeartest forum.--Aushiker - Hiking in Western Australia - http://aushiker.cjb.netGet paid for responding to and receiving relevant email and/or SMS messages - pureprofile by Australia Post