@pla I bought an InspireHR about 1.5 years ago. It works pretty well - but firmware updates are scary (but there have only been a few). I mainly use it for step and sleep tracking and it's pretty good. I have had to reset it a couple of times when it has lost the plot - but that's not often. I'd buy it again.
I'm fairly certain that 98% of the problems I deal with at work (and that's my entire job really) are a direct result of poor communication. Both on the sending end and on the receiving end - mostly the lack of specificity in the writing of emails and creation and mark up of drawings, and the failure to read entire emails and drawings. So frustrating!
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@randynose sorry to hear about the struggles. :-( I hope you guys get it figured out. Throwing luck and wishes your way.
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@randynose it's funny because lots of the buildings we do use Big Ass fans (we have to put a little extra bracing in the roof joists for them) but we note them as 'HVLV fans' (high volume low velocity) since nobody wants the 'big ass' wording on their drawings lol!
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