(Part 3) Top products from r/orlando

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We found 23 product mentions on r/orlando. We ranked the 104 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the products ranked 41-60. You can also go back to the previous section.

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u/NoIdeaHowToHobby · 1 pointr/orlando

I paddle a good bit. I'd strongly recommend buying the book in the link below. It's $13 but is an excellent jumping off point and well worth the money at twice the price. There's also the state paddling trails but I refer to the book more often than I do that website. You'll exponentially enjoy your time on the water if you set up shuttles for rivers(i.e. a friend).



u/Tealdeerhunter · 6 pointsr/orlando

Penzey Spices, Whole Foods, Fresh Market, World Market.

Last time I bought some, I had a coupon for World Market and it was the best price of the places above.

For a less expensive option, you could try Spice House of Longwood, Spice Bazaar, or a mexican grocery, but I can't say I know those all too well.

Amazon seems like a great deal. I might buy some to make extracts for gifts.

u/eheimburg · 8 pointsr/orlando

Don't have a tl;dr but if you want to read what Florida was like when we were first settling it, this book is pretty good. It's old newspaper/magazine articles from late 1800s.

(Tip: if an article is boring, skip it; there's a lot of amazing articles but also some very tedious ones. IMO the front half has a lot of these boring bits... but what can you do.)

u/consigliere58 · 2 pointsr/orlando

I would recommend that you read The Art of Raising a Puppy by Monks of New Skete before you adopt a puppy. Good luck.

u/da_new_acct · 6 pointsr/orlando

I would use this:


Instead of a neti pot. I’ve used both and this rinse bottle is easier to use and the same or better results.

u/an_ennui · 9 pointsr/orlando

Suburban development 🎉

For those interested, this book gives a very easy-to-read overview on American city planning: https://www.amazon.com/Suburban-Nation-Sprawl-Decline-American/dp/0865477507. It’s tough to read living here, though, because after reading it you’ll definitely be bothered by so many things you never noticed before.

u/Opheltes · 3 pointsr/orlando

Swapping CPUs out of motherboards is something I do for my job on a weekly basis. To remove thermal paste, I scrape most of it off using a 1" plastic putty knife. Then I take a lint free wipe, wet it with rubbing alcohol, and wipe down the heat sink and processor.

u/madeinguam · 5 pointsr/orlando

I recently bought "Orlando: Then and Now" and that's all the book is - past and present pics from the same perspective, side by side. I highly recommend it.


u/3rd_Party_2016 · 0 pointsr/orlando

you can buy a cheap tester like this one to test the water before and after...

u/unquietwiki · 1 pointr/orlando

Hang out in r/sysadmin , build stuff, and get a copy of this book: you'll be fine.

u/Wampwell · 3 pointsr/orlando

If you have plants that retain water or things you can't dump on a regular basis: mosquito bits

u/Orlando1701 · 1 pointr/orlando

I finished up with my undergrad at UCF about a year and a half ago. I'm using the Official GRE study guide by ETS I'm looking to take the actual test by the end of the year so I'm planning on spending about six months in prep.

u/2stroker · 3 pointsr/orlando



The #3 one (last one) is a bit more rare, I'm acquaintances with a couple of those DJ's (sharaz, knightlife, k5) and I'm trying to find someone with one I can copy.

u/ncc1776 · 2 pointsr/orlando

This is the one I got: Gila Heat Control Platinum Adhesive Residential DIY Window Film Sun Blocking Glare Reduction 3ft x 15ft (36in x 180in) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000KKM8EG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_H1z7CbH1M0RRW

They are very much removable and definitely suitable for renters. The first window you do will be difficult, but you'll eventually get the hang of it.