SO HOT! Februar „Absolut heiß“ könnte man viele Bilder nennen, die uns Stinker*s und ca. weitere Menschen bei unserem Demokonzert. Übersetzung im Kontext von „I'm so hot“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: I'm so hot and dizzy. Viele übersetzte Beispielsätze mit "so hot" – Deutsch-Englisch Wörterbuch und Suchmaschine für Millionen von Deutsch-Übersetzungen. Sie lebt dort im Hügelvorland unterhalb Yosemites, zusammen mit ihrem Ehemann und den drei Kindern. Die Geschichte ist an sich gut geschrieben, nur am Anfang kam ich etwas schwer rein. Ninia La Grande hier Backstage beim Notizen machen! It's so hot in here. Zur Zeit leitet ihr Vater das Unternehmen. Suche so hot in: Er hat eine schwierige Jugend hinter sich. It was so hot the eggs fried in the fridge. Weswegen sie den Plan aushecken Violet und Zachary aus einander zu bringen. Insgesamt finde ich es einen gelungenen Auftakt einer Reihe rund um eine interessante Familie. Euch erwarten authentische Charaktere, bildliche Szenen und unglaubliche Orte als auch eine gut ausgearbeitete Story in die man eintauchen kann und dort auch gerne verweilt. Beispiele für die Übersetzung sehr rosig ansehen 3 Beispiele mit Übereinstimmungen. I don't think she's so hot. It was so hot the eggs fried in the fridge. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Lucia Sommer Originaltitel:
So hot -Die finanzielle Unterstützung des Events durch das Bundesfamilienministerium hätte es ohne vier Jahre Wahnsinn nicht gegeben — aber die haben sich so gelohnt. It's so hot and humid, I can't even wear drawers. Da sie in der Firma nicht mit ihm zusammen arbeiten muss, fällt ihr das dementsprechend leicht. Auch Violet ändert sich und ihre Zukunft durch ihn Timo Lange von Lobbycontrol.
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He had a full hood for the car, but felt it would be a shame to cover up that handsome flathead. Maybe a hood top would be in order.
We were also treated to a free lunch and beer. While many concours cars travel in trailers, our crew opted to meet at oh-dawn-thirty and drive to the show.
From fuzzy dice and dummy spots to license plate toppers and laminated dash knobs, accessories have always helped define a car. It can turn an otherwise cool car into a rolling curio cabinet.
Then there are guys like Don Triolo. His cars stop us dead in our tracks. Don had a third accessory he wanted us to install on his Vicky: These inserts feature vertical vanes that can be opened and closed with a control knob mounted under the dash.
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In our humble opinion, four inches is the ideal chop for these coupes. Any more and the car gets cartoony: Hot rod folklore says Model A chops are easy: Quint Meland likes big motors.
While his high school peers in Southern California were still messing around with flatheads, Quint dropped a inch Olds V8 in his Model A roadster and went racing.
Extremely successful, even as a young gun, his drag racing strategy was brilliantly simple: As a pilot in Viet Nam and later with TWA, Quint went on to run bigger engines, but his love of hot rods never let up.
It ended a run of silly, over-the-top show cars that had dominated the Grand National Roadster Show for a decade.
The car arrived at our shop with a Cleveland motor and a C4 trans. Our first task was to swap in a big inch Oldsmobile and Turbo Quint had built at Mondello Performance.
It took a lot of shoehorning, you can see photos here …. When we left off, Gary had started to build the headers. The chassis was built and the body assembled by Erik Hansson in Huntington Beach, using an impressive collection of original Deuce parts Todd has patiently gathered over the years.
Our job will be to finish the car. Occasionally we get up off the concrete and out from underneath these cars. A man needs a little perspective, something more worldly than the weekly car-guy caffine-fest at our local Starbucks.
Gary spent a few weeks in Amsterdam and Paris, and I took off for Hawaii for some wetsuit-free recreation. The Coleman SaluSpa leatheroid and puncture resistant exterior is made with a TriTech 3 ply reinforced material, featuring a polyester mesh core encased in two layers of PVC, for extra strength and durability.
This allows users to sit on the sides without the spa bending or buckling, making this product superior to others in its class. The Coleman SaluSpa features a separate air pad cushioned floor which sits underneath the spa.
On top of the additional comfort under foot and backside, this helps with insulation and minimizing the loss of heat through the base of the spa.
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Please try again later. Setup is fairly easily and straightforward. It took about 30 minutes to get everything setup and ready to inflate, then another 10 to inflate it.
I don't think the manual mentions it, but place the "insulation blanket" which is essentially a sheet of heavy duty bubble wrap with the bubble side face down under the hot tub and obviously before you put water in it.
I filled mine from my kitchen sink in approximately 4 hours. I have fairly weak water pressure so others may be able to fill up faster.
The tub can heat the water approximately 2 deg per hour. So, if you used 50 deg water from your outdoor faucet, and you want the tub at deg, you have to wait 25 hours.
Do NOT put this on your outdoor deck unless it was designed for it. It might not look like it, but a filled hot tub is incredibly heavy. Water weighs about 8.
The tub can hold four average size people. There are essentially four modes of operation: The bubbles are created by an air pump that pulls in outside air which can be cold!
When the pump and heater are ON, it pulls about watts 1. When just the air pump is on producing bubbles, it pulls about watts.
Therefore, if you have the temperature set at its max of deg, you may find it running all the time with the heater on.
It will take a couple of hours to reach that. Putting some kind of blanket over it during the day will vastly reduce the amount of heat loss.
I need to figure out how to put the blankets in some sort of waterproof wrapping so they can be out there in the rain and snow.
Another suggestion is to find some sort of insulation preferably waterproof below the hot tub. Mine sits on my deck yes, I designed my deck to support a hot tub weight and the cold air from below is obviously sucking out some heat.
This is similar to the effect on bridges where they freeze before the roads do since their underbelly is exposed and cool off faster.
Bubbles cool the water off fairly quickly. As mentioned it pulls in cold outside air and pumps it up through the nice warm water. I would estimate it cooled off from deg to deg in 15 minutes or so where the outside air temp was about 45 deg.
It's very quiet when just the circulator pump and heater are running, like a low frequency hum.
When the air pump is running it's about as loud an average vacuum cleaner. It's really not bad at all and you can have normal conversations sitting in the tub.
After reading about them online, I went with Bromine tabs over Chlorine. I bought some pH increaser, pH decreaser and some "Shock". And don't forget the pH testers that also test for a number of other things.
Having the right pH, Bromine level, Alkalinity, etc. The filters clog up pretty quickly, so I would order a bunch of them just to have.
Some people have said they wash theirs in the dishwasher. I have only rinsed my in the sink so far, but make sure you rinse them often.
The filters look like they get filled with a light brown sludge that must be the stuff its binded up.
Keeping the filters clean is essential to keeping the tub clean and having the heat pump work effectively.
Also, rinse your bathing suit with fresh water before you get in as detergent is usually still in the fabric and will go right in the hot tub.
The floor is cushioned enough that it is very comfortable. This is the single complaint I have about the hot tub. Otherwise you come home from work wanting to get in your nice warm hot tub and you find its 70 deg because you forgot to reset everything that morning and it shut off while you were at work.
If anyone knows a hack for this, please let me know. Easy setup, working great so far. Purchasing a hard tub is an incredible commitment in time, chemistry, and maintenance never mind the thousands of dollars to purchase and install.
After seeing this Coleman steeply discounted on Black Friday at another retailer, I decided to give this inflatable a try.
However, it appears that it holds about 50 gallons more water. It plugs into V, which makes it extremely easy to plug and play.
I have a Kill-a-Watt connected in series so I can monitor its power consumption more later. The little green ovalish box is the brains of the operation.
It contains the heater, a blower which doubles as both inflator and bubble maker , and a membrane control panel.
I have found it difficult to read during the day. The dark LED segments show bright white while the red is dimly lit.
The instructions are not the best. Warnings are randomly scattered all over the place, making it difficult to read. While physically using the inflator works great, the pressure gauge is not even to the right scale needed to properly measure the correct pressure required.
The first marking on the gauge is 2 psi and there is no 1 psi marking! Expect it to move a couple of millimeters and not point anything in particular when you reach 1.
The main air chamber has a very nice locking connector with a high quality one way air valve, so it is not like blowing up a pool inflatable.
The sides are very firm once inflation is complete. Make sure you unlock it again ahead of time, otherwise you'll spend a minute trying to figure out why the heck it won't turn off and overinflate your pool!
There is a ground pad that looks like thick bubble wrap. There is still bits of snow on the ground, and it felt warm sitting on top of it.