Well that's their slogan at least. I don't know if you could fully equip yourself for battle with things you could get here but it'd be close. The things they sell really aren't my style but for someone that likes this kind of stuff, it's a really unique store that has everything they would be looking for. They carry everything from fatiques, to T-shirts, to hazmat suits. I mean, where else would you get most of this stuff. Even if you don't normally wear it, it could be good for halloween. Ok service, employees a little scary, and reasonable prices.
The place looks sort of dingy from the outside and outdated but they have great service. Their selection of jewelry might be better for the older crowd, not too many items for the younger crowd, i.e. too large, bulky, expensive things. They also repari jewelry here. They can fix watches, resize rings, and restring pearls. I found the lady that helped us fix my necklace extremely helpful and the price was pretty reasonable. I would definately go back for problems with my jewlery like that.
It's a small buisness and kind of messy inside and the equipment and computer supplies they have are mostly do it yourself so if you're not good with computers, you might not know what to do with everything. The staff is more knowledgable than chain stores by far and you might be able to find better deals on used accessories than if you went to that big chain store. Their cost for fixing a computer is a little steep but then again, if you can't do it yourself, it's better than nothing.
Firstly, the salon is located in the cutest pink building right off of the Boston Post Road so guys, even if they need just a haircut, might feel a little shy walking in. At Salon Lui they perform all the normal hair services, cutting, washing, dye jobs, and the prices are as expected for a salon. They also do nail things like manicures and pedicures. Next door they also have tanning availible (even though it might be a separate company but it's right next door) so you can get most everything you need to beautify yourself in one place.
The staff and Andre Phillips is very professional and they provide a variety of hair services, washing, styling, dye jobs, and they also provide nail services too. I don't believe it's worth going if you have naturally nice hair that just needs a simple trim as prices start at 40$. But if you need extra professional things done, like dyeing or styling, than it's worth it going here than over a discount hair cutters.
Personally I find the place a little too noisy and dingy, but I know plenty of hyper boys that like it. Here you can participate in most sports like batting cages, golf, etc. It's a nice one stop for multiple activity lovers in your family. It's very far from what one would consider upscale but it gets the job done. They also have overpriced refreshments. They also do parties but the party room that they set aside is not good at all.
Aquarium Conservation only got 3 stars becase although they're far from being the worst, they could do a lot to improve. The fish selection isn't terrible but sometimes the corals aren't well taken care of. The large tanks they have are impressive but they face the same problems as most small stores do, they have higher prices than large chain stores. However, your chances of finding someone knowledgable to answer your questions also increases. So overall, it's worth a trip.
It's one of those stores that if you lived close to, you would frequent but definately wouldn't go out of your way to visit. There's nothing terrible about them but nothing that would set them apart either. They carry strictly marine livestock but some of their supplies are freshwater. They have tanks, lights, food, equipment, marine fish and corals. It's not the largest selection seeing as it is a small store and the prices are higher. But in all fairness, the corals are well taken care of and they have some nice show tanks.
I had to use this business a while ago to order some radios and accessories for an organization. While the products themselves were rather expensive (they were expensive equipment anyways.) Anyways, the gentleman there was very helpful, suggested proper accessories, gave accurate prices, and since our organization was so close, delivered the items personally. Pretty good.
First walking to the building you notice that they have separate entrances for dogs and cats and birds, etc. Which struck me as being extremely practical and much more safe. In fact once inside, the different types of animals are segregated in the waiting rooms so there is no possibility of potential conflicts. The vet was extremely friendly, played with our dog a little first before starting her exam. She answered all our questions thoroughly. Even though we have only been there once, I feel very comfortable bringing my dog there again.