I tested the speed using the strobe and it appears to be correct but the lights aren completely still. They wobble slightly back and forth. Is that normal? What should I do to make sure it working and in good condition? Should I take it apart and clean it? How can I determine if the cartridge and stylus need to be replaced?.
As for a pic, most of my collection is at home (I at school now). I only been wearing my black sails and iguanas, but will be getting my others since the weather is getting nicer. I did so and although the shoes aren what I would have chosen they are much more comfortable for running than my last shoes.
Like most global companies, Nike has been dealing with Europe fluctuating economy and a slowdown in growth in China.Nike has been working to reduce its inventory in China and reworking its offerings there to adapt to the changing tastes of Chinese customers.It also has been focusing on growth in North America, selling off less profitable brands like Umbro to focus on core brands like Nike.The company on Thursday said it earned $US668 million ($A723.65 million), or 76 US cents per share, in the three month period ended May 31. That compares with $US549 million, or 60 US cents per share, in the year ago period.Revenue increased seven per cent to $US6.7 billion, from $US6.24 billion.Analysts had expected 74 US cents per share on revenue of $US6.63 billion, according to FactSet.During the fourth quarter, the company revenue under the Nike brand rose eight per cent with growth across each product type and region except Western Europe and Greater China.The Nike brand revenue was higher in running, basketball, men training, and women training products, offsetting slight declines in sportswear, action sport and soccer.Inventories rose seven per cent year over year. Future orders for the Nike brand were up eight per cent at quarter end.Shares of Nike rose more than three per cent, or $US1.98, to $US64.30 in after hours trading after edging up 47 US cents to $US62.32 in regular trading..