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Accurist Men's Quartz Watch with Blue Dial Analogue - Digital Display and Multicolour Stainless Steel Plated Bracelet MB1031N
Accurist Men's Quartz Watch with Blue Dial Analogue - Digital Display and Multicolour Stainless Steel Plated Bracelet MB1031N
Price: £325.00

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A lovely Timepiece, 17 Feb. 2015
Accurist have taken the tried and tested design, reminiscent of the older (non solar powered) Citizen Navihawk watches and made a range of watches sporting the same style fascia. Yet the Accurist has a larger diameter dial resulting in better readability of the smaller dials. (Also thanks to the white coloured hands)

The watch looks far better in real life. As a watch collector, I am not a novice at evaluating watches. True, collectors usually tend towards automatic watches, yet I cannot let such beautiful quality watches slip by, especially when the price is right. Top notch quality, flawless design and excellent timekeeping. A 3 year guarantee is standard!

Accurist makes great quality watches and this one is no exception. This offering comes with a leather strap which has its advantages: No links to remove for those with thin wrists, and IMHO, looks more elegant for use with certain suits.

One point which needs to be mentioned is that none of these watches have backlight.

A "Highly Recommended" quality watch.


Pro Wireless Weather Station with PC interface
Pro Wireless Weather Station with PC interface
Offered by Home & Travel
Price: £149.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Solid Performer, 2 Jan. 2015
After reading hundreds of reviews I realised that even the best brands were having critical reviews. This led me to invest in a cheaper alternative and this Weather Station fit the bill. Basically it is a carbon copy of the Aercus WS2083, albeit unbranded. I have bought this particular unit from China and it is hard to tell the difference from the Aercus.

Setting up the station was very easy, and the long wires from the rain and wind gauge meant I could set up the "brain" (transmitter/temperature/humidity unit) in a shady, shielded location. This is crucial in order to get precise readings for temperature and humidity. Before writing any negative reviews as regards weather stations one must keep in mind that the placement of the humidity and temperature sensor is critical. Professional weather servers invest thousands in building the ideal housing (usually quite bulky) in order to have correct readings. Airports authorities invest a considerable amount of effort and money in order to meet the stringent standards for weather reporting.

So one just cannot expect to tie up one of these consumer weather stations to a pole and get great results !

Now for the weather station's pros and cons.

Pros:
Easy setup, with all the bits and bobs included... even zip ties!
Very accurate readings (ideally set the wind to gust). I can compare my readings to the airport a few miles away, and another coastal station (I live on the seafront) and readings are spot on.
USB interface easy to setup. I had my station set up to Wunderground.com in a few minutes.
Cumulus software works a treat with this station.
Build quality better than expected.
Impressive long range reception. (I have mine set up over 15 meters away with numerous stone walls and two re enforced concrete ceilings blocking line of sight).
Unit has survived and successfully reported gale force winds and torrential rain showers since setting up around 6 months ago.
Weather forecasting is very good, and gets better with time due to its learning capabilities.

Cons:
Unlike some other stations which report rainfall/ wind/ temperature at various intervals, this unit updates everything every 40+ seconds. Would have liked to see the wind being updated at least every 30 secs maximum.
Sunrise/Sunset, moon-phase and dew point are only displayed on the free (third party) Cumulus software (ie. the computer) rather than on the unit itself. Yet this is not a deal breaker when considering the accuracy and the price of the unit. Some other stations are not even compatible with Cumulus software.

Summary: I must admit that I have become a bit of a weather freak since I got this unit LOL.... It actually is very involving and interesting. A perfect unit for anyone interested in weather monitoring and very informative for kids too.

Update 8th March 2014. Unit still going strong despite being located on the seafront. I highly recommend this unit.


EC Technology® Foldable Wireless Keyboard Ultra-Slim Full-size Portable Bluetooth Keyboard with Aluminium Alloy Body for iOS (iPad Air 2 / Air, iPad mini 3 / mini 2 / mini, iPad 4 / 3 / 2), Windows and Android 3.0 and above OS
EC Technology® Foldable Wireless Keyboard Ultra-Slim Full-size Portable Bluetooth Keyboard with Aluminium Alloy Body for iOS (iPad Air 2 / Air, iPad mini 3 / mini 2 / mini, iPad 4 / 3 / 2), Windows and Android 3.0 and above OS
Offered by EC Technology UK Store
Price: £59.99

7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Clever design, Premium quality Keyboard, 29 Dec. 2014
I am typing this review using the EC technology Bluetooth keyboard and I am thoroughly impressed with the quality and functionality it offers.

It comes nicely presented in an eco friendly packaging, which includes a user manual and a USB charging cable.

The outer housing is made of metal; aluminium to be more precise and not plastic. On folding out the keyboard I was surprised to find out that the keys are as large as my trusted Logitech K400. Pressing the Fn and C key will commence the Bluetooth pairing. I have chosen to automatically let the keyboard connect to my PC so as not to have to go through the initial process again. So every time I open the keyboard (which also acts as an ON / OFF switch) connection is established immediately.

I have tried this keyboard on my iPad Air, MacBook Pro (2010 model), Windows PC and Nexus 7. I have had no issues whatsoever.

Likes:

- Premium quality, sturdy and snazzy design
- Very responsive keys, with no play whatsoever
- Caps lock indication via LED
- Diminutive Size when folded
- Amazing Battery life
- Cross Platform Compatibility

Dislikes:

I personally do not find the following to be an issue, yet it is only fair to mention one point
- US layout as specified in product description

EC Technology have sent me this keyboard for an unbiased opinion and I must admit that it is a pleasure for me to review such quality items.

Definitely a thumbs up from me


Apple iPad Air Air Wi-Fi + Cellular 16GB
Apple iPad Air Air Wi-Fi + Cellular 16GB
Offered by Nexlynx
Price: £471.96

5.0 out of 5 stars iPad Air - Stylish, Sleek and Blazingly Fast, 24 Dec. 2014
Apple really know how to work an audience thanks to their marketing hype and by limiting supplies at launch date. Thankfully they are now readily available and prices are creeping down.
I am no Apple iOS diehard fan. In fact I have several android tablets (including the Nexus 7, which I love). Yet there's no denying that the iPad has revolutionised the computer industry by triggering the tablet era.

This review focuses solely on the iPad Air.

Having owned two other iPads: iPad 1 and iPad 3, I am no novice to the iPad, and have followed the incremental upgrades since it was first introduced .... just 4 years ago!

When my iPad Air finally arrived (had it on pre-order for several months) I thought that the store had made a mistake and got me the iPad mini instead!
I opened the usual premium Apple packaging and was greeted by a lovely, super slim and lightweight gem of a tablet. The side bezels are so much thinner too, no wonder it could be mistaken for a Mini. This is no incremental upgrade, but a total redesign around the existing iPad 4 screen. (albeit offering better viewing angles)

It really is a pity that I had to buy a protective case, which covers the beautifully crafted aluminium body. Yet it means that your investment will still look like new for years.

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Case options: Skip this part if not interested.

When it comes to cases there is quite a choice. I call these necessary evils, yet one should not skimp on a quality case offering the best protection possible.

I have the original Apple, Invision and the Veo cases for the iPad Air. I cannot comment on cases I do not own which might prove to be actually better.
They weigh 148.7g, 208.5g and 230.7g respectively.
The Apple case is expensive, and the volume and sleep buttons are a nuisance to operate as they are covered in the thick premium leather. The other cases offer easy access to the buttons. However this case offers the best protection and looks great. It takes a lot of patience to remove this cover once it is in place.
The Invision is a very cheap case and a best seller. It looks sturdy and the stitching is top notch, yet I do not particularly like the shiny finish. The iPad is held in place by 4 corner tabs which tend to pop out of place fairly easily.
The Veo is probably the nearest to the Apple as far as looks go. It comes in a mat finish and the iPad is held in place via a plastic strip along the right and 4 corner tabs.
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DOES THE iPad Air LIVE UP TO THE HYPE?

A quick answer is "Yes"! The new zippy 64 bit A7 processor and crisp "Retina display" are the best I've seen on any 10" tablet so far! And even though it sports the same display as the iPad 4, the viewing angle is far superior, probably thanks to the closer proximity of the display to the scratch proof glass.

The Apps further contribute to making this the best iPad to date, as they have been optimized to take full advantage of the powerful 64bit processor. These include *iPhoto, *iMovie, *Numbers, *Pages and *Keynote which are bundled for free!

Apps written for iOS are generally of a very high standard and virtually virus free. There are various reasons for this:
- iPad is also targeted for professional environments
- Stable and reliable iOS platform
- Applications are only available through the App Store.
- Other platforms have new tablets springing every other day, sporting different screen sizes and processors.

Pros:

✓ Blazing fast, low consumption A7 (64bit) processor. The fastest to date

✓ Premium build quality with ever so stylish looks thanks to the precision engineered aluminium housing

✓ 30% lighter than iPad4, weighing only 469g for Wi-Fi, and 478g Wi-Fi + Cellular versions

✓ Retina display. Great colour saturation producing stunning images

✓ iWork and iLife software included for free

✓ Vast choice of apps that can mimic laptop/desktop programs

✓ Awesome battery life. No other tablet manufacturer can match as yet

✓ Is widely used in the Aviation industry by pilots*: This gives the iPad the ultimate seal of approval for reliability, performance and virus immunity

*Jeppesen, the leading Airline chart manufacturer, has been officially endorsed by EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) to provide digital navigation charts on the iPad for use in flight decks by pilots, and is being used by major airlines. This is a first, and truly revolutionary!

Cons:
- Proprietary hardware required. ie: Bluetooth GPS, Airprint printers..
- No expandable memory
- No touch ID

I would have loved to see an improved version of the iPhone's touch ID.

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Probably the most difficult task is choosing the version which best suits your needs and budget:

I will first start with the common denominator. All flavours offer the same A7 chip, retina display and Wi-Fi.

So the options are colour, storage size and cellular:
- Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, yet I do suggest a side by side hands on comparison.
- Given the fast processor I would say go for the largest available storage you can afford. This might easily be a laptop alternative, given the new 128GB SSD version.
♦ Many think that cellular versions only offer data. This version also sports a GPS chip which works as good as the best GPS receivers. So this has to be taken into consideration when factoring the price difference.

Highly recommend to anyone seeking a versatile, fast and reliable alternative to a laptop.

I hope you find this review helpful. Any comments or queries are welcome, and I will try my best to address.


Ipad Air
Ipad Air

5.0 out of 5 stars iPad Air - Stylish, Sleek and Blazingly Fast, 24 Dec. 2014
This review is from: Ipad Air (Personal Computers)
Apple really know how to work an audience thanks to their marketing hype and by limiting supplies at launch date. Thankfully they are now readily available and prices are creeping down.
I am no Apple iOS diehard fan. In fact I have several android tablets (including the Nexus 7, which I love). Yet there's no denying that the iPad has revolutionised the computer industry by triggering the tablet era.

This review focuses solely on the iPad Air.

Having owned two other iPads: iPad 1 and iPad 3, I am no novice to the iPad, and have followed the incremental upgrades since it was first introduced .... just 4 years ago!

When my iPad Air finally arrived (had it on pre-order for several months) I thought that the store had made a mistake and got me the iPad mini instead!
I opened the usual premium Apple packaging and was greeted by a lovely, super slim and lightweight gem of a tablet. The side bezels are so much thinner too, no wonder it could be mistaken for a Mini. This is no incremental upgrade, but a total redesign around the existing iPad 4 screen. (albeit offering better viewing angles)

It really is a pity that I had to buy a protective case, which covers the beautifully crafted aluminium body. Yet it means that your investment will still look like new for years.

------------------------------------------
Case options: Skip this part if not interested.

When it comes to cases there is quite a choice. I call these necessary evils, yet one should not skimp on a quality case offering the best protection possible.

I have the original Apple, Invision and the Veo cases for the iPad Air. I cannot comment on cases I do not own which might prove to be actually better.
They weigh 148.7g, 208.5g and 230.7g respectively.
The Apple case is expensive, and the volume and sleep buttons are a nuisance to operate as they are covered in the thick premium leather. The other cases offer easy access to the buttons. However this case offers the best protection and looks great. It takes a lot of patience to remove this cover once it is in place.
The Invision is a very cheap case and a best seller. It looks sturdy and the stitching is top notch, yet I do not particularly like the shiny finish. The iPad is held in place by 4 corner tabs which tend to pop out of place fairly easily.
The Veo is probably the nearest to the Apple as far as looks go. It comes in a mat finish and the iPad is held in place via a plastic strip along the right and 4 corner tabs.
--------------------------------------------

DOES THE iPad Air LIVE UP TO THE HYPE?

A quick answer is "Yes"! The new zippy 64 bit A7 processor and crisp "Retina display" are the best I've seen on any 10" tablet so far! And even though it sports the same display as the iPad 4, the viewing angle is far superior, probably thanks to the closer proximity of the display to the scratch proof glass.

The Apps further contribute to making this the best iPad to date, as they have been optimized to take full advantage of the powerful 64bit processor. These include *iPhoto, *iMovie, *Numbers, *Pages and *Keynote which are bundled for free!

Apps written for iOS are generally of a very high standard and virtually virus free. There are various reasons for this:
- iPad is also targeted for professional environments
- Stable and reliable iOS platform
- Applications are only available through the App Store.
- Other platforms have new tablets springing every other day, sporting different screen sizes and processors.

Pros:

✓ Blazing fast, low consumption A7 (64bit) processor. The fastest to date

✓ Premium build quality with ever so stylish looks thanks to the precision engineered aluminium housing

✓ 30% lighter than iPad4, weighing only 469g for Wi-Fi, and 478g Wi-Fi + Cellular versions

✓ Retina display. Great colour saturation producing stunning images

✓ iWork and iLife software included for free

✓ Vast choice of apps that can mimic laptop/desktop programs

✓ Awesome battery life. No other tablet manufacturer can match as yet

✓ Is widely used in the Aviation industry by pilots*: This gives the iPad the ultimate seal of approval for reliability, performance and virus immunity

*Jeppesen, the leading Airline chart manufacturer, has been officially endorsed by EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) to provide digital navigation charts on the iPad for use in flight decks by pilots, and is being used by major airlines. This is a first, and truly revolutionary!

Cons:
- Proprietary hardware required. ie: Bluetooth GPS, Airprint printers..
- No expandable memory
- No touch ID

I would have loved to see an improved version of the iPhone's touch ID.

------------------------------------------------------

Probably the most difficult task is choosing the version which best suits your needs and budget:

I will first start with the common denominator. All flavours offer the same A7 chip, retina display and Wi-Fi.

So the options are colour, storage size and cellular:
- Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, yet I do suggest a side by side hands on comparison.
- Given the fast processor I would say go for the largest available storage you can afford. This might easily be a laptop alternative, given the new 128GB SSD version.
♦ Many think that cellular versions only offer cellular data and hence need a sim card. However they also sport a GPS chip which works as good as the best GPS receivers. So this has to be taken into consideration when factoring the price difference.

Highly recommend to anyone seeking a versatile, fast and reliable alternative to a laptop.

I hope you find this review helpful. Any comments or queries are welcome, and I will try my best to address.


SANYO eneloop HR-4UTGB-4BP AAA Ready-To-Use Ni-MH Batteries 750 mAh Pack of 4
SANYO eneloop HR-4UTGB-4BP AAA Ready-To-Use Ni-MH Batteries 750 mAh Pack of 4
Offered by iCell Media
Price: £5.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Eneloop - Simply the best, 22 Oct. 2014
Eneloop are my top choice when it comes to batteries. They offer great performance, reliability and charge retention through the years.

There are various generations of eneloop batteries with Sanyo producing the first 3 generations. In 2013 Sanyo was acquired by Panasonic and the 4th generation was introduced. Other variants were also introduced by Panasonic.

These HR-4UTGB Eneloop batteries are the are the 3rd and last (standard eneloop) generation produced by Sanyo. They are top quality NiMH offering:

• 750 to 800mAh
• Astounding 1500 charge cycles
• Awesome charge retention through the years: 90% after 1 year / 80% after 3 years / 70% after 5 years
• Virtually leak proof if left in a device

They come in a handy sturdy case which can store 5 AAA batteries or 4 AA batteries.

Tip: In order to achieve maximum longevity and optimal perfomance use a quality smart charger designed for NiMH batteries. In contrast to dumb chargers, these will monitor the voltage of each individual battery and avoid under or overcharging.

These batteries will last for many years, and given the price they should definitely be on your short list!


ABUS 70IB/45  Aquasafe Padlock, Non-Corrosive
ABUS 70IB/45 Aquasafe Padlock, Non-Corrosive
Price: £11.46

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Quality Padlock, 18 Oct. 2014
Great value well made padlock. I have a couple of these mounted outdoors, rain or shine, for over a year now and they still are doing the business well. One of them is used to secure an outboard marine engine. I did prep the one intended for marine using anti corrosion spray prior to exposing to the elements.

Highly recommended.


PANASONIC DMC-FZ1000
PANASONIC DMC-FZ1000

11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Ultimate Hybrid Bridge Camera?, 17 Oct. 2014
This review is from: PANASONIC DMC-FZ1000 (Electronics)
Panasonic has once again pushed the boundaries by incorporating 4K video in a bridge camera. Now referred to as the "Ultimate Hybrid Camera" the FZ1000 has set a new benchmark.

So does this camera live up to the hype?
The FZ1000 is such a pleasure to handle, capable of taking stunning photos and videos. It is not perfect and certain trade off's have been made to contain the price, however I honestly feel that this is presently the best bridge camera money can buy. It sports a 1 inch sensor, arguably the same one found on the Sony RX10.

CAMERA GENERAL:
Unlike what some online reviews claim, this camera is not made of metal but ABS plastic. I was initially disappointed to find that it does feel a bit plasticky, due to the fact that I was expecting a metal body, however it makes up for this in other departments.

When I reviewed the brilliant FZ200 a couple of years ago I was simply blown away by it's brilliant EVF. The FZ1000 sports nearly twice that amount ... a staggering 2,359,000 pixels!! Once again I find myself impressed by the clarity of this incredible viewfinder. It also offers 100% coverage and absolutely no lag whatsoever. Basically it is identical to the one found on the GH4 (body only), to which this camera bears a striking resemblance. Rubber padding around the EVF itself makes for very comfortable shooting experience. Whenever possible I use the EVF to compose my photos and hence give it a lot of weight when evaluating cameras.
A 3 inch fully articulating 920K LCD display comes to the rescue for those awkward shooting angles and selfies. It is very bright and usable in direct sunlight.
The large body, weighing 831g, means that the button are optimally spaced and the ergonomic thumb wheel comes in so handy to control various functions. It really does feel as though you are handling a DSLR rather than a bridge camera. The large 62mm lens sports white notches to indicate the zoom extension.

PERFORMANCE
I have used this camera on a day outing and was continuously looking around for things to photograph as it is such an enjoyable experience to handle such a gem of a camera. Focus is truly lightning fast, not to mention the accurate tracking of moving objects. The camera tracked birds spot on using single shot. I did not have much success with tracking tiny birds in 12fps burst mode. (Larger objects and birds were dead accurate though).

The camera can focus from 3cm on wide to 1m when fully zoomed, great for macro work. And even though the lens is not a fixed aperture, it only drops to f4.0 at the tele end thanks to the large 62mm bright lens. The 5 axis OIS works remarkably well in still and video mode and I was able to capture some great smooth footage without the need for a tripod. However once you go beyond 16X zoom you would understandably need to use one.

IMAGE QUALITY:
The photo quality this camera is able to capture is simply amazing with great colour saturation and sharpness. Dynamic range is as good as it gets, retaining incredible shadow and highlight detail thanks to the iDynamic modes. A point worthy of mention is the level of sharpness the lens maintains when zooming. The detail captured at the 16X zoom end is incredible.
You will be hard pressed to tell the difference between photos taken with this camera and a DSLR when shooting at low ISO settings.

VIDEO:
I am not used to doing video with a still camera style body. Yet I was pleasantly surprised to find how easy it is to get used to shooting video with the FZ1000. It also proved to be such an enjoyable experience and the results are simply jaw dropping!! Once again this is the same codec (MP4) and bitrate found on the GH4.
Shooting in 4K means approx. 4 times the resolution of 1080 HD. You can grab 8MP stills from your footage! Yes, every frame is 8MP... incredible. However this means that you would need to invest in large capacity, fast SD cards.
Another feature which I simply love is the high speed video. You can shoot 1080p at 120fps and 720p at 240 fps!!

Likes:
* Premium LEICA DC Lens
* 20.1MP 1 inch (112mm x 88mm) High Sensitivity MOS Sensor and New Venus Engine
* Bright F2.8-4.0 / 25-400mm (35mm equivalent) 16X optical zoom
* Outstanding Image quality. Pin sharp, crisp and vibrant. Hard to differentiate from a DSLR up to ISO 400
* Impressive low light performance in still mode (not in video)
* Outstanding 4K video quality at 100mb/s
* High speed HD video: 120fps at 1080p and 240fps at 720p - Great for slow motion playback
* Excellent 5 axis optical image stabilisation
* 100% EVF coverage sporting 2.36 million pixels
* Focus peaking / Zebra found on much more expensive gear
* Timelapse Recording and multi exposure on same frame
* In Camera RAW Image processing
* 49 point contrast detect system resulting in "Light speed" focus
* A ton of customisation options !
* NFC / Wi-Fi enabling data transfer and control of the camera wirelessly via the Panasonic App

Dislikes:
- Crop factor when shooting in 4K. The widest field of view drops from 25mm to around 35mm
- Noisy O.I.S. evident when shooting video in quiet environments

What I would have liked to see on the FZ1000:
○ Headphone jack to monitor sound levels as on the Sony RX10
○ ND filters and build quality as on the Sony RX10
○ Smoother operation of the zoom when controlled via the barrel zoom ring. The lens tends to move in steps and is electronically coupled rather than mechanically; not a problem when using the zoom rocker next to the shutter release.
○ SD card slot on the side (Tripod work). 4K video chews through memory!!

Considerations and Conclusion:
1. This is the first generation of bridge cameras offering 4K video. Other manufacturers will definitely hop onto the 4K wagon, resulting in stiffer competition and hopefully a drop in price.
2. The price of the Sony RX10 has dropped quite a lot since the release of the FZ1000 and some might understandably go Sony's route. However there is no denying that the FZ1000 is truly the "Ultimate Hybrid Camera".


Whitening Toothpaste. Black. Beverly Hills Formula Perfect White Black Toothpaste 2-pack with Activated Charcoal.
Whitening Toothpaste. Black. Beverly Hills Formula Perfect White Black Toothpaste 2-pack with Activated Charcoal.
Offered by Purity Laboratories
Price: £12.00

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very promising results, 15 Oct. 2014
When I was contacted to review this toothpaste there was some initial hesitation due to the fact that I am more inclined towards gadgets. However I'm in my late 40's and I do suffer from sensitive teeth and receding gums, not to mention discolouration caused by years of smoking (even though I quit years ago). So I decided to give it a try.

It is not the first time that I've used black toothpaste, so it did not come as a surprise. Yet this particular brand actually works wonders. The consistency of the paste is not granular but silky smooth.

After just a couple of weeks of use I have actually witnessed a great improvement. My teeth are much whiter and thanks to non-abrasive ingredients I can wash my teeth at least twice a day. Many tooth whiteners are abrasive, meaning that frequent use might lead to gradual erosion of the enamel coating, resulting in sensitive teeth and decay.

Yet this is not all. The "Activated Charcoal" also leaves a lasting fresh mint taste. This is because it eliminates bacteria which leads to bad breath.

The cherry on the cake is that this toothpaste comes with a money back guarantee!! This is valid in the EU and Switzerland.

Bottom line: If you are seeking the ideal stain removal with low abrasion properties than the "Beverly Hills Formula" toothpaste should definitely be on your shortlist.

Highly recommended


Braun Oral-B PRO 6000 CrossAction 6-Mode Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush with Wireless Smart Guide and Bluetooth Connectivity
Braun Oral-B PRO 6000 CrossAction 6-Mode Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush with Wireless Smart Guide and Bluetooth Connectivity
Price: £82.62

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My Gums say "Thank You", 13 Oct. 2014
I generally tend to buy so many (sometimes useless) gadgets and I am glad that this time I invested in something which will improve my well being.

Initially I did think that the LCD display was a bit of a gimmick, bit it actually has proven to be key in indicating when I was brushing my teeth too hard. I since have realised that my gums had receded due to the fact that I used to apply too much pressure on my tooth brush. Receding gums can lead to numerous dental health issues.

I will not go into unnecessary technicalities, as these are covered in detail by many other great reviews. Yet it is worth noting that the display is an ingenious way for displaying the correct procedure to brush your teeth.

If your kids are reluctant to brush their teeth, they will love using the Oral-B thanks to the display and smartphone connectivity!! Kids love gadgets too :)

All I can say is that since using this toothbrush, I am achieving great results, and most importantly my gums are not receding any further !!

If my gums could speak they would most probably thank me for using the Braun Oral-B Pro 6000 :)

Highly recommended


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