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Kingavon BB-PG152 Mini Mobile Gas Heater
Kingavon BB-PG152 Mini Mobile Gas Heater
Offered by Family Motoring & Leisure
Price: 71.66

2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good little heater, 29 Nov 2013
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Delivery was very prompt, before I was expecting. The situation with the bottle regulator depending on the size of the gas bottle is a tad annoying but not really with the control of the manufacturer, however forwarned is forarmed and I bought a regulator and 4.5 kg bottle from a camping shop before the fire arrived and it all went together and works fine. Perhaps a 4.5kg regulator should be offered as an option or both bundled, though this would obviously have an impact on price. Only thing a bit odd for me it that you have to turn the fire off at the bottle rather than on the main control. Not necessarily a bad thing since you should turn off at the bottle anyway when you are not using the fire and this forces you to do that. Overall does what is says on the tin.


Wahl ZX643 Travel Kettle, Stainless Steel, 1000 Watt, 0.5 Litre
Wahl ZX643 Travel Kettle, Stainless Steel, 1000 Watt, 0.5 Litre
Price: 12.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Nice little kettle, 10 July 2013
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Nice little kettle, bought originally because we were running on a generator, but now become kettle of choice in kitchen. Makes two cups and doesn't take up much space. Nothing not to like.


A Very British Coup [1988] [DVD]
A Very British Coup [1988] [DVD]
Dvd ~ Ray McAnally

44 of 49 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars More prophesy than entertainment?, 2 April 2005
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A Very British Coup is one of the landmark political dramas. Gripping from the outset. The election of a truly left-wing government and Prime Minister, who are intent on driving through their left-wing (and popular) agenda, scares the establishment into increasingly desperate machinations to discredit the elected representatives and regain control. What makes this drama so compulsive is the plausibility. I have an uneasy feeling that the situation this film portrays is more prophesy than entertainment.


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