The Com

"The Com"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 74% (110 of 149)
Location: South Coast


Top Reviewer Ranking: 47,430 - Total Helpful Votes: 110 of 149
Canon MG5350 Pixma Inkjet All-In-One Airprint A4 P&hellip by Canon
Great printer, looks good, is quiet, easy to set up and I especially love the wireless printing capability (even prints from iPad after a bit of faffing, downloading etc to make the initial set up) but as usual the true cost of ownership is in the aftermarket ink supply - a pack of genuine Canon inks is the the thick end of £50 per set and for which I would consider 'normal' family use that's going to be at least every 3-4 months or so. (Personally I've abandonded trying to use the cheap refills for inkjets as they have wrecked at least one previous machine).
Bollé Slide Helmet Visor soft white with grey flas&hellip Bollé
Have been skiing with a group of guys for many years and by 2013 four out of eight were wearing crash helmets. My mate bought the black version of this for 2013 which I was quite taken with and so for 2014 I went out and bought (pre Schmacher) the white version. Used it twice this season as I was lucky enough to have two ski holidyas, one in Jan one in Feb, skiied in all conditions and can quite honestly say this helmet is the business and is a long-term addition to my ski equipment. Comfortable and very light; flip up visor is a great option, as is the ability to change visor between the mirror shade look and the orange filter for low light, or to remove the visor altogether and use with… Read more
Outback Omega 250 Gas Barbecue including Cover and&hellip by Outback
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
First foray into gas barbecuing and didn't want to go for the £600 four burner 'mega' type option immediately as we didn't know really how much we'd use it compared to the old faithful charcoal kettle, so I plumped for this smaller alternative as a starter.... Arrived very promptly, generally well packaged although the tin tray that fits at the base was distorted by the weight of the main unit sitting on it in transit; that was soon straightened out and assembly took about 75mins altogether. Assembly requires care and a bit of thought but a 10m spanner/socket and a standard screwdriver are all that's required. Bought a cheap gas bottle from homebase - the usual 20% off everything this… Read more