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Samsonite Inova Spinner 55/20 U91001 48249 by Samsonite
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Catwalk luggage., 24 July 2014
Love this case! It's made from a hard but not rock solid material with the appearance but not the weight of brushed aluminium and is therefore both tough and light. The handle feeds out and retracts effortlessly unlike some of the cheaper cases where they often get stuck and wont go back down. It is a true 'spinner' in that the wheels fully rotate such that the case can be pushed or pulled along both lengthways and sideways without ever having to physically turn it - great for small spaces like plane aisles. Does not snap shut which is unusual for a hard sided case, but has a pair of thick nylon zips that pull all the way round then lock down in the top position. There is a combi lock and… Read more
Edwin Jagger DE86 Imitation Ebony Double Edge Safe&hellip by Edwin Jagger
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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The Edwin Jagger DE86 appears to be part of a line up of shaving equipment with a retro look and quality feel. This double edged safety version carries on that theme. It feels weighty in the hand but still pleasant to use. The mechanism for fitting the blades is simple for anyone familiar with these razors from the past. Twist the bottom and the top releases allowing you to drop in a blade. Annoyingly the unit doesn't come with blades supplied and finding this style of blade these days is not simple.

In use it reminds me why blade technology has moved on in the last thirty years. Modern razors just do the job better. The mobile heads that fit your facial contours are absent here… Read more
Tipping Point by Barnstorm Games
Tipping Point by Barnstorm Games
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Gentle fun, 25 Jun 2014
Strangely addictive game in which you have to answer questions correctly in order to win the right to put coins into the penny falls. It's based on both the arcade game you may have played at the seaside as a child and the TV programme currently airing. There are multi player versions which frankly are undecipherable - its not clear whether you are playing the computer or operating all the players yourself in rotation, but the one player version is thankfully easier to follow and a lot of fun. The questions list is exhausted pretty quickly with repeats coming round after just a few weeks of play but it's surprising how difficult it is to remember previously revealed answers when playing… Read more