Julie Cutler

Cave Leonem
Top Reviewer Ranking: 362
Helpful votes received on reviews: 95% (3,130 of 3,291)
In My Own Words:
Ch-ch-ch-changes! Great to be back in Newford Haven!

My mommy said there are no monsters, no real ones , But there are. Why do they tell little kids that?

Ultimately this infinite number of monkeys experiment has gone wrong....they aren't typing out the works of Shakespeare, they're acting out Titus Andronicus in full global virtual glory. ( Hint! One of the really nasty ones). I blame everythin… Read more

World music, really hot geology, birds, bunnies, tropical and marine fishy wishes, trying to prove to Tony and Ted that I really can run a huge allotment, truth, MS programming, neat tools, anywhere but here, red hatting, trying to find a reason to l… Read more

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 362 - Total Helpful Votes: 3130 of 3291
Ryobi LLCDI18022 18V One Plus 2-Speed Hammer Drill&hellip by Ryobi
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Thumbs up from me. I am a long term fan of the Ryobi One plus system. Nice compact drill that is SOOOO obvious how it works. 3 settings for drill, hammer drill and screw-driving. Two speeds, keyless chuck, fantastically obvious huge torque dial on the business end. Two Li-ion batteries (which are incredibly light, and also much improved in the way they release from the drill body) come with a charger. There's a reasonably sturdy bag which will fit some other tool too (though nothing too big- maybe at least a worklight and a few packs of bits). The drill on its own does feel quite heavy though- I think this is because it is a fairly compact so the balance is a little odd for my little girly… Read more
Philips GC2048/80 Easyspeed Steam Iron with 120g S&hellip by Philips
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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Nice smooth soleplate with acute pointy bit for awkward corners. My real appreciation of this iron is the very clever way the power cord is attached to the iron body through a rotating joint. I don't know about you folks, but I've had two irons where the cord started to alarmingly fray around this joint, so this looks a much safer option. You can use it with tapwater (although you need to dilute this with deionised in the hardest water areas). To be frank, I've never pampered my irons, so they've always had tapwater.
To fill, the hinge on the compartment at the top flips to the side. You're supposed to flip the setting to no steam and keep an eye on the max line marked on the water… Read more
Ring Automotive RCT3 Glovebox Kit by Ring Automotive
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For the price the quality is fairly decent. This solid shelled pack is full of the things that you need in an emergency. You would need to extract the emergency hammer/seatbelt cutter to shove somewhere accessible (in the hopefully unlikely event you need it, , you don't want to be scrabbling in a glovebox looking for it. I like the gel pack handwarmer (which you can re jig in a pan of water afterwards). The rain poncho, gloves and plasters are the sort of things that you need ONCE suddenly. I've bought several similar led torches to litter around my flat- they are great for a restricted use.

When you've lost your decent ice scraper and torch under the seats and are looking for… Read more