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Tacwise 1187 16ga/ 45 Finish Nailer Nail Gun by Tacwise
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Tacwise are a quality name in the field of affordable, mid priced staplers and nail guns, and this dedicated nail gun is no exception. Firing 20-45mm 16G nails it's designed to be used with wood - the 16G nails won't penetrate concrete or brickwork.

It's easy to load and as a safety feature it won't accidentally fire nails into the air. You won't find a capable cordless nail gun at this price range from any manufacturer, so the fact that this gun has a cable is perfectly acceptable.

All in all this is a good quality, affordable nail gun mainly for use with wood, and easy to load.
Rotring RO800+ 0.5mm HB Mechanical Pencil with Sty&hellip by Rotring
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I've used a lot of automatic pencils in my time and for me the two most important attributes of an automatic pencil are A) a comfortable grip, and B) weight. Some of the best automatic pencils I've ever used have been cheap, featherlight plastic ones with a soft, chunky grip.

While this Rotring RO8000+ may not have a soft plastic grip it makes up for it with a rough, matt black exterior - it's fairly comfortable and won't be slipping from your grip no matter how sweaty your hands get, although visually it's an acquired taste.

For me however this RO800+ is a tad too heavy and in fact often feels top heavy, giving the impression, rightly or wrongly, that it's affecting… Read more
Kingston Technology MobileLite G4 USB 3.0 Multi Ca&hellip by Kingston
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This may only be a humble little card reader, but as card readers go, it's a very fast one, transferring files at warp speed compared to some others I've used. It's USB 3.0 compatibility means that theoretically it should be able to transfer data more than 10 times faster than USB 2 (if your device has a USB 3.0 port, obviously).

Size-wise it's a tad bigger/chunkier than I expected, but that hopefully means that it's harder to lose, and besides, it weighs hardly anything. As humble little card readers go, it's a good 'un.