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Tacwise 1187 16ga/ 45 Finish Nailer Nail Gun by Tacwise
5.0 out of 5 stars Robust and Easy to Use, 12 Sep 2014
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Arriving in a rugged and practical carry case, this Tacwise 1187 nail gun comes with a small collection of spares to get things started. The flex is a good length and is located well so that it hangs down and away from you whilst in use. The reservoir is easy to load and the gun drives the nails cleanly into timber with a relatively light kickback. The gun is comfortable to use and the brightly coloured plastic makes it pretty hard to miss if you are liable to misplacing your tools.
AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015 Essentials: Autod&hellip by Scott Onstott
4.0 out of 5 stars A Good Learning Choice, 12 Sep 2014
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Autodesk has a reputation for excellent products that can be difficult to master and AutoCAD falls into this catergory comfortably.

The book is broken down into convenient and easily digested chapters and is liberally illustrated with a number of colour images. The text attempts to make the terminology simpler to follow, although there is still room for improvements as there is an assumption that the reader has some basic knowledge. For the most part the text walks you through the exercises, and whilst I personally find the graphics a little small, they are helpful and help illustrate the text well.

Overall this is a good choice if you are looking to get to grips… Read more
IMEDEEN Hair and Nails by Imedeen
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Sounds like Snake Oil, 9 Sep 2014
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Imedeen makes some remarkable claims and touts a number of ingredients that are aimed to improve the condition of your hair and nails.

First on the list is Biotin, which is another name for Vitamin H (also known as Vitamin B7), it is produced in more than sufficient levels quite naturally by the bacteria that live in the human digestive tract and there is no known connection between Biotin levels and the condition of your hair and nails.

Silica is believed to have some benefit for healthy bones, but again no direct link has been proven to suggest any link to the condition of your hair and nails.

Zinc is good for a number of things in the human body,… Read more

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