Dan Craggs

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 92% (340 of 369)
Location: South Wales, UK
 

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Pocket Guide to GastrointestinaI Drugs by M. Michael Wolfe
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Firstly, it's important to note the trustworthiness of the material in this book. Whilst only two names appear on the cover, the book lists five pages of contributors from across the medical community and GI specialism.

The book itself is split initially into chapters for the differing sections of the GI system, with subsections covering the various medicine classes. Each subsection is written by the different contributors mentioned above, ensuring that the material is written by those most qualified to do so. There are also sections for parasitic infection, probiotics, antibiotic therapy, and vaccines as they relate to the GI system.

The material is very thorough,… Read more
Rapesco Stapler, Stapling Plier for rapid stapling by Rapesco
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
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You've probably been there. You need to staple a lot of paper, and your stapler isn't up to the job. You squeeze, and a staple lodges itself in the first few sheets and leaves the stapler hanging as a new appendage. You free it eventually from the dented sheet. You open the lid, and the force needed to release the jaw from the staple sends staples flying around the room. You're covered in staples, and your documents are ruined.

Okay probably not, but it's not infeasible. Many staplers just aren't up to the job, and very few can be called heavy duty. Granted you can only go so far with a handheld stapler, but the Porpoise might be as good as you're going to get.

The… Read more
LINDY Universal 5.25 Inch Bay Adapter for ODD/ HDD by Lindy
3.0 out of 5 stars Not terribly well made, 17 Jun 2014
First things first, this does what it says on the tin. After figuring out how the heck to fit a slim ODD into it (hint: use the angled part of the drive), I noticed two things. Firstly, the air grate (?) that comprises the bottom half of the front panel isn't fixed in place. It's held there by friction alone it seems, and any nudge will make it move inwards on one side or the other. To fix this, you either need to open up the PC to push it back from the inside, or use tweezers or similar to pull it back into place. I'll get around to gluing it, I'm sure.

Secondly, the ODD drawer won't close unless it's pushed from a particular part of the chassis. That might be particular to my… Read more

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