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Top Reviewer Ranking: 119 - Total Helpful Votes: 7585 of 8708
Breville Pick & Mix Stand and Hand Mixer, Strawber&hellip by Breville
4.0 out of 5 stars Middle Ground, 25 Jun 2014
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The first decision for this product is likely to be just how seriously are you planning to take it's use?
If you are heavily into baking and cooking in general then perhaps the extra money spent on a Kenwood or Kitchen Aid device will pay dividends.
If these are a bit expensive then for a tenner or so more you can get an Andrew James that can take Kitchen Aid utensils and would provide an excellent tool.
If however you dabble now & then, also want the ability to detach the mixer & use as a hand whisk and are attracted by colours that may match your kitchens decor then this may be just about right for you.
The 300W motor is not going to really challenge the 1000-1500W… Read more
Wallander Collected Films 27-32 (The Final Season)&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Krister Henriksson
7 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Goodbye Kurt, 25 Jun 2014
It seemed as if fans of TV's finest police series were going to be left with just the first 3 series of Krister Henriksson's masterful portrayal of the thoughtful & hapless Wallander.
Although many of the stories had barely a nod in the direction of Henning Mankell's original novels they maintained a respectful degree of accuracy to the author's original creation and the plots and characters never strayed far from his intent.

With this 4th & final series we see Kurt returned a man in decline. As in Mankell's final Wallander novel he discovers the awful truth that, like his father, he is going to be overrun by Alzheimers and we sadly see his early deterioration. This is not… Read more
"Doctor Who": Daleks - The Mutation of Time (Class&hellip by John Peel
4.0 out of 5 stars A Story of Two Halves, 24 Jun 2014
This story follows on from one of the best Doctor Who audiobooks I've ever heard, 'Mission to the unknown'.
In that, ( I recommend you listen to that 1st as not only is it superb but it does help explain a lot of what is going on here), the Doctor and his companions are up against the Daleks efforts to control time using something called Taranium which they get from a duplicitous Earth president along with help from a gang of nefarious Galactic rulers all convened on a planet called Kemble.
The Doctor steals the element & he and his chums set off in the TARDIS with the grumpy dustbins in hot pursuit.

This story at first appears to have completely forgotten that plot and… Read more

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