D. Small

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 8,679
Helpful votes received on reviews: 95% (127 of 133)
Location: Cannock, Staffordshire
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 8,679 - Total Helpful Votes: 127 of 133
Kitchen Craft Molten Cast Iron Square Grill Pan by Kitchen Craft
5.0 out of 5 stars Stll cooking with it!, 10 July 2014
Almost 4 years since I bought this item (price 20.99 from Amazon s.a.r.l.) and still using it almost every week. I have re-coated it once (brush it with oil and bake it in a very hot oven for 15 minutes or so) when it began to get a little rusty, no doubt because sometimes I get lazy and put it into the dishwasher and don't dry it straight away. It cooks my steaks sausage and chops really well. Much better than my standard fry pan. Of course you can't fry eggs in it because of the ridged bottom so don't throw away your old frying pan! Should it become available on Amazon again, I recommend it.
Black Leather Belt. 30mm Wide. Silver Buckle. Size&hellip Camdenbeltman
The belt I bought is eaxactly the same product from this supplier, it's just that mine has a rectangular buckle and is currenly unavailable, which is why I am posting my review here. I think my belt is a very well made product. The buckle is firmly attached and the leather is thick and supple. I don't think I could buy a better product for the price. The second loop is really useful although it does usually fall off the belt when I take it off the garment, so be careful not to lose it.

Unfortunately I followed the advice about adding 2" to my waistline. Well I take 36" pants which fit fairly snuggly even without a belt, so I ordered a 38" belt only to find I am… Read more
Sharmans Wide Band Multi-Scan Base Scanner Antenna
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I used to have a similar sized Dressler ARA500 antenna for VHF/ UHF, and it worked wonderfully. The Sharmans antenna is very poor in comparison to the Dressler. I tried it in the loft with a short cable run, about 5m of RG58 co-ax, and I also tried it here in my "shack" with an even shorter co-ax. Birmingham airport is barely audible on the Sharmans. This used to romp in on the Dressler. Next I tried the FM broadcast band, 88.0MHz, Heart from Wrexham, which was weak on my Sony FM tuner. (My portable FM radio picks this up very clearly) My cheap Altai indoor "V" antenna outperformed the Sharmans on all frequencies below 300MHz, although not by a huge amount. The Altai… Read more

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