SpaceRanger

 
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (173 of 190)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,283 - Total Helpful Votes: 173 of 190
USA Gear Rugged DSLR Camera Holster Case Protector&hellip by Accessory Power
Item arrived today - I made the right choice! I recently purchased a Canon 70D - it came with a standard 18-55mm Lens - fine for now, more lens' will come in the future - but as a novice, this lens works fine for me to get used to the settings and camera.
I was keeping the camera wrapped up in a shemagh inside my MaxPed Lunada - great little bag for the camera bits for now. But I wanted something better - saw a few Neoprone ones, looked ok, but this one was the only one that had 70D in its description.
I've just tried it - brought the camera to work and the case arrived 20 mins ago - and it fits like a glove. Its almost tight - but its not, and as its made from similar materials… Read more
UNDER ARMOUR Original 6in Men's Boxerjock, Navy, L Under Armour
5.0 out of 5 stars UA 9inch BoxerJock, 19 Aug 2014
I am doing a ToughMudder run in October and wanted to get some UA Leggins and these Boxers to aid with support / protection and comfort. The boxers are great - not owned a pair before so cant comment on materials, but for me they are really comfy. Good material and a good length as well. I went with the 9inch so they come a fair way down the leg - they do rise a bit when your wearing them, more so if doing squats etc, but nothing that will get in the way - and under the UA Compression Leggins I have, I dont think they will move that much at all.

Size wise - im 6'1 and 15.5 stone - not fat, but there is some weight on me. I found these were very good fitting - got a large size and… Read more
BabyDan Multidan Extending Metal Safety Gate (Whit&hellip by BabyDan
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Extending Safety Gate, 7 April 2014
Needed a much larger than normal Baby Gate as the entrance to our stair case is much wider than your average. This seemed to be a good option.

It was straight forward to put together, you asses the width and fix the two panels together. Then insert each of the bolts into the correct place on the frame and tighten - these are your locating bolts that fix to the brackets on the wall.

I then offered up the pivot side first, side B I think - approx where needed to get a rough idea - using the template which was great, I stuck this to the wall with some masking tape making sure it was aligned and then drilled my first 4 holes. I fixed the brackets on the wall and then stuck… Read more

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