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Philips HairClipper HC5450/83 with DualCut Technol&hellip by Philips
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The clippers come in a good sturdy plastic case which has a nicely designed cardboard sleeve on it that gives product details and some advertising blurb. It was the advertising blurb on the packaging that first got my attention too. There was a claim on there that the clippers cut twice as fast. Twice as fast as what? I had to search around for the small print that said twice as fast as the previous model. Um, okay. That was a really useful detail that wasn't any help to me at all but still, I can't blame Philips for trying. The instruction booklet is in the classic Philips pictographs/hieroglyphics too.

The clippers themselves are a nice size in the hand and are really… Read more
Sennheiser G4ME ZERO PC Gaming Headset - White by Sennheiser
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Sennheiser know how to pull out all the stops when they want to, and for the G4ME ZERO headset they pretty much have. The headset comes packaged in a very nice box, with a luxurious travel case included in case you like to keep things tidy if you travel to LAN events and so on. Because yes, this headset is marketed as being for 'pro gamers'.

The headset itself is well thought out and well constructed. The ear cups are large enough to fit right around the ears and form a seal against your skin which significantly reduces outside noise, but as a trade off will give you the same kind of experience of hearing your own voice that you get when talking under water. The most obvious… Read more
Designing and Conducting Business Surveys (Wiley S&hellip by Ger Snijkers
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The book is mostly written in a clear and dry-ish academic style, which is no bad thing. It's not a 'fun' teach yourself survey design and stats type of book, and nor is it a simplified 'do this and you will get easy results' recipe style tome. Rather the book sets out to give a grounding in the current (academic) literature mixed with some tips or feedback from real life practice. As such the authors have done a very good job of doing what they set out to do. You get good overview coverage of the survey process from start to finish, from specifying the need for information through evaluation and planning for further activities after the process has been completed. That does of course… Read more

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