A. Marczak

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I like Amazon a lot. I try to write fair reviews, though maybe I don't have the writing flair. What do you reckon?

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 511 - Total Helpful Votes: 1271 of 1457
Oral-B Braun CrossAction Replacement Rechargeable &hellip by Oral-B
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A big multi pack of brush heads for the whole family to use, compatible with many of the Oral B brushes, and clearly labelling on the back the ones that are not compatible. These have done me well as an all round brush and if you have more than one brush, or more than one person, then this is good value
Nest Protect Smoke PlusCarbon Monoxide, Battery S2&hellip by Nest
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The Internet Of Things is something you'll hear a lot over the next year. The idea that everyday household objects are all connected to the internet means that you can control and be notified by equipment in your house, so you can turn lights on and off, turn heating up and down, and in this case be alerted to smoke and carbon monoxide.

Modern gas boilers require a CO monitor anyway, so this is likely to replace or go alongside existing monitors. The device itself doesn't need the internet to work as a smoke detector or CO monitor, but it's the addition of the internet that gives the extra comfort. Synchronise with your phone (there's an app of course) and you can be notified of… Read more
Pixie Lott ~ Pixie Lott
Pixie Lott ~ Pixie Lott
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Back With A Bang, 4 Aug 2014
As X Factor wannabes come and go, it's refreshing that there are still young, talented artists like Pixie Lott still producing the goods. It's singers like Pixie, Duffy, and Paloma Faith that show that it's possible to sustain a music career for more than fifteen minutes if you pick the right songs and the right collaborators.

After enlisting Stevie Wonder and John Legend on the last album, this is more of a personal grown-up affair. Opener "Nasty" stood out to me as a Christina Aguilera song even before I realised that's exactly what it was, and there was a point where I was ticking off the genres - break up song, check, Motown uplifter, check, BBC montage anthem, check… Read more