William Smith

Top Reviewer Ranking: 6,818
Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (331 of 384)
Location: Cheshire


Top Reviewer Ranking: 6,818 - Total Helpful Votes: 331 of 384
Golds Gym Traditional Dumbbell Gold's Gym
4.0 out of 5 stars Well Balanced Dumbbells, 14 July 2014
Had mine several years and they're the best dumbbells I've owned.
The combination of thick, heavy bar with spheres on the end (flattened underneath to stop roll) spreads the weight more evenly and makes for a well balanced, inherently stable dumbbell. Even for smaller hands the thicker bar isn't an issue and they always feel secure when exercising.
The rough finish is poor but doesn't detract from the product's intrinsic good qualities and performance.
Definitely recommended.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Keep on Tracking, 1 Jan 2014
Suitable for short and medium walks over tracks, paths, pavement etc. Good ankle support for fabric boots and generally comfortable. Sole wear and grip average for this price of boot, sole rigidity good. Fairly waterproof but a coat of Nikwax spray gave a significant improvement. Sizes a bit tight so consider going one larger. Laces self destruct in short order.
Overall, two months in and satisfied so far.
Another Life [2001] [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Natasha Little
Another Life [2001] [DVD] DVD ~ Natasha Little
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Doesn't do Justice, 21 Nov 2013
Someone will make a good film about this contentious murder case one day, this isn't it.
The key elements in the case are: The controversial nature of the trial and resulting convictions; Mrs Thompson's letters; and the two accused's totally contrasting behaviour in court, i.e. her self-serving dishonesty and Bywaters' nobility (this in turn contrasted with his vicious murder of Percy Thompson). Instead, in this 2001 film version, the love triangle element is heavily overplayed and badly played in the cases of the male leads, who are also miscast. Nick Moran's performance as Mr Thompson is amateurish and crass. Natasha Little however does a fair job as Edith Thompson and the film looks… Read more