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Cateye Bike Bell OH-1100, Black Cateye
I bought this because it is one of the few bells which will fit on larger diameter handlebar tubes. It's a quite loud single "ping" bell - fine for warning pedestrians, horse riders, etc in rural and quiet town situations. Probably not loud enough for serious "urban" use. Easy to fit.
ClimeMET CM9088 Digital Wireless Weather Station -&hellip by ClimeMET
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The original item sent had a fault. The snooze button was stuck in the casing - I've noticed this has happened to other customers.
I returned it, and a replacement was sent by the supplier in a few days. It works fine. The supplier response was very good, including a letter stating the return had been investigated and confirming the fault I had described.
I would give the product and supplier 4 or 5 stars, but the quality of the original item let them both down, hence a 3-star rating.
Employment Tribunal Claims: tactics and precedents by Naomi Cunningham and Michael Reed
Employment Tribunal Claims: tactics and precedents by Naomi Cunningham and Michael Reed
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Essential reading, 18 Oct 2009
For those of us who only make an Employment Tribunal Claim once in a lifetime (hopefully), the whole process is daunting, confusing and opaque. The available help and advice is staggeringly poor, unless of course one spends a fortune on professional legal advice. The playing field certainly doesn't feel like it's level, and it is no wonder that so many people simply give up.
This book fills the gap and is excellent. It explains the process in layman's language, and is stacked with useful advice. It's an absolute must for anyone making an ET claim without legal representation, and extremely useful even for those legally represented or advised.
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