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Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,327 - Total Helpful Votes: 252 of 334
Colgate A1500 ProClinical Rechargeable Electric To&hellip by Colgate
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This is a great product. Iíve been using its ďautoĒ option, which basically makes the brush automatically move at three different speeds depending on the angle you are holding it at. One speed is used for brushing the sides of your teeth, one for the top/bottom, and one for brushing along the gumline.

Included in the packaging are three brush heads: two normal, and one for sensitive teeth. It is quite rigorous, so I thought I would need the sensitive brush, but I soon got used to it. My teeth feel very clean afterwards. I would say that this is better than my previous electric toothbrush which only had one speed and doesnít seem as thorough. It also comes with a plastic travel… Read more
Ring Automotive RCT3 Glovebox Kit by Ring Automotive
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As an emergency kit it is pretty neat, a nice compact package. The emergency envisaged seems to be a cold weather emergency, with hand warmer, ice scraper included. The emergency hammer/seatbelt cutter is one of those tools you imagine might be useful in other ways too, but adhesive plasters?, hardly emergency material, unless you panic at the sight of a small cut that can be covered by a small plaster. Surface cleaning wipes - to wipe away blood? A bit of a mish mash of items but the hammer and seatbelt cutter is one of those gadgets you would like to have in your car, having been introduced to it Emoji

Of course there is a poncho and a torch too, maybe in case you need to… Read more
AmazonBasics 7-Inch Black Sleeve for Nexus 7 / Kin&hellip by AmazonBasics
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Not sure how much this will be selling for, but it is a basic, padded, functional Kindle wallet/holder. It is made of a springy cloth/polyurethane (?) material -Neoprene - with a polyester-with-cotton texture. It zips up, rather like a toiletries bag.

Whilst it won't protect your Kindle from hard knocks, it will cushion an accidental drop. It is more of a dust cover to protect your screen when not in use, or inside your bag.

If your Kindle already has a cover - as mine does - the Kindle will still just about fit in (or, at least it does for a slimline Origami-protected one). However, you won't be able to do up the zip!

Another disadvantage is you have to… Read more

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