Helpful votes received on reviews: 89% (42 of 47)


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3m Extending water fed upstairs window cleaning Br&hellip by NS
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
I purchased this to replace an ageing squeegy on an aluminium pole that has given me many years of useful service but, alas, is now falling to pieces. There are a number of very similar items to this available on the Amazon site and I opted for this one on the grounds that it appeared slightly more robust than the others, albeit this item was a bit more expensive. Much of the criticism aimed at the alternative products seemed to centre on their flimsy nature and a tendency to leak. This item appears to be reasonably well-made but nevertheless did still leak. I have managed to stop most of the leakage by ensuring the various joints are more securely tightened but be prepared to get wet… Read more
4.0 out of 5 stars Merrell Moab Ventilator Walking Shoes, 8 Aug 2013
As someone who regularly walks about a mile to work and back each day, I wanted a pair of comfortable walking shoes that would cushion my feet and also look respectable such that I wouldn't feel the need to change into something different during the day. In that sense, these walking shoes are ideal. They are well-made, very comfortable and provide just the right amount of support to the feet. As someone else commented, they are not really waterproof and, as I have discovered, if one is caught out in a heavy downpour then expect to get wet feet! Under normal circumstances though, they are sufficiently water-resistant and have the advantage of good ventilation such that ones feet do not… Read more
Digital Thermometer In Silver Inside / Outside Tem&hellip by Unknown
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Digital Thermometer, 17 Mar 2011
Whe I purchased this I was not expecting a superbly-accurate thermometer but simply a 'fun' device that would give some indication of the outside temperature when out in the car. In that respect I have not been disappointed, the thermometer does 'what it says on the tin'. The external temperature probe does have to be quite carefully positioned in order to avoid being affected by heat from the car's engine or exhaust. However, once a suitable spot has been found, the sensor can be quite firmly attached to the car body using the adhesive backing present. I wasn't willing to start drilling holes in the car bodywork in order to position the sensor outside and so resorted to threading the… Read more