R. D. Wiseman

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 92% (95 of 103)
Location: Nottingham UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 156,753 - Total Helpful Votes: 95 of 103
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I saw this version of the Prince and the Pauper when it was first broadcast. I enjoyed it greatly then, and was so pleased to find it now available on DVD. As others have said, this is very well produced. I even love the opening titles and music.

If you are looking for something that Modern historians would regard as 'authentic', then I doubt that this is it. But who cares? I must have watched this a dozen times now. Go for it.
G9 LED SMD 2 Watt COOL White 240V Equal to 20 - 25&hellip by lighTree
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
LED technology has finally reached a point where it is viable for househould lighting. We are using these in a 6-head fitting. Because of their compact size, they fit happily inside the glass fittings. Moreover, they give out a very convincing light, well up to the 6 x 25w of the originals. And they all worked fine from the off. Reviewers of other LED lights have found the life-expectancy disappointing. Too early to comment on these ones.

The light quality will be a matter of personal taste. The old halogens these are replacing are noticably more yellow. The LEDs look more like natural daylight. We are very happy with these, and will probably replace all our halogen lights with… Read more
Philips QT4050 Turbovac Rechargeable Vacuum Beard &hellip by Philips
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I am a Phillips fan, and this is my 3rd Phillips beard trimmer. The earlier ones were cheaper and more basic. And this one is certainly every bit as good when trimming the beard using the length guide attachment. It is really nice too, that you have 18mm to play with on the length. Much more scope than on my older (now defunct) models.

The big disappointment comes when you take the length guide attachment off and try to trim the edges of your beard or moustache. The cutting blade is buried in the shape of the trimmer, so that it is not prominent enough to use safely to trim edges. It is very clumsy to use, and virtually means you have to own another trimmer (or scissors) to trim… Read more

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