1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I wish I had starting using this product years ago.
I have been struggling with an awkward stone wheel based item that needs two hands and difficult to keep clean.
This one will stick like a limpet to granite tops and is smaller than I expected, a couple of swipes and job done.
It often leaves a small deposit of swarf, so knives will wear out quicker but the feeling of 'a job well done' and a razor sharp edge, are worth every penny.
If your still not sure, there is a very funny promotional video on you tube.
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I had been looking to replace my DIY Bosch drills for some time but couldn't find anything to fit the bill until I came across a discounted set of Hitachi drills on Amazon. In the meantime two friends,one diyer and one pro fitter had both recommended the Makita. I had a good look around for the best price which turned out to be about 20 pound more than the Hitachi and bit the bullet.
Comparing li-ion with nicad is chalk and cheese,the lithium is a big step forward,the drills handle well,are just the right size and weight for all those fiddly jobs that you never get round to,the led light looks like a gimmick but has turned out to be useful.
The only minor problem is to leave them… Read more
Why another rehash?
Well it's in the official cd description above. This is a collection that reflects Joni Mitchell's Canadian roots.
As a life long fan... I have to say this cd is worth the price for 'Sharon's Song' alone. The visual imagery is strong, you can feel the breeze on the ferry crossing, the dark edges of despair on the way down the deep and muddy well and hear the angry car door slam at the North Dakota junction.
I am not sure how many times you can hear a song without becoming tired of it, but it hasn't happened yet.
Overall this cd has the look and feel of Hejira, which in my view, was and still is, her best.
I wont go over all the tracks… Read more