J. Keen

Helpful votes received on reviews: 94% (16 of 17)
Location: England


Top Reviewer Ranking: 511,439 - Total Helpful Votes: 16 of 17
Camelbak Podium Hydration Bottle Camelbak
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I love this bottle. I bought my own as I had borrowed my husband's, and he wouldn't let me steal it. The most impressive thing about it is that the water tastes like water, not horrible and plasticky or musty, as it so often does when you put it in a normal plastic sports bottle. I love the spout - it's brilliant - no spills, and the bottle is squeezey, which makes it perfect for grabbing a quick drink mid workout or while running. It's also a good size. I'm also taking it to work with me and finding that I'm drinking a lot more water as a consequence. If you need a sports bottle, or just something to throw in your bag to make sure you stay hydrated, this is it!! Delivery was also… Read more
Duronic KS1009 Super Slim Sleek Design Digital Dis&hellip by Duronic
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I bought these scales after my digital Salter scales died. Unfortunately, these also died on me after 3 months of purchase. Having said that, I have returned them for a replacement, and Duronic have been reasonably helpful. Here's why I decided to get another set of these scales rather than going for another brand or version:

The price - I paid more for my Salter scales and they didn't last very long. I don't have a great deal of faith that any electronic kitchen scales last very long, so I'd rather pay less for them. I do a lot of baking - make all of my own bread - so I don't want to be constantly shelling out for new scales.

The service - when the scales… Read more
Salter Slim Design Electronic Platform Kitchen Sca&hellip by Salter
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Failed within a year, 3 April 2012
I loved this product to start with - it is slim, compact, and very easy to use. But the other day it started to give completely inaccurate readings. Butter is one of those things you don't really have to weigh unless you're being very precise, as you can judge by eye, but for some reason I thought I'd stick approximately 60 grams of it it on the scales. The reading I got was 235 grams, which was patently completely wrong. Replaced the battery, no use - same incorrect reading. Pretty annoyed as I already had something in the oven which I then knew was not going to turn out the way it ought to have done - complete waste of ingredients.

These scales are going in the bin and the… Read more

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