Laurence

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (73 of 80)
Location: London
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 83,061 - Total Helpful Votes: 73 of 80
Bollé Gravity Ski Goggle - Pinstripe Bollé
5.0 out of 5 stars So far so good, 9 Nov 2013
I haven't tried these on the slopes yet, but so far these goggles are really good. I was a little apprehensive when they arrived that they wouldn't fit well with my helmet, as the top of the goggles looks quite high. However they actually fit very very snugly with my Giro G10 helmet, no gap at all.

I haven't managed to see how the Photochromic aspect works, but the Persimmon-Blue colour doesn't look like it would be dark enough for the brightest days. The only negative I have with these goggles is that they pinch my nostrils a tiny bit, but it isn't enough to really bother me.

The goggles look very nicely put together and have a solid feel to them.
Authentic RDX Pro Hand Wraps Bandages, Boxing Glov&hellip RDX
22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
These are good quality hand wraps, slightly elasticated and very long (4.5 metres).

I bought these wraps after purchasing a pair of Everlast boxing wraps from argos. I do most of my product shopping online, however needed a pair that day and stupidly got the measurements wrong. When I tried the Everlast wraps they were far too short (2.5 metres) and barely offered any additional protection. In attempting to wrap my wrist and knuckles, the wraps would end up untidy and slipping off when I removed the gloves.

So I came back to amazon with my tail between my legs and after looking around decided to buy these. First of all, for less than £5 these are great value. I got red… Read more
An Officer and a Gentlewoman: The Making of a Fema&hellip by Heloise Goodley
22 of 26 people found the following review helpful
This book has gotten plenty of praise and rightly so, I devoured it over the course of a week and found it perfectly accessible and compelling. It is unashamedly personal, candid and does give a unique twist to memoirs which have traditionally been male dominated. This in itself is to be commended, but on the whole the book does feel like it just falls short of the high standard set by other military memoirs.

What we have to be enjoyed here is a very frank and detailed account of the training required for a commission in the British army. In terms of its description of the Sandhurst course, I have read nothing else that divulges so much of what the course entails. For potential… Read more

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