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CPR 1200 Number Capacity Nuisance Call Blocker - G&hellip by CPR Global
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Talk to the hand!, 16 Jun 2013
It's been in place for a month now and no nuisance calls have got through; it used to be 1/day. Importantly, legitimate calls are getting through.
It comes with a simple instruction pamphlet, but you really don't need it because it works out of the box, presumably thanks to its library of pre-programmed numbers.

For me, the process was as follows:
1. Go on to BT's web site and sign up for caller-ID, which for most customers should be free.
2. Wait a few days for BT to confirm by email that the service has been enabled.
3. Install the unit by unplugging your phone cable from your phone and plugging it into the 'Line2' socket of the call blocker, and use the… Read more
Panasonic ER-GN30 Nose & Facial Hair Battery Trimm&hellip by Panasonic
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 'ave it, nose hair!, 16 Jun 2013
Possibly that was the best 10 I ever spent. My hair clippers came with a nose trimmer, and they worked OK-ish, but this is the business. It's smaller than the picture inferred; 5.5" long and about 1" diameter at the base. The angled slots in the head mean that no hair escapes the chop. No more unsightly stragglers or perpetual nose-tickling, and no more eye-watering tweezer action. It's ability to deal with facial hair needs a mention too. It's perfect for the far-sides of eyebrows and the una-brow cross the bridge of your nose that your regular shaver can't quite get to. I'm almost looking forward to the hair growing back so that I can show it who's boss again!
3M Peltor Optime I Ear Defenders, Headband, (H510A&hellip by Peltor
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I bought these primarily to protect my ears when working in noisy computer rooms. They take the noise down to a stress-free level and fit neatly and comfortably over my mobile's ear-phones so my colleagues don't have to shout (back in their open-plan office) to be heard.
They work fine also when using a petrol lawn mower and hedge trimmer; so much so that, again, I can wear my headphones and listen to music. Frankly, it's nice taking them off after you've finished what you were doing and having full hearing immediately, rather than going through that period of acclimatization where you're slightly deaf for a period.
I don't know how they'd fare in an industrial environment, but… Read more