R. F. Stevens

Hall of Fame Reviewer - 2014
Are Owls as wise as reputed?
Top Reviewer Ranking: 15
Helpful votes received on reviews: 96% (5,499 of 5,752)
Location: Ickenham UK



Top Reviewer Ranking: 15 - Total Helpful Votes: 5499 of 5752
Aqua Optima Juno Jug with Anti Bacteria Water Filt&hellip by Aqua Optima
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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The jug has four components, the main jug, the filter carrier, the filter itself, and the lid with its two flappy covers - one filler, one pourer. It is not suggested as being suitable for a dishwasher, with the cleaning instructions referring to hand-washing and soft cloths.

Positive points.
1. The instructions are simple but sufficient, and it is essential to follow them, paying attention to the initial cleaning of the various plastics and the preparation and flushing of the filter.
2. The filtered water has a neutral non-taste, unlike that from the tap, which implies the carbon filter is working properly.
3. It fits the milk-bottle tray in the door of our… Read more
4 Ton Heavy Duty Ratchet Axle Stands - Lifetime Wa&hellip by SGS Engineering
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
These JSR2 axle stands are rated at 2 Tons each, and are very nicely made from thick steel for the base and heavy castings for the ratchet column. The 4 Tons relates to the total weight the pair can carry.

When fully closed down (with the optional extra fitted rubber pads on top) they just go under the jacking points on the sills of both my cars, but when extended allow the previously jacked-up car to be securely held high enough for safe and easy access underneath. The ratchet mechanism is brilliant for quick setting and release, and with the Safety peg inserted there will not be any inadvertent release.

My pair of these came direct from SGS as part of the package… Read more
2 Ton Low Profile Trolley Jack, Case, Pad & Axle S&hellip by SGS Engineering
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
If one plans to change the wheel sets on the car to be appropriate for each winter and summer, then a handy trolley jack makes things so very much quicker and safer than fiddling about with the dodgy scissor jack supplied with the car. It could be down to just a few minutes for each corner if one also has the right tools for the wheel nuts and a hard level surface, preferably smoothly painted concrete, to stand it all on.

This trolley jack works as well as any other except for the operating lever having far too much slop, about a quarter of the lever travel is wasted when trying to raise the jack, and this is specifically why it lost a star. I have made some small changes to it… Read more