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ThermaCare Therapeutic Heat Wraps for Pain Relief &hellip by ThermaCare
5.0 out of 5 stars Very Effective Help, 25 Nov 2013
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I often seem to suffer from muscular problems in my neck & upper back, so I tend to use heat wrap type products quite a lot. These Thermacare wraps are my favourites. They can be worn either on clothing or directly on the skin (which I prefer), although the latter option is not recommended by the makers if you are over 55. Other wraps I have used cannot be worn overnight or on the skin. I have always found them to be effective in helping relieve discomfort & speeding up healing.

Based on my personal experiences over a long period of time they are well worth the money.
AA 3W Cree LED Zoom Torch by AA
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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So this torch is an LED one taking 3 AAA batteries. It claims the batteries last for over 10 hours & boasts a range of 140 metres. You can zoom it from flood to spot & back again easily.

It has a nice chunky feel to it & seems quite robust. The light is very bright indeed (don't shine it in anyone's eyes) & it has a superb range in reality. Now it is admittedly virtually twice the price of a Mini Maglite, but the Maglite can't compare with the Cree's power.

All in all I like it and if it lives up to the apparent toughness & the claimed battery life, then I consider it worth the asking price.
Emjoi Micro Pedi Man by Emjoi
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very Effective!, 20 Oct 2013
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I have for some time now tried a variety of solutions for the painful calluses on the soles of my feet. I have tried Salicylic Acid i.e. corn removal plasters, Bazooka, etc. I have tried Potassium Hydroxide. These have has little or no effect. So the opportunity to test the Micro Pedi Man was too good to miss.

It is a small lightweight device, running off 2 AA batteries. It is simple to operate - you press & push up the button & apply the rapidly spinning abrasive cylinder to the area of hard skin for a couple of seconds at a time. What appears to come off looks like talcum powder but it is actually hard skin. Afterwards you flick another button to remove the cylinder & clean it… Read more

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