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Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (148 of 169)
Location: London
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 14,500 - Total Helpful Votes: 148 of 169
5.0 out of 5 stars This really works!, 6 April 2014
Yes folks, I bought this on Amazon myself and I can vouch for it. I had tendonitis and together with physio it really sped up my recovery (the physio was working, but slow). I am now getting some early Rhumetoid Arthiritis symptoms in my fingers joints. It's too early to tell if it will bring it under complete control but without doubt it provides pain relief and joint mobility. I have tried all the creams and potions and I am telling you, it may not work for absolutely everyone but there is a reason this is rated so highly. Heaven sent!
Novasonic Popular by Novasonic
Novasonic Popular by Novasonic
17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Didn't work for me, 27 Dec 2013
Oh how I wanted this to work for me. I read the reviews and was totally sold. I have had shoulder impingement with an inflamed tendon, one of the indicated conditions. I used the Novasonic for three days and started getting tingling nerve pain. I persevered as the instructions state chronic conditions can become worse before they become better as the presentation reverts back to acute pathology. However on the third night I suffered intense nerve pain in my wrist that caused me to break out into a sweat. Massive doses of Serrapeptase with ibuprofen brought the nerve entrapment somewhat under control but I regret to say it hasn't worked for me. Very disappointed. It actually aggravated my… Read more
Kitchen Craft Potato Chipper with Interchangeable &hellip by Kitchen Craft
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love it!, 2 Dec 2013
Sturdy, well made. Stick it on the worktop, press the lever down so the suction caps adhere to the base and avoids slippage and you're good to go. I used Desiree potatoes (unpeeled). Make sure the potato fits in the space between the plunger and the blade without being too tall or some of the potato will get stuck at the top (cut the potato if necessary). Then slide the plunger forward. The bigger the potato the more effort you need. I work out and it needed some elbow grease for the biggest potatoes but that was me being too lazy to chop a big potato up into smaller chunks. If you don't want to fight the thing, use smaller potato pieces. Also stops the chips flying out the other end due to… Read more