W. L. Beacham

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 98% (174 of 177)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 148,414 - Total Helpful Votes: 174 of 177
123 Copy DVD: Gold 2013 (PC) by Bling
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
When I first got the software, the "Copy" part of it did not work. Some of the interface was "greyed out" or missing while other buttons were ineffective and the whole programme would "freeze". I did contact their helpline (I found the staff very helpfull) and it proved to be a known fault that is resolved simply by dragging the bottom of the screen upwards for about an inch - hey presto - it worked! Now I have most things I want under one programme - from being able to change formats to bore relatives in America with my holiday DVDs, to downloading clips from Youtube etc as well as many other features.
Bosch AHS 7000 Pro-T Electric Hedgecutter (70 cm B&hellip by Bosch
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Enter "The Beast"., 23 July 2010
I recently bought a Bosch AHS 48 battery hedgecutter. My property has three types of hedges - privet, conifer and laurel. It did not handle the laurel at all well (see my review), so I put my hand in my pocket and bought it's big brother, the Bosch AHS 7000 Pro T.

This hedgecutter cuts most things with ease, making light work of jobs that had previously taken some considerable time to do. There is some criticism that the hedgecutter is heavy. You would however, expect it to be slightly heavy to handle cutting a laurel hedge as a lighter machine would not be up to the task and merely "bounce off" the surface. I suppose (if I had to admit it), I am "getting on a bit" in years. The… Read more
Bosch AHS 48 cm Lithium Ion Cordless Hedgecutter by Bosch
171 of 173 people found the following review helpful
I have (for my sins), three types of hedges on my property - laurel, conifer and privet. I bought the hedgecutter because of the splendid reviews found on Amazon. My previous Black & Decker (power) hedgecutter had evenually given up the ghost after five years of sterling service. For your information therefore:
1) the battery lasts about an hour before it needs recharging
2) the hedgecutter cuts through privet with ease
3) it struggles a bit with the conifer hedging (taking into account that I would expect it to do so with larger branches)
4) it does not want to know the laurel hedge. Although it makes a valiant attempt to cut the sides, it just "bounces off the top of… Read more

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