Brett H

34 Years Old and going strong - the MG, not me!
Top Reviewer Ranking: 28
Helpful votes received on reviews: 94% (4,827 of 5,155)
Location: Brighton


Top Reviewer Ranking: 28 - Total Helpful Votes: 4827 of 5155
Vax Air Silence Eco Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner by Vax
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With the new EU regulations designed to save the planet by limiting the size of motors in cleaners, this is one of a lot of new introductions which are claimed by manufacturers to be just as effective at cleaning as their larger motored brethren. This particular model has the new EU label which gives guidance as to energy use, cleaning performance on carpets and hard floors, and dust emissions. It has an A grade out of A-G, but the system is that this rating is self awarded by the manufacturer so is not independently determined.

This machine not only complies with the new regulations, which is for motors to be not more than 1600W, but also the next round to be introduced in… Read more
Rapesco Stapler, Heavy Duty Stapler Zero-01 by Rapesco
5.0 out of 5 stars Impressively Robust, 1 Sep 2014
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This is an impressively robust stapler, measuring some nine inches long. It comes preloaded with 26/6mm staples, but does not come with an additional supply so you will have to buy a packet fairly quickly. It will take other size staples including 26/8mm which are heavier duty and hence will staple bigger bundles of paper. Loading is very easy as the cassette is released by pushing the button to the rear of the stapler.

In action it is claimed to staple up to 20 sheets. I tested it, using the 26/6 staples, on a shopping brochure and it stapled 50 sheets together of this rather thin paper without any difficulty. It appears highly durable and should last for many years. The… Read more
Salad Love: How to Create a Lunchtime Salad, Every&hellip by David Bez
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Salad Love, as the name implies, is fairly single minded in guiding the reader towards a wide variety of different salads. Over 260 to be more specific. Although specified as lunchtime salads I see no particular reason why a salad should be exclusively a lunchtime treat. It is not the most complicated of books since making a salad is hardly the most complicated of procedures. It kicks off with a variety of different ingredients which can be used and then goes on to the specific salads, one page for each with an illustration.

Of course, what goes into a salad is really only limited by your imagination. If your salad making is in a rut and you tend towards the salad, tomato… Read more