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Vax C90-P2-P Power 2 Pet Bagless Cylinder Vacuum
Vax C90-P2-P Power 2 Pet Bagless Cylinder Vacuum

1.0 out of 5 stars Avoid like the plague, 8 Aug. 2012
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This is probably the worst vacuum cleaner ever made. After the first use it completely loses all suction after 5 or so minutes of normal vacuuming as the filters get blocked so you end up spending more time emptying out the bloody thing and cleaning out the filter than you do vacuuming. Vax should refund all those people who bought this piece of junk or even better just withdraw it from the market because they're going to annoy a lot of people with this product. You just wander who works in the design department at Vax. Maybe they let a work experience kid design it. Avoid at all costs.

Saladin: Hero of Islam
Saladin: Hero of Islam
by Geoffrey Hindley
Edition: Paperback
Price: £12.08

9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very good narrative, 15 Dec. 2010
This review is from: Saladin: Hero of Islam (Paperback)
The book provides an excellent narrative of the life and military expeditions of this great general and warrior. I strongly recommend it to anyone who wishes to know more about this man and the politics of that era and time.
However the only downside is that sometimes the narrative can get a bit confusing as you have to juggle with numerous characters at one time and there is no glossary page at the beginning or end of the book detailing who each of the main characters are but once you've got your head around who's who then its a good read. Another thing the author failed to mention is the way Saladin cleansed the city of Jerusalem with rose water when he captured it in 1187 in stark contrast to the crusaders upon their entry to the city in 1099 where they massacred thousands of the city's inhabitants to the extent that the blood flowed in the city. Its a minor detail i know but still its a nice thing to have mentioned. But all in all a great read.

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