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mullion "arts & crafts fan" (Somerset U.K.)

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2 x New Power Meter Energy Monitor Esocket Plug-in KWH Watt Electricity Meter UK
2 x New Power Meter Energy Monitor Esocket Plug-in KWH Watt Electricity Meter UK
Offered by Foglish Electrical
Price: £23.99

2.0 out of 5 stars Un-inteligable manual sheet, 25 May 2014
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Very difficult to use these monitors as the very brief instruction sheet ( badly translated / spelt ) was impossible to understand.
Thus changing modes is unclear or perhaps faulty. Time recording very odd.

However after my complaint / request for a clear instruction sheet, the supplier did apologise and promptly gave a refund of cost.
But no manual !


Cherry Azuro Wireless Optical Mobile Mouse M-305
Cherry Azuro Wireless Optical Mobile Mouse M-305

4.0 out of 5 stars cherry azuro ~ not bad, 17 Mar. 2013
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seems ok so far but a quite different feel to the original apple mouse ~ perhaps we will get used to it.
recessed on/off switch is a little awkward to use as so tiny ( this requires a small fine finger nail or mini screw driver )
we hope that it survives use

otherwise it is well designed and looks very neat ~ at substantially less cost than replacing with an apple mouse
( the latter has lasted a number of years )


Arts and Crafts Master: The Houses and Gardens of M.H. Baillie Scott (Arts & Crafts Master)
Arts and Crafts Master: The Houses and Gardens of M.H. Baillie Scott (Arts & Crafts Master)
by Ian Macdonald-Smith
Edition: Hardcover

5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Houses and Gardens of M.H.Baillie Scott, 11 Jun. 2010
Not yet fully read but seems an excellent book to review the work of a great Arts and Crafts architect.

However although the photo illustrations are generally well taken, appropriate and of good colour quality
in several cases those printed in this copy seem to be slightly off focus and could be crisper.
I feel that this is perhaps a printing quality factor rather than in the original photos.
Maybe a copy from a different print run could be better ?


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