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Merrell Intercept, Men's Lace-Up Outdoor Cross Trainer Shoes - Moth Brown, 11 UK
Merrell Intercept, Men's Lace-Up Outdoor Cross Trainer Shoes - Moth Brown, 11 UK
Price: £50.00

4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars, 21 Oct. 2015
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Comfortable. I like Merrell shoes. This is the second pair of this design


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2.0 out of 5 stars Had reasonably high expectations about these. Bought five packs ..., 21 Oct. 2015
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Had reasonably high expectations about these. Bought five packs of five bulbs, and have used twelve in my apartment. At least 50% of these flicker badly. Very disappointing


Berghaus Men's Explorer Trek Hiking Boot Navy/Grey 80022N10 10 UK
Berghaus Men's Explorer Trek Hiking Boot Navy/Grey 80022N10 10 UK

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2.0 out of 5 stars These boots are very disappointing, 27 Oct. 2014
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Bought my second pair of Explorer boots in April 2014 - the first pair were great - and have to say they are very disappointing. Berghaus describe this as a 3 season boot. Given the vagaries of the British climate, I cannot agree. Despite the fact that they are cleaned after use and sprayed regularly with a spray suitable for this type of boot, they let in moisture incredibly quickly. Even walking through a bit of wet grass will result in damp socks.

They are very comfortable, but I would treat as a one season dry terrain boot. If you do, you won't be disappointed.


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not a patch on the original, 18 Oct. 2014
The original pair of Explorer gtx boots were great and super comfortable. And reasonably waterproof too. So I bought a second pair twelve months ago. The quality is no longer there and they just don't seem as durable. The stitching is already splitting on the inside. But the worst aspect is that you can guarantee that your feet will be damp after walking through just a bit of wet grass. Really disappointed. Only really suitable as a one season dry terrain boot. I won't be buying a third pair.


100 Journeys For the Spirit: Sacred * Inspiring * Mysterious * Enlightening (Travel Guides)
100 Journeys For the Spirit: Sacred * Inspiring * Mysterious * Enlightening (Travel Guides)
by Michael Ondaatje
Edition: Hardcover

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good, but the photos let it down, 10 Dec. 2010
A very decent read. But maybe I was wishing for photography of the National Geographic standard, which I'm afraid it's not in many cases.


Conquerors of Time: Exploration and Invention in the Age of Daring
Conquerors of Time: Exploration and Invention in the Age of Daring
by Trevor Fishlock
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £25.00

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tremendous, 10 Dec. 2010
I bought this at the local book fair, and it's proving to be a jewel of the very highest lustre. As a book about adventure and daring-do, it's absolutely first class. And as a trusty companion on those daily commutes to work, it serves as a tremendous bulwark against the modern day tedium that inevitably awaits.


Business Process Change: A Guide for Business Managers and BPM and Six Sigma Professionals (The MK/OMG Press)
Business Process Change: A Guide for Business Managers and BPM and Six Sigma Professionals (The MK/OMG Press)
by Paul Harmon
Edition: Paperback

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Hugely disappointing, 29 Oct. 2010
I had high hopes, after reading all of the favourable reviews that this was going to be a really enlightening read on understanding and implementing strategic business change. I've been hugely disappointed.

It's so, so verbose and bloated, like someone who has spent too long on the conference circuit eating endless courses of rubber chicken. I was looking for the priceless golden nuggets, but instead found nothing more than the very occasional tiny golden fleck.

A picture often paints a thousand words. But the diagrams in the book are amongst the poorest that I've seen, almost to the point of appearing amateurish in presentation. The one case study is just plain weak. And frankly, the large section at the back of the book about different product offering is nothing more than shameless padding.

Save your money - there'll be resources on the net that are far, far better.


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