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2.0 out of 5 stars Hmm...not sure!, 3 Jan. 2014
Bought these as we have the kettle and toaster and thought why not! The knives are fine, they are sharp and seem reasonable quality for the money, the one problem is the knife block. Its hollow steel construction and short knife guides means that every time you put a knife back in it, the things rattles and scrapes and sounds like a biscuit tin being dropped! Not cool Mr Morphys and Mrs Richards!!! Binned the block and used an old wooden one in the end due to the horrendousnous of said noise! If you don't mind it being tinny then get and buy it, but don't expect it to be quiet!!


Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G VR Lens
Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G VR Lens
Offered by ORANGE VALUE INC
Price: £182.89

384 of 408 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't believe everything you read!!, 8 Oct. 2011
I bought this 55-300mm lens for my sports photography and in particular rugby, a fast paced sport which is mostly played in low light, rain, snow and other unfavourable conditions. As a Nikon D5000 owner I have read multiple reviews stating deficiencies in the camera (99% of which are completely baseless and the consumer lenses such as the 55-200mm (which I own and upgraded from only due to needing that bit more range). I shot this Saturday's game in super low light rain storm and got 452 perfectly excellent (extremely quickly and efficiently focussed) photographs! to those who think this lens won't work for them in daytime sports or landscapes or any other scenario, forget it.. It's a great lens and if you don't think you will go FX anytime soon (£1300 camera plus treble that in lenses minimum) then dont hesitate.. The lens is well built, the right size and handles well. Get it bought and don't listen to Rockwell and all the other curve geeks out there! Plus vood sent me this in good time.. For free... Same lens in Jessops is 280 quid! Peace...
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