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Tefal Oleoclean Pro Inox & Design FR8040 3.5L
4.4
(12)
£99.00
2 years ago*
Magically good! So incredibly easy to clean clean oil and then wash the tub and basket in the dishwasher! Have bought one more in reserve if Tefal gets to stop making it. Unfortunately, the oil ball is not sold completely as an extra accessory, but you buy it on their web shop you only get the blue part, not the "valve" or the screw cap. Right incomprehensible. Here they could have made money selling more tubs for eg "fish", "donuts" etc so you can have different oils. But it does not lower the grade for most people selling nothing at all. Just a missed opportunity. Right now I see that only the lid is available as an accessory. It is impossible to break.
*Edited 2 years
Bose QuietComfort 35
3.9
(85)
£164.99
3 years ago*
Have tested many soundproofing naps and these have the best effect. Good sound and a lot of bass. Light your head and sit comfortably. Possibly they are a bit too loose for movement; nothing to run with I think. Updates have come and made that you can couple two pieces together and then share the source. A disadvantage to Plantronics Backbeat 2 Pro is that Bose does not turn off the playback when I take off the naps.
*Edited 3 years
Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2
3.7
(2)
£129.97
4 years ago*
First tested the Sony MDR-1000 and was very pleased with them, but still decided to test Backbeat Pro now when version 2 arrived (I bought the graphite gray SE) and I'm probably even more pleased with them, even though Sony's fools may seem to have a nicer design. In addition, I think volume up and down actually worked better on Sonys. At Plantronics, it's a resilient ring that changes the volume and it does not feel like it's power every time. The tricks are harder on the head than Sony (may be able to bend them out a bit) so they are not as comfortable on the head but instead are better at head movements. Quite less creaking compared to Sony's plastic arches. Noise canceling is not quite as good as on the Sonylur. advantages: + Pause playback when taking care of them!
*Edited 3 years
Sony MDR-1000X
3.7
(60)
£211.44
4 years ago*
Bought them on Amazon Marketplace so I could return them if they were bad (it has gnällts on some Web pages in addition to that they mostly received very good reviews in general). However, I am very satisfied. Would first have them linked directly for Apple TV 4 and it works just fine! Apple TV turns off the sound from the HDMI when connected headphones. Perfect. Very good sound (relatively high treble), comfortable (in all cases for summary judgment giant ears), little knirk when moving, amazing range and I do not like handling via touch on the right cover is so severe that many try to claim. Recommend that you kolllar these if you are prepared to buy headphones in this price range. Can not recommend them for jogging, however. The ear cups have a function for the optimization of the NC and I still do not know what effect this has. Better sound and more comfortable than my AKG N60. Update: Take a look at the Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2, which I then switched to. Milder treble, no creaking, holds tighter and pauses automatically when you take off them (and will start again when you wear them). Sony ear cups have been a bit more efficient ANC.
*Edited 3 years
Bosch WTY88898SN (White)
3.3
(3)
5 years ago*
Fantastic machine that really only has one drawback I've found so far: the cleaning of the lint filter is a bit tedious, but it's probably in part because the rest of the dryer is so smooth. It has a heat pump so most of the energy is recycled and there will be hardly any warmer in the laundry room when I run it. Maximum power output is 700 watts, compared to my old wall-mounted (15 years) was significantly less but pulled 1800 watts. Both, however, condenser dryer, but the heat pump will reduce fuel consumption significantly.
*Edited 5 years
Bosch WAY32899SN (White)
4.1
(5)
5 years ago*
Absolutely amazing machine! Washes clean although it manages dosage yourself :) and is very quiet and peaceful, even at 1600 rpm! Bought it for less than 9000 SEK in Sweden and it is really worth.
*Edited 5 years
Razer Mamba Tournament Edition
2.9
(15)
£89.99
5 years ago*
Proper skräpmus. As another writes below are the seemingly good by being stylish and comfortable but after a period of use so the problems start. The cursor freezes solid, laggy, disappear, dropping configuration, etc. All that stuff that irritates the normal Windows usage, and that is completely useless in play contexts (besides how it should represent a "pro-gaming mouse"). A joke. Has received a new firmware but all solutions are only temporary. Has two and now it seems the one having submitted completely. Rubbish Warning.
*Edited 5 years
SodaStream Classics Dr Pete 440ml
2.9
(3)
£3.99
5 years ago*
Really horrible! Drank a glass and then poured the bottle. Like drinking liquid almond ... Maybe some artificial cherry flavor? What they should imitate? Cherry Coke? DO NOT BUY!
*Edited 5 years
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