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Logitech Wireless Combo MK330 (Nordic)
2.3
(2)
£38.59
23 days ago
A little plastic but quite nice to write on. Does not experience any problems with the range at all, works well at several meters distance. The mouse, on the other hand, is insanely small for us with big hands.
Brother DCP-L3550CDW
3.8
(1)
£187.52
5 months ago
This is the first printer I've had where everything just works. WiFi is super easy to connect. then it works to print from all possible devices: iPhone, Windows, iOS, OSX etc. If you want to scan then it is easiest to go into the app on the phone and click scan. Good standby mode which means that it is always ready but still completely silent. Cannot compare resolution etc. but do not think it differs from others in this price range. Do not find any disadvantages except that it is expensive to buy toner. But it is true of all brands and this is among the "least expensive". In summary: Hassle-free!
Ritter E 16
3.8
(1)
£75.90
10 months ago
I have had this machine for almost a year and have only cut bread with it. The knife is still sharp and the machine works perfectly. It is not too big, but it is still possible to cut the right big loops with it. Maybe it is a little difficult to clean but it is probably only a problem if you slice meat & chark with it. This replaced Christmas machine which broke down after a couple of weeks but this is more of German quality and worth every penny extra it costs.
Vulkanus Professional
4.4
(3)
£71.16
a year ago
Do not buy a knife cutter other than this one! I have tested many before this and it is not possible to compare. Vulcanus is even better than brown in that the angle is always accurate. Most knife sharpeners only scratch the edge of the knife, which makes it sharp for five minutes, to soon become dull again. Vulcanus has three different grinding techniques that make the knife sharp for a long time. Search the Vulcanus sharpener on Youtube to see how to do it. The guy who invented this is a genius. If you regret this choice, you have not done right. Can also grind saw-toothed bread knives (if they are sharpenable).
Apple iPhone XR 64GB
3.6
(37)
£409.00
2 years ago
The phone is very good and lacks some high-tech specs, but they do not really matter in practice for most people. Have both the Iphone XS and the Iphone XR and can state that I prefer the XR, despite the worse on-paper spec. The reason is spelled battery life. The XR has 60% left when I used it one day, no other phone I've tried (the bottom socket gets the Samsung S8 and S9 that can handle half a day and which also has a scrapped OS). Otherwise, you do not notice any difference in daily use between XR and XS. The camera may be slightly worse, but if you are not a photo fan, it also lacks meaning. Then there are certainly some other Androids with good battery life, better camera etc, but I have not yet come to the test. A very good and stable phone with lightning fast and above all safe face recognition.
Philips Performer Ultimate FC8955
4.1
(6)
2 years ago
It was good until the handle broke down. Very plastic. Unfortunately, the handle contains a remote control so now I can not adjust the suction power anymore. Some new handles with remote seem to not be available. Philips website. It did not last for two years, so it's not really approved. Otherwise it was good. One slight disadvantage was that you could easily access the suction buttons on the handle. I do not experience Electrolux as better quality either, so now we can try Miele. May see if it's better.
Electrolux Pure i9 PI91-5
3.4
(18)
£724.15
2 years ago
UPDATED: Have written to Electrolux and will change this rating if they have a solution to my problem. I have a mat that is not so high but that is dense. The robot walks each time on the carpet and tries to dust but the brush penetrates into the mattress's paw and fastens as well as falls off. Each time! Both the carpet and the brush will be destroyed. So when I get home, I have a half-bed apartment, a brush stuck in the carpet, a carpet that's broken and a robot vacuum cleaner that either has a battery or is irrigating and trying to vacuum without a brush. IF there was any way to define the carpet, the problem would be resolved but it does not seem to exist. If now, Electrolux has no solution. Returning when they responded. As it is now, the robot is completely useless in our apartment because it can not be released. The carpet is too heavy and too rigid to allow it to be moved each time. Nor can you fold the corners. On other brands there are boundaries in the form of magnets or infrared towers that you exhibit but it does not seem to have this ha. If there is no solution to this, this machine is definitely not recommended if you have carpets at home. It simply does not work. If, now, Electrolux does not respond, it can in some way be delimited. Called Electrolux and came to the conclusion that it can not be solved. So you have semi-rugged rugs, this robot does not work and there is no way of delimiting the carpet. Absolutely unusable.
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