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Kawai ES110
3.8
(2)
£498.41
3 months ago*
Writes this after playing the piano for a couple of weeks. I play as a hobby at beginner / intermediate level. Never takes it with me but has too little space at home for a larger piano. Good feeling in the keys. Huge difference from a regular keyboard I had before. Good response in pressure sensitivity, feels like the response in an acoustic piano. The speakers are perfectly ok, but mostly use headphones anyway so it is not important to me. Good with outputs if you want to connect two headphones or to a real system. The bluetooth midi is also fantastic, I connect the piano to my Ipad which can then see what I am playing and let me play along in notation texts. You do not need to use Kawai's specific app. I really like kawai's piano samples, even though I know it's individual. Uses the other modes very little but it's fun that they exist. I chose between this and Yamaha 125 and Roland P-30 but fell for the sound and key feel in this one. Very satisfied so far.
*Edited 3 months
SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless
3.3
(63)
£269.99
5 months ago
Had them for a year now. + Good sound. No noise in mine. My friends do not complain about the mic sound. Still sitting pretty nice on my big head. Does not look like forty gamer headphones. Seems to be good build quality, at least I have nothing that broke in a year. - little things like that you have to hold the power button in what feels like 10 sec each time to start them. And god forbid if you were to slip a little with your finger on the little button after 9 sec, then you have to start again. - the battery life is significantly shorter than other modern lures such as my WH-1000XM3 from sony. You have 2 batteries to change between so it still works ok. price, but I bought on sale for 1500 which they are definitely worth
Tefal Oleoclean Pro Inox & Design FR8040 3.5L
4.4
(12)
£99.00
2 years ago
Fries well and smoothly with oil drain. The word of warning to the without frustration experience: -This one is very big. Measure the mat in the kitchen. -Fritoses steam very and a bit oily. Be sure to have good ventilation where it should stand, not under the kitchen cabinets. - Even with good ventilation, it smells freeze in the kitchen after use. - The model feels safe, but 3 L 190-grade oil in an undefined device is of course a safety hazard in itself and should be considered if you have children at home.
Siemens EX675LXC1E (Black)
1.7
(2)
£620.99
4 years ago*
Nice thought but it will not be too hot all over the rectangular sections. The loops are in the small ovals so it will be quite a small area that actually heats up the frying pans. Must spinning 28 "skillet manually several times to get the omelette to be evenly baked. Disappointed.
*Edited 4 years
Battlefield 4 (PC)
2.6
(89)
£9.99
7 years ago*
Serious childhood diseases with remaining server problems and lockups pulls down the score but basically this is a very well made game. At this writing hit me that it crashes about 25% of the courses I play. Surprisingly free of minor bugs though. + Impressive graphics wise even on lower settings. Gameplay-wise also very good, in most ways similar to its predecessor but with some improvements and interesting maps to play on that develops during the game ("levolution"). Is a sense of teamwork and good communication is even more important than its predecessor. - Battlelog, the game's lobby, is still nasty and full of minor bugs. - Will the fast high threshold for new players because you have to unlock the benefits by playing a lot. However, less pronounced than BF3. - Singleplayer Campaign - Story-rate disaster but still recommended in order to be able to enjoy the environment and the graphics but the adrenaline from online gambling.
*Edited 7 years
Asus GeForce GTX 780 DirectCU II OC HDMI DP 2xDVI 3GB
4.5
(18)
7 years ago*
BF 4 on ultra so far without overclocking at 80-100 fps at 1680x1050. (Win 7, 3570K, 8GB DDR3). Quiet and cool, nothing to complain about.
*Edited 7 years
Apple Keyboard with Numeric Keypad (SE/FI)
4.3
(48)
7 years ago*
Plus: Low volume. Low profile. Quality Feeling. Minus: Started not directly with the bios with my motherboard ie could not press the function keys to access the BIOS. Less problematic for me when I have more keyboard at home.
*Edited 7 years