Ever since we planned on buying our own house we’ve wanted a big kitchen and a range cooker, so the house design we chose has a reasonable sized kitchen (big enough for a range cooker) so logically we wanted a range cooker.
Yes it’s been a silent few months recently, but this is down to buying a house, all the work before moving in and then moving in and all the bits since then!
During this time I did however get to play with a few gadgets which of course I’ll be putting reviews up shortly. These include –
- Belling Range Cooker
- Bosch Jigsaw
- Mitre Saw
- Table Saw
- Music Magpie
- Samsung Fridge Freezer
- Silverline Electric Wood Planer
So new reviews will be forth coming and I’ll be once again available for product reviews. (Sorry to everyone who has approached me, but I wouldn’t have been able to fully review your products).
It’s time, that thing we know is there, we live our lives by it, we never have enough of it and we are obsessed by it. We watch it, we count it, we spend it.
Luckily though we aren’t part of the film ‘In Time’ where currency is time, your time. However like the film we still need to track its passage and what better way to do that than with a watch.
I’ve been asked to review this Globenfeld watch and see just how well it tracks time.
As you may have read I had the JETech screen protector fitted to my iPhone 6S Plus, and it did its job well, but I somehow managed to catch the edge of the protector when putting it in my pocket and lifted the corner without noticing – dust got under the protector and made a small bubble – that annoyed me, so I bought a new protector!
I was going to purchase another of the standard screen protectors but when looking I stumbled upon this privacy version so thought that I’d give it a try.
It’s been a fair while since my last review, it’s been very busy in that time with other non gadget based things, including Christmas, Star Wars:The Last Jedi and the adventures of Dave The Elf (Visit him on Behind The Geek).
Anyway, a couple of weeks ago I decided to buy myself a Philips Sonicare AirFloss Pro (Model HX8432/23 to be exact) as my teeth are quite tightly packed and I struggle with using floss/brushes etc.
But did it do what it said on the box and was it worth the bargain price I paid of £59.99?