A new garden means plenty of grass, plenty of grass means lots of cutting and trimming.
I’ve had an assortment strimmers, used some high power ones that weigh a fair amount and even used a petrol one when the going was tough in a previous jungle garden.
All but one had the same thing in common, the cutting head was always nylon line. I want a bladed strimmer!
The phrase chalk and cheese is perfect to describe the differences, this range is everything we expected from a range cooker and what the Belling should have been.
Bit of an unusual gadget this one but still useful! Recently I went to Germany to see some friends and relax from the stress of buying a house (Hence why I’ve not posted a huge amount in recent weeks on either blog), with travelling comes suitcases and packing and this collect of luggage organisers certainly helps with that.
Zero Grid asked if I’d like to review their luggage organisers and sent me a sample pack.
As the title suggests! I’m always on the look out for new gadgets, gizmos and tech to review.
I’d love to review some of the stuff on my gadget wish list, but anything that will appeal to the geek within is always good.
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When is a hotel not a hotel? When its the lodge at Bristol Zoo!
This was one of those odd things, after a busy summer because of the wedding and not having a honeymoon as we are saving for a house we felt something was missing. Then in conversation the subject of the lodge at Bristol Zoo came up, it was a 2 part thing of how unique an experience it would be and also what type of people would book such an experience. After a chat with friends, it turns out the latter is actually us!