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Want to party? Sure you do. Grab a tiny little disposable BBQ and get yo bangerz on. Get down to Sainsburys, buy some baps, ketchup and bangerz then let it rip. Light this baby and smell the goodness.
This BBQ distributes the heat evenly for a disposable, which is good, beacuase everything cooks at the same rate. Made with decent quality and can usually be bought for under a fiver.
Can't really go wrong with this, does exactly what it says on the tin.
The portability is fantastic. In the summer, you can take this little ripper down to the park with a few brewskies and enjoy life. What could be better? Find some decent mates to chip in, and this BBQ has become much cheaper. Chip in for baps etc, even more so. Who can complain at beer, sun, mates and bangerz?
Not me, therefore I rate this BBQ very highly - it's good. Others are bad, and should be renamed BBPoos
This Samsung is a first of its kind. The first 3D capable TV available in the UK. Quite a coup when you think about it - beating several huge competitors to it (I.e. Sony, LG).
With a very sleek design, the Samsung is very aesthetically pleasing, and will look good in any home, rather than just being an entertainment warhorse. It's very well equipped when it comes to connections. With 4 HDMI's, two USBs, an Ethernet jack, and a D-Sub PC port.
The internet TV included with this is exceptional. With a simply WIFI, or ethernet connection, you have a whole new world of entertainment at the click of a button. With Netflix, Now TV, Twitter, Love Film and Skype (providing you add an external camera) to name a few. There are even a few games! Although if you are a "gamer", you might snigger when you see them. This very impressive bit of kit is going to last you a long time, so it's worth forking out the money for it.
This food processor is fantastic. I use it daily to make smoothies and I find it fast, and quiet - which is fantastic, because I use it early in the morning (don't want to wake anyone!)
This has all the tools to provide for a HUGE range of jobs. It can deal with heavy tasks, such as cake mixing, or even dicing vegetables. What I like most about this product is the speed at which is delivers the goods. Brilliant if you want to make a quick tea and your just in from work!
One issue I find is the capacity, I thought it would be a little bigger when I ordered it. This isn't a massive issue though.
The product is dishwasher safe, which many will be glad to hear in this day of modern appliances.
- Very powerful 600watt motor
- Very fast
- Surprisingly quiet
- Very well equipped for a range of tasks
- Quite a small capacity
- Easy to use
The Alfa Romeo 147 is a great little car with fantastic performance, and strong reliability. Its sleek Italian styling is very appealing, and you feel $1,000,000 dollars driving it. The interior is stunning. Usually with gorgeous leather and very well equipped to fit your entertainment needs. The fine handling and advanced engines offer a very strong competitor to the equivalent BMW or Audi for a fraction of the price.
There are 4 engine options, all of which are very good. Ranging from a 1.6 to a 3.2. Some models caontain a 6th gear, this improves the economical side of things, which aren't all that great. The handling is great, the car is as sporty as it looks. Fantastic steering, and fluid gear changes make for a very enjoyable drive. The brakes are very responsive, this can take a bit of getting used to.
The reliability of this Alfa Romeo is actually very good. Which is fairly surprising, as the previous range of Alfas (the old breed) were a bit sketchy when it came to the MOT date.
Depreciation is the biggest negative about this car, don't expect it to hold its value.
The Citroen C3 has a certain style and finesse about it that other superminis just now don't have. The look is eye catching, and people want to drive it! The ride comfort is excellent, and the inner cabin is very well equipped to ensure that that remains the case. Performance on the other hand is not the strong point of this Citroen, or any Citroen in my opinion. The steering is very poor, and very light. This can be difficult to get used to. The car isn't as spacious in the back as many of its competitors which could be seen as a turn off for many buyers.
There are a few options available with this car. The sluggish 1.1 is one to avoid. Although if you insist on this car, the 1.6s diesel is the one to go for. The diesel has the bite and pace that many people desire at 110bhp, and the fuel economy is very good.
The Ford Ka is fun to drive with a good level of reliability. It doesn't have the chic feel of other competitors, such as the Fiat 500. The car has virtually zero spec and is quite poorly equipped. That being said, the car is sturdy and does what it says on the tin. Perfect for inner city driving, returning a good overall MPG. The car itself is surprisingly spacious inside, given it is one of the smallest cars on the market - and Ford deserve a well done for managing to cram all the interior in, and still leaving some room. The car has begun to look a bit dated, as there are many modern equivalents available now.
Overall, the Ford Ka is good for you if:
- You have small, inner city commutes
- You are a first time driver (excellent first car)
- You don't have to transport a lot of people
- And you want good reliable car with cheap running costs