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WARNING High Tower is designed to fall over. As with other large garden items, please take care. Children under 8 years must play only with adult supervision. All players and spectators must stand away from the fall area.

  • The Garden Games Giant Tower came about by popular demand. Garden Games started with the Hi-Tower and retailers told them that they felt that a the game should build like Jenga table topped game without gaps, so they went to work and the Gaint Tower with its slightly shorter blocks and no gaps in between blocks were born.
  • The shorter blocks and closer alignment also makes Giant Tower more compact when boxed, ideal for retail sale.
  • Giant Tower comes with 58 wooden blocks, each 21cm x 7cm 4.5cm. All of the Giant.
  • The Tower now has a fantastic storage bag available to accompany the Tower either seperately or together with the tower. The Giant Tower is a fantastic addition to parties and gathering and is a truly brilliant way to break the ice.
  • Tower components come packed in an attractive, colourful display box.

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Kenwood KHH326WH MultiOne, 1000 W – White – Cheap

Compact Footprint

With a really neat body shape that takes up very little space on a worktop & a smart, wipe-clean monochrome finish that will look good for years to come, we think this superb machine will make a wonderful gift for any keen cook.

In Bowl & Dual Drive Technology

This remarkable machine uses both In Bowl & Dual Drive technology to accomplish all the food preparation tasks that you can think of & a simple dial control operates all the functions. It has safety interlock features & electronic speed control that is designed to maintain speed no matter what you’re mixing, with ‘soft start’ to avoid splashes & splatters.

Stand Mixer

With a 4.3 litre stainless steel bowl, this has the famous K-beater, a whisk, dough hook & a splashguard that allows you to add ingredients through its chute &, of course, it uses the patented planetary action that is beloved of bakers around the world.

Food Processor

The MultiOne also comes with a 2.1 litre processing bowl with a stainless steel knife blade that chops, blends & purées, detachable drive shaft & three grades of stainless steel grating disc, which offer thick & thin slicing, & coarse, medium & Parmesan grating. Makes up to 340g pastry or 600g cake mix.

Versatile

A true solution to cupboards full of various machines, the MultiOne also comes with a range of accessories to help you complete all those kitchen tasks. Including a glass blender with a working capacity of 1.2 litres, a citrus press, a juicer & a food & meat mincer, this machine is as equally capable preparing smoothies for breakfast as it is burgers for dinner.

Included Attachments

2.1 litre food processor bowl, 1.2 litre glass blending jug, citrus press, juicer, meat mincer.

Stand Mixer (without attachments) 36 x 25 x 29cm H. 7.9kg. 1000W.

  • One solution for everything
  • Comes with a food processor, glass blender, liquidiser, citrus juicer, Food mincer
  • Body material : Plastic; Bowl material : Brushed stainless steel;
  • 1000W Motor
  • 4.3 litre bowl and 3 bowl tools; Large capacity bowl for all your baking needs, with a k-beater, whisk and spiral dough hook.

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Product Review: BeYu Liquid Eyeliner in Deep Black

In recent times, BeYu is one brand whose products have impressed me massively. I have tried their compact, waterproof mascara and their lip crayon already and can’t wait to try the others in the range. When I was at the store picking up some more lip colours, I saw the BeYu range again and grabbed the liquid eyeliner immediately.

This one is from their monsoon make-up range and claims to be totally waterproof. I have come across waterproof eyeliners that give this plastic layer look and come off when peeled. I took a swatch trial and bought this one to see if this passes the test.

So here’s my review: BeYu Liquid Eyeliner in Deep Black – the product It’s a plastic bottle, extremely lightweight.

Though plastic sounds like a cheap material to be used for an expensive product like this, they’ve managed to design it aptly so it looks classy enough. The brush type applicator is very thin and loses form if pressed too hard against the surface of the neck of the bottle. It’s too small so the application is a bit tricky.

However, it does glide smoothly. You have to just be careful with the tip of the brush. The effect

This is the darkest shade of black eyeliners you can find. I love matte black eyeliners and hence this is the best jet black matte liquid liner I have come across. Other matte liners are not exactly jet black.

For those who prefer glossy eyeliners, you may still not be very disappointed because the black colour really stands out and gives a bold effect. It dries up in about 10 seconds. That’s a saviour so I don’t have to sit with my eyes closed till it dries completely and waste time in the morning.

I have cowl eyes and most liners start smudging in a few hours leaving me with a shabby smokey eyes look. This eyeliner hasn’t smudged or faded even once. The brand claims it is best for water sports and I have done that.

I once bathed with it on and even took the risk of sleeping with it. The next morning, I was surprised to see that it didn’t bleed and looked freshly applied. Super impressed!

The 10ml bottle costs Rs900. I agree it’s slightly expensive but its paraben free, and has a real long-lasting effect so definitely worth the spend. I use it on days when I want my eyeliner to stay from morning to late night and it surely doesn’t disappoint.

Image Source: BeYu.

Published: October 30, 2017 1:00 pm

Product Review: BeYu Liquid Eyeliner in Deep Black

In recent times, BeYu is one brand whose products have impressed me massively. I have tried their compact, waterproof mascara and their lip crayon already and can’t wait to try the others in the range. When I was at the store picking up some more lip colours, I saw the BeYu range again and grabbed the liquid eyeliner immediately.

This one is from their monsoon make-up range and claims to be totally waterproof. I have come across waterproof eyeliners that give this plastic layer look and come off when peeled. I took a swatch trial and bought this one to see if this passes the test.

So here’s my review: BeYu Liquid Eyeliner in Deep Black – the product It’s a plastic bottle, extremely lightweight.

Though plastic sounds like a cheap material to be used for an expensive product like this, they’ve managed to design it aptly so it looks classy enough. The brush type applicator is very thin and loses form if pressed too hard against the surface of the neck of the bottle. It’s too small so the application is a bit tricky.

However, it does glide smoothly. You have to just be careful with the tip of the brush. The effect

This is the darkest shade of black eyeliners you can find. I love matte black eyeliners and hence this is the best jet black matte liquid liner I have come across. Other matte liners are not exactly jet black.

For those who prefer glossy eyeliners, you may still not be very disappointed because the black colour really stands out and gives a bold effect. It dries up in about 10 seconds. That’s a saviour so I don’t have to sit with my eyes closed till it dries completely and waste time in the morning.

I have cowl eyes and most liners start smudging in a few hours leaving me with a shabby smokey eyes look. This eyeliner hasn’t smudged or faded even once. The brand claims it is best for water sports and I have done that.

I once bathed with it on and even took the risk of sleeping with it. The next morning, I was surprised to see that it didn’t bleed and looked freshly applied. Super impressed!

The 10ml bottle costs Rs900. I agree it’s slightly expensive but its paraben free, and has a real long-lasting effect so definitely worth the spend. I use it on days when I want my eyeliner to stay from morning to late night and it surely doesn’t disappoint.

Image Source: BeYu.

Published: October 30, 2017 1:00 pm

The best head-up display units take top tech, bring it to your car for safety

First used in military fighter jets, the head-up display (HUD) falls somewhere between a tech and safety feature. The device reduces dangerous distractions by displaying key information, such as a car’s speed and navigation directions, directly in the driver’s line of sight. Some systems project information onto the windshield, while others project it on a separate screen.

HUDs are becoming increasingly common in all types of new cars, ranging from Mazda3 to a BMW 7 Series, but you don’t have to trade in your older model just to get one. Several aftermarket solutions let you modernize your current ride, whether you prefer an affordable device or a high-end product with a price tag to match. Below, we’ve singled out some of the best ones on the market.

Garmin’s HUD adheres to the motto that simpler is always better.

It’s a small, lightweight device that sits on the dashboard and projects information either on a transparent film that needs to be affixed to your windshield, or on a reflector lens. The brightness of the display is adjusted automatically. The device provides turn-by-turn navigation directions, the posted speed limit, and the location of speed cameras, which comes in handy should you try to beat its estimated time of arrival.

The unit needs to be paired with a compatible smartphone via Bluetooth, however, and Garmin stresses it only works with StreetPilot for iPhones or Navigon for Android devices. Sadly, Google Maps is not compatible with this HUD. The Garmin HUD is also relatively compact so it can be moved around from car to car.

It’s not as feature-intensive as some of the high-end units on our list, but it’s built by a trusted name and priced at a reasonable £150. Read more here. Buy now from: Garmin

Navdy is the most comprehensive aftermarket HUD available.

It’s a small device that attaches to your dashboard and displays information on a transparent screen. It performs all of the basic functions you expect: it gives navigation directions even when it’s offline, it provides your car’s current speed, and it can be configured to show a digital tachometer. That’s plenty for many motorists, but Navdy takes in-car connectivity a step further.

It responds to voice commands and recognizes hand gestures, so the driver can make a simple motion to answer — or ignore — a phone call. It even comes with a Bluetooth-enabled dial that attaches to the steering wheel to let the driver select songs, contacts, or routes. While some HUDs relay information shown on a car’s instrument cluster, Navdy offers many features normally accessed via a dash-mounted touchscreen.

The trade-off is that the latter isn’t cheap. Read our first impressions. Buy now from: Amazon

The Exploride HUD is similar to the Navdy unit but it comes with a more budget-friendly price tag.

It’s designed to sit on top of the instrument cluster, and it projects information on a transparent screen that’s located right in the driver’s line of sight. The device gives navigation directions even when an internet connection isn’t available, and it provides email notifications as well as news and stock updates. It responds to gesture controls, so the driver can take a call or raise the volume with a simple swipe, and all of its features are accessible via voice commands.

Motorists can take their music – and their friends – along for the ride because popular apps like Spotify, Apple Music, Twitter, and Facebook are built into Exploride. Pricing starts at £500, but there’s a catch — you can’t buy the Exploride quite yet. Early adopters can pre-order the device for £299, and the company expects to ship the first units in the coming months. Read more here.

Pre-order now from: Exploride

The Sherox HUD is one of the more basic devices on the market. It plugs into the car’s OBD2 port, meaning it is not compatible with older models, and it displays basic information about the car and its surroundings without going too deep into details.

It includes a speedometer, a trip meter, as well as information about the voltage and the coolant temperature. The warning lights could help prevent a costly breakdown. Once it’s set on the dashboard, the Sherox HUD reflects information directly onto the windshield without requiring a reflection film.

The company explains its device relies on nano-technology to eliminate double reflections. It turns on as soon as the driver starts the engine, and it shuts off at the same time as the engine, so there is no need to manually turn it on or worry about it draining the battery. It’s not the most feature-intensive HUD on this list, but it earns points for simplicity and affordability.

Buy it now from:

Amazon

Update: Added the Sherox HUD.

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