Lodge Pre-Seasoned Combo Cooker
It’s a deep skillet, a fryer, a Dutch oven, and also the lid converts to a shallow skillet or griddle. This Lodge LCC3 Logic Pre-Seasoned Combo Cooker Review versatile piece of cast iron cookware enables the preparation of almost any recipe. Fantastic for kitchen and outdoor cooking. Includes a three qt deep skillet / Dutch oven base, and ten.25 inch shallow skillet / griddle / lid. Preseason and prepared to use
9:08 am • 17 December 2013
The reason I decided to purchase these Cuisinart 66-17 Review was simply because of the great customer service I had received from Cuisinart. I had purchased a frying pan and one of the 115V tines broke. I called Customer service and they sent me out a brand new pan no questions asked.
These pans are great however they are NOT dishwasher safe. The outside finish will dull (Don’t ask) but I recovered it with some olive oil. They wash quite quickly and nicely. Definitely non stick. Great even heat.
9:07 am • 17 December 2013
Canon Deluxe Photo Backpack 200EG
At first I loved this Canon Deluxe Photo Backpack 200EG Review. As other reviewers have said, it fits a ton of camera equipment safely. It also fits comfortably and adjusts easily.
My only complaint is that the lens holders (see photos) are all open, meaning that it is very easy for the lenses to slip out of position or, if you open the bag the wrong way, fall out or slip. This happened to me a number of times on a recent trip. It would be nice if Canon provided extra elastic/velcro strips, like the one used for the main compartment, to hold the lenses in place.
Otherwise, it is a really good bag at a great price.
9:05 am • 17 December 2013
Victorinox Swiss Army Champion Plus Pocket Knife
I have a thing for the real Swiss army knives and decent multi-tools, and this Victorinox Swiss Army Champion Plus Pocket Knife Review is the one that sits in my camera bag, ready to go at all times. It’s perhaps one of the best all-around tools that a pro or amateur photographer could look for as far as versatility goes.
There have been many times that this well-designed tool has come in handy in the field, and on a number of occasions it’s been the one single item that has made the difference in a good day when shooting photos in the woods or wilderness. This knife isn’t overly large, and even though it has a number of tools, it’s quite manageable. The design has been proven over the years, and it’s quite well thought out. Every single tool here has proven to be usable and easy to access once it has been used for awhile.
9:03 am • 17 December 2013
Canon Deluxe Gadget Bag 100EG
The Canon Deluxe Gadget Bag 100EG Review was designed with sufficient room to hold 1 or two camera bodies, one or two lenses, as well as accessories. Featuring reinforced, padded pockets and compartments, the 100EG is a serious bag for the traveling photographer. Sensible and attractive, the 100EG is a superb way to protect your equipment from moisture and dust in addition to the wear and tear that results from excessive handling.
9:02 am • 17 December 2013
Denali 115-Piece Home Repair Tool Kit
I purchased this Denali 115-Piece Home Repair Tool Kit Review two weeks ago and happen to be very satisfied with it. As for the quality of the product, the fiberglass hammer, four different kind pliers, 2 screwdrivers and bits, six wrenches, hex keys and bag are all high/professional high quality. The utility knife is just your common light-weight standard no frills knife but works fine. The drill bits are available in steel cases and I’ve used both and they function fine. A 13 piece titanium drill bit set would price you $20 at least! The pliers are all chrome vanadium which is the best material I’ve seen in pliers. They’re certainly professional quality. The fiberglass hammer is as great as any fiberglass handled Stanley hammer that I’ve owned and the tape measure is as great as any Stanley one I’ve owned also although it’s only 16ft (25ft would have been much better). The level is your typical lightweight level but it is magnetic that is fantastic function and works fine. The bag that this kit comes with is great. Its top quality and has enough room in it for me to add other stuff. I actually counted the pieces and you will find 115 pieces that include this kit. For $39 this really is an excellent kit. Is each piece within this kit professional quality, no, but most are and for the price it is a substantial value.
9:01 am • 17 December 2013
Makita LCT200W 18-Volt Compact Lithium-Ion Combo Kit
Variable 2-speed 1/2 in. driver-drill (0-400 & 0-1,500 RPM) with Makita LCT200W 18-Volt Compact Lithium-Ion Cordless 2-Piece Combo Kit Review-built 4-pole motor delivers 480 in. lbs. of max torque and weighs only 3.3 lbs.
Variable speed influence driver (0-2,300 RPM & 0-3,200 IPM) provides 1,420 in. lbs. of max torque and weighs only 2.9 lbs.
Makita lithium-ion battery provides longer run time, 5x lower self-discharge (for use any time) and 16 firm-holding contact terminals (for constant high power)
15-minute fast optimum charger communicates with the battery’s built-in chip throughout the charging process to optimize battery life by actively controlling current, voltage and temperature
15-minute fast optimum Charger has a built-in fan to cool the battery which helps produce much more lifetime work
Accepts Makita 18-Volt LXT lithium-ion battery for even longer run time
The charger earned the power star label for meeting the strict energy-efficient guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and US Department of Energy (DOE)
3-year warranty on tool and 1-year warranty on battery and charger
Includes: 18-volt compact 1/2 in. driver-drill (LXFD01CW), 18-volt compact impact driver (BTD142HW), (2) 18-volt compact lithium-ion battery (BL1815), lithium-ion fast optimum charger (DC18RC), tool bag (831274-0)
Compatible batteries and chargers: BL1830, BL1830-2, DC18SE, DC18RA, DC18RC, DC18SF
MFG Model # : LCT200W
MFG Part # : LCT200W
8:59 am • 17 December 2013
Genesis GMT15A Multi-Purpose Oscillating Tool
OK, my neighbor has a Fein multimaster and it is awesome. We use it all the time and I kind of got the Fein envy a few weeks ago so I decided to try this brand out. I must say that I have used Genesis GMT15A Multi-Purpose Oscillating Tool Review now for about a month and it is awesome. Although it isn’t a Fein, it weighs about the same, feels the same and is about the same level of noise. The heads are interchangeable with the Fein and it is about 1/10th the cost. I can’t say whether it will last for twenty years but at 1?10th the price I can afford to buy one every 5 years for the rest of my life and still come in under what the Fein brand name costs. Not sure if this is a good financial decision for you but if you are on a tight budget like I am you would be a fool to pass this one up. I have used it to scrape paint and glue, cut drywall, concrete, metal and wood. The only thing I had any trouble going through was a concrete nail. (For what it is worth, my neighbor with the Fein burned a blade up as well and we ended up just beating the nail out instead) I would definately recommend this one and will be getting several to send out as Christmas gifts this year. My only explanation of the price difference from the Fein is that they must have lost the patent and cheaper models are now available
8:57 am • 17 December 2013
Aprilaire Model 600
The unit functions by taking air that Aprilaire Model 600 been heated by your furnace and passes it via a panel which has a little amount of water operating across it. The water panel looks a little like a radiator. The water around the panel evaporates into the hot air and gets distributed through your existing ductwork. That’s it, nothing fancy. Note that, just like any humidifier, the unit is more efficient in the event you connect it to hot water instead of cold.
7:48 am • 28 November 2013
Aprilaire Model 700
I had been researching whole house humidifiers for some time and lastly decided on this Aprilaire Model 700 Automatic Whole-house Powered Humidifier with Digital Control from speaking to local HVAC installers and critiques I located online. I checked about and the lowest I could discover someone to set up it for me was $350, so I decided to take the plunge and do it myself. I was a little apprehensive simply because I had never worked having a furnace or cutting into sheet metal before. I purchased an inexpensive pair of sheet metal snippers and it was a bit difficult, but not poor overall to cut the Aprilaire Model 700 within the plenum. Home Depot proved to become invaluable in helping me using the plumbing connections. I utilized shark-bite fittings rather from the supplied saddle valve (each plumber I talked to advised me against using the saddle valve). I also used plastic pipe rather of copper. General I spent about $70 on supplies. I installed the unit around the supply side, as was recommended, but I couldn’t justify hooking it in to the hot water line and watch energy just pour down the drain. The instructions indicated a cold water provide was fine so long as the unit was mounted on the provide side. The unit does trickle water down the drain hose because it is operating, this really is regular. My biggest apprehension was the wiring. I discovered some Very useful youtube videos of an HVAC installer someplace in the midwest installing certainly one of these inside a clients house. I probably watched them 20 times during my own installation. 1 hiccup I encountered was after wiring every thing according to the instructions, my unit powered on fine, but would come on when there was a call for heat, rather of waiting for the blower to come on. This produced me very nervous as I didn’t want water vapor blowing into the plenum prior to the blower was operating. A fast e-mail to the youtube video publisher talked about earlier confirmed my worry and he explained to wire the transformer into the HUM terminal neutral on the furnace board and to then use the power for the blower HEAT terminal for the energy. The installation directions made no mention of what is right as to when the humidifer ought to come on, but for reassurance, wiring as recommended by the HVAC installer was preferred. 1 extra step I took was to buy some duct sealant that I then utilized to calk around the unit to seal off any gaps. I have currently noticed a huge difference within the humidity level in our home, as we reside inside a very dry climate in SE Idaho. I was tired of spending cash upon cash buying table top humidifiers that needed expensive filters or simply broke down and were junk following a few years. This unit seems like it’ll meet my requirements, I give it 5 stars and would encourage somebody with common handy-man skills to go ahead and attempt installing, but to become ready to ask questions in the event you get stuck.
7:47 am • 28 November 2013