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New Design! Due to popular demand this Irrigation Kit is gravity fed - it lets water flow out of the base using a tap system - unscrew the easy to use tap to...... more
New Design! Due to popular demand this Irrigation Kit is gravity fed - it lets water flow out of the base using a tap system - unscrew the easy to use tap to achieve the required flow rate of water - the air is let in through a hole punched in top of the bottle. This device will make a watering resevoir from most plastic bottles - perfect for when you are on holiday or off on business . Not only can you leave your plants safe in the knowledge they'll be automatically watered correctly, you can also add liquid plant food to boost growth and yields. Easy to use, comes in a pack of 8 with full instructions. Cap measures 28mm across, so fits all bottles with a 25mm neck size. Some examples of bottles that the irrigation kit fits: All Schweppes and Coca-Cola bottles Fanta bottles, Dr Pepper bottles, Pepsi bottles, 7-Up bottles Tesco own brand bottles 1 litre plus Waitrose own brand bottles 1 litre plus Sainsburys own brand bottles 1 litre plus Asda own brand bottles 1 litre plus M&S own brand bottles 1 litre plus Morrisons own brand bottles 1 litre plus Plastic Wine Bottles Highland Spring 1.5 litres Fairy Liquid bottles Ecover bottles Please note: smaller, 50cl bottles tend to have wider necks that don't fit, while the larger bottles have smaller necks that do fit. Does NOT fit Volvic and Evian bottles.
Never let it be said that the Western is dead. Because every time its last rites are read, another filmmaker moves in and produces another fine entry to an...... more
Never let it be said that the Western is dead. Because every time its last rites are read, another filmmaker moves in and produces another fine entry to an enduring genre that'll simply never go away. In this case, the film is 3:10 To Yuma, and the filmmaker is James Mangold, straight off his Oscar-winning Johnny Cash biopic, Walk The Line. 3:10 To Yuma is, however, a far different beast, bringing together two of the most magnetic male leads in modern day cinema. On the one hand, there's Christian Bale as the law-enforcing Sheriff, and he's facing off against Russell Crowe's killer. Unsurprisingly, it's the conflict and sparks between these two that ignite the film, and turn it into a film well worth seeking out. For what director Mangold realises is that the trick with 3:10 To Yuma (named after the prison train that Bale's character seeks to put Crowe's on) is to give his two stars room to work, and injecting plenty of action and excitement into the mix. The end result, while not a top-notch Western, turns out to be a real cut above most of the current multiplex fodder. Even if Westerns aren't usually your thing, it's well worth giving this one a try.
Advantages: There should be a bin near enough for you to stick it in there quickly... I ddn't pay for them Disadvantages: Taste, ingredients, smell, packaging (though I acknowledge this is aquarterof's doing.)
...I have to say that I am most certainly a bit of a wine gums Connoisseur (even if I do say so myself.) However I have to say that so far the best ones, to the moon and back, has to be the Waitrose own wine gums... They are soft and very chewy and contain real- honest fruit juice and actually taste of what they smell... Everyone that knows me knows that I can chomp my way through ***COUGH*** 500...
Advantages: a lovely winter warmer Disadvantages: not a drink to be drunk on its own
...Stones Ginger Wine
I have a rather well stocked drinks cabinet at the moment and I guess this is due to being pregnant and the lack of bring able to drink! Of course it has been pretty easy to ignore some o the spirits and bottles that are in the cabinet due to the fact that it has been summer and a lot of them I would think are more like winter drinks. Now though as the nights are...
Advantages: Great value and quality Disadvantages: None for me
...Tesco wine glasses
I recently moved house and given that i didnt have anything at all I had to buy absolutely everything new.
Given that I didn't want to spend a fortune I turned to tesco for a lot of the everyday products because they seemed to be good value and quality. I bought these online at www.teso.com but they are also available in Tesco stores. One of the good things for ordering...