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Super

AdvantagesHigh quality, comfortable to hold, easy to use.

DisadvantagesOn the pricey side.

...First impressions I wouldn?t be surprised if many of you had not heard of the Ceka brand. Here we have the Ceka Stainless Steel Digging Fork. Standing at just over a metre this is a good looking garden fork in my opinion. The D grip plastic handle and shaft cover a very strong steel core. The business end of the fork has four prongs and is finished in polished stainless steel. The hardened...

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Excellent

AdvantagesGreat quality, affordable, durable.

DisadvantagesNeeds to be cared for.

...finish. Contrasting this is a polished stainless steel head. The individual stainless steel tines are polished, though after a few uses in damp conditions this will soon take the shine from them. Overall this looks like a very well made lawn rake and not a cheap thing that will fall apart after a couple of tough winters. My experience There are a couple of types of garden rake to consider. If...

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Super

AdvantagesHas a removable metal mesh sieve, wide fill neck, comfortable handle, art deco like.

DisadvantagesCan be pricey, no heat insulated base or body, handle is a bit small.

...different though. Something that wasn?t blocky and angular and something that wasn?t tall and Victorian looking like the Stellar range I saw at my independent local hardware store. Instead my attention brought me to a rather stylish little number by way of a Grunwerg Rondo Stainless Steel Teapot and in a 1-litre size that cost me £17-95. Online the Grunwerg Rondo teapots can be purchased...

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