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AdvantagesGood quality, convenient.

DisadvantagesFeeds small numbers.

...perhaps to 1 or 2 people. The set is however of high quality design, made from aluminum, the trekking kit is lightweight and compact for easy storage and the added strap makes for easier traveling. When packed the size of the kit is around 19 cm in height and 11 cm in length and weights approximately 600g. When our next camp trip approached, we decided to purchase 3 of the Campinaz cooking sets from...

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“Plug and go”

published 23/04/2014

AdvantagesEase of use.


...seen from a U.K. supplier, made by a company in Taiwan. Like many other electrical items they can be made rather cheaply in China. That is not to say in any shoddy manner. This may have been true once, but now there are some good products being made and sold. This particular light set plugs straight into the end of a bike's handlebars and is motion activated. This is what makers and advertisers...

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AdvantagesDesigned for the job, secure fastening.

DisadvantagesCan find alternatives, hard to buy on its own.

...and miss. I wouldn?t want to lose a light or damage one by it dropping onto the floor. Price and availability I bought the CatEye EL 400 Handlebar Bracket and Strap online for just a few pounds. You will struggle to find one second hand because the lights usually last longer than the straps, though I bought mine in a joblot of items. Expect to pay just a few pounds online, that is if you can...

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