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    Quote Originally Posted by Smogbob View Post
    Samsung smart tv, not so smart less than 2 years already black shadow across the top, going in the skip tomorrow, going back to Sony never had a problem with their TV,s.
    Seems well-reasoned.........
    If I am ever on life support - Unplug me......
    Then plug me back in..........

    See if that works .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackal View Post
    Seems well-reasoned.........
    Must be a smart tv, blood thing is working as normal again, must have got a ukgser fright.........

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    Anything from Machine Mart

    Everything I have ever bought from them has been absolute rubbish. Workbench fell to bits, compressor pipe flew off and nearly took my eye out. I've had stuff that I've taken back the day after I bought it, and they refuse to give a refund. I've got a claim against them at the moment through the small claims court. I know someone who supplies them with stuff, and even he says they don't care about quality, only the price. Avoid

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smogbob View Post
    Must be a smart tv, blood thing is working as normal again, must have got a ukgser fright.........
    Or....... it’s smarter than the viewer
    If I am ever on life support - Unplug me......
    Then plug me back in..........

    See if that works .....

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    LG Musicflow multi room speakers. Launched with a big fanfare as the alternative to Bose and Sonos. I went into hi-fi shop to buy Sonos but got talked in to the LG product . It was forever dropping off the network (despite having its own mesh network router) and took ages and multiple attempts to get it back working. Loads of complaints on the various Internet forums and LG quietly drop the product, leave owners with a system that doesn’t work and disappear with no support for the thousands of people who bought the junk. Utter pile of crap and I will never buy LG product again - and would encourage anyone who cares to listen to do likewise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by g.s.john View Post
    Computers why can't the poxy things just work?
    Amen to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChasMill View Post
    Anything made by Landrover.
    Could not disagree more. Had a Disco 2, bought new in 2002, owned for 10 years and 187,000 (almost trouble-free) miles, loved it.
    Now have a Defender (one of the last of the 2.4's), bought new in 2011, been all over Europe in it, love it to bits
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    Anything from Homebase.

    When I re-did my flat years ago, I bought some basic items from them.
    Even the bloody cupboard knobs broke. I have no idea how that is even possible.
    R1150R '03 [on hiatus]
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhun91 View Post
    Not what I want to read after ordering some RST pro adventure 3 trousers. Although to be fair my RST jeans which cost 50 quid are going strong after 4 years. Maybe they're hit and miss but RST seems like really good value for money compared to a lot of the other brands.

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    I have a pair and they've prooved to be 100% waterproof and very well armoured. Best bike textile trousers, bar some from KTM I once owned, that I've used.

    Boots (RST Adventure boots) are comfortable but far from waterproof! Should have bought Altbergs and been done with it.

    RST Pro Adventure jacket not so waterproof. The WP lining comes down below the connecting zip with the trousers so if you use the zip, the water pours into your midriff and crotch. Good back protector and great summer ventilation so not all bad.

    Shark Helmet (Speed R): Very comfy, reasonably quiet and great for glasses wearers like me BUT visor seal is poor and lets the water in. Won't buy another for that reason.

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