Thank you for the above, I wasn't aware that there were any defects that all.
You are correct is personal preference - from my experience, when you have a head light racket and try to force shots over technique it is less obvious you are damaging your joints with overextension. Compared to a head heavy racket where pain will tell you nearly straight away you are doing it wrong. Increased racket head speed from a racket requires more discipline to maintain (ie timing). It will also inclined to make you lazier on footwork because you can contort your arms in ways you're not supposed to. You can build muscles to compensate for this, but as mentioned imo; its more trouble than its worth. As for issues, its the same for present and previous - Don't have official documentation for the 99 and 'early' batch issues, can you imagine Yonex releasing that? (ninja) Hear it from sellers, obviously you need to know them well before they share this... Past examples would be the AT700, Nanotech 8000X (or whatever that used to be called), FB also had a short stint I think? I ventured onto other brands after those times so I wasn't paying attention to other models, until recently looking at 88D vs 99. Surprisingly 88D is similar (in feel) to the Lining 7000i. Keen to try the 9000d... PS I haven't voted on the deal. (y)
We all have our personal preference and style of play, some players do prefer more head light rackets, so I think it's unfair to say that it's more trouble than it's worth. Do you have any information/links about the defects for the Astrox 99?
Meh, head light rackets, been there done that, more trouble than it's worth. Astorx was good though, however they had a spell of defects for the 99, still giving it a pass. Like you say, got to get back on court first! (zombie)
There's a LG 65 inch at Richer Sounds for £579. No expert so what's the consensus on here? Need to 2 x 65inchers for New house so cant go overboard
Or Foxconn ;) More honestly, it's a UMC so not the old Sharp quality.
That's only in the US. Sharp in Europe outsourced it's TV manufacturing to UMC Poland, but Sharp purchased a majority stake in UMC Poland last year. This Sharp TV is made by UMC, which technically means it's made by Sharp.
https://www.argos.co.uk/product/5488555?clickSR=slp:term:sharp microwave:3:85:1 I got this one, you can get a cheaper version for £40 less without the oven and grill function
Interested to know what the right one is or are they hit and miss? Thinking of buying one for a new holiday let this year.
We bought one from ASDA about 2 years ago much better than the old turntable ones. Also think ASDA is the cheapest for a flatbed microwave they are currently £49 https://direct.asda.com/george/home/microwaves/flatbed-digital-microwave/050503470,default,pd.html?cgid=D26M10G10C07
Have 120W version ( HT-SB150 ) and it's pretty good soundbar sound-wise but have one, pretty annoying "feature" of switching itself off after around 15 minutes of inactivity. Remote controller is also pretty bad - often have to move very close to register a command. I'm assuming 90W will suffer from similar issues but that may also not be the case.
Thats fair.. Plus stuff in places like lidl and aldi is scattered. It would be hard to know if things go missing.
Not big ..but usually small electronic items..like Bluetooth headphones or speakers are not displayed ...Barking
Where's this? It still shocking that someone would sneak out with a big item like that haha
In our local store... They don't even display sometimes....
I do might have to get one I was hoping a Samsung would be on a deal no luck so far
A good basic easy to use product well built and looks good in the kitchen heats food up very quickly would recommend if you need a basic microwave.
Add a few quid and get the model with a grill if you need one. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sharp-YC-MG51U-S-Digital-Control-Microwave/dp/B07HCSLQKJ/ref=pd_di_sccai_1?pd_rd_w=V6BCr&pf_rd_p=f45e6bfc-40b0-4749-aceb-1ea1cd205758&pf_rd_r=J22RQR79FQG85YQEP2XQ&pd_rd_r=5204327b-51c9-44f7-980b-86aee9d91785&pd_rd_wg=zHreV&pd_rd_i=B07HCSLQKJ&psc=1
It’s not stainless inside according to the Amazon questions and answers
Anyone have any model details on this. Looking for a good budget price on a microwave with stainless steel inside rather than paint enamel. Mines started rusting and i been told stainless steel inside is the way to go..
Took the leap on this. Should get £5 on top in cashback too. Sound is loud but if you the immersive kind of experience you'll definitely need a subwoofer. I don't have my space or need for one so this is fine for me.
I've got a compact JVC soundbar from Currys around £40 mark very happy with it.
Trying to get a soundbar for PC for its compactness and simpler cable management. Probably have it wall mounted above my monitors to have it out the way
Yep not too shabby for the price.Or you good get pc speaker's with Bluetooth/ 3.5mm jack.