Got one for six pounds from b and m and it's eggcellant.
Appreciated the advice. Always store my eggs at room temp.
Soft eggs are hard for me to judge too. I love soft yolks but HATE runny white bits. (zombie) It is difficult to get them right. After playing about with this, your partner should have good eggs. It also makes a difference if you use room temperature eggs or fridge eggs. Fridge eggs take a tiny bit longer. :)
Thanks. My partner is excited as she can never judge soft eggs cooking time.
Posted 20th FebPosted 20th Feb
Swan 9,000BTU Air Conditioner & 24L Dehumidifier only £237 Delivered with Code at Swan£240 Free P&P Free
I am actually looking at something different recommended by a friend called a drimaster, might end up getting that now.
What did you end up purchasing?
Don't suppose anybody knows if the water these dehumidifiers gather in their collection tanks, possess any of the properties of deionised water. Can it be used in a steam iron to reduce furring up of the element?
Good idea will do it now :)
I know, anything is better than damp rooms. Make sure you get that 2 year warranty confirmed.
Posted 26th JanPosted 26th Jan
Swan 3 Litre SS Fryer with Viewing Window Now £35.55 with code Delivered From Swan£35.55£39.9911% off Free P&P Free
£18 in ASDA too, but the ASDA one doesn't have an odour filter, this one looks like it does.
I bought this exact fryer from Amazon last year. The quality is disappointingly poor. The handle on the basket was defective and the lid wouldn't close properly. Had to send it back. Just a word of warning. I paid less than this, too.
I could eat that now (lol)
I splashed out and got a tefal one where you can clean the oil into a tray at the moment, so good... Its a bit of effort as it takes ages and you need some freezer space but I make chips using this method now and they are amazing...
this is quite pricey for this. these are generic fryers that get rebadged by a wide range of companies. i paid about £18 in tesco for mine.
Posted 25th JanPosted 25th Jan
Swan Retro 6L Manual Air Fryer in Blue - £63 Delivered Using Code @ Swan£63£8929% off
If it's any benefit mine starts high and goes down to about 48 after being left on for an hour or so goes down to about 42.
Had mine for a few days and its much louder than I thought it would be so not been using it in the bedroom where the mould and windows are the worst. Seems to work well enough and captures about 275ml per hour in my one bed flat. I don't trust the humidity sensor which seems to start at 85-90% each time I turn it on (definitely don't think it's that high) and then only settles down to about 65% at it's lowest after being on for a few hours. Wish it had an on and off timer function - the only options are 1) set it to come on after an hour or more while off 2) set it to go off after an hour or more whilst it's on; Unable to do both
Got mine yesterday, by no means is it quite. When off my room sits at 19db when on it sits at 42db. It's pretty loud.
Received mine today. Works really well so far. In less than an hour it reduced my humidity from 95% to 65% (according to the LCD).
As is so often the case with e-tailers. You try cancelling 10mins after regretting an order and all of a sudden they are running an efficient despatch department which 'unfortunately can not stop the order from being processed'. Good trick to get them to despatch quicker I guess.
Posted 22nd JanPosted 22nd Jan
Swan retro 5 piece pan set £56 @ Swan£56£69.9920% off Free P&P Free
Ordered these a few months ago in grey. Whilst the colour is lovely i’d say look closely at the handles which appear cheap and plastic. Wouldn’t order again
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These are fantastic pans. Bought them to replace Prestige pans that lost their stick. The Swan ones are miles better. They look great as well. I paid £23 for these which is a bargain. £17.50 is just a ridiculous price. Easy heat for this deal.
I got these for Christmas. I really like them, they look good, heat up quickly on my gas hob and the non-stick does work well (I do fry with a little vegetable oil)
I got a de buyer one as a gift recently. It's a good job but have to spend some time seasoning it and can't leave it wet or it'll rust. Almost as good as a new non stick pan and don't have to worry about replacing it in a few years when the non-stick comes off. Will probably out last me if it's looked after
Posted 3rd JanPosted 3rd Jan
Swan 20l Dehumidifier £126.40 with code @ Swan£126.40
Timer does work as count down. It doesn’t switch off when reached to a target set level of set humidity. Manual says when plug in it shows room humidity level for 3 sec then off. But, I noticed when plug in there is no LED display. LED display humidity only in the run position. Does anyone else noticed these or otherwise please?
im looking at this one Ecoair Summit 12L Compact Dehumidifier for up to 3 bed house - 2 years warranty | Appliances Direct
guys need one for my mums small house 2 bedroom , mainly corners and windows get condo will these Meaco ABC 12l be good ....Don't want really spend £200
Cool, starter mine yesterday as well. Have you figured out why there is a target humidity setting? It does not seem to auto shutoff. I put target of 50 and it sucked humidity down to 47 without switching off.