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Logitech MX Keys review – an absolute unit of a keyboard

There are two main camps when it comes to keyboards; those that are happy to type on anything and those that really want the best experience possible. Logitech is clearly...

Exercise bike vs treadmill: Which one is for you?

Exercise bikes and treadmills are both highly effective pieces of equipment for cardiovascular exercise at home. After all one of the most important things about exercise is consistency and being able to...

How to stay motivated to declutter your ENTIRE house

Everyone likes a clean home, but like dieting it is something that sounds easy but is actually pretty hard to do in practice. It's amazing how easy it is...

The Drybell – A fantastic sand/water portable kettlebell for travel

Travelling, especially longer term travelling csn be frustrating if you are trying to stick to a workout. Visiting gyms for the day quickly becomes expensive and not having your usual workout equipment around limits the...

Essentials for surviving a long haul flight in economy class

Water Here's a little known fact about airlines, the cabin air is kept at extremely low humidity in order to prevent any corrosion to the aircraft. While this is...

The Eleksmaker A3 Pro Laser engraver – an in-depth, long term review

When it comes to low power laser engravers there are multitude of available options, however when you start researching them you will find that Eleksmaker is one of the biggest players in this area. They...

The best speedrope for exercising on the go

Staying fit on the go isn't the easiest, and unless you have access to a gym all the eating out can really start to affect your body and your mood. Jogging is also not always...

GPD Pocket 2 Screen Protector Review

The GPD Pocket 2 is a great little device and has quickly become my go to machine for working on the go, but it's not without its quirks. One of them is...

GPD Pocket 2 – an in depth, hands on review

If you have been in the computing space for a while you may remember the days of the UMPC or netbook. I fondly remember my 8.9 inch screen Acer Aspire one netbook,...

Packing Cubes – Overboard or Essential?

One of the biggest traveller debates just behind backpacks vs suitcases is whether or not to use packing cubes. I have only recently started using them and I admit that this was brought on by...