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If I didn't have a Breville Dual Boiler, these would be very very attractive prices. Lelit are great machines!
30/05/2024 - 19:19
Are they enough to reduce baby cries to a comfortable level? Unfortunately I have slight tinnitus and my hearing is fairly sensitive when…
28/05/2024 - 14:26
Agreed, I was there yesterday as well for the Stokke chairs. Baby village ended up having the bundles for cheaper and with the price beat,…
19/05/2024 - 20:51
If you consider the current crop of phev, it's near the top. For everyday driving in the cbd/metro, yea, but just barely. We live in…
19/05/2024 - 13:00
I've been looking around and the charger starts at around $500 while the installation can start from $600
19/05/2024 - 12:59
I have a PHEV outlander which is technically a 5+2. The two rear seats are just a bit too small for average adults to sit for long periods…
19/05/2024 - 12:56
Agreed on this setup, it is what I'm planning on doing in my next home. The Shellys are expensive but great switches.
01/05/2024 - 12:47
100%, it is a risk when you run one of these unless they're purchased by a local distributor and have the correct certs provided. If it's…
01/05/2024 - 12:44
I don't know if it's part of building code but I can understand why certain hardwired appliances like ceiling fans and air con systems…
01/05/2024 - 12:43
Generic Amazon ones. https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B09XHVXYZS/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&th=1 I also use the Tp-link…
01/05/2024 - 10:08
I use WiFi wall switches and WiFi smart bulbs. The wall switch is there so I can power the bulbs on and off using google home while the…
01/05/2024 - 09:49
We use it for our father-in-law who has dementia, it really helps him keep track of whether he's changed his clothes after a shower or not.…
05/04/2024 - 01:38
Never tried, might be worth trying to source one. Only downside I can see is that a none cheap generic battery would cost the same if not…
15/03/2024 - 14:03
Agreed, mine was great until the day it suddenly died even though it was in storage for a month.
15/03/2024 - 12:59
I can't remember the exact mechanism it uses for it but I was able to deflate a tire with the inflater acting as a pressure gauge
22/02/2024 - 15:02
I'm returning mine as my partner has said the same thing. She's used other brands which belong to friends and the kmart one can't compete.…
16/01/2024 - 22:54
Did you have to take the seat off and then fold the scooter down? I can't imagine a scenario where the scooter is able to fold while the…
23/11/2023 - 01:19
One of the best ones out there if you're looking for an electric specialty coffee grinder. It's primarily aimed at espressos but can still…
21/11/2023 - 18:58
I order this model and version at a slightly higher price from the same site, no import fees were required to ship it to NSW. Seems like…
21/11/2023 - 18:54
Was this shipped from Amazon AU or international? If the latter, does it still have the normal warranties?
28/10/2023 - 03:09
I have a "cheapo" one at home but have access to a Theragun at the gym. The easist way I can describe it is two different feelings when…
22/10/2023 - 00:18
Ahh, I have a few of these and they've always ended up being uncomfortable and bulky.
06/10/2023 - 13:33
Can I ask which Bunnings chairs you're referring to? Would like to take a look.
06/10/2023 - 12:04
Is there a difference between the Japan sim and the SEA sim?
04/09/2023 - 15:00
Depends on your door motor Most have a specific section for a hard wire kit, which this controller wires into. If your motor is similar to…
14/08/2023 - 19:21
Funny enough, that's the name of the actual Normcore store. I've purchased from them multiple times in the past without issues.
15/07/2023 - 21:25
Hey team, is the food safety supervisor course/cert enough to start a food truck or are there other certs we'd need to acquire before…
05/07/2023 - 11:45
Yep, recently opened in the Amazon AU store
24/06/2023 - 11:13
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