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u/philter · 2 pointsr/ReviewThis

I have an 8" Shun Ken Onion right now and I love it. It's my first real quality knife so I don't have a ton of other cutlery with which to judge it by, but the balance is awesome on it and it holds an edge really well. I usually hone it with the shun steel ever 2 or 3 times I use it and it's back to it's razor sharp self right after. I would agree with one of the reviews on Amazon that said "I didn't know what sharp was until I got this knife". I think they're set at a 16 degree angle, which is a bit steeper than most knives I believe. Though I think Wusthof does 14 on some of theirs.

I've had a couple of stamped kitchen aid style santoku knives and I've used my sister's Wustof set, but I think my Shun outshines those quite a bit.

If I had a choice I would've gotten a 10" blade. The 8" is great for most every day home cooking, but it would be nice if it was a bit longer for things like breaking down melons and larger items.

I was able to get a crazy good deal on it last year right after new years it was around $90 for the 8" with the bamboo rack. So I would shop around a bit, and if you can wait for holiday sales you can probably get a good deal on whatever knife you decide on.

u/nrj · 1 pointr/ReviewThis

Unless you're fond of being struck by traffic, I would strongly recommend against any pair that seals off your ear canal, is "sound isolating", etc. If you run on the road, they're pretty unsafe.

I have a pair of Koss KSC75, so I'll review those: The sound is decent, especially for the price, and they're quite loud. You said that clip-ons tend to chafe, but I've never had this problem. They're comfortable enough to wear on even my longest runs, but tend to become less so if you wear them for a very long period of time. The cord is 4' long, which I find to be perfect: long enough that you can hold your mp3 player or keep it in your pocket, but not so long as to be cumbersome. I've owned them for about 8 months and they've taken a surprising amount of abuse without suffering any damage. The jack looks a bit fragile, but I haven't had any problems (jack or otherwise) yet. Overall, the best headphones I've ever used for exercise, and a great price.

I also owned two pairs of these, but in both of them, one speaker gave out after a few months. I believe it was a problem with the connection at the jack. I would not recommend them.

u/mepel · 1 pointr/ReviewThis

I just dug up the receipt, I paid 100 for it a year ago (apparently it's only been a year, not 'years'). After I bought it I saw it below 90$.
It's probably a discontinued model at this point but I'm sure you can find the next generation of it.

There's also the DeLonghi EC155 which has excellent reviews, costs $75, and I think you can even get it at target so you can try it out to see how much you like it. I ordered this one for a friend and she likes it but I've only used the Salton which I wouldn't be surprised if was a better build.

u/tyeddingston · 2 pointsr/ReviewThis

I have the Wahl Peanut. It's pretty basic but I like that it runs on a single (rechargable) AA and never really suffers from a decrease in power. Comes with 5 length attachments. It's small, you never need to plug it in, and it gets the job done. And it's pretty cheap. I love mine.

u/PaperJesus · 2 pointsr/ReviewThis

I have been using these for the past couple of years and they are pretty amazing. My ears do get a bit sore after using them for an extended period of time (3+ hours) but that hasn't bothered me too much. I have been using new ear pads for about a year now (I ordered some last August) and they're still in pretty good condition). The thing about new ear pads is that they make the headphones feel brand new again. My pair was purchased by my dad almost twenty years ago and they're still in great condition. I have heard from my cousin who has purchased a few pairs of these is that the ones they produce now are inferior compared to the pair I own because they're made of plastic and not metal anymore. I have another cousin who bought these and they are just about equal sound-wise. She also says her ears don't get sore from them, but that they can get really hot after an extended period of time.

u/weffey · 1 pointr/ReviewThis

I have a Panasonic SD-YD250 and have had it for about a year. I go through phases where I'm making bread every couple of days, then ignore it for a month or so.

I've been happy with it, and have tried white, whole wheat, rye, and gluten free breads with it. Overall, I have been happy with it, although I haven't tried all the modes yet. I really like the the crust darkness control, as I do like a thick crust.

I tried banana bread once, and it turned out ok, I should probably have mixed it then put it in a pan to bake.

It does have a pizza mode and a mix-only, or bake only mode as well.

u/huggy12 · 3 pointsr/ReviewThis

lenovo have got some pretty good work laptops with good intel i7 processors and for this particular model, 6 gb ram, which are both essential for video and music production.

Acer has a decent model one with a good i7 processor but only 4 Gb ram, which might not be enough for heavy workloads.

Samsung has another good model, which has similar specs to the lenovo (6 gb ram, i7 processor) but seems to be out of stock on amazon, but you could buy it in shops anyways.

Lenovo model

Acer model

Samsung model

There's probably a bit more out there that I might have missed, so shop around if you can ;)

edit: you should be able to play most N64 emulators on almost any laptop these days, but I'm not sure about running portal on integrated graphics cards which all of these have, you'll have to look for something more expenive for games.

u/Psycroptica · 6 pointsr/ReviewThis

I used to work for a music company, and if you want a pair of studio-grade headphones, the creme de la creme are the Beyer Dynamic DT 770 PRO headphones for $170. These are the headphones musicians use to record their music.

  • super comfortable
  • doesn't leak sound
  • you will hear bass like you've never heard it before
u/zpao · 3 pointsr/ReviewThis

I've owned the MDR-V6s for years now and I love them. They have excellent sound and while not noise cancelling, the music stays in and the outside stays out. I've brought them on airplanes and while they aren't going to be the same as those Bose things, I'm impressed with how little plane noise I hear. They don't make really great walking around headphones (the long coil cord is awkward), but are great at a desk where I'll swivel or lean back.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/ReviewThis

Do you know what's tastier, quicker and easier than a bread machine and cheaper too? Get yourself a baking stone, danish dough whisk, gallon food bucket and this book:

I have a top-of-the-line Zojirushi and it sits in a box in the garage now. This is the one I have: - Like other bread machines, it doesn't brown the top which is half the reason I love eating bread. I can vouch that its recipe book makes a very nice variety of white, wheat and quick breads as well as jam and sour dough. Since the loaf pan is horizontal you have to even out the dough before it starts to rise so it doesn't bake lopsided but other than that it's very nice.

u/cruel_angels_thesis · 1 pointr/ReviewThis

logitech x-530 are really good. Dont recommend ones under $30 though if you want bass and loud clear sound. Logitech overall has really good ones. My cousin has these and they sound great too when he was playing Crysis and Battlefield.

u/Darkone06 · 2 pointsr/ReviewThis

The best thing I ever used was Natures Cure

It was a pill system that only cost ~$20 and came with some cream. The difference was noticeable in 3 days.

This had amazing results and I never once heard of ay dangers associated with
Everyone I know that use this product had great results.

u/jimineyprickit · 1 pointr/ReviewThis

I've had the Logitech X-230 speakers for about 3 years. Extremely happy with them. They sound really good, even when you crank it to 11.

u/huensao · 1 pointr/ReviewThis

I love this watch. Beautiful in person, and can be adjusted to fit any wrist. I hate how bulky most men's wristwatches are.

u/JohnPaul_II · 2 pointsr/ReviewThis

If you're just planning on using them with something static, I can't recommend stretching to a pair of these enough. They sound better than anything in that price range, and will last you for years.

Wouldn't bother with those £15 Sennheiser ones, my younger sister has a pair, and they're pretty rubbish.

u/silverdrake3 · 1 pointr/ReviewThis

Check your local thrift stores. You'd be surprised how often you find great, almost-new appliances for under $10.

My mother uses one of these she got at the thrift store for $5 or so. She's been using it constantly, sometimes multiple times a day, for bread, pizza dough, you name it.

u/BlendedCotton · 4 pointsr/ReviewThis

Are you looking for gas or charcoal? I have a Weber One-Touch 22.5" and I am absolutely in love with it.

u/poo-poo · 2 pointsr/ReviewThis

I read that the V6s have the same sound as the 7506s, the 7506s are just a rebrand of the old product. Was I mislead? If not I think it's cheaper to buy the V6s, which have amazing sound in my opinion.

u/Aww_Shucks · 1 pointr/ReviewThis

Koss KSC75 Portable Stereophone Headphones
Amazing quality. They should cost a lot more than they do. I've owned a pair since November of last year and I haven't had any problems, and as you can tell by the design (not noise-cancelling), I think it fits the bill.

u/FelixP · 2 pointsr/ReviewThis

Just ordered one of these from Amazon.

u/AlaskaInWinter · 2 pointsr/ReviewThis

DeLonghi EC155 15 Bar Pump Espresso and Cappuccino Maker: Cheap and fast, and can be had for ~ 40$ today, using Amazon's coupon OCTGET20.

u/SeriouslyLaughing · 6 pointsr/ReviewThis

I can't recommend the Sennheiser HD 202's enough. Don't let the price fool you. I've been buying these headphones for years. (Actually the model I own isn't currently in production but was succeeded by the HD 202's). I accidentally broke my last pair and just bought a new pair of these. I own many different headphones including a pair of AKG-K701's and I actually prefer the Sennheisers for most casual listening.