"This is my first trainer. I've not used or owned one previously, so gave it a generic score of 'good' since I can't compare to others. Being my first, I took my time to put the trainer together. It wasn't difficult at all, in fact easier than I thought. Because it took no time to construct, I kept thinking I've missed something but all was good. I've only trialed it once and the resistance was great. Maybe that's the difference between a SuperCrono and the standard Crono. One thing that disappointed was the plastic protector pads (the ones that sit under the trainer to protect the floor/trainer from scratches) broke off easily. In fact it broke off while I was constructing the trainer. Having seen how the pad was designed and constructed (single plastic insert into a hole on the metal frame), it was a pretty poor effort given the quality build of the trainer as a whole. I didn't bother returning the trainer. Just used blu-tac to hold it together. Seemed to work fine on my first run."
"Great and handy little stand for small cleaning and tightening jobs on the bike. I used it to clean my chains and it held up perfectly for the job. Need a flat surface else it might topple over but what would you expect from a small light weight stand with narrow span."
"I'm a medium size fit but have smaller hands than most so I bought a small size glove and found it to be a snug fit. As a result it is slightly uncomfortable between the fingers on longish rides, but only on one hand. Hoping that it might stretch a little. Could've gone with a medium size."
"A great value cycling top and it looks fantastic. Beware as it's a small fit. I'm a medium size fit and I got a large. It was just long enough length-wise but still tight on the chest. Go one size up."
An Evolution of the best selling Night Vision Jacket. In a new fabric and new design featuring a removable LED tab, front hand pockets, hood fittings and loads of reflective trim this is the Ultimate commuting jacket.
"I've been looking for a versatile cycling jacket for a while and I just found it. Not only does it keep the wet weather out, it also doubles as a running jacket but works well to keep the cold out in the winter morning rides too. On top of that, it looks great, fits perfectly and comes with a free attachable light which was a (surprise) bonus; and handy in the dark morning runs. Initially, I wanted a red one, but I'm glad I got the black because I'm wearing it casually too..."
Pros: Attractive, Comfortable, High Quality, Lightweight, Versatile, Good Fit
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Ultralight Convertible Child Carrier
The Ultralight Convertible is an inspired design influenced by a normal daysack. It's compact, lightweight and offers ample storage for those essential bits 'n' bobs you need for a day out.
Best Value Purchase
Posted24 January 2011
Fit / Size
"Lightweight, practical and value for money were the first things that came to mind when I first laid my eyes on the LittleLife Ultralight Convertible Child Carrier. Now that I've tried it, I can confirm all those assumptions and more. It's also easy to use, functional, looks good and I'm very happy with the purchase. Now, I don't have to worry about a pram or my 2 year old disappearing into the crowds when we're at outdoor events or camping. I also like the fact that I still have 2 hands free to continue with chores when the little one wants to be carried."
Pros: Great Value, Comfortable, High Quality, Adjustable, Lightweight, functional