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Reviews - June 2006

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10th Jun 2006 DVD: Sender Films Return2Sender

A Peter Mortimer Film Watching Return2Sender is a bit like reading a book by an author new to you can sometime be. The style can be so irritating and such hard work that you are prone to giving up...

9th Jun 2006 Nuts: DMM Walnuts Set

DMM Wallnuts There's not a whole lot to say about nuts. At the end of the day the principle is pretty basic: a tapered chock on the end of a piece of flexible wire. Said chock is wedged into a...

8th Jun 2006 DMM: Delivernance Rope Bag

I was a little dubious about this bag when I first used it. That was because I threw away the instructions and didn't grasp the concept immediately. Basically it is a two part bag: a waterproof...

7th Jun 2006 Guidebook: Fontainebleau Off Piste

Every now and again I get a little more excited than normal about a review. Why? Because the product in question is a new Fontainebleau guide! Fontainebleau, home to some tens of thousands of...

6th Jun 2006 Guidebook: Versante Sud Arco Rock

Arco Rock Featuring Sarca Valley, Trento, Roverto, Giudicarie Valleys & Brenta Dolomites. Written by Matio Manica, Antonella Cicogna & Davide Negretti Reading the blurb inside the back cover you...

1st Jun 2006 Rope: Mammut Serenity 8.9mm

Mammut Serenity 8.9mm 60m Ropes are one of those bits of kit that we kid ourselves about. We buy a new one and read all the blurb that comes with them scaring ourselves with the talk of 'stretch...

1st Jun 2006 DVD: Tjugo Pa Kjuge

I have mixed feelings about this DVD. On the one hand it showcases a fantastic looking bouldering venue somewhere in Sweden. On the other hand it follows the same fairly tired old format of funky...

1st Jun 2006 Bananaguard

It'd be a hard job to top some of the other reviews for the Bananaguard on the site. I will add that it does its job very effectively. My two gripes are as follows: 1. It is a little hard to open....

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