I'd look at claiming for that under the consumer rights regulation.
Just because they say their warranty is only a year doesn't necessarily mean that they're absolved of all responsibility afterwards.
Saw some top quality fake Rolexes today. Just a slight issue that they appeared to be made of plastic.
I thought KWP, and the whole defence, were pretty poor. Sterling had the beating of him for most of the game and really shouldn't give him a free header.
The defence is probably going to be Spurs' biggest liability this season.
They're quite a well known brand. Do good stuff for the price. A lot of watersports stuff so plenty of expertise in that area.
We've seen a few, some of them new instructions, and our place isn't on the market.
We've had a few in to value our place though so they want to keep us sweet to try and get that job.
Looks like Lastpass has tripled in price from $12 to $36 per year. Think that could be enough to push me to another option.
Yep, in theory I don't see what's wrong with it but it does seem a bit strange. Looking at a place with a needlessly large bathroom in the loft conversion so considering how feasible it is to use some of the space with a washing machine.
I think this was an issue with Apple not allowing apps full access to NFC until the next version of iOS is rolled out (so it will have to be a fairly new iPhone too).
It needs the access to read the chips in passports, etc so this one isn't necessarily on the government.
Ebay is full of refurbed business machines for a good price which is the way I'd go.
The NUCs are nice for the size but you're paying for the form factor.
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