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Product Review: Draper Expert 4 Drawer Tool Chest

Michael Neeves, 09 July 2014 08:30

Draper Expert 4 Drawer Tool Chest: £199.98 Time used: Six months What’s good? There’s lots of nice attention to detail on this four-drawer lockable steel toolbox, which travels around the country with me at race weekends. Sturdy, soft-gripped handles make lifting easy, the lid opens via hydraulic rams, so the action is satisfyingly smooth, and the large foam-lined drawers slide ...

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Product Review: Petronas Durance Chrome Cleaner

Tony Hoare, 09 July 2014 08:30

Petronas Durance Chrome Cleaner, £4.99 Time tested: One month/two bikes What’s good? There aren’t many products for a fiver that can make me feel happier about my bike, but a good chrome polish like this is one of them. On a bike with plenty of chrome it doesn’t take long to lose a little of its sheen, and this Petronas ...

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Product Review: ProGuard BikerPlugz

Tony Hoare, 09 July 2014 08:30

ProGuard BikerPlugz, £14.99 Time tested: Two months, 2000 miles What’s good? There are lots of positives to these reusable earplugs, which are far superior to the basic foam earplugs I’d used for my previous 12 years of motorcycling. These are more comfortable, block out less of the noise I want to hear while also reducing the windblast that I don’t ...

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Product Review: Reed Chill Cheater Transpire socks

Andy Davidson, 02 July 2014 09:00

Reed Chill Cheater Transpire socks, £12.90 Time tested: Five months/ 6500 milesWhat’s good? These are without a doubt the warmest socks I have ever tested. Kayaking firm, Reed Chill Cheater has hit the nail on the head with these fleece socks. They were originally developed for divers working in freezing water temperatures but they work great in motorcycle boots too. ...

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Product Review: EDZ Graphite merino wool top and leggings

Andy Downes, 02 July 2014 09:00

EDZ Graphite merino wool top and leggings, £50 each Time tested: Six months What’s good? These are a brilliant addition to my riding kit and as well as seeing me through the last winter they are still on standby for any chilly rides now the weather is supposed to be better. They are super soft, extremely comfortable, breathable and sit ...

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Product Review: Rock Oil SOC degreaser

Emma Franklin, 02 July 2014 09:00

Rock Oil SOC degreaser, £4.80 (400ml) Time tested: Three years What’s good? This is the stuff I rely on for getting rid of all the oily, greasy muck that accumulates on my bike. Often, just using a regular detergent designed for bikes you end up smearing all that oil and grease around, especially in areas like the underside of the ...

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Product Review: Oxford Aqua 50 roll bag

Liam Marsden, 02 July 2014 09:00

Oxford Aqua 50 roll bag, £59.99 Time tested: Five months What’s good? This rollbag seems to use the same technology as Mary Poppins’ bottomless bag. All at once I’ve fit in a tent, sleeping bag, roll mat, other camping gubbins, all my clothes for a week plus electric chargers and still had room to spare. And because it’s a rollbag ...

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Product Review: R&G Racing single-sided paddock stand

Richard Newland, 02 July 2014 08:30

R&G Racing single-sided paddock stand, £134.98 Time Tested: Two years What’s good? What really attracted me to this R&G stand was the bearing-mounted pin that slides into the bike’s hub. I already had a functional, if old and slightly ugly, single-sided paddock stand for my Ducati 996, but it had a fixed pin. Why does this matter? Well, storage aside, ...

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Product Review: Weise-Tex windproof top

Emma Franklin, 02 July 2014 08:30

Weise-Tex windproof top, £59.99 Time tested: Three years What’s good? Under textile jackets, over leathers or even just as a casual jacket, this top is a versatile way of keeping warm. The Weiss-Tex top has been designed as a mid layer, which means that it should be worn over base layers and beneath your outer biking kit and combines stretchy ...

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Product Review: Beta 12-piece swivel end ratchet combination spanner set

Tim Thompson, 18 June 2014 08:30

Beta 12-piece swivel end ratchet combination spanner set, £279.60 Time tested: One year What’s good? A tool snob I admire greatly and want to be like thinks a spanner should be just a spanner, that hybrid ratchet combinations are gimmicky marketing-inspired mongrels best avoided by trainee purists like me. But these Beta combis are beautiful and useful indeed. At one ...

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