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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: MyCro onboard video camera

Liam Marsden, 11 June 2014 08:30

MyCro onboard video camera, £100*Tester: Liam MarsdenTime tested: Two weeks *Price subject to exchange rate What’s good? The current market leader for onboard video cameras, GoPro, sells its top camera for close to £400. The little box you see here costs £100 – but the gap in price certainly isn’t echoed by such a large gap in quality. And unlike ...

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Product Review: Oxford Warm Dry top and bottom

Liam Marsden, 28 May 2014 10:30

Oxford Warm Dry top (£29.99) and bottoms (£29.99) Time tested: 3600 miles/three months What’s good? It’s sometimes difficult to tell whether base layers – especially ones designed to keep you warm – work, but these Oxford base layers definitely take the chill off. Their presence is especially felt on my legs. The foot loops on the bottom of the trousers ...

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Product Review: Held Moto-Flash rucksack

Liam Marsden, 30 September 2013 12:30

Held Moto-Flash rucksack, £69.99Time tested: 2000 miles/two months What’s good? There’s loads of space – 30-40 litres – and the roll top means I’m not as limited as I would be with a zip closure. The padded back of the bag means it always feels comfortable on my back and nothing digs in while the straps have plenty of adjustment ...

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Rucksack Review: Oxford XS35

Liam Marsden, 29 July 2013 14:43

Oxford XS35, £89.95 Time tested: 1800 miles/Two month What’s good? The main compartment is seemingly bottomless and thanks to the rolltop you can stuff in plenty, so long as you can roll the top over once – it’s not as limiting as a zip. The first time I used it I managed to fit a video camera, microphone, wireless receiver, ...

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Product Review: Knox 6 Pack rucksack

Liam Marsden, 03 June 2013 08:23

Knox 6 Pack rucksack, £44.99 Tester: Liam Marsden Time tested: 20,000 miles/three years What’s good? This has stood three years’ daily abuse and is still going strong. The main compartment is roomy and the two side pockets are ideal for wallets, phones, etc. The included laptop case and visor pouch are excellent features that set this bag apart. The straps ...

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Product review: Oakley Mayhem MX goggles

Liam Marsden, 05 October 2012 16:33

Oakley Mayhem MX goggles, £49.99Miles covered/time: 1000/eight months What's good? They’re very light and as such they’re really comfortable. Even though I wear glasses under the goggles, which has been awkward with other goggles, the Oakleys are light and flexible enough to slip over my glasses without trying to push them out of shape or into my temples. The interchangeable ...

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Product review: SBK Generations

Liam Marsden, 09 July 2012 14:11

SBK Generations, £29.99Time played: One month What's good? The career mode is improved from last year. You now start in 2009 and have up until the end of the 2012 season to win the WSB title. So this means you start racing Crutchlow in WSS, before moving through the ranks if you’re good enough. In previous years you started in ...

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Product review: Trials Evolution

Liam Marsden, 15 June 2012 10:25

Trials Evolution, 1200 Microsoft Points (about £12)Time used: Three weeks What's good? Pretty much everything. This is the sequel to the hugely popular and brilliant Trials HD, and as such takes everything that was good about that and takes it up to 11. Levels are bigger, more fun/frustrating and the skill games have been taken to another level entirely, with ...

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Product review: Knox Cold Killers face and neck mini tube

Liam Marsden, 07 June 2012 16:47

Knox Cold Killers face and neck mini tube, £16.99Miles covered/time: 1300/three months What's good: At first I was sceptical it wouldn’t be much better than a simple cotton neck warmer, but it is. It’s much warmer than your average and the extra part, which covers the top of your back, front and shoulders, stops any draft getting down your jacket. ...

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