Our DATA tool expert visited the launch of Makita’s Brand new products for 2014 today, and he was delighted with what he saw.
Two brand new 36v machines….with a built in adaptors to take two 18v batteries equalling the power of 36v!
You can buy the 36v SDS Drill or 36v Circular Saw as naked units complete with MAKPAC connector case. The DHR263 ZJ SDS Drill features a 26mm capacity in concrete which is more than some 2kg professional mains drills.
The DHS710ZJ Circular Saw features a 190mm blade and 66mm depth of cut, again, just like a mains circular saw. Black peppercorns – This was something that we found out pretty early on that we were going to have to just do without. Bed linen – While we had expected that the cheaper end of the linen scale would not be there for us this year we had expected that we might be able to find something somewhere.
Canned foods – This one is not something that we really thought about when we started this challenge. Batteries – When we started we knew fairly quickly that batteries would have to be rationed.
Something we need to finish with is that this list has taken us quite a while to put together. Lemons would never have been British so I think you are being too hard on yourselves with this.
Concerning bed linen, aren’t there any manufactures left in Northern Ireland producing linen bed sheets and pillow cases? I think you could allow yourself a lemon or two…after all, they have never grown in the UK! The maximum size of sheet these guys seem to produce is cot bed – is Lucan in a big bed now?
I believe that the Meyer lemon variety may be tough enough to growin UK, but it is a hassle looking after citrus trees. I bought two dresses (?16 each) in Tesco both designed and manufactured in the UK with Union Jack flags proclaiming it etc. A normal British family’s view on the EU Referendum – a clear guide to the winners and losers following Brexit. Grampian Power Tools have one of the largest selections of power tools, hand tools, accessories, cutters and finishing products in the North East. We are the one of the largest Makita & Bosch agents in Aberdeenshire, and offer a full repair and service facility to our clients.

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Here at Ridgeons we are proud of our huge range of handtools from the leading manufacturers including Stanley, Irwin, Bahco, Jack, Marshalltown, Monument, Estwing, Wilkinson Sword, Record, Maples and Faithfull, plus access to a choice of over 20,000 additional products available for next day delivery. Whether you need a hammer, screwdriver, or handsaw, or something more specialist, Ridgeons will be able to help and advise to ensure you get exactly what you need to do the job right. Our branches not only have the choice to meet your handtool needs, but have the knowledge and training to ensure you get the right tool for the job. With staff trained by manufacturers, Ridgeons can provide expert advice on the right power tool to suit the job. Manufacturers in stock include, Bosch, Makita, Metabo, Festool, Milwaukee, Panasonic, Scheppach, Mafell, Trend, AEG, Paslode, Arbortech, Fein, Belle and Dewalt. You can rely on first class after-sales service since the Specialist Power Tools Centres are also authorised service and repair agents for power tools sold on the site and carry over 5000 different spare parts.
Used Makita offers the webs widest range of Makita powertools, direct from the manufacturer. So instead of having to buy a 36v SDS Drill or 36v Circular Saw with a different battery system to all your 18v gear…you can now use your 18v Li-Ion batteries !! To keep the world a balanced place we thought that we would now list our top 10 things we either miss and cannot find, or are really disappointed that aren’t made in the UK. That said it doesn’t stop us missing the taste and wishing that there was a way to grow it or buy it made in the UK. However as we approach summer and want to make zingy dressings for our lovely home grown salad the absence of lemon is quite obvious and sad. Despite looking for the last 6 months we have yet to find any sheets of any kind either for us or for Lucan that are made in the UK. It is sad that a whole industry has left the country forever but hopefully there is someone somewhere who might bring it back one day. It would be fair to say that every British household will consume a certain amount of battery power each year and we are no different.
What we have found so far has all been bought online and while there are a good number of people providing for the alternative market in many ways there is almost no British made clothes for everyday wear at a reasonable cost.
Their phones are gorgeous with a capital G but are also well out of our price range starting at around ?5500. If you have to leave it outside, keep it in a sheltered spot and make sure it is wrapped up all cosy in fleece to stop the frost getting to it. I suspect the LED’s are not made in the UK but it would be fantastic to find a business making light bulbs of any type in the UK.

Limes and oranges are not such an issue and are something that we could be forced to live without but lemons are one that summer will not be quite the same without. I can only assume that there is little weaving left in the country especially when it comes to cotton and this is why there in no British made fabric available either. When we started looking at just how far the canned food had come we were really quite surprised. Under-wire bras are a particular need at the moment and again while there are companies making skimpy just cover you up bras there is nothing in the more substantial end. We clearly have the skills to make mobile phones and very glamorous and gorgeous ones too so where is the more accessible British phone?
We hope that this is not read in a negative way as we really are all about celebrating what we do make and not lamenting what we don’t, however we also felt that in order for there to be balance we should share the downsides of our year along with the upsides. I recently bought some lovely vintage linen pillow cases, made in Belfast, still new in their original packaging.
They don’t normally sell to the public, but if you talked to them they may offer you something.
Rev Sidney Smith in 18th century defined civilisation as being somewhere you could buy a lemon!
At least you can have both ice and lemon in your Warner Edwards gin over the summer months! I can also recommend Big Beautiful Barbara Brown for clothing – not too expensive and can be custom made to your measurements. I will however put a caveat in here that there are still fabulous weavers of tweeds etc but not so much weavers of everyday cottons and linens. Dried pulses were off the menu as well as these are only packed in the UK which for us being strict this year is not enough. We had heard at the start of the year that River Island and Topshop among others were bringing more British made clothes to their stores but nothing substantial as of yet.
I will also put towels into this category as we have not found anyone producing these at an accessible price point either. There is one supplier of dried fava beans (broad beans) and peas, Hodmedods but these still need to be soaked and boiled before ready to use.

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