How to Make a Silent 999 Call From Your Mobile

If you are in need of emergency help quickly, calling 999 gets you through to the emergency services that you need (Fire, Police, Ambulance). There are times however, when calling the emergency services can put you in more danger than you may already be in or even times when you are unable to talk. The good news is that even during those times, you can still use your mobile phone to alert the police that…

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Tips to Prevent Offline Identity Fraud

Identity fraud is a fairly common crime nowadays and with the advances in technology, it is happening more and more often. However, identity fraud doesn’t always start online and was happening way before the internet came about. In most cases, offline identity fraud will start when a person’s purse or wallet becomes lost or stolen. The steps below will show you how you can better protect yourself and your identity so that you too, do…

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Lightning Safety Tips

Many people seem to be of the belief that lightning will only occur during the summer months but this just isn’t the case. Lightning can actually happen at any time of the year and causes many deaths worldwide and substantial amounts of damage every year. The aim of the following guide is to give you some practical tips that can help you to stay safe and secure should you be caught in a lightning storm….

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Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Power Bank Review

Goal Zero Sherpa 100 AC Portable Power Bank The Goal Zero Sherpa 100 AC portable power bank is by far the most high quality power bank that we have come across so far. It also works great alongside the Goal Zero Solar Panel. If it is super fast charging while on the move that you’re after, you must check it out. This is more than powerful enough to power your phones, tablets, DSLR cameras and…

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[Product Recommendation] Swedish Log Splitter

The Smart Splitter is so easy to set up and use. Just get a base log and using the 20mm Drill bit supplied, drill a hole of at least 12cm deep and 8cm from the edge of your base log. Place the guide rod securely into the hole, then place over the guide rod the 1 metal washer, the rubber washer and then the other metal washer. Tighten the bolt so that the guide rod…

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