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3 November 2017

Benefit of home emergency cover

Is home emergency cover misold? My emergency cover company claimthey have done their job by ‘fixing’ the leak I had by ripping out my hot water tank 27 hrs after calling them out. N
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Jerome Mcbean says:
13 December 2017

Best practice code for Lodger Landlords

Why are lodgers as excluded from protection just because they are excluded occupants? This needs regulation, protect their money, legal agreements with inventories make easier dispute resolution
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Keng says:
19 November 2017

Cabbin luggage size should be standardise to avoid buying different sizes when flying with different airline. The alternative is to buy the smallest size which will accomodate all airline regulation.

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21 November 2017

Hi Keng, thanks for the suggestion. I’ll be feeding it back to the team. In the mean time, you may be interested in this Convo: https://conversation.which.co.uk/travel-leisure/easyjet-hand-luggage-new-dimensions/

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AdamKay says:
7 November 2017

abandon the EU mpg tests and have a real life on car test done in the real world, not a lab

bought a 1.0 TSI 3 cylinder that is quoted as doing 51mpg urban. getting about 29-34mpg.

new test introduced this September is still rubbish.

Equaindex tests would catch the cheats for NOX and MPG.

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Zan says:
6 November 2017

Spare part costs and repair costs

I always look for something that is good value but will last for a long time and be repairable. Recently I have been horrified cost of repairs. Please ‘Which’ factor this into your evaluations.
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Beverly says:
12 December 2017

Garden Bargains

I know you have already looked into this. I have had a very bad experience with Garden Bargains and I feel the wider audience should be aware, I have been conned
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Larry5 says:
5 December 2017

Make it so that Microsoft can’t preinstall Windows on PCs

It is counter competitive and hinders the users from using computers as they wish to and they aggressively push Microsoft products and services
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30 November 2017

Vehicles sold with in appropriate tyres

My SUV manufacturer’s handbook recommends the tyres are changed from Nov to April. Research shows many cars/SUVs are sold with in-appropriate tyres, buyer are not told and the insurance is at risk.
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Jen Hall says:
26 November 2017

Product of the Year awards

These surveys ask people to choose between a product youve never heard of or a brand leader. Its fixed! It means nothing
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peter walton says:
23 November 2017

damp problems with cavity wall insulation

damp problems with cavity wall instillation caused buy the wrong insulation.
government run schemes.
it seems as though no one wants responsibility.
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Alan Brown says:
20 November 2017

Airline Check In Weighing Machines

How often are the check in weighing machines calibrated , are these results publicised , are there agreed industry wide price points per kilo , how much do airlines earn from charging customers.
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cesarella says:
15 November 2017

why is it so difficult to deal with estate agencies to sell your properties?

Hi, I have been trying to sell my propriety since last May, but I have found it difficult to deal with estate agencies who do not tell you the truth.
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Ewart says:
8 November 2017

Consider your audience. Font choice and size matters

Fonts such as Calibri are difficult for the elderly to read because they are so “thin” and appear grey, instead of black.
By the same token New Times Roman (a Serif font) usually defaults 10pt
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Venus Lin says:
8 November 2017

Government past & present for far too long have been afraid of getting rid of Leasehold Tenure and should replace it with Commonhold especially on new developments since 2002

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6 November 2017

Ban Over 50s Whole Life Insurance

Over 50s Cover: £36.56pm will pay a 66yr old £6656 on death. Av male lives to 87. Total paid by then £9213. Term Life Ins: £36.56pm will pay a 66yr old £30,000 to age 90 (£10529). STOP Over 50s!
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Lina says:
29 October 2017

Does anyone know a reliable video doorbell?

I have tried Ring RVD2 Video Doorbell 2 but it became increasingly unreliable after two months. It seems other products have even more problems. Does anyone know a quality doorbell?
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Lina says:
29 October 2017

Are there any video doorbells that actually work?

I have tried Ring RVD2 Video Doorbell 2 but it became increasingly unreliable after two months. It seems other products have even more problems. Does anyone know a quality doorbell?
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Valerie Steel says:
24 October 2017

Can which do some research on dental water piks.

Have had mine just a few months and already the motor has given up the ghost!
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mjod1952 says:
24 October 2017

Fuel prices always xxx.9 pence

Why are petrol stations allowed to show prices in fractions of a penny that we cannot spend? Prices of something.9p are only ever going to be accurate when we buy exactly 10 of whatever it is.
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Anne Patterson says:
18 October 2017

Re 60 articles…….

I (literally) can’t live without INSULIN PENS.

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14 November 2017

Thanks for sharing your idea Anne. Please do add it to this convo: https://conversation.which.co.uk/home-energy/best-products-design-technology/

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dyfnwal says:
14 October 2017

Instructions on Cleaning bottles

Instructions need to be clearly written in black on a white background, not white on a yellow and background as SC Johnson does with drain cleaner.
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13 November 2017

A Which best buy I bought just 3 weeks ago (Fire Angel ST-622 smoke detector 86 per cent) on which recommendation also because of good reviews has now hit the headlines, sky news, and internet. Fail

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Rach10876 says:
16 November 2017

Bedroom Tax

Why are people having to pay Bedroom Tax if your under occupying your home . I think this was the worst thing the government could have brought in.
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