Lookfantastic launches limited edition Black Friday box worth over £120

News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. WHAT better way to treat yourself this Black Friday then with a brand new beauty box, and we love these ones from Look Fantastic. Their limited edition box has been specially curated to include a number of premium beauty treats, featuring best-selling products from industry icons such as Eve Lom and Dr Dennis Gross. The Black Friday Edit will have all your favourites in one place, and will save you a small fortune at the same time. It’ll be available to purchase on lookfantastic.com from 25th November with lookfantastic Beauty Box subscribers able to bag an extra £5 off. This article and any featured products have been independently chosen by The Sun journalists. All recommendations within the article are informed by expert editorial opinion. If you click a link and buy a product we may earn revenue: this helps to support The Sun, and in no way affects our recommendations. 50mm Diameter Steel Bolt This feature allows The Sun to personalise your experience so that you get the most out of your visit. You can find out more about personalisation in our pr...

Co kupiłeś i w co zagrałeś tego pierwszego dnia? – Blog użytkownika Xmachine

Czyli jak to było tego pierwszego dnia kiedy kupiłem/kupiłeś/kupiłaś dla siebie wymarzony sprzęt do grania ? a może dostałeś/łaś w prezencie od bliskiej osoby ? Nie będę tu wspominał wszystkich takich chwil z mojego życia kiedy kupowałem/dostawałem dany sprzęt i gry, bo blog musiałby być bardzo obszerny, więc ograniczę się do w miarę obecnych czasów i ostatnich zakupów, które dobrze jeszcze pamiętam . Chociaż kusi mnie wspomnieć o prawdziwym pierwszym dniu kiedy zaczęła się moja przygoda z pierwszymi prawdziwymi grami i dlatego o nim wspomnę, a mam go głęboko w pamięci; pierwszy komputer (Atari 65 XE) pierwsza konsola (Atari 2600) pierwsza gra jaką w życiu zobaczyłem na ekranie telewizora jeszcze u kolegi (River Raid) pierwsza gra jaką zobaczyłem już u siebie w domu (Boulder Dash)  Ba! pamiętam nawet zawartość pierwszej mojej kasety magnetofonowej z grami na Atari 65 XE  Tak, takie rzeczy zostają w pamięci prawdziwego gracza na całe życie, tym bardziej, że wywarło to wtedy na mnie ogromne wrażenie i gry towarzyszą mi od dzieciństwa aż do chwili obecnej.  Mimo wszystko jak piękne te wspomnienia by nie były, chciałbym się skupić na czasach obecnych i opisać tu krótko co zakupiłem...

Goodwill job services work for Volusia County resident – News – Daytona Beach News-Journal Online

Goodwill’s Daytona Beach Job Connection Center served approximately 3,800 job seekers in 2018, placing roughly 1,200 in jobs. PORT ORANGE — Billy Jack Howson is a tough man to keep up with in the aisles at the Goodwill store on Dunlawton Avenue. dave read. Pushing a dolly laden with merchandise, Howson, 44, weaves among customers like a NASCAR driver, efficiently stocking shelves with books, lamps and less easily classified bric-a-brac. “There’s always something to do,” said Howson, a mentally disabled adult who found employment with help from Goodwill Industries of Central Florida’s Daytona Beach Job Connection Center. Goodwill’s Daytona Beach Job Connection Center, at the corner of International Speedway Boulevard and Nova Road, served approximately 3,800 job seekers in 2018, placing roughly 1,200 in jobs. Through September, the Job Connection Center already has surpassed last year’s numbers — serving approximately 3,900 individuals and placing about 1,190 in jobs. On average, the center sees about 1,700 people each month, including repeat follow-up visitors. “We have different community resources,” said Jennifer Robertson, manager of the Daytona Job Co...

PET Stretch Blow Molding Machines Market is Expected to Reach a Valuation in Excess of US$ 800 Mn by the End of 2027

VALLEY COTTAGE, N.Y., June 08, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — PET stretch blow molding machines produce bottles for juices, water, soda, detergents, soda bottles and several other products by stretching preforms in both the axel direction and the hoop direction. The PET stretch blow molding machines market is expected to witness a sluggish growth that is mainly driven by the large consumer base of the beverage industry demanding bottles produced by PET stretch blow molding machines. According to a new research report by Future Market Insights titled ‘PET Stretch Blow Molding Machines Market: Global Industry Analysis 2012 – 2016 and Opportunity Assessment 2017 – 2027,’ the global PET stretch blow molding machines market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 2.2% during the forecast period. The global PET stretch blow molding machines market was valued at over US$ 600 Mn in 2017 and is expected to reach a valuation in excess of US$ 800 Mn by the end of 2027. Trends and Opportunities Rising demand for stretch blow molded products across various industries has increased the demand immensely for PET stretch blow molding machines. Manufactures are increasing their investments on design and ...

Russia to help Sierra Leone and other African countries digitize their mining industry

Russian companies are offering robots, unmanned trucks and solutions based on the Industrial Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence to African countries, to help improve productivity and boost export revenue. The offer was made by the Russians on Thursday at the Russia-Africa summit and economic forum in Sochi during a panel discussion entitled: ‘The mining industry in Africa: new Russian technologies and high efficiency’. Also present were the representatives of ZYFRA (Finnish/Russian company), Alrosa (Russia), Chetra (Russia), Maximus Mining and General Maniema Mining Company from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. “We are offering the African continent an automated mining and transport management system and robotic technologies,” said the CEO of ZYFRA, Igor Bogachev. “The system of production control allows us to improve the efficiency of the mine fleet and optimize ore production and transportation, increasing mining volume by 15%. The robotic trucks performance is 20% higher than that of the usual technology. “The dump truck driver is turned into the control centre operator. He can handle seven trucks simultaneously. Our autonomous dump trucks are already operat...

New Cat6/6a Cables from Tripp Lite are UL CMR-LP Certified Register ico-close ico-supplier ico-white-paper-case-study ico-product ico-cad

CHICAGO (PRWEB) SEPTEMBER 26, 2019 – Tripp Lite, a global manufacturer of power protection and connectivity solutions, is one of the first cable manufacturers to achieve UL CMR-LP certification for PoE safety for its new Cat6/6a cable series. These cables are tested to support up to 100W power delivery without exceeding their listed temperature rating, a critical safety standard for organizations with PoE installations. “CMR-LP cable is certified specifically for PoE applications,” said David Posner, Tripp Lite’s Director of Product Marketing, Connectivity. “This is the standard organizations should be relying on – both for current PoE needs and to prepare their infrastructure for expanded PoE adoption in the future.” These new Cat6/6a cables connect high-speed LAN equipment with up to 10 Gbps network speed. With a range of up to 50 feet, they are ideal for powering a multitude of dispersed IoT (Internet of Things) devices. Smaller than standard Cat6 Ethernet cables, they allow for better airflow to support equipment cooling and are easier to install in dense data center environments. Their foil shielding (F/UTP) construction minimizes EMI/RFI line noise and crosstalk wit...

Recycling/Scrap Reclaim at NPE2018: Technology Focuses on Boosting Regrind Consistency, Pellet Quality : Plastics Technology

There will be no shortage of new technology and highlights of the latest trends in recycling and sustainability at NPE2018. Clean LDPE film waste will be processed live at the Erema booth on an Intarema 1108 T to make high-grade scrap. Starlinger will set up a “smelling table” where visitors can smell the difference between input material and “smell-improved” granulate. The new 12 Series granulators are part of an entirely new portfolio of granulators from Conair Group. The potential of plastics recycling in the U.S. is massive, thanks to several factors, including the reduction of post-consumer plastic waste imports by China and pledges from brand owners to increase the amount of recycled material in their products. With all that in mind, expect recycling to make a big splash at NPE2018, with plenty of new technology developments, a first-hand demonstration of recycling in action, and a summit dedicated to recycling and sustainable practices. Erema North America will showcase an Intarema 1108 T live at the booth, processing clean LDPE production waste direct and without pre-shredding to make high-quality regrind. The company will also provide details on what it claims is the w...

Plain Spoke Cocktail Co. Launches Brandy Old Fashioned

MADISON, Wisc.– Plain Spoke Cocktail Co., the Midwest-based canned cocktail company, has announced the launch of its newest cocktail, Brandy Old Fashioned. This is the fourth canned cocktail in its portfolio, along with Moscow Mule, Bourbon Smash and Mojito. Plain Spoke’s Brandy Old Fashioned will hit shelves in the first week of November across Wisconsin and Minnesota, offering consumers a warming seasonal canned cocktail this fall and winter season. “You can’t get more classic than an Old Fashioned,” says Tom Dufek, co-founder of Plain Spoke Cocktail Co. “But here in Wisconsin, we make ours with brandy instead of bourbon or rye. The result is a bit warmer, but still spirit forward and incredibly smooth. We’re very excited to share one of our iconic state drinks with the rest of the Midwest.” The Brandy Old Fashioned stems back to the 1800s, when Europeans brought brandy to the states as a reminder of home. Today, the Wisconsin recipe is served sweet or sour. Plain Spoke’s uses a homemade lemon-lime seltzer and Milwaukee-based Bittercube Bitters’ Trinity. Combining a blend of cherry bark vanilla, orange and Bolivar bitters, these ingredients create citrus and floral aromas with...

UK funded inflatable operating theatre set to revolutionise emergency surgery  The Telegraph Search Icon Save Facebook icon Twitter icon Instagram icon LinkedIn icon Facebook icon Twitter icon Instagram icon LinkedIn icon

A UK-funded inflatable operating theatre that fits into a backpack is set to revolutionise surgery in emergencies when doctors are forced to operate on the hoof.  Despite its Heath Robinson-like appearance, the SurgiBox will be a boon for doctors working in conflict zones and humanitarian crises, such as earthquakes and other natural disasters, when they have to operate quickly, in the open air and with minimal equipment. One of the biggest problems for medics in the field is finding a sterile environment in which to operate. But the SurgiBox, part funded by the Department for International Development, completely covers a patient and provides a sealed, hygienic area for doctors to work in. “It’s incredibly exciting because SurgiBox creates the opportunity to make safe surgery accessible,” the inventor, Dr Debbie Lin Teodorescu, told The Telegraph. “It’s not just a good operating room, but a better than state-of-the-art operating room.” The idea is to shrink a whole operating theatre into one backpack. The tent-like enclosure is made of single-use, clear plastic to ensure no cross contamination between operations.  A rechargeable battery inflates the SurgiBox in less than two m...

Gear-obsessed editors choose every product we review. We may earn money if you buy from a

Gear-obsessed editors choose every product we review. We may earn money if you buy from a link. How we test gear. We’ve put hundreds of pieces of equipment through their paces this year, and the 21 you see here rose to the top. Our test team at Runner’s World has one job—pile miles onto the newest gear and tell you whether it’s worth your hard-earned cash. This year, we found that truly wireless headphones have matured and have batteries with enough juice to last through your longest runs. We also appreciate the foam war that’s happening in footwear, providing us lightweight, cushioned training shoes that add pep to our daily runs. And this is the year we didn’t have to sacrifice performance for stylish wear. After careful evaluation and discussion among our team of test editors, these 21 exceptional Gear of the Year products are the best you can get right now. Apple’s first true wireless earbuds for sport, the Beats Powerbeats Pro, pair excellent sound quality with a powerful battery. Unlike other totally wireless models, the Powerbeats will keep rocking long after you cross your next marathon’s finish line, thanks to a nine-hour run time. If you somehow manage to find your bud...

6 Of The Best Tents For Backpacking And Lightweight Camping – Advice & Tips – Camping

News, views, offers, competitions – sign up to our email newsletters for the latest in motorhomes, caravans, shows, camping and more. Hide message. Camping magazine’s backpacking expert Clive Tully presents a round-up of the best lightweight tents for 2019. ROBENS BOULDER 2Expect to pay £149.99robens.co.uk Of the many new models coming from Robens this year, the Boulder 2 is squarely aimed at backpackers on a budget. In fact, it’s part of a new range called Route, developed to meet the demand for easy to use entry-level tents. Manufacturing quality is excellent. Ease of pitching and pricing aimed at budget campers make this a great choice for beginners, DoE participants or youth groups. It comes out of its stuff sack with fly and inner separate, as it pitches inner first. In warm dry conditions, this may be all you need – protection from marauding insects, and a tinge of modesty if you’re on a site. When the wind gets up, you have four guys, each with two attachment points, so offering good stability even for a basic dome. Robens do wind tunnel tests for all their tents – this one comes out unscathed up to 105 kph (65 mph). That’s actually a Force 10 storm! Needless to say...

Nissan’s new Altima is a reminder of a dirty little secret among many drivers out there.

Nissan’s new Altima is a reminder of a dirty little secret among many drivers out there. We want to look sporty, but we crave practicality. There’s a deeply dipping hood that connects to an even deeper dipping V-shaped grille. The well-defined crease in the lower door looks like it was borrowed from the BMW 7-Series. Plus, a design line that begins halfway down the side continues through the bodywork until it connects with the taillights and wraps around to the rear. It all adds up to an expensive and sporty appearance. But while this looks like Nissan was trying to build something exclusive, it still starts at a very practical $24,995. Inside is more of that tingle of sportiness. The center console is positioned a bit higher than its predecessor, giving the driver the feeling of being enveloped like a performance machine. Plus, the flat-bottom steering wheel is a racecarinspired gimmick. Even with the added sports car-like feeling, it doesn’t take away from the big back seat room, generous trunk and soft ride on the road. Overall, the layout shows that Nissan has tapped into a great way for people to understand why a sedan can be more fun than an upright crossover. They’re not ...