September 16, 2014 | Money Saving Tips & Tricks |
During student nights out, whatever city you’re studying in, you’re guaranteed to hear Bryan Adams’ “Summer of 69” in which he states that “those were the best days” of his life – a phrase which many also use when talking about the university days.
In an attempt to help make sure that your time at university makes up some of the best days of your life, at eSpares, we’ve looked back on our time at university and compiled a list of some of the essentials you’ll need.
February 15, 2013 | Repair, Re-use & Recycle |
Spares aren’t particularly exciting. No matter which way you cut it. I mean you wouldn’t take the family or a loved on one a “spares” shopping spree at the weekend or treat them to a voucher for a new oven thermostat on their next birthday. Nonetheless they are great and are essential to keep our appliances working properly. Not to mention they will save you time and money vs buying new.
January 2, 2013 | Money Saving Tips & Tricks |
The end of 2012 is nigh and all in all I’d say it’s been a pretty top year at eSpares. I felt like compiling my favourite how to videos in the eSpares catalogue thus far for no other reason than I want to.
There is no method behind the madness here. Simply put, I like these videos best and equally for different reasons.
October 23, 2012 | General Appliance Care & Advice |
Marketing Week has published an interesting article about the lengths manufacturers such as Servis, Beko and LG are going to, to create appliances that consumers not only need but more importantly want and desire.
October 10, 2012 | General Appliance Care & Advice |
Yesterday, daredevil skydiver Felix Baumgartner was meant to attempt the highest skydive in history from 120,000 ft, breaking the sound barrier. As he fell, scientists would be monitoring the effects on his body in the hopes to develop life-saving technology that could be used by high-altitude pilots, astronauts and space tourists.
June 9, 2011 | General Appliance Care & Advice |
My post the other day about the breadmaker got me thinking. Basically, while having the means to easily make your own bread must certainly be nice, a breadmaker is pretty much a luxury that it wouldn’t be too hard to live without. I mean, you could just buy a loaf of Kingsmill. Or if the urge to bake becomes too much, your regular oven is a perfectly acceptable substitute.
December 29, 2010 | Competition  |  eSpares Updates |
We’ve had a cracking time this year at eSpares. Here’s a little look back, a retrospective if you will, at some of the best stuff.Read more