I’m not one for domestic chores but this ironing board, size C in the range, makes me feel like I need an upgrade! Measuring 124cm x 45cm (dimensions including the steam unit holder and legs are 159cm x 49cm), this board feels incredibly sturdy. With non-slip feet and several height adjustments, (older) family members have no excuses when it comes to ironing their own uniform/sports kit/king size sheets!
We received the Peak Design Travel Dufflepack 65L in the Sage design (also available in Black) which looks rather unique whilst remaining discrete about the precious and expensive equipment it embraces. Offering out a minimum of 45L up to a whopping 65L of space when expanded so you don’t need to compromise on which gear you decide to take with you, whilst the ergonomic padded backpack-style adjustable shoulder, waist and sternum straps ensure even the heaviest loads are support comfortable across your body.
Bresser’s ‘Newton telescopes’ range has become a go-to in deep sky astrophotography, and in this model, that tried and tested design has received a level-up. The MESSIER MCX-127 and telescopes of its ilk prioritise transportability and the tracking capabilities of the GoTo navigator; the NT-203s/800 f3.9 prioritises light gathering and produces brighter images. Its design has been changed from its predecessor by increasing the size of its primary mirror, which makes the images if produces deeper and more detailed.
Bresser offers telescopes for beginners through to specialists and professionals, with many options for advanced amateurs in between. In other words, they know telescopes. With their cheapest telescope at priced at €50 and their highest at almost €10,000, this company offers telescopes of an astronomical range. We looked at two solid offerings that are priced at €799 and €849 - advanced telescopes for a dedicated hobbyist.