James Dyson is a British engineering legend. A graduate of two of the UK's most prestigious design schools (Byam Shaw School of Art - now part of Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design - and The Royal College...
Just when you think you've seen everyluxuryproduct, another one comes along. This time we've got luxury screen cleaning fluid, and it comes in what looks like perfume bottles.
The manufacturers warn that using alcohol-based cleaning products can cause irreparable harm to LCD screens. They've formulated an alcohol-free, water-based cleaner that won't cause any damage to your expensive 42" plasma.
On the left, you've got the "Eazy Care", which comes in black or white, and costs £20. On the right is the "One Care", which costs £15. Refills are available for either for just £6. If either float your boat, then pick up a bottle at Currys or John Lewis.
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