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From lives lived through music, sport, poetry and politics, here are the autobiographies to read this summer
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From cameras and lightbulbs to sensors, we took a look at the best of the new and easy to use smart home products that can get your house connected and keep you safe.
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Carry your beauty essentials in style with one of these chic cosmetic cases. There are handbag-friendly options and more sizable bags for your holiday make-up haul
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Grilling doesn’t have to mean bog-standard burgers and sausages. We find the cooking kits to liven up your al fresco offerings
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Bag bursting at the seams? It's time to invest in a spacious, on trend tote that's made to last
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Keep your belongings sand-free and safe in sun with one of these stylish and practical carriers
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Whether you’re off to a festival or camping in the countryside, there’s a battery pack that will let you keep your phone and other gadgets charged
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From hanging a picture to getting through tough masonry, we find the tool for the job
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Protect your locks from the sun and master beach chic with these summer hair savers, including shampoos and conditioner for sun protection
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Whether you’re after a rustic-looking wood burner, an efficient electric heater or a firepit that doubles-up as a barbecue, we find the contraptions to keep your outdoor space cosy
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If play at Wimbledon is inspiring you to take to the court, try one of these bits of kit. There’s gear for everyone, from first-time players to Murrays in-the-making.
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Enjoying the great outdoors need not mean roughing it. Here's our pick of seats for campers who value comfort
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Give your eyes some extra definition with these hard-working liners
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Saddle up and get in gear for summer rides with our choice of biking apparel
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Love the music but hate the mud?  Here are some fine wellies to keep  your dancing feet dry
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Even if space is tight, you can still create a horticultural haven at home with these cleverly designed planting solutions and tools
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Perfect your moves in comfort with one of these hard-wearing bits of kit
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Take the pain out of an early morning wake-up call  with one of these stylish time pieces
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Whether it’s a city break or a business trip, these bags will save your essentials from the hold
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Photographers in the know are turning to CSCs - smaller, lighter alternatives to SLRs
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