www.seldoc.co.uk Review:

SELDOC - We are SELDOC – a GP led cooperative that provides out of hours’ care and support services to patients.

Country:, Europe, IE

City: -6.2439 , Ireland

  • D. Meyer - Came highly recommended.

    I found the composing of simple melodies for my use in my elementary music classes to be cumbersome and slower than by hand. But I got this for the printing and storage capabilities, and it is satisfactory for these purposes.

  • T&C - okay bike, not what I expected

    The bike was shipped and delivered as expected. Assembly was fairly easy but no instructions. The quality of the parts are just fair. The gold on the rims wears off when braking. Overall a decent bike but I wouldn't highly recommend it.

  • Cindy J - Cheap

    I'm actually a little afraid to use this. It feels creaky and cheap, like it's going to snap and half and hurt me or something. It barely has any resistance to it, either. A friend of mine had one years and years ago when they first came out. That one was nicely made and didn't feel flimsy. Either they've reduced the quality of the product, or maybe I got a bad one. Either way,I'm not impressed with it and feel like I wasted money.

  • Richard H. Rothschild - ... beauty we have been collecting for some time and enjoy looking at the different styles and looks for years

    It's a beauty we have been collecting for some time and enjoy looking at the different styles and looks for years

  • M John. Ellis - Acronis 2016 Cloud bad deal - Plus bad interface!

    Used to be 5 stars, but they are pushing Cloud service so hard it is irritating. They don't respect your decision to not want it. Acronis wants to suck everybody into keeping backups, files - everything in their cloud. They charge a yearly fee for this, but think about it: If you want to cancel, you will have to download all that information - maybe years worth -back to your computer before you can stop the fees. It could take a long time at internet speed to clean out your stuff. Don't fall for it - you could be spending a lot more money than you think. - and of course, they can raise the fees after the first year. As a side note: The backup software works fine but the GUI is poor. As an example: There is no context sensitive Help and you have to click on an icon to tell what it does. Most new software allows you to hover the mouse pointer over the icon and it displays options so you can quickly determine if it is appropriate. PS: After using for a month or so. I now give it 1 Star. Note: After months of using this software and two major upgrades it is still bad! The last update on 4/29/2016 (Win 7 Pro) caused errors on my computer -"Acronis Stopped Running.....". I tried to uninstall and reinstall, rolled back registry all to no avail. I finally had to restore using an earlier backup. So backup software that is supposed to protect my computer caused me to have to do a restore. What is going on at Acronis? 8/31/16 - still using product - hasn't gotten any worse, but the user interface still drives me nuts. I've tried a few disk image restores and they work fine. The core software is good, but GUI is bad.

  • F. Fahrner - Still love it after 4 yrs.

    Purchased this machine in October of 2009. It gets used from 40 minutes to an hour every day. Am no wimpy lightweight (230 lbs). The machine is holding up extremely well. Just recently I started have trouble with erroneous heart rate readings. Changed the battery and cleaned the pads but still had issues. Called customer service and they sent out a new belt no charge. The point here is great customer service. They really do stand behind their warranty, no hassel at all.

  • blackstreek - The Book of Allison.

    Jeb rarely says anything after dinner, but I've come to get used to that, I can see the appreciation in his stapled jaw after feeding him with a battered rusty cut-open can of motor oil. But in the past few days the gang at the dinner table has seemed strangely quiet - distant even - and I can't really blame the grey ashen snow flitting through the makeshift tin roof of our cabin. Maybe the radiation in the atmosphere has finally exceeded the output from the microwave, but that's hearsay spread by Candy, who hasn't said a word since a few years ago. Her hair keeps falling into the soup.