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Commented on shanmuganandg's review

May 18, 2006 02:33 PM

...about a decent bike. i use an 180 dtsi, though.

Commented on akshay22's review

Apr 25, 2006 12:36 PM

kinetic's got a terrible history of providing service to the vehicles they make. i used to use the original ki-hos, never had a problem. then bought a nova (first big mistake ever made) and repent it each time i use the scooter. the blaze looks good on paper and so do the reviews (professional an...d consumer). but in real life, after say 10kkm, i wouldn't trust a kinetic made product. sorry for the pessimism... just saying what i feel. good review, though!Read More

Commented on kushrajput238's review

Apr 18, 2006 07:34 PM

man... go ahead and buy an achiever / unicorn / whatever... while i totally agree with you on the matter of a single kick, all others are (in my humble personal opinion) parts of the bike's character. and i've done numerous long rides on this bike (i have a 180 dtsi nov'04) and haven't had any... problems with the seat. good luck with your quest!Read More

Commented on ram_cv's review

Mar 17, 2006 01:09 PM

@pri20: inflatable life jackets are a must on every plane, barring the things that you fly yourself. somebody must have tried to pull a fast one on you... no worries! @ram_cv: well-written review - keep it up.

Commented on sanamrk's review

Mar 17, 2006 01:06 PM

landings may be aborted at almost the last moment, due to instructions by the atc or when the pilot decides it's not safe to land. this one point is NO way to decide upon an airline's safety ratings... at the minimum, you may want to give the guy some good points for safety considering that he decid...ed it wasn't a very safe moment to land. again, punctuality is dependent on lots of other factors, including how crowded the airport is and so on... but anyway, i'm going to fly kingfisher tomorrow chn-blr and back, so i'll add my two cents too later. good review, otherwise.Read More

Commented on loveurlife's review

Feb 07, 2006 12:15 PM

maan... i bought this in chennai in nov'05 for rs.21.5k - with bill and warranty (of course) from a nokia dealer. cheers, yak.

Commented on kkkkhhhhh's review

Feb 07, 2006 12:11 PM

nope... doesn't work very well. i wouldn't suggest any sort of covering on the phone that covers more than the standard supplied case... see, it needs ventilation and all that. and what do you do when you have to do a hard reset (you'll get used to doing it, i guarantee)? this says that you've to... remove the battery for atleast 10seconds and then reboot the phone... you'll waste 20bucks everytime you do a cold lamination. cheers, yak.Read More

Commented on harini699's review

Feb 07, 2006 12:05 PM

good review, though i don't totally agree with you on all points... see, i use a 7710 and have been totally happy with it. except for its size, of course... and the fact that it's not the strongest body around. keep yr reviews coming! cheers, yak.

Commented on hkollar's review

Jan 10, 2006 07:12 PM

yo! this is a very good review, though you could have added some technical inputs too. keep going!

Commented on norukku's review

Nov 11, 2005 02:59 PM

just keep the [esc] key pressed for 5 seconds, and it closes all apps except Desk and Telephone. will get around to writing my own review of this superb phone soon :) good one, sridhar.

Commented on asviswanaath49's review

Jul 28, 2005 06:55 PM

yo! is this a review of the bike or of rto's in various parts of the country? and since you're on the topic of rto's, why have you given the bike a 1star rating? any justifications? cheers, yak.

Commented on vivek1010's review

Jul 28, 2005 06:45 PM

too bad about your problems, but i have an 180 dtsi since nov'04, have run it just over 6,500km, and am absolutely happy with it. yep - gears don't work the way they should, lights are pathetic, and it *does* have starting trouble after more than a couple days' stoppage... but what the hell, the ...kick it gives me is worth a lot more than all these... 3 round bangalore-chennai trips, all solo, and one more huge 700km trip this weekend... naah, who cares about little gear problems? cheers, yak.Read More

Commented on jeetu_mirchandani's review

Jul 28, 2005 06:38 PM

do you call this a review, or just a misduiged, mental rant? my friend, you've got a lot to learn about writing reviews - the first of them probably being - don't write any. good luck, and next time come with usable information. cheers, yak.

Commented on adrenofx's review

Jul 28, 2005 06:34 PM

people: i have a nov'04 180 dtsi, and it's loads better than the newer mag-wheel one... if you don't know or don't like this statement, why don't you try out both bikes first? the only advantage i see in the new dtsi's is the gas shocks - in which i disagree with adrenofx... they are simply super...b. been too lazy to write my own review, you see... cheers, yak.Read More

Commented on own review

Mar 06, 2005 12:44 PM

thanks, harshal! do let me know if you did buy one, and how it's going now... cheers!

Commented on arunroy's review

Dec 29, 2004 03:40 PM

arun: this is one of the best documents i've read on ms... not so much about the hercules itself as it is about cycling as an art form... cheers! i own a hercules topgear ez delux too (the 18-gear one), and agree with almost every sentiment you've made. sridhar. ps: both the ti cycles links... don't work... could you update these if possible?Read More

Commented on deadboyalive's review

Dec 27, 2004 03:33 PM

dEaDbOyAlIvE... it's a little difficult understanding what you want to say when you use an unknown variant of the language... otherwise, i guess your enthusiasm's obvious... cheers, sridhar.

Commented on cyrus007's review

Dec 16, 2004 03:16 PM

cyrus... you need a license before you ride any vehicle. that's not a safety regulation - that's a mandatory legal regulation. nice comments in your review - keep it up! cheers, sridhar.

Commented on abhijitad100's review

Dec 16, 2004 03:14 PM

abhijit: your idling rpm looks normal to me - i have a new p180 dtsi, and it idles very comfortably well @ around 1000rpm - whether first start in the morning, or after a continuous 300km ride. cheers! yak.

Commented on thegreatone's review

Dec 15, 2004 03:23 PM

amazing for a first review! keep up the good work! cheers, yak.

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