He’s not the first person in the world to be
frustrated with vacuum cleaners. Just the
first to actually do something about it.
Like many of us, James Dyson was frustrated
with his vacuum cleaner’s lousy suction. So he
decided to develop his own. After testing over
5000 prototypes, he created the first vacuum
cleaner that doesn’t lose suction. So, come and
see a Dyson vacuum today. It’s the vacuum
The vacuum cleaner that
doesn’t lose suction.
For more information, visit www.dyson.com or call our
helpline at 1-877-397-6622. Available in most warehouses.
Also available on www.costco.ca.
58 The Costco Connection JANUARY 2008
Lawn & Garden Buyer
A RECENT TREND has been the creation of complete outdoor living spaces,
which include all the comfort and ame-nities of the indoors in your backyard.
Perhaps nothing exemplifies this
better than the Island Grill, which incorporates all of the facets of an indoor
kitchen into a complete outdoor unit.
Now everything you would ordinarily do
indoors—food storage, prep and cooking—can be done in the great outdoors!
The Island Grill features:
■ a built-in compact refrigerator for
■ a 304-grade stainless steel sink
■ 0.56 square metre (875 square
inches) of cooking area, which includes
three 12,000 BTU main burners and one
12,000 BTU infrared rotisserie burner.
The 304-grade commercial-grade
stainless steel outdoor range offers an
electronic ignition system and individually controlled range top and griddle so
you can perform all of your cooking
functions simultaneously, and the modular three-piece kit is easy to configure
as an L-shaped or galley-style kitchen.
The Island Grill also features hidden
liquid propane tank storage with pullout
tank trays (propane and tank sold separately). Item #229906 C
quiet and comfortable. Easy to clean; affordable.
Cons: Not terribly durable, depending on
manufacturer and grade. Usually requires
Pros: Many colours and textures available. Warm, extremely comfortable and quiet.
Easy to replace.
Cons: Requires frequent vacuuming and
should be professionally cleaned every 12 to
18 months. Cleaning may require restretch-ing.—WF