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Pictek 2.4G Wireless Mouse with Nano Receiver, 6 Buttons, Customized Side Buttons, 5 Adjustable DPI (800, 1200, 1600, 2000, 2400 ), Energy-saving Sleeping Mode
Pictek 2.4G Wireless Mouse with Nano Receiver, 6 Buttons, Customized Side Buttons, 5 Adjustable DPI (800, 1200, 1600, 2000, 2400 ), Energy-saving Sleeping Mode
Offered by YongTop
Price: £15.99

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4.0 out of 5 stars Capable basic wireless mouse, 16 May 2016
• Note: The supplier kindly sent me a review sample for evaluation, with a request for an honest and impartial review. •

This is a wireless optical mouse complete with a Nano USB receiver with potential to reconfigure switch operation, but see note at the end of the review. It arrived in an unmarked plain white cardboard box.

Unlike the bold shapes that seem to be adopted for gaming mice, this is a rather understated design. The overall shape is symmetrical, so on the face of it equally suited to left and right handed use, however the left hand side does contain two additional switches, which by default are assigned the forward and backward functions. These are positioned for operation by the thumb of the right hand.

The upper surface of the mouse has a central gloss black area which contains the red scroll wheel/button and the DPI switch. The scroll wheel has a rubberised finish to aid grip. The DPI button cycles around the available options of 800/1000/1600/2000/2400 DPI. An internal light flashes up to five times (more flashes – higher sensitivity) to indicate which of the DPI settings has been selected. Very strangely rather than make the DPI switch transparent to make it easy to see these flashes, the switch is black plastic so you have to peer through the gaps in the casing to see the light flashing.

The base of the mouse has the battery compartment, which requires a single AA battery, not provided, and a location for storage of the Nano USB receiver.

Simply insert a battery, insert the nano-receiver into a USB slot on your computer, tap a mouse button and you’re connected and not a wire in sight.

Note: There is no need to install any drivers to operate this mouse, however the drivers are required should you wish to access the advanced options, for example to reassign the functions performed by switches five and six (by default forward and backward), see below.

This is a perfectly good wireless mouse. The range is certainly more than you’ll need on a desktop. It feels comfortable in the hand and the switches have a nice positive action. The scroll wheel has a nice rubberised feel and a light ratchet to help make control easier.

Note: The user guide mentions driver software that can be used to reconfigure some of the mouse settings, for example the actions of the thumb operated buttons. I visited the manufacturers web site but despite appearing to have an English option, much of the site was in Chinese and I was unable to find any mention of this mouse model, so was not able to test the configuration options.

For many users this would not be a problem as the standard operation is perfectly fine. However if you specifically wish to configure the switch operation to your own choice of function, you may wish to contact the supplier before purchasing.

So for use as a general purpose plug and play wireless mouse, this is a good one. My only negative is the mystery of why the flashing DPI light is hidden in the bowels of the mouse and not made more easily visible. Plus the lack of support to reprogram the mouse buttons. For these slight shortcomings, I’ve deducted a star from what is otherwise a well-designed and well-made mouse.
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Bike Mount, Comsun Universal Bike Phone Holder Cradle Bicycle Mount for Cell Phone Smartphone iPhone 6S 6 Samsung Galaxy Note 5 360 Degree Rotation Black Lifetime Warranty
Bike Mount, Comsun Universal Bike Phone Holder Cradle Bicycle Mount for Cell Phone Smartphone iPhone 6S 6 Samsung Galaxy Note 5 360 Degree Rotation Black Lifetime Warranty
Offered by imgood
Price: £16.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Handlebar mounted phone holder with some nice touches, 16 May 2016
• Note: The supplier kindly sent me a review sample for evaluation, with a request for an honest and impartial review. •

This is a phone holder designed to be attached to your bike handlebars. It has some nice touches and is surprisingly stable, but I still have some reservations about its strength.

It’s designed in three parts, a handlebar clamp, a phone holder and an elasticated phone grip.

The handlebar holder uses a screw thread to hold it in place. The bracket has a nice touch in that the jaws can be positioned at three different settings, to accommodate differences in handlebar diameter. Select the one that matches your handlebars and clamp it together using the two red silicone rubber inserts to help it grip the handlebars tightly.

The phone holder attaches via a ball joint, which gives a surprisingly firm hold and lets the phone be angled up/down and left right to an optimum chosen position. The phone is held first by the spring loaded jaws which can accommodate phones from 6.5 to around 8.5 cm in width.

Additionally the phone is held secure through use of a silicone ‘web’ the corners of which are threaded over the corners of the phone.

It works surprisingly well. I say surprisingly since I’ve attached a variety of GoPro style brackets to the handlebars and had problems with vibrations, whilst this seems less prone to vibrations.

So it all looks like 5 stars, and it would be but it just doesn’t feel robust enough for me. Nothing’s broken or even bent in use, but when thinking of trusting it to hold an expensive phone, it just doesn’t feel or look strong enough to inspire me with confidence. For a cheap phone I’d be happy to use it, and I’ll update the review if there’s any news, but for the moment, nothing scientific, but it just doesn’t feel strong enough. So four stars for the moment and we'll see how it goes.
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iCoudy Memory Foam Seat Cushion, Seat Cushion, Car Seat Cushion, Chair Cushion, Sciatica Cushion, Prostate Cushion, Low Back Pain Cushion (With a carry bag)
iCoudy Memory Foam Seat Cushion, Seat Cushion, Car Seat Cushion, Chair Cushion, Sciatica Cushion, Prostate Cushion, Low Back Pain Cushion (With a carry bag)
Offered by iCoudy
Price: £59.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Comfortable cushion that helps with posture., 16 May 2016
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• Note: The supplier kindly sent me a review sample for evaluation, with a request for an honest and impartial review. •

I spend a lot of time sitting at a computer and when I’m not sitting I’m usually riding a bike, so there’s a lot of crouching forwards which can lead to back and shoulder problems. I’ve a number of exercises that help but was interested to give this cushion a try when the opportunity arose.

The cushion arrives in its own zippered tote style bag which is great for people on the move who need to take it with them. The cushion itself is around 46 cm wide buy 38 cm front to back with a contoured padded shape with a thickness of 4 cm at the thinnest point to 12 cm at the thickest. The centre portion of the seat is cut away, rather like some bicycle seats.

The upper surfaces are covered with a black nylon material, similar I guess to that used in car seat covers, whilst the lower surface is covered in small anti-slip dots which work well.

The contoured padding is raised at the sides and the central back position and the front between your legs. All of which sets the position for your seated body. I found the cushion a little large for my computers eat so had to position it carefully to ensure it was central, or it tended to tip me to one side. With it correctly positioned, you do find yourself adopting a much more straight backed posture. Whether this is the cushion, or your awareness of sitting on the cushion, I’m not sure. I just find myself sitting more upright.

The cushion cover is completely removable. There is a full length zip that goes all the way around the base. Once unzipped you simply pull the cushion cover through the central hole and it comes away as a single piece. Replacing it took a moment or two but wasn’t difficult.

I find the cushion comfortable to sit on though on a hot day it does tend to get warm. I can certainly feel the difference if I sit down on the chair without the cushion, It used to feel fine, but now feels really hard. As for my posture, it seems to be helping, partly because it alters the way I sit and partly because it keeps making me more aware of posture when at the computer. As to my bike riding, it’s a little too large to fit on my cycle seat!
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Supertrip TM 5/8-Ounce 5-Inch 8 Segment Multi Jointed Life-like Fishing Lures Swimbait Lures Hard Bait Crankbaits Baits Colour A
Supertrip TM 5/8-Ounce 5-Inch 8 Segment Multi Jointed Life-like Fishing Lures Swimbait Lures Hard Bait Crankbaits Baits Colour A

5.0 out of 5 stars Realistic articulated fish lure, 16 May 2016
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• Note: The supplier kindly sent me a review sample for evaluation, with a request for an honest and impartial review. •

This is a realistic looking fish lure, very realistic to human eyes, so presumably so to fish, although some fish lures don’t set out to be accurate, but reflect and amplify key characteristics that attract a fish’s attention.

This one sets out to look and behave like a fish. The shape and colouring certainly make it look like a fish. It’s also articulated along its entire length so that it can flex and move like a fish. This is achieved by there being a thin very flexible nylon strip which runs down the spine of the fish. With this the individual segments are free to fold onto each other so the fish can bend very easily.

The lure has a ring at the nose for attaching the line, and is fitted with two triple-hooks beneath the front and rear of the body.

The overall length of the fish is 13 cm and it weighs 20 grams.

I’ve yet to give it the acid test, but first impressions are that it’s a very good lure.
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Vintage Edison Light Bulb E27 40W 220V Quad Loop Filament Retro Old Fashioned Squirrel Cage Screw [Energy Class A+]
Vintage Edison Light Bulb E27 40W 220V Quad Loop Filament Retro Old Fashioned Squirrel Cage Screw [Energy Class A+]
Offered by ShineDesign
Price: £5.59

5.0 out of 5 stars Decorative 'antique' filament bulb curio., 16 May 2016
• Note: The supplier kindly sent me a review sample for evaluation, with a request for an honest and impartial review. •

It feels strange to be reviewing a real old fashioned filament bulb in this age of LED light, but you’ve perhaps seen this type of bulb in a trendy restaurant and now you can have them at home (I’m not sure what the EU mandarins would have to say though).

It’s a genuine filament bulb made to look like an old Edison design. It’s even got smoked glass to fool you into thinking that maybe it’s been hanging around for years already.

Although it gives off light and gets hot, just like any filament bulb, it’s designed as an attractive lighting feature, not as a working light, so the amount of light it gives off is relatively little. You wouldn’t have stared at a 60 watt filament bulb for long, but the point of this bulb is that you can look at it without being blinded.

The filament is a long draped affair which circles around and around a central core. It glows with a dark yellow to brown colour as seen through the smoked glass of the bulb. The result is quite attractive and makes a nice lighting feature. The bulb shape also captures the nipple shape of early lightbulbs created by the blown glass being nipped off at the end..

The box says it’s a 40 watt bulb and we’ve grown accustomed to lighting whole rooms. Perhaps whole houses with 40 watts of LED lighting. This bulb takes us back to the past in the design and in the impact on our electricity bills. So you buy this as a curio, and it’s an attractive one. Maybe even more so if you can pair it with an attractive old style lamp.

I’m not sure how long the bulb will last in use. Of course the world famous Centennial Light in Livermore Fire Station California has been burning for over a million hours and has its own web cam. I’m not sure this replica will duplicate the endurance of the earliest light bulbs, but it does capture the mood of them.
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EVISTR 8GB Rechargeable Digital voice recorder spy Dictaphone With Super Long Recordering time up to 350HR,built-in 1600mA rechargeable lithium battery
EVISTR 8GB Rechargeable Digital voice recorder spy Dictaphone With Super Long Recordering time up to 350HR,built-in 1600mA rechargeable lithium battery
Offered by Evistr
Price: £24.90

5.0 out of 5 stars Voice recorder gift boxed with comprehensive accessory pack, 16 May 2016
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.• Note: The supplier kindly sent me a review sample for evaluation, with a request for an honest and impartial review. •

As this is the first review of this item I’ve tried to cover as much detail as I can.

This voice recorder comes very smartly packaged in a retail box and on first opening the initial impression is very good. The outer casing is metal and though very compact the voice recorder as a hefty feel to it creating the impression of a quality product.

The recorder measures 11 x 3.5 x 1 cm approximately, and weighs 93 grams. On closer inspection the recorder feels nice, the switches all have a good positive action.

On the left hand side is the slider on/off switch and micro-USB socket. On the right hand side is a volume up/down rocker switch and a record/save slider switch. At the top of the recorder is a metal grille over the internal microphone and 3.5 mm jacks for headphones and external microphone. The rear of the case has labels to indicate the purpose of each of these switches and connectors.

The recorder has an internal battery that cannot be easily accessed. The description states that the battery capacity is 1600 mAh.

The first disappointment is the display screen. It’s rather small at 2.5 x 1.5 cm and the display is black on grey, which with the backlight on, looks like dark blue on light blue. Some of the characters and symbols are inevitably small. They are readable but you’ll need your reading glasses if you wear them.

The recorder comes with an impressive set of accessories:-
• Remote clip-on lapel microphone.
• 3.5 to 3.5 mm audio jack connector lead.
• Wired earphones.
• USB to micro-USB charging lead.
• Telephone connector block.
• Short telephone lead.

The telephone connector block has a 3.5 mm audio socket that you can connect to the recorder, and two telephone sockets. Buy routing your phone through the connector block and connecting your recorder using the audio jack lead you can record phone conversations.

The recorder is charged using the supplied micro-USB lead.

To begin recording you slide the record/save switch to the record position. Note the recorder then initialises and isn’t ready to record for 2 to 3 seconds, so will miss the first few words if you begin talking straight away.

The recorder seems very sensitive and for personal recording there’s no need to hold the recorder to your mouth or to speak loudly. To stop the recording you have to slide the switch to the ‘save’ position. During the recording the display shows some status information, a counter of the recording length and two bars indicating the sound level for left and right microphones, though I found these bars seemed to change rather randomly.

The front of the recorder has the expected controls for playback allowing you to play, pause, fast forward/reverse and skip. The recorder comes with a strange selection of demonstration files, including flowing water, birdsong and Yesterday sung by Carol Carpenter. It also has the ‘M’ menu button.

When you connect the recorder to your PC it appears in ‘This PC’ with a name of strange characters, presumably miss-read from Chinese, but this can easily be changed to VoiceRecord or a name of your choice.
• Double-click the recorder to reveal a top level directory called RECORD and the three demo audio files. Click on RECORD to reveal the four sub-directories A through D. The recorded files are saved in .WAV format.
• The menu system allows access to management and settings to:-
• Delete files and manage directories.
• Manage recording quality and mode.
• Recording source and monitoring.
• Automatic Gain Control options.
• Time, date and timer recordings.
• Password management.

Overall it’s not a bad voice recorder. It comes with a useful set of accessories and is nicely presented in a gift box. Recording quality is quite good and it’s easy to transfer files to and from your PC. It appears well built and has lots of configurable options in the menu system.

In terms of usability, commands often cause it to enter a couple of seconds of initialisation before the recorder can be used and it is irritating to find the first words of a recording nave been lost whilst it was getting itself ready.

I’ve not tried it with Dragon Naturally Speaking voice to text software but will try to give it a go when I next have work to do with Dragon.

There’s a lot to like about this recorder. The display could be better and the initialisation delays might become irritating, but it’s well built, has an internal battery so no triple-A batteries to buy and the accessories are really handy as if bought as a gift the recipient has nothing else to buy.
I’m torn between 4 and 5 stars and have plumped for 5 on the basis of the metal body build quality and the completeness of the supplied accessory pack.
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Food Thermometer - Ascher Ultra Fast Cooking Thermometer, Portable Digital Instant Read Thermometer with Long Probe, Best for Kitchen Cooking, BBQ, Poultry, Grill [Foldable, Fast & Auto On/Off, Red]
Food Thermometer - Ascher Ultra Fast Cooking Thermometer, Portable Digital Instant Read Thermometer with Long Probe, Best for Kitchen Cooking, BBQ, Poultry, Grill [Foldable, Fast & Auto On/Off, Red]
Offered by Brigen
Price: £9.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Good folding food thermometer, 16 May 2016
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• Note: The supplier kindly sent me a review sample for evaluation, with a request for an honest and impartial review. •

This food thermometer has a neat design which incorporates a folding probe. This not only reduces the length of the thermometer but also makes a clever on/off switch. The thermometer automatically turns on when unfolded and off when folded up. To make sure it goes off completely you need to click the probe back into its locked folded position. You hear a definite click when this happens. It has a 10 minute auto-shutoff in any event.

It operates from a single AAA battery, not provided, which is inserted into the battery compartment on the back of the thermometer. On the front is an LCD display with characters approximately 1 cm in height. To the right hand side of the display are three small pushbuttons. An on/off button, a hold button and a button to choose between centigrade and Fahrenheit measurements. Note the on/off button only functions with the probe unlocked from its folded position. The hold button is useful as it retains the measured temperature even after the probe is removed from the food. This is particularly handy if it’s not possible to view the temperature whilst the probe is still in place.

The measurement range – 50 to +300 centigrade or -58 to +572 Fahrenheit is indicated on the front of the thermometer as are a list of temperatures for cooking various meats.

I tested the thermometer with a saucepan of rapidly boiling water and by pushing the probe into ice in the freezer. The readings were 100.7 and -17 centigrade and the ambient temperature of 19.7 centigrade which aligned with another thermometer, so I took these as an indication of the accuracy of the device.

As I was only able to push the probe into the ice a few millimetres, it showed that the temperature is taken right at the very tip of the probe. This is just what you want so that it measures the temperature deep within the meat, rather than at the surface, just how you want it to.

All in all, the thermometer worked very well and appears accurate and I like the foldaway design.
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®BeFit24 - (Size 4) Posture Corrector for Women, Men & Kids - Kyphosis Back Support Brace - Made in Europe - 5 Year Warranty
®BeFit24 - (Size 4) Posture Corrector for Women, Men & Kids - Kyphosis Back Support Brace - Made in Europe - 5 Year Warranty
Offered by "BeFit24 (Next Working Day Dispatch)"
Price: £36.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Seems to be doing its job well, 16 May 2016
• Note: The supplier kindly sent me a review sample for evaluation, with a request for an honest and impartial review. •

I do a lot of cycling and from time to time have problems particularly with my neck. After visiting a physio it turns out that back and neck problems are par for the course due to the riding position, so I have a number of exercises I perform to help loosen my neck and shoulders. When I was asked to review this posture corrector I was keen to give it a try to see if it helped with these problems.

It’s made largely from a strong canvas like material with padding added at appropriate positions. There are large Velcro pads that are used for holding it in place when tightened.

In a nutshell there is a waist belt that you wrap around your waist and fix in place with the Velcro. There is a back portion, that runs up your spine, which contains two very stiff components that do the work of holding your back in an upright position. Attached to the top of this back section are two long straps with shoulder pads. These pass over your shoulders, under your armpits and cross over your back before being held in place with Velcro round the front.

The effect is that the two shoulder straps pass over your shoulders and pull them back towards the stiff back pieces. In effect they pull your shoulders back, pull your back to a straight vertical line and open up your chest.

It’s very much like the feeling you have when you are carrying a very well fitting good quality backpack that’s well loaded. The difference being that you’ve not got the heavy load to carry.

There’s an instruction sheet that gives advice on how to put on the corrector and how to use it, for example how many hours per day and building up use. It has pictures but they aren’t that easy to follow as it covers several different types of posture corrector.

To be honest it was a bit of a faff putting it on the first time as I was trying to work out where the straps went, but once on it was quite a comfortable feeling. You wear it under your clothes though over the top of a t-shirt since the straps will feel itchy. It’s not that obvious to anyone else as it doesn’t bulge so much (Don’t get me wrong it’s not invisible, but neither does it turn you into the Incredible Hulk), so I’ve kept it on whilst popping round the corner to the shops with a jacket on.

You can pretty much carry on with whatever you’re doing whilst wearing it. You only really notice it if you bend down to pick things up, when you can feel it stopping your back from arching forwards. Other than that it gets to feel quite comfortable. I’ve noted that other reviewers have found it uncomfortable. It might feel comfortable to me because I always carry a backpack when I’m cycling and it feels weird to cycle without one, so perhaps that’s why I like the feeling so much. It does straighten your back and depending on how tight your pull the straps, it pulls your shoulders back, both of which are what it’s for, but might be considered uncomfortable positions.

The instructions advise to wear it over clothing and I certainly found it uncomfortable if worn next to the skin.

It appears very well made and strong. Again I’ve seen comments that it curls up after one use, but I can only say mine looks how it did when I got it, though I’ve only worn it for a couple of weeks or so.

As for sizing I have the large and it seems to fit as it should. I’m certainly going to keep wearing it and see if there are long term improvements. I can’t say at the moment as it’s not been long enough.

One area where it could be improved, I think the instructions could be much clearer about how to put it on properly.

I’ll update the review when I’ve tried it for a little longer.
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VIMVIP® 5 in 1 USB-A-Micro USB Type-C Card Reader Adapter with TF/SD Read Write Function for Macbook ,Google Nexus 5X, 6P All Micro Type c Phones and Windows Laptop (Silver)
VIMVIP® 5 in 1 USB-A-Micro USB Type-C Card Reader Adapter with TF/SD Read Write Function for Macbook ,Google Nexus 5X, 6P All Micro Type c Phones and Windows Laptop (Silver)
Offered by VIMVIP NEXTANY
Price: £9.99

5.0 out of 5 stars SD and Micro-SD card reader with Standard USB, Micro-USB and Type-C connectors, 16 May 2016
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• Note: The supplier kindly sent me a review sample for evaluation, with a request for an honest and impartial review. •

This is a compact card reader capable of accepting SD and micro-SD cards. It’s a dual end design with caps protecting a new Type-C connector at one end, and a standard USB connector at the other. The Standard USB connector has a party trick as it also contains a micro-USB connector, so in all there are three connection options without the need of cabling.
• USB Type-C
• Standard USB
• Micro-USB
The addition of the micro-USB connector is great as you have all the connection options without having to carry cables to convert from one to another.

The overall design is quite nice with a plastic core with an aluminium outer casing, which makes it look smart and gives it a degree of protection. The Type-C end cap is tight fitting whilst the standard USB cap is rather loose and is likely to be lost as there’s no retaining strap to hold it when it’s been removed.

Both the SD and micro-SD card slots are on the side of the device.

The card reader works well. The description states that it’s USB 3.0 capable. I grew up in the age of steam powered computers so I’m still working with USB 2. The reader performed well at both read and write operations.

I like the compact size as it can easily be slipped into a pocket or bag and having three connector types available without having to carry any cabling is neat. I wish the USB end cap was more secure as I know I’m going to lose it. If you’re in need of a card reader, even if you don’t yet have a phone with a Type-C connector, this might be a good choice in the event that you upgrade your phone sometime soon.

I’m tempted to deduct a star for the loose end caps. It would be much better if the caps were retained on straps or something similar when removed, however the neat USB to micro-USB connector wins the star back.
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Keenstone® 3.5mm 1 to 5 Stereo Audio Headphone Headset Earphones Splitter Adapter Converter Connector Music Sharing Device Music Hub for Samsung iPhone iPod iPad MP3/MP4 Players Tablets (pack of 2)
Keenstone® 3.5mm 1 to 5 Stereo Audio Headphone Headset Earphones Splitter Adapter Converter Connector Music Sharing Device Music Hub for Samsung iPhone iPod iPad MP3/MP4 Players Tablets (pack of 2)
Offered by MatrixSight
Price: £9.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Pair of neat six way audio connectors, 16 May 2016
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• Note: The supplier kindly sent me a review sample for evaluation, with a request for an honest and impartial review. •

It’s simple enough device. You plug an audio source into one of the sockets and headphones or speakers into as many of the others as you choose and up to five sources can share the input. So no more need to have one earpiece each to share audio, now you can create your own spiders-web of connections, and sit in a circle to share the sounds.

Of course you could connect more than one source. If you’re clever this could be called mixing, with both of the source audio tracks playing at the same time. If you’re not so clever you might just call it a din.

The six pointed star-fish shape is made of plastic with metal audio connectors. It feels robust and well-made and the audio sockets look to be of decent quality with crackle-free contacts when in use.

In the pack you get two connectors and two short audio jack leads to connect to an audio source. So two-groups of five can share or with a little imagination up to nine of you can listen to a single source.

Other uses might include routing audio between different audio devices so you do not constantly have to plug and unplug audio cables.

Note this is a passive device, it simply connects cables together. There is no amplification so as you split the signal, the signal level at each output is likely to fall needing at least an adjustment in volume.
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