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WisePrimate Bluedock Bluetooth Music Receiver and Adapter for iPod and iPhone Audio Docks . Adapter for iPod and iPhone Audio Docks including iHome, JBL, Logitech, and other 30-Pin Audio Docks for Wireless music. Connect Bluedock adapter to your speaker dock and control your music from your phone up to 30 ft. away
WisePrimate Bluedock Bluetooth Music Receiver and Adapter for iPod and iPhone Audio Docks . Adapter for iPod and iPhone Audio Docks including iHome, JBL, Logitech, and other 30-Pin Audio Docks for Wireless music. Connect Bluedock adapter to your speaker dock and control your music from your phone up to 30 ft. away
Offered by Mootech
Price: £24.99

5.0 out of 5 stars cheap and easy solution to a very expensive problem, 4 Dec. 2015
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This little device is a quick, cheap and easy solution to a very expensive problem. I bought a Hifi a number of years ago with the old, 32 pin iPod dock. It worked well with the old iphone 4S but then of course the 'new' iPhone 5 arrived - game over: £90 for a new one.

This device has just solved the problem for a fraction of the price. It works well and actually allows you to hide the dock and associated wires, result!

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A Championship Year
A Championship Year
by Jenson Button
Edition: Paperback
Price: £12.08

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing, 2 Dec. 2011
This review is from: A Championship Year (Paperback)
I bought this book having enjoyed a number of F1 autobiagraphies recently. Unfortunately this one has all the hallmarks of publishers attempting to capitalise on Button being thurst back into the public psyche as soon as they could.

The chapters are repetetive with very limited insight into even the 2009 season. The parts of the book that describe the race itself are preceded by a summary of the result - its as annoying as glancing at the news before the Match of the Day repeats start!

There is nothing in this book that details any earlier than the phonecall to Button advising Honda were pulling out of F1. Very disappointing and full of 'padding'.


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