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[Apple MFi Certified] Syncwire Nylon Braided Lightning to USB Cable - Lifetime Guarantee Series - for iPhone 6 Plus 5S 5C 5, iPad Air 2, Mini 3, iPod 5th generation, iPod nano 7th Gen - Aluminum Connector - 3.3 ft / 1m Space Gray
[Apple MFi Certified] Syncwire Nylon Braided Lightning to USB Cable - Lifetime Guarantee Series - for iPhone 6 Plus 5S 5C 5, iPad Air 2, Mini 3, iPod 5th generation, iPod nano 7th Gen - Aluminum Connector - 3.3 ft / 1m Space Gray
Offered by Syncwire
Price: £29.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Finally, affordable and good-quality..., 23 April 2015
I've tried various non-Apple iPhone cables in the past and most of them have been second-rate and short-lived, but these Syncwire Lightning cables seem to be one of the few that stand up to direct comparison with Apple's official originals. I've tried both the white and the grey braided versions and they're both quality products. The cables themselves are quite thin but feel sturdy and hold their shape a little, which is sometimes a sign of decent shielding inside. The cables seem to be very securely bonded into their connectors, which is the main problem I've had with cheap cables, the cables work loose and the cable stops working. The grey braided cable also has metal plugs at both ends, not plastic ones, and the casing seems to be formed with a single piece of aluminium so shouldn't split apart, another problem I've had with cheap low-quality cables. Most importantly both cables work for both power and data - that might sound like a silly thing to say but Apple-approved Lightning cables must have a 'gateway' security chip in the Lightning connector and if the chip is absent the iPhone or iPad won't allow a data connection for syncing, although you might still be able to recharge the battery - it's another issue with cheap knock-off cables but these Syncwire cables are fine and work perfectly for both power and data.

The white cable has a silicon-like feel, and looks a lot like Apple's original, except for a Syncwire logo on the Lightning connector. It's also not quite as soft and pliable as Apple's cable but that's not really a negative thing. If you're just looking for a more affordable replacement or spare than buying the Apple-branded version then you couldn't do much better. The grey braided cable has a nylon shielding threaded around the cable and feels extra-tough, although I'm not sure it actually would be. It gives the cable a good look, a bit like fishing line or climbing rope, and looks especially cool if you've got one of Apple's devices in Space Grey to connect it to. Warning, don't quickly run your fingers down the cable to straighten it out or you get a nasty friction burn - I just discovered... My preference would be for the grey braided cable, it's worth the extra £1, but either of them are a really good quality and affordable replacement for Apple's own cables and a step up in quality from the plethora of cheap knock-offs - plus they come in a nice enough box too, so if you're buying them as a thoughtful gift you won't look cheap!


Panasonic ALL1 Network Audio Connector
Panasonic ALL1 Network Audio Connector
Price: £199.00

3.0 out of 5 stars Not ALL that..., 22 April 2015
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
At first the Panasonic ALL1 worked fine for me and I thought I'd avoided all of the connection problems other reviewers had - then after a firmware update (the second in a month) and the unit being disconnected and moved to another room it threw a tantrum and refused to reconnect, at least for a while. Setting up the ALL1 up on your home network should be simple enough: you simply connect it to your hi-fi amp with the supplied (but quite short) phono cable and then turn it on. At first the unit creates its own (unprotected) wi-fi hotspot and you temporarily connect your smartphone (or other device) to that which allows you to log into the ALL1 and set the username and password for your existing home network. The ALL1 then shuts down its hotspot and reconnects to your home wi-fi network and from now on you can use the Panasonic Music Streaming app on your iOS or Android device to play individual songs or create playlists. The ALL1 lets you play songs direct from your smartphone or tablet, from a NAS server you might have setup (for example using PLEX or a DLNA app), from internet radio app's or from streaming services like Spotify, though you'll need a premium Spotify account for this to work.

In theory, because it uses wi-fi, the ALL1's got several advantages over similar devices that use Bluetooth - the range is much greater, so you can control the device from anywhere in your home you have a wi-fi connection whereas Bluetooth has a more limited range, usually only in the same room. Bluetooth usually uses its own codecs to recompress music before sending it over the Bluetooth connection, this reduces the sound quality quite audibly (although the aptX codec is pretty good) whereas the ALL1 can send the original files over your home network with no additional compression necessary - if you store your music in a lossless format this will mean a significant difference in audio quality. Finally, the ALL1 must have some onboard storage of its own (although Panasonic aren't admitting how much) because it doesn't continually stream the music from your smartphone or tablet, it simply uses the app as a kind of match-making service. You pick the songs you'd like to spend some time with and the app makes the introductions between the music source and the ALL1 and then steps away leaving them to get along with each other - so once you've setup your chosen playlist you can switch off your phone and the music still plays.

In practise however, the ALL1 isn't all that. The first impression isn't great, it's an ugly little plastic box with a faux-leather texture on the top and a faux-woodgrain effect on the sides - it's as if Panasonic are channeling the worst aspects of 70's hi-fi - and it even smells a bit funny (although faintly). There are three touch-buttons on the front each with their own LED which flash in incoherent ways to indicate the current status of the device. You'll need to download the full operating manual from Panasonic's website to make any sense of these morse-code-like communications - the manual that's in the box is a quick-start guide only. To be honest the unit looks and feels like a prototype device Panasonic decided to put on sale to gauge interest, it doesn't feel like a finished product at all, at least not one from a company with the prestige of Panasonic.

This prototype impression continues with the iOS app too, which is a slight re-interfaced and rebranded version of Qualcomm's own 'AllPlay Jukebox' app and is (slightly) inferior to it in most ways, although luckily both work with the ALL1 so you have a choice. Once you've created a playlist you can quit the app but I found that it was very difficult to reopen the app to add, remove or skip songs from an active playlist, it sort-of works but the app doesn't update itself with the current state of play and so you have to manually stop then restart the playlist at the right place - which is just clunky. The biggest problem is how difficult it can be to get the ALL1 recognised by the iOS app in the first place. I got lucky the first time and it just worked - but every subsequent time has been ridiculously difficult and frustrating. Last time I tried the device just would not appear in the smartphone app whatever I did, although my computers could see it on my home network, which makes me wonder if it's an issue with the app's rather than the device itself. Then suddenly after about 25 minutes of frustration it just popped up and started working with no clue as to why it suddenly decided to co-operate. This seems to be regular behaviour - no sign of it at all for about 20/30 mins and then it suddenly appears - and it's annoying to the point of rendering it useless. These issues may well get fixed in future app or firmware updates but who wants to take the gamble?

I'm at a loss to explain the (suggested) retail price, which is utterly ridiculous when compared to widely available Bluetooth devices which do a similar job and would probably satisfy most people and can cost about a tenth of this price. I realise Panasonic are trying to offer an audiophile-pleasing alternative and when it's working the ALL1 can sound great, but there's a limit to how good any compressed music will sound regardless of how you deliver it to your hi-fi and so this device is probably of most value to those music-lovers who lovingly ripped their music into lossless formats only. I also can't help feeling these features would be best built-into a hi-fi system itself, many of the components you'd need are already in a good hi-fi, but maybe that's Panasonic's future plan anyway. So sorry Panasonic, normally I love your work but this is a big disappointment and the final straw is just how temperamental it is about remaining accessible on your network, at this price it should just work and work every single time - but it just doesn't.


Nivea Cellular Anti-Age Skin Rejuvenation Concentrated Serum 40 ml
Nivea Cellular Anti-Age Skin Rejuvenation Concentrated Serum 40 ml
Price: £9.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Surface deep..., 20 April 2015
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
Nivea Cellular Serum is one of those skincare products that aims to make an instant difference to your skin, rather than making you wait for the full benefits with prolonged usage. I'm not sure of any long-term benefits yet but it does give your skin an immediate velvety feel, tightens it slightly and does help diminish the look of the finest wrinkles, even if it leaves the more pronounced ones unaffected. So I guess it does partly live up to the claims Nivea are making for it, which must be a rare thing in affordable skincare? The velvety texture on your skin does feel a bit silicon-y to me and since the largest active ingredient is Cyclomethicone (a liquid silicon) that's not a big surprise, but it also leaves the skin with a matte finish so it should be fine for men's use or for use under make-up.

The consistency is thick and creamy and absorbs readily but it doesn't have much 'travel' on the skin so I did find myself using more than I'd expect - that 40ml may not last as long as you'd like. I've got slightly sensitive skin but haven't had any major negative reaction to it either. The fragrance however is something else - it's a really pronounced and not particularly attractive fragrance, very perfume-y and unnatural and a bit over-strong. I guess it's in-line with other Nivea products but I found it quite off-putting. Luckily it fades away quite quickly but I wouldn't describe it as a particularly sophisticated or expensive fragrance so why it's necessary at all I don't know.

I've been using it now for a couple of weeks and the results seem fine, if nothing special, and my skin is slightly smoother and maybe a little tighter than before. I'm not entirely convinced by Nivea's claims that it accelerates skin renewal, it feels more like the effects are just surface-deep and more cosmetic than that, at least so far. I've used Vitamin C serums in the past that seemed to have more effect in boosting the skin's own renewal process, if that's what you want to achieve. However if you like richer, more conventional skincare and don't mind the distinctive Nivea fragrance then it's a perfectly decent serum at a reasonable price.


AHS Natural Collagen Capsules - Pack of 180 Capsules
AHS Natural Collagen Capsules - Pack of 180 Capsules
Price: £24.99

2.0 out of 5 stars Don't swallow it..., 11 April 2015
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
Collagen is one of those buzz-word substances that many manufacturers add to their products without any real explanation of what it might do - and this supplement seems no different. So many face-creams claim to contain collagen but in its natural state the collagen molecule is too large to penetrate the skin, so it does virtually nothing - the more expensive 'serious' skincare brands have to alter the natural collagen molecule to make it more effective as a skincare ingredient. So the idea of swallowing collagen as a supplement is intriguing but I didn't hold out much hope of it working - and seems I was right, at least so far. I'm about half-way through the bottle of 180 capsules and so I've been taking it for around a month - you take three capsules daily at bedtime, preferably on an empty stomach. So far I don't see any effect at all, or at least none I could realistically attribute to this supplement. I've suffered no ill effects, no stomach upsets or reactions, but there are no obvious benefits either.

The product is nicely packaged and presented, although obviously aimed at pink-loving girly-girls, and comes in a frosted glass bottle that wouldn't look out of place on your dressing table beside your pricey skincare jars. The capsules are slightly large and you do need a glass of water to help them down - note, that for amino-acid therapy to work you should avoid taking the supplements with anything containing protein (like milk) and preferably several hours after your last protein-containing snack or meal. Note that this supplement is not suitable for vegetarians - collagen is usually extracted from bovine or poultry sources.

I will see the course and finish the jar and I'll report back if I do see any improvements, to be fair vitamin and mineral therapies often take some time to take effect, but I'm not holding my breath. In the end, I think believing that eating collagen will improve your skin is a bit like believing that you can cure baldness by eating hair.


Smart Weigh SMS500 Digital Bathroom Scale, High Accuracy, Dual Color Weight Change Detection and Smart Step-On Auto Recognition for 8 Users, Black
Smart Weigh SMS500 Digital Bathroom Scale, High Accuracy, Dual Color Weight Change Detection and Smart Step-On Auto Recognition for 8 Users, Black
Offered by Five Star
Price: £34.95

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Your weight, no waiting..., 31 Mar. 2015
The SmartWeight SMS500 is a really good-looking and cleverly-simple pair of personal scales. They feel well-made and the top of the silver version, although It's not that clear from the photos, is actually mirrored glass with four slightly frosted panels - the mirror reflects back the colours of your room and so the scales could fit in just about anywhere. Of course it also reflects back the look of horror or delight on your face as you gaze down to see your current weight, but that's sort-of the point of this device so you can't complain really. The digital display is very clear and well-illuminated in use, with an attractive blue backlight in standard mode. There's no waiting for these scales to startup or calibrate themselves either - you just step on and within a few seconds your weight is displayed. You can display your weight in either kilo's, pounds or in stones/pounds/ounces and unlike our previous digital scales this one displays the Imperial units in Imperial form - so for example ten and a half stone is displayed as "10st 7lbs" and not as 10.5st, so if you like your weight in old-money you don't need to be doing tricky mental arithmetic first thing in the morning.

The clever, but simple, part is that the scales remember your weight from day to day and then display the difference between your current weight and your previous weight, turning the backlight of the display red if you gained weight and green if you lost some. You don't have to do anything complicated to make this work, just step on the scales and wait for a moment and after it displays your current weight it will switch to the comparative weight automatically. It tracks up to eight different people at a time and it recognises them by their weight, so if any two people are within 2kg of each other the scales could get confused which person is which. In this instance you create a new separate profile for the second person by double-tapping the scales with your toe. In future you just have to check you're tracking that same profile and not your partner's, again by tapping the scale to switch profiles if it gets it wrong.

I really like these SMS500 scales, they look good and perform a clever and useful task really simply and easily - they just work. At the time of writing this review the black version of the scales is double the price of the silver one I received - I'm not sure why that is but the silver version is a great buy at its current lower price and looks and feels more expensive than it is. (Disclosure: item was received for independent review)


Satechi 4-Port USB 3.0 Premium Aluminium Hub for iMac, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacMini, PCs , and laptops V.1
Satechi 4-Port USB 3.0 Premium Aluminium Hub for iMac, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacMini, PCs , and laptops V.1
Offered by SATECHI
Price: £30.99

5.0 out of 5 stars The matter of the hub..., 30 Mar. 2015
There are quite a lot of USB hubs of similar design to this one on the market and I've tried a couple myself, however this Satechi version is the real deal. For starters, the casing that looks like aluminium actually is aluminium and not silver plastic, the machined end plates actually stay attached and the cable doesn't just pull straight out of the unit first time it's used rendering it useless - all problems I've previously had with cheaper similar-looking hubs from other companies. So although it's more expensive than than some it's much better made too.

This Satechi unit has a non-slip surface on the base and enough weight to keep it relatively stable on your desk - the cheaper plastic units get tipped over or dragged around as soon as you plug any cables into them. The connecting cable is quite short, so looks neat and tidy when attached to a laptop, and is just long enough to sit the hub directly under (one side of) your iMac making it much easier to plug and unplug devices without having to fumble around the back. You'll be able to do that in the dark too because when it's connected to your computer the 4 USB3 ports light up with a constant blue LED glow (it doesn't react to any data throughput) which looks cool and shouldn't be bright enough to be distracting, although there is no obvious way to turn it off if you don't like it. The speed of data passing through the hub seems to be everything you'd want from USB3, although it does depend a lot of your host computer, and I`ve had no issues with it so far even with multiple drives attached simultaneously. So, if you want a very useable and stylish hub that doesn't fall apart as soon as you start using it then avoid (some of) the cheaper units and get this one which is actually worth your money (although admittedly it's a bit pricey). (Disclosure: item was received for independent review)


Scholl Velvet Smooth Diamond Pedi Extra Coarse Hard Skin Remover Refill - Pack of 2
Scholl Velvet Smooth Diamond Pedi Extra Coarse Hard Skin Remover Refill - Pack of 2
Offered by Virunga
Price: £8.19

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Flip the file..., 30 Mar. 2015
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
I got the original Scholl Velvet Smooth Pedi last year and although I don't need to use it that often it's been a really handy thing to have, easy to use and effective. The only thing I thought was lacking slightly on the original was the coarseness of the abrasive roller, they certainly worked but it took a bit of time and several sessions to smooth down the areas of thickest skin. This coarser version fixes that nicely and now you can get the job done even quicker and easier. The difference between these coarser versions and the originals is subtle but significant - it's like flipping your nail file over to the coarser side. They do work quicker and seem to cause less of the very fine dust the smoother versions do, although it's still a good idea to use the device over a smooth, easily-cleaned surface, like a shower tray.

The only catch with the rougher surface is that they're decidedly uncomfortable, although not quite painful, if you apply the spinning roller to normal smooth skin, so you'll want to handle the device with a little more care than before. They clean up nicely, I used a little liquid soap and a nailbrush to restore them to as-new condition after use and leave them hygienic enough to share, but you get two in this pack so each partner could keep their own if necessary. Their working lifetime seems pretty good to me, my original roller still works fine, but of course it depends how often you need to use them - and these new coarser versions are much sparklier, if that's important to you! :-)


Tefal Easy Soup Automatic Soup Maker
Tefal Easy Soup Automatic Soup Maker
Price: £63.30

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Almost Instant Jug-a-Soup..., 26 Mar. 2015
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
The Tefal Easy-Soup looks like an outsized kettle with a blender in it, which is basically what it is, but the size is slightly deceiving as you can only fill it about half-full with soup ingredients -- it needs some headroom for boiling and blending -- although that still means it can produce about 1.2 litres of soup, enough for four good servings. It's a well-made and finished appliance and couldn't be much simpler to use - there are only two parts, the jug base which heats the soup like a kettle and the blender top part which also has the control panel. The top section sits securely onto the base but it isn't air (or water) tight sitting slightly proud of the base on little rubber feet to allow the steam to escape during cooking - and there can be a lot of steam, like a kettle stuck on boil, so it's best to situate the soup-maker clear of overhead cupboards and shelves during use.

The controls are very simple with a button to select smooth blended soup, one for chunky soup, one for making compotes, a self-clean button and a big on/off button to get it all going. The three cooking programs each take between 20 and 25 minutes and during the sequence the soup is quickly brought to a boil (quite a furious boil) for a few minutes, then is kept at a good simmer for the rest of the cooking time with the blender blade occasionally running slowly to stir the ingredients as they cook. If you selected the 'smooth' option the blender then runs repeatedly at full speed at the end of the cooking sequence to (very effectively) blend your soup into a smooth end result. After the cooking sequence ends the soup-maker also switches into a 45 minute 'keep-warm' mode so you can serve the soup when you're ready. Note that there's no way to switch this 'keep-warm' function on manually and no separate 'reheat' function either, so late-arrivals will have to heat their soup in the microwave or on the hob as usual. You cannot vary the preset programmes and you can't open the soup-maker mid-sequence without having to reset and start the program again - so double check you added all the ingredients before pressing the start button!

The manual advises that neither part of the soup-maker is submersible and there's an automatic self-washing program available for cleaning up afterwards - but to be honest the self-wash function is a bit of a token effort and you're going to be hand-washing this appliance like it or not. It is a bit awkward to clean without getting water into any of the electrical connectors but it's doable with a little care. If the unit has been made to withstand the steam and condensation it creates then surely it's going to survive a careful hand-wash without too many problems.

So is the soup it makes any good? Yes and no. The Easy-Soup is all about making good soup fast and with as little effort as possible (the clue's in the name) and although it doesn't do anything that clever it does it all for you automatically so you're free to get on with something else, like preparing the other courses in your meal. You simply prep your ingredients, drop them in and press two buttons - 25 minutes later you've got a not-quite-instant-but-easy Jug-a-Soup. This is soup in a hurry and so there's no time for slow-simmered subtlety, it really doesn't make that kind of soup, instead it makes fresh-tasting soup where all the ingredients are nicely cooked but retain all their individual flavours, unless you've chosen a smooth blended option. There a hefty recipe book included but it's hefty because it has the same 15 pages of recipes repeated in 10 different languages! Almost all the recipes use cornflour as an ingredient and it's obviously there to thicken the soup and compensate for the fact that the soup-maker doesn't slow-simmer anything, as you might on a stove. There's nothing really wrong with using cornflour or potatoes for thickening, but it suggests you'll probably have to adapt your favourite soup recipes to make them work in this machine. That seems true of flavours as well as texture - I made some Roast Garlic, Shallot and Potato soup from a recipe I make on the stove and it was certainly thick enough courtesy of the potatoes, but was much stronger flavoured than my stove-top version would have been. I love garlic but even for me it was a bit over-powering (but still good!) and I could have probably halved the quantity of garlic and used fewer shallots and made a better soup - which would have made it cheaper too, so maybe it's a positive thing? That would be my only real criticism of the Easy-Soup, it makes good soup but it makes it in a specific way and you'll probably have to adapt recipes to suit that method. I've enjoyed using it and will continue to do so but you do have to meet it halfway and work within its limitations.


ByteStor Pro 16GB 45Mbps Class 10 High Speed SDHC Card
ByteStor Pro 16GB 45Mbps Class 10 High Speed SDHC Card
Price: £8.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Slow writer but a fast reader..., 20 Mar. 2015
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
I needed to add some extra storage space to an Android device (a STB attached to my TV) and this 16GB 45MB/s SDHC card seemed the ideal solution - and so far it's been absolutely fine. I couldn't resist testing the actual read and write speeds when used in my computer and I rarely got any more than 10MB/s for write speed and read speeds peaked at around 80MB/s - so I guess if you average them out that is about the claimed 45MB/s, but it's a bit misleading. It's quite normal for a flash card to have faster read speeds than write speeds and it's not unusual for manufacturers to fail to explicitly mention that, but I still wish they were more up-front about these things instead of raising people's expectations unrealistically.

If I was using the card in a high-end camera I think I'd pay a bit extra and get one of byteStor's faster cards - you want your camera to save each photo and be ready to take the next as quickly as possible and a faster write speed would really help with that. However, for the purpose I needed it for, playing videos back on a TV set-top-box, this card is certainly fast enough and would be a great value option. I've had byteStor SD cards before and had no trouble with reliability or performance so I'm not expecting any this time either. It's a good quality SDHC card at a good price and it comes in a paper envelope you won't need to find scissors for, so it's all good - just don't take the claimed speed rating too literally.


Foxnovo® F-08 8-Slots Li-ion Ni-MH Ni-CD Universal Intelligent Battery Charger with LED Indicators 5V USB Output UK-plug Power Adapter for Li-ion 26650, 22650, 18650, 18500, 18490, 17670, 17650, 17500, 16340, 14500, 10440, Ni-MH and Ni-CD A, AA, AAA, C, SC Rechargeable Batteries (Black)
Foxnovo® F-08 8-Slots Li-ion Ni-MH Ni-CD Universal Intelligent Battery Charger with LED Indicators 5V USB Output UK-plug Power Adapter for Li-ion 26650, 22650, 18650, 18500, 18490, 17670, 17650, 17500, 16340, 14500, 10440, Ni-MH and Ni-CD A, AA, AAA, C, SC Rechargeable Batteries (Black)
Offered by FoxnovoStore
Price: £59.99

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The filling station..., 19 Mar. 2015
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
The Foxnovo F-08 Battery Charger is a real workhorse of a charger, it would be perfect for a workplace situation where a ready flow of fully-charged batteries was necessary. Each of the battery compartments operates independently of the others, so you can actively charge a wide variety of battery types in the charger at any one time and remove and replace individual batteries as they become fully-charged without having to disturb or interrupt any of the others. It can cope with a wide variety of cells too, everything from AAA to D style cells including Ni-MH, Ni-CD or Li-ion and it auto-detects what style of cell you inserted and charges it accordingly. Each compartment has its own flashing 3-stage LED indicator too so you can see which batteries are ready and which aren't and when individual cells are fully-charged the charger automatically stops charging, as you'd expect.

It's quite toughly made and should stand up to a decent amount of use. The spring-loaded clips which hold the batteries in place are fairly tight and have to be slid back firmly to insert your battery, however the smaller batteries don't sit totally securely in place and do have a bit of movement within the compartments, even though they always remain properly connected to the electrical contacts. There's also a USB port on the side so you can charge up your smartphone too - so about the only thing you can't use it to recharge would be 9-volt PP3 batteries. The mains cable has an inline transformer but it's quite small and doesn't get that warm even with a full load of charging batteries. The mains plug itself is an odd design with a sort of cut-out shape that looks a bit dangerous at first, although I think you'd be hard-pushed to actually do yourself any harm with it - you'd have to push your fingers quite hard around the plug while plugging it in and I doubt that's something most sensible people would do, however it's worth being aware of, especially for kids using the charger. Apart from that slight question mark it's a really useful, hard-working and practical charger that would make a great 'recharge-station' for your home or workplace. (Disclosure: item was received for independent review)


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