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Hama Vertical Window Case for Apple iPhone 5C - White
Hama Vertical Window Case for Apple iPhone 5C - White
Price: £10.00

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars iPhone wraparound..., 27 Feb. 2015
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
The first thing to point out is that the case I received is different to the one pictured on the Amazon listing - it's better, but it's different. The basic style is the same but the supplied cover doesn't have the faux-leather wrapping over the corners of the case as shown in the photo's. The pictured one looks a bit homemade and patchwork but the actual case is neater with the faux-leather now wrapping down the front, around the fold and up the back of the cover in a single piece. Inside the case is a black plastic shell into which the iPhone 5C clips, held in place at the corners which leaves the edges free so you can still use the side controls. There's also a cutout on the back to allow the rear camera and flash to operate. The inside of the case is lined with a tan-coloured faux-suede and the front panel is slightly padded to further protect the screen. There's a slightly clumsy magnetic tab on the top of the case which keeps it closed and there's another cutout to allow you access to the on/off button on top of the iPhone, however it does mean the button is quite recessed and slightly tricky to operate sometimes.

The 'folded' style of the case, which wraps around the bottom of the iPhone, does mean that with the cover closed you have no access to the headphone socket or the Lightning port and that the speaker is covered and slightly muffled - the ringtone comes from the speaker so it means you might have to increase the ring volume to hear it as clearly as before. When you take a call on the iPhone the front of the cover just hangs down, although it is possible to fold it right around to the back there's nothing to keep it in place there. The case, although it isn't real leather, has a nice feel to it and seems reasonably well made and the firm padded front and inner shell should mean good protection for your iPhone in transit - all together it seems like a decent buy at the price. However Hama need to update the photo's of the white and black options shown here with more accurate and up-to-date versions as it's actually a nicer case than the version pictured - note that the pictures of the pink version show the actual style of case I received (except mine is matte white).


RESEED Ginkgo and Sabal fortifying Shampoo for Women 250 ml
RESEED Ginkgo and Sabal fortifying Shampoo for Women 250 ml
Price: £24.03

4.0 out of 5 stars Wash, wait and go..., 23 Feb. 2015
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
After paying this much for a bottle of shampoo you have every right to expect something special and thankfully ReSeed does partly deliver. The shampoo is rich and concentrated and, although the instructions recommend using a generous amount, it creates a very rich thick lather with just moderate amounts. It has a faint but pleasant aroma, vaguely herbal and citrus, which reminds me a little of Lemongrass but has no overpowering fragrance or neon colourings. Having worked up a thick later, almost like men's shaving foam, you leave it on your hair for about 2 minutes or while you finish your shower, before rinsing it away.

This seems counter-intuitive, leaving a detergent-based shampoo (the main base ingredient is ammonium laureth sulfate) on your hair for extended periods, but it does work and you're left with hair that feels like you've used a very effective separate conditioner on it. Even grey hair, which can have the texture of old bristle, gets softened and de-crinkled by this shampoo. It seems to be notable beneficial to scalps too, a few minor spots and sensitive patches I've had recently are now gone and everything feels calm and clear again.

It does claim to slow hair loss and strengthen hair growth (in women) but that takes time to happen, around 12 weeks of constant usage according to the instructions, and we haven't been using it long enough to be able to judge that yet. However, on existing hair it has been the most conditioning shampoo we've ever tried, you feel like you've applied an intense conditioner or maybe a leave-in conditioner too, so I give ReSeed full credit for that. Whether it's worth the price of admission is debatable, that's for each user to decide for themselves, but it is something significantly better than the average and worth a try for real problem hair.


Tacwise 50mm Brad Nailer. Air Nail Gun. DGN50V
Tacwise 50mm Brad Nailer. Air Nail Gun. DGN50V
Price: £65.59

5.0 out of 5 stars Lightweight champion..., 9 Feb. 2015
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
I had used an air nail-gun before but it was a big cast-metal monstrosity which took both hands to lift most of the time, so the Tacwise Brad Nailer seemed a bit diminutive to begin with - but it really punches above its weight. The nail-gun is small but perfectly formed and feels solid and strong while being quite lightweight, a real advantage if you're using it over extended periods. It's easy to load, just one lever and the nail-feed slides open and you drop in your choice of brad or nail and there's a quick release nose too in case anything gets stuck, although we haven't needed to use this yet. It doesn't seem that using staples are an option with this nailer, which is a shame, but there's a good selection of brads available with a maximum length of 50mm.

We hooked it up to a small compressor set at about 100psi (Tacwise recommend between 80 and 100psi) and were ready to go in a few seconds - you can add a few drops of oil into the air-line to keep the internal mechanism working smoothly and a small bottle of oil is included. We tried out 50mm brads in a variety of softwoods and hardwoods and found the gun drives them home time after time with little effort. There's an adjustment wheel by the trigger you can use to vary the force and, in theory, control how deep the nails go but in practise we found that it made little difference and almost every nail was fully driven home. We tried reducing the air pressure and although it helped a bit the the nails were still hammered home in a single shot - so a little air pressure goes a long way with this nail gun and it would be worth experimenting with some scrap wood to get things setup the best way for your planned job. It takes standard 18 gauge brads and would be perfect for most kinds of finishing woodwork, like skirting and facings, although you might still have to manually countersink the nails afterwards, however this gun makes attaching and assembling things so quick and effortless it's still a big advantage. We've got an electric Tacwise nailer too, a 16 gauge compared to this 18 gauge, and although both are great there's no denying the punch this thing packs, very impressive (and useful!) for a nailer so neat and easy to handle.


McAfee Total Protection 2015 - 3 PC (PC) [Frustration-Free Packaging]
McAfee Total Protection 2015 - 3 PC (PC) [Frustration-Free Packaging]
Price: £25.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Good, but maybe not great..., 6 Feb. 2015
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
I'd been using McAfee AntiVirus Plus, the more basic version of this package, for the past year and decided to upgrade to the full package when the time came to renew. I've had a couple of issues with the previous version, although nothing deal-breaking, and had generally been quite happy with it. I'd been loyal to Kaspersky previously and while I like the level of protection Kaspersky seems to offer I couldn't live with the massive slowdown when you launch app's or startup your computer any more - McAfee seems to have no such drag on starting up your PC or individual app's. Many people seem to think McAfee slows down PC's but I can't say I've noticed anything worse than any other security package, they all slow things down a bit in order to do their job and McAfee seems no worse to me than any other. One thing to note however is that if you install a McAfee upgrade before your existing subscription runs out you lose any subscription time left, unlike with Kaspersky who credit you with the remaining time and add it onto your existing subscription (at least they did last time I upgraded).

Overall the protection seems good, but maybe not great, and it recognises and deals with serious threats quickly enough while less serious threats like adware seem to slip past unnoticed - or maybe that was my bad luck (and stupidity). The suite of tools offered in this complete package are mostly useful and are well-presented in a unified interface. It's relatively easy to get at the specific settings for each app, firewall rules for example, and edit things to suit yourself but most people will find the default settings work fine for them. There are some limitations - for example the email spam filter only works in two email clients, Outlook and Thunderbird and not in my chosen client Postbox. I always find the SiteAdvisor feature, which warns you of websites carrying malware, intrusive and slow so I tend to disable it, but it re-enables itself when the main McAfee app updates and so you have to uninstall it to get rid of it - to be fair I've heard it works really well, but I find it too patronising and annoying. The Parental Controls seem a worthy addition and will work across your home network, allowing you to control access on any other computer running McAfee too. There's a shredder feature which permanently deletes your more sensitive files so they're (theoretically) beyond recovery and it's nicely integrated so you can delete individual files or folders or the entire contents of the Recycle Bin. To keep your personal files personal there's also a 'Vaults' function, which is basically an encrypted disc image you access with a password and it's also neatly integrated into Windows and easy to access when you need it. There are a couple of other utilities to keep your PC optimised and running smoothly, they work fine and it's nice to have everything presented in one place, but you can get the same functionality from free shareware app's so they're hardly a compelling reason to choose McAfee.

I've got McAfee Total Protection running on a Windows 8.1 desktop and a Windows 7 laptop and they've both been without serious issue, but I have had one ongoing problem using McAfee with Windows 7 running via 'Bootcamp' on an Apple iMac (Bootcamp puts Windows onto a separate partition of your main hard-drive and makes your Mac a dual-boot machine). On the Bootcamp version of Windows McAfee would never complete a full deep scan of the drive and would fail at about 70% with a generic error message. I think this was because it would also try to scan the OS X partition, which is formatted as a Mac drive, and that would cause the error. I've now excluded the Mac partition from scanning and it seems to have fixed the issue, worth trying if any other Bootcamp users have the same issue.

My only other issue is that there doesn't seem to be any 'games mode' with McAfee, which would stop the auto-update or notifications happening while you're in a fullscreen app, which usually means a game. Numerous times I've been bounced out of a game and back to the desktop without warning and I'm fairly sure McAfee is the main culprit as some background process steals the foreground for a moment. An auto-enabled games mode which silenced the app during gameplay might be a welcome addition.

Overall McAfee seems a dependable, if unremarkable, package and I've had no major issues with it. It installs easily and works away quite happily in the background with no major slowdown, despite the rumours, and startup times are much better than with some other packages (yes, I mean you Kaspersky). I'm not sure if it's the most proactive security package there is, others might catch more of the minor annoyances than McAfee does, but it's a solid choice.


Hoont Plug-in Electronic Total Pest Eliminator with LED Night Light - Eradicates All Types of Pest Infestation; Insects and Rodents (Works for Rats, Mice, Ants, Roaches, Spiders, Bugs, Fleas, Bats and much More)/ Robust Patented Mix of Waves and Ultrasonic Pest Repelling Technology / Environmentally Friendly and Safe Pest Control - Safe for Humans, Home Pets and Plants / 100% Maintenance Free - Just plug-in and Enjoy Being Pest Free! [100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE - GUARANTEED EFFECTIVE!]
Hoont Plug-in Electronic Total Pest Eliminator with LED Night Light - Eradicates All Types of Pest Infestation; Insects and Rodents (Works for Rats, Mice, Ants, Roaches, Spiders, Bugs, Fleas, Bats and much More)/ Robust Patented Mix of Waves and Ultrasonic Pest Repelling Technology / Environmentally Friendly and Safe Pest Control - Safe for Humans, Home Pets and Plants / 100% Maintenance Free - Just plug-in and Enjoy Being Pest Free! [100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE - GUARANTEED EFFECTIVE!]
Offered by Hoont
Price: £49.95

4.0 out of 5 stars ...and don't come back!, 26 Jan. 2015
I got this unit for a family member who has recently moved into a house in the country that's been unoccupied for a while apart from a few uninvited little rodent houseguests, but I've used similar units in the past when we had a similar problem with little field mice coming in from the rain in our previous house. We'd originally tried the ultrasonic units, which only emitted high-pitched sound, and had found them helpful but not completely effective - they need careful placing and only really deal with a small localised area. Then we tried a combo unit which also emitted electromagnetic pulses through the mains wiring, as this one does, and found them much more effective at clearing a whole house. For us it took a while for the units to work, maybe a couple of months, to really drive the little blighters crazy enough to pack their bags and vacate the premises but for my family member it seems to have been much quicker with this unit and I don't think they've seen another mouse since installing it.

It's a simple unit to use, just plug it into the mains socket and switch on the effects you want. It's best to place it near the pests' main food source (probably in your kitchen) in a position near their normal route - mice seem to be very habitual and will tend to take the same route around your house night after night, so interrupt their journey with this device for the most effect. I'd definitely recommend using the ultrasonic and electromagnetic features but I'm not so sure about the ioniser that's included in this unit. Supposedly the ioniser fools some creatures (insects mainly?) into believing it's about to rain and so they leave to find shelter - I have no idea if that works but I do know that ionisers cause dirty patches around themselves as they attract and negatively-charge airborne particles, so think carefully about where you place the device if you're going to use the ioniser function.

The device is reasonably well made, though nothing special, and seems fit for purpose and at the moment seems to be really effective. If you're trying to get rid of mice then I'd suggest continuing to lay out traps for them, humane or otherwise, in the beginning but used long-term these devices really do work to deter the little blighters from setting up home in your home. (Disclosure: device was received for independent review)


DBPOWER Wireless Game Remote Controller + USB Receiver for Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
DBPOWER Wireless Game Remote Controller + USB Receiver for Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Game for a game..., 25 Jan. 2015
= Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:3.0 out of 5 stars 
I wanted to try the DBPower Wireless Game Controller with Windows PC's rather than with the Xbox, mainly for use with the controller-ready Steam games I already own. Using it with both Windows 7 and 8.1 has been pretty much plug-and-play easy - just connect the USB radio dongle to your PC and tap the silver button on the controller to connect to the dongle and then Windows recognises the controller and will download and install the correct drivers. The controller masquerades as an official Microsoft controller and so is compatible with the standard drivers, there's an additional package of 'Xbox Accessories' drivers you can download manually from Microsoft but this is optional, the controller will work fine without it. Steam also recognised the controller immediately and the 'Big Picture' interface and controller-compatible games all just worked. However you might have to switch on the controller option in the game's settings and configure the buttons as you like them and remember that not every PC game is controller-friendly.

The controller itself is reasonably well-made although I don't think it has quite the fit and finish of the official Microsoft controllers. You also don't get a rechargeable battery (it needs 2 x AA batteries, although you could use rechargeable ones) and there's no headset port for Xbox Live use. The microswitches and joysticks all feel positive and sturdy which is good and with the batteries onboard it has a nice weight and balanced feel. The vibration-feedback is quite weak though, hardly noticeable most of the time and it's a bit slow to respond so sometimes you don't feel the rumble until after the event is passed. It appears that the dongle will take up to four controllers but I haven't been able to test this out, or to test if the dongle is compatible with official Xbox controllers.

One unexpected bonus is that the controller and dongle are also compatible with Mac's and, although there's no official support for this controller in OS X, if you install the right open-source driver it works really well, including in Steam for Mac. I'm running OS X Yosemite on a recent iMac and the driver available here is working fine for me: https://github.com/d235j/360Controller/releases

My only issue with this controller is that I'm a bit unsure why anyone would choose it over the official controller from Microsoft - at the time of writing this review there isn't a huge price difference between this clone controller and the Official Xbox 360 Wireless Controller for Windows and maybe the slightly better finish of the official devices would justify the extra spend? However, this controller has worked with every PC (and Mac!) I've tried it with and is a perfectly decent alternative to the official kit which could save you a few pounds. (Disclosure: item was received for independent review)


Powerfly Pro Fitness Weighted Vest for Weight Loss Running Training Gym - 5kg / 10kg / 15kg / 20kg
Powerfly Pro Fitness Weighted Vest for Weight Loss Running Training Gym - 5kg / 10kg / 15kg / 20kg
Offered by Smart Parts UK, Digital Lifestyle Retailer
Price: £39.90 - £232.90

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A weighty waistcoat..., 23 Jan. 2015
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It's been about a year since I started working out regularly and I needed a way to ramp things up to the next level without filling the house with more equipment or spending hours in a gym and this Powerfly Weighted Vest seems to fit the bill. Although you could wear it around the house to try and boost your general strength and fitness I don't use it that way and only wear it while exercising or working out to increase the workload. If you're doing body-weight exercises there will always come a point where your body gets as strong and muscled as it needs to be to complete those exercises, then you need either to increase the amount of rep's or increase the workload and the vest does that very effectively. I got the 5kg version and wondered if that might be too light to make much difference - I was wrong, it's plenty heavy enough to make a difference and workouts that had become relatively easy to complete are now as challenging as they were about 4 or 5 months ago. It's really very effective at taking things up a notch and even after a week I'm feeling and seeing a difference.

The vest seems strong enough and well enough made to last for a while. It's a simple idea, just a vest covered in little pockets and in each pocket is a fabric bag filled with what feels like fine gravel. Even on my 5kg version each of the pockets is filled with a weight-bag, so there's no opportunity to (easily) add more weight yourself. I thought perhaps the lighter weight jackets might have fewer filled pockets, allowing more to be added later, but that's not the case. It's easy enough to remove weight-bags so you can rearrange the weights if you're finding the vest uncomfortable to wear, although I've found it perfectly comfortable for short periods. I should mention I'm not a runner and have never worn it for that, I suspect it could get a bit annoying and sweaty worn for that length of repetitive exercise. It's held in place by two pairs of wraparound velcro-fixed straps and they do a good job of keeping it secure. It is possible to fix it quite tightly to stop it bobbing up and down as you run, but then it starts to feel like it's constricting your breathing when fixed that tight. There's also a slight smell from the fabric lining the vest, a not very pleasant plastic-y smell, and that gets more noticeable when the vest gets warm but it's not too bad and will hopefully fade over time.

I've been using mine for HIIT workouts like FOCUS T25 and also for body-weight exercises like push-ups and with my AB Carver Pro and it's made all of those more challenging and more effective without taking any extra time. This means I can stick with my current regimen but still push things to the next level, which was what I wanted. Overall the vest seems well-made and effective and I expect it to be a piece of fitness equipment that actually gets used, instead of pushed under the bed - so that makes it a great buy for me! My only advice would be to carefully consider the weight you buy - if you have the budget, it might be a good idea to get the heaviest weight you think you'll ever need and then remove some weight-bags to begin with, adding them back again as you get stronger. (Disclosure: item was received for independent review)


Polaroid Suction Cup Mount for the Polaroid CUBE HD Action Lifestyle Camera - Includes Waterproof Case
Polaroid Suction Cup Mount for the Polaroid CUBE HD Action Lifestyle Camera - Includes Waterproof Case
Offered by Smart Shop UK
Price: £39.99

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Filming with the fishes..., 22 Jan. 2015
The Polaroid Cube camera is such an outdoorsy type of video camera that this waterproof case is almost an essential accessory, it's a bit of a shame that it's not in the box with the camera and you have to buy it separately. For your money you do get something designed with the same eye for clever simplicity as the camera itself and the same quality of build. The main part of the case is (or appears to be) polycarbonate which should make it strong and therefore give some valuable extra bump-protection to your Cube camera. There's a locking latch on the side which opens the silicon-ringed door on the back of the case so you can insert the Cube - and that's it, your Cube is now waterproof to 10m depths and protected from dust and mud as you film your outdoors exploits. Note that the waterproof case cannot sit upright on its own, you have to attach it to another accessory, like the bundled suction foot, to have it sit upright. There's a waterproofed button on top of the case so you can still operate the camera while it's inside, however the microphone on front of the camera is going to be somewhat muffled by the sealed case.

On the base of the case is the standard Cube accessory mount so this waterproof case can be attached to the other accessories, like the Bicycle Mount or Helmet Mount. There may be a limited range of movement when it's attached to different bases, for example with the bike clip you can rotate the case through 360° in click-steps but with the suction foot you can only tilt the camera up and down. You'll have to use some intelligent guesswork when setting up the camera because with no viewfinder or screen you can't see what the camera sees until you've filmed your video clip.

The bundled suction foot clips onto the waterproof case and apart from giving a simple stand for the camera, means you can attach the while thing to a suitably smooth surface for some exciting action shots. It does require a very smooth painted or glazed surface to work, the suction foot won't stay attached to less smooth surfaces like a wooden desktop or painted wall for very long. Polaroid reckon it's good for attaching to your car bonnet or surfboard but I'd do some beta testing of your own before venturing out onto the racetrack or surf with your Cube camera. Attaching the foot to the polished surface is easy enough, just push it down and turn the whole foot about a quarter-turn and this engages the suction plate underneath. On suitable surfaces, like a window for example, it seems remarkably secure but on unsuitable surfaces it'll either fall off in seconds or refuse to adhere at all, so you'll soon be able to tell the difference.

The waterproof case does add a whole new level of usage to your Cube and so you can take it places you wouldn't otherwise, even go swimming with it, and it's well made and designed but it is a bit pricey. It would be good to see Polaroid offer one bundled with the Cube camera at a better value price, but if you already have a Cube then this is probably the most essential, practical and most fun of the available accessories. (Disclosure: item was received for independent review)


Polaroid Waterproof Case for Cube Action Camera
Polaroid Waterproof Case for Cube Action Camera
Offered by Smart Shop UK
Price: £24.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Filming with the fishes..., 22 Jan. 2015
The Polaroid Cube camera is such an outdoorsy type of video camera that this waterproof case is almost an essential accessory, it's a bit of a shame that it's not in the box with the camera and you have to buy it separately. For your money you do get something designed with the same eye for clever simplicity as the camera itself and the same quality of build. The main part of the case is (or appears to be) polycarbonate which should make it strong and therefore give some valuable extra bump-protection to your Cube camera. There's a locking latch on the side which opens the silicon-ringed door on the back of the case so you can insert the Cube - and that's it, your Cube is now waterproof to 10m depths and protected from dust and mud as you film your outdoors exploits. Note that the waterproof case cannot sit upright on its own, you have to attach it to another accessory, like the optional suction foot, to have it sit upright. There's a waterproofed button on top of the case so you can still operate the camera while it's inside, however the microphone on front of the camera is going to be somewhat muffled by the sealed case.

On the base of the case is the standard Cube accessory mount so this waterproof case can be attached to the other accessories, like the Bicycle Mount or Helmet Mount. There may be a limited range of movement when it's attached to different bases, for example with the bike clip you can rotate the case through 360° in click-steps but with the suction foot you can only tilt the camera up and down. You'll have to use some intelligent guesswork when setting up the camera because with no viewfinder or screen you can't see what the camera sees until you've filmed your video clip.

The waterproof case does add a whole new level of usage to your Cube and so you can take it places you wouldn't otherwise, even go swimming with it, and it's well made and designed but it is a bit pricey. It would be good to see Polaroid offer one bundled with the Cube camera at a better value price, but if you already have a Cube then this is probably the most essential, practical and most fun of the available accessories. (Disclosure: item was received for independent review)


Polaroid Bicycle Mount for the Polaroid CUBE HD Action Lifestyle Camera - Universal Fit for 1-Inch- Thick Handlebars
Polaroid Bicycle Mount for the Polaroid CUBE HD Action Lifestyle Camera - Universal Fit for 1-Inch- Thick Handlebars
Offered by Smart Shop UK
Price: £17.99

3.0 out of 5 stars New-fangled bicycle clips..., 21 Jan. 2015
With a wide 120° angle of view the Polaroid Cube camera makes outdoor action shots look expansive and dramatic so attaching one to your handlebars to capture yourself flying through the landscape (or being cut up at the lights by that white van) seems a natural thing to do with it. The bicycle mount has the same simple-but-clever design as the other Cube components and simply pushes onto your handlebars with rubber inserts helping to keep it there and soften the inevitable bumps. It feels reasonably secure on your handlebars, even on my chunky bars, but there's no way to adjust the tilt left or right with the mount, so if your handle bars have no true horizontal section, like mine, then you're going to get a slightly tilted video. However, you can rotate the mount through 360° and it has a positive-feeling click action, but these click-stops might mean your camera has to sit at an awkward angle. One of the limitations of the Cube is there's no way to preview your footage ahead of filming - there's no screen or viewfinder - so you will have to do some intelligent guesswork when positioning your camera.

The Cube camera itself is held in place by a cleverly shaped clip which locates into the indentations on the back panel and around the lens. This is secure enough to keep the camera in place on most urban cycle runs but if you cycle off-road or if you accidentally clip the camera with your hand or arm then it could easily be knocked out of the mount with potentially disastrous results. The bicycle mount can also be used in conjunction with the waterproof case, the top clip on the bicycle mount can be removed and replaced with the waterproof case and this gives a much more secure and weatherproof mount for your camera - plus a bit of extra protection if it should come unattached from your handlebars. Although it's pricey for what it is the bicycle mount is a fun addition to the Cube camera but, to be honest, I wouldn't feel very confident using the bike mount on its own for anything other than a quick run around a quiet neighbourhood or a park, to make full use of it you really need to have the waterproof case too. (Disclosure: item was received for independent review)


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