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Handlebar Mirror for Mountain and Hybrid Bikes
Handlebar Mirror for Mountain and Hybrid Bikes
Offered by bikes4life limited
Price: £3.84

1.0 out of 5 stars one star - for me, 30 Dec 2011
on my adult bike for commuting, no good.
just wobbles too much even if everything tightened, which is a shame 'cos the springy arm would solve the fact I go through one or two mirrors a year, dropping my bike or knocking the mirror.
However, it was dirt cheap (£1.31 + £1.95 p+p) so no loss to me & maybe it would get 5 stars as a starter mirror on a child's bike?
Zefal Cyclops does the job best for me (even if I've managed to get through at least half a dozen of them over the years)


XMI X-Mini II 2nd Generation Capsule Speaker for iPhone/iPad/iPod/MP3 Player/Laptop - Orange
XMI X-Mini II 2nd Generation Capsule Speaker for iPhone/iPad/iPod/MP3 Player/Laptop - Orange
Price: £15.28

5.0 out of 5 stars ticks all the right boxes, 19 Oct 2011
brought the black ones a year or so ago - they've been awesome for mp3 player on the bike & laptop speakers for presentations or movies.

saw they had the improved ones in great colours so brought them for a friend's birthday.

for size & price these exceed everyone's expectations, plus mine have been really sturdy & taken some punishment over the past 12 months with no problem.

love 'em


Underground to Palestine
Underground to Palestine
by I. F. Stone
Edition: Hardcover

5.0 out of 5 stars inspiring & revealing, 28 Oct 2009
absolutely wonderful bit of investigative journalism which gives a very strong insight into the migration to Israel of those Europeans who'd just experienced the worst atrocities imaginable.


Collected [CD + Dual Disc]
Collected [CD + Dual Disc]

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars awesome, 27 Jun 2009
personally, I think Massive Attack are untouchable in terms of brilliance.
this CD/DVD has a really good mix of top tunes but having the collection of videos is worth the money alone.


Refugee Boy
Refugee Boy
by Benjamin Zephaniah
Edition: Paperback
Price: £5.24

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Well done Ben!, 27 Jun 2009
This review is from: Refugee Boy (Paperback)
Zephaniah manages to write a very compassionate & engrossing story, offering a glimpse of what it is to flee persecution & seek asylum in a foreign land.
Showing the dispassionate & inhumane treatment meted out to those fleeing persecution by the UK authorities, the fear & confusion of dislocation & loss as well as the help & love that can be found amongst ordinary people.


Genocide: My Stolen Rwanda: Surviving the Rwandan Genocide
Genocide: My Stolen Rwanda: Surviving the Rwandan Genocide
by Révérien Rurangwa
Edition: Paperback

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars explaining the inexplicable, 27 Jun 2009
from the actual events in Rwanda to the personal emotions a survivor faces, Révérien Rurangwa manages to take the reader through this terrifying maze in a very honest & thought provoking manner


Israel Vibration Meets Cocoa Tea
Israel Vibration Meets Cocoa Tea
Offered by groove_temple
Price: £47.20

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars top points, but....., 15 May 2004
quality songs from both israel vibe & cocoa tea so has to get top points,
if you're expecting collaborations, i don't think they are, just a group of tracks by one then another lot of tracks by the other.
still cheap at the price, though
peace, love & unity
josh


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