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KELUX PS4 Dual Controller Charging Dock with Main Charger (Playstation 4)
KELUX PS4 Dual Controller Charging Dock with Main Charger (Playstation 4)
Offered by BROXY
Price: £12.99

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cheap, yet great product, 3 Oct. 2014
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
bought this based on reviews, but was a little skeptical due to the price point. Received it, and had to say that I was very pleasantly surprised. A robust, yet light weight unit that does exactly what is expected. Been using it for a couple of weeks and it does just work.

For info: I wasn't keen on the official dock as the controllers were set too high (vertical). The way this unit works, the controllers are flat (horizontal) meaning they can be tucked away under your cabinet or in a small recess.

Verdict: if you have two controllers that you want to charge without your PS4 on*, but this

(*you can also charge from the PS4 too)


Doctor Who Collector's Edition - Doctor Who And The Daleks / Daleks Invasion Earth - 2150 AD [DVD] [1965]
Doctor Who Collector's Edition - Doctor Who And The Daleks / Daleks Invasion Earth - 2150 AD [DVD] [1965]
Dvd ~ Peter Cushing

7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Better Than TV? Depends...., 24 July 2002
After sorting out two of the most entertaining scripts from the Doctor Who film series (Anyone remember the debacle form yester-year?). DW & the Daleks does look extremely dated, yet the ideas are all there, and the budget was substantially more than the TV series. Peter Cushing does his best to play the bungling Time Lord that always reminded me of Tom Baker (The first DW I knew). Grand-daughters and all, they help the Thals quash the Daleks with fine style. Which leads me on the Invasion Earth.
This, in my honest opinion, is the better out of the two. Less like a BBC film set (but no BBC here), and more realistic with the use of the Isle Of Dogs docklands area for atmospheric effect. The film follows DW & The Daleks with a similar style of script writing, and acting (although the youngest grand-daughter does get up your nose easily enough!). All in all a good film to sit down to on a Sunday afternoon, either recovering from the night before, or just with the family. Only downside is the end sequence modelling. You'll see what I mean when you see it *groan*.
Conclusion? If you're a die-hard fan of Dr Who, or someone who does like to see old sci-fi films, then for under twenty smacks, this is an ideal buy. So it doesn't have extra features, but is that what you only BUY the DVD for? Extra features? Or would you prefer to buy the DVD for the clarity and sharpness that DVD has to offer this nostagic piece of Dr Who-ism. You be the decider on that point....


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