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ULTRICS@ Digital LCD Electronic Scale for Kitchen Postal Jewelery laboratory Strong and Slim Design Platform (2000 X 0.1 g, Silver)
ULTRICS@ Digital LCD Electronic Scale for Kitchen Postal Jewelery laboratory Strong and Slim Design Platform (2000 X 0.1 g, Silver)
Offered by Sonali
Price: £12.99

3.0 out of 5 stars Tiny scales!, 8 Jun. 2016
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Looks to be made well enough, but its small size means weighing anything bigger than a small bowl is difficult. There's no way we can see the weight of the food going into the dog's bowl for instance as his bowl completely obscures the whole scale, not just the display. No idea how accurate it is as we have nothing to calibrate it to, but it's probably close enough for general cooking duties.


Flesh Ep
Flesh Ep

5.0 out of 5 stars Missing song!, 12 Mar. 2013
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This review is from: Flesh Ep (Audio CD)
The music's great, but I only got three of the four songs! Sort it out, Amazon. If I pay for four songs, then I want four songs!


The Illustrated Complete Works of H.P. Lovecraft
The Illustrated Complete Works of H.P. Lovecraft
Price: £1.50

7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cheesy but excellent., 10 Oct. 2012
I'm 80% of the way through this collection and love it. I've never really known anything at all about the author except his name, but for 77p I thought I'd give this a go. I picked this up after reading a lot of Philip K Dick, and was interested to see familiar themes running through the stories about what is and isn't 'real'. I was also surprised to see so many familiar concepts and ideas in here I'd previously associated with a more modern writer, if you've read Terry Pratchett then you should also enjoy Lovecraft ;-)


Battery for TOSHIBA PA3536U-1BRS PA3537U-1BRS PABAS100
Battery for TOSHIBA PA3536U-1BRS PA3537U-1BRS PABAS100
Offered by EPC (UK) GRP LTD
Price: £11.40

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Review Title, 6 Sept. 2011
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Well packaged, turned up quick, plugged it in and off it went, worked fine and still does. Instructions were amusing, not translated very well, gave us a laugh.


Earth vs. the Flying Saucers [DVD] [1956]
Earth vs. the Flying Saucers [DVD] [1956]
Dvd ~ Hugh Marlowe
Offered by The Happy Zombie
Price: £3.85

45 of 50 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Mars Attacks??, 10 Jan. 2005
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Tim Burton, see me after class for copying someone elses' work!
This has to be the inspiration for Mars Attacks, the spinning saucers, translating the alien language, the saucers flying over the cities and landmarks of the world, especially the Washington Monument scene, the Death-Ray the saucers use, even the way the saucer-men are beaten in the end. If you've seen Mars Attacks, you need to see this as well.
The big difference being though, that this film isn't a comedy. Well, not intentionally, the usual 50's Sci-Fi bad acting, laughable dialogue and ridiculous costumes are all there, but this film has an ace up it's sleeve, the hero of the film. Not the lead actor, oh no, the special effects guy.
Ray Harryhausen's effects make this film 10 years ahead of it's time. People are knocking out less convincing animation today, the guy is a genius in his field. Also the direction has quite a 'modern' feel to it, the story flows like something from the 90's rather than the 50's, perhaps helped along by the way Harryhausen shoots his scenes, his lighting and timing are spot on.
These two elements make this film stand head and shoulders above its contemporaries, it's 50's Sci-Fi, B-movie trash for the thinking man.
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