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Uniross 4 x AA Multi Usage Long Life Batteries
Uniross 4 x AA Multi Usage Long Life Batteries
Offered by Cell Solutions
Price: £6.49

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great, 24 Feb 2010
These batteries are brilliant. I got totally fed up with charging normal MiMH batteries and then finding that they were almost fully discharged within a month or so even though they had not been used very much during this time. These last for so much longer as they discharge so much slower. It's just like having traditional alkaline batteries but with the ability to recharge them again & again. I use them in my Wii remotes, my Wii Fit board and also in my son's VTech kids digital camera. No more flat batteries just when you want to use them any more!

You really can't go wrong with Uniross, quality brand and very good value. Amazon came up trumps on the price, couldn't find them cheaper anywhere else.


Zoggs Kids' Dive Sticks
Zoggs Kids' Dive Sticks
Price: £6.00

5.0 out of 5 stars Great for young swimmers, 24 Feb 2010
This review is from: Zoggs Kids' Dive Sticks (Sports)
Got these for my 5 year old. Loves them and wouldn't dream of going to the pool without them. Has helped his diving skills to improve and increased his confidence under the water.


Ben10 Licenced DS/DS Lite/DSi Alien Force 9-in-1 pack (Nintendo DS)
Ben10 Licenced DS/DS Lite/DSi Alien Force 9-in-1 pack (Nintendo DS)

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great, 24 Feb 2010
= Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
Good value package for younger DS owners. My 5 year old got this along with a DS Lite at Christmas. The case (with DS inside) has been dropped by him on a number of occassions and also by his 2 year old brother. Both case and console have survived unscathed. Seems to be very well made as nothing broken yet. 3 small cases very useful for keeping games away from harm. Rest of pack hasn't really been used yet, but looks to be good quality. Would recommend for all DS owning Ben 10 fans.


RTX Wireless Phone Jack
RTX Wireless Phone Jack
Offered by total digital stores
Price: £29.95

10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars RTX Wireless Phone Jack, 25 April 2009
Just had Sky multiroom installed and only had one phone socket in the house to connect to. Needed a simple way of getting a second box connected in bedroom upstairs. This did the job perfectly! All set up and sorted in 5 minutes. Plugged master unit in to BT socket downstairs (via broadband filter) and into mains power supply. Plugged Sky+ cable into master unit. Turned power on. Plugged slave unit into bedroom power socket and then sky cable. Turbed power on. Hey presto, all done.

For info, I have a Sky+ box on the master unit and a standard sky box upstairs on the slave unit. All power units plugged into power strip/surge extension cables.


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