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Genuine Orange San Francisco ZTE Battery Back Cover
Genuine Orange San Francisco ZTE Battery Back Cover

4.0 out of 5 stars Does the job!, 10 Mar. 2013
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Fast delivery of the item and almost identical to the original wether it is or not I don't know! The reason being a small tab at the bottom of the inside of the cover which prevented it clipping on to the phone securely, far from being a problem though it just needed removing with a sharp stanley blade and hey presto! perfect and good to go and for that reason I'm giving it a four!


BestDealUK GGS Glass LCD Screen Protector for Canon EOS 50D/5D Mark II DSLR Camera
BestDealUK GGS Glass LCD Screen Protector for Canon EOS 50D/5D Mark II DSLR Camera

5.0 out of 5 stars Works a treat!, 10 Mar. 2013
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Great piece of tackle for protecting the rear LCD screen, have used before on previous DSLR cameras and it certainly withstood the test of time after taking a good whack in India from a passing cycle rickshaw, small crack in one corner of the GGS Glass but not too bad hence I didn't change it. Continued to protect and when I did eventually remove it the LCD screen underneath was in new condition. No air bubbles when installing this thing due to an adhesive strip that runs around the edge of the screen. If you care about the condition of your LCD really doesn't hurt to get one of these.


British Wild Flowers: A photographic guide to every common species (Collins Complete Guide)
British Wild Flowers: A photographic guide to every common species (Collins Complete Guide)
by Paul Sterry
Edition: Paperback
Price: £12.74

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Useful and handy book, 30 Aug. 2010
A nice well laid out guide to ' quite common' British Wildflowers. It's far from being exhaustive but what it does contain are the pretty common species of wild flowers that you're likely to come across on a ramble out somewhere in the countryside or your local area. Good colourful photographs with basic information concisely summed up. It's quite simple compared to some books I have had on the subject in the past which is a refreshing change to be honest. I guess wether your going to like this book or not depends on how deep you want go into identification and wether your trying to identify some of the rarer stuff. All in all, I like it.


Insects of Britain and Western Europe (Domino Field Guide)
Insects of Britain and Western Europe (Domino Field Guide)
by Michael Chinery
Edition: Paperback

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent and handy book for identifying insects, 30 Aug. 2010
A cracking book for the price. Of course it does'nt cover all the British Insect species but for that you would have to be humping around a much larger and weigthier tome. I was very impressed with what it does contain being new to the game of Insect identification and pleasantly surprised that I could at last identify more species than I could'nt. I find the illustrations top notch and in some respects more favourable than a photograph. The book is very concise and contains enough information I believe for a novice entomologist or someone interested in knowing what species of insects are visiting their garden or elsewhere in the good old British countryside during the spring and summer months. Highly recommended.


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