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5M USB Endoscope Home Waterproof Inspection Snake Tube Video Camera Borescope
5M USB Endoscope Home Waterproof Inspection Snake Tube Video Camera Borescope
Offered by douself
Price: £9.49

4.0 out of 5 stars Seems to meet the requirements., 2 May 2014
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I got this to enable inspections into inaccessible nooks and crannies on a boat. Only tested in the house so far.
I haven't used it in earnest yet but possibly will need to augment the light when I do.
Seems to be a useful tool for the price.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Functional, but not spectacular., 27 Jan 2014
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I bought this router to replace an old slower one as we have speed issues.
It is now obvious we have other problems that the ISP is investigating, but I do feel that the wireless function is not as powerful as expected. Having said that, I do not have equipment to verify that statement, it's just that it's range did not improve.
It's easy to set up, gives good clear status info, has all the features I need, and stays online. I think it is OK for the price.


Battery Charger for Fuji NP50 / NP-50 / NP-50A / NP50A / BC-50 / BC50 for Select Fujifilm Finepix Digital Camera (Models Stated Below) World Travel Plug Version - UK/USA/Europe+
Battery Charger for Fuji NP50 / NP-50 / NP-50A / NP50A / BC-50 / BC50 for Select Fujifilm Finepix Digital Camera (Models Stated Below) World Travel Plug Version - UK/USA/Europe+
Offered by abcproducts
Price: £8.95

5.0 out of 5 stars speedy delivery and functional., 2 Oct 2013
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Quickly delivered and works well. LED indicator is blue when battery inserted and red during charge cycle- which is not explained and oddly interesting. Otherwise fine


The Best of the Glasgow Orpheus Choir
The Best of the Glasgow Orpheus Choir
Price: £6.60

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars nostalgia, 6 Aug 2011
This CD contains both favourite and unfamiliar (to me!) work from The Choir.
Many Glaswegians of pensionable age will hear relatives long gone, contributing to the final lovely sound.
There is evidence of the 'used' quality of the source recordings on some tracks, which does not detract from the listening pleasure (in my opinion.)


Satgear Sky/Freesat Zone 2 60cm HD Satellite Dish Kit with Brackets, Quad LNB and 10m Twin Cable
Satgear Sky/Freesat Zone 2 60cm HD Satellite Dish Kit with Brackets, Quad LNB and 10m Twin Cable
Offered by NetGadgets
Price: £44.95

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars fit for purpose, 25 Feb 2011
Arrived well packed and very quickly.
Instructions clear and concise.
Quality made assembly easy - everything fitted as it should.
Make sure the cable length supplied is sufficient for your installation, ours was - just!
Set up was simply a case of taking the digi-box and a small tv onto the roof for fine tuning after having pointed the dish in roughly the same direction as the neighbour's.
Works well, and so far is 'fit and forget'.
I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this product to a friend.


BG1 Grinding Wheel Dresser
BG1 Grinding Wheel Dresser
Offered by AP Motor Store
Price: £7.02

5.0 out of 5 stars Just the job!, 14 Feb 2010
This review is from: BG1 Grinding Wheel Dresser
Exceeded my expectations, as this was the cheaper of the two products offered.
I can't see how the other could be any better.
If you're getting one, get extra wheels as well, and prepare for a messy, gritty, bench!
No problems in recomending this product.


Draper 43984 14-Piece 3-in-1 Angled Screwdriver Kit
Draper 43984 14-Piece 3-in-1 Angled Screwdriver Kit
Price: £13.33

3.0 out of 5 stars disappointing, 14 Feb 2010
A right-angled (well almost!) screwdriver is intended to work in a restricted space, I assume.
So why was it sent with long bits! I had to grind them down to the notch to allow access to the work.
Then the "fin" that allows the tool to be held against the work broke, as it is made from a weak alloy.
This had to be repaired by fitting a spring round the broken pieces with a spacer in the open section, in order to get the original work done.
The job took a lot longer than it should have, but at least the tool does funtion properly now.
Not what I would expect from an established name like Draper.


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