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2.1 Volt dual USB Car Lighter Power Point in Black, 2.1 Amp, Scosche
2.1 Volt dual USB Car Lighter Power Point in Black, 2.1 Amp, Scosche
Offered by eoutlet-uk
Price: £12.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Small, fast and powerful., 29 Nov. 2014
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Charges everything I've thrown at it (Android phones, iPhones, iPads and sat-navs) and charges them quickly. Plus, it's tiny so it won't get in the way. Careful you don't lose it.


2 x Metal U Clips For Divan Bed
2 x Metal U Clips For Divan Bed
Offered by Keto Plastics Limited
Price: £2.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Solid clips., 29 Nov. 2014
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This review is from: 2 x Metal U Clips For Divan Bed
They are exactly as expected - solid and chunky clips to hold the two parts of a divan together. I guess it depends on your bed, but mine needed a fair bit of brute force to get them on (and a rubber mallet), but they are definitely secure.


Sennheiser RS130 - Wireless Headphones
Sennheiser RS130 - Wireless Headphones

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Follow the instructions..., 10 Jan. 2009
These headphones are great for watching the telly or playing video games. You might feel underwhelmed when it comes to music, but if you really cared you would have wired headphones or proper speakers anyway. I find myself using them for watching telly, or listening to radio over Freeview. The surround feature, of course, isn't proper surround, but like some laptop speakers with a pseudo-surround that "open" out the sound, it adds some space to the sound which I quite like. There is some very slight hiss sometimes, despite there being a hiss reduction feature, but you don't notice it after a while. If your current sound is your TV's built in speakers, then these will reveal new details that you could never get before. If you are used to 5.1, then you will want headphones with a more powerful low end.

In my post-war council flat with lots of walls, I start experiencing degradation of signal within 15m or so, regardless of channel. I expect this is because of the construction of the flat, so if you live in a house with lots of solid block walls then you may have an issue. I still get reception, but noise starts to slip in, and you notice more hiss. If you live in a cardboard walled new-build, then you'll be fine.

These are probably the most comfortable headphones I've ever worn, my ears seem to fit perfectly in the earcups, and they are really light. You could almost forget you were wearing them. Like some of the other reviewers, the volume control is a little too close to the tune button, but after the second or third time you press the tune button accidentally, you learn to adjust the volume from the top rather than the bottom. All the switches seem solid, and the base unit is pretty enough to keep with the rest of your gear. It would have been nice to have a detachable audio cord, but its a minor irritation.

When you first get the batteries in, you are advised to charge them for 16 hours before first use. If you really want to try them out straight away, get some fresh AAA's and use those, as even after a few hours of charging, the supplied batteries did not hold enough charge for the headphones to find a signal.

These are very good headphones, and I would recommend them to anyone who wants to use them for general TV use or music. If you want excellent musical performance, then you wouldn't be looking for wireless headphones anyway.


1: The Carbon Diaries 2015
1: The Carbon Diaries 2015
by Saci Lloyd
Edition: Paperback
Price: £6.99

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A+ - A great read and brilliantly prophetic!, 17 Sept. 2008
I picked up this book after recommendations from friends, and couldn't put it down till the very last page!

The characters are brilliant, its really funny and also weirdly real. Reminded me a bit of vintage Adrian Mole.


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