A dinky-sized speaker that easily into the palm of your hand with an integrated loop for hanging, which is particularly helpful if taken into ‘wet’ conditions. Connected easily via Bluetooth or cable, it has a decent sound as well, albeit a little light on bass for my taste. It is water resistant and can be taken into the bathroom, for example but should not be submerged in water, so I’d avoid taking it into the actual shower cubicle. When paired with a phone you can even interrupt your music to take calls.
Charging via USB (short lead provided) takes a couple of hours and to extend the life of the battery you have the usual warning to fully charge before first use; full charge… Read more
A very portable power bank (measuring only 10 x 7 x 2 cm) that contains sufficient charge to replenish several spent devices before itself needing a recharge. Two USB outputs provide 10A or 21A charging options (both 5V), which broadly charge small and large devices via myriad supplied connectors and one lead. The power bank also incorporates a handy LED torch (double click to switch on or off). A small instruction leaflet is included.
Full charge takes several hours via USB; the LCD provides a helpful count to allow you to keep track. Mine arrived with about 40% charge already present. I used the power bank to charge a fully discharged itouch, which used about 11% of the… Read more
I have had mixed success with Orchid food over the years, having tried drop feeding bottles inserted directly into the soil or concentrates that need to be mixed and applied with the weekly water. This ready to use spray has resulted in some of the fastest flowering turnarounds I have ever seen, as well as much healthier looking plants.
Part of the success is probably the fact the feed is ready to use. It is simplicity itself to just spray onto the leaves and roots of each plant once or twice a week (avoiding the flowers), removing any tendency towards laziness that might otherwise reduce the frequency of feeding.
I credit this food with reviving a fairly sickly… Read more