Daniel Leigh

Helpful votes received on reviews: 85% (41 of 48)
Location: Wales UK
Birthday: 19 Oct


Top Reviewer Ranking: 78,010 - Total Helpful Votes: 41 of 48
Tanco Impex Universal Cell Phone Mobile Battery Ch&hellip by Tanco Impex
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars To avoid confusion, 19 Mar 2013
My wife has one of these for her camera, which wasn't supplied with a charger. We just used it on a three week holiday in the USA and it has been fine. Ours was advertised as a charger for something else, but it is after all universal, and will charge practically all Li-ion batteries up tp 4 Volts. (It won't do 7-8V batteries.) It charges at 600mA, which it is not slow. (My stock Sony charger is rated 250mA.)

Most batteries will fit as long as the two contacts can be slid far enough apart and aren't recessed to far. To fit larger cells, all you do is rotate the sliding battery holder; simply turn it around the other way.

To charge any 3-4V camera or phone battery:… Read more
Baby bed travel cot furniture cribs portable child&hellip by infantastic®
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Really good, 26 Feb 2013
After you get the knack, this pops up easy as pie. My wife can do it. Folds up easily, too, though it's easiest without the extras. The little tent door at the end may be useful in getting a willful toddler to think of going to bed as fun, or his/her own idea. Delivery was quick.
Peary at the North Pole;: Fact or fiction? by Dennis Rawlins
4.0 out of 5 stars Hard to review, 26 Feb 2013
5 stars for the facts, 3 stars for the woolly continuity. Chronologically a mess. Factually convincing, though. Changes everything vis-a-vis reaching the North Pole via land (or rather ice).

90° North wasn't actually reached overland by mechanized travel until 19 April, 1968.