Mr. M. E. Daubney

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 81% (237 of 291)
Location: LONDON
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 33,015 - Total Helpful Votes: 237 of 291
Jazooli Replacement LCD Screen and Digitizer with &hellip by Jazooli
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
PROS: Cheap solution, looks great, competent DIYer can complete in 45 mins
CONS: Fiddly, suction cup didn't work for me, screen has bright spot

Firstly, this is a pretty involving job, you will need a tutorial video. I found this one was the best.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aurnPPsDVUE

Suction cup wasn't strong enough for me, so needed to use a Stanley blade to remove old screen, which felt wrong, but worked. When removing screws make sure you place them down on paper resembling iphone shape, maybe even trace round at outset so you can put screws down in correct placement, as they are often different sizes. Never bend screen more than 90 degrees back,… Read more
Little Labs: Intro to Engineering by Thames & Kosmos
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Promising, but flimsy, 4 July 2013
Got this after my 4-year-old received Physics & Forces for his birthday, which he adores. For £24, this kit is a tad disappointing. The boat base looks plastic in the pictures, but is actually cut from the styrofoam packaging, and way too flimsy. It snapped within moments of playing. Likewise, the windmill is thin paper, as are the space shuttle, etc, so they were damaged before they could even be made. The rubber bands feel ancient and perished, they had little power to propel the toys, kept snapping, and were the wrong lengths, meaning we had to go and buy a bag after a tantrum. Grrrr.
Basically, a great idea that proves to be something of a let down. If the quality of components was… Read more
Halo: Combat Evolved - Anniversary (Xbox 360) by Microsoft
5.0 out of 5 stars A classic, improved, 14 Dec 2012
If, like me, you are thinking about buying this game because you have previously completed the original Halo on every difficulty level (several times, and on both first gen Xbox and 360) and are still not bored of it, then you are in for a very, very special treat.

Quite simply, 363 have taken what, I believe, is the best computer game of all time and somehow bettered it.

No subsequent Halo matched the thrill of the original for me, and, despite completing them all, they left me strangely unfulfilled.

Indeed, I turned to Anniversary the day after completing Halo 4, thinking "why have they turned Halo into some generic Gears Of War copy with no decent plot… Read more

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