K. Crane

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 87% (116 of 133)
Location: UK
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 12,104 - Total Helpful Votes: 116 of 133
Pebble (Black) - The e-paper watch for Android and&hellip by Pebble
74 of 82 people found the following review helpful
I bought a Pebble from the Pebble store. It cost £150 and shipped from Singapore. It took a month to arrive and came with a demand for an extra £24, which was partly customs duty and partly Royal Mail's charge for collecting the duty. So it was £174 in total, which is noticeably more than it would be bought from a retail store in the USA. I've tried to ignore the price from here on in.

The watch is very light and seems well made, though it has a hard to describe feel of a prototype. For example the buttons are very large and the 'enter' button is on the opposite side to the 'back' button. They take a firm push, so you need to press on both sides of the watch to get a button to… Read more
EasyAcc ® Portable Adjust Stand Docks Holder Docki&hellip by EasyAcc
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice stand, works well, 28 Nov 2013
This is a very useful little stand. It is nicely made, aluminium and solid plastic. It adjusts to allow the tablet to stand upright or lie back and is happy with the tablet in portrait or landscape. Recommended.
Italian Waters Pilot by Rod Heikell
Italian Waters Pilot by Rod Heikell
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I bought Rob's book to use on a charter around the Amalfi coast. I assumed there would be charts supplied, but no pilot book. I was wrong, an earlier version of Italian Waters Pilot was onboard, but in German, so I made the right call to take my own.

Small warning - this is a surprisingly heavy book and replaced several tee shirts in my case to avoid too much weight.

It proved very useful, especially around Ishia. I'd say it is better than most of the pilot books I have used, but not up there with my benchmark, the Shell Channel Pilot, by Tom Cunliffe.

If you charter a Jeanneau 49DS out of Stabia de Castellammare have a look in the chart table, if there is… Read more