Andos73

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 80% (4 of 5)
Location: London
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,483,501 - Total Helpful Votes: 4 of 5
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Hopeless, 2 Mar 2013
Smart looking scales but practically useless. They need a lot of light to work and if I use them in the evening I have to hold them up to a light bulb for a few minutes. Same thing on a dull day or early in the morning when the daylight is not particularly strong. The weight setting (kilograms, stones & pounds etc.) is frequently lost and needs to be re-selected. The first reading is always wrong. The second and third readings will be lower, and generally I take about four or five readings, by which time a constant weight is indicated. I assume this is the correct weight, but I have no way of knowing. All in all, expensive and useless..
TP-Link TL-PS110P Single parallel Port fast ethern&hellip by TP-Link
I bought this in the hope it would solve a printer problem I was experiencing. My macbook pro running OS 10.7 (Lion) was connected to my old, indestructible HP Laserjet 5000 printer via a USB to Parallel cable. I could print one document and then the mac would promptly lose the printer, claiming it was "not connected". With the TL-PS110P attached to my router via an ethernet cable and plugged into my printer's parallel port, the problem is solved and everything works fine. There's nothing for mac on the supplied disc (it's one of those 3 inch mini discs so don't even think about trying it in your macbook's CD drive - you'll never get it out again!) and the instructions on the manufacturer's… Read more
Casio WVA-430U Black replacement resin watch strap Casio
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Until my watch strap broke I'd never considered how it was actually attached. After a bit of poking around it turned out to be an easy matter to replace. First of all, on a flat surface, carefully prise off the metal plate on the back of the strap. I have a set of tiny precision screwdrivers which are ideal for this. Then pull out the sprung pin holding the strap to the watch. Pull off the old strap and replace with the new one. Insert the pin again to hold everything together and then pop the metal plate back. It's best to put the plate over one end of the pin first and then press the other side down while pushing the exposed side of the pin with the screwdriver. Do the same with the other… Read more