Colin Roth

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 90% (256 of 283)
Location: Sheffield, UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 37,012 - Total Helpful Votes: 256 of 283
9 LED Pop Up Camping/Garden Rechargeable Battery L&hellip by iQualTech®
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This does exactly what it should - provides a remarkably bright light (there are two settings, the lower one taking longer to exhaust the battery charge) - and manages to look cute too!

The instructions warn you to 'be gentle when opening the lampshade, do not force open', so it took me a little while to separate the two main parts and reveal the squeeze box shade inside - it takes just a little bit of force to get the two sections to part - but it's clearly safer to err on the gentle side.

Charging the internal 3.7v polymer lithium battery is a doddle: there's a hand crank on the bottom of the device which works perfectly well, with supplied cables for connecting a… Read more
iQualTech Apple Certified Lightning Cable Super-St&hellip by iQualTech
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pretty as well as strong, 21 July 2014
For me, this straightforwardly functional item appeals because of its iridescent brilliant white braided overall, which makes such a pleasant change from the usual plastic, as well as offering the promise of being robust and reliable in use. As usual, the service from iQualTech was excellent.
Athena Thin Black Ash Picture Frame, 40 x 50 cm by Athena
2.0 out of 5 stars An absolute pain to use, 12 July 2014
The frame itself is fine, and I *like* the plastic front (once the plastic film's been peeled off both sides) because it's so much lighter than glass, much easier to hang. BUT, my goodness, what an absolute pain it was to get my poster into the frame so that I could hang it. The frame arrives with tiny flat metal pieces fired into the frame to hold the innards tightly. To get the new poster in, you have to find pliers to get the little metal pieces out (they're much too tight to come out with fingers) and then you have to think of a way of getting them back in again - because they absolutely refused to do what my little hammer wanted them to do. I ended up chucking them out, and using panel… Read more