S. Diment

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,248 - Total Helpful Votes: 662 of 770
Philips myGarden Blossom Solar Powered Posts - Ant&hellip by Philips
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Upon unboxing the Philips solar garden lights, I was immediately taken by the build quality and design, being primarily aluminium rather than plastic. Let me be very clear, £110.00 for two lights seems a lot of money however, these are no ‘ordinary’ solar lights. Firstly, the two lights are either permanently fixable via two screw holes in the base, or the same holes can be secured to the supplied ground spike, which is ideal if you want to use them on an ad hoc basis. The other main item, is the solar panel and again, this is no small two inch square affair, at 24cm square, it’s a hefty item, made bulkier still due to containing the rechargeable battery pack in its rear. (The battery pack… Read more
The Legend of Frog by Guy Bass
The Legend of Frog by Guy Bass
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My son (who is eight) really enjoyed this book (he read "Stitch Head" by Guy Bass earlier this year and enjoyed that too). The main character is a one year old talking Frog who has been brought up on a lonely island by Buttercup, who has told him he is really a Prince, but that the world has ended, so there is nothing but blackened earth for him to rule. Bored with life on the island, he builds a raft and escapes to find out for himself what the end of the world looks like. The story follows his adventures as he tries to reclaim his throne and find out where he really comes from, and finds himself trying to save the kingdom from aliens in the process! There are fantasy and… Read more
NOCO BLSOLAR2 Solar Battery Charger by NOCO
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Upon unboxing the item, it appeared to be ruggedly constructed, the main solar panel being encapsulated in a tough but functional black plastic case with pre-formed mounting holes in each corner. This is terminated with what Battery Life call their "Xconnect" system, effectively a robust rubberised connector, which on initial appearance seems to be very durable and has the benefit (along with the solar panel) of being completely waterproof. Also included were a set of rubber mounting cups to allow the panel to be mounted inside a window for example, a battery clamp connector (to charge a vehicle battery directly) and a 12 volt cigarette lighter cable which in principal, charges your… Read more

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