Mr. E. Hanby

"Ed H"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (108 of 130)
Location: York, England
Birthday: 5 Dec
In My Own Words:
Currently 37, single and living in England. Work as a web developer, blogger and sometimes photographer.

Interests
The pleasures of travel. The discovery of new friends, new faces, new places. The joy of reading on planes, trains and buses. Getting lost in strange European cities. Waking up in different beds (with different people).
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,819,559 - Total Helpful Votes: 108 of 130
Eco Battery Wizard
69 of 74 people found the following review helpful
It would be grossly unfair the blame the charger when alkaline batteries go bad, regardless of how much money is spent or the quality of the battery. Every battery is unique and even the best fail from time to time.

Alkaline batteries are not designed to be "recharged" and, in fact, are not. They are reconditioned in order to fully use the battery, its chemistry and chemical content.

Note that any alkaline battery that leaks, pops or behaves in anyway out of the ordinary should be disposed of straight away.

That said, this battery charger works extremely well with all the types of rechargeable batteries it was designed for. The individual monitors for each… Read more
Do They Know It's Christmas? ~ Band Aid 20
17 of 30 people found the following review helpful
The UK's most famous single gets it's 21st Century revamp. A slightly more soulful version with the current crop of stars. Bono kept his original line ("tonight thanks God it's them....") but then it's not about the music but the reason for this song's existance is charity and helping others. Buy it even if you don't like it!
Star Wars Trilogy (Episodes IV-VI) [DVD] [1977] <b>DVD</b> ~ Mark Hamill
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars At last we have them, 12 Sep 2004
Possibly the most eagerly awaiting DVDs, The Star Wars Saga's original trilogy is a ride well worth buying. Much has been said of the way George Lucas has tinkered with the films during the last few years, the work done in the late 90's to bring out the Special Editions has been taken further with this set of DVDs. Slight modifications include a rework of the Han Solo/Jabba the Hutt scene in A New Hope, Hayden Christiensen replacing Sebastian Shaw in the ghost scene at the end of Return Of The Jedi and dialogue changes in the conversation between Luke and Leia when Leia talks about remembering her mother, just to help continuity with events of Episode III - Revenge Of The Sith. Naboo also… Read more

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