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Emjoi MICRO Pedi Gift Set - 11 Piece by Emjoi
3.0 out of 5 stars Bit of a mis-match..., 5 Sep 2014
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Although the main component of this kit, the MICRO Pedi itself, is great and works really well most of the rest seem cheap and disposable and bring down the overall quality level so much it's a bit embarrassing. I don't begin to understand the full price either, when the MICRO Pedi is available on its own so cheaply on Amazon how can the rest possibly add up to such a high price tag? Next time I want a manicure/pedicure gift set I'd certainly include the Pedi but then I'd add manicure tools from the range available elsewhere on Amazon - you could put together something much better and yet much cheaper than this.

As I… Read more
i-Rocks Rock Series K10 Keyboard by i-rocks
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If you've been around computing long enough you'll remember when keyboards all came in the same shade of beige, had keys that had to be pressed down more than a millimetre and that made a satisfying 'clickety-clack' sound in use. In a clever bit of marketing, this is one of those retro clickety-clack keyboards dressed up in gaming style - ie. in the style of an Eastern Block Heavy Metal band time-locked somewhere around 1975. The first thing you notice is the weight, this thing is built like a tank, and then there's the noise. If you're only used to a laptop-style membrane 'tippetty-tap' keyboard this K10 will come as a slight culture shock with it's chunky feel and clattery sound. They've… Read more
Limited Time PROMOTION! CateckŪ Premium 4 Port Alu&hellip by Cateck
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4.0 out of 5 stars USB 2 times 4..., 1 Sep 2014
The Cateck 4-Port USB-2 hub certainly looks the part sat next to an Apple iMac or MacBook. The top plate is metal and a reasonable match for the aluminium used in Apple products, it's actually a bit too 'sparkly' to be an exact match but it's close enough. In use it couldn't be simpler, just plug and play and all your USB devices connect to your Mac as you'd expect them to. The build quality is fine, it's nicely finished and the cable is just long enough to connect to the rear ports of an iMac and allow the hub to be placed on the left side of the computer.

It's quite lightweight so if you connect long heavy USB cables it does tend to get tipped over by the weight, but for USB… Read more

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