C. Gordon

"Doctor Death"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 89% (408 of 459)
Birthday: 29 Jan


Top Reviewer Ranking: 14,697 - Total Helpful Votes: 408 of 459
OptiMate 4 Battery charger and conditioner OptiMate
5.0 out of 5 stars Rescues AND maintains, 25 Jan 2014
At first glance the manual seems daunting, but all it describes is the stages that the charger goes through and what the various lights mean. I've had several chargers for bike batteries, this is by far the best.

I tend to ride my bikes on and off thoughout a year, and have a nasty tendency to leave batteries 'in situ' in my cold, damp garage when the bikes are sitting idle. Not having any power in my garage (or anywhere near it!), if I don't remember to remove the batteries from the bikes and bring them to the house, then go flat. VERY flat. My old BMW airhead is a case in point. I used it last to go to the Dragon Rally in Wales in February 2013. At the time of writing almost a… Read more
Shopping Trolley Pound Token With Keyring - Smiley&hellip by keyringz
Received a 'tongue out' smiley design (which I'm not fond of, I'll admit) rather than a plain smiley, but other than that it does exactly what it's supposed to!
Griffin Survivor Military Tested Case for iPhone 4&hellip by Griffin
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I've been using this case since October 2011, and felt that perhaps it was time I wrote a long-term test review.

This thing looks and feels like it could survive any knocks that you would care to subject it to. I bought mine because I work in an Engineering workshop, and let's face it - iPhones are fragile things, and like to break into unusable junk with the slightest drops. I've dropped it from several feet, used it with greasy and often wet hands, tossed it casually onto my worktop top with reckless abandon, and it's shared my overall pockets with bits of stray swarf, steel rules and ballpoint pens, and it's survived it all. Sure - the case is looking a bit worse for wear now… Read more

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