Sam Anders

 
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Location: Scotland
 

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Verbatim  49091 Usb Speaker System Black by Verbatim
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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These are very good little speakers, they easily fit into small storage spaces such as the pocket on a laptop bag and work off a usb port so they're very easy to use. Having said that it must be pointed out that the bass is decidedly lacking and they are very loud compared to most laptop's in-built speakers leading to a nasty surprise unless you start muted and work your way up with the volume. They work well for what I personally want which is a set of good quality easily portable speakers for use with a laptop, however I wouldn't recommend them so highly for those who want speakers to use with a desktop computer since their slight tinniness could become annoying in that situation… Read more
Braun Series 7 790cc Clean & Renew System Electric&hellip by Braun
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great product, 19 Feb 2009
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The Braun Series 7 790cc is, quite simply, an excellent electric razor. It is easy to use and has no adverse effects whatsoever (except leaving my skin a bit dry, which is not unusual for me) whilst providing a very close shave.
The only complaint I would have about this razor is that whilst base you plug it into does carry the rather nice feature of cleaning the razor for you and looks great (as does the razor) the power cable is a bit on the short side and lacking an adapter I've ended up having to perch it a little precariously on top of the shaving light in my bathroom in order to charge and clean the razor. However, if you have some sort of adapter to make it fit a standard… Read more
Mark Steel - Vive La Revolution [2007] [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Mark Steel
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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Mark Steel has made something of a name for himself through stand-up but primarily through his half-hour comedic non-fiction programs on the radio. In 'The Mark Steel Lectures', 'The Mark Steel Revolution' etc. he examines historical events or figures and their significance to the modern world. What makes these programs stand out is his clear love for the stranger and often extremely funny sides to history.
In 'Vive La Revolution' Steel is given significantly more than half an hour in which to take on one of his favourite subjects - The French Revolution. To a certain extent the show feels a little thinly stretched in places, and much of it feels very familiar to anyone who's heard his… Read more