D. Shadbolt

Helpful votes received on reviews: 95% (41 of 43)
Location: UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 223,410 - Total Helpful Votes: 41 of 43
New DEKO Petrol Chainsaw 58cc With a 20" Bar Blade by DEKO
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A revised review..., 2 April 2013
Am revising an earlier bad review I made of this item - could not get it working on Day 1, so decided to leave it overnight to let things 'soak through' - when I tried it the following day it started to show signs of life, with a few puffs of smoke, and a few attempts later it burst into life. Since then it's started first time every time (as long as I remember to get the the choke setting right and didn't leave the kill switch in the 'off' position by mistake!) - some of the bits are a little on the flimsy side (the chain tensioning screw, the throttle lock button (now fallen out) and the kill switch come to mind)and the instructions are a bit vague (I suggest that you do not follow the… Read more
HP Compaq dc7100 SFF Desktop PC, Pentium 4 HT 3.0G&hellip by HP
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Just the job..., 19 Feb 2012
Was looking for a small for format PC to slot into our TV cabinet in place of our now redundant video recorder, to allow us to access the internet via our TV - slight downer when the first unit turned up and refused to boot up, however the seller was very helpful and quickly dispatched one of their staff members over to me with a replacement unit, which worked fine and has continued to do so over the intervening six months or so - overall we are very happy with both the unit and the service provided by the seller.
TP-Link TL-WA701ND 150 Mbps Wireless N Access Poin&hellip by TP-Link
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic!, 19 Feb 2012
Bought this item to create a wireless extension to our 85mbs powerline network. Judging by the comments left by some of the reviewers I thought that it was going to be a complicated process, but nothing could have been further from the truth - connected it to a powerline adapter with the supplied ethernet cable and to the mains via the supplied adaptor, switched it on and, hey-presto, we could get straight on to the wireless network it had created, with no changing of IP addresses or anything - nothing could be simpler - at the price I can't see how you could do better!