Kieran Madden

Helpful votes received on reviews: 80% (299 of 373)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 44,126 - Total Helpful Votes: 299 of 373
Anker® 40W 5-Port Family-Sized Desktop USB Wall Ch&hellip by Anker
I bought this because I'd gotten fed up with having to constantly connect and disconnect cables for charging my Kindle and multiple iPads and iPhones. Also, my partner and I travel a lot and most hotel rooms only seem to have one mains socket which is annoying for charging our multiple battery powered USB devices; I don't fancy lugging around a mains strip in my suitcase.

This has made life much, much easier: no longer do we have multiple chargers scattered around and no longer do we need to faff around if we want to charge everything at once. We just have one side table with all the cables we need always plugged in and ready to go.

Also, note that my charger… Read more
Sumvision Universal 95W Power Adapter/Chager for L&hellip
I bought this as a replacement power supply for my ancient Roomba 4210 robotic vacuum cleaner because its PSU had died and I couldn't find anything Roomba-specific that wasn't from the States.

I was worried it wouldn't contain a compatible connector and that the polarity would be wrong, but that wasn't a problem. I wasn't sure about the polarity of the old charger but the connectors included have black and yellow tips, and I remember the old charger having a black tip; I think that this denotes polarity, so I went for the black one.

Two black-tipped connectors physically fitted onto the charging port and felt similarly secure so I decided to try the one that had the… Read more
Wera 8100 SA/SC 2 05160785001 Zyklop Ratchet Set /&hellip by Wera
5.0 out of 5 stars A beautifully made set, 24 Dec 2013
I bought this for my home toolkit after spotting it mis-priced on Amazon having been drooling over it for a while. Unfortunately the price has since gone back up.

It is a beautifully made set and lives up to all the marketing promises of making work easier and faster. Just be a little bit careful with it when you're learning to use it - if you find yourself needing to use force to remove a socket or change a position you probably need to press a button or slide something to release it!