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My music taste is mostly stuck in the 1970s: Turkish Psychedelia, Italian Soundtracks, US Soul & Funk, Library, Northern Soul, Folk, Krautrock, etc. I don't review books.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 91 - Total Helpful Votes: 2629 of 2875
Breett 8000mah Power Bank, Slim Dual Ports Li-poly&hellip by Breett
Lightweight (190g) and not much bigger than a smart phone, this power bank takes approximately 8 hours to charge from empty using a USB-Micro USB lead (included) and has enough power to charge an iPad to 70% from empty or an iPhone twice over. It has two output USB sockets - 1Amp (for smart phones) and 2.1Amp (for tablets and smart phones) and it charged both my iPad and iPhone simultaneously.

Made from a rubber/plastic hybrid material it's great for carrying around in the event that your device's power starts running low. It's has four lights on the front (25%, 50%, 75% & 100%) that indicate how much power it has and these are very useful when both charging and discharging… Read more
Breett Multifunction Fm Radio Stereo Transmitter C&hellip by A-deal
I drive a 2010 Vauxhall Astra SRi and whilst the speakers are good, it has limited functionality with just a CD drive that plays MP3 CDs and a radio. It has no USB connection or 3.5mm jack lead connection points and it's built into the dashboard as part of the design so it would be expensive to change it for something else. And that's where this magical Bluetooth FM transmitter comes in handy.

With this transmitter I can play music directly from any Bluetooth enabled tablet or phone over the car speakers, charge a USB device and receive hands free telephone calls. It's all very, very clever.

Set-up is simple. Plug it into your cigarette lighter socket and switch it on… Read more
Inateck® Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker (Wire&hellip by Inateck
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Weighing just 150g and able to sit comfortably in the palm of my hand, this tiny speaker gives out a lot of sound and it has features you wouldn't expect for such a small speaker. Whilst you're not going to get the same quality of sound that you get from a £200 Bose speaker, the sound is comparable to other Bluetooth speakers in the £50 price range that I've used. It handles the bass well and the overall sound is clear and balanced and it doesn't distort too much even when you have both the speaker volume and your device volume at their highest. It's not quite large enough to fill every corner of a room but it's not too far off.

It paired seamlessly with my iPad, Samsung… Read more