Oh Mr Jelly

Helpful votes received on reviews: 84% (128 of 153)
Location: Suffolk, UK


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MediaDevil Magicscreen Screen Protector: Crystal C&hellip by MediaDevil
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I wasted the first of the two supplied protectors trying to get a bubble free finish; there were so many bubbles (despite watching the instruction video 3 times, and a meticulous prior cleaning process, and stopping/restarting immediately they started to appear) that the protective film (ie the one you peel off when finished) got so scratched that it looked like a skating rink after a busy weekend; this was, incidentally, after ONLY using the supplied card and/or a soft cloth for the smoothing process.

The second protector went on a bit better, so I am prepared to give the benefit of the doubt and put it down to lack of experience. However the whole exercise (best part of an… Read more
5.0 out of 5 stars Fine for Kindle Fire HD, 28 Dec 2012
For some reason** the details of this product's compatibility have not been updated to include the KFHD. However it works fine on mine. It's an excellent product with a fine enough focus to be used even on some of the minute links on a www page viewed in portrait format.

The product gives you that mysterious "feels exactly right" confidence that comes with well-designed items - in fact is has even given me a bit more confidence in the initially decidedly iffy feeling KFHD. At least I can now tell which aberrations were the Kindle Fire's and which were only fat finger syndrome.

The service was unbelievably fast, even over the Christmas break period. The two free… Read more
Milliput Standard Yellow-Grey 113.4g Pack by Milliput ( MB Fibreglass )
Milliput Standard Yellow-Grey 113.4g Pack by Milliput ( MB Fibreglass )
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Used this to fix a heated towel rail: a pinprick leak in the weld where one of the horizontal bars joins one of the uprights. It was easy to mix (I followed the advice to wear disposable gloves) and apply and worked first time. Posts on several of the DIY boards advise "don't bother - replace the towel rail and have done with it", and I do accept that the leak might be the forerunner of others to come, even although the towel rail is only about 3 years old. However, given the amazingly low price of this stuff, and the hassle-free job involved, it's got to be worth at least trying a repair before - ermmm - throwing in the towel.

Update (2 months later)
"worked first time" eh… Read more