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1Byone USB 3.0 4-Port Compact SuperSpeed Hub with &hellip by 1Byone
5.0 out of 5 stars Neat and compact, 1 Aug 2014
I received one of these direct from the company to try out. They have not asked for or suggested that I write a favourable review, they have only requested that I leave an honest review. As far as I am aware this is identical to the retail item.

This is a neat little un-powered USB 3.0 hub with 4 ports available. I plugged it into a USB 3.0 socket on a Windows 8 laptop and it was picked up by the operating system in the blink of an eye with no drivers to install. The connector lead is just over 30cms end to end which is ample. Any longer and you could experience a power drop. The ports are spaced 1 cm apart and is plenty of space unless you have a particularly fat pen drive… Read more
Aukey Windshield Car Mount Holder Cradle for iPhon&hellip by Aukey
I received one of these direct from the company to try out. They have not asked for or suggested that I write a favourable review, they have only requested that I leave an honest review. As far as I am aware this is identical to the retail item.

This is a well made and well thought out cradle. It has ample grip to both the phone and the wind shield. It is easy to put together and effortless to place, remove and adjust. I used mine with a Samsung Galaxy S5 which is one of the bigger phones on the market. The cradle gobbled it up and showed no duress with the weight of it.

This car mount requires a minimal amount of assembly. You get 2 boxes (which provide excellent… Read more
Kitchen Craft Sweetly Does It Cake Cutting Wire by Kitchen Craft
This was OK if only all the right circumstances exist and you have 3 arms.

It is more like a cheese wire than a cutting tool, but whereas a cheese wire is great for cutting through solid blocks of cheese it would simply squash and crush something as soft as a sponge. It needs a sawing action with a little serration to cut through sponge.

Once I had leveled the wire and bent the legs out slightly to improve the tension I wasn't able to simply pass the wire through. I had to have someone hold the sponge whilst I had a hand on each side of the cutter. I then applied pressure and had to saw back and forth to break through the crust (no it wasn't over cooked!). Once that… Read more