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k.emily

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 92% (34 of 37)
Location: London
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 156,322 - Total Helpful Votes: 34 of 37
Raleigh Moon Black Front and Rear LED USB Recharga&hellip Raleigh
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great little lights, 20 Sep 2011
These lights are very small -- about the size of your average USB stick. For their size, though, they are very bright. I don't use mine alone -- my bike has steady dynamo lights that I use as well, but I wanted something that had a flashing mode as a supplement. I prefer to cycle around looking like a Christmas tree. I love the fact that these are rechargeable -- it keeps me from keeping my lights off until it is "really dark" to save batteries. I turn them on even during the day. The little rubber strap lets you attach the lights to anything. I attach the front one to my handlebars and the back one to the wire basket I have on my back rack.

One little issue I have is that… Read more
Sennheiser CX 500 - High Quality Noise Isolating E&hellip by Sennheiser
I'd read in other reviews that people had questioned whether or not they had received real or fake Sennheisers. I assumed that as they came from Amazon (albeit though a 3rd party seller) that they couldn't be fakes, but after receiving them I think that either they were cheap copies or Sennheiser's production quality has dropped dramatically. I suppose it is hard for Amazon to regulate the products sold by third party sellers. Some sellers of this product may be selling the real thing, but the headphones I got were of very bad quality.

The sound in my headphones was very tinny, and after about two months of use, one headphone started cutting in and out. After about 4 months,… Read more
PUSH Ding Dong Bell
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great bicycle bell, 12 Sep 2011
Makes a nice, loud "ding dong" sound. Bought it to replace the quieter bell that came on my bicycle. Loud enough to be heard by car drivers and pedestrians that have wandered into the road or bicycle lane while wearing headphones. I bought it after seeing (and hearing) a similar bell on a friend's Pashley bicycle, and I think this bell is pretty similar (and possibly identical) to the one that comes stocked on the Pashley Princess.