J. Myers

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Jeff Myers
Helpful votes received on reviews: 72% (234 of 327)
Location: Tyne and Wear, England

Interests
Music, Film, Books, Poetry, Science, Cosmology, Psychology, Toy collecting.
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 23,467 - Total Helpful Votes: 234 of 327
DRAGON IN DREAMS DID WW II 1/6 GERMAN LUCA DAK AFR&hellip by DRAGON IN DREAMS
Dragon In Dreams figures are Action Men given a million dollar make-over and a (1/6th scale) foot in the camp of museum pieces. At times only the subject matter and scale are common ground because the enhancements are astonishing. This range of figures bridges the gap between a 'dress-up' childhood toy and a painstaking effort to capture the authenticity of a particular battle costume in every badge, buckle and accessory. The results are astounding; made possible by a construction blend of plastic, cloth, leather effect, wood and metal. The head sculpt alone is wholly photo-realistic. Skin pores, varied airbrushed flesh tones and vivid eyes. If you like to take photos of your collection;… Read more
EXHIBIT - Solid Wood 6 Shelf Glass Wall Display Ca&hellip by WATSONS
The first thing you'll discover upon opening the delivery packaging is the overpowering chemical stench of the treated wood - it could probably be weaponized. So asthmatics be warned. The second is the scary weight of the front glass panel - easily the heaviest thing you're ever going to add to this case. Assembly is easy. But using the pilot holes provided you're going to end up with a frame side which protrudes slightly at the back - making it impossible to fit the backing board perfectly flush. On the version I received, the backing board also overlaps the edges of the case slightly - and I think that's pretty poor workmanship at this price.

The makers have already cut and… Read more
NEW UNBREAKABLE MOLDED RUBBERISED MICROPHONE MIKE &hellip by Adam Hall
This works OK for a verticle mounted microphone but it's too flimsy for a boom arm - perhaps where a microphone might need to be positioned at an exact angle. To face an amp's speaker cone for example. And you can't really tighten it sufficiently without risk of damage. There are far better clips on the market for only a small amount more.

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