Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (10 of 12)


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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Delivers on all fronts, 2 Nov 2013
There are now quite a few universal adaptors on the market and I took a great deal of time researching that market before I committed myself. I noted the widely differing reviews, especially regarding quality (and whether or not the product would turn out to be 'genuine' or alleged knock-off). All I can say is that I am very pleased with this product which appears to be the real thing and of good quality.

It was essential for me to have a USB socket (this one has two) as well as the standard two and three pin options. My previous adaptor was slightly more compact but whilst it still functioned - after several trips around the world - the USB pins (which like this were part of a… Read more
Plantronics 37852-11 Audio 310 Mono PC Headset by Plantronics
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
My previous headset didn't last anything like as long as I had hoped. I have now been using this one for a few months and find it to be robust, we'll made and picks up my voice extremely well. In common with many I use it for Dragon Naturally Speaking. It is comfortable to wear for long stretches and feels like it will last. I relied upon previous reviews to inform my choice and felt it somewhat incumbent on me to reciprocate by adding to the deserved praise of both the product and the speed with which it was delivered.
Mongolia (Bradt Travel Guides) by Jane Blunden
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Sorry to disagree with the previous reviewers but disagree I must. I bought the Bradt guide partly on the strength of earlier reviews and partly to see how other guides compare with Lonely Planet, my normal guidebook of choice. I now know why I lean towards LP.

For sure Part One has a good deal of interesting background and detail which will enhance your understanding of Mongolia and maybe stir a yearning to visit. There is also a good selection of high quality colour photographs to whet the appetite still further. However, Part Two The Guide, the engine room of a good guide book, is sadly lacking. The map of Ulan Bator is not cross-referenced with the text; there is no… Read more