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Helpful votes received on reviews: 80% (48 of 60)
Location: Chester, Cheshire United Kingdom
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 110,439 - Total Helpful Votes: 48 of 60
New Samsung Galaxy S3 PowerBank - 3200 mAh Spare B&hellip by InventCaseŽ
... cos I can then touch my re-charge button on the PowerBank and it will charge my phone back up to 80%. You can of course continue to use the phone while it's being charged by the PowerBank. It's lovely and slim and doesn't add much bulk to the phone. Actually the phone feels rather more robust inside the case.

It takes about 3-5 hours to charge up (I don't really note the time as I leave it to do it's thing). It charges up using the std Samsung cable.
Balanzza Ergo Digital Luggage Scale by Lewis N. Clark
Right. You take out the tab so that the batteries connect. You press the on button (if the effort of taking out the tab and putting the batteries back didn't turn it on. You see a nice "hello" and the screen says lb. You press middle button and it becomes kilos. Attach the strap round the handle of your (filled up) bag and make the stance of a Olympic weightlifter. Now lift up the scales taking the weight of the bag. After a few seconds of trying to burst your blood vessels and knees a shakin' the device will beep at you and display the weight of the luggage. Bingo.

It works a treat and is easy to handle and saves you faffing about at the airport when the check-in person… Read more
Inner City Blues <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Inner-City-Blues/dp/artist-redirect/B00I14BIH6">Kirk McElhinney</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
Inner City Blues Kirk McElhinney MP3 Download
Hello,

I went to see Kirk on Friday evening in concert and he played most of the songs that are on the CD. He's a big talent and so were the three other band members : percussion, double bass and keyboards.

I don't have any other music like this in my collection so it's difficult for me to categorise. It's not folk rock but there were folky bits and some rock bit's, jazzy bits too. I'd like to say Don McLean but Kirk doesn't write in the same style.

Still, a good collection of songs to listen to, sat by the log fire with a large scotch in the hand.