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Philip J. Noonan

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 965
Helpful votes received on reviews: 84% (472 of 559)
Location: England
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 965 - Total Helpful Votes: 472 of 559
Draper 08387 Rubber Torch (4 x D Batteries) by Draper
2.0 out of 5 stars Ok...kind of., 29 Mar 2014
Expensive batteries, and old fashioned low light filament bulb.
It is sturdy and waterproof, and does throw some light, but the glow is a dull yellow even with 4 ultra high capacity Duracell D batteries.
There are much better LED Lenser torches out there, and I accept I should have paid the extra for one of those.
Don't make the mistake I made trying to penny pinch.... Buy a better one. :)
Kitchen Craft Heavy Duty Chrome Can Opener with Pl&hellip by Kitchen Craft
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing, 29 Mar 2014
Despite its low price, I still expected this to perform properly.
Our daughter and her husband bought us a similar style /operation opener that worked seamlessly and smoothly. Sadly, when we moved house, it got lost in the mix, so I had to buy this.
It's chunky and bulky, and requires strong , large hands. If you have any infirmity or have small hand span, these really aren't for you. My wife has dainty little hands and has reverted to our old butterfly openers. I have big, gnarly, ugly middle aged bloke hands...and I've reverted to our old butterfly can opener.
That should tell its own tale.
The lid of the can is cut from the top ( half the time) leaving a very nasty… Read more
Google Chromecast HDMI Streaming Media Player by Google
8 of 12 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Poorer than expected, 26 Mar 2014
I bought this after reading flowery , glowing reviews on the various tech expert sites. It's being hailed as the cheapest method of converting a non SMART tv into an all singing, all dancing SMART tv.
It isn't.
It doesn't.
It comes in a very smart and professional looking box with everything you need to get it running.
You plug it into the HDMI slot on your flat screen tv, and the unit has a small LED that flickers into life. It requires power to operate , which you can get from either plugging the USB lead into a USB slot on your tv if it has one, or, plug the USB cable into a three pin USB wall plug. I tried both, and both worked perfectly.
You then switch your tv… Read more

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