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Alan Clarke

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 72% (103 of 144)
Location: UK
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 358,961 - Total Helpful Votes: 103 of 144
Panasonic KX-TCA94EXB Headset by Panasonic
I bought this to as it matches the phone I'm using and some people said the plantronics M175 I was using was too quiet - I thought maybe compatibility issue, and I should get the Panasonic one.
Well this is a lot worse - sounds quiet and muffled, no option to adjust mike volume, not really usable. (Tried with fully charged batteries in phone just in case - though phone mic works fine with any charge.)
Obviously I could talk really loudly, but I don't want to shout on the phone all day, and in any case the handset speaker phone comes over loud and clear with my normal voice - just I can't use it when sharing an office.

Given 1 star as zero doesn't seem to be an option.
Panasonic  Genuine Leather Case for the Panasonic &hellip by Panasonic
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Didn't work for me, 11 Dec 2011
I am posting my review of this case as I felt fooled by the ones already here. I thought OK, so long as it works well it might be worth the (excessive amounts of) money - but sent it straight back after a quick try.
Basically this is the case for an old fashioned viewfinder style camera - with an LCD screen it just doesn't make sense, as the opening part has to come off both front and back - you end up with most of the case hanging off the camera by a press stud. It just about works if you definitely want to use the neck strap - but with a wrist strap this case just gets in the way. Also I use my camera for work and frankly felt I would look a wally with the dangly bit flapping about… Read more
Three Cups Of Tea by Greg Mortenson
Three Cups Of Tea by Greg Mortenson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Having taken this on holiday as my only novel I had little choice but to plow on through the introductory chapters, which are pretty dire as writing goes. Having persevered and got stuck into the story, I loved the book.
I don't think Greg shows an arrogant approach to development - more naivety and ignorance, more than compensated by a genuinely big heart. Like many of us, he starts out not knowing how little he knows. What he himself learns from the people he went to help is as much an education as he hopes to provide in the schools he builds.
If you after a finely wrought work of fiction, don't bother with this book, but for an eye opening and inspirational story of life in… Read more