This review is in response to all those that complain about the press stud not holding the cover securely when open.
It is NOT designed to hold the cover... The strong magnet at the side is meant to hold the cover when open.
Just undo the press stud and the 'hidden' magnet at the side and let the cover swing free on the circular magnet on the right. I have used this case like this for 8 months now with absolutely no problem.
This is an excellent case and has NO design faults if used in the way it was intended to be used.
I'm quite happy to answer questions if you have any.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Beware - Not as Shown
, 30 Sep 2012
This notepad is far thinner than shown in the picture. See my "customer photo" to know what you're really thinking of buying. The real notepad is A7 (106mm x 78mm) and only 6mm thick, with just 50 pages and weighs just 41g. So for a start at £6.99 that's almost 14p for each page, add in the grossly inflated postage, and you get a cost of over 18p per page!
To put this into perspective, you are spending £9.24 to be sent the equivalent of just over 6 pages of A4 paper made into a notebook with a pretty picture front and back.
This notebook is an utter rip-off. If you really want one you can find it elsewhere on the internet for £2.97 and 99p p&p!
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
I have a couple of these and have mixed feelings towards how good they are - so here are the pro's and con's and I'll let you decide.
* Very bright for such a small device.
* Very quick to sense movement.
* Long battery life.
* Easy to affix to a surface where screws can be used.
* Magnet is very weak and will not hold the weight of lamp with batteries installed. Just slides down a metal surface, have to use hook or scews which is difficult on a metal surface!
* Batteries not included (poor considering the price).
* Feels cheap and plasticky - not the quality the price implies.
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