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Not bad if you can get it working with supplied accessories,
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This item is sent with a 2 pin european style plug with no adaptor, so unless you already have an adaptor at home, then you're going to be disappointed in the waiting time in having to source one of these first before you can initially charge it. Luckily I had one for a seagate external hard-drive that fitted it, but I still had to dig it out from storage.
Amazon, you should make it clear that this item does not come with a UK power supply, it's very naughtly to omit such a vital piece of information on which purchasing decisions would be based.
If it wasn't for that I would have probably rated the item 4 or 5 stars, as it is a great piece of kit, and is relative straightforward to use with some really nice features, such as track play/pause skip next/skip previous, touch volume control. The volume control is a bit tempermental, but I just keep it on full whack, problem solved, and hearing destroyed ;)
I connect it to an iPhone 3GS and all the features work fine with this.
The built in FM radio is also a usefull added bonus.
My other only critisism is that the screen display is very small, I definitely have to put my readers on to see it, which is a bit of a pain.
Also, top tip for a compatible USB charger for this. Just go into your local poundstore and pick up a Blackberry USB charger for a quid. It fits and charges perfectly and saves all the hassle of having to get a EU to UK pin adaptor for the supplied power supply.
I'm still fuming about the supplied power supply though ...........
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Initial post: 20 Dec 2013 20:27:36 GMT
Laurie Parry says:
why recomend ppl 2 buy a cheap ass unregulated power supply ? one miss on quality controll on that cheap and nasty charger wipes out your nice expensive phone, always check the input on the device you are trying to power matches the output of the charger ur using, them poundland chargers probs do work ok, but no doubt slowly, & do u rly wana risk it ?
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