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Replacement Remote Control For NEON RC08F
Replacement Remote Control For NEON RC08F
Offered by cherrypickelectronics
Price: £11.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Works as promised, once you’ve worked out why it doesn’t to start with, 2 Oct. 2017
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This is a replacement due to me murdering the original remote.

Turned up in a bag with no instructions, put batteries in, light flashed when buttons pressed, nothing happened in the TV, after a few minutes of swearing, I saw there were two buttons on the second row from the top which were MODE A & B, I pressed B & lo it worked perfectly, (see photo) took a few minutes to work out all the function buttons as it’s not a direct clone of the original but so far not been able to find anything I couldn’t do with original remote.
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28 Days' Data: England's Troubled Relationship with One Day Cricket
28 Days' Data: England's Troubled Relationship with One Day Cricket
Price: £4.72

5.0 out of 5 stars The Data says this is excellent, 8 Aug. 2016
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As I know these two reprobates on Twitter, you may think I'm biased, but hopefully you'll move past this and realise what an enjoyable*, well written & interesting book.

For someone who likes one day cricket and has suffered through all the World Cups since 99 them this explains the disasters seen on tv, why they happened & what the players were thinking/feeling.

Some great interviews & nuggets from players & coaches.

I thoroughly recommend this, although not one mention of Mankad's, awards for stepping on ropes is disappointing.

*knuckle gnawing horror as long buried memories of English incompetence is dragged back to the surface


DTX Fitness 2 in 1 Elliptical Cross Trainer & Exercise Bike with Pulse Heart Rate Sensors
DTX Fitness 2 in 1 Elliptical Cross Trainer & Exercise Bike with Pulse Heart Rate Sensors

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent for the money, 5 Feb. 2016
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Arrived two days before expected, but no worries was in,

Took an hour to put together, mainly using the tools provided, no issues putting it together, nice and simple & the instructions were reasonably clear.

The onboard computer is basic but does exactly what I want it to do, & build quality seems to be fine it's had a week's hard use & nothings snapped or fallen off.


Foxglove Summer: The Fifth PC Grant Mystery (PC Peter Grant Book 5)
Foxglove Summer: The Fifth PC Grant Mystery (PC Peter Grant Book 5)
Price: £5.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another great book in the series, 22 Nov. 2014
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I smiled all the way through this, the tongue in cheek humour, the "realism" of the police accepting, if not liking, and attitude towards the "weird s##t" is really well done.

Shame it has to finish.


Moon Over Soho: The Second PC Grant Mystery
Moon Over Soho: The Second PC Grant Mystery
Price: £3.99

5.0 out of 5 stars great fun, 8 Aug. 2014
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Just the right amount of dark humour, horror, cynicism & swearing to make this an utter joy of a book. I look forward to the rest of the series


NCIS - Season 4
NCIS - Season 4
Dvd
Price: £14.49

5.0 out of 5 stars Still great, 11 April 2014
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This really is a joy, funny, interesting plots that change enough so you can't guess "whodunit" all the time & in this series the character development is nicely done. I won't say I'm addicted, but I'm starting to build a boat in the garage


Thanks, Johnners: An Affectionate Tribute to a Broadcasting Legend
Thanks, Johnners: An Affectionate Tribute to a Broadcasting Legend
by Jonathan Agnew
Edition: Hardcover

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Warm, funny, affectionate and Boycott, 8 Dec. 2010
This is a great book, it made me laugh & cry and wish that I could go back in time again to listen to TMS with
Jonners, Blowers, Fred Trueman et al all over again.

Well written in Aggers' languid witty style, it's a lovely history of a great commentator & the great institution that is TMS.

To quote Sir Geofrey of Boycott 'That'll do lad, that'll do"


Ashes 2009: When Freddie Became Jesus
Ashes 2009: When Freddie Became Jesus
by Jarrod Kimber
Edition: Paperback
Price: £7.99

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars this is again Genius, 22 Dec. 2009
In his previous book, 2008, A Disrespective Jarrod basically used his blog posts to highlight the year in cricket. This book is different, this book is written by Jarrod especially about the Ashes, using some of his blogs, but mainly it is an exemplary description from a fan's view about the third greatest ashes series in the 2000's, because seriously this was a series between two average sides, neither of which were anywhere near as good as 2006, let alone 2005.

Laugh as Mitchell's Mum makes him Cry, weep as England decide that they're going to collapse in a little heap at headingly and get walked all over, snigger as Watson actually opens a test match innings, worship as Fred decides he's the Mesiah at Lords, and shake you head in wonder at how the Aussies could have been so stupid as to leave out Hauritz at the Oval

You'll read more thoughtful, painstaking books on this series, but you'll not read a better description of what actually happend as seen by a fan, who when it comes down to it, knows how to write a very very very funny and interesting book.


The Year Of The Balls 2008: A Disrespective
The Year Of The Balls 2008: A Disrespective
by jarrod kimber
Edition: Paperback
Price: £9.00

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Utter Genius, 21 Dec. 2009
I read this in a state of near trouser wetting mirth. Until I read In Bed with Jaques Kallis, at which point i had a little sick in my mouth. Ive read some filth in my life, but this makes you want to clean yourself in Bleach. Its Evil Genius.

If you want a review of 2008 from a fans view, instead of what the mainstream wants you to remember, then this book is for you.

i cant recomend it highly enough


Cricket, Lovely Cricket?: An Addict's Guide to the World's Most Exasperating Game
Cricket, Lovely Cricket?: An Addict's Guide to the World's Most Exasperating Game
by Lawrence Booth
Edition: Paperback
Price: £9.99

7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Says exactly what it does on the cover, 15 July 2009
This book is a brilliant, whimsical look at Cricket the game, its players, the countries that play, the Media and the fans.

Lawrence Booth is an excellent writer with a brilliant sense of wry humour and I laughed all the way through the book.

Get this and get Armball to Zooter and get onto the Guardian site for the OBO coverage.


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