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EasyAcc Screen Protector Samsung Galaxy S7 Tempered Glass Invisible Shield Film Guard Cover Crystal Clear HD Bubble Free (Second Screen for S7, Anti-Sharp Scratch, High 9H Hardness)
EasyAcc Screen Protector Samsung Galaxy S7 Tempered Glass Invisible Shield Film Guard Cover Crystal Clear HD Bubble Free (Second Screen for S7, Anti-Sharp Scratch, High 9H Hardness)
Offered by EasyAcc.U Store
Price: £29.99

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Like another reviewer this was absolutely shocking as an S7 ..., 29 April 2016
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Just to clarify this does not cover the whole screen. Contacted EasyAcc after purchase and they were extremely helpful in resolving my issue.
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DURAGADGET Compact Camera Case in Black for Canon EOS M, Canon PowerShot A1400, A2600, SX270, SX280 & IXUS 255 HS - Premium Quality, Water-Resistant Pouch with Zoom Lens Compartment, Cross-Body Strap & Air-Locked Seals
DURAGADGET Compact Camera Case in Black for Canon EOS M, Canon PowerShot A1400, A2600, SX270, SX280 & IXUS 255 HS - Premium Quality, Water-Resistant Pouch with Zoom Lens Compartment, Cross-Body Strap & Air-Locked Seals
Offered by GADGETPLUSUK
Price: £14.99

1.0 out of 5 stars Totally inaccurate description., 25 April 2015
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Advertised itself as 'DURAGADGET Compact Camera Case in Black for Canon EOS M...'

Absolutely untrue. It is far, far too small for an EOS-M and the lens protrusion is about half the size of any EOS-M lens. Utterly unusable. Intructions also totally incomprehensible.

UPDATE: I have to say the vendor was incredibly helpful about this. Very quickly got in touch and sent out a suitable replacement immediately at no extra charge, no need to return the original!! Great customer service.


Eve Online (PC)
Eve Online (PC)

15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars boogaloo, 9 Feb. 2009
This review is from: Eve Online (PC) (Video Game)
Utterly amazing game. Played it from launch day, and it's utterly addictive. It's a real 'slow burn' game and it's not for everyone though.

One point to bear in mind is that it's a very harsh game. In Eve if you lose your ship in combat it's gone forever - there's no 'respawn and try again'. This adds to the thrill (I can still remember my hands literally shaking during my first few PVP engagements) but you can end out losing your prized possession. Assuming you've 'cloned' recently you won't lose skillpoints though.

The really remarkable bit is the sandbox politics. Almost all of the content comes from the incredible community and the fierce rivalries between the player base.

It's a truly amazing game.


The Best Of 1990-2000 (2CD)
The Best Of 1990-2000 (2CD)
Offered by DVD Overstocks
Price: £4.50

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Cracking - but you know that already, 13 Nov. 2002
Chances are if you're reading this page then you're already a big U2 fan. If you're a bit U2 fan, then the chances are you've already got most of the songs on the 'Best of...' CD. So why would you want to buy it?
Well, U2 have always been the masters of reinvention, and they've done it again with the format of this collection. Some bands just do a straight copy of their old material and leave it at that. Not U2 - a number of the songs are fresh re-workings or obscure B sides, and a surprising number aren't regular album tracks - take Miss Sarajevo for instance.
My only - and I mean only - gripe is that a lot of the B sides collection are taken from U2's 'dancier' songs and DJ collaborations. No doubt, this makes for an interesting listen, but I'd question whether that's what makes their core audience tick. Enjoy!


Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (PS2)
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (PS2)

3 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A lot of pleasure but a few vices, 13 Nov. 2002
Chainsaws. Helicopters. Fast cars. Bigger city. It's not surprising that people have been pretty pumped up about Vice City. But is Vice City really the ground breaking, jaw dropping, horizon shattering game that we might have expected?
Well, sorry to break the news, but no. And before any GTA fans raise their hands in horror I want to be clear - it's a damn, damn good game. It's just not a quantum leap from GTAIII.
Let's take the city itself. There are some cracking finds - the dirt track, the penthouse flats and loads more detail on the posters. But there are also some low points - the map may be huge, but it's a bit of a cop out. Half of one of the islands is just beach. Ok, ok - I'm sure some of you will just think I'm nit picking, but I honestly believe you've all felt a little twinge of disappointment after the first hour of play.
The fact that the game's not a giant leap for Rocktar is borne out by the look and feel of the game. There's no real change on the graphics or game interface - in parts it just looks like GTAIII with the TV colour set to 'garish'.
I do recommend buying this game - especially if you don't have GTAIII, but let's be honest, it's GTA 3.5, not GTA 4. Enjoy...


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