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Expert Shield - THE Screen Protector for: Sony Xperia Z Front & Back *Lifetime Guarantee*
Expert Shield - THE Screen Protector for: Sony Xperia Z Front & Back *Lifetime Guarantee*
Offered by Expert Shield
Price: £7.95

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My second purchase from these guys., 9 July 2013
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
So an e-mail popped up last week saying they're going to send me the back cover completely free of charge. I'd have been pretty happy if the thing was terrible quality, purely because it's free. But the fact it's quite easily the most robust screen protector out there makes the sentiment even better.

Personally, i'm very careful with my phone so if it does come into contact with anything hard or scrapes against anything, it's a complete one off, and that hasn't happened to date. But, my mum also has an Expert Shield protector for her S3 and she puts the protector under some real tests with it getting thrown about, scraped against keys etc, and whilst you can see some slight marks on it, the screen itself is in perfect condition with no hairline marks or surface scratches. It's merely indented, if anything.

Wonderful company, wonderful product. I'll be ordering one for the next flagship Sony phone whenever it's available.

Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature 260 ml/9fl oz Feeding Bottles (6-pack)
Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature 260 ml/9fl oz Feeding Bottles (6-pack)
Price: £12.00

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars As of 17/07/12 - these are the cheapest i've seen them, 17 July 2012
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
We're expecting our baby boy next month so we've been picking all the essentials up recently. Next on the list were bottles and I seen this particular set of 6 bottles (260ml) in Tesco for £22.99. I put them in my basket to buy, then decided to check eBay on my phone where I seen them for £12-15 plus postage, so thought i'd give it a miss. When I got home I googled these bottles and stumbled across Amazon's deal, fantastic price at £11.50 including delivery, especially from a trusted retailer. I can't give any advice on whether these are value for money but given the brand and the good reviews, i'd say so, just wanted to give you guys a heads up that you won't find them anywhere else cheaper as the price stands now.

Sony Wireless Stereo Headset (PS3)
Sony Wireless Stereo Headset (PS3)

203 of 205 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Buy them, don't think - buy., 24 Nov. 2011
By no means am I an audiophile, nor will I accept something if it isn't worth the money I paid for it.

I wanted a state of the art 7.1 surround sound system in my living room to compliment my PS3 and atmospheric titles such as Battlefield 3 & Skyrim. I think it's only fitting that if you're going to splash out on the visuals in a HDTV, then it's only right to give the audio the same treatment.

I spotted these on eBay and managed to pick a pair of UK PAL ones up for £75 delivered (seller is xbiteworld). Promises of virtual 7.1 surround sound, crystal clear voice chat, instant syncing & more importantly, the fact they're wireless, had me sold.

After a couple of weeks of use, I can safely say that these are an excellent bit of kit. Plus, it's an official Sony product if you're a brand freak.

As promised - they immediate synced to my PS3, which involves putting the dongle in the USB port & pressing one of the ear pieces (whichever one the on/off writing is on) until it beeps and comes on. Instant connection and the sound should start coming through your set.

As promised - 7.1 virtual surround sound, as I said, i'm not an audiophile but games like Battlefield 3 and Skyrim completely come to life, and it will work to your advantage in-game. Hearing foot steps to the left of you? Possibly an ememy on your nearside.

As promised - Crystal clear voice chat? Well, yeah, I guess. Trouble is I can't hear myself talk! It's that feeling when you're talking but you don't know how loud you're talking. Could be annoying to the neighbours, more so than you having a typical surround sound system - but who cares, you're in your own house, talk as loud as you wish.

As promised - Wireless, yup. Simply put, they are so practical.

Lastly, comfort, soundbleed & battery life. They are indeed comfy, your ears don't overheat or begin to ache/hurt if you're playing for long periods. Soundbleed - very minimal, my girlfriend doesn't complain anyway! Battery life is excellent, I can't say i've counted but if i'm putting in roughly 3 hour shifts per night, i'm recharging for a while on the 3rd night.

I appreciate this isn't the most useful review however it's an honest one. Surely that has some value to somebody out there.
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Legendary Classics, Vol. 1
Legendary Classics, Vol. 1
Offered by FastMedia "Ships From USA"
Price: £25.63

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Disturbingly Genius, 15 Dec. 2009
Never judge a book by it's cover, they say. In this case, do. R.A raps like he looks. He's uncomprimising, off-the-leash savaging, disgusting and utterly brilliant at his chosen profession.

"Uncommon Valor" (Minus the flem-tickling voice of Vinnie Paz), "Smithhaven Mall", "Poor People" and "Every Record Label Sucks ****" should give the untrained ear a shock and you will be safe in the knowledge that you are listening to the best rapper on earth. His rhyme scheme's are flawless, his style unique and his lyrics brutal.

Don't think, buy it.

Championship Manager 2010 (PC)
Championship Manager 2010 (PC)
Offered by PNA247
Price: £6.18

7 of 21 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Lets Be Realistic Here..., 15 Oct. 2009
If you're someone who has just walked into the world of management simulation and have an slight/average interest in football, buy this game. It's straight forward, it's easy to get into, it's fun.

If you're someone who lives and breathes football and have just walked into the world of management simulation, do not, under any circumstances, buy this game. You will be much more suited to the Football Manager series. You will have sleepless nights, you will wake up, possibly subconciously, slap bang in the middle of giving a half-time pep talk because your team is 2-0 down at home with fitness levels dwindling to a derisory 70%, and telling the missus who is looking at you worringly that you just had a bad dream. You will cry uncontrollably to the point when you can't catch your breath and you're making a seemingly overly exaggerated choking sound - when another team pips you to the post on an outstanding player that they have just signed on a Bosman. You will confuse reality with your team's triumphs and be absolutely sure of yourself that Italian minnows Como did win the European Cup Final in 2023. You will write e-mails addressed to made up addresses hoping the potential recipient will read your e-mail, just so you know in your mind that someone else knows of your team's trumphs and that the time spent on the game was most definitely worth it. You will pull sickies at work, making phonecalls to your manager at 7am in a purposely low voice and ignorant attitude, making it as beleiveable as possible that you have a severe case of the flu, when in reality you've got five games left of the domestic season and that you're 6 points outside of the playoff's. You will be more genuinely excited at scoring 4 goals against anyone than getting engaged to your lady of choice and all the palaver that goes with it. You will consider divorce or temporary/permanent seperation if your missus contracts a virus on your computer which destoys your saved game file and anything relating to Football Manager. You will die happy knowing you took a team from the bottom tier of a professional league, to the top.
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Sleep (Of Oldominion) 'christopher'
Sleep (Of Oldominion) 'christopher'
Offered by EliteDigital UK
Price: £33.95

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Truely a Good Effort, 10 July 2005
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
Luckily, i've a friend over in Portland who actually knows Sleep, so i've had the privaledge of hearing this album before most people.
From start to finish, sleep takes you on his journey, an emotional journey at parts, but a journey you'll want to live again and again. He conducts himself correctly, with an excellent showing of the lyricism he's most capable of, you got your fun tracks, serious tracks, and some extremely heart wrenching tracks which will leave you hitting the repeat button as fast as you've ever done.
Tracks like "Never" featuring Tony Hill are strikingly powerful, i had to collect myself for 5 minutes the first time after i heard it, this is by no doubt in my mind the standout track on the album. You get your more 'fun' tracks like "Make Yourself Get Up", then there's "The Heat" with a cameo appearance from Masta Ace which basically shows how good sleep can flow, it's insane at parts. Production throughout is extremely varied so you really can't label it any certain type of hip hop, it caters for everyone i guess.
I won't go any further into the album as i don't wanna' give too much away. But yeah, an album more than worthy of your money. I wouldn't say it's flawless, but it's good a hell of a lot more pro's than con's. Buy it.

Offered by skyvo-direct
Price: £9.28

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Truely A Classic., 17 Sept. 2004
This review is from: 112 (Audio CD)
If your a new 112 fan & don't know which album to pick up first, then for the cheap prices i've seen on amazon this will be the best money you've spent in your life.
The album is produced perfectly, the cowbells, the handclapping, the soft pads & heavy use of piano sampling really set's a mid 80's feel to the album, almost like an underground jazz club.
The foursome of 112 utilise their voices to execute each track perfectly. Slim is usually in the limelight of each song while the others harmonic voices can be heard in the background adlibbing & snatching a rare verse now & again.
Tracks like call my name, only you, now that we're done & cupid will remain as a piccacle example for all aspiring singers & groups everywhere for years to come.
Diddy really has produced a gem that will carry the torch for this genre of music for as long as music exists.

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