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Galaxy S7 Edge Case, VRS Design [High Pro Shield][Shine Gold] - [Brushed Metal Texture][Drop Protection][Heavy Duty][Minimalistic][Slim Fit] - For Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935 Devices
Galaxy S7 Edge Case, VRS Design [High Pro Shield][Shine Gold] - [Brushed Metal Texture][Drop Protection][Heavy Duty][Minimalistic][Slim Fit] - For Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935 Devices
Offered by VRS Design UK
Price: £34.99

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very nice phone cover, 26 Mar. 2016
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This is a premium cover for your phone. At first I thought it was a bit flimsy, but in fact when your phone is in place, it certainly gives it excellent rear and side protection. It feels and looks nice. The gold edging matches my gold s7 edge so it looks part of the phone itself. It is light and so adds very little weight to the phone. Just remember to get yourself a very good screen protector and be careful not to let the edges roll up when placing it in the cover.


[3D Full Coverage] Galaxy S7 Edge Screen Protector, Kollea PremiumUltra Slim High Definition Invisible and Anti-bubble Crystal Shield Curved Edge Screen Protector for Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge w Lifetime Warranty
[3D Full Coverage] Galaxy S7 Edge Screen Protector, Kollea PremiumUltra Slim High Definition Invisible and Anti-bubble Crystal Shield Curved Edge Screen Protector for Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge w Lifetime Warranty
Offered by Grand Monkey - UK
Price: £5.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Dreadful Rubbish, 26 Mar. 2016
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Bought after reading two five star reviews and at that point had five star rating. Not the cheapest either so I thought I was on to a winner. Like others have said, you just can't get it to stick without numerous bubbles no matter how careful you are. The sides won't stick down...in fact I am sure one side had no adhesive at all and also had a jagged edge to it. Got in touch with Amazon straightaway and I am sending it back as I am loathe to throw a tenner in the bin.


TRIXES 3D Glasses Clip On For 3D Viewing at Home Cinemas Movies and Pubs
TRIXES 3D Glasses Clip On For 3D Viewing at Home Cinemas Movies and Pubs

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't be put off by how cheap these are., 14 Mar. 2012
I was looking for ages for a decent pair of clip-on passive glasses for my Toshiba 3D TV as, being a glasses wearer, I found wearing the glasses supplied with the TV on top of my own a little bit uncomfortable after half an hour, which is no good when you want to watch a film. I found these supplied by Digiflex and at first was put off because they were so cheap compared to the 'Official' Toshiba or LG equivalent. I decided to give them a go and boy I am glad I did. Fantastic quality and very light. Once you clip them on your own specs you hardly notice any weight change on your nose and you can begin to enjoy hours of 3D viewing with absolutely no loss in picture quality. Digiflex were super fast delivering too (24 hrs)! Don't be put off by the price. The glasses are 1st class and with a 1st class service from Digiflex to match.


The Adventurer - The Complete Series [DVD] [1972]
The Adventurer - The Complete Series [DVD] [1972]
Dvd ~ Gene Barry
Offered by 2ndiscs
Price: £15.70

28 of 30 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars One of ITC's Finest - Maybe not......., 8 April 2006
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Lou Grade always aimed his series towards the American market. After the delayed success of 'The Saint' with Sir Roger and the initial more successful 'Danger Man' and 'Danger Man MkII AKA Secret Agent' with Patrick McGoohan, Lou Grade thought that marketing of his series for American audiences would be easier by engaging American leads - Richard Bradford for 'Man in a Suitcase', 'Stuart Damon' for 'The Champions', Joel Fabiani for 'Department S'.In the early seventies Lou Grade was asked to contibute two series at 30 mins length to fill a gap in the American schedules. These were eventually filled by 'The Protectors' produced by Gerry Anderson and starred Robert Vaughn and 'The Adventurer' by Producer Monty Berman who had produced 'The Champions' 'Randall & Hopkirk(Deceased)' & 'Department S' and starred Gene Barry of 'Burke's Law'. The Protectors faired better though not without it's production problems. Robert Vaughn been told to leave the production during it's first series after the star complained about the European film crew (to put it mildly) and had threatened to quit. However, 'The Protectors' being produced by Gerry Anderson was much more professional package with better & more coherent scripts and a better production value. 'The Adventurer' suffered with poor scripts, a troublesome star and poor production values. Just watch the extras on this (once again) superior compilation by Network to see what happened to Stuart Damon and what Barry Morse and Catherine Schell thought of Gene Barry (don't mention his height!). After watching all the episodes I wouldn't say they were the worst I have ever seen from the ITC stable (Jason King has that honour), in fact being a half hour show they are of course fast paced and quite entertaining as long as you don't try to find a plot. They are better than most shows produced these days (which doesn't say a lot) and it does have a theme tune that you could play over and over for hours. It was the end of the glory days of the ITC era. A lot of people just said it was a lazy production. Maybe they are right, maybe it was just the star who demanded too much, maybe it was the time for a change from the old ITC format, but....give it a go, it does have a charm of it's own and after a few episodes it does grow on you, it's not good but it's far better than what you get now. Criminal what they did to Stuart Damon though!


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