Tag: review

Review – Nokia 8

Back in the day, I was a MASSIVE Nokia fan boy. I worked with Gerrymoth on NokiaAddict. I’d follow and track every single slither of Nokia news. Every single handset they released, I’d try and get my mitts on. I was without a doubt, a Nokia Addict. To me, Nokia …

Review – Harvester – The Honey Pot, Basildon

Harvester is a restaurant chain that evokes strong emotions in me. It was a restaurant chain that we frequented as a family when I was little. I have very vivid memories of phenomenal meals there as a little boy. Going to see the animatronic Wurzel Gummage and Aunt Sally that …

Review – CBeebies Land Hotel – Bugbies Room

CBeebies Land has delighted families at Alton Towers Resort for several years now. At the beginning of the season it re-opened with the addition of a new ride and a new attraction. Alton Towers Resort have extended their younger family offering with the introduction of the CBeebies Land Hotel. Location …

Review – Seagate Backup Plus Hub 8Tb

The nice folks at Maplin.co.uk sent me a Seagate Backup Plus Hub 8Tb to review. An 8Tb drive is probably larger than most normal folk have in their computer. This allows you to store up to 133,280 hours of digital music, 2,560,000 digital photos, 8,000 hours of digital video or 2000 …

Review – KidZania London

Located within Westfield London (Shepherds Bush), KidZania, put simply is a city designed for children. Set across two floors this 75,000 sq.ft scaled down city is designed for 4-14 year olds with over 60 real life role play adventures. They say – “Have your kids ever dreamt of becoming a …

Review – Panasonic SC-ALL05

I recently wrote about the Panasonic SC-ALL7CD – and, despite the rubbish phone software (which has had a few updates since), the unit is pretty good. Today, I’m looking at its sister unit – the Panasonic SC-ALL05. It retails at £179.00 – although you can find it a bit cheaper at …

A Potted Review – Potted Panto

Sometimes when you’re a blogger, doing stuff with the family, there’s often a thought of – ‘Urgh, I need to write about this’. It’s usually true if you’ve been invited somewhere to ‘review’ it. I’ve usually making notes in the back of my mind about every detail, I tend not …

Review – Panasonic SC-ALL7CD

When I was growing up, the musical hub of the home was a very expensive Pioneer separate system. A giant beast with a 6 CD Changer and Vinyl Turntable on the top. It sounded beautiful, and was the centre of every party my parents had. Separate systems are still very …

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