It’s time, that thing we know is there, we live our lives by it, we never have enough of it and we are obsessed by it. We watch it, we count it, we spend it.
Luckily though we aren’t part of the film ‘In Time’ where currency is time, your time. However like the film we still need to track its passage and what better way to do that than with a watch.
I’ve been asked to review this Globenfeld watch and see just how well it tracks time.
As you may have read I had the JETech screen protector fitted to my iPhone 6S Plus, and it did its job well, but I somehow managed to catch the edge of the protector when putting it in my pocket and lifted the corner without noticing – dust got under the protector and made a small bubble – that annoyed me, so I bought a new protector!
I was going to purchase another of the standard screen protectors but when looking I stumbled upon this privacy version so thought that I’d give it a try.
It’s been a fair while since my last review, it’s been very busy in that time with other non gadget based things, including Christmas, Star Wars:The Last Jedi and the adventures of Dave The Elf (Visit him on Behind The Geek).
Anyway, a couple of weeks ago I decided to buy myself a Philips Sonicare AirFloss Pro (Model HX8432/23 to be exact) as my teeth are quite tightly packed and I struggle with using floss/brushes etc.
But did it do what it said on the box and was it worth the bargain price I paid of £59.99?
There is a chance that you may have noticed Christmas is coming, possibly from the small subtle signs in the shops and from your calendar – not from it being advertised everywhere for the past few months!
Christmas means decorations, decorations means lights and lights on things outside.
B-Right asked me to test their battery-powered LED rope lights in time for the Christmas season.
It’s been a while since my last GoTW post, I’ve been busy with many other things and not had many things to review recently (which is handy as I’ve been so busy!) but here we are back with another cheeky little gadget to feature!
This week is an Innogadget USB to lightning charge and data cable keyring – It’s a mouthful to say but a useful thing to have.
Innogadget gave me a choice of which cable I’d like to review but as I’m sat firmly in the Apple corner it made sense to pick a lightning version.