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“Ultimate Ears Megaboom”

published 03/04/2016

AdvantagesGreat sound quality and design.

DisadvantagesPrice could be off-putting

...First impressions I had experience of the Ultimate Ears brand when I decided to purchase this ?Megaboom?. I doubt I would have bought it otherwise, considering the hefty pricetag. Looks count for a lot in this market, and if you are going to spend serious money on a Bluetooth speaker you do need reassurance that the brand you are buying from know what they are talking about. Looking...

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AdvantagesTravel case, in-line volume control handy & multi functional with Apple devices.

DisadvantagesBass sound quality less than the standard ones, danger of fake online buys, can be pricey.

...I like Apple products. I have done so ever since I discovered Apple Mac computers in 2007. A few months ago before going on holiday I discovered that I couldn?t find my standard Apple in-ear phones and though I have Sennheiser ones that are used with my Apple iPod Classic, I like Apple's default in-earphones as they seem to be able to deliver a good sound quality, independent of whatever...

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“Hopi Ear Candles”

published 08/03/2008



.... When I went last month I told the therapist that I have been having lots more headaches (I'm quite stressed) and I'm starting to get mild migraines (not half as bad as they were before I started getting IHM). She did the IHM as usual but suggested that I book a Hopi Ear Candle instead of the IHM. I agreed, so on Wednesday I went for the appointment. ~ What are Hopi Ear Candles...

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