iPower Station for iPod and iPhone
Never let your gadget run out of precious juice when you're out and about again, with the iPower Station. Compatible with iPods and iPhones, the battery pack may be small but it packs a lot of power. When the dreaded low battery symbol appears, simply plug the iPower Station into the USB charging slot to enjoy an extra 250 hours of standby time, up to 5 hours talk time or up to 20 hours extra music playback time. Pocket-sized and portable, the wireless battery pack will be an indispensable item for those who heavily use their gadgets and could become invaluable in an emergency. - R.K. Features: Handy pocket-sized iPhone or iPod backup battery pack Up to 250 hours extra standby time Up to 5 hours talk time or up to 20 hours extra music playback time Small and functional Battery Capacity (mAh): 1000mAh Output Power: 2.5w Size: Dimensions: 6.1 x 5.3 x 1.3cm Weight: 40g
Soviet Heid Slip On Youth Trainers
Soviet Heid Slip Trainers Casual junior trainers by Soviet with a slim rubber sole with tonal contrast stripe, textured detail to the toe, bold panelling to the sides and front and tonal seam stitching. The trainers have a slip on design with a cushioned inner for comfort and branded embroidery and a signature branding tab to the back. Youth Trainer > Slim rubber sole > Tonal contrast stripe > Bold panelling > Tonal seam stitching > Slip on design > Cushioned inner > Branded embroidery and signature branding > Textile upper and inner/man made sole > Wipe clean Find our latest range of Youth Shoes . Burgundy 5
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Book of Secrets
Did you know there's a secret daily flight from the United States to Cuba? Or, that in 1966, the U.S. government smashed a bacteria-laden light bulb inside the New York subway system? Or that there are quite a few abandoned underground New York subway stations? Or, that there's an entire (now-abandoned) underground movie theater in France? Of course not, because they are secrets. And this book is full of them. That's why it's called [insert eerie music here] the Book of Secrets. OOOOoooooo...