Posts Tagged: Review

Bellroy Elements Phone Pocket Review

I’d always fancied a hobby that involved ‘stuff’ and then I started cycling. I did’t realise quite how much ‘stuff’ or more specifically wardrobe you need to cycle comfortably in the UK with our famously changeable and variable weather. Then of course there is what to do with the items you need to take out with Continue Reading

Kindle Voyage – A Quick Review

I received my Kindle Voyage earlier this week, and thought I’d share my first thoughts on Amazon’s latest eReader. At first glance the Kindle Voyage looks like a slightly more compact Paperwhite, but there is much more to the latest flagship eReader from Amazon. The Screen The screen of the Kindle Voyage sits flush with the Continue Reading

Baron Fig Confidant Notebook ‘Unboxing’

The Baron Fig Confidant Notebook is a Kickstarter success story where three friends came together to create their perfect notebook. As of this week Baron Fig now ship to the UK, and they have kindly sent me a Confidant to review. I thought however that I would start with an ‘unboxing’ of the Confidant, which I realise Continue Reading

Timbuk2 Command Laptop Messenger Bag Review

A little while ago Timbuk2 kindly offered me a chance to review their Command TSA-Friendly laptop messenger bag; I’ve been using it on my daily commute and found much to like about this great bag. Design The Command is a classic laptop messenger bag but with a TSA-Friendly twist. So just what is this TSA-Friendliness of Continue Reading

Faber-Castell Ondoro Review

Last week was National Stationery Week here in the UK. During this joyous week of celebration of paper, pencil, pen and ink I was contacted by the delightfully named Anna Rainbow from The Pen Company asking if I would like to review one of their items. It would have been rude to say no. After Continue Reading

Tom Bihn Ristretto Review

After my review of their Western Flyer travel bag, Tom Bihn contacted me and asked if I would like to review their Ristretto laptop bag. They didn’t need to ask twice, and just a few days later UPS were at my door. I’d originally planned to use the Ristretto as my “mobile office” whilst pursuing Continue Reading