FOXSUR Car Battery Charger

Today I’ll be writing about the FOXSUR Car Battery Charger. A 3-stage automatic battery charger, which also features a pulse battery repair function.

In early March, my Vauxhall Zafira’s hazard lights suddenly came on whilst being parked on my drive since the beginning of January (due to lockdown). I presumed an alarm had been set off and proceeded to investigate. Read more about FOXSUR Car Battery Charger

Syncwire Car Phone Holder

Today’s review is for the Syncwire Car Phone Holder. It’s been quite a while since I last reviewed a Syncwire product, so was excited when they approached me again for a review. I was given free choice to review anything from their website. I couldn’t decide, so took to Twitter. The Syncwire Car Phone Holder was chosen at random from a list of chosen products.

There’re so many different types of mobile phone holders available for your car. Some attach to the windscreen, some attach into your cars air vent, and some attach directly onto the dashboard itself. The Syncwire Car Phone Holder has a trick up its sleeve, it can supposedly attach to both your windscreen and dashboard. Read more about Syncwire Car Phone Holder

Elegear Lumbar Support Cushion

Today I’m going to be reviewing the Elegear Lumbar Support Cushion. A new brand for the My Helpful Hints website. I love when a new brand contacts me and asks for a review. Elegear stock all sorts of homeware, home electricals and gadgets on Amazon. The Elegear Lumbar Support Cushion is a self-inflating back support […]

EasyAcc Phone Car Holder

I’ll be reviewing today the EasyAcc Phone Car Holder. The universal mobile holder which attaches to your car’s air vent.

It’s designed to be used for smartphones with a screen size of between 4 and 6.5 inches. So, it’s suitable for the iPhone XS XS Max XR X 8 8 Plus 7 7 Plus SE 6s 6 Plus 6 5s 4; Samsung Galaxy S10 S9 S8 S7 S6 S5 S4; and phones from LG, Nexus, Sony, Nokia, and other brands. Read more about EasyAcc Phone Car Holder

Nonda Zus

Today I’m going to be writing about the Nonda Zus. This small Bluetooth gadget plugs into the OBD2 port of your car and can scan for issues.

Potential benefits include fault finding, mileage tracking, driver behaviour analytics, car finder, and tons more!

The Nonda Zus is an app-controlled system. All you need is a smartphone and you’re ready to diagnose vehicle issues. Read more about Nonda Zus