Protection for Phone and Data 

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First a real case for a phone not just the back but the screen as well and it also space for your credit and store cards. Second a well-made memory stick - it metal all round – and the company are sure enough to offer a five year warranty.

tactus OmniWallet for iPhone 6
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This case is designed for iPhone 6s and 4.7inch iPhone6. It is 14x7x1.5cm and weights 87grams when empty.

It has a back that fits over the iPhone and is held in place my magnets. So if required it can be used just as a standard phone back.

The case is two tone leather mine was brown on the top and black on the bottom of the case.

There is a small hole through both the case and the phone back for the iPhone inbuilt camera.

The case wraps round from the back through the left side and then the front. There is a leather catch from the back and around the right side to a solid popper (stud clasp) on the right side of the top.

There are three pockets on the left inside for credit cards and even a full length 13.8cm back pocket behind them which is 6.5cm wide.

It is called a Tactus OnmiWallet it is a folio case which allows you to keep all your valuables in one place so keep hold of your phone and you keep hold of everything.

It is not cheap – what iOS items are – but it is solid and will withstand the odd drop easily. Yesterday I was on a bus and the young lady dropped her iPhone on the floor it did not look the same when she picked it up.

If it had been in a case like this the screen would still be intact.

The Tactus onmiwallet is available from the link below for £27.99 with free delivery.

Toshiba 16GB USB Flash Drive

toshiba THN U401S0160E4 16 GB USB
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It is small and has a substantial half-moon link on the back end to enable it to fit onto a key ring but it has the advantage of the all metal case so even a load of clashes between keys and the like will not damage it.

It is 4x1.2x.4cm and weights only 5grams. The half-moon is shaped on the sides so as to move freely with the keyring to avoid scraping.

My unit was described as 16GB – other sizes are available – but in practice this is 14.5GB available with 16MB for directory services taken.

This is a USB2 unit but of course it will work perfectly well in USB3 drives.

As my test period is only short I cannot comment on its life span but to say any company willing to offer a five year warranty must be confident that they will not be getting many claims.

The stated operating systems mentioned on the back of the packaging are Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and MAC 10.6.6 or later. Although not mentioned I used it on Windows XP and Windows 10.

The Toshiba 16GB U401 USB Flash Drive is available for £5.99 from the link below.

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