The videos always seem to have a serious whistle from background noise I assume. I tested it out in my sink with a piece of tissue inside, and it withstood over a half hour of being submerged.
I think the one disadvantage, as with any waterproof cases was the droplets of water beading onto the lens area (see attached picture).
Worryingly, though, we’re also seeing a new trend of representative 0pc deal durations (I’ve marked them in the table), meaning only 51pc must get that length; others a shorter period.
I suspect it’s the growing use of this “rate for risk” pricing that is partly responsible for such super-long deals now.
Accepted card customers can lock in any debt shifted within 60 days of opening the card, at 6.9pc APR, and that lasts until all the balance-transferred debt has been repaid.
While the offers tend not to be quite as strong, if you’ve space on your credit limit, your existing card provider may allow you to shift card debts to it from elsewhere – call up and ask.
The product has been provided by VTech so I could experience it with your family; however, the thoughts and opinions are all my own.
I bought this as a gift for my son who loves to take videos and pictures with my phone. The picture quality is great for the size of the product (see attached pictures, taken by my 4 year old).
He also has the Camera Connect, but thinks that is too bulky. The sound quality of videos is sub-par, but for the price of this product, it is understandable.
Only a year ago, I was raving about the new record-longest 0pc balance transfer deal nearing two years – that wouldn’t even merit a mention now. When you shift debt, there is a one-off fee related to the amount transferred.
To spell it out, that means if the balance transfer fee is 3pc and you transfer a grand, you will owe £1,030.