I make videos every week for my Youtube channel, www.youtube.com/user/jjward. Most of those videos also have a page on this website with additional information.
Viewing the videos is free and will remain that way. However creating them is not free and they take a significant amount of time to make, so any contributions are appreciated.
Patreon is a method of contributing a small amount each month, starting at $1.
You can change the amount or cancel at any time.
Patreon supporters also get updates on future videos before anyone else, and can usually see videos up to a week in advance.
Cards can be purchased here: www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B006AUF6X0
Please send via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Donations are welcomed via:
Please only use Bitcoin if fees are small - historically they have been in excess of $10 per transaction which is ridiculous. Don't waste your money on fees like that.
If you have an item which is appropriate for the channel and would make an interesting video, then please send it in.
Due to space limitations, large or oversize objects cannot be accepted. This generally means that if it can't be sent in the regular mail, it it too big. If unsure, email email@example.com first.
Items which are appropriate include any mains powered items that:
Anything which would fit into the Museum section of this website is also welcome, mainly older electrical and related items which are examples of how things used to be done. However do check the website first as there is probably no point in sending a duplicate of something I already have.
Battery / USB powered electronic items are probably not suitable - there are plenty of other channels which cover those.
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Any suggestions for new video content can be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no guarantee of when or even if a particular video will be made, but suggestions are always considered.
However please note that I am NOT interested in any of these things:
Any messages regarding such things will be deleted without reply.
If you want to send items for review then go ahead - items may be reviewed at a time I consider appropriate, or they may never be reviewed.
If your product is included in a video, any defects, problems and similar will be included. If it's unsafe and dangerous junk then that will be stated as well
Once published, videos are never removed.