Hi there stranger!
First of all here’s my contact information for business enquiries – email me at:
My name is Chris (Born in 1991), I’m the owner, administrator and sole-writer for this Blog.
I established my name on the Interwebz back in 2007, where I started to make gaming montages and quest guides for Runescape on YouTube, under the name of Totallydubbed. I quickly found a lot of people started watching my content, as they liked the way I explained certain aspects of the game.
As time passed by, I decided to branch into technology, one of my huge passions in life. I started picking up anything I had laying around my room and reviewing it, making unboxing videos and/or “how to” guides. I thus decided to separate my two channels. One dedicated for gaming: Totallydubbed and the other for technology: TotallydubbedHD
In 2010 is when I made my move and transferred all my reviews and tech related content to my secondary YouTube channel, which then later turned into my main channel: TotallydubbedHD.
My reviews and guides seemed to become successful, especially after my Samsung Galaxy S1 guides on flashing ROMs and Kernels. I quickly became the world number one video maker in the world for ROM videos of the Samsung Galaxy S1. With this success, I became a Recognised Contributor over at XDA Developers, the biggest Android forum in the world. This was a huge honour for me, as I had always used XDA as a reference point for my guides.
In early 2012, I decided to launch this website – despite it not really having much, it was a stepping stone for what was to become a hub for all my written reviews. In mid/late 2012, I decided to start porting over all my written reviews I had written, be it on AmazonUK (where I later became a Top 500 reviewer in the UK), certain forums or new products I had thoughts on. It became an instant success – in just under a year and a half I had already hit half a million views on my website.
What about the YouTube thing?
It still went on, my gaming channel unfortunately slowed down, as I started posting less on that (despite having 1,500 subscribers and over 1.5 million views) – however, my tech channel was constantly expanding and at some points exploding more than I could imagine!
It thus became my main YouTube channel, as I was constantly posting videos on there – almost every week, there would be 2 or more videos posted by me. It reached over 3.8 million views and is constantly growing with subscribers (Over 4,500 subscribers).
Now I’m here where I literally “started from the bottom” (yes that’s a Drake reference!) and got to where I am now. Not once was I been featured on any YouTube channels or really took advantage of the Partner Scheme by Google. Thus, all I’ve got and all I’ve accomplished has come from hard work and dedication. Everything you see on my website, on forums or on my YouTube channels are a result of me striving hard to be one of the most honest reviewers you’ll ever come across.
I don’t take pay cheques from companies, I don’t endorse companies nor do I ever act dishonest to my audience. I might not be a huge influence on the internet, but I want to at least have an impact, by being an honest reviewer that people can trust. A lot of reviewers these days are paid, bias or just plain uneducated on their subject. I’ve stuck to what I know best and built upon that.
Over the years, I’ve also built relationships with certain companies and/or other reviewers and thus, that’s why you’ll see them featured on my homepage – I admire what they do, or use their products daily and thus feel the need to share it. From an audio reviewer friend, to AmazonUK where I purchase most of my things from.
All my work is completely free – I even suggest you use AdBlock on my videos (as there shouldn’t be any adverts on them) – and all my work is self-funded. I’ve had the pleasure of receiving items over the years, but not once have I been paid for what I do (not from YouTube, nor my “fans”). Thus, why I’ve become an Amazon Associate to make commission on AmazonUK purchases that are made via my Amazon links. Thus if you want to help me out and you were thinking of buying an item (especially of something I’ve already reviewed) then I would appreciate you using that link or an AmazonUK link on my reviews. It doesn’t do anything apart from tell AmazonUK where their traffic and purchase came from – and because of this, they give me a small commission.
Other than that, I work full time now and always make time to reply to comments or questions within 24hrs (if not minutes). If I don’t reply within a month, I’ve either missed your comment (very rare, unless Google goes crazy) or I’m presumed dead. Like my poor Link below – Yes you’ll find a “dead link” (pun intended) if you enter a URL on my site that’s invalid. Pretty neat right? Goes with my gaming love perfectly I find!
I hope this gives you a good idea of who I am and what I do!
If you wish to contact me, for business enquiries you can do so by either leaving a reply on any post on my site or alternatively email me at: