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SUCk UK Dead Mark Bookmark

by Suck UK

Price: £7.50 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £10. Details
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Book Mark
  • Made from silicone rubber
  • Character bookmark
  • Measures 10.2 x 2 x 13 cm
  • Part of the Dead series - also available: Mummy Mike, Dead Fred Pen Holder, Hanging Harry Light Pull, Splat Stan Coaster and Stress Ball Paul
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SUCk UK Dead Mark Bookmark + SUCK UK Origami Sticky Notes
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Product Information

Style Name: Book Mark
Technical Details
BrandSuck UK
Model NumberSK DEADMARK1
Item Weight18 g
Product Dimensions10.2 x 2 x 13 cm
ColourYellow
Manufacturer Part NumberSK DEADMARK1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0028YQGWC
Best Sellers Rank 2,042 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight118 g
Date First Available1 May 2009
  
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Product Description

Style Name: Book Mark

Product Description

Squashed flat Bookmark Mark - part of the Dead series from Suck UK!

Poor Mark! He's met a squishy end - his floppy body now stuck between the pages of your book!

Dead Mark makes a great bookmark though - forget those old reciepts and pressed flowers, Mark is squished in place to keep you pages saved and make sure that you never forget where yout left off.

Made from silicone rubber, Dead Mark is a sturdy bookmark that is built to last and won't start fraying around the edges.

Available as part of the Dead Series - other characters include:

  • Splat Stan
  • Stress Ball Paul
  • Splat Stan Coaster
  • Hanging Harry
  • Mummy Mike
  • Dead Fred Pen Holder

Manufacturer's Description

Poor Mark! He's met a sticky end - a squishy end to be precise - his floppy body trapped within the pages of your book, scrabbling to get out. And all the while happily keeping your place ... you know, keeping the page at that point in the story where the man gets crushed by a giant encyclopedia. Forget pressed flowers and old receipts - Mark is the future. And what else will he do now he’s dead?!

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Hal Marshall TOP 100 REVIEWER on 15 Oct 2012
Style Name: Dead Fred Verified Purchase
I bought this shortly after becoming professionally embroiled with a man of no talent but enormous expectations. A difficult combination to do very much with, I'm sure you will agree. Before Dead Fred bounced his way into my life I was reduced to venting my frustrations in the guise of doodles. Nowhere near as satisfying plus liable to be used against me in a court of law one day.
Dead Fred makes each day worth getting up for. Because whatever life throws at me (assuming I am not quick enough off the mark to be able to bolt the door of my office before Bill can even get in there) I know that I shall at least have the satisfaction of ramming by ballpoint into a helpless inanimate object. Little things like that make life worth living.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Yorksteve on 19 April 2010
Style Name: Stress Ball Paul Verified Purchase
Paul takes a bit of a battering from me at times, but he stands up (or curls up into a ball) well to my abuse. He's stronger than he looks, you can even throw him across the room.

His rubber is tougher than other stress balls and he's a much more heavy duty stress reliever. What's more, he never complains.

Don't buy a normal stress ball, take it out on Paul instead.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Lord Henry on 17 May 2011
Style Name: Stress Ball Paul Verified Purchase
I'm a pensioner and I bought two 'Stress Pauls' as I was unlucky enough to break both my wrists (needed plates & screws in both !). Even before having my plasters removed I wanted to have something to manipulate between my fingers to stimulate faster healing post-operation, by having to use the tendons in my fingers. I felt that a stress-ball product with an irregular shape would be more helpful than a conventional round ball. The Stress Pauls turned out to be ideal. As the strength in my fingers started to return, the little chaps could be squeezed harder, and the irregular shape meant the fingers were able to manipulate the little helpers in a way not possible with a ball. My guess is that use of two Pauls has speeded my digital recovery/dexterity significantly (the guy in the plaster room at the hospital even suggested using a computer key-board would be beneficial).

An excellent little product, and they also feel a good item for the intended item of stress-relief (Also, my grandson in Australia has mild ADD, and has been advised to use a stress ball product to manipulate in his spare hand when doing school work. The irregular shape of Stress Paul would be ideal in the classroom situation because if it's dropped, it won't roll away !).
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A. Searle on 8 Jan 2010
Style Name: Stress Ball Paul
Great as a hand/wrist strengthening tool after my daughters broken wrist - the fun shape actually got her to do the exercises where as a conventional stress ball didn't.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Rubia Murphy on 26 Dec 2008
Style Name: Splat Stan
I have had great pleasure from this little thing. I'm not quite sure why the dreadful fate of Stan should amuse me as much as it does but I love it.

I wish Stan came in other colours...........orange is not a favourite. Black/green/blue/red are all far better. I think sales would increase if other colours were available. I'd buy 6 if they came in black!!!

If I had anything negative to say it would be the fact that if you don't use a large enough mug to cover the coaster part of the splat that it dilutes the effect slightly.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A. M. Busby on 11 Oct 2009
Style Name: Book Mark
This has brought a smile to both the children I have given this product to as a birthday gift. It is made of a flexible soft plastic so is all flimsy and rubbery and the X marks for eyes are a nice touch. Check out the other products by this brand they are all funny and a bit quirky.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A.T.C. on 29 Jan 2011
Style Name: Splat Stan
Got this a while ago. It's a great gift for almost anybody.

Pros:
+ Looks as described
+ Quality
+ Design
+ Idea
+ Can last forever :)

Cons:
- None
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Me Karen Rogers on 25 Oct 2007
Style Name: Dead Fred
It definately isn't a toy but boy is it funny and theraputic. Have given fred to each of my teenage(non talkative) nephews and was astounded that they could actually communicate so three Freds are off to Uni where I am sure they will be a talking point. Also love Hanging Harry but some how when you have a little one called Harry It's a bit difficult to go there.
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