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Taken / Taken 2 Double Pack [DVD] [2008]
Taken / Taken 2 Double Pack [DVD] [2008]
Dvd ~ Liam Neeson
Price: £5.00

5.0 out of 5 stars Taken/ Taken 2 DVD boxset - Great value and two epic films with Neeson at his best!, 4 July 2015
While Taken 2 is a great film, the original Taken is probably one of the best films ever made and would certainly be in my top 20 of all time.

Essentially Bryan Mills (Neeson) must travel to Paris to rescue his daughter from the Eastern European traffickers and kidnappers before she is sold as a sex slave. The only thing the bad guys didn't bank on was that Mills is a former CIA agent, highly trained he will stop at nothing to find those responsible and save his daughter. From start to finish it's a great film and will have you at the front of your seat.

Taken 2 follows a similar storyline but instead Neeson and his ex wife are the ones who are kidnapped by the relatives of those that took his daughter in the first film as means of revenge. Again it's engaging and edge of the seat stuff but not quite as gripping as the first which will remain one of the all time greats!

For £5 this double DVD boxset offers great value for money, anyone that likes Die Hard and that style of film will most certainly love this!


Olaf Benz Men's Swim Trunks, Red (Red 3000), XX-Large (XXL)
Olaf Benz Men's Swim Trunks, Red (Red 3000), XX-Large (XXL)
Offered by GAYRADO - Everything for the Man. Immediate Dispatch. Low Delivery Charges!
Price: £22.52

4.0 out of 5 stars Olaf Benz Swim Thong in red - Ideal for tanning or swimming!, 4 July 2015
I'm an avid thong wearer, around 50% of all the underwear i have are thongs with the other half being made up of briefs, trunks and jocks. I don't normally wear the thong style for swimming but thanks to the extremely hot weather of late this style comes it to its own especially for sun bathing out in the garden (thankfully my garden is secluded). Everyone wants a better tan and this has certainly helped me get it.

Quality of materials, lining and the overall cut is very appealing with decent room at the front and good streamlined lines giving a traditional look at the front while the back is exposed. They rest on the hips for a low rise appearance and were a joy to wear for a few hours while tanning, i have tested them out in the water and they stay opaque, maintain their shape and don't come loose, naturally since there is less material you dry off quicker too. Not for the faint of heart although i only wear these in the privacy of my own garden or on a secluded/nudist beach.

The fitting is on the small size so ensure you size up. As for the colour, normally i would go for black but in this case i decided to pick the red for a change and quite like it. Haven't got any funny looks on the beach while in Spain and i like the fact i can enhance my tan on areas that would normally be covered up.

Verdict: If you want something exotic to go swimming in or want a better tan coverage then look no further, they aren't cheap but they do feel quality, just ensure you pick the next size up and you'll be fine!


Musk for Men Eau De Toilette Aftershave Lotion from Avon
Musk for Men Eau De Toilette Aftershave Lotion from Avon
Offered by LCG OUTLET
Price: £10.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Avon Musk for men - A lovely scent which is pleasant and lasts the day!, 3 July 2015
Aftershaves and Eau De Toilettes are very subjective to the person wearing them and one persons idea of a nice scent can potentially be horrid to someone else.

I've tried many different Aftershaves and EDTs over the years and have to say that this particular one took me by surprise. My girlfriend regularly buys from Avon and she bought this for me since i was getting low on my then current aftershave. This hands down is exactly what i've been looking for, it's warming and inviting, sensual and has a wood spice aroma to it besides a very faint "new leather" smell, very pleasant and easy to live with and a number of people have commented on it saying how nice it is.

Unlike some colognes, this one lasts the whole working day and doesn't need a top up at lunch. The 100ml bottle has a black pull off lid but underneath that there is a screw top so this is safe for travelling in a case!

Possibly the best EDT i've come across and will be sticking with it as long as they keep producing it. Glad to see it available on Amazon!


HOM Plume 2 Pack Designer Mens Sexy Microfibre Lycra G String Tanga Thong Pouch Underwear Black X large
HOM Plume 2 Pack Designer Mens Sexy Microfibre Lycra G String Tanga Thong Pouch Underwear Black X large
Offered by Giggleberries co uk
Price: £29.00

5.0 out of 5 stars HOM Mens Plume G-string - Looking for something minimalist and streamlined?, 3 July 2015
I buy a few of these every so often and always have a few in my draw...

If you want a minimalist and streamlined look and feel then this is the way to go. I'm no stranger to wearing thongs, indeed I own many different brands although HOM remains one of the best in my view if you want understated looks yet quality at the same time. Anyone that knows their HOM underwear will have heard of the "fredy g string" (go and search for it), it's a great starting place to this type of men's underwear simply as it's well made, has simple clear lines and is good value for the quality you are getting and provides a good blend of comfort and support. Material wise these are made from a blend of Polyamide which is synthetic and Elastane for added stretch.

With the Plume range you are getting an elasticated string waistband featuring the HOM logo around it which provides a decent amount of stretch, a matching pouch at the front which seems to be around the same size that the Fredy g-string has and a small triangular shaped piece of material at the back. Getting comfy in these isn't a problem as the material is very soft and despite the slim waistband there is surprisingly a good amount of support on offer. There is a front seam but it doesn't affect the wearing experience in my view. The thong part is wider than you would normally expect but because it's so soft you don't notice it one bit. They sit low on your hips and are low rise.

Verdict: inconspicuous to wear and create the feeling that you're wearing nothing at all. I do have three small gripes however, sizing as with all HOM underwear is on the small size so ensure you pick the next size up especially if you are well endowed, secondly you must be careful when washing these in the machine, while they wash well you must wash them with other lightweight clothing as the waistband feels like it could easily break if it gets wrapped around towels for instance especially on a fast spin (while this hasn't happened to me I think it's worth mentioning it). Lastly they are expensive given the amount of material you get. Colour wise i have both the "beige" and "black" versions, quality is identical regardless of the colour, it goes without saying that if you are wearing white/light coloured trousers or shorts then the beige colour is the best option to reduce VPL, the black is best for everything else.

Very easy to wear, comfy and a good level of support given the amount of material there is. Not advisable if your doing sports, more suited for general wearing under jeans or suit trousers. If you require more support then the HOM Fredy g-string is the way to go if you want something from the HOM lineup. Personally I would advise you try the fredy first, you'll be hard pressed to find better for the money.


HOM Men's Plumes G-String 2P Boxer Briefs, Beige (Skin), X-Large (Manufacturer Size:38)
HOM Men's Plumes G-String 2P Boxer Briefs, Beige (Skin), X-Large (Manufacturer Size:38)
Price: £29.00

5.0 out of 5 stars HOM Mens Plume G-string - Looking for something minimalist and streamlined?, 3 July 2015
I buy a few of these every so often and always have a few in my draw...

If you want a minimalist and streamlined look and feel then this is the way to go. I'm no stranger to wearing thongs, indeed I own many different brands although HOM remains one of the best in my view if you want understated looks yet quality at the same time. Anyone that knows their HOM underwear will have heard of the "fredy g string" (go and search for it), it's a great starting place to this type of men's underwear simply as it's well made, has simple clear lines and is good value for the quality you are getting and provides a good blend of comfort and support. Material wise these are made from a blend of Polyamide which is synthetic and Elastane for added stretch.

With the Plume range you are getting an elasticated string waistband featuring the HOM logo around it which provides a decent amount of stretch, a matching pouch at the front which seems to be around the same size that the Fredy g-string has and a small triangular shaped piece of material at the back. Getting comfy in these isn't a problem as the material is very soft and despite the slim waistband there is surprisingly a good amount of support on offer. There is a front seam but it doesn't affect the wearing experience in my view. The thong part is wider than you would normally expect but because it's so soft you don't notice it one bit. They sit low on your hips and are low rise.

Verdict: inconspicuous to wear and create the feeling that you're wearing nothing at all. I do have three small gripes however, sizing as with all HOM underwear is on the small size so ensure you pick the next size up especially if you are well endowed, secondly you must be careful when washing these in the machine, while they wash well you must wash them with other lightweight clothing as the waistband feels like it could easily break if it gets wrapped around towels for instance especially on a fast spin (while this hasn't happened to me I think it's worth mentioning it). Lastly they are expensive given the amount of material you get. Colour wise i have both the "beige" and "black" versions, quality is identical regardless of the colour, it goes without saying that if you are wearing white/light coloured trousers or shorts then the beige colour is the best option to reduce VPL, the black is best for everything else.

Very easy to wear, comfy and a good level of support given the amount of material there is. Not advisable if your doing sports, more suited for general wearing under jeans or suit trousers. If you require more support then the HOM Fredy g-string is the way to go if you want something from the HOM lineup. Personally I would advise you try the fredy first, you'll be hard pressed to find better for the money.


GLAMGLOW YOUTHMUD Tinglexfoliate Treatment 50 g
GLAMGLOW YOUTHMUD Tinglexfoliate Treatment 50 g
Price: £40.00

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great if you have oily skin and pleasant to use although it is expensive., 2 July 2015
My boyfriend treated me to a pot of this for my birthday, i suffer from overly oily skin which can lead to spots almost on a daily basis regardless of how often i wash and shower. Knowing how expensive this mud can be i tried to use it sparingly while ensuring every inch of my face was covered, the good news is that you don't need to put a thick layer on, a thin coating will suffice. It's grey in colour and has the consistency of a thick cream but has small pieces in it which look like leaf cuttings.

The mud starts to work within a few second of applying it, your face will immediately start to tingle which is the sign that it is drawing all the rubbish from your pores as well as absorbing any excess oil, it also has astringent properties which help shrink pores and tighten skin. When the mud has turned a light grey colour across your face you can then wash it off, oily areas like the nose and forehead tend to take longer, or they certainly did with me so it took around 15 minutes until everything had turned light grey. When you wash it off your face, you will immediately feel a cooling effect as the air gets into the pores, always finish up using cold water to close the pores when your face is free from mud.

It leaves my skin feeling dry and free from oil for the course of the day, when used twice a week in combination with my normal routine, the spots and oil on my skin have dramatically reduced. Very please and happy with this product especially as it was a gift, i doubt i would pay £40 for this despite how good it is and would suggest if you are on a budget to look for other products. It gets the thumbs up on everything apart from the price


Batman: Arkham Knight (Xbox One)
Batman: Arkham Knight (Xbox One)
Offered by Bonisell
Price: £39.00

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Batman Arkham Knight - So far it's stunning!, 29 Jun. 2015
This game is fantastic, large scale open world with tonnes to do and the ability to go anywhere and climb anything. All set in the beautifully crafted Gotham City and believe me graphically this game looks stunning, colour saturation, frame rate and anti aliasing is virtually spot on.

Combat is just as engaging and satisfying as it always was in past games but it's the batmobile that steals the show, weapons and gadgets galore and can be driven around the streets across most of the map. As per usual you can either make progress with the main storyline or make a detour and take down lower level criminals along the way and believe me there are plenty to go around!

So what is the story and what do i think about it, well needless to say it's incredibly immersive and the more you play, the more you want to play! Essentially from what i've played so far Scarecrow has released a new type of the fear toxin in the city, most people are evacuated in time but those infected remain, you as batman and Commissioner Gordon along with some help from Robin and even Poison Ivy are the only ones left to help.

Verdict: So far at least some 6 hours in i'm very impressed with how it looks and plays, they've removed all the barriers to truly exploring and you can literally go anywhere you want, I love some of the gadgets that batman has like the grappling gun and the ability to glide for ages makes travelling the map a breeze and the batmobile is simply the cherry on the cake. I've yet to encounter any bugs or glitches and it seems very stable and judging by what i've played so far i don't think i've scratched the surface of the game especially if you take into account all the side quests and missions available. The variety of game play on offer is to be applauded as is the level of detail the developers have put into the map!

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED and depending on how the game progresses could well end up being my game of the year!!


Sapphire AMD R9 380 Nitro Graphics Card (4 GB, OC, PCI-E, GDDR5, 256 Bit, DVI-I, HDMI)
Sapphire AMD R9 380 Nitro Graphics Card (4 GB, OC, PCI-E, GDDR5, 256 Bit, DVI-I, HDMI)
Price: £179.98

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars R9 380 - A solid card which offers good performance aside from driver issues!, 21 Jun. 2015
The R9 300 series of cards has only just been released (June 2015) and is AMDs latest offering of graphics cards. The first thing that you need to know is that ALL 300 series cards are rebranded version of past cards but with some changes and improvements. The upcoming Fury and Fury X graphics cards will be the only new cards as far as building from the ground up is concerned, It is important to note that while they are rebranded, the cards they were based on were indeed rebrands of older cards so this architecture does go back a few years.

Specifically the R9 380 is a rebrand of the R9 285 which used the GCN-1.2 Architecture codenamed "Tonga Pro".

Truth be told i was excited to get a hold of this card and see how it performed against its predecessor, this particular one has gone into a customer build as i build computers in my spare time. I have to be honest and say that while the performance was strong at 1920x1080p (resolution the card is designed for) it didn't offer that much in the way of performance gains over the 285 besides a few frames here and there, i noticed that in many cases the 280x outperformed this card by an average of around 5 frames per second.

Despite having 2 extra gigabytes of GDDR5 memory compared with the 285, a higher standard clock speed along with a better pixel rate per second besides the lower TDP while gaming, its performance didn't blow the 280x out of the water. Sure it beats the card it was based on the R9 285 but the 285 wasn't the strongest card from the 280 series, the 280x was! It does make me question why they decided to base their next generation 1080p card on the weaker of the two options. There are two versions of the 380, a 2GB option and 4GB option. In this day and age 2GB will struggle to render high intensity texture packs or increased Anti Aliasing so the 4GB option is the only one i would recommend especially if you want to turn the filters up.

Test system:
i5 4690k @ Stock
16GB Corsair Vengeance 1600Mhz
500GB Samsung 850 SSD
MSI Z97 Gaming 5 Motherboard
NZXT H440 Case

Benchmark FPS Average Range (1080p resolution - 2xMSAA - Ultra Preset)

Far Cry 4 28-56
Grid Autosport 47-73
Witcher 3 15-38
Metro Last Light 40-59
Battlefield 4 33-55
Call of Duty A.W 49-72

Temperature at Load: 69*c (ambient room temperature was 24*c)

One main reason i feel the R9 380 didn't perform as well as i was expecting was because of the latest 15.15 driver update from AMD which is specifically designed to work with the new 300 series of cards is a nightmare at best. On a new build there were less installation issues and crashes but in an existing system it cause a whole host of crashes and bugs which meant i had to wipe all existing drivers from the system and perform several resets and re-installations of said drivers. If you intend to purchase this card for an existing system that has already had graphics card drivers on it then i strongly recommend that you delete them from the system before you go about installing this one!

Pros: Better performance than the R9 285 * Energy usage remains the same as the 285 but 60w lower than the 280x * 4GB of Memory * Quieter and cooler than i expected it to run * Aggressively priced

Cons: As i write this the 15.15 driver is best avoided and caused a lot of system issues on my test system * The 280x performs better (at time of writing this)

VERDICT: I don't necessarily have a problem with rebranded cards, so long as there is a performance increase and lower price point. As i write this the prices are certainly on the lower side of what i was expecting but the performance is not as impressive as i had hoped especially as AMD are actually marketing this as a 1440p gaming card. In this case there is no real reason why you would pick this over the R9 280X if raw performance is what you are looking for. On a pro rata basis, performance is slightly better than the card it was based upon (the R9 285) but because of the driver issues i guess we won't see the true performance of this card until the driver problems are resolved.

Great performance at 1080p and the 4GB memory buffer is handy to have if you are running texture packs and want to turn up the AA, just be aware of the current drive issues and this is a good buy!
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EVGA NVIDIA GTX 980TI Graphics Card (6 GB, GDDR5, HDMI, DL-DVI,-I PCI-E)
EVGA NVIDIA GTX 980TI Graphics Card (6 GB, GDDR5, HDMI, DL-DVI,-I PCI-E)
Offered by elevenfirst
Price: £632.88

16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars GTX980Ti - Phenomenal performance and value when compared to the Titan, 16 Jun. 2015
So here goes...

I'm a computer technician and part time (or should i say spare time) system builder, recently i was asked to build a gaming system for someone that lives a few doors down from me, his budget was £2000. He wanted something capable of running most if not all games on "maxed out" settings at 1440p while still being able to hit the golden 60 frames per second, i did explain to him there might be the odd game where it might be necessary to turn the Anti Aliasing down to achieve this but you could use Nvidia MFAA instead, he agreed so the build was on. Before i talk about this card i want to quickly list the components used for the build so when i talk about frame rates later on you'll know exactly what hardware was used to achieve it.

Intel i7-5820K
MSI X99S SLI ATX Motherboard
Cooler Master Hyper 212 (client didn't want water cooling)
Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4-2133 16GB (4x4)
Samsung 850 EVO 250GB SSD (OS drive)
Samsung 850 EVO 1TB SSD (Storage + Games)
EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti 6GB (Reference Cooler)
Corsair 750D Case
EVGA Supernova 850W 80+ Gold Rated Modular PSU
Microsoft Windows 8.1 64-bit

So down to the card, at the time of the build the only version i could get my hands on were the ones with the reference cooler design, naturally given time, third party companies such as EVGA, Asus and MSI will bring their own versions of the 980Ti but until then regardless of which company you chose the card will look identical. The reason i chose the EVGA varient is because i know they have one of the best Customer Support programs in the business, whenever i have had a problem with anything to do with any EVGA product (which is rare) they have sorted the problem out quickly and efficiently.

So some technical specs first: the 980Ti has 2816 Cuda cores, Base clock/Boost clock of 1000/1075MHz respectively, Memory clock speed of 3505MHz and naturally 6GB of GDDR5 VRAM, along with that you also have a 384-bit bus bandwidth which allows for 5,632 GFLOPS and 2,816 shading units. The only downside to the card is the 250W TDP requirement which means you will require a high quality 600W power supply to run this card, ideally 650W or above depending on the rest of your system, you will also need 1x6 pin and 1x8 pin power connectors.

So with this card you have G-Sync compatibility but naturally this will require you to have a G-sync monitor (which are horrifically expensive), this card also features GameWorks library of technology including PhysX and VisualFX along with developer tools, this all means that games which are developed using GameWorks will be better optimised on the 980Ti. TXAA (Temporal) which is Nvidias latest AA technology really is impressive, much like MFAA (Multi Frame AA) it is less taxing on your card than MSAA (standard in game Anti Aliasing) They both allow you to turn the in game AA down while still using Nvidias own AA technology.

As an example if you have TXAA or MFAA turned on in a game that is compatible then setting the in-game AA setting to 2x MSAA will actually give you the appearance of 4x MSAA without the ball crunching frame drop.

You also get full DirectX 12 compatibility, DirectX is Microsoft's programming interface from which most future games will be developed so having full support for it and all past versions is very welcome. Along with that you get "Gamestream" which is the ability to stream games from your PC to Shield which are a series of Nvidia tablet devices, i haven't tested that out so can't comment further!

As for the ports available you get: 3x Display ports, 1x HDMI, 1x DVI. Maximum resolution output for this card is 4K but if you add more monitors then you would be best to lower the overall resolution. For the best experience you would be better sticking to one display at the maximum resolution possible.

Temperature wise at Idle this card was hovering around 31*c and wasn't audible, this was in a room where the ambient temperature was 25*c. After two hours of gaming on Battlefield 4 (while under load) the card never went over 57*c, ambient temperature was around 27*c at that point. The fan was louder but at no point did it get to the point where it was disturbing your gaming, again this was tested inside the Corsair 750D case.

In a nutshell the performance is jaw dropping, i installed a number of games for the customer and tested them out at 1440p (as this is the resolution the customer will be gaming at) and here is what i found:

BENCHMARKS (1440p, Ultra Preset with in-game 2xMSAA. MFAA and TXAA are ON but may not apply to certain games)

GTA5 54-77fps
Far Cry 4 55-89fps
Tom Raider 68-102fps
Battlefield 4 62-93fps
Watchdogs 41-64fps

While this card isn't designed for 1080p gaming (because it's overkill to the 9th degree), i did test a few games out at that resolution for those that are 1080p gamers. Frame wise the absolute minimum was 75 with Battlefield 4 averaging around the 110fps mark on Ultra Preset at 1080p resolution. REMEMBER these figures are specific to this system, i mention them just to give you an idea as to it's performance.

Pros: On paper the 980Ti is remarkably similar to the Titan yet costs significantly less * Stunning performance even without overclocking * 6GB Memory buffer is more than you will ever need, not one game ever came close to hitting the limit * Decimates every game i tested at 1080p and offers excellent performance at 1440p (haven't tested at 4k) * Quieter in operation than i thought it would be and runs cooler than i was expecting too (not forgetting this is a reference cooler) * No driver issues or installation problems * Hook up multiple monitors!

Cons: I was shocked when i unboxed it to find there wasn't a backplate on the card * I wanted to keep it for myself as i game off a gtx970

VERDICT: The only reason i was able to get hold of one of these was because i was asked to build a computer on someones behalf, while it is a reference design i was very happy with it and the client is too. I installed MSI Afterburner (overclocking utility) so the client can play around with the settings and get some added performance from it and pleased to report he is happy with the gaming performance. £530 isn't cheap when it comes down to graphics cards but when measured against the Titan it offers 98% of the performance for £400 less! If you have the money to splash and are serious about your gaming, then i guess this is the card to get especially when you take into account the price to performance ratio. At 1080p and 1440p resolutions this card simply munched through those games like a knife through butter, more so at 1080p where you can have the AA turned up to 8xMSAA and still achieve over 60fps in virtually every game. My one warning is there are bound to be third party cooler designs coming to the market so keep an eye out just in case you don't like the reference look

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED IF YOU'RE SERIOUS ABOUT GAMING!


Thomas Nash Mens Pack Of Four Black Thongs L
Thomas Nash Mens Pack Of Four Black Thongs L
Offered by Debenhams
Price: £18.00

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Thomas Nash Gents Thongs - Great everyday choice, well made, comfy and stunning value!, 12 Jun. 2015
Long Review so bear with me...

The Thomas Nash brand is exclusive to Debenhams and i'm glad they are now selling these thongs on Amazon besides their own online store.

First i think it's important to talk about the size guide which i have gotten from my local store as the guide that Amazon has is useless:
CM (Inches)
Small - 74-84 (29-33)
Medium - 84-89 (33-35)
Large - 89-97 (35-38)
X Large - 97-104 (38-41)
XX Large - 104-112 (41-44)

These thong briefs are probably one of, if not the best example of "everyday" mens thongs. Made from high quality cotton and an elastic waistband to give added stretch, these are ideally suited for those that crave support and comfort without too much material. It is essential to thong underwear that you pick the correct size, not too small or too big, the guide i include is accurate and would advise you use that for your first purchase and i can guarantee it won't be far out, if you are between sizes then size down!

From the front these could easily pass for traditional briefs, very conservative in the looks and overall these sit over your hips but below the waist. The pouch at the front has ample room even for a well endowed man and is contoured at the sides meaning your jewels won't be moving around too much. The "cut" at the front is perfect too in the sense that around your leg they have angled the material so it doesn't dig into your leg, so those "pocket adjustments" become a thing of the past and means wearing these under jeans over the course of a long day are a breeze. Zero irritation means Maximum comfort and did i mention the material is super soft too? Waistband wise it's perfect, good stretch and support and i like the small white lines stitched into it.

Onto the back, the actual thong part which sits between the buttocks is actually very comfortable, not too wide or too narrow and after a few minutes of wearing it you actually stop noticing it so this idea that some have of you permanently feeling a wedgie is just plain wrong! If i had to be critical i would say the thong part is slightly on the longer side than i would like but that is a personal preference, so if you would like a closer and more secure fit and feel then pick a size down from the guide i mention.

Pros: Very comfy * Supportive * Excellent sizing with good stretch * Soft cotton * Quality Construction * Great value * During hot weather this style works incredibly well at keeping you cool, dry and irritation free * Discreet to wear!

Cons: While the thong part is comfy and you'll have no problems getting use to it i think it is slightly on the longer size than in should be, nothing that will spoil the wearing experience but if you want a more secure fit then picking the next size down does rectify this!!

Verdict: So why pick a thong and not a more traditional style? There are numerous reasons to that question, the main ones are that they give a very supportive fit yet are minimalist in their design so work wonders under tight fitting clothes such as jeans but equally work well regardless of what you wear, gone is the excess material around your legs and during the summer months you'll find this particular design a god send! There are other bonuses such as no visible pant lines and they are a more exotic style of underwear as opposed to traditional boxers or briefs so your partner may approve of the look. Being a 4 pack only sweetens the deal, all in matching black and they can be washed in the machine with everything else.

Great everyday gents thongs, comfy, stylish, supportive and yes sexy too, good sizing (maybe a little on the generous side) and excellent value for money. If you are unsure and want to check out the quality before you buy then simply go to your local Debenhams store where they always have these in the gents undies section.

Highly Recommended and pardon the long review!!


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