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Exo Terra PT2192 Solar Glo Mercury Vapour Lamp, 125 Watt
Exo Terra PT2192 Solar Glo Mercury Vapour Lamp, 125 Watt
Offered by Cocos Petshop
Price: £31.09

3.0 out of 5 stars Good but doesn't last long, 23 Dec. 2013
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Although one of the more competitive prices for a mercury lamp, which also does the job well, it blows after 5 months... Is there a reason why the life of these are so short lived?


PattyBoutik Long Sleeves Ruched Turtleneck Tunic Top
PattyBoutik Long Sleeves Ruched Turtleneck Tunic Top

4.0 out of 5 stars Hot but a little sweaty, 12 Sept. 2013
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Fashionable and warm!! Rarely do you see those two descriptors together. This is a godsend for Winter's in the norther hemisphere. 4 stars purely based on the fact for some reason, the fabric makes me start to stink. So unless you want to be wafting BO, then you need to wash this after every wear.


Moleskine Folio Sketch Book A3
Moleskine Folio Sketch Book A3
Price: £21.89

33 of 34 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars By far the best Sketchbook on the market, 1 July 2009
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Having been looking for a new sketchbook for months, I was absolutely ecstatic when I found out Moleskine were now making A3 versions of the classic sketchbook. In the past I have consistently had problems with various sketchbooks; quality paper usually means a heavy book that is an absolute pain to lug around everywhere, whilst lighter books are often too flimsy and low quality.

This is the perfect antidote for an increasingly fed up art student. It is light enough for me to fill several and still not overstep the portfolio weight requirements for college applications without compromising on quality. The sleeves are a fantastic antique white paper that are good for almost every medium, even managing to withstand heavy lashings of water without becoming completely tatty. Also I had never realised just how handy the back pocket would be in a sketchbook; no more do I have an absolute meltdown everytime people handle my books and scraps fly out the sides. Absolutely perfect, could not recommend more. Even with the hefty price tag, I think I have now found my staple book.


Employment
Employment
Offered by A ENTERTAINMENT
Price: £2.98

7 of 20 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Commercialised music to the extreme, 15 Dec. 2005
This review is from: Employment (Audio CD)
I bought this album when i first heard all the hype about this new "grown up indie band" and was so dissapointed I was thinking about taking it back to the shop.
To be honest there must be somethign going for the Kaiser Cheifs from the fact that one of their songs is literally playing non stop on the radio, but I can't just be the only person out there who finds their "music" bland, boring and just deeply irritating.
People are constantly complaining about the likes of Avril Lavigne and all these "Skater-Punk" bands but it seems that commercialised pop music has basically taken over every genre of music nowadays. The Kaiser Cheifs have no individual sound, nor any original lyrics that even have any meaning, they are solely a manufactured band out there to sell records.
I find it so sad how british music has slid downhill over the past few years. There has been no definitive sound (apart from perhaps the likes of the Libertines or Goldfrapp)and The Kaiser Cheifs are perfect example. This is just my opinion, but I do find it sad that while Kaiser Cheifs are doing brilliantly and selling music just like they set out to do, there are lesser known yet fantastic bands out there who don't get a look in with the bland british public because of all this comemrcialised rubbish being aired out across the country.


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