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iPhone 4 / iPhone 4S Armband - Black Armband Case Holder for iPhone 3G 3GS 4 4S - iPod Touch 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Gen
iPhone 4 / iPhone 4S Armband - Black Armband Case Holder for iPhone 3G 3GS 4 4S - iPod Touch 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Gen
Offered by Trade Accessories
Price: 4.95

25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Worth the money, 29 Jun 2010
I like this product. The delivery was excellent and the armband is fit for purpose. A couple of slight criticisms...

As pointed out in other reviews, the strap isn't quite tight enough for me. I imagine this could easily be rectified with a little modification on my part, but something to consider if you have smaller arms.

Also, due to the fact that the phone is slotted into the case through a wide opening, it means that you can only wear the armband one way up and, since there is no hole at the bottom of the case for earphones, it means you can't wear the armband upside down on your arm. Not something that bothers me, but a lot of people seem to find their phones easier to view when placed upside down on their arm. The fit is nice and secure and the phone is in no danger of popping out.

The armband is quite bulky, but the iphone is not a small device so I don't imagine it's any bigger than any other product on the market. It also has a handy little key pocket, which is nice.


The Low GI Vegetarian Cookbook
The Low GI Vegetarian Cookbook
by Kaye Foster-Powell
Edition: Paperback

35 of 35 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very good buy, 22 Jan 2008
I find with many cook books that the recipes are fiddly and time consuming and usually demand a pinch of one ingredient and a splash of another, and before long you have a cupboard full of rare spices that you are never going to use again. This book however is simple to follow, contains ingredients that are generally easy to find in shops and ones that you are likely to use again.

The book gives ideas for breakfasts, lunches and snacks as well as main courses, and gives a real variety of dishes. I haven't cooked all of them yet, but they are all appealing and all things that you could happily feed to non-vegetarian guests or family members, as I have done to positive feedback!

The only thing I thought was slightly odd is that one of the recipes calls for gelatine, but it's easy enough to steer clear of one recipe, there are plenty to choose from.

All in all, there is something here for everyone. The meals are healthy, simple and tasty.
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