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Rab Women's Microlight Vest -
Rab Women's Microlight Vest -
Offered by Graham Tiso Ltd
Price: £90.00

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Warm, lightweight and comfortable duck-down gilet, 20 Feb. 2015
I bought my first Rab Microlight back in 2008 and, since then, I've worn it nearly every day throughout the year and I have no doubts that it will easily last several more years.

It's one of those jackets that's so lightweight and unobtrusively comfortable you simply slip it on and almost forget you are wearing it. It's a slim fit which can be worn either under or over a fleece and provides a snug, windproof layer with two handy outside pockets and a larger zipped inner pocket which the gilet/vest will fold into.

It's a lightweight gilet about 8-10mm loft rather than the bulkier, heavier (and warmer) gilets which are about 25-300mm thick so think of it as a slender, lightweight and much more versatile layer for year-round use rather than a more cumbersome layer for heading off up into snowy mountains.

It is true to size. I'm a 12 and have versions in the size 10 and 12. The size 10 provides a closer fit but fits comfortably over a shirt or microfleece or beneath a thicker fleece. My size 12 fits comfortably over a fleece or wool jumper.

It can also be hand-washed and giving it a short tumble dry replenishes the loft in the down filling.

In summary the Rab Microlight is a superior quality gilet filled with pure down and finished to a high standard. It's not a cheap purchase but it's one which is made to last and provide good value for money over the years to come. A well-deserved 5-star rating.


2015 Latest Version! Ultra-Bright High Power CREE LED Headlamp Flashlight Torch with 2000mAh Lithium Rechargeable Battery--- 297% Longer Battery Life! Adjustable White, Red, and Strobe Light Ideal for Camping, Running, Hunting, Reading, Fishing and Other Outdoor Activities or Indoor Needs
2015 Latest Version! Ultra-Bright High Power CREE LED Headlamp Flashlight Torch with 2000mAh Lithium Rechargeable Battery--- 297% Longer Battery Life! Adjustable White, Red, and Strobe Light Ideal for Camping, Running, Hunting, Reading, Fishing and Other Outdoor Activities or Indoor Needs

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Bright, effective and comfortable rechargeable CREE LED headtorch, 17 Feb. 2015
As a regular user of CREE LED torches and head torches which I use daily (or nightly), I was delighted to be offered the opportunity to review this for just £1 in exchange for a fair, honest and unbiased review.

The torch feels chunky and substantial with its sturdy plastic construction and the highly adjustable, quality elastic headband fits well and is comfortable to wear. The torch can be tilted downwards to illuminate the pathway or road ahead which is useful on rough ground or for cycling or it can or shine directly ahead.

The light has three white floodlight modes via a central CREE chip: full power (120 lumen), medium (50 lumen) and low at 4 lumens. I live on a dark, unlit lane and use the lamp on full power at night and find it very effective. The 4 lumen light is low and more suited to improving your own visibility and being seen rather than for finding your way in the dark. In addition there are two white side light SMD-LED modes - on and strobe plus a red night vision mode.

Switching between modes requires a knack: From switching it on to illuminate the bright central floodlight, the top button must be pressed and held for 3 seconds to access the medium and low modes. The next mode activates the two white LED side lights. Next, after switching it off, it the power button is held for 3 seconds, then this activates the red 'night vision' mode. It sounds complicated and it takes a while to memorise, but it does work. A series of illustrations are supplied but it's easier to work out the sequence via trial and error.

Battery life seems good and the lamp recharges via USB using the supplied connection lead. Due the charging socket being recessed, a standard micro USB lead doesn't fit and it requires a longer plug fitting - so remember to take the lead if you're going away.

This is a good product, well designed, practical and functional. My only quibble would be the price. CREE and SMD LEDs are not expensive and vastly more powerful CREE headtorches are available for half the price of this and I feel that at the current price of £19.99 it is overpriced.


2015 Latest Version! Ultra-Bright High Power CREE LED Headlamp Flashlight Torch with 2000mAh Lithium Rechargeable Battery--- 297% Longer Battery Life! Adjustable White, Red, and Strobe Light Ideal for Camping, Running, Hunting, Reading, Fishing and Other Outdoor Activities
2015 Latest Version! Ultra-Bright High Power CREE LED Headlamp Flashlight Torch with 2000mAh Lithium Rechargeable Battery--- 297% Longer Battery Life! Adjustable White, Red, and Strobe Light Ideal for Camping, Running, Hunting, Reading, Fishing and Other Outdoor Activities

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Bright, comfortable and effective rechargeable CREE LED headtorch, 17 Feb. 2015
As a regular user of CREE LED torches and head torches which I use daily (or nightly), I was delighted to be offered the opportunity to review this for just £1 in exchange for a fair, honest and unbiased review.

The torch feels chunky and substantial with its sturdy plastic construction and the highly adjustable, quality elastic headband fits well and is comfortable to wear. The torch can be tilted downwards to illuminate the pathway or road ahead which is useful on rough ground or for cycling or it can or shine directly ahead.

The light has three white floodlight modes via a central CREE chip: full power (120 lumen), medium (50 lumen) and low at 4 lumens. I live on a dark, unlit lane and use the lamp on full power at night and find it very effective. The 4 lumen light is low and more suited to improving your own visibility and being seen rather than for finding your way in the dark. In addition there are two white side light SMD-LED modes - on and strobe plus a red night vision mode.

Switching between modes requires a knack: From switching it on to illuminate the bright central floodlight, the top button must be pressed and held for 3 seconds to access the medium and low modes. The next mode activates the two white LED side lights. Next, after switching it off, it the power button is held for 3 seconds, then this activates the red 'night vision' mode. It sounds complicated and it takes a while to memorise, but it does work. A series of illustrations are supplied but it's easier to work out the sequence via trial and error.

Battery life seems good and the lamp recharges via USB using the supplied connection lead. Due the charging socket being recessed, a standard micro USB lead doesn't fit and it requires a longer plug fitting - so remember to take the lead if you're going away.

This is a good product, well designed, practical and functional. My only quibble would be the price. CREE and SMD LEDs are not expensive and vastly more powerful CREE headtorches are available for half the price of this and I feel that at the current price of £19.99 it is overpriced.


Ultra-Bright High Power CREE LED Headlamp Flashlight Torch with 2000mAh Lithium Rechargeable Battery--- 297% Longer Battery Life! - Fully Water Resistant - Adjustable Design - White, Red, and Strobe Light Ideal for Biking, Camping, Climbing, Hiking, Running, Hunting, Reading, Fishing and Other Outdoor Activities
Ultra-Bright High Power CREE LED Headlamp Flashlight Torch with 2000mAh Lithium Rechargeable Battery--- 297% Longer Battery Life! - Fully Water Resistant - Adjustable Design - White, Red, and Strobe Light Ideal for Biking, Camping, Climbing, Hiking, Running, Hunting, Reading, Fishing and Other Outdoor Activities

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Bright, comfortable and very effective rechargeable CREE LED headtorch, 17 Feb. 2015
As a regular user of CREE LED torches and head torches which I use daily (or nightly), I was delighted to be offered the opportunity to review this for just £1 in exchange for a fair, honest and unbiased review.

The torch feels chunky and substantial with its sturdy plastic construction and the highly adjustable, quality elastic headband fits well and is comfortable to wear. The torch can be tilted downwards to illuminate the pathway or road ahead which is useful on rough ground or for cycling or it can or shine directly ahead.

The light has three white floodlight modes via a central CREE chip: full power (120 lumen), medium (50 lumen) and low at 4 lumens. I live on a dark, unlit lane and use the lamp on full power at night and find it very effective. The 4 lumen light is low and more suited to improving your own visibility and being seen rather than for finding your way in the dark. In addition there are two white side light SMD-LED modes - on and strobe plus a red night vision mode.

Switching between modes requires a knack: From switching it on to illuminate the bright central floodlight, the top button must be pressed and held for 3 seconds to access the medium and low modes. The next mode activates the two white LED side lights. Next, after switching it off, it the power button is held for 3 seconds, then this activates the red 'night vision' mode. It sounds complicated and it takes a while to memorise, but it does work. A series of illustrations are supplied but it's easier to work out the sequence via trial and error.

Battery life seems good and the lamp recharges via USB using the supplied connection lead. Due the charging socket being recessed, a standard micro USB lead doesn't fit and it requires a longer plug fitting - so remember to take the lead if you're going away.

This is a good product, well designed, practical and functional. My only quibble would be the price. CREE and SMD LEDs are not expensive and vastly more powerful CREE headtorches are available for half the price of this and I feel that at the current price of £19.99 it is overpriced.


Ultra-Bright High Power CREE LED Headlamp Flashlight Torch with 2000mAh Lithium Rechargeable Battery--- 297% Longer Battery Life! - Fully Water Resistant - Adjustable Design - White, Red, and Strobe Light Ideal for Biking, Camping, Climbing, Hiking, Running, Hunting, Reading, Fishing and Other Outdoor Activities Blue
Ultra-Bright High Power CREE LED Headlamp Flashlight Torch with 2000mAh Lithium Rechargeable Battery--- 297% Longer Battery Life! - Fully Water Resistant - Adjustable Design - White, Red, and Strobe Light Ideal for Biking, Camping, Climbing, Hiking, Running, Hunting, Reading, Fishing and Other Outdoor Activities Blue
Offered by Sunix Direct
Price: £19.97

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Bright, effective and very comfortable rechargeable CREE LED headtorch, 17 Feb. 2015
As a regular user of CREE LED torches and head torches which I use daily (or nightly), I was delighted to be offered the opportunity to review this for just £1 in exchange for a fair, honest and unbiased review.

The torch feels chunky and substantial with its sturdy plastic construction and the highly adjustable, quality elastic headband fits well and is comfortable to wear. The torch can be tilted downwards to illuminate the pathway or road ahead which is useful on rough ground or for cycling or it can or shine directly ahead.

The light has three white floodlight modes via a central CREE chip: full power (120 lumen), medium (50 lumen) and low at 4 lumens. I live on a dark, unlit lane and use the lamp on full power at night and find it very effective. The 4 lumen light is low and more suited to improving your own visibility and being seen rather than for finding your way in the dark. In addition there are two white side light SMD-LED modes - on and strobe plus a red night vision mode.

Switching between modes requires a knack: From switching it on to illuminate the bright central floodlight, the top button must be pressed and held for 3 seconds to access the medium and low modes. The next mode activates the two white LED side lights. Next, after switching it off, it the power button is held for 3 seconds, then this activates the red 'night vision' mode. It sounds complicated and it takes a while to memorise, but it does work. A series of illustrations are supplied but it's easier to work out the sequence via trial and error.

Battery life seems good and the lamp recharges via USB using the supplied connection lead. Due the charging socket being recessed, a standard micro USB lead doesn't fit and it requires a longer plug fitting - so remember to take the lead if you're going away.

This is a good product, well designed, practical and functional. My only quibble would be the price. CREE and SMD LEDs are not expensive and vastly more powerful CREE headtorches are available for half the price of this and I feel that at the current price of £19.99 it is overpriced.


Ultra-Bright High Power CREE LED Headlamp Flashlight Torch with 2000mAh Lithium Rechargeable Battery--- 297% Longer Battery Life! Adjustable White, Red, and Strobe Light Ideal for Camping, Running, Hunting, Reading, Fishing and Other Outdoor Activities or Indoor Needs Orange
Ultra-Bright High Power CREE LED Headlamp Flashlight Torch with 2000mAh Lithium Rechargeable Battery--- 297% Longer Battery Life! Adjustable White, Red, and Strobe Light Ideal for Camping, Running, Hunting, Reading, Fishing and Other Outdoor Activities or Indoor Needs Orange
Offered by Sunix Direct
Price: £19.97

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Bright, effective and comfortable rechargeable CREE LED headtorch, 17 Feb. 2015
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As a regular user of CREE LED torches and head torches which I use daily (or nightly), I was delighted to be offered the opportunity to review this for just £1 in exchange for a fair, honest and unbiased review.

The torch feels chunky and substantial with its sturdy plastic construction and the highly adjustable, quality elastic headband fits well and is comfortable to wear. The torch can be tilted downwards to illuminate the pathway or road ahead which is useful on rough ground or for cycling or it can or shine directly ahead.

The light has three white floodlight modes via a central CREE chip: full power (120 lumen), medium (50 lumen) and low at 4 lumens. I live on a dark, unlit lane and use the lamp on full power at night and find it very effective. The 4 lumen light is low and more suited to improving your own visibility and being seen rather than for finding your way in the dark. In addition there are two white side light SMD-LED modes - on and strobe plus a red night vision mode.

Switching between modes requires a knack: From switching it on to illuminate the bright central floodlight, the top button must be pressed and held for 3 seconds to access the medium and low modes. The next mode activates the two white LED side lights. Next, after switching it off, it the power button is held for 3 seconds, then this activates the red 'night vision' mode. It sounds complicated and it takes a while to memorise, but it does work. A series of illustrations are supplied but it's easier to work out the sequence via trial and error.

Battery life seems good and the lamp recharges via USB using the supplied connection lead. Due the charging socket being recessed, a standard micro USB lead doesn't fit and it requires a longer plug fitting - so remember to take the lead if you're going away.

This is a good product, well designed, practical and functional. My only quibble would be the price. CREE and SMD LEDs are not expensive and vastly more powerful CREE headtorches are available for half the price of this and I feel that at the current price of £19.99 it is overpriced.


Pathfinder Pembrokeshire & Carmarthenshire (Pathfinder Guides)
Pathfinder Pembrokeshire & Carmarthenshire (Pathfinder Guides)
by Tom Hutton
Edition: Paperback
Price: £11.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant range of walks - essential for enjoying the best routes in the Pembrokeshire (and Carmarthenshire) area, 17 Feb. 2015
As a keen walker and regular visitor to the Pembrokeshire area, I was very keen to accept the invitation from Pathfinder Guides to review their range of walking guides. I already know the area and its footpaths well and am familiar with Pathfinder Guides which I have already been using for years - but there can be routes I've missed and I'm always keen to find new paths.

The book includes 28 walks of varying difficulty starting with an easy 2 mile route around Carew Castle followed by a similarly easy 2 mile walk in Manorbier which also includes a section of the stunning Pembrokeshire Coastal Path with rugged, scenic views throughout its length. As the book progresses, the routes become longer and a little more challenging through the last featured walk along the Preseli Range which, with its exposed hillsides and climbs, couldn't be more different to the early routes. However, the 'At a Glance' summary of each walk at the beginning of the book summarises the distance, time and height gain along each route so there will be no suprises (or shocks) along the way.

All of the routes are clearly defined with clear directions, illustrated maps and enticing photography to both ensure walkers are able to follow routes easily but are also inspired to tackle each route to see the features of each, whether a remote lighthouse, craggy coastline or stunning view, there is something for everyone with these routes along with interesting facts about the area along the way.

For anyone either lucky enough to live in the Pembrokeshire/Carmarthen area or just visiting to enjoy it for a short while, this is an excellent book to help you enjoy some of the best the area has to offer and it is suited to all levels of ability from a gentle afternoon stroll to a full day's coastal path or more challenging walk for the more active walker.

A highly recommended book for all.


Short Walks New Forest National Park: Twenty splendid short country walks in the New Forest National Park
Short Walks New Forest National Park: Twenty splendid short country walks in the New Forest National Park
by Crimson Publishing
Edition: Paperback
Price: £7.99

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Easy and enjoyable walks for everyone with good descriptions and clear maps, 17 Feb. 2015
s a keen walker and regular visitor to the New Forest, I was very keen to accept the invitation from Pathfinder Guides to review their range of local walking guides.

The emphasis on this book is shorter walks aimed at 'non-walkers', ie families, couples or anyone who fancies a stroll in the New Forest and its outskirts from Fordingbridge to Ringwood and Lepe areas.

The walks are undoubtedly varied including a mix of woodland and forestry, coastal and sea wall paths, bridlepaths, open heathland, nature reserves, and incorporate a good mix of nature and wildlife alongside industrial and wartime heritage and an Iron Age hillfort at Buckland Rings.

The book is laid out well with walks grouped by distance of easy walks of just 1 hour duration up to 3.5 miles, 3.5-5 mile slightly longer walks and 5 miles. As most of the area is fairly flat there are no steep ascents making them suitable for all casual walkers out to enjoy exploring the area rather than facing an arduous or strenuous hike. All of the routes are easily identified by a colour tab for quick reference and they can be selected from a map of the area followed by an 'at a glance' summary page of each route listing distance, time, parking, facilities (including ice creams!) plus a short description of each.

The routes are clearly described with clear maps, landmarks along the way, attractive photography plus observation questions for children to develop and maintain their interest. I am familiar with some of the routes and found them clearly described. Other routes are new to me and they have inspired me to look forward to trying them out during the year.

For anyone either lucky enough to live in the New Forest area or just visiting to enjoy it for a short while, this is an excellent book to help casual walkers enjoy some of the best the area has to offer and it is suited to non-walkers seeking a gentle stroll without any unplanned challenges or unexpected steep hills. At 18x11.5cm and a mere 160g in weight, this is a convenient size to carry in a pocket or bag - no heavy-duty rucksacks are needed on these routes!

A highly recommended book for non-serious walkers who want to enjoy a stroll in the New Forest and learning a little about its past while doing so.


ProntoTec Axius Series Q9S 7 Inch Quad Core Android 4.4 KitKat Tablet PC, 1024 x 600 Pixels Cortex A8 Processor, 8GB ROM, Dual Camera, G-Sensor, Google Play Pre-loaded (White)
ProntoTec Axius Series Q9S 7 Inch Quad Core Android 4.4 KitKat Tablet PC, 1024 x 600 Pixels Cortex A8 Processor, 8GB ROM, Dual Camera, G-Sensor, Google Play Pre-loaded (White)
Offered by Citus Co.
Price: £43.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Impressive performance, excellent value for money and the fastest 5-second start-up time of any tablet I've ever used, 13 Feb. 2015
Length:: 6:50 Mins

I received this little tablet as a sample in exchange for a fair and honest review and no attempt was made by the company to influence the content of my review.

This is a budget tablet which offers far more than you might expect for such a low price. Those with their top-of-the-range iPads or ultra-expensive `top-brand' tablets may well snigger but in terms of sheer value for money, these budget tablets offer surprisingly good performance at a surprisingly low price.

It arrived neatly presented in an attractive presentation box carefully packed in an anti-static wallet packed onto a foam-backed recess in the box and was supplied with a mains charger, USB cable and, very pleasingly, a screen protector. I am always pleased to see these because screens can be so easily damaged and this allows for it to be protected from the outset. A most thoughtful gesture.

It is very similar to the DragonTouch tablet I reviewed earlier and found to be excellent but there are some notable differences, the main one being the near-instant start-up of the Pronto-tec tablet. The Pronto-tec has the option of `Quick Boot Mode' next time at power off and this makes for an incredibly fast start-up time of just 5 seconds to the unlock screen versus 38 seconds for the DragonTouch. This makes it the fastest-tablet, phone or phablet I have ever used. Can the 'top brands' beat this?

Build quality is good and it feels firm and solid. The casing measures 180 x 118 mm and it is very slim at just 11mm thick. The display measures 17cm diagonally and at 1024x600, the resolution is good but there is some reflectivity on the screen. However, this does not affect the display itself and I found it very easy to read with good, clear images and accurate colour reproduction. It doesn't match the best Samsung or Sony screens but at a fraction of the price, I could not expect it to. Performance-wise, the screen is very responsive for typing, pinching in/out to zoom and scrolling is very smooth.

Set up is easy. The tablet instantly found and connected to our own home wifi and public wifi hotspots and even connected to weak signals which my netbook couldn't even detect. Thanks to having a Google account with all my bookmarks, passwords and settings stored, I could simply download Google Chrome and everything was there already sync'd and set up. It couldn't be easier and gone are those days of having to import data, favourites etc and spend hours on setting up.

The included email program is excellent. On all previous tablets and phones, I have always downloaded MS Outlook and Gmail but there really is no need with this Pronto-tec and, for the first time, I have been using this as my sole email program since the tablet arrived and have no quibbles at all. Syncing works perfectly and I receive notifications of each email.

Performance is undeniably good. Quite apart from the potentially record-breaking 5 second start-up, surfing speeds are good and, unlike my Samsung smartphone costing four or five times as much as this tablet, I found there was no lag or staring at a blank screen waiting for a program to load. I multi-task and found I could use Facebook, email and surf the net with several Chrome tabs open without any impact on performance. I must also add that I tested this with a slow 1mb broadband connection so I am not gaining the full potential of this tablet. However, comparing it with my PC and netbook, I found it consistently out-performed my netbook putting it to shame while nearly matching the performance of my £700 PC.

I use the netbook mostly for web surfing, internet and Facebook but also tested its music and video playback. As expected of any tablet/phone/laptop with such tiny speakers, the sound can be tinny but there is the benefit of a 3.5mm jack socket output which can be used to connect the tablet to external speaker/s to produce a much improved audio experience both in terms of volume and audio quality. Unfortunately there is no bluetooth so I couldn't test it with a bluetooth speaker, but at this price point, bluetooth is not something I would expect. As for video, playback was smooth with no stuttering. Similarly, YouTube videos played well, even on our 1mb broadband line.

Battery life has proven surprisingly good with 64% still remaining after 5hours use on wifi. There was one sudden crash when power was inexplicably lost but this wasn't repeated.

I have found only one weakness with this tablet, and like all the budget tablets I have used, the camera fails miserably. It is a mere 0.3mpx both front and rear which is woefully inadequate for anyone planning to use the camera to take photographs. It can produce a few muddy shots suitable for upload to Facebook but they are of a poor quality and the same applies to video. Surprisingly there are some unexpected features, eg time lapse, white balance and a panorama mode but at 0.3mpx with a fixed focus lens, they're not going to make much difference. I am a keen amateur photographer so a camera is important to be along with the need to upload photos either for sharing or Cloud backup storage, but I've worked a way around the issue of the poor camera - I continue to always carry a small compact but now use a micro SD card then insert it into the tablet and use the tablet to upload to Facebook and Cloud storage instead and it's a system which works perfectly. For quick snaps or a chat with friends on Skype then it's potentially passable, at best. However, to put the camera performance into perspective, most people buying a budget tablet would not be looking for top-end performance.

Although not crammed with unnecessary bloatware, I found the hard drive memory/storage to be lacking. After downloading Facebook, Amazon Cloud (for photo uploads), BBC weather and Chrome browser, all of which apart from Chrome were stored on the internal SD card, along with a clean cache, I found I couldn't download any further apps without an error message informing me I had `insufficient memory available on the device'. This included an inability to download and install 8mb McAfee Mobile Internet Security which I found both surprising and disappointing - and has cost the tablet the 5th star I would have awarded. Looking through all the apps, none of those remaining could be moved to the internal SD card. Total internal storage is stated at 0.98GB but 0.88GB is now occupied by apps leaving only 95mb free although 4.6GB remain on the internal SD card for storage photos, music, videos etc and there's a further external micro SD expansion slot - but not for storing apps. For anyone wanting to download lots of apps, this limited storage is something to bear in mind.

For anyone looking for a good, basic, easy to use tablet running Android 4.4.2 KitKat then this is going to take some beating. For surfing, email, playing music, watching videos or for use as an e-reader then it offers impressive performance and represents excellent value for money. I could also see a market for it for children or as a 'spare' tablet and, should it ever be lost, dropped or stolen then it is affordable to replace.


Travel Money Belt for Women and Men: Ideal Undercover Waist Wallet to Secure Money Credit Cards Tickets Mobile Phones Passport while travelling - Best Quality UK Pouch
Travel Money Belt for Women and Men: Ideal Undercover Waist Wallet to Secure Money Credit Cards Tickets Mobile Phones Passport while travelling - Best Quality UK Pouch
Offered by Grabbits
Price: £17.00

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lightweight, comfortable money belt with a very secret rear compartment, 8 Feb. 2015
This is probably the best travel money belt I've used.

It's a deep beige colour, made from a lightweight ripstop polyester with a small velcro-fastening pocket to the front beside a larger zip-topped pocket. Behind this is a full-length zip-top pocket but, best of all and discreetly tucked away, is a further secret pocket on the rear which can only be discovered if the belt is removed. It can only be accessed via a few fingers so there is absolutely no danger of pickpockets being able to help themselves to the contents and it's ideal for hiding money notes.

The belt is very well made and nicely finished throughout. It is lightweight and comfortable to wear either under or over clothing and has a fully-adjustable elastic belt secured via a click-lock fastener. Add to this the reassurance of a lifetime warranty if it's registered within 14 days of purchase and you really cannot go wrong - and all at a very reasonable price too.


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