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Terrapin TPU Gel Skin Case for iPhone 5S - Solid Black
Terrapin TPU Gel Skin Case for iPhone 5S - Solid Black
Offered by Terrapin Accessories
Price: £1.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent product, used for over a year, 24 Nov. 2014
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Excellent product, used for over a year, protected my phone from various small drops from standing height with no damage.


AmazonBasics Holster Camera Case for DSLR Cameras Black
AmazonBasics Holster Camera Case for DSLR Cameras Black
Price: £14.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Great product, good quality, 24 Nov. 2014
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Great product, good quality, flexible inside for different sized cameras via re-arranging inner velcro strips.
Great value for the price


H & L Russel Vacuum Storage Bags with Gussets, Set of 2, 100 x 80 x 32 cm
H & L Russel Vacuum Storage Bags with Gussets, Set of 2, 100 x 80 x 32 cm
Offered by SelectiveGoods
Price: £6.50

2.0 out of 5 stars Not working well, 20 Jan. 2014
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Product looked OK, arrived swiftly, but from my experiences, after 2 uses from each bag, only once out of 4 attempts has the bag held it's vacuum.


Sky Is Too High [VINYL]
Sky Is Too High [VINYL]

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4.0 out of 5 stars Sublime solo debut for the shy one from Blur, 3 Nov. 2000
This review is from: Sky Is Too High [VINYL] (Vinyl)
Released on his on label, quiet Graham Coxon produced, and played all the instruments on a sublime collection of mainly down tempo numbers, which will please any fans of his guitar work. My favourite is 'I Wish' a building stormer of a guitar number, a harder edge than some tracks. The melodious openers 'Where'd you go' and 'All I wanna do' are enticing to the indie/alternative fan who will appreciate Coxon's superior musicianship, and by the end of the album he really lets rip on 'Who the f***?'.


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