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Galt Toys Nursery Trampoline
Galt Toys Nursery Trampoline
Price: £36.28

3.0 out of 5 stars Quite a nice kid's trampoline - just a shame it's such a nightmare to assemble..., 21 Oct 2014
This review is from: Galt Toys Nursery Trampoline (Toy)
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
Length:: 2:56 Mins

The Galt Nursery Trampoline is a small indoor use trampoline that's designed for young children from 12 months old to around 24 - 36 months old. That said, the trampoline can take up to a maximum weight of around 20kg which is around the average weight of a five-year-old.

The first thing that needs to be said about the trampoline is that assembly is pretty darn tricky. The instructions and product listing both state that two people are required. To be honest, this isn't 100% true - but certainly makes the ordeal somewhat easier (although it's still a pain in the proverbial...). However, where the real annoyance in the assembly lies is in screwing the trampoline's circular frame sections together. The holes in these sections are VERY poorly drilled, with a number of the holes barely aligning and the included screws struggling to go in without being completely threaded.

However, once that veritable nightmare has passed (no doubt with a certain amount of under-the-breath cursing), the trampoline is in fact a pretty good product. The frame seems pretty strong and sturdy (although we never managed to completely screw in the last screw). There's plenty of tension keeping it together and keeping the matt suitably taught. In fact, once fully assembled I'd have to say that it's really quite a nice thing for your young kids to play on.

If it wasn't for the previously mentioned poor construction / assembly of the trampoline then I'd certainly be inclined to rate the product much higher. However, because of the hassle with putting the thing together, I feel I have to mark it down accordingly...


Charles Wilson Men's Button Neck Classic Wool Blend Jumper
Charles Wilson Men's Button Neck Classic Wool Blend Jumper
Offered by Charles Wilson Clothing
Price: £14.95 - £24.95

5.0 out of 5 stars A good quality casual jumper that's very warm and comfy to wear..., 12 Oct 2014
Length:: 1:40 Mins

The Charles Wilson Button Neck Classic Wool Blend Jumper is a casual piece of men's knitwear that has the colder winter months in mind.

The overall quality of the item is noticeably of a good standard. Made from 15% wool and 85% manmade acrylic fibre, the jumper has a thick, cosy and very warm feel to it without having an 'inside layer' which would otherwise prevent your body from being able to 'breathe' through the garment.

Size-wise, I'm generally a medium-to-large size, with a chest measurement of 42" and sleeve length of 34". This equates to an XL size in the Charles Wilson clothing range. And to be fair, in size XL, the jumper fits pretty much perfectly.

When being worn, the jumper feels relatively lightweight but warm and comfortable but still with a cosy 'winter jumper' feel to it. The jumper offers an excellent arm length, with sleeve ends that can either be rolled-up or left rolled-down. The collar is considerably thicker that the rest of the garment, giving added warmth around the double-thick neckline. The majority of the jumper feels relatively loose (but not overly baggy) and slightly snug around the neckline (when all three buttons are done-up) as well as around the underarms.

However, what's particularly nice about this particular jumper is how you can have the buttons on the collar left undone allowing for a very loose collar-line but still looking stylish. In fact, my wife has taken to wearing the jumper with the collar buttons undone, making for a loose around-the-house comfortable winter jumper for her.

Due to it being a single-layered knit and not having any inner lining etc, the jumper is quite stretchy, meaning it will no doubt suit and accommodate a fairly broad spectrum of body shapes and sizes.

Style-wise, the jumper actually suits a whole range of ages and looks, incorporating quite a classical design which looks good on men from later teens upwards. Personally, I find it perfect for wearing on a 'dress-down-day' in the office.

The included video is of the Cha Charles Wilson Button Neck Classic Wool Blend Jumper in Burgundy Marl at XL size.

PLEASE NOTE - This product was supplied to me for free for a 100% unbiased review.


Charles Wilson Full Zip Cotton Jumper
Charles Wilson Full Zip Cotton Jumper
Offered by Charles Wilson Clothing
Price: £17.95 - £27.95

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A good quality cardigan-cum-jumper that's both warm and very comfy..., 12 Oct 2014
Length:: 1:43 Mins

The Charles Wilson Full Zip Cotton Jumper is a casual piece of men's knitwear that has the colder winter months in mind.

The overall quality of the item is noticeably of a good standard. Made from 100% thick cotton, the jumper has a thick and warm feel to it without having an 'inside layer' which would otherwise prevent your body from being able to 'breathe' through the garment.

Size-wise, I'm generally a medium-to-large size, with a chest measurement of 42" and sleeve length of 34". This equates to an XL size in the Charles Wilson clothing range. And to be fair, in size XL, the jumper fits pretty much perfectly.

When being worn, the jumper feels relatively lightweight but warm and comfortable. The jumper offers an excellent arm length, with sleeve ends that can either be rolled-up or left rolled-down. The collar is considerably thicker that the rest of the garment, giving added warmth around the neckline. The majority of the jumper feels relatively loose (but not overly baggy) and slightly snug around the neckline (when fully zipped-up) and underarms.

However, having the full zip down the front of the garment allows the wearer to choose exactly how 'loose' the cardigan-cum-jumper is worn. In fact, if left completely open, the jumper doubles-up as a casual light-wear jacket that good for wearing around the house or on moderate autumn evenings.

Due to it being made from 100% cotton without any inner lining etc, the jumper is quite stretchy, meaning it will no doubt suit and accommodate a fairly broad spectrum of body shapes and sizes.

Style-wise, the jumper actually suits a whole range of ages and looks, incorporating quite a classical design which looks good on men from later teens upwards. Personally, I find it perfect for wearing on a 'dress-down-day' in the office.

The included video is of the Charles Wilson Full Zip Cotton Jumper in Grey at XL size.

PLEASE NOTE - This product was supplied to me for free for a 100% unbiased review.


Charles Wilson Men's Button Neck Cotton Jumper with Chambray Placket
Charles Wilson Men's Button Neck Cotton Jumper with Chambray Placket
Offered by Charles Wilson Clothing
Price: £14.95 - £24.95

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A good quality casual jumper that offers warmth and comfort for the winter period..., 12 Oct 2014
Length:: 1:44 Mins

The Charles Wilson Button Neck Cotton Jumper with Chambray Placket is a casual piece of men's knitwear that has the colder winter months in mind.

The overall quality of the item is noticeably of a good standard. Made from 100% thick cotton, the jumper has a thick and warm feel to it without having an 'inside layer' which would otherwise prevent your body from being able to 'breathe' through the garment.

Size-wise, I'm generally a medium-to-large size, with a chest measurement of 42" and sleeve length of 34". This equates to an XL size in the Charles Wilson clothing range. And to be fair, in size XL, the jumper fits pretty much perfectly.

When being worn, the jumper feels relatively lightweight but warm and comfortable. The jumper offers an excellent arm length, with sleeve ends that can either be rolled-up or left rolled-down. The collar is considerably thicker that the rest of the garment, giving added warmth around the neckline. The majority of the jumper feels relatively loose (but not overly baggy) and slightly snug around the neckline and underarms. In fact, the button up collar offers a very nice, snug fit around the neck to keep out the winter chill. Ensuring a strong hold to the buttons, there's a thin (denim looking) cotton placket that provides added strength and support to the button-and-hole area.

Due to it being made from 100% cotton without any inner lining etc, the jumper is quite stretchy, meaning it will no doubt suit and accommodate a fairly broad spectrum of body shapes and sizes.

What's particularly nice about the jumper is that it's not too thick to wear a coat over the top of it. In fact, during those (often quite bitter) British winter months, it makes an ideal layer to have on underneath a waterproof winter coat.

Style-wise, the jumper actually suits a whole range of ages and looks, incorporating quite a classical design which looks good on men from later teens upwards. Personally, I find it perfect for wearing on a 'dress-down-day' in the office.

The included video is of the Charles Wilson Button Neck Cotton Jumper with Chambray Placket in Navy at XL size.

PLEASE NOTE - This product was supplied to me for free for a 100% unbiased review.


Charles Wilson Zip Neck Cotton Jumper
Charles Wilson Zip Neck Cotton Jumper
Offered by Charles Wilson Clothing
Price: £17.95 - £26.95

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A good quality and stylish casual jumper that's very comfy to wear..., 12 Oct 2014
Length:: 1:42 Mins

The Charles Wilson Zip-Neck Cotton Jumper is a casual piece of men's knitwear that has the colder winter months in mind.

The overall quality of the item is noticeably of a good standard. Made from 100% thick cotton, the jumper has a thick and warm feel to it without having an 'inside layer' which would otherwise prevent your body from being able to 'breathe' through the garment.

Size-wise, I'm generally a medium-to-large size, with a chest measurement of 42" and sleeve length of 34". This equates to an XL size in the Charles Wilson clothing range. And to be fair, in size XL, the jumper fits pretty much perfectly.

When being worn, the jumper feels relatively lightweight but warm and comfortable. The jumper offers an excellent arm length, with sleeve ends that can either be rolled-up or left rolled-down. The collar is considerably thicker that the rest of the garment, giving added warmth around the neckline. The majority of the jumper feels relatively loose (but not overly baggy) and slightly snug around the neckline and underarms.

Due to it being made from 100% cotton without any inner lining etc, the jumper is quite stretchy, meaning it will no doubt suit and accommodate a fairly broad spectrum of body shapes and sizes.

What's particularly nice about the jumper is that it's not too thick to wear a coat over the top of it. In fact, during those (often quite bitter) British winter months, it makes an ideal layer to have on underneath a waterproof winter coat.

Style-wise, the jumper actually suits a whole range of ages and looks, incorporating quite a classical design which looks good on men from later teens upwards. Personally, I find it perfect for wearing on a 'dress-down-day' in the office.

The included video is of the Charles Wilson Zip-Neck Cotton Jumper in Black at XL size.

PLEASE NOTE - This product was supplied to me for free for a 100% unbiased review.


LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra XDi Learning Tablet (Green)
LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra XDi Learning Tablet (Green)
Price: £75.00

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The best LeapPad tablet to date!, 5 Oct 2014
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
The LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra XDi Learning Tablet is pretty similar to the previous LeapPad Explorer models with a few upgrades and/or nicer features.

The first and most noticeable difference is with the large 7 inch touch-sensitive screen. The previous model (the LeapPad 2) had a 5 inch screen. This much larger size screen allows for more apps per page, larger pictures for your kids to draw and more involved gaming / animated storybooks. In fact, having already owned a couple LeapPad 2’s, we’ve found that the larger size screen on the new Ultra XDi really does enhance the tablet tenfold.

Secondly, compared with the previous model, the external casing on the new LeapPad XDi feels much more solid and hardwearing, with a built-in shock absorbing design that protects the tablet a heck of a lot better than the old one had. Indeed, we had to buy a further protective sleeve for the old LeapPads in order to protect them against drops, knocks and bangs. This isn’t necessary for the new ones as they can withstand this sort of everyday punishment at the hands of kids.

This new LeapPad Ultra also includes a built-in rechargeable battery allowing you to easily recharge the LeapPad by simply plugging it into the mains etc. The previous models required batteries to be inserted into the back, which was always a hassle when you had a protective sleeve on the LeapPad. This new in-built battery is by-far-and-away better.

Another key feature to this new LeapPad is with the added bonus of Wi-Fi ‘kids safe’ internet access. This is into a protected and closed internet environment which allows kids to search (very limited) online content without the worry of stumbling across anything that’s inappropriate.

For those that are not already familiar with the LeapPad style tablets, basically they’re a learning tablet that are aimed at children from three years old all the way up to around nine years old.

Whilst charging the LeapPad up you can set-up your account and choose your free Apps to download and install. To be fair, this was an absolute doddle to do. Just go online to the official LeapPad website, follow the online procedures to link up a PC/laptop to the tablet, and after following all the steps which will take about 10-15mins, you'll be ready to go.

Once my wife and I had downloaded our four freebie Apps, we then perused the numerous other apps that are available to buy for the LeapPads. Flicking through the various pages of Apps available shows just how big of a choice there is. But wow!!! Some of them are a little on the pricey side. I strongly recommend that you go onto the Leapfrog website, go to the App Centre, and have a look at the various Apps and prices BEFORE purchasing the LeapPad. Some of the games and 'Ultra eBooks' are the equivalent to modern console game prices - especially if they involve popular cartoon characters.

Anyway, once you're all set up, with your first Apps downloaded and ready to use, you'll find that the LeapPad Ultra XDi is incredibly easy to get familiar with and learn how to use. Each menu screen tells you what you can do, directing you through the App with a twee American voiceover that helps the child learn what to do at each stage.

The LeapPad Ultra XDi also has two built in cameras / video records, positioned on the front and back, allowing your little ones to snap off pictures of themselves as well as whatever's in front of them. With the various art and creative Apps available, your child can then play around with these pictures, incorporating their face into video settings and artwork.

The LeapPad Ultra XDi really is geared towards being educational and creative in a fun way. With the games on offer there's always a learning element attached to it, such as with spelling, counting, questions etc. Furthermore, the parents can also monitor their child's development with these games, with their online parent monitoring page which is installed onto your PC/laptop at the beginning.

To be honest, we expected the LeapPad Ultra XDi to be pretty good considering the various reviews and write-ups you can see across the net. Apart from the cost of the Apps, everyone seems to absolutely love the tablet. And both my wife and I 100% agree (as do our two kids). And what's really good about the tablet is that it can be enjoyed from three years old all the way up to nine years old - just by downloading more advanced Apps as your child gets older.


LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra XDi Learning Tablet (Pink)
LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra XDi Learning Tablet (Pink)
Price: £75.00

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The best LeapPad Tablet to date!, 5 Oct 2014
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
The LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra XDi Learning Tablet is pretty similar to the previous LeapPad Explorer models with a few upgrades and/or nicer features.

The first and most noticeable difference is with the large 7 inch touch-sensitive screen. The previous model (the LeapPad 2) had a 5 inch screen. This much larger size screen allows for more apps per page, larger pictures for your kids to draw and more involved gaming / animated storybooks. In fact, having already owned a couple LeapPad 2’s, we’ve found that the larger size screen on the new Ultra XDi really does enhance the tablet tenfold.

Secondly, compared with the previous model, the external casing on the new LeapPad XDi feels much more solid and hardwearing, with a built-in shock absorbing design that protects the tablet a heck of a lot better than the old one had. Indeed, we had to buy a further protective sleeve for the old LeapPads in order to protect them against drops, knocks and bangs. This isn’t necessary for the new ones as they can withstand this sort of everyday punishment at the hands of kids.

This new LeapPad Ultra also includes a built-in rechargeable battery allowing you to easily recharge the LeapPad by simply plugging it into the mains etc. The previous models required batteries to be inserted into the back, which was always a hassle when you had a protective sleeve on the LeapPad. This new in-built battery is by-far-and-away better.

Another key feature to this new LeapPad is with the added bonus of Wi-Fi ‘kids safe’ internet access. This is into a protected and closed internet environment which allows kids to search (very limited) online content without the worry of stumbling across anything that’s inappropriate.

For those that are not already familiar with the LeapPad style tablets, basically they’re a learning tablet that are aimed at children from three years old all the way up to around nine years old.

Whilst charging the LeapPad up you can set-up your account and choose your free Apps to download and install. To be fair, this was an absolute doddle to do. Just go online to the official LeapPad website, follow the online procedures to link up a PC/laptop to the tablet, and after following all the steps which will take about 10-15mins, you'll be ready to go.

Once my wife and I had downloaded our four freebie Apps, we then perused the numerous other apps that are available to buy for the LeapPads. Flicking through the various pages of Apps available shows just how big of a choice there is. But wow!!! Some of them are a little on the pricey side. I strongly recommend that you go onto the Leapfrog website, go to the App Centre, and have a look at the various Apps and prices BEFORE purchasing the LeapPad. Some of the games and 'Ultra eBooks' are the equivalent to modern console game prices - especially if they involve popular cartoon characters.

Anyway, once you're all set up, with your first Apps downloaded and ready to use, you'll find that the LeapPad Ultra XDi is incredibly easy to get familiar with and learn how to use. Each menu screen tells you what you can do, directing you through the App with a twee American voiceover that helps the child learn what to do at each stage.

The LeapPad Ultra XDi also has two built in cameras / video records, positioned on the front and back, allowing your little ones to snap off pictures of themselves as well as whatever's in front of them. With the various art and creative Apps available, your child can then play around with these pictures, incorporating their face into video settings and artwork.

The LeapPad Ultra XDi really is geared towards being educational and creative in a fun way. With the games on offer there's always a learning element attached to it, such as with spelling, counting, questions etc. Furthermore, the parents can also monitor their child's development with these games, with their online parent monitoring page which is installed onto your PC/laptop at the beginning.

To be honest, we expected the LeapPad Ultra XDi to be pretty good considering the various reviews and write-ups you can see across the net. Apart from the cost of the Apps, everyone seems to absolutely love the tablet. And both my wife and I 100% agree (as do our two kids). And what's really good about the tablet is that it can be enjoyed from three years old all the way up to nine years old - just by downloading more advanced Apps as your child gets older.


LeapFrog LeapPad 3 Learning Tablet (Green)
LeapFrog LeapPad 3 Learning Tablet (Green)
Price: £58.49

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A superb little learning tablet for kids aged 3 - 9 years old., 5 Oct 2014
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
The LeapFrog LeapPad 3 Learning Tablet is pretty similar to the previous LeapPad Explorer models with a few upgrades and/or nicer features.

Firstly, compared with the previous models, the external casing on the new LeapPad 3 is much more solid and hardwearing, with a built-in shock absorbing design that protects the tablet a heck of a lot better than the old one had. Indeed, we had to buy a further protective sleeve for the old LeapPads in order to protect them against drops, knocks and bangs. This isn’t necessary for the new ones as they can withstand this sort of everyday punishment at the hands of kids.

This new LeapPad 3 also includes a built-in rechargeable battery allowing you to easily recharge the LeapPad by simply plugging it into the mains etc. The previous models required batteries to be inserted into the back, which was always a hassle when you had a protective sleeve on the LeapPad. This new in-built battery is by-far-and-away better.

Another key feature to this new LeapPad 3 is with the added bonus of Wi-Fi ‘kids safe’ internet access. This is into a protected and closed internet environment which allows kids to search (very limited) online content without the worry of stumbling across anything that’s inappropriate. Furthermore, if you have more than one LeapPad 3, you can link them up and play select games peer-to-peer. This is absolutely great if you have twins (like us) or a couple of similar aged kids.

For those that are not already familiar with the LeapPad style tablets, basically they’re a learning tablet that are aimed at children from three years old all the way up to around nine years old.

Whilst charging the LeapPad up you can set-up your account and choose your free Apps to download and install. To be fair, this was an absolute doddle to do. Just go online to the official LeapPad website, follow the online procedures to link up a PC/laptop to the tablet, and after following all the steps which will take about 10-15mins, you'll be ready to go.

Once my wife and I had downloaded our four freebie Apps, we then perused the numerous other apps that are available to buy for the LeapPads. Flicking through the various pages of Apps available shows just how big of a choice there is. But wow!!! Some of them are a little on the pricey side. I strongly recommend that you go onto the Leapfrog website, go to the App Centre, and have a look at the various Apps and prices BEFORE purchasing the LeapPad. Some of the games and 'Ultra eBooks' are the equivalent to modern console game prices - especially if they involve popular cartoon characters.

Anyway, once you're all set up, with your first Apps downloaded and ready to use, you'll find that the LeapPad 3 is incredibly easy to get familiar with and learn how to use. Each menu screen tells you what you can do, directing you through the App with a twee American voiceover that helps the child learn what to do at each stage.

The LeapPad 3 also has two built in cameras / video records, positioned on the front and back, allowing your little ones to snap off pictures of themselves as well as whatever's in front of them. With the various art and creative Apps available, your child can then play around with these pictures, incorporating their face into video settings and artwork.

The LeapPad 3 really is geared towards being educational and creative in a fun way. With the games on offer there's always a learning element attached to it, such as with spelling, counting, questions etc. Furthermore, the parents can also monitor their child's development with these games, with their online parent monitoring page which is installed onto your PC/laptop at the beginning.

To be honest, we expected the LeapPad 3 to be pretty good considering the various reviews and write-ups you can see across the net. Apart from the cost of the Apps, everyone seems to absolutely love the tablet. And both my wife and I 100% agree (as do our two kids). And what's really good about the tablet is that it can be enjoyed from three years old all the way up to nine years old - just by downloading more advanced Apps as your child gets older.


Stanley STHT5-20211 20-inch/ 500mm Heavy Duty Saw (Pack of 5)
Stanley STHT5-20211 20-inch/ 500mm Heavy Duty Saw (Pack of 5)
Price: £38.62

5.0 out of 5 stars Five excellent, well-made and dependable saws..., 5 Oct 2014
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
Length:: 2:12 Mins

Here we have a pack of five identical 20" long (i.e. 500mm) quality Stanley wood saws. Why five identical saws you may ask? A fair question. The main reason would probably be that saws don't last forever. They become blunt, rusted, warped and unusable. Especially if shored in a shed, garage or regularly used out in the elements and not thoroughly cleaned with WD40 or similar afterwards. As such, modern saws need replacing every now and again (especially if you regularly use the saws to cut back living tree branches etc).

Being a Stanley saw, you know you'll be getting a quality product. In fact, even though the pricetag is so low, the saws really are tough, durable and can tolerate quite some beating. The saw blades are also particularly sturdy, allowing some flex but not encouraging an excessive amount through being too thin.

The saw's hard-plastic handle feels strong in your hand, whilst the black hardened rubber adds an element of comfort, meaning you're less likely to get blisters from a long session of sawing.

All in all five excellent, well-made and dependable saws.


Hot Wheels Super Looper Track Set
Hot Wheels Super Looper Track Set
Price: £25.00

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great fun but make sure you've got enough room..., 29 Sep 2014
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
The Hot Wheels Super Looper Track Set is a large circular track which is stuck to one of your walls, for toy 'Hot Wheels' cars to race around.

The first thing that needs to be said about this toy is that it's really quite big and it's stuck to a wall with sticky pads that are tricky to remove (i.e. it's becomes kind of a permanent feature). So first thing you have to do is choose which wall this track will stay glued to for the foreseeable future and then take some time to clear some serious wall-space for it.

Next you have the mammoth task of making it up. Given how long it took, I would perhaps advise making it up first before giving it to younger children, as they may get a little bored with the wait. There are A LOT of different sections and pieces and you'll want to take your time while you set it up otherwise the cars are likely to come off the track or not flow around it as smoothly as they should. Anyway, to give you an idea of the size of the track once it's fully set up - it's approximately 3ft tall and perhaps a little wider - which is pretty darn big and impressive-looking to the eyes of a four-year-old.

Once set up though, I have to say it's well worth the hard work. Super-fast and super-fun, any child will enjoy how quick the car zooms round the track. It's pretty noisy, with the car hammering around the track at a blur of a speed. With multiple cars on the track it becomes a raucous clacking sound that (be warned) will drown out the tv quite easily.

One negative side to the set is that it only includes one Hot Wheels car. For such a large set that's ideal for multiple cars to 'chase' each other (especially with the 'short cut' feature), it's a real shame that the makers decided not to include a second car.

All in all we'd have to say that the set is pretty good. Our four-year-old son loves it, and has played with it (using multiple cars) on many occasions. Okay, so he doesn't seem to play with it for much longer than 10 - 15 minutes on each occasion these days (and often leaves the blasted thing running when he's left the room), but he does still keep returning to it time and time again. However - just to repeat the warning - it really is quite noisy!


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