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Fone-Case Motorola Moto G PU Leather Flip 3 Card Slot Case Cover Pouch with Retractable Stylus & Screen Protector Black
Fone-Case Motorola Moto G PU Leather Flip 3 Card Slot Case Cover Pouch with Retractable Stylus & Screen Protector Black
Offered by Fone-Case
Price: £2.90

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Poor - doesn't fit phone and blocks buttons, 17 Dec. 2013
This was bought for me after I got the 16GB Moto G. Unfortunately, it doesn't fit the phone. There is a gap of a few millimetres between the back of the phone and the case where it doesn't follow the shape of the phone properly. Also, it is very difficult to access the buttons on the side of the phone thanks to the plastic over them.

Overall, don't bother. It's cheap, but I'm sure there are better options out there.


Personalised Bevelled Chrome / Satin Cufflinks, Engraved FREE, Birthday, Wedding, Anniversary Gift
Personalised Bevelled Chrome / Satin Cufflinks, Engraved FREE, Birthday, Wedding, Anniversary Gift
Offered by Ajintheforest Trading Ltd
Price: £4.78

1.0 out of 5 stars Very poor quality, 12 Sept. 2013
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I ordered these for a wedding, thinking that they looked quite nice on the picture and were a good price. However, when they arrived they looked nothing like the image.

Instead of being oval, they were small and round. The engraved text was small, brown and off-centre. On three of the four pairs ordered, it was rotated 90 degrees from where it should have been. The finish was nowhere near as good as I was expecting, with scuff marks all over them. This wasn't helped by the fact they hadn't been properly attached into the boxes, meaning they were rattling around in transit and had scratched against each other.

Overall, this is a very poor product, which arrived in terrible condition thanks to a lack of care when they were being packed. Thankfully, I was able to return them for a refund and purchase some much better replacements elsewhere.
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A Guide to Love, Loss & Desperation
A Guide to Love, Loss & Desperation
Offered by westworld-
Price: £7.47

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent debut, 5 Nov. 2007
I've been an avid marsupial for about 18 months, during which the band have greatly improved to get to where they are today - releasing their first UK album. I have the Japanese album and thanks to that and a few gigs, I have heard all the songs on this album and they are all absolutely fantastic. My personal favourite on this disc is Lost in the Post, although special mentions have to go to the two recent singles, Kill the Director and Let's Dance to Joy Division, as well as the darker, but still wonderful Here Comes the Anxiety. The one problem with this album is that many of we long-term fans already have most of these songs, but if you've never bought any Wombats before, or even if you have, this is well worth getting.


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