Louise Dore

Helpful votes received on reviews: 92% (159 of 173)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,879,665 - Total Helpful Votes: 159 of 173
Tippitoes Doorway Bouncer by Tippitoes
This is a brilliant-designed door bouncer. It's easily put together and dismantled, and can definitely be used by one person.

We first used it when our son was three months old, as he had good head control, and even at that small size the sling/harness felt snug and secure. Now he is older he loves bouncing around in it and, whilst I can't leave him completely unattended as he might bounce into the doorframe, I can certainly sit back with a cup of tea and enjoy watching him. There's no way he could fall out.

He also likes being 'walked' across the floor in the harness, which will be useful when he starts trying to walk for real.

Highly recommended.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: 3 Dimensions of Mu&hellip by Ubisoft
Having played the first 2 CSI PC games, I agree that the 3D graphics on this one are a big step up. However, the interface has not been sufficiently tweaked to allow for the new graphics, with the result that it's just as fiddly to find and process the evidence, sometimes even downright impossible. The logical progression through evidence, interviews etc has also not been well programmed, so that you get revelations fed to you when you only had half the evidence in place. Finally the storylines are either dull or silly. That said, if you enjoy these games there's a certain inevitable satisfaction in ticking all the boxes, getting the perp to fess up and getting your pat on the head from… Read more
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Painful, 5 Oct 2007
I had a pair of these and I had to get rid of them. The sole is very comfortable but the upper rubbed raw lines across the top of my feet after 15 minute's walking.

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