Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (42 of 49)


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Urban Fruit Strawberries 90 g (Pack of 10) by URBAN FRUIT
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I first tried this type of snack in a Graze box, and immediately loved them. They have a really nice chewy, sticky texture and are beautifully sweet without being sickly. Indeed, they're so tasty that it's sometimes easy to forget that there is nothing added to the strawberries other than a little apple juice - no other sweeteners, preservatives etc. Okay, so they still contain a lot of sugar, but I feel far happier eating these as an afternoon or mid-evening snack than a chocolate or cereal bar which is packed with refined sugar and artificial sweeteners.

I bought a box of 10 bags (90g each) for just over 11. This works out considerably cheaper than the price in most… Read more
Diablo Toasted Snack Maker by Green Lane Products
Diablo Toasted Snack Maker by Green Lane Products
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I can only imagine that a lot of the gushing 5-star reviews are from people affiliated with the company which makes this, because after using it a few times, I really struggle to see what all the fuss is about. I bought one of these based on the reviews, as they seemed to suggest that this was a fantastic gadget which made incredibly delicious toastie-pies. However, I've been really unimpressed in a couple of key respects. The mechanics are a pain in the backside - trying to get the bread to fit is a challenge, particularly when it comes to closing it and you have to tease the edges of the bread between the two hinges (the design of it means that you can't simply lay the bread straight… Read more
Seiko Men's Quartz Watch with Blue Dial Analogue D&hellip Seiko
As was the case for another reviewer, when I received this watch it came with a set of instructions for a totally different line of Seiko watches. As it had been intended to be given as a gift, I returned it. This was a bit of a shame, as it was a very nice looking watch for the price I paid (around 55). The only gripe I had was that the chronograph buttons had an exceedingly firm mechanical 'click' when pushed, like a very old analogue stopwatch. With any other modern chronograph watches I've owned, the buttons have always had a much more pleasantly soft feel when being pushed. This does feel a little cheap when you first realise it, but it seems to be a feature across Seiko's entire SSB… Read more