1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Like everyone else here has said it is not worth the price. it is poorly made and the rolling screen mechanism is really loud. Occasionally it stops rolling the screen and only the music plays.
That said, i purchased it for my daughter when she was 8 months old as we noticed she seemed to enjoy the show and at the time she kept pressing the button on this toy and was fascinated. She is 19 months now and is even more obsessed with Tickety toc and she still loves it!
So even though i was unimpressed at the start it has actually lasted us longer than expected and our daughter loves it so i am pleased with it.
Kids are definitely less judgmental than adults
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
I know I'm in the minority here I am but I do not rate this phone
Before I bang on about the negatives I will say a few positives
The camera is great (especially if you have steady hands)
The phone is light, not bulky and looks gorgeous (although you will have to regularly clean the lens which is always exposed)
1. Battery - try not to use your phone to make any long phone calls, the fancy LCD screen kills the battery. I assure you that a long phone call will be followed by having to charge it (I charged mine every single day - very annoying for a regular festival goer like myself)
2. Text messaging :
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As a foos fan it will be difficult to give any album of thiers a poor review. BUT i will be brutally honest with you now. This is just fab. Really good. Foo's back to their best. It's up there with "colour and the shape" and the "foo fighters" debut.
The acoustic track with norah jones still shocks the hell out of me whenever i hear it, but to me this album is the foos back to their best. They have always had a good mix of rock and slower more acoustic tracks on their albums. This is just a lot more than we are used to and it is a great treat. I think it is better than their last two albums "nothing left to lose" and "one by one". but that's my opinion.
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