Very easy to use if you follow the provided instructions and are semi-accurate with your cutting. I'd recommend getting a craft knife if you don't already have one (I got one delivered by Amazon Prime for 83p!) - or even a guillotine, which would be ideal.
The film completely blocks out all visibility, but still lets a decent amount of light through windows. It goes on easily, and is forgiving if you don't quite get it right the first time. I completely replaced a few sheets on different windows and the film went on with no issues.
After buying it online, I found it cheaper in my local Wilkinson's for £6, so if you have one nearby check it out!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Nice, quality finish
Touch buttons are responsive
Easy to use
Weighing function is accurate
Bodyfat calculation painfully wrong
The short version is that the scales rely entirely on BMI rather than impedance. In contrast to other brands of scales, like Tanita, Omron report a bodyfat range +/-8% of actual values, and that value only changes with BMI adjustment. Wearing rubber shoes does not change the reported value, which is worrying to say the least.
Go with the more expensive, albeit functionally accurate brands.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Decided to give Prestat a go, saw them popping up in several retailers like John Lewis and Selfridges, and the royal seal suckered me in. If the queen likes it it must be good?
Well, I think Liz should check out Hotel Chocolat. I wasn't very impressed with this product, whilst some of the flavours were innovative and quirky, the chocolate simply wasn't as dense or tasty as other brands.
The packaging is very nice though, and would make a lovely gift for the experimental.