0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I've previously used zipper pouches or flat pencil cases. This is far better. It keeps pens organised, separate, and has room for corrector pens and highlighters. It could also be used as a wrap for manicure instruments.
Some of the loops were a tad small, but that is easily fixed by unpicking the thread between couples of them and maybe resewing. So, if I could I'd give it 4 1/2, but can't so will give it 5.
As for this:
'the little bear on it ruins everything! and the bear is only shown on the last picture where most people dont see.'
and the guy who moans that the cute lil' bear makes the pouch 'not fit for a grown man' !!! ...... PERLEESE, get a life,… Read more
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Yes, the description does state 'single', but the illustration has two of the items ... not inspiring confidence in the seller !
I don't find it to be more exfoliating than my Asda facecloth (@ c 1/4 the price). It has two layers, which I find rather awkward.
I suppose I should have been warned by the meaningless label 'organic' - really just a pitch to hook the lentilmunchers.
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I bought one of these from Argos 2 1/2 weeks ago.
I've previously use cheaper induction hobs which had the choice of two ways of controlling power:
1) Selecting a temperature which the hob then maintained.
2) Selecting a power output which the hob generated until turned off, or setting changed.
This item has either 'manual' or a choice of programs (eg 'boil water', 'stir fry'), though within each program the power output can be varied. These programs are utterly pointless, other than to give the maker an excuse to charge more than the £20 which I paid for my Lidl model.
The item has just stopped working. The power button lights up around its rim… Read more