I personally found it difficult to get the chocolate out without breaking the eggs. I may have put too much of a thin layer in, but really the amount of chocolate you need to put in to make one that you can get out in one piece tends to cost more than just buying small eggs in the shop. I would recommend this if you want to personalize your eggs (e.g. by using diabetic chocolate or just using other things as well as chocolate) but if you just want a plain egg, I would just buy one from the shop.
I bought these as my son has a nut allergy and it is nigh on impossible to get a decent choice of nut free Easter eggs. It would've helped to have some instructions, i.e. do you need to grease the moulds etc. but they were fairly easy to use. I would have given them a 4 star rating but found the price a bit more than I wanted to pay, hence the 3 star rating.
I bought this for my Granddaughter to make an egg for her mum. She made it into a chicken using chocolate, rice crispies and marzipan. It was a great success. Her mum posted it on facebook and there were lots of good comments.