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Trading standards ....,
= Durability: = Fun: = Educational:
This review is from: Science Museum My Mystery Mid Air Floating UFO (Toy)
Reported this one to local trading standards (I did not purchase at Amazon), and in the morning I'll be contacting the local authority of the distributors.
As others have said, don't consider buying this.
Its simply false advertising: it implies something that is not. If you bought it in a shop, return it on that basis. Bought at Amazon? Don't know their returns policy, but you should have read the reviews first ...
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Initial post: 3 Sep 2010 10:16:31 BDT
D. Robinson says:
You are unbelievable! In case you are not aware, magic doesn't exist. This TOY is an illusion, it requires practice, and, once mastered it looks quite amazing. OFT - how sad!
In reply to an earlier post on 25 Aug 2011 16:58:25 BDT
L West says:
And unbelievably you have missed the point. We all know that "magic" doesn't exist; but if you are buying an illusory trick then you should be aware that that is what you are buying, and not have to find out later when you open your package.
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