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Discoball Luxury ePipe Rechargeable E Shisha Pipe Electronic Nicotine Free
Discoball Luxury ePipe Rechargeable E Shisha Pipe Electronic Nicotine Free
Offered by PELI Store
Price: £39.99

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Terrible Product - Should be banned!, 14 Jan. 2015
Its products like this that will see e-cigarettes banned altogether. With no useful instructions and a lot of misleading info on various websites, its not clear at all that the three cartridges provided are all empty. Filling the cartridges is a nightmare - they're so badly designed it almost makes me want to take up smoking again. The cartridges are opaque so there's no way of seeing how much liquid is going in. If you tip your e-liquid directly into the hole at the top of the cartridge you'll get covered in e-liquid. Somehow you're supposed to allow the liquid to absorb into the cotton wadding inside the tube - but this simply doesn't work as you've no idea how much or how little is in there.
All in all this is an absolutely terrible and potentially dangerous product that shouldn't be on sale in the UK.


Wynton Marsalis & Eric Clapton Play The Blues - Live From Jazz At  Lincoln Center
Wynton Marsalis & Eric Clapton Play The Blues - Live From Jazz At Lincoln Center
Price: £10.27

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It Works!, 16 Sept. 2011
I feared the worst when I heard that Wynton Marsalis had made a live album with Eric Clapton. First Willie Nelson and Norah Jones and now Eric. What next? Wynton and Jedward?
But hats off to them - this is a great album. A future classic.
So often these kinds of collaborations tend to be a bit of a let down with neither musician feeling truly comfortable but this feels right. Marsalis has arranged the songs in a way that lets Clapton be himself. Fans of the guitarist won't be let down. He doesn't try to play Jazz - he's true to himself. In fact, he raises his game. His simple, restrained solo in Joe Turner's Blues is one of the greatest I've heard him play. Marsalis is Marsalis - a genius of our time. What more can be said?
Great value. I was pleasantly surprised to find the bonus DVD that comes with CD is pretty much the entire concert.


The little girl who could levitate
The little girl who could levitate
Price: £2.23

4.0 out of 5 stars Debretts for kids, 23 Jun. 2011
This is a charming little book written in a friendly yet unpatronizing way.
A streetwise Debrett's that serves as a guide for children of all ages.
A mixture of good old fashioned moral teachings as well as genuinely useful everyday advice.


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