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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love them, 3 Jan. 2013
I have been using those silicone ear plugs at sleeping times for a couple of years now and I simply love them. They are easy to mold and stick perfectly to the ear and are just the right size not to be uncomfortable when I turn my head on the pillow. The price is pretty convenient too, as far as I could find they are the less expensive moldable ear plugs in commerce. Would highly recommend them


The Dream Bag - Travel Long Removable Sleeve Baby Sleeping Bag - Pirate 2.5 Tog - 0-6 Months
The Dream Bag - Travel Long Removable Sleeve Baby Sleeping Bag - Pirate 2.5 Tog - 0-6 Months

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very good, would recommend, 6 Feb. 2012
I originally got this because my child had outgrown his sleeping bag. What attracted me was that you can also attach it to a buggy as there is an opening around the leg area to allow for the security bucket to pass through. I only used it in the pram once however as the sleeping bag is quite open around the neck area so I felt my child was not covered enough.

That said it is absolutely brilliant for my son to sleep in. It's quite thick and cozy, making it ideal for winter time, materials used are good and since the zip goes all the way through the side and the bottom of the sleeping bag, it's ideal to get the kid in and out even while he is sleeping without waking him up.

We recently use the bag during a long-haul flight to keep the child warm and "at home" and it did work marvelously

Overall I would highly recommend this product!


Sector Ladies Watch Chronograph Quartz  R3273695545
Sector Ladies Watch Chronograph Quartz R3273695545
Price: £175.23

3.0 out of 5 stars Nice but big, 6 Feb. 2012
This is a very nice watch, quite stylish and definitely worth the money. That said, when I received it I realised how big it is and returned it back. It might not fit a small wrist like mine unless you like big watches!


Olympus E-PM1 Compact System Camera Double Zoom Kit - White (includes M.ZUIKO Digital 14 -42mm II R and M.ZUIKO Digital 40 -150mm Lenses)
Olympus E-PM1 Compact System Camera Double Zoom Kit - White (includes M.ZUIKO Digital 14 -42mm II R and M.ZUIKO Digital 40 -150mm Lenses)

10 of 25 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars mmm....., 6 Feb. 2012
mmm.. what to say. First and above all I am not a professional photographer and by no means I am even close to understanding how to use a DSLR and that's I guess one of the reasons I went for this camera. Overall it's a powerful camera that allows you to gradually go from "point&click" to full DSLR mode however it's not really worth all that money.. My good and bad points are highlighted below

GOOD
* It's light and small, making it easy to carry around with you
* Lenses don't cost a fortune, allowing you to experiment with a couple of them without stretching your finances to the limit
* As far as I know you can adapt pretty much any kind of lenses to this camera making the camera pretty versatile if you manage to move on from the "point&click" options
* It's great if you want a good camera to carry around that doesn't compromise on performance
* Videos are pretty good quality and with a dedicated button you can move from taking pictures to taking videos in a matter of a fraction of a second
* It's quite stylish.. .I guess it's important for some people!

BAD
* It's pretty heavy despite its size
* The body seems to be too small for its lenses.. every time I get the camera in my hands I fear I might ruin the lens if I don't hold it
* It doesn't have a right-hand grip making the camera pretty fiddly to use even if, like me, you have small hands
* It doesn't really feel right in the hands, the body is cold metal and .. I always fear to break it when I hold it
* In comparison to let's say a Canon DSLR, this one has all the commands (menu etc) in one single button at the back which is not always easy to access when you are taking pictures or if you want to change something while shooting

Overall I don't think it's worth the money asked. Olympus should market it at a lower price to attract more photographers wanna-bees. If you have £500 or more to spend and you are not bothered about the size of your camera just go for a Canon EOS or a Nikon one...
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Surgical Binder & Abdominal Support Cotton Size S
Surgical Binder & Abdominal Support Cotton Size S

5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars it does what it says in the tin!, 4 May 2010
The product really met the expectations. It's a very robust abdominal support binder with a quite large velcro strap to ensure it fits in perfectly. Price is really convenient too. Size S would suite a petite person of around 40-50Kgs


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