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Stoga 1080P HD Sports Action Camera 16MP WiFi Waterproof Camera 30M Underwater Video camera 2.0-inch Waterproof Wireless Remote Control for Bicycle Motorcycle Diving Swimming
Stoga 1080P HD Sports Action Camera 16MP WiFi Waterproof Camera 30M Underwater Video camera 2.0-inch Waterproof Wireless Remote Control for Bicycle Motorcycle Diving Swimming
Offered by KINGSFAITH
Price: 48.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Great for recording bike rides and outdoor activities. Stunning video quality and excellent value for money, 26 Aug. 2016
Length:: 7:03 Mins

At a diminutive 6x4x2.5cm, this camera is tiny, can be operated as a video camera, still camera or used for taking time-lapse shots while also packing in a lot of additional features including:

* High resolution recording – 4K, 2K, full HD, half HD, WVGA; still image resolution up to 12 megapixel
* Loop recording – to ensure you never run out of memory, the camera can film in bursts of 2/3/5/10 minutes then overwrite earlier footage – a handy feature if used as a dashcam. This feature can also be switched off to enable full journeys to be recorded.
* Motion detection- will automatically switch on the camera and film as you become active. This is an ideal feature when used as a dashcam or on a bike.
* Record Audio – can record audio but it will be muffled through waterproof casing

* Time lapse recording – will take a still image every 1/2/3/5/10/20/30/60 seconds
* Date stamp – the date/time can be added to recordings

Images can be played back on the 5cm monitor – ideal for when the camera is used for time-lapse to ensure it is accurately focussed on its target – eg a flower opening/closing or sunrise/sunset...

Other settings are fairly standard: image quality, image sharpness, ISO, face detections, self-timer, multiple photo burst, exposure, white balance, ISO, date/time and wifi settings. Image stabilisation is basic but effective considering much of the camera’s usage will be while fixed to a moving subject.

The camera is supplied with an impressive array of fittings, attachments, waterproof casing and the included battery arrives partially charged so the camera could be used straight from the box. Although I originally ordered the camera for recording my cycle touring routes, the camera has inspired me to consider many other uses including recording canoeing trips, scenic drives, sailing, surfing, watersports and other outdoor activities. It is exceptionally versatile.

Set-up is simple – just press the power on/off button on the front then cycle between video mode (default), still image mode, playback or give the button a further press to access the highly intuitive menus and settings, pressing the shutter release/’OK’ button to confirm your selection.

As for the fittings and accessories, there seems to be everything I could possibly use and more:

- Bike handlebar fitting
- Belt fitting
- Helmet fitting
- Looped security cable
- Lens cleaning cloth
- 3M sticky pads
- Cable ties
- Velcro straps
- USB charging/computer connection lead
- Waterproof casing

The only item not included is a micro-SD memory card.

Build quality is good with the tiny ‘boxy’ camera being covered with a light, easily-gripped, silicone rubber outer, battery compartment on the base (the battery also has a tab enabling easy removal even with cold hands) and USB and PC connection to the side along with a slot for the micro SD card. The waterproof casing is well designed, well made and the camera is secure within it but I found the catch quite difficult to open. The operation buttons align perfectly with those on the camera and it is easy operate the controls even with cold, wet or gloved hands and each button has a positive and responsive feel.

While cycling I was impressed by just how easy the camera was to use while in its casing. I’ve taken it out on bike rides around the English Cotwsolds, along bumpy tracks and smoother country lanes in both bright, sunny weather and heavy cloud and through the August fog(!) and showers noting also how quickly rain/water cleared away from the casing-lens quickly and without pooling so still photos and video footage quality was not affected. It has consistently performed well with the aperture adjusting to accommodate changing light levels and images have been consistently clear, sharp and correctly exposed, even in dull conditions.

Operation is use is simple: it was very easy to stretch a finger from the handlebars to press the button firmly on the front to switch the camera on then quickly press the shutter button to start/stop filming. During filming a red filming indicator is displayed in the top left of the screen but this can’t be seen easily when on an ‘upright’ bike. However, the designers have considered this and a second filming/standby indicator in the form of a blue LED is displayed on the side of the monitor plus a third, bright orange, LED on the top of the camera ensuring that the user can monitor the camera from any angle depending on the activities undertaken. The Great British summer showers thoroughly tested its waterproof qualities and I found than .

The camera can film in up to 4K definition. Unfortunately I don’t have any means of replaying 4K footage at full resolution to confirm image quality so I record in full HD instead and the footage is fantastic with bright, clear images. Still photos are not quite as good but this is intended for filming video which it excels at it – see sample footage on my demonstration video, but please note this will have been compressed upon uploading to Amazon so the footage quality is actually better than on the samples. Audio can be recorded or the camera’s mic switched off: inevitably, when inside the waterproof casing, audio is muffled as I would expect while outside its casing, audio recording quality is clear and crisp.

I have given an overview of the camera, its accessories, menus and sample footage of it in use while cycling but also some hand-held video footage outside its casing

Following use, footage can be sent via Wi-Fi to a smartphone but my preference is to simply remove the micro-SD card and transfer selected files via my OTG card reader and, due to the nature of the camera, many users would potentially not have wifi access while away from home using the camera. However, it’s good to know it’s there as an option.

Strengths:
* Good packaging and presentation; also suitable as a gift
* Good build quality
* 170 wide angle lens
* Waterproof casing is excellent and suitable for use down to 30m
* Accurately aligned control buttons on waterproof housing
* Very easy to use with highly intuitive menus
* Wide range of accessories and attachments included (no micro-SD card)
* Consistently good video recording
* Good audio recording outside the waterproof housing
* Records as MP4 format
* Wifi for file transfer to Android/IOS smartphone/tablet
* Good battery life (about an hour)
* Very affordable and excellent value for money

Weaknesses
* Poor audio quality (applicable to all/most action-cams in waterproof housing)
* Fixed focus lens isn’t good for close-up still photos (as I would expect)

The camera works very well and, despite the poor instruction manual, is extremely intuitive to set up once you realise that the menu system is accessed by pressing the front power button three times to enter the ‘settings’ mode then using the ‘OK’ button to confirm choices after scrolling up and down via the up and down arrow keys on the side of the camera.

I have used a few action cameras but this is by far the cheapest yet the results and usability closely match some of the better known, high profile brands and the main difference between them is the price. So, if you are looking for a good quality action camera for a wide variety of outdoor sporting uses but one which can also double as a dashcam in the car or use time-lapse to record a fixed scene then this is going to do a good job. I would rate it 4.5-stars for performance and 5-stars value for money and I don’t think this camera will disappoint.

I received a complimentary camera in exchange for a fair, honest and unbiased review following examining, using and testing it.


Cycling in the Cotswolds (Cicerone Guide)
Cycling in the Cotswolds (Cicerone Guide)
by Chiz Dakin
Edition: Paperback
Price: 12.05

5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, informative and very well-presented, guide to a wide range of routes throughout the Cotswolds, 26 Aug. 2016
Although I’m a fairly regular visitor to the Cotswolds, I’ve never actually taken my bike there or cycled – until spotting this book.

Inspired by the photo of the cyclist passing through the ford on the front cover, I had the urge to find this spot and follow in his tyre-tracks but also to discover some of the quieter lanes, byways and tracks around the Cotswolds.

The book is perfect for this, whether planning routes in advance or, as I did, stuffing the book into a bum bag worn around my waist and taking off on the spur of the moment.

The folding bike I took is far from suited to the majority of the ‘off road’ routes with its 20” wheels, 1.2” wide smooth road tyres but, due to the last month or so of dry weather, the bridleways were hard and firm and it coped surprisingly well. That said, I would advise anyone considering any route off tarmac to use a stronger hybrid bike, ideally with larger wheels (26”+) and wider, rugged, knobbly tyres – although . At the first hint of mud or softer ground and my tiny, narrow wheels would have been in difficulty.

The book is clearly laid out with a general introduction to and overview of the Cotswolds area including its geology, wildlife, plants and flowers, history and heritage. A general map of the Cotswold is dotted with the indexed locations of the start of each route followed by, at the end of the book as appendices, a summary of each route in terms of distance, grade (easy, moderate or challenging), distance, ascent and split between on road/off road. Personally, I would have preferred this summary to be at the front of the book rather than an appendix at the end. Further information pages give advice on traveling to the Cotswolds, best time of year to visit, what to bring and the most suitable type of bike, ie a hybrid for road and off-road but in especially bad weather or following a lot of rain then a mountain bike with broad, grippy tyres would be best. for most of the year a good hybrid would be sufficient in my opinion – but only use a small-wheeled folding bike, as I did, in and following good, dry weather!

The routes are varied ranging from 9 to 41 miles for day rides plus a longer 4-day route, with further optional detours, around the Cotswold area for the cyclist looking for a short tour combined with B&B and overnight accommodation details are suggested. Each ride has its own detailed summary including distance, on-road/off-road split, parking suggestions near the starting point, cycle hire availability, suitability for road-bikes plus a clear map. Of particular interest to probably most cyclists is the gradient table which gives a visual indication of where the hills are along so no cyclist is caught unawares. The routes are well-described, supplemented by attractive colour photography, information about the area being passed through to add further interest to the ride along with sites to look out for plus a column of observations – such as notes that a particular bridle-path can be slow to dry following heavy rain or to watch out for muddy patches and the approximate distance of these.

The book contains everything a non-local cyclists needs to know. The routes are attractive and inspiring and, based on those I followed during my spell following the book, they are accurate and easy to follow.

For anyone who enjoys cycling in a quiet, tranquil area with very few steep hills, this is the ideal guide to choose and at just 228g and measuring 17x12x1cm (approx), it is easy to carry and refer to en route without being cumbersome.

Definitely recommended after being tried and tested.

For anyone else tempted to cycle through the ford pictured on the front cover, it’s at Upper Slaughter and great fun!

I received a complimentary sample book in exchange for a fair, honest, objective review following examining, using and following some of the routes. There has been no input or influence from the seller and all observations are based solely on my own view and experiences of the book.
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{ Good Night Like This } By Murphy, Mary ( Author ) 02-2016 [ Hardcover ]
{ Good Night Like This } By Murphy, Mary ( Author ) 02-2016 [ Hardcover ]
by Mary Murphy
Edition: Hardcover

5.0 out of 5 stars Charming and appealingly illustrated book ideal to read with a young child at bedtime, 23 Aug. 2016
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It’s bedtime, not only for your child but also for all the wild animals too.

This is the ideal book to read with your child snugly nestled on your knee just before going to bed. The slow gentle pace of the book with simple rhymes showing baby bunnies, fireflies, bears, ducks, kittens and mice settling down sleepily for the night can help prepare your child for a peaceful night. It shows it’s natural to feel sleepy at the end of the day and each animal is safely going to sleep as the sky darkens – again, showing the child that darkness is normal and that when darkness falls, it is time to go to sleep.

It is a large book with glossy pages, 25x23cm, an easy size for a parent/guardian to hold and charmingly illustrated throughout with half-width slip-pages showing each animal awake and then comfortably asleep with mum, in a nest or other natural environment. The illustrations are large and clear with much additional detail to look for too, such as leaves on trees, mice and birds hidden in the foliage, frogs, cats, mice and bugs. Children who look more closely and beyond the main illustrations, may also spot the stars in the sky, a sunset, falling snow and a rain shower along with a house with the lights on and this can encourage more observations about the changing seasons. The books ends with all the animals fast asleep on a double-page spread with foiled stars which shine when they catch the light.

It’s a simple, charming and appealing book to read together with a young child, especially with a child who is reluctant to go to bed or maybe has a few fears of the dark.

I received a complimentary sample book in exchange for a fair, honest, objective review following examining and reading it. There has been no input or influence from the seller and all observations are based solely on my own views of the book which has been a joy to review.
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Good Night Like This
Good Night Like This
by Mary Murphy
Edition: Hardcover
Price: 10.68

5.0 out of 5 stars Simple, charming and appealing - ideal to read with a young child at bedtime, 23 Aug. 2016
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This review is from: Good Night Like This (Hardcover)
It’s bedtime, not only for your child but also for all the wild animals too.

This is the ideal book to read with your child snugly nestled on your knee just before going to bed. The slow gentle pace of the book with simple rhymes showing baby bunnies, fireflies, bears, ducks, kittens and mice settling down sleepily for the night can help prepare your child for a peaceful night. It shows it’s natural to feel sleepy at the end of the day and each animal is safely going to sleep as the sky darkens – again, showing the child that darkness is normal and that when darkness falls, it is time to go to sleep.

It is a large paperback book (also available in hardback) with glossy pages, 25x23cm, an easy size for a parent/guardian to hold and charmingly illustrated throughout with half-width slip-pages showing each animal awake and then comfortably asleep with mum, in a nest or other natural environment. The illustrations are large and clear with much additional detail to look for too, such as leaves on trees, mice and birds hidden in the foliage, frogs, cats, mice and bugs. Children who look more closely and beyond the main illustrations, may also spot the stars in the sky, a sunset, falling snow and a rain shower along with a house with the lights on and this can encourage more observations about the changing seasons. The books ends with all the animals fast asleep on a double-page spread with foiled stars which shine when they catch the light.

It’s a simple, charming and appealingly-illustrated book to read together with a young child, especially with a child who is reluctant to go to bed or maybe has a few fears of the dark.
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You're All My Favourites
You're All My Favourites
by Sam McBratney
Edition: Paperback

5.0 out of 5 stars A beautifully illustrated and thoughtful book., 23 Aug. 2016
Anyone who, like myself, loves the ‘Guess how much I love you’ book is going to thoroughly enjoy this book too which is from the same production team and illustrated by the same artist, Anita Jeram.

It’s a simple book, with a simple but reassuring concept: Mummy and Daddy Bear have three young bear cubs each of whom is a little different – one with patches, one is a girl and the third is smaller than his siblings. Despite being reassured by mummy bear that they ‘are all the most wonderful bears in the world’, they have some self-doubts and confidence crises worrying that mummy and daddy might prefer their siblings instead. There are clear analogies with normal family relationships where children in a family may fear that mum and dad prefer their older or younger, child, their brother or sister or their dark or fair haired child. The book gently shows, via the bears, that it is possible for mum and dad to love all their children equally in the most reassuring and confidence-building way.

The text is simple but effective and the illustrations are just delightful with appeal to both younger children and adults alike. It’s an ideal book to read with a young child or grandchild, especially a child who is perhaps showing some early insecurities within the family.

A beautifully illustrated and thoughtful book.

I received a complimentary sample book in exchange for a fair, honest, objective review following examining and reading it. There has been no input or influence from the seller and all observations are based solely on my own views of the book which has been a joy to review.
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You're All My Favorites
You're All My Favorites
by Sam McBratney
Edition: Board book
Price: 6.18

5.0 out of 5 stars A beautifully illustrated and thoughtful book, 23 Aug. 2016
Anyone who, like myself, loves the ‘Guess how much I love you’ book is going to thoroughly enjoy this book too which is from the same production team and illustrated by the same artist, Anita Jeram.

It’s a simple book, well presented with a hardback cover and thick board pages to ensure durability while also conveying quality.

Its concept is simple but reassuring: Mummy and Daddy Bear have three young bear cubs each of whom is a little different – one with patches, one is a girl and the third is smaller than his siblings. Despite being reassured by mummy bear that they ‘are all the most wonderful bears in the world’, they have some self-doubts and confidence crises worrying that mummy and daddy might prefer their siblings instead. There are clear analogies with normal family relationships where children in a family may fear that mum and dad prefer their older or younger, child, their brother or sister or their dark or fair haired child. The book gently shows, via the bears, that it is possible for mum and dad to love all their children equally in the most reassuring and confidence-building way.

The text is simple but effective and the illustrations are just delightful with appeal to both younger children and adults alike. It’s an ideal book to read with a young child or grandchild, especially a child who is perhaps showing some early insecurities within the family.

A beautifully illustrated and thoughtful book.

I received a complimentary sample book in exchange for a fair, honest, objective review following examining and reading it. There has been no input or influence from the seller and all observations are based solely on my own views of the book which has been a joy to review.
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Yakamoz Multi-Function Speed/ Distance/ Temperature/ Calories Wireless Bike Computer Waterproof Touch Control Bicycle Odometer Cycling Speedometer with Backlight - Black
Yakamoz Multi-Function Speed/ Distance/ Temperature/ Calories Wireless Bike Computer Waterproof Touch Control Bicycle Odometer Cycling Speedometer with Backlight - Black
Offered by iEpoch
Price: 21.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Easy to set up and use bike computer with large, clear display and superb backlight function, 23 Aug. 2016
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This is a well-presented bike computer which arrives well-packaged in a retail box complete with 2 x CR2032 batteries, cable tie fixings and foam pads to prevent any damage to the bike frame.

Set up is simple and takes just a few minutes, assisted by the clear and helpful instruction leaflet. In all modes, the MODE button selects the function and SET is used to enter the data, eg tyre circumference but this reverses when setting the time and the MODE button is used to set the hour and minutes with the SET button used to confirm selections.

Entering the settings is speedy thanks to the touch-sensitive buttons and the display is larger than many computers making it easy to read – and even more so after dark when a quick tap on both buttons together illuminates the bright green LED backlighting.

The computer records:
* Time
* Current speed
* Maximum speed
* Average speed
* Distance covered (miles or km)
* Time spent cycling on this trip
* Stopwatch
* Calories used (based on your body weight, entered in kg or lbs)
* Fat burned (to justify that chocolate bar at the end of the trip)
* Temperature

and the SCAN mode cycles through the the distance covered, maximum speed, average speed and time spent cycling while also giving a constant readout of the current cycling speed and temperature.

The transmitter unit fits onto the bike fork positioned so that it is about 1.5mm from the magnet as the wheel rotates to pass it. If the computer fails to record any motion then, almost certainly, the distance between the two is too far apart and just the slightest adjustment can make all the difference.

An especially good design feature is that the computer can be twisted off its bracket for easy replacement of the battery or if the bike is left unattended. It takes just a second to remove it, drop it safely into a pocket and then pop it back on again when returning to the bike so there is no risk of it being stolen from the bike.

In use the computer is very bright and clear to use, seems accurate when compared with my other computers on other bikes and I especially like this model for its larger, brighter, clearer display and the backlight which is amongst the best I have used and is definitely a bike computer I would highly recommend.

I received a complimentary sample bike computer in exchange for a fair, honest, objective review following examining, using and testing it. There has been no input or influence from the seller and all observations are based solely on my own view and experience of using the product.
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Oria® Digital Refrigerator Thermometer, Waterproof Freezer Thermometer with Hook - Easy to Read LCD Display, Max/Min Function - Perfect for Fridge, Freezer , Home,Restaurants,Bars,Cafes,ect
Oria® Digital Refrigerator Thermometer, Waterproof Freezer Thermometer with Hook - Easy to Read LCD Display, Max/Min Function - Perfect for Fridge, Freezer , Home,Restaurants,Bars,Cafes,ect
Offered by ORIA UK
Price: 14.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Very good, accurate and easy to use thermometer for fridge, freezer, coolbox or even as a room thermometer, 22 Aug. 2016
As a trained food handler, I’m very careful about maintaining an accurate fridge and freezer temperature at home and have used a thermometer for about the last 20 years. But.... these thermometers are the ‘old fashioned’ type: one is metal with a dial which frosts over making it impossible to read without removing it from the freezer to scratch the ice off – by which time the temperature reading is invalid; my other is a traditional mercury thermometer set within a plastic casing but it doesn’t fit well, can move 5mm up or down and it’s anyone’s guess regarding when it is actually correctly aligned with the printed scale.

This thermometer overcomes all of the problems of my older thermometers: it has a plastic casing, can either sit on or hang from a shelf so it measures the true air temperature (rather than the temperature of anything it is in direct contact with), it has a clear display in either C or F together maximum and minimum readings. This is very useful as it records fluctuations such as drawing attention to a power cut for example.

The display is very clear and easy to read and it’s actually not just for fridges or freezers because it can measure temperatures from -20C up to +50C although I found the range was a little wider in practice with it recording –25.9C in our freezer. In addition to using it in my fridge, freezer, campervan fridge and coolbox, while typing this review it has also been monitoring the room temperature of my home-office.

It is supplied with a CR2032 battery already fitted and when this dies, it is easily replaced by removing the rear battery cover.

I am very impressed with it, primarily as a fridge/freezer thermometer but also as a general and multi-purpose thermometer and, although I was sent a free sample in exchange for a fair, honest and unbiased reviews, I can see myself easily ordering a further three because they are so good, accurate and versatile.
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2-Fitness Women's Men's Cycling Gloves Mountain Bike Gloves Road Racing Bicycle Gloves Full Finger Riding Gloves Yellow XL
2-Fitness Women's Men's Cycling Gloves Mountain Bike Gloves Road Racing Bicycle Gloves Full Finger Riding Gloves Yellow XL
Offered by 2-Fitness inc
Price: 26.00

5.0 out of 5 stars Comfy, shock-absorbing, fast-drying, well-ventilated cycling gloves for year-round use, 22 Aug. 2016
Length:: 2:40 Mins

This is a good quality, well-made and very well designed pair of cycling gloves, ideal for year-round use.

They are made from a good quality and very stretchy bobbled polyester fabric on the back with a small ventilated panel, adjustable velcro tab fastener and absorbent thumb panel designed for wiping sweat from the face although I use it for wiping rain from my glasses(!). On the underside are perfectly placed foam pads on all of the pressure points, ie base of the thumb, heel of the palm and beneath the knuckles which provides good shock absorbency together with a good grip on the handlebars and a ventilated panel ensures hands don’t become clammy and sweaty. A further feature on the fingers is a small degree of in-built finger articulation offering additional flexibility in already very-flexible gloves. Reflective strips feature on the index and middle finger but I found that after just 2 rides this started to crack and flake off.

I tested the gloves in warm muggy weather during showers then again in cool weather and heavier rain and they consistently performed well. Even when soaked from heavy rain, my fingers still felt warm and the gloves felt comfortable. Then, when the rain eventually stopped, they dried very quickly.

In terms of sizing, I ordered Extra-Large for my 19cm circumference, 19.5cm long slim hands. The sizing was accurate and they are a good and very comfortable fit.

They are good gloves I would happily buy again.

I received a complimentary sample pair of gloves in exchange for a fair, honest, objective review following examining, wearing and testing them. There has been no input or influence from the seller and all observations are based solely on my own view and experience of using the gloves.


Winter Gloves, Cotop Outdoor Waterproof Cycling Hunting Climbing Sport Touchscreen Gloves for Smartphone (Black, M)
Winter Gloves, Cotop Outdoor Waterproof Cycling Hunting Climbing Sport Touchscreen Gloves for Smartphone (Black, M)
Offered by CotopDirect
Price: 10.99

5.0 out of 5 stars High quality, warm and durable cycling gloves, 22 Aug. 2016
These are good quality gloves with a fleecy-lined windstopper outer and rubberised grip on the palm plus pads on the thumb and forefinger designed to be suitable for use with touchscreen phones and tablets. They are made from a soft fabric which feels like a combination of soft but durable polyester and neoprene which has a little stretch and 'give' for comfort and a light, warm, flocked-fleecy lining making them warm, windproof, quick-drying. Due to the zip on the rear, they are quick and easy to fit and remove and can be worn unzipped if necessary - they have a stretchy gusset behind the zip so your hands will remain warm and cosy.

I found the honeycomb-pattern silicone-rubberised grip to be excellent when used for cycling and walking with a pair of trekking poles. The touchscreen-friendly finger and thumb tips worked better than expected althought I had to ensure that I touched the screen with the centre of the finger-pad rather than the edges when selecting small items on a screen and they were at their best for swiping across a screen, working first time, every time. They are slim gloves without unnecessary bulk and allow the wearer good dexterity making them suitable for many uses and, having had an earlier pair nearly a year ago, I can vouch for them being quite hard-wearing too,

My hands measure 19.5cm long and 8.5cm wide excluding the thumb and I found the medium size to provide a good fit, covering my palms, keeping my hands warm and cosy and fulfilling all their promises. Ideally I would have liked them to be an extra 2cm longer but I have longer hands than many other women and this would probably not be an issue for most.

I received a complimentary sample pair of gloves in exchange for a fair, honest, objective review following examining, wearing and testing them. There has been no input or influence from the seller and all observations are based solely on my own view and experience of using the gloves.
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