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The Friendly Swede Resistance Training Pilates Fitness Circle
The Friendly Swede Resistance Training Pilates Fitness Circle

5.0 out of 5 stars Great, 15 May 2017
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This is a great Pilates ring; good resistance and comfortable to use. Seems well made and is good quality.


Betron B-25 Noise Isolating in Ear Canal Headphones Earphones with Pure Sound and Powerful Bass for iPhone, iPad, iPod, Samsung, Nokia, HTC , Mp3 Players etc (Silver-Black)
Betron B-25 Noise Isolating in Ear Canal Headphones Earphones with Pure Sound and Powerful Bass for iPhone, iPad, iPod, Samsung, Nokia, HTC , Mp3 Players etc (Silver-Black)
Offered by Betron Limited ( VAT Registered)
Price: £29.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant value, brilliant earphones, 30 Jun. 2015
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These earphones are great, comfortable with various sized bits that go in your ear. The sound quality is excellent and for the price, these are fantastic. The service was great too.


South American Handbook 2010 86th edition Footprint Travel Guides
South American Handbook 2010 86th edition Footprint Travel Guides
by Ben Box
Edition: Hardcover

3.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing, 9 Jun. 2010
I used the Central America guide a couple of years ago and thought it was great, so bought this for my trip to Argentina and Brazil. I was really disappointed with this book, the prices were seriously out of date, which always happens a little, but in this edition, it was really unhelpful, eg saying the Itaipu dam was free, when actually it costs 37BRL. Info on travel was incorrect such as bus numbers and times. It felt like the guide had not been properly updated since last time. The maps were pretty bad, but I find that in most guides and try and pick up a local one as soon as possible. As ever, the guide was good on the history and background information to the country's, but I will think twice before buying a Footprints guide again which is a shame as they previosuly have been a great alternative to Lonely Planet/Rough Guide. It was ok, but I'm sure there are better guides for Argentina and Brazil.


Networking for Business Success: Quick tips for busy people
Networking for Business Success: Quick tips for busy people
by Heather White
Edition: Paperback
Price: £9.50

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A good intro to networking, 9 Jun. 2010
This book is really helpful if you're starting out and want to get some great tips in easy-to-read format. It has hints about how to join a group and introduce yourself, sustain that conversation, and perhaps as importantly, leave a group when you want, making it look effortless.


Laos (Footprint Handbooks)
Laos (Footprint Handbooks)
by Jock O'Tailan
Edition: Paperback

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Laos footprint guide - oh so helpful!, 7 July 2009
The 2008 version of this footprint guide is a great travelling companion. The background information on the country is really interesting and helps you understand cultural sensitivites. The actual info on places to stay, eat and how to get around are really good. I don't like taking Lonely Planet guides away as all of the pre or immediately post-uni lot always have that and footprints are now my favourite guides and suggest places that other guidebooks don't. Only small quibble would be that the maps aren't great, but it was easy enough to pick up free local one's in most places. Still better than other guidebooks!


Pink Ribbons, Inc.: Breast Cancer and the Politics of Philanthropy
Pink Ribbons, Inc.: Breast Cancer and the Politics of Philanthropy
by Samantha King
Edition: Hardcover

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very thought-provoking, 7 Mar. 2008
An excellent critique of the marketing phenomena that is breast cancer in the US. Much of what is said is applicable to the UK.
A really interesting read about the mass social movement in a neoliberal society. Great section on the tyranny of cheerfulness, how women with breast cancer are expected to remain positive to the point where if they do not survive then is this a result of them not trying hard enough.
Fascinating about how corporate America got involved as a result of the government cutting welfare and expecting corporates to pick up the tab.


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