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Excellent

“Just Keep Swimming!”

published 25/01/2016

AdvantagesEasy to get on and off, provides buoyancy and extra warmth

DisadvantagesColour has faded slightly with significant use

...of fading to what was once a very vibrant colour. After use, the jacket dries out surprisingly quickly and is lightweight and portable enough to be slipped easily inside a bag with all our swimming gear. This is suitable for handwashing if needed although I don't think ours has ever needed any more than a quick rinse through at home to remove some of the traces of chlorine. Overall Recommendation...

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Super

“Swimming with Flipper”

published 18/08/2015

Advantagesonce in a lifetime chance

Disadvantagesexpensive and not much there

...overpriced, the place is run down and there aren't really many things to do besides watching the shows. We paid for the dolphin presentation, swim, sealion and parrot presentation. For three children and two adults our tour guide charged us 150.00 Euros per adult and 145.00 Euros per child. That included return transfer from our hotel. As you can see from the park the prices are lower so do not do...

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Excellent

“Asda swimming nappies”

published 28/05/2016

AdvantagesFit, price, design

DisadvantagesAvailability to me

...Erin and I go swimming every week and this means needing to have disposable nappies. We do generally use Huggies swim nappies as they're easier for us to buy but we do also use the Asda equivalent after we sometimes do an online shopping order. The thing about Asda swimming nappies compared with Huggies is the MASSIVE difference in price. Huggies generally cost roughly £5 a packet whereas...

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