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Not for me

Advantagesnice picture of iggle piggle

Disadvantagesbad quality, not good for helping children sleep

...Introduction My son had a Winnie the pooh night light which was lovely but one day it stopped working so decided to get him a new one. I saw this In the night garden light up wall clock and thought it looked good. This used to be available on Amazon but seems as though they don't sell them anymore. About the clock This In the night garden wall clock is basically a clock that...

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Super

AdvantagesThey look pretty and are inexpensive

DisadvantagesCheaply made

...As the downstairs of our home has restricted ceiling height we are limited to using three wall sconces in our living room. Given we were finally refreshing the room after a bout of plastering; we decided that our rather dark and dim Next wall lights could do with replacing. Unfortunately, nothing really caught our eye until my beloved spotted these Devon wall lights in John Lewis. At £35 a light...

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Excellent

“Soft cord and cute”

published 16/01/2014

AdvantagesCute, comfortable, sort, easy to watch

DisadvantagesNone

..., they are called cord leggings but the cord is very soft which makes them ideal for young children. The leggings cost £4 which seems a decent price for a wardrobe staple. The leggings are black in colour, the leggings are ribbed and very soft to the touch. The leggings have an elasticated waist and they have detailing around the top as if they have flies and pockets which aren't real. The leggings...

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