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“Gelert Rubber Mallet”

published 05/05/2016

AdvantagesAffordable, good quality, very useful for camping.

DisadvantagesNot indestructible.

...on the end of their tent pegs when they are setting up camp. The tin of beans is also likely not to have a ring pull, and you won?t have remembered a can opener either. These are all things to consider, and with experience you find that your car is now packed full of things that you ?might? need. The mallet we have here is a wooden handled one with a rubber head. The black rubber head has a deep shine to...

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“Rubber ring”

published 30/04/2012

AdvantagesWell made, tough, fun

DisadvantagesNone

...little teeth can bite through things quite well and he tears most soft toys apart in a matter of days. This rubber ring is great. Its made of a very tough natural rubber and is the type that you cannot really bend and doesn't give much but this is great as it really gives Eddie a chewing workout. The packaging actually tells you that the rubber yields to the bite of your dog and so prevents teeth...

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Excellent

AdvantagesBenefits disadvantaged communites in Sri Lanka, superior gloves

DisadvantagesNone

...We use Traidecraft rubber gloves. They cost £6 per pair and ours are blue. I am unaware of these particular household rubber gloves are made in any other colour choice. Tradecraft signifies Fairtrade and they are sourced from Sri Lankan farmers who in return receive regular and fair payment as well as technical help and support with their equipment. These gloves are strong and durable...

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