lucky bingo electronic bingo machine this machine is made from robust metal not cheap plastic which cracks and damages easily this makes it strong and durable...... more
lucky bingo electronic bingo machine this machine is made from robust metal not cheap plastic which cracks and damages easily this makes it strong and durable meaning years and years of happy bingo selecting 2 years parts and labour warranty plays 1 75 as well as 1 90 bingo choose from free felt markers or bingo flyers tickets we will select colours at random all 25 felts will be the same colour this popular machine as now seen on the specsavers workout advert is the ideal bingo selector for the
All In One Light has proven to be the ideal product for those with sensitive or dry eyes. As well as outstanding antimicrobial activity, All In One Light...... more
All In One Light has proven to be the ideal product for those with sensitive or dry eyes. As well as outstanding antimicrobial activity, All In One Light enhances lens comfort and prevents lenses drying out at the end of the day. This light version has similar preservative to those of other manufacturers. Also sold by Specsavers and many others as their own brand. 3 x 250ml These bottles are NOT letterbox friendly, if you are not in when delivered, you may need to collect the package from the post office.
The Snow Child (Thorndike Press Large Print Historical Fiction) - Eowyn Ivey
Winner of the Specsavers International Author Book of the Year 2012. A Richard and Judy Autumn Book Club 2012 Choice. Alaska, 1920: a brutal place to...... more
Winner of the Specsavers International Author Book of the Year 2012. A Richard and Judy Autumn Book Club 2012 Choice. Alaska, 1920: a brutal place to homestead, and especially tough for recent arrivals Jack and Mabel. Childless, they are drifting apart--he breaking under the weight of the work of the farm; she crumbling from loneliness and despair. In a moment of levity during the season's first snowfall, they build a child out of snow. The next morning the snow child is gone--but they glimpse a young, blonde-haired girl running through the trees. This little girl, who calls herself Faina, seems to be a child of the woods. She hunts with a red fox at her side, skims lightly across the snow, and somehow survives alone in the Alaskan wilderness. As Jack and Mabel struggle to understand this child who could have stepped from the pages of a fairy tale, they come to love her as their own daughter. But in this beautiful, violent place things are rarely as they appear, and what they eventually learn about Faina will transform all of them. (Large Print Edition)
Classical Chillout for Solo Piano (Music) - 0711992371
The very best of the top-selling albums 'Classical Chillout' volumes 1 and 2 in one collection arranged for solo piano. Includes 'Aquarium' from the Carnival Of...... more
The very best of the top-selling albums 'Classical Chillout' volumes 1 and 2 in one collection arranged for solo piano. Includes 'Aquarium' from the Carnival Of The Animals, featured in the Specsavers TV advertisment, 'Barcarolle' from the Tales Of Hoffmann featured in the film Lorenzo's Oil, and 'The Ashokan Farewell' featured in the TV series The Civil War. Contents / Song list Barcarolle (The Tales Of Hoffmann) [Offenbach, Jacques] The Ashokan Farewell [Ungar, Jay] Sheep May Safely Graze (Cantata No. 208) [Bach, Johann Sebastian] Sous Le Dome Epais (Flower Duet - Lakme) [Delibes, Leo] Aria (Goldberg Variations) [Bach, Johann Sebastian] Ave Verum Corpus [Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus] Gnossienne No.1 [Satie, Erik] Merry Christmas, Mr Lawrence [Sakamoto, Ryuichi] Gymnopedie No.1 [Satie, Erik] Moonlight Sonata Op.27 No. 2 [Beethoven, Ludwig Van] Clair De Lune (Suite Bergamasque) [Debussy, Claude] Chi Mai [Morricone, Ennio] Perpetuum Mobile [Jeffes, Simon] Allegretto (Figlio Perduto - Symphony No.7) [Beethoven, Ludwig Van] Time To Say Goodbye [Quarantotto, Lucio] [Sartori, Francesco] Jean De Florette Theme [Petit, Jean-claude] Piano Concerto No.5 (2nd Movement) [Bach, Johann Sebastian] Sarabande In D Minor [Handel, George Frideric] Aquarium (The Carnival Of The Animals) [Saint-saens, Camille] Romance (Piano Concerto No.1) [Chopin, Frederic]
Give Me the Money and I'll Shoot!: Finance Your Factual TV/Film Project (Professional Media Practice) (Methuen Drama) - Nicola Lees
The must-have guide to traditional, emerging and creative TV funding models that are being developed and exploited by social media-savvy documentary filmmakers....... more
The must-have guide to traditional, emerging and creative TV funding models that are being developed and exploited by social media-savvy documentary filmmakers. Each chapter covers a different form of funding and combines advice from industry insiders - producers, buyers, specialist media agencies and corporate funding bodies - and entertaining case studies that illustrate the benefits and pitfalls of each method. With practical tips, case studies and advice it reveals what grantors, brands and NGOs are looking for in a pitch (they all have different needs and expectations), and the cultural differences that can trip up the unwary producer. Funding examples range from blue-chip TV documentaries, such as Planet Earth, which was co-funded by the BBC, Discovery NHK and CBC to The TV Book Club (More 4), which is funded by Specsavers opticians; to Lemonade Movie, which harnessed the power of Twitter to source free equipment and post-production resources. Readers will discover: the difference between co-productions, pre-sales and acquisitions; how to develop and pitch advertiser funded programming; the new rules on product placement; where to hunt for foundation and grant funding and how to fill in those fiendish application forms; the power of crowd-funding and how to harness the internet; how to sniff out grants and funds held in non-film focused organisations such as the Wellcome Trust; why corporations are keen to fund your documentary and how to get them to part with their money without giving up your editorial control.
Advantages: Great Contact Lenses Disadvantages: Dissapointing Service
...Ive used Specsavers for many years now as I have needed Glasses since the age of eleven and Specsavers was the first place my mum took me too. Then since the age of eighteen I started also buying contact lenses from her.
So I am sure from the name or just general knowledge many of you can tell that Specsavers is an opticians and if you didn't know then you do now. They have the highest market...
28.02.2012 22:13 ·Read review
Ciao members have rated this review on average helpful
Review of Specsavers
Advantages: Decent prices, good customer service Disadvantages: None really
...I first became a customer at Specsavers when I realised about six years ago that I was having trouble seeing the board in college. At the time my mother was paying for my glasses and contact lenses and therefore it was her decision which opticians I should go to. To be honest Specsavers was just the closest to our house and most convenient at the time which I assume is why we went there...
28.11.2009 21:55 ·Read review
Ciao members have rated this review on average helpful
Review of Specsavers
Advantages: Easy to insert/remove (with practice), comfortable, easy to store/clean, no need for glasses! Disadvantages: Price? can make my eyes feel dry and the solution is delivered everytime
...Specsavers Soft Contact Lenses I have been going to Specsavers for years now for eye checks and I have also been purchasing my glasses from Specsavers for the past five years or so. Although I went with a friend to her contact lens appointment and she kept saying how amazing contacts were ? so a couple of weeks after that I booked my own contact lens appointment to see if...