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Description This is a Toughphone but not as you know it. The Pro-Talk is a powerhouse of technology all wrapped up in a fully waterproof and dustproof shell. A built-in two-way radio with PMR and dual SIM provide... more

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Description Pull along telephone with 2 modes of play: Music mode: 10 lively melodies. Learning mode: 0-9 telephone pad teaches number identification. Friendly voice encourages interaction. Lift off receiver for ... more

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Review of TalkTalk

Satisfactory

“Tiscali > TalkTalk”

published 13/06/2012

Free TT customer Calls, Fairly Stable Online Service

Customer/Technical Service, Internet speed, Modem, Terms and Conditions, email

...When I acquired my first internet/landline service from Tiscali several years ago, I hadn't the faintest clue of how to set up either properly. Luckily back then, the help from Tiscali was just fine and everything was sorted, no problems with anything except little hiccups that are expected. Enter TalkTalk. I received an alarming letter stating that Tiscali's UK systems had been purchased by TT...

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Review of Fireman Sam 12" Talking Norman

Excellent

“Talking Norman Price”

published 31/12/2014

Instantly recognisable, 6 different phrases and theme tune

None

...My little boy received this talking Norman toy for his first birthday in November. The character is Norman Price from Fireman Sam, which is my son?s favourite cartoon. It is a 12 inch soft toy, which is activated by pressing his left hand. It retails for around £14.99 at full price, but I have seen this in places such as Home Bargains at a discounted price. As with most cartoon characters...

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Review of Talking Book - Stevie Wonder

Excellent

Pure brilliance, funky, atmospheric, moody, deep

None of significance

...NB: This is a heavily revised version of my review which I originally published some years ago on Dooyoo under my GentleGenius user name. Back in 1973, Stevie Wonder reached no.16 in the UK with his Talking Book album, a collection of songs which are mixed in mood. Two singles were released from the album, the first being Superstition, making it to no.11 in the UK at the same time as the album...

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