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Excellent

“Brilliant Begles Belt”

published 22/10/2016

AdvantagesComfortable, looks nice, well made

DisadvantagesMore expensive than non-brnaded belts

...I have to wear a belt for work and the belt that I am issued with as part of my uniform is really uncomfortable because it is quite stiff and I am always aware that I am wearing it throughout the day. I spoke to one of my work colleague about this, and she suggested a Diesel belt as she found them very comfortable. I had a look online (who knew there would be so many belt to pick from...

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Excellent

“Superdry Belt”

published 23/11/2016

AdvantagesHigh quality, designer brand.

DisadvantagesShame about the lack of holes in the belt.

...First impressions Over the years I must have worn dozens of belts. You usually get them with pairs of smart trousers as standard, though they are more to make the trousers functional than to set a style trend, and with costs kept to a minimum you are going to end up with wafer thin leather and a run of holes that are sure to take some abuse. Needless to say, the belt won?t last long. Cue...

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Satisfactory

“Makita Leather Belt”

published 13/10/2016

AdvantagesWon't last long enough to bug you.

DisadvantagesPoor quality, wafer thin leather, expensive for what it is.

...of suppliers, and when it comes to clothing I am therefore drawn to certain brands. I didn?t know that the Makita brand was known for its leather belts, though it could well be after this review, but not for all the right reasons. A belt that could be worn with a smart pair of trousers or jeans was not what I had in mind from Makita, but they do also sell the utility belts if you are a true DIY fan...

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