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  1.  Nat's husband..


    Bought this phone for my wife as a replacement for her worn out Siemens CL75 and even worse Samsung E250 (which I reviewed elsewhere on Play, but seems to have been deleted!!!!) .
    what a smart, quality looking phone, really pleased with it.
    Really nice weight and just feels quality in your hand. The battery cover is covered with an embossed leatherette material and the front of the phone has nice 'girly' engraving around the large high res' screen.
    Its a Nokia, so a piece of cake to operate and has a long battery life (even at one week old).
    You dont see phones like this everyday, so if you want some 'exclusivity' get yourself one of these, you wont regret it. 10 out of 10 to Nokia for design AND function.

  2.  Great concert dvd..


    Great value full concert, no editing so includes some stories of Dido's past.
    Absolutely fantastic, cant stop playing the dvd .. one great song finishes and you think it cant get better .. then it does! Crank up the volume and enjoy a great voice backed with dedicated musicians.. LOVE IT!

  3.  dont expect tons of CGA


    I'm with those who thought it was going to resemble Narnia.. how glad I was then, when this turned out to be a compelling tale of two outcast kids dealing with the trials and tribulations of childhood.
    I'm a 41 year old dad and watched this film with my two sons (7 and 12). In two or three places (esp when Jess is comforted by his father) i really struggled to keep the tears back and so glad the kids didn't ask any questions.. :-(.
    definately has the ability to turn you into an emotional wreck.

  4.  Creative Zen V


    Could be a great little device, unfortunately the inability to 'custom sort' downloaded tracks is highly irritating.
    Unlike the Zen Nano, it will scatter tracks at random throughout your library. Unless your installing complete CD's (which ARE given a folder) prepare to be frustrated at trying to keep your favourite tracks together.