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This game has been specially designed to test analytical skill and dexterity - it requires such concentration that it induces a wonderful zen-like calm - combining timeless game play with a true touch of class.
Totally addictive Gravity
pounds 5 This great pen uses the principle of intersecting magnetic fields to hold itself in place as if it were suspended in air. A high shine nickel-plated zinc alloy cover and stylish, contemporary design make it a great desktop accessory for any executive.
Great way to ensure you don't lose your pen at work
The Body Opponent Bag is filled with durable urethane foam and has a high-strength plastisol skin. Bob stands between 5'6" and 6' tall and the polyethylene base can be filled with sand or water.
Great way to keep fit at home
There's no point in putting hours of effort into getting in shape only to let things slide when you can't get to the gym. Aqua Bells, weigh just 24 ounces when collapsed, and fill up to a maximum of 16lbs per dumb bell.
Stay fit wherever you are
This little space robot needs your love and affection to help him learn to walk, talk, sing, dance and play games - the more you interact with him, the more he will do. Pino gradually learns by responding to stimuli via a variety of sensors.
Great fun for the kids at Christmas
All items available from www.gadgetshop.com stores nationwide, or on 0800 783 8343, unless otherwise stated
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Dec 6, 2003|
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