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Lakeland products - fab or gimmick

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TracyK Wed 18-May-05 18:57:10

Just looking htrough their catalogue and have spent about £200 already on their products.
Are they really good or something that will end up gathering dust?
things like keep fresh things, chopping things, washing machine balls etc

moondog Wed 18-May-05 19:06:11

It's a bizarre mix of essentials and fripperies for menopausal women with too much time on their hands. That's what makes it sooooo addictive.

Weatherwax Wed 18-May-05 19:42:09

I love the keep fresh green bags. I find they definitely work. If I leave carrots in the fridge w/o the bag they die much earlier than the ones in the bag.

Hausfrau Wed 18-May-05 19:44:40

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Twiglett Wed 18-May-05 19:46:39

love the burger maker from lakeland

PuffTheMagicDragon Wed 18-May-05 19:47:27

I regularly make a big order online, then think, "bloody hell, do I really need this lot" and wipe it.

Like the sound of the fresh bags though.

Do they do supersize so I can put myself in one?

moondog Wed 18-May-05 19:56:32

lol puff! The times I've done the same-!

SaintGeorge Wed 18-May-05 21:02:24

Love most of Lakelands stuff - but I buy Betterware instead. It's cheaper.

mummycan Wed 18-May-05 21:13:40

I have the remoska and it is fantastic!

Tissy Wed 18-May-05 21:15:02

Mabu cloths- superb!

jampots Wed 18-May-05 21:16:31

magic balls - brill
cloth thing you throw in teh wash - brill
recycling bags - brill

Altogether its pretty good

JoolsToo Wed 18-May-05 21:18:21

the fbest thing in alkeand wa s my mate got some stainlews steel pans for £20 then we wsnaw them in Beales for £80 - sooooperb!

dropinthe Wed 18-May-05 21:19:43

If anything can coax Cod back its Lake land!

JoolsToo Wed 18-May-05 21:26:01

she's teezin us

wordgirl Wed 18-May-05 21:26:50

Good Housekeeping tested those washing machine balls and reckoned they didn't get the clothes any cleaner than if they had just been washed without detergent or anything else.

Dior Wed 18-May-05 22:43:22

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