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These things are great, my son loved his.

However, don't you think it bad that people think they can charge so much more because they added the 'multi-sensory' bit. I bought ours for 99p at an outdoors shop.
If you search on ebay for 'foil blanket' you can compare the huge differences in price.
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(02-05-2010, 01:43 PM)Dawn Wrote: These things are great, my son loved his.

However, don't you think it bad that people think they can charge so much more because they added the 'multi-sensory' bit. I bought ours for 99p at an outdoors shop.
If you search on ebay for 'foil blanket' you can compare the huge differences in price.
Very true Dawn
http://www.hivis.net/287/First-Aid-Equipment/Foil-Blanket/Single/froogle

Starting from 75 pence and heading down in price....9

Is there actually any diffrence between the two?
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The space blanket looks great it looks as if it has colours in it, or am i seeing things. ??
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that shiny blanket looks great and i think i can see colours in it.


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