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Friday, 22 January 2010
Baby's love toys that they can make light up and make noises by pressing buttons. The only down side to these types of toys is that they usually need endless supplies of batteries which is not only annoying and expensive but is bad for the environment as well.
If your anything like me, it takes a while before you a) remember to buy batteries and then b) find the time to unscrew the toy and replace the batteries. This is my main reasoning behind stocking our two new products the Eco Toy Telephone and the Eco Toy Radio.
Both toys are dynamo powered, simply wind up or shake - NO BATTERIES REQUIRED!!
Absolutely brilliant in my opinion and we will diffinately be adding more products to the range in the future.
Sunday, 10 January 2010
Well as I write this it is snowing steadily outside and I took this photo on my walk along the Quay this morning heading to the shop. Everyone here has taken down their decorations and the Christmas and the New Year celebrations are all over and done with for another year. It was a busy December here in Looe and as usual the New Year was celebrated with style around the streets and pubs with a brilliant firework display on the Banjo Pier to end it. A big thank you to the organisers again and thankfully the weather held off although it was a bitter cold night. January is a quiet month in Looe but you can notice the evenings starting to pull out and once we get into February you can almost feel the warmth of the sun. I have heard that there are already a lot of provisional bookings from visitors for the coming season and it is always nice to have people in the shop that have been coming to Looe for many years and can even remember what they bought in here the last time they popped in although there are always new lines and ideas for them to browse through. I hope to see you in 2010 and a Happy New Year to you all.
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