Tag Archives: editors picks

ProCook Cast Iron Cookware

As I hit my late twenties I began to look lovingly at pans. A concept quite alien to me before, I suddenly realised why my mum often drooled over pans costing a fortune. Following the crowd, I bit the bullet and forked out for a set of saucepans from a leading brand *cough* Crueset. These were a disappointment from the …

Read More »

Paddywax Library Diffuser

Now the Oscar Wilde Paddywax diffuser one has a fragrance unlike any other, like a beautiful man’s aftershave it delights entices and relaxes. The office smells absolutely delightful while the diffuser looks incredibly elegant. Martina, our editor, adores any products that relate to libraries, books or maps (she was a geek in a former life) and this ticks every box. …

Read More »

Moonpig Breakfast in Bed Hamper

Moonpig Breakfast in Bed Hamper Review in time for Mother’s Day Moonpig have long since dominated the market on personalised cards so it makes sense that they’d introduce gifts too. Our first experience of these was the breakfast in bed hamper. For the price we didn’t expect a lot, so many hampers are such a disappointment as you realise you …

Read More »

Little Helper Cooking Pod

Little Helper Cooking Pod Review At home all three children have been brought up cooking with me. Many friends look on in despair as I ignore the mess and let the kids pull up a chair. My nine year old and thirteen year old can now follow a recipe and cook with very little mess however my two year old …

Read More »

Be.ez Le Reporter Bag

Be.ez reporter bag review

As a freelance journalist I loved this bag immediately for its name alone. Despite holding my job title for nearly a decade I still love products that shout it from the rooftops for me. The reporter bag seemed to do just that. After falling for the name, I fell for the space. Why can’t women’s handbags be like this? Mine …

Read More »

Ragged Rose Apron

We fought over this apron at The Consumer Voice as it is the first we’ve seen that actually flatters the figure. Our under 40 reviewers were quite skeptical about wearing a pinny until they saw this. It’s removed the old notions that pinnies are just for grandparents as with a contemporary colour combined with a traditional floral design it makes …

Read More »