Asda Neon Straws Reviews
Product Type: Asda in Homeware
Description:Brand: Asda / Misc House Type: Party Supplies
Newest Review: ... straws. It's not too tight so you can just slid the straws out all in one go or you can take them out one by one. They're not ... more
Customer Asda Neon Straws Reviews (11)
by - written on 15/03/13 (Very useful, 27 readings)
While browsing the party section in Asda I saw a very attractive packet of neon straws which for a party are perfect, and for kids they're very attractive so perfect for children's parties. I have not seen anything like these in other supermarkets. I know Sainsbury's and Tesco do straws for kids but they're not fluorescent neon! All the cool kids have neon straws now you know... The packaging is just a thin plastic film wrapped around the straws. It's not too tight so you can just slid the straws out all in one go or you can take them out one by one. They're not tied up or bound inside by anything so you can loosely dish them out. They are pretty ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/03/13 (Very useful, 22 readings)
I like to keep straws in the house for when my teeth are sensitive to try and save them a little bit, also they are handy to use at parties, especially for children parties. Also I would use them quite often to drink out of tins of coke as I do not like drinking from a tin. I bought in a pack of them recently and used them at my fiancÚs birthday party, they were liked well by both the children and the adults. The Straws These straws are available in Asda, they are neon coloured and come in pink, orange, green and yellow, the colours are quite nice looking and are really bright and neon like. These colours are quite unisex although the little girls at my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/12 (Very useful, 32 readings)
~~~~~~~~~~ Cheapo straws ~~~~~~~~~~ My daughter, who is nearly four, likes to have her milk before bedtime in a cup with a straw. I also tend to give her a straw if she has juice to drink, as it's supposed to be better for her teeth. However drinking straws are one of those items that I certainly don't expect to pay a lot of money for! I do a lot of my shopping online with Asda these days, and spotting these recently I decided they would be just what I need for my little girl's beverages! Coming in at just 75p for a pack of 150, these brightly coloured straws looked like they would appeal to her girlie side. ~~~~~~~~~~~ Bright ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/11 (Very useful, 52 readings)
A year ago, I had a prolapsed lumber disk (eventually the required surgery) and I found myself unable to sit up for long periods of the day. In the time just before my surgery, I was having to lie flat for around 23 hours a day - and that makes drinking very difficult! I combatted this by using straws....which I know tend to be reserved for children, but in this case it really was the only way I was able to drink without spilling it all over me. My partner tended to by straws whenever he went shopping - and as neither of us are loyal to any particular supermarket, we used a number of different straw brands.....among them was Asda Neon Straws. I assume my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/12/12 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Earlier this year I had a bit of a get together at my house with my female cousins and we decided to have a bit of a cocktail night. I had bought some plastic cocktail glasses from ebay which were all bright neon colours and so when I saw the neon straws in asda I purchased them as well as I knew that they would go well with the glasses. The straws come in a pack of one hundred and from memory I think they cost me around a pound. Whatever the amount I know that I thought that they were cheap enough and just looked that bit more exciting than the usual white straws with coloured stripes on them! The straws come in a clear thin plastic box through ... Read the complete review
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