Asda Smartprice Foil Reviews
Product Type: Asda Kitchenware
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Kitchen foil
Newest Review: ... and is currently available from Asda for less than a pound which I think is great value for money, especially as a roll lasts ... more
by - written on 17/10/13 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I use a quite a lot of foil and so I decided to give this one a go because it was cheap to buy and I hadn't bought it before so thought it was about time I gave it a try. I do like some of the Smart Price products and often find they are as good as any branded kind. The foil comes inside a cardboard box which just has the name clearly on the front and so can be easily spotted on a shelf. The foil is wrapped around a cardboard tube. The foil looks like any other brand of foil. This foil is a little thinner than a branded kind and it does tend tear more easily because of the thickness of it. I find it doesn't tear so easily if I am not too heavy handed and tear ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/13 (Very useful, 44 readings)
The last few months for me have been party after party. Mostly these have been childrens parties we have attended, which means cards and presents have been bought, costumes bought, goody bags prepared and cakes have been made. And to top it all off, a whole heap of food has been eaten ( definitely not diet season! ). One of the things I always have in one of my kitchen drawers is tin foil that is a must during party season. I bought this one from Asda for 72p. Why did I buy this? To be honest I normally buy my usual from Home Bargains, as I find the width and length very generous and the price is good. But I didn't have time to go and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/13, updated on 22/11/13 (Very useful, 12 readings)
I purchase this foil every week from Asda, as i shop there weekly. Sadly i will not be giving this foil the full amount of stars. In this review i will be describing some info about the product and also my experiences with the foil too! PRODUCT This foil comes in a 20m roll. It is warped up and well protected. But when it comes to unwrapping it is gets really difficult. If you are lucky you will get a good piece rolled out nicely. As well as this it is tightly compacted, with too much foil. This roll had cost me 72p. But compared to other foil rolls that was considered as the cheapest. As other foil rolls had prices ranging from £1 - £4 on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/13 (Very useful, 52 readings)
To be honest I was surprised this foil was given so many stars from other Dooyooers. I am afraid I am only awarding it 2 stars. The foil was a good price - just 72p - but on reflection I would rather pay more and buy Bacofoil or similar. The problem is that it comes just in a polythene bag which, once removed, is just left exposed in my cupboard and you do not get the handy ridged tearing guide which is always on other foil boxes. My biggest criticism is that pesky strip of plastic tape that keeps the roll in place. I managed to waste a lot of foil by tearing it off too quickly thus tearing into it. On the plus side though it is a good price when ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/13 (Very useful, 17 readings)
Foil isn't something that I use a lot of to be honest. However, I do consider it one of those things that I am 'lost' without if I don't have any. This foil is from Asda's own brand and is currently available from Asda for less than a pound which I think is great value for money, especially as a roll lasts a very long time. The foil is quite thin which means that it tears easily - this is good as it means that you are not struggling to tear a piece of. However, at the same time it can be too 'weak' and tears easily. Although this isn't a major issue for me. This foil is a kitchen must-have. It's useful to cover left over foods and is also great as ... Read the complete review
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