Boots 'Shapers' Salt & Vinegar Crispy Discs Reviews
Product Type: Boots Snacks
Newest Review: ... as the stats that is because the Shapers name is part of a brand and line within Boots which are involved to create a meal ... more
by - written on 23/04/10, updated on 27/04/10 (Very useful, 106 readings)
I recently read a review on dooyoo for Discos crisps (slim round crunchy crisps), which made me feel like eating them, and when I found myself in Boots recently, chomping at the bit for my next snack fix, I spotted these little discy things which looked sneakily similar. I'm all for healthier versions of fattening things which make you feel less guilty (as long as they live up to the taste test) so here I am reviewing! It's been a while since I've eaten Discos, but the memory of them is still fresh in my head, just like my first love... These dieters versions of Discos come in a light blue packet, and cost something like 42p for a 21 gram bag , which is fairly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/09, updated on 02/04/09 (Very useful, 109 readings)
Being a crisp-a-holic I'm always on the look out for new types of crisps I haven't tried before and although I'm not a weight watcher as such I am conscious of constantly eating rubbish, which I do usually! The Packaging.... 21g turquoise plastic outer packet which is silver foil on the inside. On the outside of the packet in white and turquoise writing I'm told they are Shapers Salt & Vinegar Crispy Discs and 'What does the perfect snack need? Salt, vinegar and welcoming tastebuds'. I'm then told the bag contains 92 Calories and that the 'discs' contain no artificial colours & flavours and no hydrogenated fats. Then there is a photograph of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/09 (Very useful, 271 readings)
I find myself popping into Boots for my lunch several times a week and always ejoy trying the different product in their 'Shapers' range. If I'm not careful I can easily sit at my lunch and eat yummy but unhealthy snacks from our work canteen all day, so I go for Boots' healthy option if I can, which at least I know isn't too bad for me! I usually go for a 'meal deal' which is £2.99 for a sandwich/salad, snack and a drink, but purchased separately these are 39p - at least as cheap as any other crisps. I should point out that if you buy 5 meal deals in a month, you get the 6th free, so save yourself £2.99... The Crispy Discs come in an attractive ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/12 (Very useful, 71 readings)
I have been working my way through snacks in the Boots Shapers range on the days when I haven't made anything to take to work. On those days I used to be tempted by a packet of crisps or a chocolate bar as they are convenient. So I decided if I was going to have these I may as well try out the low calorie options that Boots offer. The Shapers range covers a lot of snack foods such as sandwiches, chocolate bars and crisps. Like all of the savoury snacks, the salt and vinegar Crispy Discs come in at under 100 calories, 96 to be precise. You can combine some of the foods in a 500 calorie or less meal deal, but I haven't done this as there isn't much choice of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/12 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Brief ~~~ I have had these crisps quite a few times now, there are 2 Boots local to me; I find that I buy these more in one Boots to another and the reason being is to their 'crafty' location of this product. The store in which I buy them from the most is the one where they are at the side of the tills; when there is a queue the line often runs past the shelf precisely were these are stocked and thus I always end up grabbing at least 1 bag normally 2. More Information ~~~~~~~~~~~ These are in appearance quite similar to DISCOS; as they are quite circular however I feel they are a lot thinner than discos. The are suitable for ... Read the complete review
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