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F&F Floral Hard Sunglasses Case

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Brand: Tesco F&F

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      14.05.2013 19:01
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      My daughter loves wearing sunglasses but she loses them so quickly. We've had to buy new sunglasses this year as she's lost the three pairs she had last year because she was using them as part of her dress up play but they have disappeared. I spotted a sunglasses case in Tesco and thought it would be a good way for my daughter to keep her glasses close without losing them.

      The floral sunglasses case is available to buy from Tesco either in store or online and currently costs £3, if you are ordering online a delivery charge will apply. There were a few different designs of sunglasses cases to choose from but my daughter chose this floral design.

      The case is made from a hard material which is perfect for my daughter who doesn't really pay much attention. It means she can drop it but the sunglasses inside will still be in one piece as they are well protected! Another great point about this case is that there isn't any type of clasp or fastening so my three and a half year old can get the case open independently. All you have to do is pull each side back and it open on its own, even though it's easy to open, it still stays securely closed when it is shut so you get the best of both worlds, easy to open, but keeps sunglasses inside when closed and you don't need to worry about it breaking open.

      The overall look of the case is quite girly but it has quite a modern look to it too. It's got a bright pink background with white and very pale purple, evenly sized, flowers covering the whole thing. I definitely think the pink appealed to my daughter and that's why she chose this one! There are two white handles, one on either side of the case, and my daughter can carry it without any problems and when she's got her hands down it doesn't drag along the floor as the handles are quite small.

      The size inside the case is good, my daughter only has small sunglasses, obviously, and they fit in without a problem and there is room to spare so they would fit in slightly bigger sunglasses too. I've tried fitting mine inside but they are too big. The inside also has a soft lining to keep the sunglasses in a good condition whilst inside the case, so if it does get dropped, the sunglasses don't end up getting bashed and broken in the process. Since using this sunglasses case, none of my daughters sunglasses have magically disappeared or broken, which is nothing short of a miracle for my daughter.

      At only £3, I think this floral sunglasses case from Tesco's F&F range is a bargain. It is extremely well made and durable, it has plenty of room for children's sunglasses, has a hard exterior and soft interior and most importantly, keeps my daughters sunglasses safe when we are about and about, no chance of losing them now!

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