Wednesday, 30 August 2017

Esmara LED Trainers

Well, we go back to the trainers again, seriously, the reliability of the LED trainers I had last time were dire, since one Night out can cause them to be a dead shoe in a instant. But recently the news shoed off a article that Lidl are producing some LED trainers under the Esmara brand. So, I did do an impulse and purchase them. Costing me £16.99 frol my local lidl, they have a nice feel and hopefully become more than what i hoped for.

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Enjoy a video review below:

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The Packaging: 

Now this is where instantly I feel a better vibe to the shoes from banggood, the box was decent, the design felt modern, you know what you were buying and it even shows the different colours without much hassle to find them. This makes it appealing, okay sure the sides are the same but the front and back can show off what makes it stand out. 

The front of the Box

The back of the box 

The side of the box which includes the UK and EU shoe size

The other side which includes the EAN code

The other side which includes a EAN barcode

The final side which is just how it is. 

Open up inside:

Now we look into the box, it opens up like a fold out shoebox which i think is a nice touch to it as well. But when you open it, the tissue for the shoes are shown which protected it and there is NO manual, only the tags and string to tie them together. 
You can tell the quality is much more sturdy for the material compared to the others shoes, the sole is thicker and its easier to find the button and charger as well on each shoe.

A look inside the box

Peeking into the sole

You can see the USB connector and the button

The soles are still the same as the others but it is slightly thicker to help show off the colours and also make sure that it will be comfortable when running. The inner side of the shoe is also going to that effect and it shoes it off.

The back of the shoes

Underneath looks quite good

It shows off nicely

You can see the thickness of them from this side. 

A look at the front of the trainers

This is a better view of the inside

The cable is also the same as the other USB cable with the shoe, nothing special but its handy to have a split cable as always.

The split micro usb cable

Trying on the Shoes: 

This is my point of the tricky part, since my feet are a size 9 Wide and these are a 7, so its a guess of me not being able to fit but lucky that I actually can have good fitting with them, the wide feet did actually fit nicely but my only gripe was that the heel was slipping out quite a fair bit. The laces i managed to get tied up nicely but they are longer than i thought. 

In the shoes

They don't fit as bad as i thought

Nice n snug

Once they were tried on, it was time to walk, the laces were done but one did hang over the shoe, I bent down to press the button and it worked first time, it worked and the button was not as tricky as the other shoes too. I even did a walk around in them. 

behind shot

Front shot

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I did run in them and it was ok, the heel i nearly slipped out of but that can be sorted easily. With this in mind.

omracer's Rating: 7/10

The Good Points: 

  • Great Value
  • More more reliable material
  • Good box design
  • Quite Comfortable
  • Bright LED lights

The Bad Points: 

  • Can be hard to source outside of a lidl sale
  • Only a size 7 maximum
  • The laces can be too long

And that brings the reviews in august to a close. There should be more reviews in September if i get time during my new work life as well as vlogs too. Stay fitted to have a see of new coming soon.


Saturday, 19 August 2017

hEAT ‘EM UP Doner Kebab with Spicy Chilli Sauce.

With a new bit of food to buy when I was shopping last week, I noticed this little gem of a meal. £1.00 for a Doner Kebab, then yes please. So I bought this and another meal but this one was more popular to review according to a Twitter Poll.

This was £1.00 in Tesco (not listed in link but company is) and I enjoyed it, you can see the video below:

The Packaging. 

What caught my eye was the BOLD colours and big text and a picture of the kebab. The Price on the corner also helps to give attention to you. In all honesty though, green text on purple backgrounds is not the best to see but a few bits of it was, not all. The info was dense on the other side of the boxes but the main sides were clear and simple to read. 

The front of the Box

Its the back of the box but it doesn't feel like 

The side of the box with a same advert

The top of the box

Another side of the box with the ingredients and nutrition info

The bottom of the box with the barcode

How it looks:

Well, once its out of the box, it doesn't look as filled as the photo but there is something in there and the sachet of sauce is quite runny from the prediction. But some onions that were frozen were also loose as well. Its a nice size for the pita bread which gives some extra additions if you wanted it. The meat is a bit small amount and the onions were a nice fair size with what was not falling out of the packaging.

You can see how much onions are in there

The meat is not as much

The size of the bread

The sauce was a small size, it was not fully loaded but it wasn't a bag of air, so you do get a bit of it. 

The sachet of spicy chilli sauce

How to cook it:

This was actually quite an easy 12 simple steps:
  1. Get a plate & Mug
  2. Boil a kettle with water in
  3. Unrwap the Kebab's packaging
  4. Put kebab on plate
  5.  Pour water into mug
  6. Put sachet in mug
  7. Put plate in for 3 minutes
  8. Wait until cooked
  9. Take plate out of Microwave 
  10. Take sachet out of mug
  11.  Pour sachet onto kebab
  12. Fold up and enjoy
Sachet in Mug

Cooking in microwave

The final result unwrapped

The Final result

How did it taste: 

Well, that was actually a nice taste to it, okay its not that rich in its meat but the lamb you could taste and the onions were quite good and the sauce was nice but then after a few bites, it was going into that lip burning sensation, this was while it was dripping on the table. But for a meal its actually filling enough for some smaller appetites, for me maybe a bit small. But the bread allows for more to be crammed in which intense flavours like crisps, chicken, biscuits could be added in there. 

With this in mind

omracer's Rating: 8/10

The Good Points:

  • Good Value
  • A good simple taste
  • Not that tiny bread
  • Bright packaging
  • Has a sauce with it

The Bad Points:

  • Not available in All Tesco Stores
  • The meat isn't that much
  • The sauce can be runny

That's all for a short while and I will be reviewing more and vlogging soon...