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Treatball Automatic Hand Sensor - Large (Red)
Now this is a 21st century sweet devouring device that anyone can enjoy! If you like that retro look in your home enjoy faff free gadgets and like a handful of treats every now and then then this automatic hand sensor Treatball should be right up your street! Fill the treatball with your favourite sweat or savoury snacks place in a handy location and simply place your hand underneath the dispenser to release your treats! No twists no slots no switches...just a treatball that keeps things simple. Depending on how much you would like to gobble down each time there are three settings to choose from to suit you goody fixing needs. Small handful large handful...or a bowl full. We like the idea of the bowl full but how big is your fix? - J.D. Features: Motion sensor dispenser 3 dispense settings Refillable and easy to take apart for cleaning Requires 4 x AA batteries - not included Treats not included Boxed dimensions: 23 x 23 x 31cm Weight: 1.6kg
£17.99 £24.95 (- 28%)
Spitfire Round Sunglasses - Black
Sunglasses by Spitfire Lightweight round frames Adjustable silicone nose pads for added comfort Gradient tinted lenses Slim arms with curved temple tips for a secure fit Total UV protection ABOUT SPITFIRE London based label Spitfire has garnered a cult following with its cutting-edge eyewear featuring imaginative style details such as removable UV lenses and electric-bright plastic frames. Inspired by the constant evolution of the urban aesthetic Spitfire's fusion of technical design and creative flair is masterful look to the label for a retro-cool range of wayfarers clubmasters visors and round sunglasses alongside a selection of styles exclusive to ASOS.
Oliver Peoples Gregory Peck Tortoiseshell Acetate Optical Glasses
"You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view," advised Atticus Finch in Ms Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird , and these Oliver Peoples optical glasses offer a fresh perspective on quality design and craftsmanship. Mr Gregory Peck - who famously portrayed the lawyer in the 1962 film adaptation of the novel - was the inspiration behind this olive acetate pair. Uphold the retro feel with a tailored suit and brogues.
by Mr Porter