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Slendertone System Abs Female £79.50 @ John Lewis

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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
These usually RRP for around £120.00 but John Lewis have price-matched this (not sure where it's been matched to) which is a great price for a product which actually appears to work!

I know, it sounds too good to be true, but I spent all last night researching these and couldn't find a bad word said. They genuinely do appear to be effective.

There are also systems for your rear and arms. Bottom systems also price matched. A good buy for some last-minute toning for your holiday (or in my case, some post-holiday recovery!).
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#1
I know, it sounds too good to be true, but I spent all last night researching these and couldn't find a bad word said. They genuinely do appear to be effective.

I think you need to work on your research skills. These are a scam.
#2
"Bottom systems" ?
#3
arduino
I know, it sounds too good to be true, but I spent all last night researching these and couldn't find a bad word said. They genuinely do appear to be effective.

I think you need to work on your research skills. These are a scam.

Bold and indeed potentially libellous claim, what evidence do you have to support it?

Edited By: WBRacing on Jul 29, 2014 09:09: Keeping it legal people.
#4
actually the wife and I have both lost a lot of weight this year and have started using these and two weeks in we can already see it work, it is no scam
#5
WBRacing
arduino
I know, it sounds too good to be true, but I spent all last night researching these and couldn't find a bad word said. They genuinely do appear to be effective.

I think you need to work on your research skills. These are a scam.

Bold and indeed libellous claim, what evidence do you have to support it?

Friends who work in the industry, a quick google search will find you many results.
If people making these claims were in fact being libellous I'm sure these large organisations charging people a fortune for things that don't work would be sueing them. Much like those peddling homeopathic medicine.

Speak to anyone working in a gym, as a personal trainer or a medical professional, they'll advise a sensible diet (not a fad diet) that you have to stick to, then exercise.


Edited By: arduino on Jul 28, 2014 21:03: .
#6
WBRacing
arduino
I know, it sounds too good to be true, but I spent all last night researching these and couldn't find a bad word said. They genuinely do appear to be effective.

I think you need to work on your research skills. These are a scam.

Bold and indeed libellous claim, what evidence do you have to support it?

Also, from a scientific stand point something has to be repeatidly proven before it can be claimed to be "true", where's your proof this works?
#7
arduino
WBRacing
arduino
I know, it sounds too good to be true, but I spent all last night researching these and couldn't find a bad word said. They genuinely do appear to be effective.

I think you need to work on your research skills. These are a scam.

Bold and indeed libellous claim, what evidence do you have to support it?



Friends who work in the industry, a quick google search will find you many results.
If people making these claims were in fact being libellous I'm sure these large organisations charging people a fortune for things that don't work would be sueing them. Much like those peddling homeopathic medicine.

Speak to anyone working in a gym, as a personal trainer or a medical professional, they'll advise a sensible diet (not a fad diet) that you have to stick to, then exercise.


I live with a personal trainer/dietician and previously owned one of these and found it personally to be beneficial. When she found it in a drawer a few years ago it prompted a discussion between us about their effectiveness. It's why I asked as whilst she wasn't exactly complimentary of it, she certainly didn't label it as being in the same league as fake bomb detectors (a proven scam).

After your first post I did some googling and all i found was people moaning that it didn't make them thin - which clearly it wouldn't as a toning device. Nothing that carried any significant weight anyway. Now, do a Google on Slick 50 being not all it is advertised (in some regions) to be, there is loads of evidence on that.

Each to their own, but my first hand experience is that it helped me. I just didn't sit eating crisps whilst waiting for it to make me thin, instead using it to compliment an exercise and diet program I was following.


arduino
WBRacing
arduino
I know, it sounds too good to be true, but I spent all last night researching these and couldn't find a bad word said. They genuinely do appear to be effective.

I think you need to work on your research skills. These are a scam.

Bold and indeed libellous claim, what evidence do you have to support it?

Also, from a scientific stand point something has to be repeatidly proven before it can be claimed to be "true", where's your proof this works?

I have no proof and I don't need any. I am not the one making an accusation. (_;)
#8
WBRacing

I have no proof and I don't need any. I am not the one making an accusation. (_;)

Oh but you do. Before you accuse someone making a libellous comment, have proof that they are wrong in what they say, otherwise you are making libellous accusations!

Edited By: arduino on Jul 28, 2014 21:51
#9
arduino
WBRacing

I have no proof and I don't need any. I am not the one making an accusation. (_;)

Oh but you do. Before you accuse someone making a libellous comment, have proof that they are wrong in what they say, otherwise you are making libellous accusations!

Touché!
#10
WBRacing
arduino
WBRacing

I have no proof and I don't need any. I am not the one making an accusation. (_;)

Oh but you do. Before you accuse someone making a libellous comment, have proof that they are wrong in what they say, otherwise you are making libellous accusations!

Touché!

Yes, it seems people throw accusations around all too often without a basic understanding of the law they accuse others of breaking.

You'd have known this if you understood the basic meaning or legal standing of this term at within law, but you don't.

You'd have found out what this was if you'd looked it up, but you couldn't even be bothered to do that.
#11
arduino
Yes, it seems people throw accusations around all too often without a basic understanding of the law they accuse others of breaking.

You'd have known this if you understood the basic meaning or legal standing of this term at within law, but you don't.

You'd have found out what this was if you'd looked it up, but you couldn't even be bothered to do that.

Your continued arrogance in this thread is most amusing.

I have amended my original statement, I am now back within the law, leaving you to continue on your journey of making potentially libellous accusations without demonstrating any justification, proof, or understanding yourself. :{

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