GIFTED Firmoo Glasses Product Review 2023

In today’s video, I’ve got something exciting to share with you all. The fantastic folks over at Furmoo sent me a pair of their glasses to test out, and I can’t wait to give you the lowdown on these stylish frames.

If you’re in the market for new glasses, you’ll definitely want to check out Furmoo’s website. Trust me, everything on their site is super reasonably priced, which is a game-changer for eyewear lovers like me. They offer a range of options, from single vision to thinning-down lenses and even those nifty transition lenses.

As someone who has been wearing glasses for years, I was eager to see how Furmoo’s products stacked up.

I decided to pick out a random frame, and I’ll be sharing my honest thoughts on the comfort, style, and overall quality in this video.

Have you had any experience with Furmoo? I’d love to hear your thoughts and if you’ve made any purchases from them, be sure to drop your comments down below.

PROMO CODE First glasses frame £5:Munro5

It’s important to note that all the views and opinions expressed in my blog posts and vlogs are entirely personal, have not been influenced in any way and reflect my individual perspective. I value authenticity and honesty above all, and my content is a genuine reflection of my thoughts and experiences.

The Festival Bag from Paper Bag Company Product Review VLOG

With the return of festivals finally here, at Paper Bag Co we have created the ultimate ‘Leave No Trace’ Festival Bag to add to our paper bags product range. This bag is for people who love attending festivals, traveling, or camping, but also want to keep their impact on the planet to a minimum.

Read my full blog review here and watch the VLOG review below

Bagging Stob Dubh & Stob Coire (Buachaille Etive Beag) Munro 9 & 10 4K

I have bagged 8 Munros so far and in all that time I didn’t really know some of the basics of hiking, so I spotted this day course on Facebook and thought it sounded very good.

I have to admit the boots I have are so good, my feet were not sore from start to finish so if your looking for good boots check out my shop

⛰️Stob Dubh (Buachaille Etive Beag) Munro 9 – 956m⁣
⛰️Stob Coire (Buachaille Etive Beag) Munro 10 – 925m

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