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Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Artistic Rhinolin Desk Pad from Shoplet

I am loving this new item that I got from Shoplet.com. They sent me this Artistic Rhinolin Desk Pad (AOPLT41S).  It is an ultra smooth writing  surface desk pad  infused with Microban antimicrobial protection that helps  protect your gadget.  This is my first time to have  one of these Desk Pads   and I told myself "Why didn't i get this long time ago?"  Yeah, you know that thought  when you suddenly realize that   a smiple thing can make a big difference in doing your ob.  

Other features include   the non-glare satin finish which reduces eyestrain and is comfortable under pen.Aside from protecting  your desktop, it also beautifies your working space.

My wrist is developing a  callous from  placing my hand on top of my computer table so this is a great addition to my  mini office at home.  For the price of $31.88, you will definitely get it back through the benefits that this  Rhinolin offers.  This could be a great  option for  companies to  give out to as promotional products .  They can  put their  company's name or logo in it and it would be  stylish to use in every office.

If you are living in  UK, Shoplet UK also  carries  Office Supplies like Office Stationery and other Promotional Products such as  Promotional shirts, so make sure to check on them.  I highly recommend this  for those who constantly works in front of the computer, it is safe for all desk finishes  and it's a durable and washable surface.  Check it out and get you one!

Thanks again Shoplet!

Disclaimer:  The author of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review.  Opinions  being expressed is  not in anyway influenced by other factors.  The product/s   mentioned above was provided for FREE  for evaluation purposes.

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