Dr Who 50th Anniversary Bow Ties iPhone 5 /5s Case

Exclusive, high-quality iPhone case, using digital 3D wrap-around printing technology. The case has a lightweight, super-slim design and can be clipped on and off as and when desired. It both protects and personalises your mobile phone. The handset can be used completely without having to remove the case.

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  • Dr Who 50th Anniversary Bow Ties phone case
  • Clip-on protective case suitable for iPhone 5/5s
  • Lightweight, super-slim design
  • Digital quality print
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Doctor Who Action Figure – Dalek

Join the Doctor’s adventures in time and space with the Doctor Who Dalek Action Figure. The Daleks are the Doctor’s oldest and most fearsome enemies, but even they’re scared of their insane allies in the Dalek Asylum. This Dalek action figure measures 8.5cm tall and has poseable arms.

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  • 3.75″

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New BBC Doctor Who series 4 action figure set River Song Donna Noble The Narrator

Suitable for children Age 5+

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  • Brand new in box
  • BBC Doctor Who
  • Series 4
  • Action figure set
  • 1 x River Song, 1 x Donna Noble, 1 x The Narrator

Top Quality Tardis Doctor Who Police Box Fashion Durable Hard Plastic Cover Case (HD Image) For HTC one x

The case can protect your phone from scratches, slug and dusty. It is a form-Fitting phone case which makes your phone more unique and personalized. If you wan to customize the case with your own picture, you can do it on our shop.
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  • Made of high quality, smooth hard plastic material
  • The phone case is easy to install and remove
  • Protect your phone from scratches, dirt, fingerprints and other daily damages
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  • Image printed using crystal clear enamel coating for long lasting effect

DR WHO Ninth Doctor Collectors Ceramic 3D Mug DR204

Dr Who fans will love this collectors edition 3D face coffee mug. Enjoy watching ‘The Doctor’ while having a brew with this high quality ceramic mug. Features – Collectors edition – 3D face of your favourite Dr Who Doctor – CHRISTOPHER ECCLESON 2005 – Ceramic mug – 11oz

Doctor Who: The Enemy of the World

Patrick Troughton plays a double role, as both the second Doctor and the ruthless Salamander, in this six-part adventure of political intrigue from 1967.

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We are going to put you outside now Salamander, no friends, no allies. NO!!!!!!!!! Special is the kind of word that comes to mind when I think of The Enemy of the World. This serial is one of my absolute favourite Patrick Troughton stories. Mind you, come to think of it, pretty much all of Pat's stories are my fav's. Well, this is something special anyway, no monsters, no evil mind controlling aliens, just good old fashioned DICTATORSHIP. Salamander is unique, never before have we had such a colourful human villain, {apart from Tobius Vaughn of The Invasion} - {another Pat classic}. I fell in love when I first watched this story a few years ago and it has continued to go up in my estimations with every viewing. Patrick Troughton is truly displaying the unbelievable acting talents he had here, the accsent of the great dictator Salamander is fantastic. It really is so different from Pat's normal homely tone. Also, Barry Letts directs one of the most action-packed Doctor Who stories ever made here with great flair and overall the story just exudes expense. Alot of people have stated that this stands out as Doctor Who's go at doing 007, well, they are not wrong. We have a lunatic dictator, exotic countries and settings, futuristic gadgets, gorgeous babes and fast transport. In fact, the only thing we are missing here is Q. Never mind, I'm sure Desmond Llewelyn had better things to do.Moving on to the plot itself, we have a would-be dictator's plot to control the entire world, this serial is set around the year 2000 and earth is in trouble. An inventor, Salamander comes along with the answers to all the worlds demands and requirements and hey presto, he's running everything now. His former worker and associate, Giles Kent wants to overthrow this evil bloke and save the world, or does he?, you'll soon find out. As usual The Doctor lands and straight away gets caught up in events and to nobody's suprise, it turns out he look's just like Salamander, No Way!!!, what a coincidence. Although this seems a little tacked on, it works really well, mainly because the Doctor and Salamander don't meet at every turn, in fact they only meet at the pivital final scene in the TARDIS.Funny enough, The Enemy of the World is the only story of season 5 that does not feature monsters and the typical base-under-siege type scenario. This is probably why the serial is so high up in my estimations, it gives me a break from the norm. The Tomb of the Cybemen had the Cybermen, the Abominable Snowmen had the Yeti, the Ice Warriors had the Ice Warriors {of course}, the Web of Fear had again the Yeti, Fury From the Deep had the Weed creature and the Wheel in space had the Cybermen yet again, so its no wonder the production team wanted a unique and special little 6 part story to break from all these monsters and bases in trouble that we had been subjected to for the past 9 months.And so on to the story's main man, Salamander, he is a perfect foil for the Doctor, truly one of the best written villains for the series, I love his speech mannerisms, flamboyant style and overpowering ego, as well as that imfamous piercing gaze, the eyes of the devil himself no doubt. His cunning and clever atributes are what have propelled him to the top and were it not for the Doctor, Salamander would have succeeded. This creates a great feeling of power in the story and kept me glued to the screen for all 6 episodes. The story is greatly supported by the heavy calabre of guest actors, they really add something special and carry the story beautifully, not forgetting Pat of course who is after all the main man, in more ways than one. I can't say the same of Victoria though, this is probably her worst outing. Here, she does not develop at all, unlike all the other opponents of this classic tale who all get jucier as the story progresses. I will admit however that Victoria, Jamie and the Doctor were my favourite trio during the troughton years. But as ever Victoria is just the screaming companion asking questions and looking pretty. I can fully understand why Deborah Watling left the role at the end of Fury from the Deep, her character was never going to be allowed to develop by the producers in to anything other than a nervous wreck. It's a shame.On a brighter note, quest star Mary peach looks stunning in this outting, truly Bond girl stuff, as was the gorgeous Carmen Munroe, every bit the dolly 60's girls that we all love. I enjoyed their subplots, they were quite interesting and very deep, especially Carmen's. Also worthy of note is Bill Kerr's Giles Kent, a man with underlying ambitions that make his character all the more interesting. In the end we find out what kind of a man he really is. I'll let you find out that one for yourselves. Colin Douglas is another fine example of the great acting talent Doctor Who had in its arsenal over the years, his portrayal of security chief Donald Bruce was every bit as powerful as Pat Troughton's Salamander. Good stuff.The BBC must also be praised,...

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Doctor Who Inspired Mens Hoodie (Blue on Heather Grey) (Medium)

This is a high quality heavy cotton 300 gsm Jumper/Sweater that washes well and includes sizes from Small to XX-Large. We ask you to refer to the size chart available to confirm the correct size required as our sizes may differ from your local shops. Our delivery is prompt and very reliable and we thrive to give great customer service and satisfaction in all purchases.

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  • Size Chest (to fit) S – 34-36″, M – 38-40″, L – 42-44″, XL – 46-48″, 2XL – 50-52″,

PK Green 4-inch LED Colour Changing Cube Mood Light with Rechargeable Battery

Add a touch of geometric class to your home, party or event with this premium 10cm PK Green cube light.

This mood light has a gradually colour changing LED sequence which has to be seen to be appreciated. The light doesn’t blink or flash – it blends from one colour to another. Photos don’t come close to doing it justice.

Would you rather set a particular mood? No problem. You can set the mood light to stay on the colour of your choice.

With a high capacity built-in rechargeable battery, the lamp will last up to 10 hours continuously on full charge. To charge, simply connect the cube to a USB port with the charging cable provided.

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– Heatless LED: completely safe and cool to the touch

– Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 10cm

– Weight: 200g

– Battery: 600mAh rechargeable Lithium battery included and already installed

– Charging time: 3-5 hours

– Battery life: 5-10 hours depending on colour setting

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– Premium PK Green 10cm rechargeable LED cube light

– 1.2m USB charging cable

This mood light comes in a colour gift box.

Please note: PK Green cube lights are available in 8cm, 10cm, 20cm and 40cm size.

More lights are available in our Amazon storefront, including egg, cat, dog, bear, heart and star shaped lights. Mix and match to create your own personal display!

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  • Spark life into events, parties, weddings or even your own home
  • Includes a built-in rechageable battery
  • The battery can be charged via a computer USB port or mains (adaptor not supplied)

Gallifrey University Time Lord Acadeny Mens Premium T-Shirt Navy Blue Small

Let everyone know your Time Lord credentials with your very own Gallifrey University T Shirt. And it’s not just any Gallifrey University Chapter but the same as the Doctor himself – the Prydonian Academy. Our premium quality Gallifrey University T Shirt is screen printed using specialist screen printing inks that results in a high quality, soft feel print that will last for years. And like all good quality printing the print will age over time to giving an aged, retro look and feel!

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  • Unversity of Gallifrey, Time Lord Academy T Shirt
  • 205g Heavyweight, 100% Cotton, Pre Shrunk,
  • Choice of colours in sizes from Small to XXXL
  • Premium Quality, Machine Washable T-Shirt
  • Screen Printed to give a “Soft Feel” print

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DR WHO DALEK- WALL ART NEW Sticker Decal FREE P&P

DR WHO DALEK- Wall Art IN GLOSS BLACK. 1M HIGH. Available in many other colours, please choose from our colour chart.
Wall art is easy to apply and can change the appearance of a room with minimal costs, no paint, no tools and no sticky mess.

Can be stuck on any smooth, clean surface.We only use 5-7 year interior/exterior vinyl.

We will aim to dispatch same day.

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  • VINYL WALL ARTS
  • Suitable for any clean smooth surface
  • Easy to apply and supplied with full instructions
  • Easy to remove
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Keep Calm and Don’t Blink Kids’ Hoodie by Shirtcity

This sturdy hooded sweatshirt from SG has a cool cut and is comfortable to wear. The double lined hood and kangaroo pockets with extra strong seams promise top quality and a long life span. For safety reasons, the item is shipped without a hood cord.

Quality: 80% cotton, 20% polyester, 280 g/m²

Product dimensions:

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116 128 140 152
Width in inch 13.39 14.17 15.75 16.54
Height in inch 17.32 19.29 20.08 23.23

There can be a standard trade tolerance of +/-5%!

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  • Print method: Direct
  • Print color: White
  • Design: Keep Calm and Don’t Blink
  • Product: Kids’ Hoodie

Doctor Who Tardis Police Box Boxer Shorts | XL

This Doctor Who boxer is perfect to show your love for TARDIS! This boxer is and is 100% cotton.

Product Features

  • Blue
  • 100% Cotton
  • Small 28″-30″ ; Medium 32″-34″ ; Large 36″-38″ ; X-Large 40″-42″
  • Officially Licensed

Cold War

Tim Bradley Pond Season - Daleks, Dinosaurs, Cowboys, Cubes and Angels It's rare I get to review anything from Matt Smith's era of `Doctor Who'. But for this occasion, I've decided to review on the latest series of episodes from the new series. Here is `Series 7 Part 1', a collection of five episodes chronicling the final adventures of Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) and Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill) with the Doctor (Matt Smith) before they depart leaving travelling the TARDIS behind them forever. These episodes were transmitted during the Autumn of 2012 from August to September. This is a 2 disc collection, with the first three episodes on Disc 1 and the last two on Disc 2.DISC 1`ASYLUM OF THE DALEKS'NB: Watch `Pond Life' and `Asylum of the Daleks Prequel' on Disc 2 before this.The first episode of this series, features the return of the Doctor's old foes - the Daleks. And they come back in their dignified glory, and in proper design compared to how they looked horrible in their previous outing (though some of the new paradigm Daleks appear in this episode). Also apparently in this episode, there is return of classic Daleks from the classic days of `Doctor Who' such as the Special Weapons Dalek in `Remembrance' and some Dalek designs from the first Dalek story; `Planet'; `Genesis' and `Remembrance'. Sadly for me, there was little time and little light to see these Daleks properly in full view. But some references to the Doctor's previous encounters such as `Kembel', `Spiridon' and `Vulcan' are mentioned.In this story, the Doctor responds to a summons to Skaro - the now dead planet of the Daleks. The summons is from a woman called Karla who needs the Doctor's help in rescuing her daughter. But it all turns out to be a trap, as the Doctor gets kidnapped by Karla (who's a converted walking-talking Dalek automaton) and the Daleks. And it's not just the Doctor but also Amy and Rory, as the three of them find themselves on the Dalek ship containing the Parliament of the Daleks. They send the Doctor with Amy and Rory on a mission to the Dalek Asylum where all the deranged and abandoned battle-scarred Daleks from foiled missions are kept. They send them there to shut the asylum down and destroy it, as they want the Doctor (now called their Predator) since they can't do it themselves.This episode features a surprise guest appearance from Jenna-Louise Coleman who's to appear as the new Doctor Who companion in the new series for the following year in 2013. Here she makes a guest appearance as Oswin Oswald, and I was delighted to see her for the first time in `Doctor Who' since watching her in `Emmerdale'. Oswin Oswald is a junior manager aboard the spaceship Alaska that crashed-landed on the Dalek Asylum planet. She makes contact with the Doctor and guides him, Amy and Rory to find the power source and shut down the asylum. Oswin is a genius and enjoys making soufflés to which the Doctor calls her `Souffle Girl'. But once the Doctor finds her, it transpires that she's a human converted into a Dalek and that she's been living a dream of making soufflés and believing to be human. She eventually lets the Doctor go and allows him and his companions to escape before blowing up the Dalek Asylum. Her last words are `Run you clever boy, and remember me!'Amy and Rory are facing a personal crisis in their lives as they're on their way to getting divorced. This rather shocked me when I saw it and made me wonder what caused this to happen since it was rather unprecedented. It turns out Amy can't have children with Rory because of what happened to her on Demons' Run in . Because of that she `gave Rory up' or as Rory said `kicked him out'. But eventually through this adventure they make up and their married life is restored, which was reassuring especially for me.The end of this episode for me is rather rushed and a bit weak since the Daleks in the Dalek Parliament don't know who the Doctor is anymore and keep asking `Doctor Who?' all the time. It's something Oswin did to make all the Daleks forget, but it seems rather strange and made me feel cheated at the end. What was going to happen in future stories with Daleks I wonder, and how will this puzzling contradiction will get resolved.This is not a bad episode of `Doctor Who' written by Steven Moffatt. It's not the best Dalek story I've seen, but it's certainly an improvement on `Victory'. And it's lovely to see Jenna Coleman for the first time in the series, and makes me look forward to when she appears next time and what her appearance in this episode actually means.`DINOSAURS ON A SPACESHIP'The second episode of this series is a lovely written piece by Chris Chibnall, and literally features dinosaurs on a...

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River’s Song: The Inn at Shining Waters Series | Book 1

Sometimes when we look back, we are able to see ahead

Following her mother’s funeral, and on the verge of her own midlife crisis, widow Anna Larson returns to the home of her youth to sort out her parents’ belongings, as well as her own turbulent life.

For the first time since childhood, Anna embraces her native heritage, despite the disdain of her vicious mother-in-law. 

By transforming her old family home on the banks of the Siuslaw River into The Inn at Shining Waters, Anna hopes to create a place of healing—a place where guests experience peace, grace, and new beginnings. Starting with her own family . . .

“Melody Carlson painted a serene and unforgettable sense of place that came alive with shimmering waters, one woman’s dream, life-changing wisdom, and characters I care about … I’m seriously hooked on the series!” — Kathy Herman, author of Secrets of Roux River Bayou Series and the Sophie Trace Trilogy

Melody Carlson‘s River’s Song eased through me gently layer by layer, deeper and deeper. This story of re-awakening or renewal appears deceptively simple but wields great emotional power. I look forward to book 2 in The Inn at Shining Rivers series.” Lyn Cote, Author of Her Abundant Joy 

“In River’s Song, Melody Carlson beautifully tells a generational story of a family living alongside the banks of Oregon’s Siuslaw River. Told with sensitivity and insight the story includes a Native American thread, deals with issues of abuse, and weaves an ending full of redemption and grace. I can’t wait to read the next novel in the series!” Leslie Gould, Beyond the Blue and co-author of The Amish Midwife and The Amish Nanny, with Mindy Starns Clark

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Doctor Who Tardis Police Box Boxer Shorts | M

This Doctor Who boxer is perfect to show your love for TARDIS! This boxer is and is 100% cotton.

Product Features

  • Blue
  • 100% Cotton
  • Small 28″-30″ ; Medium 32″-34″ ; Large 36″-38″ ; X-Large 40″-42″
  • Officially Licensed

Asylum of the Daleks

Tim Bradley Pond Season - Daleks, Dinosaurs, Cowboys, Cubes and Angels It's rare I get to review anything from Matt Smith's era of `Doctor Who'. But for this occasion, I've decided to review on the latest series of episodes from the new series. Here is `Series 7 Part 1', a collection of five episodes chronicling the final adventures of Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) and Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill) with the Doctor (Matt Smith) before they depart leaving travelling the TARDIS behind them forever. These episodes were transmitted during the Autumn of 2012 from August to September. This is a 2 disc collection, with the first three episodes on Disc 1 and the last two on Disc 2.DISC 1`ASYLUM OF THE DALEKS'NB: Watch `Pond Life' and `Asylum of the Daleks Prequel' on Disc 2 before this.The first episode of this series, features the return of the Doctor's old foes - the Daleks. And they come back in their dignified glory, and in proper design compared to how they looked horrible in their previous outing (though some of the new paradigm Daleks appear in this episode). Also apparently in this episode, there is return of classic Daleks from the classic days of `Doctor Who' such as the Special Weapons Dalek in `Remembrance' and some Dalek designs from the first Dalek story; `Planet'; `Genesis' and `Remembrance'. Sadly for me, there was little time and little light to see these Daleks properly in full view. But some references to the Doctor's previous encounters such as `Kembel', `Spiridon' and `Vulcan' are mentioned.In this story, the Doctor responds to a summons to Skaro - the now dead planet of the Daleks. The summons is from a woman called Karla who needs the Doctor's help in rescuing her daughter. But it all turns out to be a trap, as the Doctor gets kidnapped by Karla (who's a converted walking-talking Dalek automaton) and the Daleks. And it's not just the Doctor but also Amy and Rory, as the three of them find themselves on the Dalek ship containing the Parliament of the Daleks. They send the Doctor with Amy and Rory on a mission to the Dalek Asylum where all the deranged and abandoned battle-scarred Daleks from foiled missions are kept. They send them there to shut the asylum down and destroy it, as they want the Doctor (now called their Predator) since they can't do it themselves.This episode features a surprise guest appearance from Jenna-Louise Coleman who's to appear as the new Doctor Who companion in the new series for the following year in 2013. Here she makes a guest appearance as Oswin Oswald, and I was delighted to see her for the first time in `Doctor Who' since watching her in `Emmerdale'. Oswin Oswald is a junior manager aboard the spaceship Alaska that crashed-landed on the Dalek Asylum planet. She makes contact with the Doctor and guides him, Amy and Rory to find the power source and shut down the asylum. Oswin is a genius and enjoys making soufflés to which the Doctor calls her `Souffle Girl'. But once the Doctor finds her, it transpires that she's a human converted into a Dalek and that she's been living a dream of making soufflés and believing to be human. She eventually lets the Doctor go and allows him and his companions to escape before blowing up the Dalek Asylum. Her last words are `Run you clever boy, and remember me!'Amy and Rory are facing a personal crisis in their lives as they're on their way to getting divorced. This rather shocked me when I saw it and made me wonder what caused this to happen since it was rather unprecedented. It turns out Amy can't have children with Rory because of what happened to her on Demons' Run in . Because of that she `gave Rory up' or as Rory said `kicked him out'. But eventually through this adventure they make up and their married life is restored, which was reassuring especially for me.The end of this episode for me is rather rushed and a bit weak since the Daleks in the Dalek Parliament don't know who the Doctor is anymore and keep asking `Doctor Who?' all the time. It's something Oswin did to make all the Daleks forget, but it seems rather strange and made me feel cheated at the end. What was going to happen in future stories with Daleks I wonder, and how will this puzzling contradiction will get resolved.This is not a bad episode of `Doctor Who' written by Steven Moffatt. It's not the best Dalek story I've seen, but it's certainly an improvement on `Victory'. And it's lovely to see Jenna Coleman for the first time in the series, and makes me look forward to when she appears next time and what her appearance in this episode actually means.`DINOSAURS ON A SPACESHIP'The second episode of this series is a lovely written piece by Chris Chibnall, and literally features dinosaurs on a...

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Doctor Who Dalek Talking Plush with LED Light (Medium, Burgundy)

Travel through time and space with Doctor Who!

Based on the incredibly popular television series, this brilliant plush toy embodies that distinctive look and feel of the longest-running sci-fi TV series in the world, that is to say, retro futuristic! Showcasing the very best from the Doctor Who rogues gallery, this release features the iconic Dalek (in burgundy).

Spoken phrases include “Exterminate, Exterminate.” And “You would make a good Dalek.”

The Daleks have been hated and feared throughout time and space, maybe it’s time someone gave them a hug.

Might be worth getting one on your side.

The Night Listener Blu-ray (Region B)

Spanish official release Blu Ray Import. Audio: Dolby Digital English and Spanish (you can chose the language). Region B/2. Spanish writing in the covers and menus.

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T-SHIRT TEE JERSEY MEN KIDS DOCTOR DR WHO TIME SPACE BLACK (5-6 years)

100% cotton

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  • tee round neck

The 50 Year Diary – Volume Two: 1970 – 1981 (Will Brooks’ 50 Year Diary Book 2)

In November 2013, Doctor Who celebrated its 50th Anniversary on British television. Over that time, the programme clocked up somewhere in the region of 800 episodes, covering eleven Doctors, lots of companions, and a whole universe of terrors.

The 50 Year Diary is an attempt by Doctor Who fan Will Brooks (Memoirs of an Edwardian Adventurer, Doctor Who, Adventures in Time and Space), to watch each and every one of these episodes, from the very beginning at the strict pace of one per day, with his thoughts published daily for Doctor Who Online.

This book collects together the entire tenures of the Third and Fourth Doctors (Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker), covering arguably the most popular period of Doctor Who’s history, featuring over 300 entries.

Landon Tyler 34 cm Wood Rose Line Heart, Red

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  • Would Look Fantistic in Any Home
  • Finished in Deep Red Colour
  • Dimensions: 34x34cm

Doctor Who Don’t Blink, Blink And You’re Dead. Inspired Mens Hoodie (Red on Black) (Medium)

This is a high quality heavy cotton 300 gsm Jumper/Sweater that washes well and includes sizes from Small to XX-Large. We ask you to refer to the size chart available to confirm the correct size required as our sizes may differ from your local shops. Our delivery is prompt and very reliable and we thrive to give great customer service and satisfaction in all purchases.

Product Features

  • 80% Cotton 20% Polyester
  • Fast Delivery!
  • Machine Washable
  • Pre Shrunk To Ensure No Shrinkage
  • Size Chest (to fit) S – 34-36″, M – 38-40″, L – 42-44″, XL – 46-48″, 2XL – 50-52″,

beige leather plus golden faience, rivet bracelet, with Dalek inspired hemisspheres

without modesty: this is an aesthetic world first:
faience shapes encased in genuine leather

Stoneware: All our glazes have a handmade look;
no uniformity, just what you would expect in pottery.
leather: Two layers of leather touch the stones. The decorative stitching is the 3rd colour, allowing colour-harmony: leather, earthenware, stitches

Dalek balls (hemispheres) look rather feminine, thanks to the of the rounding But it is a bluff . One can poke with them quite strongly. Real Daleks are evil robots and have 52 hemispheres, see “Doctor Who” (© BBC, author Terry Nation).

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  • GOLD ON BROWN
  • three colours in harmony: leather, faïence, ornamental seamless
  • fits 9/10th of all wrists, 14-19 CM circumference
  • brand: Alea Moda
  • faience shapes encased in genuine leather

Pet Dog LED Flashing Night Light Footprint Paw Print Buckle Blink Pendent Collar

Features:
Brand new and high quality.
Footprint shaped plastic pendant.
With key buckle to fasten easily.
A clip on the pendant back,clip it to your pet’s rope.
LED lamp on it,with switch on back to control on/off.
A little piece of paper on back,you can leave your call number on it,then when your pet is lost,someone who meet your pet will call you.
Also a nice ornament for your lovely pet.
Small size,and light weight,will not cause discomfort for your pet.
Size:3cm x 3cm x 0.8cm – 1.18inch x 1.18inch x 0.31inch.

We don’t offer Colors choice. Your order will be sent in Colors at random.

Package Included:
1 X Pet Pendant LED

NO Retail Box. Packed Safely in Bubble Bag.

Product Features

  • Footprint shaped plastic pendant.
  • With key buckle to fasten easily.
  • A clip on the pendant back,clip it to your pet’s rope.
  • LED lamp on it,with switch on back to control on/off.
  • A little piece of paper on back,you can leave your call number on it,then when your pet is lost,someone who meet your pet will call you.

New Doctor Who Fans Stylish Keychain With 3d Moulded Dalek Torch Cdu 8 Red

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  • New Doctor Who Fans Stylish Keychain With 3D Moulded Dalek Torch CDU 8 Red
  • Use The Power Of The Daleks To Keep Your Keys Safe With This Keychain, Which Also Includes A Stunning Red Dalek. This Sinister Dalek Is Not Only Impressive, But It Also Illuminates The Dark With An Integrated Light. Perfect, For Those Late Nights When You Cannot Find The Lock. Ideal, For Fans Of Dr Who. Features – Keychain To Keep Your Key Safe – 3D Moulded Red Dalek With Integrated Light – Squeeze The Sides Of Dalek To Illuminate Led Which Glows From The Base – 3X Lr41 Batteries [Included]
  • Red Dalek, Keep Keys Safe
  • 3D Moulded, Integrated Light, Squeeze To Lightup
  • Dr Who Themed, Ideal To Illuminate The Dark

Terror of the Autons Part 4

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DIY Doctor Who Fashion Trend Popular Theme HTC one x Case Cover-Best Protective Hard Plastic Cover

The case can protect your phone from scratches, slug and dusty. It is a form-Fitting phone case which makes your phone more unique and personalized. If you wan to customize the case with your own picture, you can do it on our shop.
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  • The phone case is easy to install and remove
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  • Accurate openings design gives convenient access to all functions, buttons, ports and controls
  • Image printed using crystal clear enamel coating for long lasting effect

Radio Times Doctor Who Front Cover 16th To 22nd Of April 2011 – Be Afraid – Featuring Matt Smith As The Doctor Who And Karen Gillan As Amy Pond In The New Series Of Dr Who

Radio Times Doctor Who Front Cover 16th To 22nd Of April 2011 – Be Afraid – Featuring Matt Smith As The Doctor Who And Karen Gillan As Amy Pond In The New Series Of Dr Who.
Brand New Condition. Recovered from the stock room of a closing down book shop. This magazine is in mint condition, and has never been read or sold, All orders received before 4.00pm Monday’s To Friday’s are despatched the same day.

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