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Sunday, 8 January 2017

We R Memory Keepers Precision Press Review - VIDEO

Hello there! Today I have a video to share of a new toy I received for Christmas. It's the We R Memory Keepers Precision Press. 


Now I know I have a mini MISTI, and I like it, but, it has things that frustrate me (the magnets!) and I have background stamps that won't fit into it. 

I've tried it out a few times and I really like it. I find it works really well and I like the moveable hinges - much like the Letterpress it is based on that I used to use before I bought the MISTI.



Slightly fuzzy, but you can tell that there is room for the hinges to move. You can also see one of the two sides that is open - another great thing if you have odd sized paper or do memory keeping on 12x12 papers. 

 
It has a little bit of foam in the corner to make sure it sits fully when the lid is down. It has a nice thick piece of acrylic on the top too.

You can watch it here or on my YouTube Channel. ** EDIT - Just to say the price has gone up by £2 from £27.99 to £29.99. I did buy it from Sir Stampalot and they were great at keeping me informed of when it was arriving as I bought it back order.**
 

I'll definitely be using it alongside the mini MISTI and I hope you'll find the video useful if you are undecided. I'm still experimenting with my new video arm, and working out how to get things in shot better, but thankfully my camera is fine - it just needed a new charger. Phew!

Here is a list of the supplies used on this card. I have signed up to affiliate links on some products (currently only Simon Says Stamp). If you purchase any item after clicking on an affiliate link, I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. This helps in a small way to support the running of my blog and is very much appreciated, thank you! 




Thank you so much for popping by and I hope you have a great week!

3 comments:

My Card Attic: Hazel said...

Very thorough review Ruth! Thanks for that. Can I ask where you got it for £27.99 and free P&P, your link goes to one that is £29.99? I was an 'early adopter' and paid the price for the original MISTI which (with shipping etc.,) came to the equivalent of around £65 and then I had to pay $2 each for the magnets (well, I didn't, I paid £1 for two on e-bay). I have just purchased the Hampton 'Stamp Perfect' for £22 inc shipping, but I must say that the WRMK one looks more versatile! Could you please let me know. Thanks. Have a lovely Sunday! Hazel xx

Missy Pink said...

Great blog post as usually Ruth, I can't wait to watch your video later too..Hugs xx

Michelle Short said...

Great review, Ruth. It looks to be a fabulous tool. Thank you for doing the review xx

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