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IZOLA Men's Society Piece 101 - Cortina de ducha (PEVA), diseño mapamundi

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  • Color cuenta con un mapa del mundo
  • Eva, una biodegradable, pero duradera, vinilo
  • Orificios de ojal de metal reforzado
  • Izola
  • 180 x 180 cm

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Este diseño es un auténtico must-have de cualquier mundo viajero o alguien a nivel mundial Buffer. esta cortina de ducha de alta calidad, duradero está hecho de ecológico 100% PEVA (polietileno vinil acetato. • Material: 100% PEVA (polietileno vinil acetato con arandelas chapado en níquel • Color: Multi (12 color diseño) • Dimensiones: 72 "x72 • cuidado: se limpia con un paño húmedo.


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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Lots of Errors 8 de abril de 2014
Por Michael A. Kopp - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This curtain looks attractive from a distance, but the map is full of errors. Many countries (e.g., the Netherlands) are invisible because they are the same color as neighboring countries. Many place names are spelled incorrectly or have incorrect typographic symbols in the place of letters, for example, the Euro sign. They look like the sort of errors that happen if you copy and paste from a word processor into a program that does not know how to process special characters. That happens, but the curtain's manufacturer clearly couldn't be bothered to fix these mistakes.

The curtain is also rather short. It barely goes past the top of the tub in our bathroom. I'll give it 2 stars because it does look nice if you don't look at it too closely, but it's a big disappointment.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Shower Curtains Could Use Some Spellcheck 5 de enero de 2015
Por Colin Phillip Bartlett - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I liked the color scheme and the projection format (and the fact that Palestine is marked on the map, even if it isn't labeled), and the fact that it wasn't as US/Anglocentric as some other showercurtain maps (where America, the UK, Canada, and Australia get their states outlined, but Mexico, China, Russia, and Brazil don't), but the cities are full of typos and format errors, several cities are misprinted, a couple nations are missing national labels or are weirdly abbreviated, and they forgot to color in South Korea. In addition, there is a big splotch of missing color in the vicinity of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast.

South Sudan isn't differentiated on the map, either, but I knew that going in.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This is my second - The first has lasted several ... 1 de diciembre de 2015
Por joanie alexander - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is my second - The first has lasted several years. Just kinda funky with soap residue now.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Really Cool, but... 26 de febrero de 2014
Por Nicole Velazquez - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The shower curtain is really cool, I only found some typing errors in the names of the countries and their capitals that are a little annoying.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Thin. Really Thin. Hard to Read Font 14 de marzo de 2011
Por psgenius - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The world map shower curtain material is very thin, thinner than the shower curtain liner that we use to protect it.

If I had known before how thin the material was, I would not have ordered it.

There are no metal re-enforced eye holes for the shower curtain rings.

The font on the map is difficult to read in some places.