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I was chosen to review the I Love You in 120 Languages Onyx pendant from NanoStyle.com. I was pretty excited about that and couldn't believe my eyes when it arrived.
This little box arrived, and it was leather as well as very eye-catching. The logo for NanoStyle is unmistakable and really stands out. The magnifying glass has me curious at first glance. So I opened it up and gasped at what I saw.
There was the beautiful cubic zirconia and onyx pendant, exactly as I saw it to be on the website. As a bonus, a small magnifying glass was also inside. This is so you can get a better look at the etching detail in the pendant. What a novel and clever idea!! I picked up my magnifying glass and immediately you can see where the I Love You is placed.
Right smack dab in the middle! As you move the magnifying glass around, you can see all the other ways to say I Love You. I sat for almost twenty minutes trying to read each one. Mind you I don't speak a word of most of the languages inside, I am pretty confident they are correct. The Italian and French ways were the only others I understood, and yes, I found them! Now it was time to put it on and see how it felt.
I really like the length of the chain it is on. I prefer chains of this length as I wear V-neck sweaters and Crew neck's a lot. It sits perfectly at eye level and feels nice, not too heavy. It can easily complement any outfit, from casual to office wear.
The chain can also be upgraded from silver to gold or white gold, when purchasing from the website.
Verdict: I am one happy camper! I also love how fast it got me, though we had some shipping issues initially, the company is very good about keeping you informed and up-to-date. After the minor issue, I was actually shocked how fast it arrived. It did come to Canada from Israel after all. That's really far!!! So much respect to the company for their courtesy in that issue. I am a satisfied reviewer and probably future customer now that I see the massive selection of goodies I can look at for gift ideas. The most wonderful time of the year is almost near!!!

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5/5


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.



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  1. Beautiful....I love it! Um, no play on words intended.

    @MyBitsandBleeps

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  2. Beautiful...I love it! Um, no play on words intended.

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  3. This is lovely. I think it could be worn for either dress or casual. I like the magnifying glass idea!

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  4. It is a beautiful piece, I love mine, too.

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