More Memorable Greetings
A cassette-tape-shaped greeting card for sending recorded messages to friends and family. When a hand written message doesn't quite cut it, send a sound recording in the form of a retro mixtape. Record for up to two minutes, handwrite a message, seal with the included sticker and send off to the lucky recipient. Your message will play automatically when the card is opened. Re-recordable and endlessly re-useable so you can pass messages back and forth forever.
Design by Nick Forrester for SUCK UK
Product conformity is of paramount importance. Safety and responsibility for environment begins at the design stage of each product, the specification of materials and components, right through to the production method. We strive to supply you with a safe product and one that conforms to all regulations.
WEEE (EU Only) Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment Directive reduces the amount of electrical and electronic equipment being produced and encourages reuse and recycling. For the product’s after life, please take it to designated collection points, where they will be accepted free of charge. Alternatively, in some countries return items to your local retailer upon the purchase of an equivalent new product.
This is not a Toy This product has not been classified as a toy, and therefore is not intended for children.
Recyclable Packaging Made from materials that can easily be recycled if disposed of correctly.
Nick (aka Fozz) is Staffordshire born and raised but now lives and works here in London. He is obsessed with design in all forms and regularly attends exhibitions, galleries, and trade shows for fun, with his yearly highlight being Dutch Design Week. From finishing University with a First in Product Design, he now works for us at Suck UK as a Product Developer, but still submits his ideas with the hope of getting them produced. Some of Nick’s designs include; UFO Storage Jar, Send a Sound, TV Lunch Box, and My Gardening Handbook which was inspired from his experience in Horticulture and Arboriculture. Gaining knowledge and inspiration from anything and everything, who knows what he’ll come up with next.