Customer Reviews for Calendars.com Tigers 2014 Wall Calendar
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Calendars.comTigers 2014 Wall Calendar
Leap into the wild in this 2014 wall calendar, where you'll come across the king of the jungle: the tiger. Perfect for anyone who loves this beautiful, exotic animal! ISBN: 1617913219 UPC: 825600043215
Average Customer Rating:
(3 Reviews) 3
Rating Snapshot(3 reviews)
3 out of 3(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Tigers 2014 Wall Calendar
Review 1 for Tigers 2014 Wall Calendar
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Location: chesterfield Mo
Age: Over 65
PlaceOfPurchase: In Store
In your face1
Date:December 24, 2013
Pros: Makes A Great Gift
I like this tiger calender because it is a real close up of the big perfect face of this great animal.
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Review 2 for Tigers 2014 Wall Calendar
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Location: Santa Maria, CA
Love this calendar!
Date:December 16, 2013
Pros: Makes A Great Gift, High Quality Materials
I buy two calendars from your company every year. Polar bears for my sister and tigers for myself. They're always beautiful and I've saved a LOT of the photos, even tacking them to my bedroom door. Its an ugly door so I completely covered it in the photos of tigers from your calendars. Keep up the great work and the unique photos please!
Pros: Makes A Great Gift, High Quality Materials, the perfect size for my wall, beautiful photography
I looked at all the tiger calendars you had available and chose this one because the pictures inside were different than I'v seen in any other calendar. I love the tiger that was caught in mid air as it leaped at another tiger! Never saw that before! Also the tigers playing with the large ball. They're such beautiful, powerful creatures. I love your calendars so much that every year I order tigers for me and then I let my sister pick something and I buy that for her. Three years ago it was Humpback whales, last year, believe it or not, it was Glasiers and you actually had them! This year it was polar bears and I found unusual photos in one for her as well.