Take Cobalt Blue - one of my favourite colours. Winsor & Newton's is just amazing but the Ken Bromley is not. It's good, but could never exist alongside the more expensive pigment. But that's what it's all about here - price! The W&N tube costs almost THREE time more than the KB! So if I was sketching or practising a piece, I'd be perfectly happy to use the cheaper paint, but if I was about to start something serious, I would switch back to W&N every time. But is sure is nice to have a choice. Thomas Mcquiggan (Bolton, United Kingdom) on 14 Feb 2014
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I LIKE THE DIFFERENT COLOURS IN THE RANGE AND THEY FEEL AS THOUGH THEY ARE GOOD QUALITY.
KEN BROMLEY STAFF ARE THE BEST! VERY HELPFUL AND KNOWLEDGABLE.
THANK YOUx Carol Whittaker (BRISTOL, United Kingdom) on 19 Nov 2013
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A good standard range.
I find the Ken Bromley range are great for general colours and seldom need others from more expensive ranges. Ernest Barton (London, United Kingdom) on 4 Dec 2013
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