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94-411 Koaki St Waipahu Hawaii 96797
  • The problem is that they look cheap and they are cheap
  • I thought they were kind of cute at first, but after awhile I noticed how quickly the age and the colors fade and the plastic turns yellow
  • They come here and spend their money on a cheap souvenir of their trip that they expect to last, only to be disappointed in the way they were taken advantage of
  • Anyway, I recommend if you are a visitor to the islands, or a local sucker like myself, that you seriously boycott any products from this cheap rip off company

    • by Hawaii Reviewer
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      These frames are really cute at first. It is tempting to display your island vacation pictures in these Hawaiian Heritage Company frames, but I would suggest that you find a better way to prolong and enjoy your precious pictures. I first discovered these frames while shopping at Walmart, but have since found that they are sold at stores all over the island, including Longs. The problem is that they look cheap and they are cheap. I thought they were kind of cute at first, but after awhile I noticed how quickly the age and the

      colors fade and the plastic turns yellow.

      These frames are made of a colorful vinyl in a variety of Hawaiian prints. The problem is that they lose their shine and luster very quickly and soon take on the look of an old vinyl chair. They begin to crack and look worn after about a year or so. I had the nicest pictures of me and my dog in these frames, and at first it was nice, but soon, the vinyl began to crack and fade, and the plastic which covered our faces began to turn ...


      • yellow.

        What a shame that a company would make a product so cheap. I guess they figured that the people who would purchase these frames would be mostly tourists, and that by the time these picture frames began to crack, fade, and turn yellow, the folks would be long gone to their homes on the mainland. What a rip off! I am really ashamed of a Hawaiian goods manufacturer treating our tourists this way. They come here and spend their money on a cheap souvenir of their trip that they expect to last, only

        to be disappointed in the way they were taken advantage of. Shame on you Hawaiian Heritage - where is your aloha spirit? So sad that you would rip off the very people who spend their money to buy your products. Their money also goes to improve our local economy, but that will surely end someday if local venders continue to cheat our tourists.

        Anyway, I recommend if you are a visitor to the islands, or a local sucker like myself, that you seriously boycott any products from this cheap rip off company.




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