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  • adj. Resembling plastic, especially in the sense of being cheap and lightweight.

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Examples

  • The system also feels fairly 'plasticky', though with how much it weighs I suppose that is a reasonable compromise.

    Gear Diary

  • Cons: The word "plasticky" was tossed around by more than a couple of reviewers (and dad Ben) when describing the interior.

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  • Having handled them here on the IFA show floor, we'd say they feel quite plasticky which is a bit of a let down considering their relatively high price.

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  • Some reviewers have called the Mini 9 "plasticky" and I would agree with this.

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  • Some described them to me as "plasticky," but the stickiness sort of guides your fingers home and makes texting or composing an email easier.

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  • The device feels a bit "plasticky" but it seems to work well.

    Ubergizmo

  • Such a finish does lend the Wii a much less "plasticky" feel however, and means the machine is far more likely to fit in with the rest of your entertainment equipment rather than standing out like a white sore thumb.

    Nintendo Life | Latest Updates

  • (there are exceptions though): they look a bit "plasticky" while darker colours tend to sharpen the lines which I prefer in case of sports cars.

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  • Ben thinks the interior "feels a little plasticky."

    Tiernan family checks out the cars

  • He thinks the looks are minimalist, but "it doesn't feel plasticky."

    Tiernan family checks out the cars

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