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Founded by siblings Oscar and Lauren Mead, the business started out as just family in 2013, and now this small but dedicated team work from the TeamO factory in Southampton. TeamO products are 100% made in Britain. The range is distributed in seven countries and sell both online and in marine stores around the UK.


In 2018 the business successfully crowdfunded to enable faster growth. In 2019 Oscar and Lauren were honoured to jointly accept the British Marine Federation's Young Business Person of the Year Award.

I have two of these now and love them! The comfort and quality are great. The features within this life jacket are very reassuring and I highly recommend them to anyone who ventures out to sea. My wife also thinks the colors and design are great.

Great industry leading product, speaks for itself!Amazing service from the Teamo guys too. Quick responses to email queries, great communication, perfect customer service. Very happy customer. Would highly recommend! Thanks guys!

I just opened my new N170 and am incredibly impressed. The craftsmanship is truly superb. I spent my entire career of 46yrs. either as a sailmaker or running my own canvas shop for 34 years. It really is a piece of art, hats off to the people who make these. I of course will recommend it as the one to buy. I was hoping that I ordered it in time for the included tether. Close but no cigar. Thank you all for working so hard to put out a great product

Jacket itself appears a very well made, quality product. Clearly in a different league to some of the others I have here.Neat, tight stow, with a well fitting cover. Supportive harness. Shaped yoke and straps make for a good, snug, yet comfortable fit.

"Te Amo" (English: "I Love You") is a song by Barbadian singer Rihanna from her fourth studio album, Rated R (2009). The song was written by Rihanna, Mikkel S. Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen, James Fauntleroy II, with production helmed by Eriksen and Hermansen under their production name Stargate. "Te Amo" impacted radio in Italy on May 28, 2010, and was released via digital download on June 8, 2010, in Australia, Italy and New Zealand, as the album's sixth and final single. "Te Amo" incorporates elements of music of Latin America and conveys Rihanna's struggles as the object of another woman's desires.

Music critics praised the song for its lyrics and for a less futuristic sound than other songs on Rated R. "Te Amo" peaked inside the top ten of national charts, including the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland. The song also attained top forty positions in Australia, The Netherlands and Slovakia. "Te Amo" was certified gold in four countries. The song's accompanying music video was directed by longtime collaborator Anthony Mandler and features French supermodel Laetitia Casta, who tries to seduce Rihanna and eventually succeeds. Rihanna performed the song live at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend on May 23, 2010 in Bangor, Wales. "Te Amo" was also included on the set list of Rihanna's Last Girl on Earth tour.

"Te Amo" was released as the fourth international and fifth overall single from Rihanna's fourth studio album, Rated R.[2] The song was written by Mikkel S. Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen, James Fauntleroy II and Rihanna, with production helmed by Eriksen and Hermansen under their production name, Stargate.[3] The song was sent to Italian radio on May 28, 2010, and released via digital download in Australia, Italy and New Zealand on June 8, 2010.[4][5][6][7] In Germany, "Te Amo" was released as a CD single on June 11, 2010.[8]

Upon the release of the album, "Te Amo" made its first chart appearance on the Swedish Singles Chart, where it debuted at number 52 on December 4, 2009, and initially charted for a single week. After being released as a promotional CD in Sweden on May 5, 2010, the song re-entered the chart at number 53 on July 7, 2010. "Te Amo" peaked at number 48 two weeks later on July 30, and spent a total of six non-consecutive weeks on the chart.[12] The song debuted on the UK Singles Chart at number 30 on April 24, 2010, and peaked at number 14 two weeks later on May 29.[13][14] The song also entered the UK Hip Hop and R&B Singles Chart at number 29 on April 24, 2010, and peaked at number five in the week of May 29.[15][16] On May 23, 2010, the song entered the Australian Singles Chart and the Swiss Hitparade at numbers 35 and 58, respectively. The song peaked at number 22 in its sixth charting week in Australia, and at number nine in its seventh charting week Switzerland.[17][18] "Te Amo" debuted at number 11 in Austria on June 25, 2010, and descended to number the following week, but re-peaked at number 11 the next week. The song spent eighteen weeks on the chart.[19] In the Flanders and Wallonia regions of Belgium, "Te Amo" debuted on the singles charts at numbers 29 and 28, respectively, on June 19, 2010, and spent 14 weeks charting. In the Flanders region, the song peaked at number 14, while the song was more successful in the Wallonia region, peaking at number 10.[20][21]

Elsewhere in Europe, the song debuted on the Italian Singles Chart on July 15, 2010 at number nine and peaked at number seven for two weeks.[22] "Te Amo" was less successful in Denmark, Finland and Norway, peaking at numbers 22, 14, and 12, respectively.[23][24][25] In Germany, "Te Amo" became Rihanna's first song as a lead artist since "Hate That I Love You" in 2007 not to reach the top 10, and debuted on the German Singles Chart at number 13 on July 26, 2010. It fluctuated in the top 20 before reaching its peak at number 11 on July 24, 2010.[26] On the European Hot 100 Singles chart, "Te Amo" debuted at number 48 on May 29, 2010 and peaked at number 18 on July 17, 2010.[27] Although "Te Amo" was not released as a single in Canada, the song debuted on the Canadian Hot 100 chart issue dated July 3, 2010 at number 98 and peaked at number 66 on July 17, 2010.[28]

The music video for "Te Amo" was shot over two days on April 29 and 30, 2010, in Vigny, France,[29] and was directed by longtime collaborator Anthony Mandler,[29] who had previously directed the music videos for "Wait Your Turn"[30] and "Russian Roulette".[31] Whilst on set for the video, photographs were released; they featured Rihanna wearing a vibrant Mara Hoffman maxi dress, which cost over $1,000.[32] French supermodel Laetitia Casta played the role of a femme fatale and the apparent love interest of Rihanna.[citation needed]

In the video, Rihanna plays Casta's lesbian love interest. Casta arrives at the castle in a car, and steps out with a very provocative dominatrix-looking outfit, and meets Rihanna who is waiting inside. Throughout all of the video, Casta tries to seduce Rihanna whilst Rihanna initially resists, but eventually gives in to Casta's charm. First, she meets Rihanna in the living room and catches her eye. In the next scene, the couple are shown on top of a table with ultraviolet lighting and Casta rubs her head on Rihanna's legs. They are then shown outside the castle and Rihanna falls to the ground in despair while Casta looks on, letting her long hair fall loose and standing seductively. Soon, they are shown in a room full of male dancers and Rihanna begins to feel more comfortable around her admirer. The last two scenes are Rihanna and Casta in PVC bondage outfits kissing and caressing on a bed in a darkened room, and then at a burning table, looking away from each other. Billboard's music video reviewer, Monica Herrera commented, "Rihanna saved a far sexier clip than 'Rockstar 101' for fans abroad." She described the video's various scenes as "Rihanna getting frisky in a bedroom and setting a fire with a sultry female companion."[33]

Rihanna performed "Te Amo" for the first time at Radio 1's Big Weekend 2010 on May 23, 2010 in Bangor, Wales, where she performed the song as part of a set list, along with "Madhouse", "Hard", "Disturbia", "Rude Boy", "Russian Roulette", "Don't Stop the Music", "SOS" and "Umbrella".[34] The song was also included on the set list of the Last Girl on Earth tour.[citation needed] Rihanna performed the song during the Rock in Rio 2011 in Rio de Janeiro.[35]

Teamo Supremo (2002-2004) was a Disney superhero comedy cartoon created by Recess writer Phil Walsh that originally aired as part of Disney's One Saturday Morning programming block (right before its transition into ABC Kids), before airing the second half of its run on Toon Disney.

The show follows three schoolchildren named Crandall, Hector and Brenda. After Crandall convinces his friends to join his dream of becoming a superhero, the trio manages to get the approval of the initially reluctant Governor Kevin to become their state's official crime-fighting team: the eponymous Teamo Supremo. Together, as Captain Crandall, Skate Lad, and Rope Girl (respectively), the trio of friends battle any evildoers threatening the safety of their unnamed American state.

The series followed an episodic Two Shorts format throughout its run, but the third and final season would go on to begin a short Story Arc regarding Crandall's "superpowers". A Running Gag throughout the series was Crandall constantly claiming that he's an alien with dormant superpowers, which everyone (including his mother and sister) seems to take in stride. The final episode would reveal that he actually does possess super-strength, but the implications that this might have had were left unresolved as a result of the series' cancellation.

These days, Teamo Supremo is probably the most forgotten show to come out of Disney Television Animation during the early 2000s, if not all-time. During its run, it saw little audience attention, with detractors comparing the cartoon unfavorably to The Powerpuff Girls (despite the two series sharing few elements, if any, outside the "three kid superheroes premise" and the UPA-inspired Thick-Line Animation). The series also suffers from a bad case of Keep Circulating the Tapes, with much of the third season of the show being considered lost/missing media.


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