Well I've read right through it and can't see any downside.
I am inherently a non believer in any form of credit, I use all my credit cards as debit cards and I'm most banks worst customer, I am also one who follows rather than leads so if trusted sources told me this is the way to go I would get one.
Looks good for those who have no other form of foreign currency means. I use the Clarity Card abroad and like Popeye pay everything off each month. Can't see where they actually make any money on it apart from charges in the UK.
Looks reasonable but the visa rate is usually a few points below the interbank rate. I guess they have to make their money somewhere!
No such thing as a free lunch, though some cards that use the interbank rate are free!
If you plan to draw cash always have it taken from your UK account in Euros.
Just noticed it's for anywhere in the world that accepts visa.
I might just get one!
Not really much different to a Caxton card other than you link a card to it instead of preloading. I'm not too sure how comfortable I am about giving them unrestricted access to my credit or debit cards. Also as has been mentioned the exchange rate isn't likely to be great. I think I'll be sticking with my Caxton/Clarity combination.