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Hi has anyone seen any flight socks at a good price please. I need to buy tomorrow or Tuesday at the latest so do not want to buy online in case they don't arrive in time. Thanks
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3m, 2w agoPosted 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Hi has anyone seen any flight socks at a good price please. I need to buy tomorrow or Tuesday at the latest so do not want to buy online in case they don't arrive in time. Thanks
Obidashi Avatar
3m, 2w agoPosted 3 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
You should be able to buy at the airport, depending on where you are travelling from.
#2
Amazon prime?
#3
Poundland ... Dunno how much though.
#4
I thought about the airport but thought they may want OTT price. I don't have Amazon Prime but I can check out Poundland - many thanks. I know that Boots have them at £13.99 just thought that was a bit steep, but then again better than getting DVT - thanks for the replies
#5
marks and spencer travel section
#6
I got some in poundland ready for next year so not used them but they look OK packaging looks similar to more expensive ones
#7
Many thanks - never thought of M&S
#8
smargetts
I got some in poundland ready for next year so not used them but they look OK packaging looks similar to more expensive ones
Thanks I will check them out before trying the M&S ones
#9
plodging
Poundland ... Dunno how much though.
Thanks I will check them out before trying the M&S ones
#10
Or get up and walk around a lot during the flight ..save yourself £14. Seems to be the method of everyone that gets sat next to me .

Edited By: plodging on Nov 06, 2016 21:26: Spelling
#11
I got some in Boots
#12
plodging
Or get up and walk around a lot during the flight ..save yourself £14. Seems to be the method of everyone that gets sat next to me .
Thanks for the chuckle - I always get the fidgety ones as well. Unfortunately the flight socks are needed for my father who is 88, he is just recovering from a fractured hip, so I don't think he will be be getting up and walking around much. He may not even need any but I am erring on the side of caution as it is only 5 weeks since his operation.
#13
kt21
I got some in Boots
Many thanks
#14
Airport, Boots M&S etc are likely to charge 10 or 20 pounds for a similar product to that you will get in Poundland, Poundstretcher etc for a quid.
Walking regularly is good advice.

Edited By: termite on Nov 07, 2016 20:10
#15
Hmm I tried two different Poundland shops today and a Poundworld and a Poundstretcher, but they all said they don't sell them. I can see that Poundland sell them online, so I guess they have them in some of their stores but not all of them.

Edited By: Obidashi on Nov 07, 2016 20:11
#16
Obidashi
Hmm I tried two different Poundland shops today and a Poundworld and a Poundstretcher, but they all said they don't sell them. I can see that Poundland sell them online, so I guess they have them in some of their stores but not all of them.
Just get up and move about .. One professor type expert said they were pointless anyhow . How longs the flight ?

Edited By: plodging on Nov 07, 2016 20:45
#17
They are for my father who is 88 and just recovering from a fractured hip, so getting up and moving about is not an option (unfortunately)
#18
Obidashi
They are for my father who is 88 and just recovering from a fractured hip, so getting up and moving about is not an option (unfortunately)
Obidashi
They are for my father who is 88 and just recovering from a fractured hip, so getting up and moving about is not an option (unfortunately)
Don't the nhs supply this ? My better half had an op and got them from nhs

Edited By: plodging on Nov 07, 2016 20:54
#19
I guess the cheap shops have slung out all the travel products in favour of Easter eggs or something
#20
plodging
Obidashi
They are for my father who is 88 and just recovering from a fractured hip, so getting up and moving about is not an option (unfortunately)
Obidashi
They are for my father who is 88 and just recovering from a fractured hip, so getting up and moving about is not an option (unfortunately)
Don't the nhs supply this ? My better half had an op and got them from nhs
The NHS in our area don't supply them. It was the District Nurse who told me to go out and buy them for my dad.

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