9ct Yellow Gold Bracelet 5.7g - 20.4cm, now £99 (was 156.14) @ Amazon Lightning Deals - HotUKDeals
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9ct Yellow Gold Bracelet 5.7g - 20.4cm, now £99.00 (was 156.14) @ Amazon Lightning Deals

£99.00 @ Amazon
This is an Amazon Lightning Deal for a 9ct yellow gold bracelet, it is solid gold (i.e. not gold plated). Now for £99 for 5.7g of crafted solid gold which I think is a decent price? There are still… Read More
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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
This is an Amazon Lightning Deal for a 9ct yellow gold bracelet, it is solid gold (i.e. not gold plated). Now for £99 for 5.7g of crafted solid gold which I think is a decent price?

There are still more than 2 hours to get that deal. the bracelet is 'ChainCo' branded and sold by Amazon.
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1 Like #1
£42.06 of scrap gold here, shame this couldn't be a little money maker
#2
So doesn't worth it?... good to know anyway.. thanks
1 Like #3
Not saying it's not worth it, like all jewellery you pay for them to make it. Never going to sell it at scrap price
banned#4
dayem80
5.7g of crafted solid gold
Well, 2 grams of that 5.7 grams is solid gold :D
#5
Its not solid golid!
#6
If you have enough Bespoke / Amazon credits, you'll pay around the scrap value for a piece of jewellery. You could always scrap it when you get sick of it, or make a profit if gold prices increase.
#7
deano86
Not saying it's not worth it, like all jewellery you pay for them to make it. Never going to sell it at scrap price


Its like anything you buy?

you pay because they made it.

Or do you buy your car flat packed? or do you buy a cow to milk it yourself?
#8
backinstock
If you have enough Bespoke / Amazon credits, you'll pay around the scrap value for a piece of jewellery. You could always scrap it when you get sick of it, or make a profit if gold prices increase.


I must be missing something, i own a few pieces of gold and there mine till i die then pass on,

just as alot of jewellery should be, it should be passed on in your family
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fattyuk
deano86
Not saying it's not worth it, like all jewellery you pay for them to make it. Never going to sell it at scrap price


Its like anything you buy?

you pay because they made it.

Or do you buy your car flat packed? or do you buy a cow to milk it yourself?


- are you just making the same point as me???
#10
it's a **** gift all over!!
#11
it's a hedge monkey gift all over
#12
fattyuk
backinstock
If you have enough Bespoke / Amazon credits, you'll pay around the scrap value for a piece of jewellery. You could always scrap it when you get sick of it, or make a profit if gold prices increase.
I must be missing something, i own a few pieces of gold and there mine till i die then pass on,
just as alot of jewellery should be, it should be passed on in your family

That's one option, but selling is another if you don't get emotionally and sentimentally attached to some metal. It's just an option.
I might be missing something, but why should jewellery or why must jewellery be passed on to your family? It's probably an old fashioned attitude, but not for myself.
#13
I was going to buy it for my wife.. but glad to see the opinions here (as well as the many cold votes X) ).. after all I'm not a jewellery expert :)
#14
backinstock
fattyuk
backinstock
If you have enough Bespoke / Amazon credits, you'll pay around the scrap value for a piece of jewellery. You could always scrap it when you get sick of it, or make a profit if gold prices increase.
I must be missing something, i own a few pieces of gold and there mine till i die then pass on,
just as alot of jewellery should be, it should be passed on in your family

That's one option, but selling is another if you don't get emotionally and sentimentally attached to some metal. It's just an option.
I might be missing something, but why should jewellery or why must jewellery be passed on to your family? It's probably an old fashioned attitude, but not for myself.

If you dont like it,

dont buy it
#15
fattyuk
backinstock
fattyuk
backinstock
If you have enough Bespoke / Amazon credits, you'll pay around the scrap value for a piece of jewellery. You could always scrap it when you get sick of it, or make a profit if gold prices increase.
I must be missing something, i own a few pieces of gold and there mine till i die then pass on,
just as alot of jewellery should be, it should be passed on in your family
That's one option, but selling is another if you don't get emotionally and sentimentally attached to some metal. It's just an option.
I might be missing something, but why should jewellery or why must jewellery be passed on to your family? It's probably an old fashioned attitude, but not for myself.
If you dont like it,
dont buy it

If you buy it.
Don't love it later.
Sell it and hopefully make a profit. It's only metal.
1 Like #16
nice collection of stupid comments here




inb4 "thanks for adding to them"
#17
back up to full price
1 Like #18
joangreen50
back up to full price

so there was a deal to be had!
#19
fattyuk
joangreen50
back up to full price
so there was a deal to be had!

And an excellent deal to be had if you bought with the Bespoke vouchers.
Something to look out for, as you could have bought some 'metal' at around the 'scrap' value.
No brainer if you want that item of jewellery.
I would like some gold coins at half their market price though. :D
#20
backinstock
fattyuk
joangreen50
back up to full price
so there was a deal to be had!

And an excellent deal to be had if you bought with the Bespoke vouchers.
Something to look out for, as you could have bought some 'metal' at around the 'scrap' value.
No brainer if you want that item of jewellery.
I would like some gold coins at half their market price though. :D

We get it, you dont agree with "scrap metal"

lol

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