A di Alessi Tigrito Cat Bowl (Grey, yellow and blue) for £27.65 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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A di Alessi Tigrito Cat Bowl (Grey, yellow and blue) for £27.65 @ Amazon

£27.65 @ Amazon
Seems to be around £40 everywhere else. Good reviews and would be a great gift. Product Features Tigrito Cat bowl In 18/10 stainless steel and PP Designed by Miriam M…
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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
Seems to be around £40 everywhere else.
Good reviews and would be a great gift.

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Tigrito
Cat bowl
In 18/10 stainless steel and PP
Designed by Miriam Mirri
Dimensions: 32.5cm x 21cm x 14cm
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2 Likes #1
£27.65...
For bowls to put cat food and water in?...

Personally I don't think my cat minds her £2 food bowl, so I wont be hitting the 'go to deal' button on this.
#2
Cute!
#3
Alessi is expensive stuff and I have seen these bowls priced around the £40 mark..
If its what you are after its a good deal..gotta be hot .
2 Likes #4
Way too small...you'd never fit a whole cat in that! A couple of kittens maybe... (_;)
#5
Got this myself- stainless inserts lift out and it comes apart for cleaning- very good quality. HOT!
1 Like #6
Maggy_A
Alessi is expensive stuff and I have seen these bowls priced around the £40 mark..
If its what you are after its a good deal..gotta be hot .


+1

I love it when someone posts an expensive/designer product at a bargain price and all the usual idiots on here come out with comments like "Personally I don't think my cat minds her £2 food bowl, so I wont be hitting the 'go to deal' button on this."

It's not about what the cat likes it's what the owner likes and what will look nicer in their kitchen, a designer bowl or a cheap plastic piece of rubbish, against their carefully chosen, expensive kitchen units.

I bet people still think hard about what cat food to buy and vary it yet taking the above's philosophy, i doubt cats would mind getting the same food every day for their entire lives!

Edited By: kw21 on Apr 06, 2011 09:56
#7
i doubt cats would mind getting the same food every day for their entire lives!


Are you sure you've ever owned a cat? The ones that eat anything (and say "woof") are called dogs!
#8
Hot from me!
Love Alessi, very expensive but the thing with great art and design is that I think if I had one of these it would make me smile every morning and I would get more pleasure from it than the cat!
#9
kw21
I love it when someone posts an expensive/designer product at a bargain price and all the usual idiots on here come out with comments like "Personally I don't think my cat minds her £2 food bowl, so I wont be hitting the 'go to deal' button on this."

To be fair it is just a cat bowl, a rather nice one that my o/h just made me order but nether the less still just a cat bowl, so I can see where he's coming from. Although, you are right about all the folks moaning about good prices on expensive items, I think it's the mating call of the can't afford it bird.

Edited By: megalomaniac on Apr 06, 2011 16:14
#10
So cute but don't think I could justify spending that on a cat bowl! Double bowl from poundland.... Ok then :p
#11
kw21
Maggy_A
Alessi is expensive stuff and I have seen these bowls priced around the £40 mark..
If its what you are after its a good deal..gotta be hot .

+1

I love it when someone posts an expensive/designer product at a bargain price and all the usual idiots on here come out with comments like "Personally I don't think my cat minds her £2 food bowl, so I wont be hitting the 'go to deal' button on this."

It's not about what the cat likes it's what the owner likes and what will look nicer in their kitchen, a designer bowl or a cheap plastic piece of rubbish, against their carefully chosen, expensive kitchen units.

I bet people still think hard about what cat food to buy and vary it yet taking the above's philosophy, i doubt cats would mind getting the same food every day for their entire lives!
Many thanks for the 'idiot' comment, however I actually have an IQ of 144, and am a member of Mensa.
Must be nice being an e-thug and insulting people over the internet, are you just as pleasant face to face?

Oh, and although I did pretty much say spending that much on cat bowl is a joke, I didn't actually vote cold on it.

And yes, I vary my cats food and do not feed her crap. But my cats bowls are stainless steal, not a piece of plastic.

megalomaniac
I think it's the mating call of the can't afford it bird.
There's a huge difference between not being able to afford something, and justifying the cost of something.
It's only £27.65, so I'd consider it a very small amount of money, but that doesn't mean I'd be OK with spending it on a cat food and drink bowl.

And I doubt many of the people thinking it's worth the money have a single plate and cup for themselves that cost a little under £30, yet they are happy to spent it on a couple of cat bowls?
If anyone in my house is going to eat from fancy crockery, it'll be me, not the cat...



Edited By: jukkie on Apr 11, 2011 12:46: .

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