Antony Worrall Thompson Utensils eg. spatulas, spoons, mashers (marked £3.99) £1 in Poundland - HotUKDeals
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Antony Worrall Thompson Utensils eg. spatulas, spoons, mashers (marked £3.99) £1 in Poundland

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Say Nylon - but feel plastic

Non slip grips

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#1
His pots and pans ended up in Matalan and were generally considered to be trash. Nice his utensils have found their suitable outlet! Still got to be worth a quid though so hot from me :)
#2
Loads in plymouth store, although they are plastic and look cheap would'nt pay the rrp prices.
#3
I think anything with his name on it should be worth less than the supermarket branded stuff. Poundland is the perfect outlet.
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THEY FEEL PLASTIC CAUSE NYLON IS PLASTIC
#5
have to say ive got a AWT wok and its the best wok ive ever had :)
#6
have anodised awt milk pan and it is superb
#7
swingler2010
THEY FEEL PLASTIC CAUSE NYLON IS PLASTIC

lol!
#8
Little question, the shops called poundland...and they are selling this for....a pound...lol
#9
swingler2010
THEY FEEL PLASTIC CAUSE NYLON IS PLASTIC

I was reading that and wondering what they expected to feel different? lol, maybe in it's stockings and tights form? ;)

Sorry Op, good find, I could do with a couple of new fish slices, thanks.
#10
Anyone north of Teddington ever get anything worth the buying from Poundland ?
#11
Saw these last week, is it just me or was the £3.99 price tag on them actually printed already crossed out? To me it looked like they would never sell for the RRP, and the label was designed for these cheapo outlets.
#12
PhilK, I live close to Teddington and popped into the Twickenham poundland yesterday. My mum wanted some silver spray paint for doing christmas decorations. I checked in homebase first where they wanted over £11 for a tin, then in Halfords. They wanted over £9 for it. Pound in poundland though.
#13
tek-monkey
Saw these last week, is it just me or was the £3.99 price tag on them actually printed already crossed out? To me it looked like they would never sell for the RRP, and the label was designed for these cheapo outlets.

the PO Box number on the label is also very similar to a lot of Poundland's own label products..
#14
Saw these myself in Pounland, look ok but can't stand his face so no purchase for me.

As stated above nylon is a form of plastic, originally created as a fibre for clothing but is part of the "plastic" family if you will. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plastic#Nylon
#15
GigahurtzUK
Saw these myself in Pounland, look ok but can't stand his face so no purchase for me.As stated above nylon is a form of plastic, originally created as a fibre for clothing but is part of the "plastic" family if you will.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plastic#Nylon

But think of all the vigour you could muster if you could imagine mashing his face with his own masher. Oh....I'm sold!
#16
They had loads of these for a pound in Morrisons at Netherfield, Nottingham yesterday. They were in like a bargain bucket thingy.

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