Atari Logo T-Shirt - All Sizes - £3 Instore & Online @ Asda George Clothing - HotUKDeals
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Picked this up ay my local Asda last night. Loads available in all sizes.
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#1
Like!
#2
Won't be driving today, the link is to the picture though and not george/direct/buy it now.
#3
Still full price in Norwich
#4
Still full price in Norwich
#5
£3 online, though its £3.95 to get it delivered to store, but only £2.95 to your home. WTF?
#6
geek-tastic
#7
got mine for same price in next-clearance about 1 year ago :) good stuff

heat added
#8
you cant go wrong with nerdwear :D

Edited By: spaceinvader on Apr 02, 2011 11:03
#9
Excellent i'd be tempted to pick up some cheap market t shirts for £1 and use tranfer paper to stick the logo on myself lol
#10
Ordered, thanks! The brown Atari hoodie for £9 isnt bad either ordered that 2!
#11
Linky

Edited By: Andy4321 on Apr 02, 2011 11:17
#12
bencokayne
Ordered, thanks! The brown Atari hoodie for £9 isnt bad either ordered that 2!


You paid £9 for it? Its also been reduced instore to £3!
#13
Ordered and heat added.
I noticed the 'Atari Asteroids' hoody too for £9, so added that too. Nice one.
#14
They have a Blue Atari T-Shirt for £3 in Primark.Don't know what the quality difference will be like, but it's there if you prefer Blue to Green.
#15
These were £3 in primark a month or so ago, not been in since though.
#16
Got one of these earlier this afternoon from Great Bridge Asda/Wal-Mart store, plenty of stock in there all sizes...thanks OP for the heads up.
#17
#18
Saw loads in store Edinburgh Chesser today.
#19
There are tons of them in my local too. Problem is the colour is not very nice in person, and the logo is absolutely huge; it's a bit tacky.

To each their own, I'm sure some will like it, but I just couldn't bring myself to wear it. Better off with a zazzle custom design.
#20
£3 in Ashton under lyne too. Lids of sale clothes in there, plain jumpers for £4 for example. I bought this atari T for my bro at Xmas and he loved it.
#21
£3 in Ashton under lyne too. Lids of sale clothes in there, plain jumpers for £4 for example. I bought this atari T for my bro at Xmas and he loved it.
#22
£3 in Ashton under lyne too. Lids of sale clothes in there, plain jumpers for £4 for example. I bought this atari T for my bro at Xmas and he loved it.
banned#23
Who would want to wear these? I would rather burn them then show support for the trash company Atari has become.
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I think the idea with the shirts was a retro one looking back at when Atari was a decent company, I.e before they released the poor Atari ST which lost out to the almighty Commodore Amiga !!
#25
Pjcity
I think the idea with the shirts was a retro one looking back at when Atari was a decent company, I.e before they released the poor Atari ST which lost out to the almighty Commodore Amiga !!


Nothing wrong with the ST. Plenty of musicians used them before Macs took over. Certainly wasn't a failure.
#26
fishmaster
Pjcity
I think the idea with the shirts was a retro one looking back at when Atari was a decent company, I.e before they released the poor Atari ST which lost out to the almighty Commodore Amiga !!


Nothing wrong with the ST. Plenty of musicians used them before Macs took over. Certainly wasn't a failure.


Absolutely spot on, I was an Amigan myself (still am!) but midi wise with Cubase at the time the ST was used professionally by musicians, and was far from a failure, even if technically inferior to the Commodore Amiga.

Then of course, their 8 Bit Machines, the Atari 400/800/XL series whilst never reaching the popularity in europe that the Commodore 64 did were amazing machines, especially when you consider the 400/800 came to market in 1979 as colour computers with all but the sound being on par with the Commodore 64 which was launched in 1982...well ahead of there time, and sold well in the US.

And to top this....the arcade games they released back then were second to none, their coin-ops ruled supreme.

I think anyone 30 + would look at Atari with nostalgic fondness, I certainly do.

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