Chunky men's bracelet in matt and polished steel £7.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Was £45 (seems a little steep originally for steel) but now a pocket-friendly £7.99. Looks pretty stylish and has many very good reviews (in fact a lot of good reviews - people seem very excited about a men's bracelet - perhaps it has some magical abilities not mentioned).

Oh, and the usual Amazon free delivery.

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#1
Geezers dont wear bracelets innit bruv
#2
mens bracelet ??? wtf !! come on lads
#3
Hey, Mr T wears more bling than the entire cast of Absolutely Fabulous!
You wouldn't call him a big nancy boy now would you? (Or at least if you did he'd chuck a Snickers bar where the sun doesn't shine).
#4
How about if I renamed it a men's forged steel wrist protector? Or a gauntlet strap? Or… oh forget it!
#5
htfc06 - Jun 08, 2011 14:10
mens bracelet ??? wtf !! come on lads

+1
#6
If you can confirm the rumoured magical abilities, I may consider it.

Otherwise. Just. No.
#7
One of these magical abilities may be that it creates a rattling noise against the desk as you type which can incite anger and rage in your colleagues at work. This can be used for best effect when you wan them to leave the room for a quick moment while you a) pinch their lunch b) fart or c) look at HUKD.com ;o)

I'm not doing myself any favours here am I :o(

Edited By: nixymail on Jun 08, 2011 14:31
#8
loads of ( stright ) Men wear bracelets
#9
jay7472
loads of ( stright ) Men wear bracelets


Thank you Jay7472 - I'm always suspicious of people trying to be overly masculine - what are they trying to prove?!

Besides if men want to prance about in women's knickers wearing make up, stiletto heals and bling* then so let them be - this isn't a forum to comment on 'accepted' socio-conformism…

*I don't for the record
#10
I wear one as well, so do my 2 my nephews ( 1 is aged 13 and the other is 20 )


Edited By: jay7472 on Jun 08, 2011 14:43
#11
Had one of these a while ago for my hubby, check wrist size as I remember it being small.
#12
notoriouschucky
....and whether or not this can be found cheaper...which it cant...

I just had a quick look and couldn't find this exact one anywhere else. (Can anyone else?)

So I'll stick to my original stance of not voting as I have no idea if it can be had cheaper elsewhere.
#13
Obviously some cavemen types who are members on here.
#14
Nice I bought one
#15
I just had a quick look and couldn't find this exact one anywhere else. (Can anyone else?)

So I'll stick to my original stance of not voting as I have no idea if it can be had cheaper elsewhere.



...Surely if neither you nor anyone else can find this cheaper then it is indeed a hot uk deal and deserves some heat?

oO

Edited By: notoriouschucky on Jun 08, 2011 20:33
#16
Dunno.

I couldn't find it cheaper, but then I couldn't find it more expensive either. I just couldn't find it anywhere else full stop. Surely for something to be cheap/hot it needs to be more expensive (and thus available) elsewhere?

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#17
No it just needs to be cheaper than the price it was before...in this case it was £45 before so therefore a price drop to £8 is surely a good thing and deserves some heat?

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