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Diesel T-Fire Burnt Logo T-Shirt WAS £40 NOW £12.00 @ ASOS

£12.00 @ ASOS
only avaliable in Medium and Large. WAS £40.00 NOW £12.00 Diesel T-Fire Burnt Logo T-Shirt * Lightweight cotton t-shirt by Diesel * Bold graphic burnt logo print to front …
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banned6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
only avaliable in Medium and Large.


WAS £40.00 NOW £12.00
Diesel T-Fire Burnt Logo T-Shirt

* Lightweight cotton t-shirt by Diesel
* Bold graphic burnt logo print to front
* Classic crew neck and short sleeves

Cheapest ive found on net!

FREE DELIVERY AND FREE RETURNS!!
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#1
http://images.asos.com/inv/y/15/88/902071/white/image1xl.jpg
banned#2
thank u for bigger picture... wasnt sure how to post one.. :(
#3
Some good bargins to be had at the minute. Theres a sale on and savings on the outlet too. Picked up about 5 T shirts for around £10 each. Shop by brand for best results.
#4
Why would anyone pay £12 for a tee shirt, let alone £40?
#5
I think it's a perceived bargain rather than an actual one.
We seem to see a lot of this, these days.
It would cost between £0.40 and £1.20 to make and distribute.
#6
growling badger
Why would anyone pay £12 for a tee shirt, let alone £40?


thinking the same myself :|
#7
growling badger
Why would anyone pay £12 for a tee shirt, let alone £40?


Cos not everyone wants to walk around in novelty £0.99p t shirts , the novelty soon wears off.
#8
snapdragon
I think it's a perceived bargain rather than an actual one.
We seem to see a lot of this, these days.
It would cost between £0.40 and £1.20 to make and distribute.


You can't question value. The whole fashion industry would collapse if RRP reflected cost of production. Do you ask the same questions when aftershave deals are posted "its just a bit of alcohol, cold as it only costs the manufacturer pennies".

HUKD is about deals that are good in comparison to market rate. A Diesel T-Shirt at £12 probably the cheapest I have ever seen.

If you aren't willing to spend money on your clothes then by all means look like a tramp, but don't troll a deal that the OP has done a good job in finding.

Voted hot, even though I am not a fan of the whole Logo-Across-The-Chest look this is a great price for those that are.
#9
Diesel t shirts are always good quality. Very good price, and design looks pretty good. Considering I can return it for free if I don't like it, I have ordered. Voted HOT

Whilst I agree T shirts are cheaper in primark, they don't exactly look or feel nice do they?
#10
ordered thanx
#11
ordered. its nice to be seen with a bit of style. which costs money... :(
#12
I would say they put the price down to something vaguely sensible, but still pricey

however, I'm not a fashion victim :-P
#13
growling badger
Why would anyone pay £12 for a tee shirt, let alone £40?


Because it's very unlikely that a t-shirt that hasn't been made in a sweatshop by children in the third world would cost less than £12?
#14
Spielo
Because it's very unlikely that a t-shirt that hasn't been made in a sweatshop by children in the third world would cost less than £12?
That is a good general point, but this Diesel shirt was probably made in a sweat shop.
#15
alasrati
Spielo
Because it's very unlikely that a t-shirt that hasn't been made in a sweatshop by children in the third world would cost less than £12?
That is a good general point, but this Diesel shirt was probably made in a sweat shop.


Didn't mean to imply that Diesel are some sort of ethical powerhouse (I have no idea what their ethical credentials are like, plus that t-shirt is pretty horrible looking imho), but certainly companies with proven ethical credentials like People Tree and howies aren't going to be selling t shirts for less than £12 any time soon.

(well, I got a howies polo shirt in their sale for £10 recently, but it was marked down from £35).
#16
i love people who say £12 for a t-shirt is too expensive.. it well makes me laugh.
some people like t-shirts, others like to smoke and drink, others like to scrounge of the state
#17
Bargain for a top designer brand...just ordered....
#18
they're ok!
#19
whatyadoinsucka
i love people who say £12 for a t-shirt is too expensive.. it well makes me laugh.some people like t-shirts, others like to smoke and drink, others like to scrounge of the state

....and some just want to see the world burn
#20
Id like to see where people get cheaper decent brand tshirts.

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