Draper Hi-Vis: Jacket was £15, now £5.50, Trousers was £7, now £3.50 and Waistcoat was £5 now £2 @ Asda Direct - HotUKDeals
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Draper Hi-Vis: Jacket was £15, now £5.50, Trousers was £7, now £3.50 and Waistcoat was £5 now £2 @ Asda Direct

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Safety clothing at great prices! Free delivery to store for orders over £25. Superb warmth and weather protection. Heavy-duty 100% non-breathable PVC-coated outer with a quilted lining. Read More
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Safety clothing at great prices! Free delivery to store for orders over £25.
Superb warmth and weather protection. Heavy-duty 100% non-breathable PVC-coated outer with a quilted lining.
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#1
So, if my order is not over £25, as buying these 2 items wouldn't be, what is the total cost including delivery charges - it's not mentioned and should be imo.

A quick glance at asda direct, and have seen the following -

Standard Delivery - Small/Medium items £4.95
#2
Anyone know size's available please?
#3
voted cold due to delivery chares :?
#4
Think I'm right in saying, you have to have one of the high vis vests in your car if travelling to France and £2 is a good price.
#5
Trickyjabs
Think I'm right in saying, you have to have one of the high vis vests in your car if travelling to France and £2 is a good price.


Yeh you do have to have one if you go to France. It has to be in your car at all times or you will be fined if the police pull you over.
#6
mel1408
Anyone know size's available please?


Large only, as the web site says..... :)
#7
Why is it that some people think that if they own a hi-vis jacket it should be on display in the car?
eg on the parcel shelf or hanging over the drivers seat? throwing it in the boot, or on to the back seat is not acceptable. is it code for something?

it must be distracting in the rear view mirrors, or perhaps these folk don't use the mirrors?

maybe they just like brightly coloured things.
#8
anybody find any cheaper deals?
#9
WOW! I was in need of a 3 piece suit for a wedding this sat! Wasnt wanting to wear the top hat and tails theyve got me in...i'll look the schnizz in this for my ushers role!! Jacket, trousers and waistcoat!!
#10
Trickyjabs
Think I'm right in saying, you have to have one of the high vis vests in your car if travelling to France and £2 is a good price.


You MUST have 1 vest per occupant inside the cabin of the vehicle.

It's common to see the Police standing at roundabouts / traffic lights around Calais peering into cars looking for the hi-viz - just ready to issue on the spot fine.
#11
So what you do is get every occupant of the vehicle to wear them the whole time they are in France and wave as you pass the nice police man/woman.:thumbsup:
#12
This is a good deal similar jackets on Ebay are £15 at £5.50 they are a bargain.

DON'T FORGET IF YOU DRIVE IN FRANCE YOU MUST HAVE A HI VIS JACKET IN THE CAR OR YOU GET A FINE FOR 130 EUROS

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#13
Alan Peck


DON'T FORGET IF YOU DRIVE IN FRANCE YOU MUST HAVE A HI VIS JACKET IN THE CAR OR YOU GET A FINE FOR 130 EUROS



It's one per occupant , not one per car.
#14
all the trouser have gone... I think it stinks that you have to pay for branch delv.. otherwise good price
#15
gizmouk
It's one per occupant , not one per car.

do coaches have to carry one per occupant?

what's your source for this info? as the AA and Foreign & Commonwealth Office both say a jacket, not one for everyone.
#16
very hot price even including delv charge

anyone find similar jacket for less than £11 ??

only downside and a bit misleading is that it is orange, not yellow as in picture
banned#17
who cares about france and who really wants to go there

if you really have to go there in life or death situation and you have not got and vest a french pigs pull you over just point out your english swear a little get back in your car and drive off whilst giving them the finger because really their french so who cares
#18
daz1981;7674000
who cares about france and who really wants to go there

if you really have to go there in life or death situation and you have not got and vest a french pigs pull you over just point out your english swear a little get back in your car and drive off whilst giving them the finger because really their french so who cares
(sigh) You've got it completely wrong.
We give the French the fingers (plural). We're not American you know!
banned#19
MightyHumungus
(sigh) You've got it completely wrong.
We give the French the fingers (plural). We're not American you know!


:-D:thumbsup:
#20
Wife got one out of netto the other week for £2 for when she is on her bike :)
#21
gizmouk
You MUST have 1 vest per occupant inside the cabin of the vehicle.

It's common to see the Police standing at roundabouts / traffic lights around Calais peering into cars looking for the hi-viz - just ready to issue on the spot fine.



Incorrect - according to the AA you must have 'ONE' in the 'vehicle'
check out http://www.theaa.com/motoring_advice/touring_tips/france-monaco.pdf

or

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1064908/British-drivers-face-110-fines-French-police-caught-reflective-jackets-warning-triangles.html

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