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Fruit of the Loom Men's Heavy Multipack Of 5 T-Shirts £9.99 @ absolutecult / EBAY DELIVERED also BUY 3, GET 1 FREE (add 4 to basket) (working out £1.50 each delivered)

£9.99 @ eBay
not bad as it works out £2 each delivered and its 100% Cotton none of the polyester rubbish also BUY 3, GET 1 FREE (add 4 to basket) which works out £1.50 each delivered! Read More
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
not bad as it works out £2 each delivered
and its 100% Cotton none of the polyester rubbish

also BUY 3, GET 1 FREE (add 4 to basket)
which works out £1.50 each delivered!
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10 Likes
djbenny1
For £2 a go you could throw them out after 6 months and think nothing of it. Hot
Has anyone ever told you, that you look like Jeremy Kyle off ITV?
6 Likes
Not sure about the maths: 4 x 5 T shirts for £30. £1.50 each isn't it?
5 Likes
dundalk
djbenny1
For £2 a go you could throw them out after 6 months and think nothing of it. Hot
very eco friendly of you... such way of living just generates even more rubbish. I rather pay more, for better quality which lasts longer.
Cotton is widely recycled - usually into cleaning cloths. Therefore djbenny1 is making the world a cleaner place and should be commended. You, on the other hand, with your reluctance to donate your t shirts to the world of cleaning, are selfish, and you should be ashamed of yourself.

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1 Like #1
Good price but no white left. Yellow, red and black (Fades fast) not for me
6 Likes #2
Not sure about the maths: 4 x 5 T shirts for £30. £1.50 each isn't it?
#3
rivellangel
Not sure about the maths: 4 x 5 T shirts for £30. £1.50 each isn't it?

Agree with this.
#4
heada
rivellangel
Not sure about the maths: 4 x 5 T shirts for £30. £1.50 each isn't it?
Agree with this.
sorry excuse my maths!
i accidently did 20/30 instead on 30/20

Edited By: ismaildeals123 on Feb 27, 2017 13:56
#5
What is the fit like with these? Does anyone recommend sizing down?
4 Likes #6
Good price though prefer Gildan
1 Like #7
I always thought this brand shirts are always fine quality.
Bought mixed colour pack before ,for my son while ago on offer.
It is cheap and it is a cotton top but it doesn't wash well, they seems to loose the shape even thought washed and ironed with care. White ones despite being always washed with vanish are not bright white.... Would not buy again
1 Like #8
For £2 a go you could throw them out after 6 months and think nothing of it. Hot
10 Likes #9
djbenny1
For £2 a go you could throw them out after 6 months and think nothing of it. Hot
Has anyone ever told you, that you look like Jeremy Kyle off ITV?
1 Like #10
these will shrink on a warm wash...order a size up.
1 Like #11
mykaloen
these will shrink on a warm wash...order a size up.
Yes I can back this up.
Bought some a couple of years ago in Medium (I'm 38" chest). Although they're good quality in other respects, they shrank to a Small (34"-36") after a couple of 40degC washes.
I now know to buy Large rather than Medium oO
#12
Not that I play any more, but handy for team sports, 5 aside etc.
1 Like #13
WillieGophar
mykaloen
these will shrink on a warm wash...order a size up.
Yes I can back this up.
Bought some a couple of years ago in Medium (I'm 38" chest). Although they're good quality in other respects, they shrank to a Small (34"-36") after a couple of 40degC washes.
I now know to buy Large rather than Medium oO


Or wash at 30c?
#14
Ebay feedback not impressive
#15
jock1
Ebay feedback not impressive

99.8% positive is not impressive oO
2 Likes #16
djbenny1
For £2 a go you could throw them out after 6 months and think nothing of it. Hot

very eco friendly of you... such way of living just generates even more rubbish. I rather pay more, for better quality which lasts longer.
#17
I've bought quite a few of these over the years and most off eBay are fake
5 Likes #18
dundalk
djbenny1
For £2 a go you could throw them out after 6 months and think nothing of it. Hot
very eco friendly of you... such way of living just generates even more rubbish. I rather pay more, for better quality which lasts longer.
Cotton is widely recycled - usually into cleaning cloths. Therefore djbenny1 is making the world a cleaner place and should be commended. You, on the other hand, with your reluctance to donate your t shirts to the world of cleaning, are selfish, and you should be ashamed of yourself.
#19
Elusia
I always thought this brand shirts are always fine quality.
Bought mixed colour pack before ,for my son while ago on offer.
It is cheap and it is a cotton top but it doesn't wash well, they seems to loose the shape even thought washed and ironed with care. White ones despite being always washed with vanish are not bright white.... Would not buy again
used to be made in Ireland now who knows
#20
Wanna eat some fruit while wearing this....
1 Like #21
Hmmm.. It won't let me add any to my basket, or select Buy Now.
Any colour, any size.
However, none of the ones I'm picking are listed as out of stock.
banned#22
it means low qualityoO
Elusia
I always thought this brand shirts are always fine quality.
http://birgitritter.xyz/1/a.jpgBought mixed colour pack before ,for my son while ago on offer.
It is cheap and it is a cotton top but it doesn't wash well, they seems to loose the shape even thought washed and ironed with care. White ones despite being always washed with vanish are not bright white.... Would not buy again
#23
brooky
dundalk
djbenny1
For £2 a go you could throw them out after 6 months and think nothing of it. Hot
very eco friendly of you... such way of living just generates even more rubbish. I rather pay more, for better quality which lasts longer.
Cotton is widely recycled - usually into cleaning cloths. Therefore djbenny1 is making the world a cleaner place and should be commended. You, on the other hand, with your reluctance to donate your t shirts to the world of cleaning, are selfish, and you should be ashamed of yourself.
This is the most dumbest comment I've seen for a while... Stop smoking pot or whatever you are taking...
He used expression "to throw them out", not "to recycle" - can you spot a difference? If you intended to make a funny comment, it clearly wasn't ...

I don't want to engage in a trolling debate with you. But just so you know, even in the business I'm running, I've chosen to use fully recyclable, reusable but 30-40% more expensive packaging for our products. I know there will always be people who won't care about environment, especially if they can save a few quid..
#24
Lots of comments saying these shrink in the washer, how about on a cold wash is it the same outcome? Also how do these hold up in a tumble dryer?
Thanks
3 Likes #25
dundalk
brooky
dundalk
djbenny1
For £2 a go you could throw them out after 6 months and think nothing of it. Hot
very eco friendly of you... such way of living just generates even more rubbish. I rather pay more, for better quality which lasts longer.
Cotton is widely recycled - usually into cleaning cloths. Therefore djbenny1 is making the world a cleaner place and should be commended. You, on the other hand, with your reluctance to donate your t shirts to the world of cleaning, are selfish, and you should be ashamed of yourself.
This is the most dumbest comment I've seen for a while... Stop smoking pot or whatever you are taking...
He used expression "to throw them out", not "to recycle" - can you spot a difference? If you intended to make a funny comment, it clearly wasn't ...
I don't want to engage in a trolling debate with you. But just so you know, even in the business I'm running, I've chosen to use fully recyclable, reusable but 30-40% more expensive packaging for our products. I know there will always be people who won't care about environment, especially if they can save a few quid..
"Most dumbest"? Good luck with that business
#26
What I am doing to do with 40 t-shorts? I don't need them! Bought anyway...
#27
darecy
What I am doing to do with 40 t-shorts? I don't need them! Bought anyway...


you mean 20 :{
1 Like #28
dundalk
brooky
dundalk
djbenny1
For £2 a go you could throw them out after 6 months and think nothing of it. Hot
very eco friendly of you... such way of living just generates even more rubbish. I rather pay more, for better quality which lasts longer.
Cotton is widely recycled - usually into cleaning cloths. Therefore djbenny1 is making the world a cleaner place and should be commended. You, on the other hand, with your reluctance to donate your t shirts to the world of cleaning, are selfish, and you should be ashamed of yourself.
This is the most dumbest comment I've seen for a while... Stop smoking pot or whatever you are taking...
He used expression "to throw them out", not "to recycle" - can you spot a difference? If you intended to make a funny comment, it clearly wasn't ...
I don't want to engage in a trolling debate with you. But just so you know, even in the business I'm running, I've chosen to use fully recyclable, reusable but 30-40% more expensive packaging for our products. I know there will always be people who won't care about environment, especially if they can save a few quid..

As brooky highlighted, I quite clearly meant that I was going to throw them out to the recycling bin.

I am passionate about cleaning but even moreso the recycling of cotton tshirts.
2 Likes #29
Is it just me that thinks there's something wrong when clothes can be sold this cheap and someone is still profiting? How much can they have paid the workers to pick the cotton, spin the cotton and make the t-shirts.
I'm not saying you should miss out on a bargain. In fact buying them will help keep the seriously underpaid workers in jobs. However I feel that the exploitation of poor countries and people for the benefit of the wealthier should stop.
#30
Price showing as £10.99 for 5 for me? Suspect they have increased price because of demand? still ordered anyway cheers OP.
#31
x80ssm
darecy
What I am doing to do with 40 t-shorts? I don't need them! Bought anyway...


you mean 20 :{


I thought it was good deal - only 20 :(
1 Like #32
its 100% Cotton none of the polyester rubbish
bought "Fruit of the Loom" from ebay / Amazon on 3 occasions.
received all fakes, about 75% polyester - by feel and generally poor quality.
2 sellers promptly accepted return/refund, 3rd was harder so had to paypal claim it.
After lengthy email conversation with Fruit of the Loom UK, they admitted that "it is possible that some products may be from not authorised sources". They refused to take a sample of the fake product from me and they did not want sellers addresses etc. They can't be bothered. I reported to Trading Standards and again nothing happened. The sellers are located in China, only using UK warehouses.
Good luck with "cheap" Fruit of the Loom ! ;-)
#33
SuperMariosDad
Is it just me that thinks there's something wrong when clothes can be sold this cheap and someone is still profiting? How much can they have paid the workers to pick the cotton, spin the cotton and make the t-shirts.
I'm not saying you should miss out on a bargain. In fact buying them will help keep the seriously underpaid workers in jobs. However I feel that the exploitation of poor countries and people for the benefit of the wealthier should stop.


All the big retailers pay less than this per tshirt but have higher margins. Much of the process is automated - China is reducing workers from many manufacturing plants by using machines/robots.

I'm not sure if you can buy ethical tshirts these days - there's not enough demand to make it worthwhile to produce them.
#34
Not sure about these ones but I bought cheap Fruit of The Loom T-Shirts off Amazon and the quality was poor, they went all shapeless and bobbled up after the first wash, they are now polishing cloths. If these are the same ones then you are getting what you pay for and disposable clothing.
#35
I purchased some of these a month ago. They fit well, I have a 44 inch chest and purchased the X-Large,they are nice and long too. They seem to wash well and don't shrink, I generally use the washing machine at 40°.

I would happily buy again
#36
Bought a 5 pack of these last year. No complaints at all. Good fit and have washed well. Maybe they are genuine?
#37
Groupon doing them £9.99 for 5 pick your colours hubbys just arrived in two days or you can get ten pack
#38
Grumpy1
Price showing as £10.99 for 5 for me? Suspect they have increased price because of demand? still ordered anyway cheers OP.
They have. Definitely showed me £9.99 this morning...

Heated OP!
#39
If the description on Groupon is anything to go by, these are not 100% Cotton T-Shirts like this eBay listing suggests.

Material: 100% cotton
Ash 99% cotton,1% polyester
Heather Grey 97% cotton, 3% polyester
Weight: White – 160gm/m² Colour – 165gm/m²

It may only be 1-3% but it's still not 100% cotton.

They don't look 'heavy' at all either. I suspect the 'heavy' claim is just reference to the fact they are mostly cotton.

To find out just how 'cotton' they are, try boiling one of them and seeing how much it shrinks.

Edited By: supermann on Feb 28, 2017 20:26
#40
hutchi03
Lots of comments saying these shrink in the washer, how about on a cold wash is it the same outcome? Also how do these hold up in a tumble dryer?
Thanks


I've tumbled dried hubbys they are fine

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