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GHD IV Styler - £80.10 Delivered (with code) @ Feel Unique

£80.10 @ Feel Unique
use code TREATMUM + 7% cashback if voting cold please state why ghd's most advanced Styler yet! - New rounder barrel so it's even easier to create perfect curls, waves or flicks, a… Read More
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if voting cold please state why

ghd's most advanced Styler yet!

- New rounder barrel so it's even easier to create perfect curls, waves or flicks, as well as the perfect straight.
- Sleep mode is a built in safety feature that gives you peace of mind by turning off if the ghd IV styler is left unattended for 30 minutes.
- Now with universal voltage for optimum performance wherever you travel.
- Unique digital technology means that the temperature is automatically controlled even quicker for even better styling.
- Advanced ceramic heaters provide the ultimate surface for static-free sheen.

ghd's core styler, the most advanced yet. Suitable for long hair.

The ghd IV styler is all you'll ever need to create perfect curls, movement volume and straight thanks to its advanced technology and smart features.

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[mod]#1
why cold ? cheapest i can see them
banned#2
bargain-hot! cheapest ive seen them for ages! shame i didnt need another pair
#3
Yiddos probably voting cold cos once again The gunners are Top Dogs ...Toon toon black and white army!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#4
cracking price, might just treat myself my last pair just broke after nearly ten years
#5
Ordered thanks. Voted Hot!:)
#7
voted hot - good price
#8
Heat Added for best price - but would recommend from experience buying a different brand that are cheaper but just as effective
4 Likes #9
Unfortunately on this site it's not about the offer/sales price against retail, it's all about whatever the cheapest alternative is, even if it's not comparable.

Exactly the same story with
-Mac threads with people not interested in a Mac but desperate to convince people why they think they shouldn't have one.
-Bicycle threads, with the £100 from Asda comments/'this is more expensive than my car'
-Car threads - why buy * when you can get a 15 year old knackered BMW for £600
-Chicken threads - again not about the deal but always full of righteous people.
-A/V threads with that **** running around with the unfunny Onkyo/Sony meme

This site's going to the dogs unless people can accept that some people do still have some spare cash and want a specific product and are willing to pay more than something which other people consider to be 'comparable'

Heat added for your deal anyway



Edited By: Bossworld on Mar 20, 2011 17:21
1 Like #10
Bossworld
Unfortunately on this site it's not about the offer/sales price against retail, it's all about whatever the cheapest alternative is, even if it's not comparable.

Exactly the same story with
-Mac threads with people not interested in a Mac but desperate to convince people why they think they shouldn't have one.
-Bicycle threads, with the £100 from Asda comments/'this is more expensive than my car'
-Car threads - why buy * when you can get a 15 year old knackered BMW for £600
-Chicken threads - again not about the deal but always full of righteous people.
-A/V threads with that **** running around with the unfunny Onkyo/Sony meme

This site's going to the dogs unless people can accept that some people do still have some spare cash and want a specific product and are willing to pay more than something which other people consider to be 'comparable'

Heat added for your deal anyway




All so true! :(

Anyways, I dont even have hair and I'm gonna vote hot here.
[mod]#11
+ 7% CASHBACK VIA QUIDCO/TOPCASHBACK
#12
I think i'v seen straighteners in Argos for less than a fiver, cant be sure tho.
#13
Bossworld
Unfortunately on this site it's not about the offer/sales price against retail, it's all about whatever the cheapest alternative is, even if it's not comparable.

Exactly the same story with
-Mac threads with people not interested in a Mac but desperate to convince people why they think they shouldn't have one.
-Bicycle threads, with the £100 from Asda comments/'this is more expensive than my car'
-Car threads - why buy * when you can get a 15 year old knackered BMW for £600
-Chicken threads - again not about the deal but always full of righteous people.
-A/V threads with that **** running around with the unfunny Onkyo/Sony meme

This site's going to the dogs unless people can accept that some people do still have some spare cash and want a specific product and are willing to pay more than something which other people consider to be 'comparable'

Heat added for your deal anyway



If that is a reference to my post please read again as i have said that i have voted hot for price. However i have added a suggestion to find a similar product whic i can advise if necessary. The aim of this site is to help people out with deals so if i can help save someone £40 by advising a second product i will. On a separate note, while i agree with you on things like the onkyo posts if it still gives an entertainment value to some then who is it hurting. No one is forcing you to read all the posts.
[mod]#14
Rips
I think i'v seen straighteners in Argos for less than a fiver, cant be sure tho.


ur prob right but your point is ?
#15
No point really, just an observation for anybody wanting to save a few pounds.... :)
#16
I'm just a dumb guy so I could do with some educating: I just use a £15 one from Asda and it works fine enough.

What do the more expensive ones do better? Like... it's just two hot plates at the end of the day, right?
[mod]#17
Rips
No point really, just an observation for anybody wanting to save a few pounds.... :)


like any other product then
#18
mikeyb83


If that is a reference to my post please read again as i have said that i have voted hot for price. However i have added a suggestion to find a similar product whic i can advise if necessary. The aim of this site is to help people out with deals so if i can help save someone £40 by advising a second product i will. On a separate note, while i agree with you on things like the onkyo posts if it still gives an entertainment value to some then who is it hurting. No one is forcing you to read all the posts.


Not you particularly as I'd not even noticed your comment, and you've at least got the common sense to see that this is a 'hot' deal as the best price for the item.

Constructive criticism like yours isn't a bad thing, whereas people mouthing off that it's cold because they can get 'chalk' for '£* cheaper than cheese' adds nothing of value to a post.

If the Onkyo posts are your sort of entertainment then you've got my deepest sympathies, would you like some Ann Summers posts with the usual unfunny innuendo to go with? True I don't have to click on it and I'm all up for fun and games, but every joke has a limited lifespan, and in terms of hi-fi deals, decent discussion/recommendations usually gets lost amongst 20 posts of unfunny tat.


Edited By: Bossworld on Mar 20, 2011 17:56
suspended#19
the missus doesn't use anything else but GHD's, they've lasted her for years. Not sure about any other brands but they seem to be built to last.

Good retailer too, purchased from them before and pays out pretty quick (quidco).
1 Like #20
Kirajai
the missus doesn't use anything else but GHD's, they've lasted her for years. Not sure about any other brands but they seem to be built to last.

Good retailer too, purchased from them before and pays out pretty quick (quidco).


I can't fault the GHD's for build quality and usage quality however last time our GHD's broke we weren't flush enought o shell out for another pair so opted for a £30 pair of remmingtons which we have now had about 3.5 years and they are every bit as good as the GHD and in some respects better.
#21
Thanks g/f wanted the gold ones (like theres any difference ?) worked out at £101 delived with any luck will get 7 quid from quidco.
#22
http://www.willentrading.co.uk/health-beauty/ghd-g04ss-iv-salon-styler-hair-straightener-wide-plates-p-5949.html
£49.99 +£8 postage
Liquidized bankrupt stock or graded products but genuine


Edited By: eddieitman on Mar 20, 2011 18:55
#23
I'm new to hair straightners, but all everyone ever talks about are GHD's. This model has been out for 4+ years as far as I know, and when it was out it was advance because it used ceramic. But now everyone else is using ceramic as well but have other features also, while this just seems like a standard (but still expensive) straightner. Can anyone else tell me if or why this is better than the other straightners that are out today, given that you can get babyliss ceramic ones for 20quid?

I've voted hot either way.
1 Like #24
AST3R
I'm new to hair straightners, but all everyone ever talks about are GHD's. This model has been out for 4+ years as far as I know, and when it was out it was advance because it used ceramic. But now everyone else is using ceramic as well but have other features also, while this just seems like a standard (but still expensive) straightner. Can anyone else tell me if or why this is better than the other straightners that are out today, given that you can get babyliss ceramic ones for 20quid?

I've voted hot either way.


Very often it is to do with the heat that they produce. I myself have very frizzy hair and have had several sets of ceramic straighteners. As i posted in an earlier comment there are 2 that i would recommend 1. these GHD's @£80. 2 - Remmingtons (can't remember the model number) @ around £35 They have adjustable heat and come with a thermal cover as standard which is very useful for after using.
1 Like #25
mikeyb83
AST3R
I'm new to hair straightners, but all everyone ever talks about are GHD's. This model has been out for 4+ years as far as I know, and when it was out it was advance because it used ceramic. But now everyone else is using ceramic as well but have other features also, while this just seems like a standard (but still expensive) straightner. Can anyone else tell me if or why this is better than the other straightners that are out today, given that you can get babyliss ceramic ones for 20quid?

I've voted hot either way.


Very often it is to do with the heat that they produce. I myself have very frizzy hair and have had several sets of ceramic straighteners. As i posted in an earlier comment there are 2 that i would recommend 1. these GHD's @£80. 2 - Remmingtons (can't remember the model number) @ around £35 They have adjustable heat and come with a thermal cover as standard which is very useful for after using.


Just to add. i think the Remmington ones are better and lower priced. These are the ones http://www.amazon.co.uk/Remington-S2014-Slim-Ceramic-Straightener/dp/B000SZ95QC

and they are down to £25!! bargain
#26
mikeyb83

Very often it is to do with the heat that they produce. I myself have very frizzy hair and have had several sets of ceramic straighteners. As i posted in an earlier comment there are 2 that i would recommend 1. these GHD's @£80. 2 - Remmingtons (can't remember the model number) @ around £35 They have adjustable heat and come with a thermal cover as standard which is very useful for after using.


Is it the amount of heat they produce or how effectively they apply/maintain it? I've got some cheap ceramic unbranded ones I've used a few times, and it makes my hair straight, but it only lasts 2-3 hours max, even after using hair products. I'm wondering whether this is due to the hair straightener or whether it's because I'm a guy? :(
1 Like #27
TommyCooper
Yiddos probably voting cold cos once again The gunners are Top Dogs ...Toon toon black and white army!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


http://www.retromodo.co.uk/img/p/6742-14349-large.jpg
#28
mikeyb83

Just to add. i think the Remmington ones are better and lower priced. These are the ones[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FRemington-S2014-Slim-Ceramic-Straightener%2Fdp%2FB000SZ95QC] http://www.amazon.co.uk/Remington-S2014-Slim-Ceramic-Straightener/dp/B000SZ95QC[/url]
Oooh thanks for the link. 36% tend to go for the shine therapy one though. They're better I'm assuming?

and they are down to £25!! bargain


Edit* :s I'm sure I put a comment here.

Was asking whether the shine therapy ones were better since most people seemed to buy that one instead. Thanks for the help :)




Edited By: AST3R on Mar 20, 2011 20:18
1 Like #29
AST3R
mikeyb83

Very often it is to do with the heat that they produce. I myself have very frizzy hair and have had several sets of ceramic straighteners. As i posted in an earlier comment there are 2 that i would recommend 1. these GHD's @£80. 2 - Remmingtons (can't remember the model number) @ around £35 They have adjustable heat and come with a thermal cover as standard which is very useful for after using.


Is it the amount of heat they produce or how effectively they apply/maintain it? I've got some cheap ceramic unbranded ones I've used a few times, and it makes my hair straight, but it only lasts 2-3 hours max, even after using hair products. I'm wondering whether this is due to the hair straightener or whether it's because I'm a guy? :(


Yes, it does make a difference. When you get a pair that have the right mix of plates and heat it will stay straight for the full day. Except if it rains - no straighteners will help you there I'm afraid!!
1 Like #30
mikeyb83
AST3R
mikeyb83

Very often it is to do with the heat that they produce. I myself have very frizzy hair and have had several sets of ceramic straighteners. As i posted in an earlier comment there are 2 that i would recommend 1. these GHD's @£80. 2 - Remmingtons (can't remember the model number) @ around £35 They have adjustable heat and come with a thermal cover as standard which is very useful for after using.


Is it the amount of heat they produce or how effectively they apply/maintain it? I've got some cheap ceramic unbranded ones I've used a few times, and it makes my hair straight, but it only lasts 2-3 hours max, even after using hair products. I'm wondering whether this is due to the hair straightener or whether it's because I'm a guy? :(


Yes, it does make a difference. When you get a pair that have the right mix of plates and heat it will stay straight for the full day. Except if it rains - no straighteners will help you there I'm afraid!!


I'm a guy as well by the way!!!
#31
mikeyb83

I'm a guy as well by the way!!!


That's assuring to know but do you have thick uncontrollable wavy curly frizzy hair as well :P
#32
AST3R
mikeyb83

I'm a guy as well by the way!!!


That's assuring to know but do you have thick uncontrollable wavy curly frizzy hair as well :P


Yes - my girlfriend and I both have the most uncontrollably, wavy, double thick, frizzy hair!!!
1 Like #33
mikeyb83
AST3R
mikeyb83

I'm a guy as well by the way!!!


That's assuring to know but do you have thick uncontrollable wavy curly frizzy hair as well :P


Yes - my girlfriend and I both have the most uncontrollably, wavy, double thick, frizzy hair!!!


Plus - i know its not a competition for who would have the most uncontrollable frizz wave fest but if it was i would win :p
[mod] 1 Like #34
mikeyb83
mikeyb83
AST3R
mikeyb83

I'm a guy as well by the way!!!


That's assuring to know but do you have thick uncontrollable wavy curly frizzy hair as well :P


Yes - my girlfriend and I both have the most uncontrollably, wavy, double thick, frizzy hair!!!


Plus - i know its not a competition for who would have the most uncontrollable frizz wave fest but if it was i would win :p



http://bluraymedia.ign.com/bluray/image/article/105/1050292/lock-stock-and-two-smoking-barrels-20091130003906320_640w.jpg

You on the right ? :D
1 Like #35
goonertillidie
mikeyb83
mikeyb83
AST3R
mikeyb83

I'm a guy as well by the way!!!


That's assuring to know but do you have thick uncontrollable wavy curly frizzy hair as well :P


Yes - my girlfriend and I both have the most uncontrollably, wavy, double thick, frizzy hair!!!


Plus - i know its not a competition for who would have the most uncontrollable frizz wave fest but if it was i would win :p



http://bluraymedia.ign.com/bluray/image/article/105/1050292/lock-stock-and-two-smoking-barrels-20091130003906320_640w.jpg

You on the right ? :D



Close enough!!!
[mod]#36
LOL i actually soat my coffee out X)
#37
goonertillidie


http://bluraymedia.ign.com/bluray/image/article/105/1050292/lock-stock-and-two-smoking-barrels-20091130003906320_640w.jpg

You on the right ? :D

ROFL!
#38
Where does the code go pls?
#39
empas79
Where does the code go pls?

Probably after you sign up and put your card details. It's so annoying how every single website wants you to register, especially since your never going to visit the site again.
#40
Nope :-( Just nearly cost the full £89 :-( Xx

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