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Went to Tesco last night (Great Yarmouth). they have these at £4.99 - you get teh razor (normally £9.99) and a 64mb swivel steel USB stick with the Gillette fusion logo on it!

Seemed a bargain!
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#1
64Mb - wow thats fantastic!!
#2
I was more stating its half price for the razor - the stick is an extra. No need for sarcasm.:whistling:
#3
Heated :)
#4
64mb is absolutely fine for moving stacks of documents/spreadsheets around.
The only time I need more is when I move music and pictures - 64mb is still pretty handy.
#5
Good price for the razor - heat added
#6
erics
64Mb - wow thats fantastic!!


What did you expect? 2gb?
#7
Added heat
#8
Well, Ithink its pretty good too, seeing as how these tend to retail for £7 - £8 upwards.

Heated !
#9
Brett;1554393
What did you expect? 2gb?

Personally I would rather not have the memory stick at all as it is most likely to end up in the bin or at the bottom of a draw.
#10
erics;1555702
Personally I would rather not have the memory stick at all as it is most likely to end up in the bin or at the bottom of a draw.
What a bizarre thing to say. You can, of course, put it straight in the bin if you wish. Alternatively, find a local schoolkid who will be more than happy to have a stick this size for their homework etc (and they can fool their friends that they are already shaving - kudos (but not for the girls)).
#11
graybags;1555716
What a bizarre thing to say. You can, of course, put it straight in the bin if you wish.

Why is it bizzarre? A 64Mb stick is of no use to me, and wouldn't tempt me to buy it. I would rather not add to the landfill unnecessarily. To me it is just a sales gimmick that has no value to me. To others it may have, fortunately we are all different. "One man's rubbish is another man's treasure" and all that.
#12
Personally I would rather not have the memory stick at all as it is most likely to end up in the bin or at the bottom of a draw.


don't buy it then!
Great price the free gift is a bonus
#13
erics
Why is it bizzarre? A 64Mb stick is of no use to me, and wouldn't tempt me to buy it. I would rather not add to the landfill unnecessarily. To me it is just a sales gimmick that has no value to me. To others it may have, fortunately we are all different. "One man's rubbish is another man's treasure" and all that.


so if u had the choice of the razor alone at £9.99 or the razor+stick at £4.99 - you would just get teh razor so as not to add the landfill?
#14
Drooler;1556636
so if u had the choice of the razor alone at £9.99 or the razor+stick at £4.99 - you would just get teh razor so as not to add the landfill?

If two products were the same price and one had a "free gift" that was worthless to me I wouldn't automatically go for that.
Similarly when a super market do a "BOGOF" offer on perishables and I will only use one of I don't take the free one just for the sake of it in the knowledge it will end up in the compost heap.
#15
surely though if a supermarket has a bogof on a product u only want one of - u give the other to someone you know? if your entitled to it and it is useful (even if not to you), you dont allow a company the size of the likes of Tesco, Asda etc to just keep it?
#16
Drooler;1557541
surely though if a supermarket has a bogof on a product u only want one of - u give the other to someone you know?

In an ideal world maybe, but it never works out like that ...

Drooler;1557541
if your entitled to it and it is useful (even if not to you), you dont allow a company the size of the likes of Tesco, Asda etc to just keep it?

Yes, why not? Then the option is there for someone else to take the deal rather than being sold out and rotting in my bin.
When you go to a buffet do you take everything on the table piling your plate up as high as you can even if you know you won't eat it all? Or do you take what you think you will eat?

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