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Light a Lantern Sky Lanterns, 10-Pack, White was £24.99 now £8.74 delivered @ Amazon

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These sky lanterns would be ideal for Halloween or Bonfire night. Free delivery too. Value pack of 10 white lanterns Easy to use Fully bio-degradable No wire Size 38 x 38 x 105cm Read More
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These sky lanterns would be ideal for Halloween or Bonfire night. Free delivery too.

Value pack of 10 white lanterns
Easy to use
Fully bio-degradable
No wire
Size 38 x 38 x 105cm
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#1
They have these in our local 99p stores
#2
Foodie06
They have these in our local 99p stores

what a ten pack???
1 Like #3
No but they are 3 packs so you can get 24 lanterns and change for your £8
banned#4
I bet "health and safety" just love these.
#5
SHOWMAN36
I bet "health and safety" just love these.


Outraged Daily Mail readers adore them, really gets their juices going.

Thing is whilst the fire risk is overstated, if they are used properly, and the livestock risk minimal, as long as they are the non-wire type, surely sending these off is not unlike driving down the road and chucking your chip papers out of the window?
1 Like #6
These DO ACTUALLY contain wire which gets shredded when hay is made and can kill cows etc, there are wire-free sky lanterns around now that avoid this, in fact all lantern manufacturers received a letter from UK trading standards recommending that they stop selling sky lanterns that contain wire a month or so ago, it seems that these people are dumping their stock of wire lanterns rather than destroying them.

Edited By: GlebeCS on Oct 10, 2010 15:43: spelling
#7
GlebeCS
These DO ACTUALLY contain wire which gets shredded when hay is made and can kill cows etc, there are wire-free sky lanterns around now that avoid this, in fact all lantern manufacturers received a letter from UK trading standards recommending that they stop selling sky lanterns that contain wire a month or so ago, it seems that these people are dumping their stock of wire lanterns rather than destroying them.


Another one!

Go and troll elsewhere and don't believe everything you read!
#8
GlebeCS
These DO ACTUALLY contain wire which gets shredded when hay is made and can kill cows etc, there are wire-free sky lanterns around now that avoid this, in fact all lantern manufacturers received a letter from UK trading standards recommending that they stop selling sky lanterns that contain wire a month or so ago, it seems that these people are dumping their stock of wire lanterns rather than destroying them.

um it does state 'no wire'? so maybe its one for the trading standards (_;)
#9
over here we are actually supposed to inform the coastgurad if we are setting them off oO
#10
You can get 10 Multi coloured ones from ebay for £7.99 delivered
#11
GlebeCS
These DO ACTUALLY contain wire which gets shredded when hay is made and can kill cows etc, there are wire-free sky lanterns around now that avoid this, in fact all lantern manufacturers received a letter from UK trading standards recommending that they stop selling sky lanterns that contain wire a month or so ago, it seems that these people are dumping their stock of wire lanterns rather than destroying them.
That's really interesting. My dad said just yesterday they have these in Poundland. Not sure how many in the pack though :)
banned#12
crazylegs
GlebeCS
These DO ACTUALLY contain wire which gets shredded when hay is made and can kill cows etc, there are wire-free sky lanterns around now that avoid this, in fact all lantern manufacturers received a letter from UK trading standards recommending that they stop selling sky lanterns that contain wire a month or so ago, it seems that these people are dumping their stock of wire lanterns rather than destroying them.


Another one!

Go and troll elsewhere and don't believe everything you read!


Whats your point? he's entitled to his view as much as you are.Are you an expert in these things or just a bigmouth?

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