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Men's cashmere sweater - all sizes, several colours £17.50 Tesco instore

£17.50 @ Tesco
In Tesco Bedford the non-sale section contained several racks of 100% cashmere sweaters, originally labelled £25 but with £17.50 hand-written on them. They scanned at this price. Colours available …
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
In Tesco Bedford the non-sale section contained several racks of 100% cashmere sweaters, originally labelled £25 but with £17.50 hand-written on them. They scanned at this price.

Colours available were dark grey, black, red, dark brown and navy blue. There were also some light grey sweaters at this price in the sale section.

Quality seems very good. Not the softest cashmere you'll ever feel, but an absolute steal at the price.
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#1
Wasn't there some stuff in the news a year or two back showing how the cheap supermarket "100% cashmere sweaters" were not 100% cashmere but contained other fibres? Either way a good price, definitely much cheaper than a Ralph Lauren Twin Ply 100% Virgin Fibre cashmere sweater which would be nearer £400.
#2
This is a great deal if you're looking for a cheap disposable cashmere sweater - if you want something that'll last spend some more.

Essentially, you're getting what you pay for here folks.
#3
Would dispute the "disposable" point there. I don't buy much clothing from Tesco, but what I have bought has lasted just fine.
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wotguvnotmeguv;3349148
Would dispute the "disposable" point there. I don't buy much clothing from Tesco, but what I have bought has lasted just fine.


I accept your point, I was merely trying to highlight there is a difference in the durability of a sweater costing $20 and one costing more like the market rate...
#5
I bought one of their cashmere sweaters over a year ago and its lasted very well. I got mines half price at the time £40 down to £20.

Unfortunately a certain member of my family lobbed it in to the washing machine with the rest of the washing and well...its not as great as it used to be..lol, however if you dry clean it or steam it then it will last just as long as any other sweater.

I understand what the last reply is stating about more expensive sweaters, however in all fairness its about value for money with Tesco's and although the sweater is remarkably thin, its very warm indeed. It was ideal during winter time to wear over my shirt in the office, took the cold edge away and wasnt too overly warm in the office either....I'd say its a good buy.

And given that they are now down to £17.50 then I'm popping in to my local superstore to see if they have any on offer! Cheers!
#6
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I accept your point, I was merely trying to highlight there is a difference in the durability of a sweater costing $20 and one costing more like the market rate...


Durability? It's generally a handwash or dry clean fabric anyway, and it's not like anyone wearing a cashmere sweater is going to be running round climbing trees.

Obviously it's not of the quality of something selling for £100. But when you look at the sweaters made from poor quality fabrics and sell for £30+ in Next, Top Man and Burton, even the £25 price point for these sweaters was impressive.
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wotguvnotmeguv
Durability? It's generally a handwash or dry clean fabric anyway, and it's not like anyone wearing a cashmere sweater is going to be running round climbing trees.

Obviously it's not of the quality of something selling for £100. But when you look at the sweaters made from poor quality fabrics and sell for £30+ in Next, Top Man and Burton, even the £25 price point for these sweaters was impressive.


Totally agree. Also, what about the standard cotton jumpers you see for circa £60-£70 like Rockport, Hillfiger....just a cotton jumper with a brand name and the price goes thru the roof. They are no more durable than say cotton trader ones for a tenner.

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