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Mens Diesel Jeans £40.50

£40.50 @ USC
Diesel Thicar 8IE Jean Slim fit jean with very slim tapered leg - High waisted with semi low crotch - Back construction 'baggy' 98% Cotton 2% Elastane Wash at 30 degrees Reduced to … Read More
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8y, 9m agoFound 8 years, 9 months ago
Diesel Thicar 8IE Jean

Slim fit jean with very slim tapered leg
- High waisted with semi low crotch
- Back construction 'baggy'


98% Cotton 2% Elastane
Wash at 30 degrees

Reduced to £45, an extra 10% off until 13th Oct makes them £40.50 - Great if you missed out on the £30 Jeans today!
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banned#1
i`d never pay that for jeans , the supermarket own brand ones are equally as good and for a 10th of the price
#2
aberfal
i`d never pay that for jeans , the supermarket own brand ones are equally as good and for a 10th of the price


Supermarket Jeans are no where near as good as Diesel jeans. Most of the time they fit better, are made from better denim, and look alot better. Not slating Supermarket jeans in any way though. Just not the same. Bargain at just over £40 for these.

Who's voting this cold?
#3
Asda jeans are hardly 'cool' now though are they!

OK if you're over 40!
#4
aberfal
i`d never pay that for jeans , the supermarket own brand ones are equally as good and for a 10th of the price


Sorry, i dont think that point is true, no offence.

Diesel jeans are really very good jeans, dont own a pair myself as i cant afford them, but a few mates have em and they are excellent quality and fit!

Wouldn't buy them online without trying them instore first though, same for many items of clothing though really.

As for supermarket own brands being as good, they are not, asda price beans, for example, are not as good as Heinz, but to many an acceptable compromise in cost/quality. For those who want Diesel jeans this is good value.

I'de like to think that many of you will agree for a pair of diesel jeans this is cheap.

Or we could all wear a loin cloth and vote every piece of clothing cold?

BFM
#5
Voted Hot
banned#6
aberfal
i`d never pay that for jeans , the supermarket own brand ones are equally as good and for a 10th of the price


Dont agree with that at all. Most cheap jeans are very poor quality.

Maybe the cold voters could explain where these jeans can be bought cheaper?
#7
Good deal but not a lot available, and no way can you copmpare diesel to Asda. Well unless you are totally clueless that is!!
#8
burhaan7777
comments on this deals and the Diesel "dirty thirty" deal have made me realise that hukd's is full of penny saving tight-arses...i have emailed the mods to close my account down as i dont want to be part of these geeky looking ******s!


I think you can close it yourself in the Control Panel section.

Also, aint Matalan doing Diesel jeans for £30? Heard it today from somebody. Im going into Matalan today so will report back.
#9
burhaan7777:
comments on this deals and the Diesel "dirty thirty" deal have made me realise that hukd's is full of penny saving tight-arses...i have emailed the mods to close my account down as i dont want to be part of these geeky looking ******s!


Don't let the door smack you on the ass on the way out. Bye!
#10
People comparing Diesel with Asda's own is a complete joke.

It's like comparing a ferrari with a fiesta. Granted to most folk with financial commitments, a wife and 3 kids the concept of paying £50 for a pair of jeans is ridiculous but that doesn't make a deal cold, not every deal is aimed for every user, but those voting cold should perhaps come up with a better source for Diesel jeans for less than £45.

There would be no such thing as fashion to believe most of the posts on here this week. I can just imagine someone spotting the deal for Jimmy Choo's for £50 and people p!ssing on the deal because Clark's make shoes for a £10!!
#11
aberfal
i`d never pay that for jeans , the supermarket own brand ones are equally as good and for a 10th of the price



Don't be an idiot, this is a fantastic price for fashionable high quality skinny fit jeans

£10 supermarket jeans look like £10 supermarket jeans and would not be worn by anyone under the age of 40
#12
storrie
People comparing Diesel with Asda's own is a complete joke.

It's like comparing a ferrari with a fiesta. Granted to most folk with financial commitments, a wife and 3 kids the concept of paying £50 for a pair of jeans is ridiculous but that doesn't make a deal cold, not every deal is aimed for every user, but those voting cold should perhaps come up with a better source for Diesel jeans for less than £45.

There would be no such thing as fashion to believe most of the posts on here this week. I can just imagine someone spotting the deal for Jimmy Choo's for £50 and people p!ssing on the deal because Clark's make shoes for a £10!!


I think you should not vote unless the deal is of interest to you, people post some real tripe on here but I don't feel the need to vote it cold, because A) I have no idea if it's a deal or not and B) It does not concern me. I wish others would adopt the same policy.

I personally think these are hideous but I prefer a different style jean, and indeed all my diesel jeans have lasted considerably longer than any others I own, so idiots saying Asda home brand is equally as good should remember the phrase "better to remain silent and be thought stupid than to open your mouth and remove all doubt"

At 1/3 of their regular price I would say, to those who it appeals to, this is a hot deal.

How about engaging brain before getting all trigger happy on the cold button ey folk!
#13
ms2005
How about engaging brain before getting all trigger happy on the cold button ey folk!


Couldn't agree more!! If its not your cup of tea, move on. SImple. Unless you think its a bad deal and the savings aren't great then don't vote cold. If its something you wouldn't buy then move on? This is an amazing saving of nearly 60%

Seriously mods, can something be done about this?? This seems to be happening all the time, and good deals are going cold straight away. make the cold voters add a reason why its cold?? :x

OK i'm done now...
#14
[QUOTE=milesy29]

Seriously mods, can something be done about this?? This seems to be happening all the time, and good deals are going cold straight away. make the cold voters add a reason why its cold?? :x
QUOTE]

This makes perfect sense, make cold voters accountable!
#15
aberfal
i`d never pay that for jeans , the supermarket own brand ones are equally as good and for a 10th of the price


Yeah I don't really agree, however I don't think you need to spend as much as people think to get a quality pair. Diesel are overpriced anyway. Seen some pics of these, they look way too tight for my liking.
banned#16
ron s london
Don't be an idiot, this is a fantastic price for fashionable high quality skinny fit jeans

£10 supermarket jeans look like £10 supermarket jeans and would not be worn by anyone under the age of 40


i`m not an idiot u mouthy ladies private area i buy jeans for less than £10 and they are way better than these rip -offs , get in the real world u another word for copulation
#17
Yet again a good deal voted cold.
I've voted it hot because I can't find the product cheaper elsewhere, so therefore it has to be a hot deal surely???

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