Original Duck Tape 50mm x 50m (INSTORE ONLY) @ Poundland - HotUKDeals
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Seen in the Perry Barr store, so not sure if nationwide. Screwfix are selling this for £6.49.

Product Description

This Duck Tape is a multi-purpose cloth tape which is extra strong and waterproof (not suitable for total immersion in water) and sticks firmly to most surfaces .

It is suitable for both interior and exterior use, and has hundreds of uses around the home, garden, garage and workplace. It is easy to tear by hand or alternatively cut with scissors for an extra neat job.

Not intended for permanent repairs, use Duck Tape All Weather Repair Tape if sticking onto glass in greenhouses or conservatories etc..

Tough multi purpose cloth tape.

Extra strong
But easy to tear
Waterproof (not total immersion)
Hundreds of uses
Sticks to most surfaces
Interior and Exterior.
With stands temperatures for -5o to +60o

Performance features:
Fixes, Mounts, Bundles, Seals, Protects, Bonds, Repairs, Joins, Reinforces, Identifies

Colour: Silver
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#1
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1 Like #2
Tear one thread off a strip of this and lay it on someone's car for the ultimate Scratched paintwork gag....
#3
Uridium
Tear one thread off a strip of this and lay it on someone's car for the ultimate Scratched paintwork gag....


Guy at work is really **** about the paintwork on his beemer. This is genius, thanks! :-D rep given :thumbsup:
#4
I always thought the 'original' was ducT tape, not ducK tape. Similar product obviously, but not sure if the brand is quite what you think it is.

(The great God known as Wikipedia confirms that I am correct btw.)
#5
I Love You Pound Land!!!!
#6
Just what I need to repair my duck.
#7
a quacking deal...
#8
theyve had this in stock for a while now, & if im not mistaken im sure there was a deal for the 150m roll in poundland posted not long ago ;-)
#9
Ive had a couple of these ... and they're not very good ... quickly lose their stickiness.
#10
Just what I need to stop her getting out of the basement again. Heat added!
#11
can you use it for bondage ?? My girlfriend loves me to tie her up thankyou for your help !
#12
LOUGHBORO GUY
can you use it for bondage ?? My girlfriend loves me to tie her up thankyou for your help !


Yes you can, but she might scream some when you take the tape off, unless thats what she likes!
#13
austinc
theyve had this in stock for a while now, & if im not mistaken im sure there was a deal for the 150m roll in poundland posted not long ago ;-)


so instead of criticizing, why didnt you post the deal? as for the claim, poundland have had these for ages, well i have never seen these in poundland before today. they have only ever stocked the unknown brands of cloth tape previously. :x

furthermore, find that other deal you claim you have seen!!!
#14
I have bought several rolls of Duck brand tape from poundland ( they have been stocking them in my local store for some months) and they have all been useless... I think they are either substandard batches or old stock. they weren't hardly sticky and peeled off... the masking tape was just like paper on both sides and had to be chucked, the gaffer tape was better but substandard
#15
centurion^
so instead of criticizing, why didnt you post the deal? as for the claim, poundland have had these for ages, well i have never seen these in poundland before today. they have only ever stocked the unknown brands of cloth tape previously. :x

furthermore, find that other deal you claim you have seen!!!


Jeez, why so defensive. I think everybody already knows Poundland has lots of bargain so posting them on here is pointless clutter.
#16
Jeez, why so defensive. I think everybody already knows Poundland has lots of bargain so posting them on here is pointless clutter.
good point -- a bit like yellow sticker items in local tesco in scotland or remote wales
but post may feel they have a bargain and i bought a few sunglasses at a quid after a post here on poundland and not much more but tesco charging 6quid for duct tape is new to me so thanks
#17
Smallfish
I always thought the 'original' was ducT tape, not ducK tape. Similar product obviously, but not sure if the brand is quite what you think it is.

(The great God known as Wikipedia confirms that I am correct btw.)


Actually, we were thinking along the same lines but DUCK tape is the original...

Dear Duct Tape Users:

Is it Duct or Duck? We don’t want you to be confused, so we will explain. The first name for Duct Tape was DUCK. During World War II the U.S. Military needed a waterproof tape to keep the moisture out of ammunition cases. So, they enlisted the Johnson and Johnson Permacel Division to manufacture the tape. Because it was waterproof, everyone referred to it as “duck” tape (like water off a duck’s back). Military personnel discovered that the tape was good for lots more than keeping out water. They used it for Jeep repair, fixing stuff on their guns, strapping equipment to their clothing... the list is endless.

After the War, the housing industry was booming and someone discovered that the tape was great for joining the heating and air conditioning duct work. So, the color was changed from army green to the silvery color we are familiar with today and people started to refer to it as “duct tape*.” Therefore, either name is appropriate.

Today, Duck® brand Tape is manufactured by Henkel Consumer Adhesives. After thoroughly familiarizing ourselves with the hundreds of duct tapes on the market, we have found Duck® brand Tape to be the most consistent in quality. And, we are delighted with the large array of colors that they manufacture (including camo tape and new “X-Treme Tape” which comes in hot day-glo colors).

Jim and I do lots of appearances promoting Duck® brand Tape and do so without reservation. Therefore, we go by both The Duct Tape Guys, and The Duck Tape Guys. And, we use the words Duck and Duct interchangeably throughout our web site.

So, whether you call it Duct Tape or Duck Tape... you are still using the “Ultimate Power Tool” in our estimation.

--- Jim and Tim, the Duck/Duct Tape Guys

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centurion^
so instead of criticizing, why didnt you post the deal? as for the claim, poundland have had these for ages, well i have never seen these in poundland before today. they have only ever stocked the unknown brands of cloth tape previously. :x

furthermore, find that other deal you claim you have seen!!!


give the guy a break, this is an old deal (see here ) however as it's old, so it's probably worth a repost I guess :thumbsup: and you can get down off your high-horse now ;-)

I've personally never seen this tape in my local store, however good for those that can get it. :)
#19
toonarmani
give the guy a break, this is an old deal (see here ) however as it's old, so it's probably worth a repost I guess :thumbsup: and you can get down off your high-horse now ;-)

I've personally never seen this tape in my local store, however good for those that can get it. :)


I agree.

I didn't know Poundland sold it. It's expensive everywhere else.

Good deal imo
banned#20
Hot deal, shame about the op

Perhaps he could use some of this to hold his dummy in place?
#21
gtd65
Actually, we were thinking along the same lines but DUCK tape is the original...


Interesting, I was going to post - it may be original Duck Tape but I will stick to using DUCT tape.... to be honest I find the B&Q stuff better re sticking and staying.
#22
aabarcellos
Jeez, why so defensive. I think everybody already knows Poundland has lots of bargain so posting them on here is pointless clutter.
good point -- a bit like yellow sticker items in local tesco in scotland or remote wales
but post may feel they have a bargain and i bought a few sunglasses at a quid after a post here on poundland and not much more but tesco charging 6quid for duct tape is new to me so thanks


Are you saying that you welcome posts about "yellow sticker items" throughout England, but object if they refer to a store in "scotland or remote wales [sic]"? :thinking:
#23
centurion^
so instead of criticizing, why didnt you post the deal? as for the claim, poundland have had these for ages, well i have never seen these in poundland before today. they have only ever stocked the unknown brands of cloth tape previously. :x

furthermore, find that other deal you claim you have seen!!!


:? erm, Im not criticizing you, pussycat. furthermore, here is said claim:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/628230/150m-of-duck-branded-duct-tape-do-n

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/628087/duck-brand-original-silver-duct-tap

both posted a over a month ago.
#24
bargainhunter666
Interesting, I was going to post - it may be original Duck Tape but I will stick to using DUCT tape.... to be honest I find the B&Q stuff better re sticking and staying.


Funnily enough when I saw this stuff in Poundland, around a month ago - I thought... "oh aye here's a product that's playing with words that might get people to buy it".....:oops: LOL
#25
anyone else wondering why the OP has been suspended? :whistling:

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