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Padders Repose Slippers £12.00 (£16.99 delivered) @ The original Factory Shop

£12.00 @ Original Factory Shop
Padders Ladies Slipper Repose normal price £29 now just £12 at the Original Factory Shop Even with shipping at £4.99 these are a pretty good buy - and size 5 in stock of some colours which is rare!… Read More
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Padders Ladies Slipper Repose normal price £29 now just £12 at the Original Factory Shop

Even with shipping at £4.99 these are a pretty good buy - and size 5 in stock of some colours which is rare!

Perfect present for elderly mum / mother-in-law who love these as they are very comfortable and sturdy
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1 Like #1
That's half of grans present sorted just a gallon of Thatchers to top it off
#2
Wow thank you x had the heather colour, they come up more expensive on other sites ? but good find thank you
#3
Ordered ! Mucho gracias xxx :)
#4
Can't get site to process :(
2 Likes #5
Voted cold - this bunch of jokers opened a shop in a small town near me, and within a year a couple of the family run businesses had closed....... another year later and a few more had gone.
They never open near Matalan, Primark, or even M &Co, as they can't compete on either price or quality - read their website where it says they only open where '.. there is little or no competition'' i.e. only small family shops who can't afford window posters etc. In actual fact the recommended prices and huge discounts they advertise are garbage, but who will bother arguing ?

If you have one of these places in a town near you, go into some of the remaining family shops (If there's any left) and ask the owners for an honest opinion of the original factory shop - they're not original and neither are they a proper factory shop (The goods they sell can be bought in wholesalers by any shops), but it's a clever name which cons people into thinking they're getting a great bargain.
1 Like #6
kamenitzabrit
Voted cold - this bunch of jokers opened a shop in a small town near me, and within a year a couple of the family run businesses had closed....... another year later and a few more had gone.
They never open near Matalan, Primark, or even M &Co, as they can't compete on either price or quality - read their website where it says they only open where '.. there is little or no competition'' i.e. only small family shops who can't afford window posters etc. In actual fact the recommended prices and huge discounts they advertise are garbage, but who will bother arguing ?

If you have one of these places in a town near you, go into some of the remaining family shops (If there's any left) and ask the owners for an honest opinion of the original factory shop - they're not original and neither are they a proper factory shop (The goods they sell can be bought in wholesalers by any shops), but it's a clever name which cons people into thinking they're getting a great bargain.

This place sells absolute tat, horrible places full of bargain bin crap.
[Travel Expert]#7
Amazon have some for £16.01 in the turquoise blue colour inc postage. There is a store about 8 miles from me but it's a chance on them being in stock and it's always like a jumble sale in there I think I'll order from Amazon.
1 Like #8
kamenitzabrit
Voted cold - this bunch of jokers opened a shop in a small town near me, and within a year a couple of the family run businesses had closed....... another year later and a few more had gone.
They never open near Matalan, Primark, or even M &Co, as they can't compete on either price or quality - read their website where it says they only open where '.. there is little or no competition'' i.e. only small family shops who can't afford window posters etc. In actual fact the recommended prices and huge discounts they advertise are garbage, but who will bother arguing ?

If you have one of these places in a town near you, go into some of the remaining family shops (If there's any left) and ask the owners for an honest opinion of the original factory shop - they're not original and neither are they a proper factory shop (The goods they sell can be bought in wholesalers by any shops), but it's a clever name which cons people into thinking they're getting a great bargain.
Are the "family" shops that you talk about the very same ones who for years have got away with selling over priced goods to those, usually pensioners, who cannot travel so are forced to over pay from anything from shoes to food and everything in between? If they are the very same shops then I say karma, you reap what you sow and good riddance. Finally local people can pay the same as those lucky enough to be able to run a car or those with no mobility issues.
#9
Same price in T J Hughes, not sure if online but definately instore in Middlesbrough.
#10
got these ofr my wife last week she hated them
#11
hoglet
kamenitzabrit
Voted cold - this bunch of jokers opened a shop in a small town near me, and within a year a couple of the family run businesses had closed....... another year later and a few more had gone.
They never open near Matalan, Primark, or even M &Co, as they can't compete on either price or quality - read their website where it says they only open where '.. there is little or no competition'' i.e. only small family shops who can't afford window posters etc. In actual fact the recommended prices and huge discounts they advertise are garbage, but who will bother arguing ?

If you have one of these places in a town near you, go into some of the remaining family shops (If there's any left) and ask the owners for an honest opinion of the original factory shop - they're not original and neither are they a proper factory shop (The goods they sell can be bought in wholesalers by any shops), but it's a clever name which cons people into thinking they're getting a great bargain.
Are the "family" shops that you talk about the very same ones who for years have got away with selling over priced goods to those, usually pensioners, who cannot travel so are forced to over pay from anything from shoes to food and everything in between? If they are the very same shops then I say karma, you reap what you sow and good riddance. Finally local people can pay the same as those lucky enough to be able to run a car or those with no mobility issues.

It's attitudes like this that have lead to towns and villages losing their identity thanks to the corporate giants that open up and force the closure of every little shop in a 20 + mile radius!
#12
Gball
hoglet
kamenitzabrit
Voted cold - this bunch of jokers opened a shop in a small town near me, and within a year a couple of the family run businesses had closed....... another year later and a few more had gone.
They never open near Matalan, Primark, or even M &Co, as they can't compete on either price or quality - read their website where it says they only open where '.. there is little or no competition'' i.e. only small family shops who can't afford window posters etc. In actual fact the recommended prices and huge discounts they advertise are garbage, but who will bother arguing ?

If you have one of these places in a town near you, go into some of the remaining family shops (If there's any left) and ask the owners for an honest opinion of the original factory shop - they're not original and neither are they a proper factory shop (The goods they sell can be bought in wholesalers by any shops), but it's a clever name which cons people into thinking they're getting a great bargain.

Are the "family" shops that you talk about the very same ones who for years have got away with selling over priced goods to those, usually pensioners, who cannot travel so are forced to over pay from anything from shoes to food and everything in between? If they are the very same shops then I say karma, you reap what you sow and good riddance. Finally local people can pay the same as those lucky enough to be able to run a car or those with no mobility issues.


It's attitudes like this that have lead to towns and villages losing their identity thanks to the corporate giants that open up and force the closure of every little shop in a 20 + mile radius!


This company can hardly be described as a " corporate giant ".
#13
these slippers here are much superior and hand crafted in Somerset. I have had mine for 4 years and they are comfier than ever!
http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/vintagehides/m.html?_ipg=50&_sop=12&_rdc=1

Edited By: sharkalos on Dec 17, 2014 12:23
#14
Gball
hoglet
kamenitzabrit
Voted cold - this bunch of jokers opened a shop in a small town near me, and within a year a couple of the family run businesses had closed....... another year later and a few more had gone.
They never open near Matalan, Primark, or even M &Co, as they can't compete on either price or quality - read their website where it says they only open where '.. there is little or no competition'' i.e. only small family shops who can't afford window posters etc. In actual fact the recommended prices and huge discounts they advertise are garbage, but who will bother arguing ?

If you have one of these places in a town near you, go into some of the remaining family shops (If there's any left) and ask the owners for an honest opinion of the original factory shop - they're not original and neither are they a proper factory shop (The goods they sell can be bought in wholesalers by any shops), but it's a clever name which cons people into thinking they're getting a great bargain.
Are the "family" shops that you talk about the very same ones who for years have got away with selling over priced goods to those, usually pensioners, who cannot travel so are forced to over pay from anything from shoes to food and everything in between? If they are the very same shops then I say karma, you reap what you sow and good riddance. Finally local people can pay the same as those lucky enough to be able to run a car or those with no mobility issues.

It's attitudes like this that have lead to towns and villages losing their identity thanks to the corporate giants that open up and force the closure of every little shop in a 20 + mile radius!

That may well be the case, I do not dispute it, however it also cannot be disputed that thanks to so called "corporate giants" I save myself lots of money, which is surely why you use this site?
#15
hoglet
Gball
hoglet
kamenitzabrit
Voted cold - this bunch of jokers opened a shop in a small town near me, and within a year a couple of the family run businesses had closed....... another year later and a few more had gone.
They never open near Matalan, Primark, or even M &Co, as they can't compete on either price or quality - read their website where it says they only open where '.. there is little or no competition'' i.e. only small family shops who can't afford window posters etc. In actual fact the recommended prices and huge discounts they advertise are garbage, but who will bother arguing ?

If you have one of these places in a town near you, go into some of the remaining family shops (If there's any left) and ask the owners for an honest opinion of the original factory shop - they're not original and neither are they a proper factory shop (The goods they sell can be bought in wholesalers by any shops), but it's a clever name which cons people into thinking they're getting a great bargain.
Are the "family" shops that you talk about the very same ones who for years have got away with selling over priced goods to those, usually pensioners, who cannot travel so are forced to over pay from anything from shoes to food and everything in between? If they are the very same shops then I say karma, you reap what you sow and good riddance. Finally local people can pay the same as those lucky enough to be able to run a car or those with no mobility issues.

It's attitudes like this that have lead to towns and villages losing their identity thanks to the corporate giants that open up and force the closure of every little shop in a 20 + mile radius!

That may well be the case, I do not dispute it, however it also cannot be disputed that thanks to so called "corporate giants" I save myself lots of money, which is surely why you use this site?

Large retail parks should not be allowed to open near small villages as the local shops don't stand a chance, the number of villages up and down the country that are now ghost towns is awful. Support your local businesses people, do half you Christmas shopping locally and don't eat supermarket meat, buy from your local butcher, that way you're not eating horse meat while supporting a local tradesman. That's my motto anyway.
#16
Well my slippers came yesterday, and they are brilliant my mom will love them, was getting worried with all the comments but they do look good, very nice thank you davo44uk. Merry Christmas :)

Edited By: Hersheymad on Dec 21, 2014 08:33

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