Papermate Pro-Fit Retractable Ball Pens £1 @ Poundland - HotUKDeals
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Back in local Poundland today. Pack of 5 for £1 (2 blue, 2 black and I red) Papermate Pro-Fit ball pens.

These are excellent to use. One of the best cheap ballpens I have ever used with great hand grip.

Specially designed natural shape mirrors the contours of the hand

* Ergonomic design reduces stress and cramping. Paper Mate Pro-Fit pens were specifically designed with comfort in mind. The "natural-fit" shape delivers the proper feel and balance in your hand to help prevent fatigue.

* Silk-touch grip offers a luxurious feel. Your fingers will notice the difference! The unique, silky-smooth grip lets you write in comfort for longer periods of time.

* Rich ballpoint ink flows evenly. tip delivers a steady, consistent ink flow with every easy stroke. No skips or ink blobs.

* Retracts to protect the tip. With the press of the rubberized, soft-touch clicker, the tip retracts to prolong ink life and prevent accidental markings. The pen also features an easy-slide pocket clip for hands-free carrying.
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#1
'Local poundland'???Would Love to guess what your local is but no thanks.

These deals are hardly ever across all stores so cold for me.
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Heat will take a look for them the next time i'm in there.

Thanks for posting.
#3
thanks for posting, heat added and I will definately be looking out for these as would come in really handy for when college starts x
#4
Is this the same Poundland that was recently found to be sourcing christmas decorations from India where the children were paid 7p per hour and working up to 20 hour days?
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elapid
Is this the same Poundland that was recently found to be sourcing christmas decorations from India where the children were paid 7p per hour and working up to 20 hour days?


If they are, what is your proposed solution? How do we overcome the situation? Is it as simple as not buying from their stores?

Or are there better alternatives to help the developing world?

I am genuinely interested on this one.
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elapid
Is this the same Poundland that was recently found to be sourcing christmas decorations from India where the children were paid 7p per hour and working up to 20 hour days?


That's the one - helping to provide much needed employment in a newly emerging economy. Your point is?

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