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St John Ambulance Plastic Tweezers 17p [ADD-ON ITEM] @ AMAZON

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needed something cheap to make my order £20 and don't need another plastic ruler - Green plastic Tweezers - Ideal for removing splinters - Keep at hand in a first aid kit - 13 cm plastic rule… Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
needed something cheap to make my order £20 and don't need another plastic ruler

- Green plastic Tweezers
- Ideal for removing splinters
- Keep at hand in a first aid kit
- 13 cm

plastic ruler for 42p
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000NM4OHK/

a few notebooks under £1
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B005X50EEE
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B005X50TS0
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0012LAIWQ
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B011U9SKFG
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
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4 Likes #1
I recently attended a First Aid course where the trainer advised that these things are useless.
5 Likes #2
Jonnyblock
I recently attended a First Aid course where the trainer advised that these things are useless.


As stated by OP, it's just to make an order reach £20
4 Likes #3
brendanb581
Jonnyblock
I recently attended a First Aid course where the trainer advised that these things are useless.


As stated by OP, it's just to make an order reach £20


Well, deal should be cold then. If it's not about the tweezers but only free delivery, just create a new email address and get free prime for a month, then free next day delivery on eveyrything. Yahoo email allows to add any number of alternative anti spam addresses, as do others I expect.
#4
boostii
brendanb581
Jonnyblock
I recently attended a First Aid course where the trainer advised that these things are useless.
As stated by OP, it's just to make an order reach £20
Well, deal should be cold then. If it's not about the tweezers but only free delivery, just create a new email address and get free prime for a month, then free next day delivery on eveyrything. Yahoo email allows to add any number of alternative anti spam addresses, as do others I expect.

Problem is, the HUKD format would need re-working to accommodate these kind of "deals". Because to a HUKDer, this is a deal. It allows free delivery. But obviously it kinda goes against what the website *should* be displaying.
2 Likes #5
These any good for pubes?
23 Likes #6
ahmark55
These any good for pubes?


nah. You'd need thousands of them, and think of the weight! Better off making some pubes out of some thread or cotton wool or summat like dat.
2 Likes #7
All I need now is a magnifying glass!
1 Like #8
I don't get this at all! Why not buy something which is actually useful, to take your order over £20?!
3 Likes #9
These are quite handy for schools!! My little boy is left handed and struggled with his pincer grip when holding a pencil...his reception teacher recommended these as a lil training exercise by moving glass beads or objects from 1 pot to another.

It really helped him improve and he quite enjoyed doing it aswell...especially when sometimes it was maltesers!
1 Like #10
ScorchingHot
I don't get this at all! Why not buy something which is actually useful, to take your order over £20?!


Here you go https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01JUDVD0I/ref=mp_s_a_1_23?ie=UTF8&qid=1476607506&sr=8-23&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=add+on+item&dpPl=1&dpID=31zvziQj0eL&ref=plSrch
2 Likes #11
great for finding my ****
6 Likes #12
boostii
brendanb581
Jonnyblock
I recently attended a First Aid course where the trainer advised that these things are useless.
As stated by OP, it's just to make an order reach £20
Well, deal should be cold then. If it's not about the tweezers but only free delivery, just create a new email address and get free prime for a month, then free next day delivery on eveyrything. Yahoo email allows to add any number of alternative anti spam addresses, as do others I expect.
If you have gmail, adding a fullstop anywhere before the @ symbol will allow you to create a new amazon account whereby the email still go to your existing gmail account. Similarly you could add "+" followed by anything to the end of your existing email name (before the @ again) for the same bonus.
i.e. [email protected] could be [email protected] or [email protected] (not sure apostrophes are acceptable)

Edited By: friar_chris on Oct 16, 2016 11:17: +
#13
red23
great for finding my ****
That's two people on this thread in need of a magnifying glass.
#14
Why would you want plastic ones, surely metal is better easier to clean thus hygienic
3 Likes #15
Error440
Why would you want plastic ones, surely metal is better easier to clean thus hygienic

Missed the point of the deal which is actually in the ops post.. ffs why do people even bother???
2 Likes #16
Just buy something you want instead of wasting 17p on tat
1 Like #17
Have had these in my Amazon basket under save for later for ages for when I need a few extra pennies to make the basket up to £20. Never resorted to them yet, strangly I always seem to find a £1 pack of chocolate to add instead :D
#18
friar_chris
boostii
brendanb581
Jonnyblock
I recently attended a First Aid course where the trainer advised that these things are useless.
As stated by OP, it's just to make an order reach £20
Well, deal should be cold then. If it's not about the tweezers but only free delivery, just create a new email address and get free prime for a month, then free next day delivery on eveyrything. Yahoo email allows to add any number of alternative anti spam addresses, as do others I expect.
If you have gmail, adding a fullstop anywhere before the @ symbol will allow you to create a new amazon account whereby the email still go to your existing gmail account. Similarly you could add "+" followed by anything to the end of your existing email name (before the @ again) for the same bonus.
i.e. [email protected] could be [email protected] or [email protected] (not sure apostrophes are acceptable)


Brilliant, so basically you are committing fraud for the sake of free delivery and a bit of tv?? hhhm??
#19
Error440
Just buy something you want instead of wasting 17p on tat
if you can find something of equal value that would save £3+p&p, please enlighten us all...oh wise one
#20
Go Jets
friar_chris
boostii
brendanb581
Jonnyblock
I recently attended a First Aid course where the trainer advised that these things are useless.
As stated by OP, it's just to make an order reach £20
Well, deal should be cold then. If it's not about the tweezers but only free delivery, just create a new email address and get free prime for a month, then free next day delivery on eveyrything. Yahoo email allows to add any number of alternative anti spam addresses, as do others I expect.
If you have gmail, adding a fullstop anywhere before the @ symbol will allow you to create a new amazon account whereby the email still go to your existing gmail account. Similarly you could add "+" followed by anything to the end of your existing email name (before the @ again) for the same bonus.
i.e. [email protected] could be [email protected] or [email protected] (not sure apostrophes are acceptable)
Brilliant, so basically you are committing fraud for the sake of free delivery and a bit of tv?? hhhm??

It's not fraud at all. I did this and because of my own ccok up I had to phone Amazon and request the cancellation of my free trial. I explained exactly what I'd done and the CSA said that it was no problem at all and cancelled it for me. She said that as it was a new email address it was perfectly valid to get a months free Prime.


Edited By: smiler03 on Oct 16, 2016 16:53
#21
price has changed. they are now only 1p. but postage had changed to £4.48! oO
1 Like #22
As I indicated 10 weeks ago when this was previously posted, if you are 11p short, or a multiple thereof, you could add this for 11p each

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B006DHS0OM/
#23
Calvin_
price has changed. they are now only 1p. but postage had changed to £4.48! oO
Thats not from Amazon ;)
1 Like #24
These aren't just useful for first aid. They are great for anything that you may need to remove, pick up or place that you don't want to scratch and/or is delicate; rather than using metal ones.
#25
ahmark55
These any good for pubes?

Nobody has pubes these days mate!
#26
Error440
Just buy something you want instead of wasting 17p on tat

Is that the great Toshiro Mifune arguing about a pair of 17p tweezers? "Seven Samurai?" More like Seven Saddo-rai.
BOOM - Roasted.
4 Likes #27
muffboy
ahmark55
These any good for pubes?
Nobody has pubes these days mate!

Says someone called Muffboy. :D
#28
Calvin_
price has changed. they are now only 1p. but postage had changed to £4.48! oO
that's from a marketplace seller

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B00V4UUVLS/ref=dp_olp_new_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=new
#29
Go Jets
friar_chris
boostii
brendanb581
Jonnyblock
I recently attended a First Aid course where the trainer advised that these things are useless.
As stated by OP, it's just to make an order reach £20
Well, deal should be cold then. If it's not about the tweezers but only free delivery, just create a new email address and get free prime for a month, then free next day delivery on eveyrything. Yahoo email allows to add any number of alternative anti spam addresses, as do others I expect.
If you have gmail, adding a fullstop anywhere before the @ symbol will allow you to create a new amazon account whereby the email still go to your existing gmail account. Similarly you could add "+" followed by anything to the end of your existing email name (before the @ again) for the same bonus.
i.e. [email protected] could be [email protected] or [email protected] (not sure apostrophes are acceptable)
Brilliant, so basically you are committing fraud for the sake of free delivery and a bit of tv?? hhhm??
Basically? TV? hhhm? No wonder you are confused and.....lost for words? How do you figure fraud? I use the same creditcard, same name, same postal address, hell the email address is practically the same, and there are no rules against it. How many email addresses do you have? I have one from when I was a kid, one for work and one I now use semi-permanently. It's not like I have MDP. If Amazon choose to consider different email addresses as different people that is their choice. Banks don't. I'm not trying to con anyone. For the sake of free delivery I have used this trick twice. I have not used Amazon TV ever. I illegally download all my TV. Now that might be fraud, but you didn't know that!

Edited By: friar_chris on Oct 16, 2016 23:24
#30
ahmark55
These any good for pubes?


Yes there brilliant. Spent a couple of hours plucking all mine out
#31
Mrs birthday gift sorted
#32
SpenJC
ahmark55
These any good for pubes?
Yes there brilliant. Spent a couple of hours plucking all mine out
They're.

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