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Tangle Attack only £1.00 @ Poundland

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3y, 2m agoFound 3 years, 2 months ago
As a long time hairdresser and having to spend £11 every few months on a new tangle teezer, this for me is the bargain of the year :) works EXACTLY the same as a tangle teezer but 1/11th of the price :) even comes with a lid type thing (genuine TT dont)

Bought in Poundland at Lakeside. Essex -

HTH someone :)
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#1
THX for sharing ...I have been toying with buying the original tangle teazer, now will def. go to poundland. xxx
6 Likes #2
From Dragon's Den to Poundland. Journey complete.
#3
I will definitely be looking out for this next time I go
#4
Thanks i will have a look
#5
Are they any good for really thick hair ?
#6
M1sterDeeds
From Dragon's Den to Poundland. Journey complete.
But it's not a Tangle Teaser'? They still sell for silly money!
#7
I hate my tangle teaser I've think hair and just find it really irritating but for a pound its worth trying
#8
Saw these today in the Gloucester branch
#9
Wow, that is el cheapo! Thanks I will try to pick some up I have two girls with thick hair, full of knots lol. Some spare ones always handy (even though we have already 3 tangle teezers)
2 Likes #10
I have a tangle teezer for my 5yr old daughter and they are wonderful. Hot!
1 Like #11
Deffo confirm tangle teezer is first class, worls a treat for my wee girl. If these are as good, then its an absolute steal. Heat added.
#12
Be nice if we can pick these up down south but often we get nowt but rubbish
#13
Great price. Will look out tomorrow. Thanks OP!
1 Like #14
My tangle teezer was defo worth the money
Ive seen copies and they are never ever the same or even nearly as good

hot though for people to try
#15
I think tangle geezers are better for fine to medium hair. For thick hair I think a paddle brush is a lot more suitable. Being a hairdresser coming across many different air types, this is just my opinion :)
#16
I have thick wavy-curly hair and tangle teezers are the only brush I can use on my hair :)
suspended#17
HOT for people that manage to make it work! :)
#18
Are these actually called 'Tangle Teezers'? If not, please change title to 'Tangle Attack (Teezers replica)' or something that clearly identifies these as a copy of the original Teezers
#19
katya1971
Be nice if we can pick these up down south but often we get nowt but rubbish
Would that be South Yorkshire?
#20
I have the Tangle Teezer and the Denman version, Tangle Tamer (I like Denman brushes but that one was a bit of a disappointment). From my experience, I'd say the Tangle Teezer is much better. My peroxide mop needs all the help it can get, so I'm going to look out for one!!

Could you upload a better picture of the Tangle Teezer knockoff, please?
#21
We'll be getting Tang1e T33z3rs next.
#22
I have really thick quite long hair and my tangle teaser is an absolute godsend - if this is similar to the original tangle teaser then it is total bargain! :)
#23
Will it work on the dog
#24
Shame the "inventor" didn't bother getting a patent.

Good hairdresser, but not so sharp in business ;)
1 Like #25
cb-uk
Shame the "inventor" didn't bother getting a patent.

Good hairdresser, but not so sharp in business ;)


In hindsight, one of the most important stages in the process was ensuring his idea was legally protected, according to Shaun. Tangle Teezer recently won a case in Spain against a copycat company using the same design.

He says: ‘I am glad I was smart enough to file for IP globally as a start-up business and it was one of the best investments I have ever made.’

Read more: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/smallbusiness/article-2328543/From-reject-riches-Tangle-Teezer-defied-Dragons-sold-millions.html#ixzz2UHZ1sMLr
#26
anyone seen these in Liverpool area??? Just to save me going on wild goose chase thanks

Edited By: IrishGuzzler on May 25, 2013 07:53
#27
cb-uk
Shame the "inventor" didn't bother getting a patent.

Good hairdresser, but not so sharp in business ;)

How wrong can you get ?
1 Like #28
Best £11 on a 5p worth piece of plastic I have ever spent.

The only thing that works on my kids bouffant hair.... (had to look that spelling up)

:D
#29
What's the difference between this and a normal hair brush? I don't get it...
#30
And there's me who, after just checking the title, was hoping that this would be some sort of product to combat tangled cables!
#31
What this does, anyone can tell me please?
#32
Got one today in pink my daughter loves it that's all that matters might not be as good as the real more expensive thing but it does the job it was made for so happy days :)
1 Like #33
I bought one as well to see what its like and the plastic on this is very cheap and the bristles are hard so it feels very rough in your hair and scalp, and not smooth like the original. Also the bristles are thicker and not as thin and flexible like the original so while the original can glide through my hair this one still tugs.
#34
IrishGuzzler
anyone seen these in Liverpool area??? Just to save me going on wild goose chase thanks
I picked one up in the Williamson Square branch this morning. Still had about 10 left.
#35
marv101
What's the difference between this and a normal hair brush? I don't get it...

When this goes through a tangle it doesnt rip the hair or pull it, the bristles bend and it doesnt hurt like other brushes can
Also i dont know how but it just does it different than other brushes
its the only thing I can use on my hair
#36
bogiboss
What this does, anyone can tell me please?

It has short plastic bristles, it looks like a piece of tat, hence the Dragons den lot kicking him into touch. BUT it works, it is the only means of brushing I have come across that does not hurt my kids when trying to brush their very nice but big and curly hair. It just does not seem to grab it.

We have 3 of them and I would buy another 3 tomorrow if we lost them, and I hate spending on tat...

:D
2 Likes #37
I bought some today, I wish I didn't! It is utter rubbish compared to original. It might cost a quid but it hurts, it's really hard plastic no good at all. Save your money, I can't believe Op says works exactly the same as tangle teezer, not true!
suspended#38
Guan - calm down.

Great find though!
1 Like #39
Seen today in Newcastle under Lyme store, very cheap plastic, save your money and get the original Tangle Teezer.
#40
I haven't seen this in my Poundland yet, but I'll definitely take a close look at it when I see one.

These look like they might be better Tangle Teezer knockoffs, at Dealextreme: http://dx.com/s/S7958 Pink or Black, £2.80 and £2.87 delivered respectively.

Edit: I added a post for this, wasn't sure if it'd get any heat! :)http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tangle-teezer-knockoffs-dealextreme-dx-pink-2-80-black-2-87-delivered-1583358
http://img.dxcdn.com/productimages/sku_207287_1.jpg

Edited By: louiselouise on Jun 18, 2013 16:14: Extra

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