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Timberland Waterproof Gortex Jacket Black rrp £300, £63.99 @ Cdiscount + Quidco! £65.98

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Use the 20% code to get this great price!! Sizes S, M, L , XL available. This waterproof jacket from Timberland is highly versatile and stylish. The Gortex fabric is totally waterproof and will pr… Read More
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Use the 20% code to get this great price!! Sizes S, M, L , XL available.
This waterproof jacket from Timberland is highly versatile and stylish.

The Gortex fabric is totally waterproof and will protect you from all the elements while remaining comfortable and breathable.

This practical Timberland waterproof jacket features an internal personal audio pocket and neatly packs away into itself for easy storage and carrying.

Timberland products are comfortable enough to wear all day, and rugged enough to last all year.

Functionality, simplicity and durability are at the centre of every Timberland creation, each of which is outdoor tested and environmentally conscious.

Main: 100% Nylon

Lining: 100% Polyester

Washcare: 30 degree
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#1
Now this is a bargain. Great find. Have some heat. :)
#2
it may be timeberland but i doubt it was £300...not only that it looks about as warm as a binliner
#3
have gone for it, if its any good it stays, if not its back to cdiscount!
#4
Wow - Brilliant!!! My friend has just ordered his - especially good for the British weather!
#5
hmm.. 'packs away into itself'

Sounds like a very thin rain jacket, lots of better options for that price. Can't imagine it was ever £300, certainly won't be warm.

Still, not voting hot or cold, as its the cheapest price for the item, but too expensive for a simple light rain coat. IMHO
#6
Thanks, gone for this. Doubt it was £300, but £64 for a goretex jacket is a good deal.
#7
Sorry had to vote this cold. An £70 nylon jacket, that looks medicore, and packs away!

This is much better
http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/mens-clothing/gelert-poncho-pvc-with-pouch/COREOMAAWPR187

No seriously voted cold.
Check this out for function
http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/mens-clothing/trespass-robust-3-in-1-waterproof-jacket/HEROOMHBMAJK31Ehttp://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/mens-clothing/trespass-robust-3-in-1-waterproof-jacket/HEROOMHBMAJK31E

* Waterproof - 2000mm Hydrostatic Head
* Windproof
* Taped Seams
* Velcro Cuffs
* Drawstring Hem
* Packaway Hood
* Adjustable Hood
* Chin/Face guard
* 2 zipped pockets, 1 napoleon chest pocket

Inner fleece

* Warm fleece fabric
* 2 zipped pockets
* Zippable to the outer jacket

£25.00

or for style and real functions
http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/mens-clothing/berghaus-rg1-jacket-mens-waterproof-jacket/COREOMAA33150
http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/mens-clothing/berghaus-rg1-jacket-mens-waterproof-jacket/COREOMAA33150
£55

and you can loads of good deals on outdoor jackets all over the place at this time of the year.
#8
Looks a bit cheap :(

i was after a fashonable, rain coat too.
#9
Do you guy's have any idea what your talking about? From the sounds of it no. This is a Gore-tex jacket, it's not ment to be a cosy warm jacket you wear down to the post office so you can collect your pension in! Its designed a Shell Jacket, (no not the Shell's you used to collect when you went on holiday down Brighton pier!) that is light and easy to pack/unpack as required. They are ment to weight next to nothing and many 'out door' companys strive to gert the weight down to as little as they can. Yes it's most likely as awarm as a Bin Liner, thats why you would wear a Micro Fleece under it.

But you guys do ave a point about the price, no way is this a £300 jacket, £180-£200 max. The description does not even tell you how many layers of Gore-tex it has. But £63 is a reasonable price to pay.!
#10
So if you are going to wear a microfleece and being warm is not a problem then would the £2 pack-a-mac would do the job or a £15 waterproof?

Like
http://www.outdoorgear.co.uk/eshop.asp?wci=product&wce=44112002&CameFrom=froogle

or
http://www.surplusandoutdoors.com/shop/outdoor-clothing/waterproof-clothing/black-navy-or-khaki-waterproof-490365.html
#11
JIM1973ANDREWS
So if you are going to wear a microfleece and being warm is not a problem then would the £2 pack-a-mac would do the job or a £15 waterproof?

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Only if your of limited intellect and wanter around the High Street window licking!
1 Like #12
trigger_andy
Only if your of limited intellect and wanter around the High Street window licking!


Oh the irony.
#13
royals;4187261
it may be timeberland but i doubt it was £300...not only that it looks about as warm as a binliner

This is a Goretex jacket. It's guaranteed waterproof, it's not meant to be warm or anything, it will merely keep you dry and is also breathable so you won't be sweating. It gives you the versatility of a jacket for rainy summer days as well as cold rainy winter days with the addition of a fleece.

I have a Goretex jacket I bought over 2 years ago and it is still 100% waterproof, unlike all the other jackets I could have bought. I guess if you don't know what Goretex is then this deal isn't for you. Yet more people on this site who don't "get" the products......
#14
Ahem, I don't think this is Gore-Tex hence the obvious spelling mistake to "gortex". No Gore-tex branding or spec in the description, you can bet your **** if timberland had paid for use of the real Gore-Tex brand then it would be badged as such.

Very shady of Cdiscount to advertise it with a dodgy fabric name to con people into thinking they are buying the real thing.
#15
20% discount code only for 24hrs!
#16
Adidas Addict
Ahem, I don't think this is Gore-Tex hence the obvious spelling mistake to "gortex". No Gore-tex branding or spec in the description, you can bet your **** if timberland had paid for use of the real Gore-Tex brand then it would be badged as such.

Very shady of Cdiscount to advertise it with a dodgy fabric name to con people into thinking they are buying the real thing.


Excellent point - worth investigation.
#17
crocodilemick;4191492
Excellent point - worth investigation.

Investigated and and refuted.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/314685/nike-acg-gortex-ski-jacket-71-98-de/showpost.php?p=4084008&postcount=21
#18
Adidas Addict;4191439
Ahem, I don't think this is Gore-Tex hence the obvious spelling mistake to "gortex". No Gore-tex branding or spec in the description, you can bet your **** if timberland had paid for use of the real Gore-Tex brand then it would be badged as such.

Very shady of Cdiscount to advertise it with a dodgy fabric name to con people into thinking they are buying the real thing.


Huh? It could be a typo you know. Love the attitude of people on here. Lets not give them the benefit of the doubt for leaving one letter out.... nooooooo lets create some sort of gore-tex mis-selling conspiracy :w00t:
#19
Timberland do definitely license Gore-tex so I would be extremely surprised if they made up a name of Gortex!

I've had my eye on this one for some time

http://www.timberlandonline.co.uk/on/demandware.store/Sites-TBLGB-Site/default/Product-Show?pid=34420&cgid=men_outerwear&color=000134420001
#20
JIM1973ANDREWS
Sorry had to vote this cold. An £70 nylon jacket, that looks medicore, and packs away!

This is much better
http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/mens-clothing/gelert-poncho-pvc-with-pouch/COREOMAAWPR187

No seriously voted cold.
Check this out for function
http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/mens-clothing/trespass-robust-3-in-1-waterproof-jacket/HEROOMHBMAJK31Ehttp://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/mens-clothing/trespass-robust-3-in-1-waterproof-jacket/HEROOMHBMAJK31E

* Waterproof - 2000mm Hydrostatic Head
* Windproof
* Taped Seams
* Velcro Cuffs
* Drawstring Hem
* Packaway Hood
* Adjustable Hood
* Chin/Face guard
* 2 zipped pockets, 1 napoleon chest pocket

Inner fleece

* Warm fleece fabric
* 2 zipped pockets
* Zippable to the outer jacket

£25.00

or for style and real functions
http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/mens-clothing/berghaus-rg1-jacket-mens-waterproof-jacket/COREOMAA33150
http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/mens-clothing/berghaus-rg1-jacket-mens-waterproof-jacket/COREOMAA33150
£55

and you can loads of good deals on outdoor jackets all over the place at this time of the year.


Good find JIM, the Berghaus kind of blows the Timberland deal out of the water.....
#21
Petetobin;4191701
Good point but Timberland do definitely license Gore-tex so I would be extremely surprised if they made up a name of Gortex!

Like I said it's most likely a typo :) My link shows someone who bought a Nike jacket labelled as Gortex on CDiscount's site and got a genuine Gore-tex jacket :) i've got a goretex jacket and other than black embroidery on the cuffs and the zip handle it doesn't shout gore-tex :)
#22
jimjam;4191713
Good find JIM, the Berghaus kind of blows the Timberland deal out of the water.....

No it doesn't! The Timberland jacket is a Gore-tex jacket and will keep you far drier....

If you want a nice brand go for the Berghaus jacket that's been linked to, if you want to keep as dry as possible go for the Gore-Tex Timberland jacket. I'm looking out for a nice cheap Berghaus Gore-Tex jacket myself but if you're not bothered about brand then this will do just as good a job.
#23
n00b
Oh the irony.




Ha ha! Yeh, you've got me there!:-D
#24
kronas
have gone for it, if its any good it stays, if not its back to cdiscount!


let us know if it's any good.

I like coats. They are nice.
#25
[QUOTE=306maxi]This is a Goretex jacket. QUOTE]

Then why does it say "Gortex" rather than "Gore-Tex (R)"?

Voted Cold , and emailed Gore associates about possible trademark violation.
#26
I think the point people are trying to make, is that on first sight 'reduced from £300' makes this look like some kind of winter super jacket. Its not, for most people its a waste of money, they would be far better off with the other jackets recommended. However, if your a gore-tex fanboi then great, hot deal for you, but why have a go at people pointing out that its not going to be very warm, or any good for a winter jacket without another 'microfibre' or whatever underneath. Its really a criticism of cdiscounts advertising, not your beloved gore-tex. Why poeple take things so seriously is beyond me. I have a big fat parka style coat, it keeps me perfectly warm, has never let rain in, and I've walked the dog for a good 2 hours every day throughout the winter in it. And it cost less than this rain jacket.
Anyway, its voted hot - so I guess thats the way to judge a deal.
#27
dapperdave;4192940
[quote=306maxi;4191399]This is a Goretex jacket. QUOTE]

Then why does it say "Gortex" rather than "Gore-Tex (R)"?

Voted Cold , and emailed Gore associates about possible trademark violation.

Oh I wonder. Perhaps it's because of a spelling mistake :thinking: Hmmm I wonder..... you really are a fool to do that considering someone else has confirmed they've bought something genuine from CDiscount.....
1 Like #28
Are people on this thread just mucking about or do they really not know the difference between Gore-Tex and ordinary waterproof fabric? Surely they are joking?

It happened before when someone posted Gore-Tex gloves and somebody offered nylon/polyester as an alternative. !!!!

Let them buy their cheap nylon waterproofs as long as they don't come and stink near me.

As for this deal, it's about the same price as Gore-Tex jackets that I have bought in TK-MAXX and they were good deals, so HOT.
#29
Pagemaster;4193163
I think the point people are trying to make, is that on first sight 'reduced from £300' makes this look like some kind of winter super jacket. Its not, for most people its a waste of money, they would be far better off with the other jackets recommended. However, if your a gore-tex fanboi then great, hot deal for you, but why have a go at people pointing out that its not going to be very warm, or any good for a winter jacket without another 'microfibre' or whatever underneath. Its really a criticism of cdiscounts advertising, not your beloved gore-tex. Why poeple take things so seriously is beyond me. I have a big fat parka style coat, it keeps me perfectly warm, has never let rain in, and I've walked the dog for a good 2 hours every day throughout the winter in it. And it cost less than this rain jacket.
Anyway, its voted hot - so I guess thats the way to judge a deal.

The point is that people don't understand the product. No one ever came out and said it was some warm winter jacket. Perhaps rather than saying "This jacket is overpriced compared to this one I can get for a pound" people should have asked why it's worth this amount of money? perhaps then people wouldn't be so annoyed by people and their ignorant ramblings :)

If someone posted a deal for a Ferrari would it be right for people to go "I bet this is rubbish off road! Voted cold" when that's not the purpose nor the advertised intent of the car. Same deal with this. First the people who bash the product and then the people who don't understand that companies make spelling mistakes.
#30
The patent on Gore-Tex has expired, so it is possible to get coats that are not Gore-Tex, but have essentially the same material.
So it is possible to have a quality coat that is as waterproof/light etc as Gore-Tex, but not branded as such. Triple-point ceramic is one direct equivalent I can think of.


This looks like a normal price for a Gore-Tex basic shell jacket. Not hot for me.
#31
306maxi
The point is that people don't understand the product. No one ever came out and said it was some warm winter jacket. Perhaps rather than saying "This jacket is overpriced compared to this one I can get for a pound" people should have asked why it's worth this amount of money? perhaps then people wouldn't be so annoyed by people and their ignorant ramblings :)

If someone posted a deal for a Ferrari would it be right for people to go "I bet this is rubbish off road! Voted cold" when that's not the purpose nor the advertised intent of the car. Same deal with this. First the people who bash the product and then the people who don't understand that companies make spelling mistakes.



A well thought our reply to the silly posts some have made, well done! :thumbsup:
#32
I think the point has been made. Its true people don't understand the product, as I said I didn't vote cold, as its the best price for what it is, some of us were just trying to inform people who weren't 'in the know' what this is. I know, no-one ever said it was a 'warm winter coat' I was just explaining that some people will see the huge reduction and think that is what they are getting, so adding comments for the people who don't give a damn about goretex and just want a decent jacket is perfectly fine IMHO, then people can make there own minds up. I just find it amusing when the specialists tell us all we are fools and laugh at our stinking jackets, when the average man on the street just wants a waterproof warm jacket for walking down the pub or standing on the terraces. Not hiking up the alps.
Anyway, its been voted hot, so thats that - a good price for the product, and reading through this people can get educated about the benefits of lightweight gore-tex... :p
#33
I had one of these but young children would throw wet sponges at me while scoffing at what a brand chaser I was. I then saw their side of it & concuured that it was was a nasty poorly styled *nylon* (lol) jacket with no redeeming features whatsoever.

I've since told those same young children to stock up well with wet sponges...they're going to see a lot more of these on the morning school run.
#34
HankMcSpank;4194252
I had one of these but young children would throw wet sponges at me while scoffing at what a brand chaser I was. I then saw their side of it & concuured that it was was a nasty poorly styled *nylon* (lol) jacket with no redeeming features whatsoever.

I've since told those same young children to stock up well with wet sponges...they're going to see a lot more of these on the morning school run.

Is it just me or are the people on this site become less and less funny?
#35
Pagemaster;4194171
I think the point has been made. Its true people don't understand the product, as I said I didn't vote cold, as its the best price for what it is, some of us were just trying to inform people who weren't 'in the know' what this is. I know, no-one ever said it was a 'warm winter coat' I was just explaining that some people will see the huge reduction and think that is what they are getting, so adding comments for the people who don't give a damn about goretex and just want a decent jacket is perfectly fine IMHO, then people can make there own minds up. I just find it amusing when the specialists tell us all we are fools and laugh at our stinking jackets, when the average man on the street just wants a waterproof warm jacket for walking down the pub or standing on the terraces. Not hiking up the alps.
Anyway, its been voted hot, so thats that - a good price for the product, and reading through this people can get educated about the benefits of lightweight gore-tex... :p

:p

Of course the jacket isn't for everybody. I've got a similar jacket and it's great for keeping me dry and it also has the advantage of being breathable as well as being nice and lightweight. It's certainly no winter jacket I'll say that.
#36
306maxi
Is it just me or are the people on this site become less and less funny?



I think HankMcSpank has his own 'special' brand of humor!:whistling:
#37
Come on, this jacket looks ugly! I mean. It's sooooo soooo uglyyy...

Doesn't even seem to have the Timberland logo on front.

This is much better looking, slightly more expensive £91 inc VAT&~Del, but it does state it can cope with 3000mm of rain

http://www.timberlandonline.co.uk/on/demandware.store/Sites-TBLGB-Site/default/Product-Show?pid=32431&cgid=men_outerwear_jackets_waterproof&color=000432431726#
#38
Jellybeans
This is much better looking, slightly more expensive £91 inc VAT&~Del, but it does state it can cope with 3000mm of rain

No good for us in the UK then.
#39
very thin rain jacket
#40
its not a looker is it.........

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