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Wallace & Gromit Perfect cuppa machine £5.00 + Free Delivery @ Play

£5.00 @ Play.Com
Thought this would make a fun present for any Wallace & Gromit fans out there. Elsewhere it is selling for: - Presents for Men £7.99 Charlies Direct £7.99 mensgiftshop £7.99 Debenhams £7.00 Wa… Read More
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[mod] 7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
Thought this would make a fun present for any Wallace & Gromit fans out there. Elsewhere it is selling for: -
Presents for Men £7.99
Charlies Direct £7.99
mensgiftshop £7.99
Debenhams £7.00

Wallace and Gromit's Perfect Cuppa was invented to ensure you get your perfect cup of tea your way every time, even when someone else makes it! Simply set the dials to show how many sugars, millimetres of milk to be added, and strength of tea required. This would make an ideal gift for those who like their tea their way!
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[mod]#1
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#2
oo I love it! My dad will be getting one for christmas.. thanks op!
#3
A 'perfect cuppa' in a Plastic cup? I don't think so! FAIL!
[mod]#4
Blasphemous
A 'perfect cuppa' in a Plastic cup? I don't think so! FAIL!


It's a toy; a gadget; a bit of fun; not really intended to be used as a real cup. Would you try to drive to work in a toy car?
#5
Happy 20th Anniversary today, Wallace & Gromit!

(Doesn't that make you feel old?)

BFN,

fp.
#6
andywedge
It's a toy; a gadget; a bit of fun; not really intended to be used as a real cup. Would you try to drive to work in a toy car?

Andy, if I don't like it, I don't like it. I see it as a bit of tat that's gonna end up in the spare room/loft/garage etc a week after xmas.
#7
Blasphemous
Andy, if I don't like it, I don't like it. I see it as a bit of tat that's gonna end up in the spare room/loft/garage etc a week after xmas.


Agreed, it may be a toy but it still needs to have some level of usefulness. Though good price so not voting either way.
#8
andywedge
It's a toy; a gadget; a bit of fun; not really intended to be used as a real cup. Would you try to drive to work in a toy car?


So correct me if I'm wrong, I would be paying £5 for a cup I couldn't use which would sit on my window ledge (or my father's window ledge) doing very little other than essentially just sitting there. I must be missing the point here....:whistling:
#9
Uh huh. Though i bet if was being offered for free, you would have one!!!!

Good deal, heat added...my daughter will love it.
#10
gal2792t
So correct me if I'm wrong, I would be paying £5 for a cup I couldn't use which would sit on my window ledge (or my father's window ledge) doing very little other than essentially just sitting there. I must be missing the point here....:whistling:


It can still be used as a cup, you just have to be happy to drink out of plastic. :)
banned#11
Wallace and Gromit's Perfect Cuppa was invented to ensure you get your perfect cup of tea your way every time, even when someone else makes it! Simply set the dials to show how many sugars, millimetres of milk to be added, and strength of tea required. This would make an ideal gift for those who like their tea their way!

The description doesn't mention that it is a toy. In fact, it makes it sound like a usable mug.
#12
NobbyB
Wallace and Gromit's Perfect Cuppa was invented to ensure you get your perfect cup of tea your way every time, even when someone else makes it! Simply set the dials to show how many sugars, millimetres of milk to be added, and strength of tea required. This would make an ideal gift for those who like their tea their way!

The description doesn't mention that it is a toy. In fact, it makes it sound like a usable mug.


Doesn't mention its made of plastic either
#13
Could be ceramic
#14
Who cares if this is plastic. THIS IS AWESOME!

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