Argon Tableware Set Of 48 Stainless Steel Teaspoons for £4.99 with free delivery @ tesco direct - sold by Rinkit (roughly 10p each)
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Argon Tableware Set Of 48 Stainless Steel Teaspoons for £4.99 with free delivery @ tesco direct - sold by Rinkit (roughly 10p each)

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Found 4th Dec 2016Made hot 4th Dec 2016
Argon Tableware Set Of 48 Stainless Steel 18/0 Teaspoons

Catalogue Number: 139-2827

£4.99 delivered with tesco direct.

cost is just 10p reach roughly.

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Its totally a hot deal but I am trying to wean my sons of their teaspoon habit, trying to drum into them that you dont need a new spoon with every brew this would just be madness
Edited by: "sues" 4th Dec 2016

My wife still hasn't forgiven me for hot spooning her

steviegodlike

My wife still hasn't forgiven me for hot spooning her



​had to look that one up...

18/0 No such thing (unless you mean mild steel), nor is this mentioned on the webpage.

18/10 or 18/12 would be a good quality spoon, these I doubt would last a year before going rusty.

10p each is about all their are worth.(sorry)

Gentle_Giant

18/0 No such thing (unless you mean mild steel), nor is this mentioned on … 18/0 No such thing (unless you mean mild steel), nor is this mentioned on the webpage. 18/10 or 18/12 would be a good quality spoon, these I doubt would last a year before going rusty.10p each is about all their are worth.(sorry)



You view on the deal is correct, however you are wrong about 18/0. It does exist....

"Cutlery stainless steel grades '18/8', '18/10' and '18/0'

Compositions of '18/8', '18/10' and 18/0'

These figures relate to the chromium and nickel contents of the steel, respectively.

'18/8' is probably the most commonly used stainless steel and contains 18% chromium and 8% nickel.
This steel is also known as '304' (in the American AISI grade designation system) or 1.4301 in the European BS EN 10088 standard.
It is an 'austenitic' type of stainless steel and so is not (or only very weakly) attracted by a magnet.

'18/10' is a designation used on some cutlery and holloware as an alternative to '18/8'. This designation is claimed to indicate a better quality steel than '18/8', and is essentially the same as the '304 (1.4301) grade . In practice the "10" does not indicate an actual higher Ni content and is purely a marketing ploy.

'18/0' is a 'ferritic' stainless steel type, which is attracted by a magnet (like pure iron). This steel is known as '430' in the AISI system or 1.4016 in the European standard.
It is used where corrosion resistance is not too demanding as an alternative to the '18/8' 304 type. The chromium content is optimistically said to be 18% but is nearer 17%."


Edited by: "TPGone" 4th Dec 2016

The issue with ferritic is it will rust, they make shower hoses out of this and disposable scalpels.
Worked with all these for many many years.

I'm not entirely sure I need this many spoons but good price nonetheless - Heat added

ive not had mine turn up yet... anyone else waiting still?
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