Armani Gloves (Black (L)/Khaki (M/L) - £27.49 at Psyche (Quidco/TCB - 6.5% Back)
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Armani Gloves (Black (L)/Khaki (M/L) - £27.49 at Psyche (Quidco/TCB - 6.5% Back)

£27.49£4031%Psyche Deals
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Posted 20th Jan
Was looking for gloves and these are on eBay for £40 too. Can't find cheaper than this.

Another 6.5% back on Sale items on Quidco and TCB. Covers about half of delivery.

Only Large available for Black and Medium/Large for Khaki
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£27.49 for acrylic gloves? Dang, need your head checking.
dark_shadow20/01/2020 15:51

£27.49 for acrylic gloves? Dang, need your head checking.


Nuh, its kewl wit the logo on it innit. Bin asking me mam for a pair 4 ages lol
dark_shadow20/01/2020 15:51

£27.49 for acrylic gloves? Dang, need your head checking.


Could be the same saying why do people get designer jeans over Primark ones. It's still denim.
Dillz_20/01/2020 16:47

Could be the same saying why do people get designer jeans over Primark …Could be the same saying why do people get designer jeans over Primark ones. It's still denim.


Actually, no.

The relativity of money/value against amount/purpose of material are a big difference.

Lets do some basic maths.

Primark denim jeans are approx £14.99. Amazon regularly has Levis around £30 mark. That's twice the price for a significantly better cut, quality of fabric and wearability over a period of time. My H&M/primark jeans last time lasted about 18 months before the thighs rubbing, they ripped. Comparably my levis jeans are well into the 5y+ club.

Taking the above into consideration the Levis would be a better buy.

Acrylic gloves are largely very similar but for comparison sakes. Decathlon has some touch-screen based acrylic gloves that I bought for £2 that cames with 2 years warranty. They bobbled but haven't ripped.

When I was a wee-little boy, I bought some designer acrylic gloves that cost £30. They developed a hole within a couple of weeks of daily wear. Ultimately I lost out.
dark_shadow20/01/2020 17:00

Actually, no. The relativity of money/value against amount/purpose of …Actually, no. The relativity of money/value against amount/purpose of material are a big difference. Lets do some basic maths. Primark denim jeans are approx £14.99. Amazon regularly has Levis around £30 mark. That's twice the price for a significantly better cut, quality of fabric and wearability over a period of time. My H&M/primark jeans last time lasted about 18 months before the thighs rubbing, they ripped. Comparably my levis jeans are well into the 5y+ club. Taking the above into consideration the Levis would be a better buy. Acrylic gloves are largely very similar but for comparison sakes. Decathlon has some touch-screen based acrylic gloves that I bought for £2 that cames with 2 years warranty. They bobbled but haven't ripped.When I was a wee-little boy, I bought some designer acrylic gloves that cost £30. They developed a hole within a couple of weeks of daily wear. Ultimately I lost out.


Eh I guess.

I just thought some Armani lovers or designer hoarders wouldn't mind
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