Asda Smartprice cutlery set, 16 piece stainless steel, £1.25
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Asda Smartprice cutlery set, 16 piece stainless steel, £1.25

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Found 19th Jan 2014
16 piece stainless steel cutlery set, basic cutlery but good for a starter set, first home or for students, or as extras for when feeding more people than usual. At less than 8p per piece these are almost disposable!
In store and on the online grocery site (available when doing a grocery order); in stock at the time of writing in Leith, Edinburgh store, probably available in most other stores as these are on 'rollback', not reduced to clear.

Don't think these are available on Asda Direct - only on grocery site or instore.

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link please

Original Poster

Sonltt

link please



groceries.asda.com/asd…ric!product/1000000470513

Don't think these are available on Asda Direct - only on grocery site or instore.

We've actually had these for almost 4 years, still going strong lol. Bought them when we moved, intending to find a nice set to replace them with & still haven't. Really not a bad buy!

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LauraDaintree

We've actually had these for almost 4 years, still going strong lol. … We've actually had these for almost 4 years, still going strong lol. Bought them when we moved, intending to find a nice set to replace them with & still haven't. Really not a bad buy!



Excellent! I haven't actually tried them, just saw them while shopping. I have cutlery which was fairly expensive and it is covered in scratches now so maybe just as well to go for the budget option!

Weird, I just bought these today, but never really considered posting them, but seem to be getting a lot of heat lol

Very cheap and great cutlery. We bought 4 sets over a year ago and still working fine. If they do the job well...lol

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coullgfx

Weird, I just bought these today, but never really considered posting … Weird, I just bought these today, but never really considered posting them, but seem to be getting a lot of heat lol



I just thought it might help somebody just starting off or needing household stuff on a budget. I'm sure my first cutlery (which wasn't very good stuff!) thirty-odd years ago cost more than this!!

I think i bought them when I moved into first flat, I also buy extras now and again, because I end up taking cutlery to work and after the site closes, some idiot always ends up throwing everything out, so much cheaper buying a tub of spread and some rolls, rather than going to bakers etc

great for work - thanks

Original Poster

My son goes to music festivals in the summer and takes plastic forks and spoons, maybe just as well to give him this stuff - better to use and it doesn't matter if it's left behind (as most of his stuff is!). Handy to keep a few bits in the car, too, for on-the-run food, better than using stupid tiny plastic forks and spoons.

Lou Scotland

My son goes to music festivals in the summer and takes plastic forks and … My son goes to music festivals in the summer and takes plastic forks and spoons, maybe just as well to give him this stuff - better to use and it doesn't matter if it's left behind (as most of his stuff is!). Handy to keep a few bits in the car, too, for on-the-run food, better than using stupid tiny plastic forks and spoons.



Great idea!

These are great to just fill up a drawer, I bought some before and they are not that strong but I seem to lose them quite often despite only eating dinner in my living room(started out with about 6 of each items then bought 4 good brand forks and spoons and now down to about 2 of each)

Might buy some just to fill up again as rather keep my good ones for best.

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ryouga

These are great to just fill up a drawer, I bought some before and they … These are great to just fill up a drawer, I bought some before and they are not that strong but I seem to lose them quite often despite only eating dinner in my living room(started out with about 6 of each items then bought 4 good brand forks and spoons and now down to about 2 of each)Might buy some just to fill up again as rather keep my good ones for best.



Good idea - we regularly 'lose' cutlery, goodness knows where it goes!
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