Breville Crepe Maker instore debenhams £20
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Breville Crepe Maker instore debenhams £20

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Found 3rd Mar 2014
Seen at the Bury store for £20 probably depends on individual stores stock.

They don't have it in stock online at debenhams so the link takes you to amazon one just to show you which one it is.

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so why link to amazon @ £32. cold for me as no proof or link to deal.

i think its because debenhams instore, the link to amazon is probably to show reviews/pic/dimensions etc ( as mentioned in the OP)

I have one of these its pretty handy to just grab on a sun morn and make pancakes, i think they are good value
Edited by: "skellysgirl" 3rd Mar 2014

Bit of a pointless deal posted... oO

In the OP:-

They don't have it in stock online at debenhams so the link takes you to … They don't have it in stock online at debenhams so the link takes you to amazon one just to show you which one it is.

tregs

In the OP:-

did he add that later, didnt see it the first time.

got one of these at christmas makes great quick omlettes

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bouncy99

did he add that later, didnt see it the first time.

I didn't add it later, all the information was there when the deal was posted.

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devonblk

http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10701_10001_325022003160_-1Its £18.00 online

it's out of stock online but thanks for the link.

then defo cold, they are underselling themselves on their website

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bouncy99

then defo cold, they are underselling themselves on their website

Well if you go instore you can price match (_;)

has nobody heard of a "none stick frying pan" which can be used in conjunction with "a cooker" to provide a versatile cooking surface with one of its uses being the ability to cook crepes (or pancakes as we like to call them). Why would anybody buy what is effectively a frying pan stuck to an electrical heating surface, which can only perform one function.

bouncy99

has nobody heard of a "none stick frying pan" which can be used in … has nobody heard of a "none stick frying pan" which can be used in conjunction with "a cooker" to provide a versatile cooking surface with one of its uses being the ability to cook crepes (or pancakes as we like to call them). Why would anybody buy what is effectively a frying pan stuck to an electrical heating surface, which can only perform one function.



This may also double as a fried egg cooker though X)

thetarget

This may also double as a fried egg cooker though X)

ive just checked the manual, and my frying pan will also do that

Expensive for a frying pan.

Tyranicus66

Expensive for a frying pan.

well in fairness, i did pay over £100 for one of my frying pans, but ye its just a heated frying pan with no use other than crepes.

Got one at Debenhams, White Rose Centre, Leeds yesterday. Priced at £30 but scanned at £20.
Used it tonight and i have to say, even though i've been cooking pancakes for 30 odd years in a frying pan, this was brilliant.
Worth every penny .... and more.
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