Designer Jasper Conran Fleece Dressing Gown - was £60, then £30, now £18 @ Debenhams (more listed in post - perfect for Father's Day)
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Designer Jasper Conran Fleece Dressing Gown - was £60, then £30, now £18 @ Debenhams (more listed in post - perfect for Father's Day)

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Found 26th Apr 2014
High quality Mens fleece Jasper Conran dressing gown, very soft with excellent reviews. Now down to £18 in price (in the 70% clearance) and all sizes available at time of posting. Colours are black or grey with links in comments.

There's also some nice John Rocha mens dressing gowns reduced to clear from £15.

Also Quidco/TCB 3% cashback + Free click and collect

Edit: Father's Day is 15th June so may make a nice present (thanks LJM)

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Jasper Conran Black Fleece Dressing Gown £18 (reduced from £60)

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http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10701_10001_098010102060_-1


Jasper Conran Grey Grid Fleece Dressing Gown £18 (reduced from £60)

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http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10701_10001_098010102063_-1


John Rocha Dark Grey striped Fleece Dressing Gown £18 (reduced from £60)

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http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10701_10001_098010115065_-1


John Rocha Designer Blue Marled Dressing Gown £15 (reduced from £50)

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Edited by: "Chanchi32" 26th Apr 2014

Very hot price, decent quality too!!

Thanks-Fathers Day now sorted!

Great offer, thanks for sharing

Banned

I'd rather have a bottle of single malt

Thanks chichi great offer and present sorted

Blue ordered, good prices thanks Chanchi..

is it really 100% polyester? That's what the description says...

hmmm 100% polyester...

HA! i remember the farce last time i ordered a dressing gown from Debenhams.

Ordered one as part of an xmas gift while it was on sale, they then cancelled the order with no explanation, i called them and they said it was due to stock running out.

Only for it to appear the same day full price and in stock.

The sale items dont actually exist in many cases its only to get you on to their damn website.
I look forward to them going bust one day.

£60 RRP for a 100% polyester dressing gown ? may worth £6.

Polyester material is too uncomfortable especially for a dressing gown.

Still seems to expensive for the price it is right now.

What are these polyester fleece dressing gowns like for getting dried off after a bath or shower? I would imagine that a cotton towelling robe would be more effective, but they seem to be a bit few & far between these days. Most of the dressing gowns/robes appear to be made of polyester fleece, which are probably very cosy, but how absorbent would they be? Anyone here know from experience?
Edited by: "shepherdess" 26th Apr 2014

Original Poster

This is a decent price, lots of stock in varied sizes, good customer reviews and positive feedback from members before on the site.

This was posted at Christmas time for £25 for anyone with any doubts that this is decent deal
hotukdeals.com/dea…903
Edited by: "Chanchi32" 26th Apr 2014

You do realise that ALL "fleece" clothing products are 100% polyester...?

Great deal for £18!!

shepherdess

What are these polyester fleece dressing gowns like for getting dried off … What are these polyester fleece dressing gowns like for getting dried off after a bath or shower? I would imagine that a cotton towelling robe would be more effective, but they seem to be a bit few & far between these days. Most of the dressing gowns/robes appear to be made of polyester fleece, which are probably very cosy, but how absorbent would they be? Anyone here know from experience?



I'm sure there are other people like you, but I would imagine most people dry with a towel and then wear the robe to stay warm. I don't know the answer to you question, but for people that are like me, who use a towel first, then I imagine these work a treat.

Edited by: "shootist" 26th Apr 2014

shootist

I'm sure there are other people like you, but I would imagine most people … I'm sure there are other people like you, but I would imagine most people dry with a towel and then wear the robe to stay warm. I don't know the answer to you question, but for people that are like me, who use a towel first, then I imagine these work a treat.


Why bother replying if, by your own admission, you don't know the answer to my question! Or does it make you feel superior in some way by being patronising?

Could it be remotely possible that is another person like me out there somewhere who just wants to get showered, dressed & out of the house be it to work or wherever in as little time as possible?

Maybe I should have worded my question better - could this dressing gown double up as a bath robe?

shepherdess

Why bother replying if, by your own admission, you don't know the answer … Why bother replying if, by your own admission, you don't know the answer to my question! Or does it make you feel superior in some way by being patronising? Could it be remotely possible that is another person like me out there somewhere who just wants to get showered, dressed & out of the house be it to work or wherever in as little time as possible? Maybe I should have worded my question better - could this dressing gown double up as a bath robe?



Actually it wasn't meant to be patronising in the slightest and instead was just an honest answer. You should re-read my answer and you might not read into something that isn't actually there. To be fair to you though, I have re-read your original question and I couldn't have read it properly first time around; not noticing the part about it not being a robe etc, so I apologise for that. But seriously, chill out, not everyone on here is writing messages to attack and patronise - sometimes people answer because it's a forum and they like the discussion side of it


Edited by: "shootist" 26th Apr 2014

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vics219

My personal … My personal favourite...[img]http://debenhams.scene7.com/is/image/Debenhams/098010102060?$PSPMedium$[/img]This ones not bad either..[img]http://debenhams.scene7.com/is/image/Debenhams/098010822245?$PSPMedium$[/img]Oh and I wouldn't say no to this one..[img]http://debenhams.scene7.com/is/image/Debenhams/098010102063?$PSPMedium$[/img]Nice dressing gowns too



haha Naughty Vics Making me smile X)

Chanchi32

haha Naughty Vics Making me smile





hehe! naughty vics really should learn to behave herself X)

shootist

Actually it wasn't meant to be patronising in the slightest and instead … Actually it wasn't meant to be patronising in the slightest and instead was just an honest answer. You should re-read my answer and you might not read into something that isn't actually there. To be fair to you though, I have re-read your original question and I couldn't have read it properly first time around; not noticing the part about it not being a robe etc, so I apologise for that. But seriously, chill out, not everyone on here is writing messages to attack and patronise - sometimes people answer because it's a forum and they like the discussion side of it


Apology accepted, that's very gracious of you.

But I am still puzzled by what you mean when you refer to "people like you" (meaning me).

I do realise what a forum is, but I would expect that members who contributed to the discussion did so to be helpful by sharing any information or knowledge they might have in a positive manner, rather than just because they like to have a chat.

shepherdess

Apology accepted, that's very gracious of you. But I am still puzzled by … Apology accepted, that's very gracious of you. But I am still puzzled by what you mean when you refer to "people like you" (meaning me). I do realise what a forum is, but I would expect that members who contributed to the discussion did so to be helpful by sharing any information or knowledge they might have in a positive manner, rather than just because they like to have a chat.


Oh dear... 'People like you' meant exactly that; not just you, but other people who like to dry themselves by popping on a robe rather than drying themselves off first - you really are reading too much into what I wrote! I'm not sure what you're worried about; are you just looking for someone to argue with? I didn't say I wanted to have a 'chat' (who's being patronising now), I said discussion (engaging) - I was speaking in generic terms. I realise now, when answering you especially, one should try to be much more specific for fear of offending....

This really isn't worth it. You must move on... I'm going to.

Chanchi32

Amex £10 off £50 spend D … Amex £10 off £50 spend Debenhamshttps://enroll.amexnetwork.com/GB/en/UK201404iDOEDebenhamsSpringCampaign/



Sadly, all have been issued - was only first 4,000

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Lyssie

Sadly, all have been issued - was only first 4,000



Thanks, I saw this posted over a week ago so must have gone quite quickly.
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