Dunlop Gripper Gloves Mens £1 instore was £3.99 @ SportsDirect
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Dunlop Gripper Gloves Mens £1 instore was £3.99 @ SportsDirect

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Found 18th Dec 2014Made hot 18th Dec 2014
These work Gloves are only £1 instore.
You can buy them online for 99p but you have to pay £4.99 delivery.
The gloves have rubber over them on the front side of the gloves and the back of the hand is standard textile material, ideal for gardening or carrying bricks/rubble etc... They are a firm fit so you can grip objects better.

I bought two at this price, can't go wrong.

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About the price they normally are, with delivery, on ebay. Not branded. Great gloves for wood work and general chores.

These look quite handy, thanks OP

CrazyBob

These look quite handy, thanks OP



Double handy!

To keep you warm if you can't get any hours on your zero hours contract to pay the heating bill this Christmas. :-)

Wouldn't risk ordering anything online from them again. I've ordered a tracksuit for my sons Xmas present, it arrived today with a security tag attached! Not holding my breath about that being sorted out before Xmas.

Thanks op

Chief Rocks!

Wouldn't risk ordering anything online from them again. I've ordered a … Wouldn't risk ordering anything online from them again. I've ordered a tracksuit for my sons Xmas present, it arrived today with a security tag attached! Not holding my breath about that being sorted out before Xmas.

Take it to your local council estate, someone will know how to remove it for you

Chief Rocks!

Wouldn't risk ordering anything online from them again. I've ordered a … Wouldn't risk ordering anything online from them again. I've ordered a tracksuit for my sons Xmas present, it arrived today with a security tag attached! Not holding my breath about that being sorted out before Xmas.


Try youtube sure you will find a video on how to remove them lol

ideal for snowball fight, only if there is any snow this year

nokiae71

I bought two at this price, can't go wrong.


Always a good idea when it comes to gloves

might get snow

Chief Rocks!

Wouldn't risk ordering anything online from them again. I've ordered a … Wouldn't risk ordering anything online from them again. I've ordered a tracksuit for my sons Xmas present, it arrived today with a security tag attached! Not holding my breath about that being sorted out before Xmas.



Or take it to store with the order note and get them to remove it.

As long as you have proof of purchase any store like asda tresco etc will remove it for you.

As its a gift better taking tag off the right way, you dont want to damage the cloth.

Hear they are good for getting slipper things up into slipper places.

DCFC79

Or take it to store with the order note and get them to remove it.



I'll have to do this, it's just annoying that I paid £4.99 for delivery to avoid having to go to a store, now I have to go anyway! I would have chosen store pickup instead but they charge £4.99 for that as well, despite Tesco etc managing to offer store collection for free.

Chief Rocks!

I'll have to do this, it's just annoying that I paid £4.99 for delivery … I'll have to do this, it's just annoying that I paid £4.99 for delivery to avoid having to go to a store, now I have to go anyway! I would have chosen store pickup instead but they charge £4.99 for that as well, despite Tesco etc managing to offer store collection for free.



As someone has said it'll likely be simple to remove and youtube could probably teach you. I'd skip that step and just try putting a strongish magnet against it.
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