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Fingerless gloves - previously a waste of space - now perfect for using PDAs in the cold - £1 @ Poundland - and no one thinks of Steptoe now!!! (You can pick your nose wearing them too!)
Fingerless gloves - previously a waste of space - now perfect for using PDAs in the cold - £1 @ Poundland - and no one thinks of Steptoe now!!! (You can pick your nose wearing them too!)

Fingerless gloves - previously a waste of space - now perfect for using PDAs in the cold - £1 @ Poundland - and no one thinks of Steptoe now!!! (You can pick your nose wearing them too!)

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Available in dark green, dark grey, and dark RAF style blue.

I bought a pair while waiting on the train - and they made a massive difference to using a PDA on a frozen station platform.

If only there was something to keep the seats warm too!!!

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what tard voted cold, they're £1 what more do you want for a quid?

dataload;7215059

what tard voted cold, they're £1 what more do you want for a quid?



The bits that cover the fingers :oops:

stanley;7215089

The bits that cover the fingers :oops:


well these are called "fingerless gloves" :whistling:

cold 2 pairs for 98p at primark.

"Harold!"

Which station has a Poundland on the platform?

need a pair of these, so heat from me..

These are also useful if you do photography, been using them for years when I'm out with my camera.

or like me, with long fingers, the normal gloves do my head in too short in the fingers

mind mine are Thinsulate, keeps the rests of the hand warm, granted finger tips are fecking freezing though but much better than no gloves

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Lakeside;7215209

Which station has a Poundland on the platform?




Glasgow - It almost faces the Union Street entrance to Glasgow Central.

Glasgow Argyle Street Station - next block - about 30 yards/meters

Paisley - cross the square and enter the shopping centre - about 100m

Clydebank - about 300m from the station

Perth - about 500m from the station

so no one has a primark near them no?

'Fingerless gloves - previously a waste of space'

Ermmm, fishermen on beaches, lochs etc have been using them for years!

ibiza;7215328

Perth - about 500m from the station



OK

So who waits for a train 500m from the station? :-D

And it's more than 500m away anyway.

Banned

wulshaz;7215329

so no one has a primark near them no?



they choose to ignore the evil known as primark for the cheerful poundland:thinking:

I find Poundland to be stubbornly inflexible on price

they're also £1 in spar if you can find a spar with any stock left.

casparwhite;7215375

they choose to ignore the evil known as primark for the cheerful … they choose to ignore the evil known as primark for the cheerful poundland:thinking:



mmm confusing as i was at parkhead yesterday with my son and he picked up gloves which i thought was just one pair for 98p and thought ok whatever but turns out to be 2 so excellant! :thumbsup:

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Lakeside;7215352

OKSo who waits for a train 500m from the station? :-DAnd it's more than … OKSo who waits for a train 500m from the station? :-DAnd it's more than 500m away anyway.




Clearly you have not seen Perth Station - not helped by -3C.

I can see it now mate lol

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wulshaz;7215426

mmm confusing as i was at parkhead yesterday with my son and he picked up … mmm confusing as i was at parkhead yesterday with my son and he picked up gloves which i thought was just one pair for 98p and thought ok whatever but turns out to be 2 so excellant! :thumbsup:



But these are expensive Poundland ones - none of your Primark junk!!!

I never realised you came from the east end - but realise entirely now why you have that avatar. :whistling: :whistling: :whistling:

flintstone;7215309

or like me, with long fingers, the normal gloves do my head in too short … or like me, with long fingers, the normal gloves do my head in too short in the fingers



Lol! You must have huge hands!

I think this deal is excellent, Primark may be cheaper but who wants to be queuing for ages in a packed out boiling shop at this time of year? I went yesterday and it was absolutely heaving! Would much rather nip in poundland and queue for a few seconds than get an extra pair of gloves. H&R op =]

Bought a pair of these from Asda George last week for £1. Good quality.

What a revolting piece of clothing.
;-)

Since there are so many Poundland fans here.

They have opened a new Poundland in Uxbridge at the old Woolworths store. It is within 50m of the Uxbridge tube station and probably the biggest Poundland in the UK.

Blasphemous;7215344

Ermmm, fishermen on beaches, lochs etc have been using them for years!


Pedant. He was being *purposely* funny. (Or she.)

Heat for making me laugh with your comments. Desl is not bad either ;-)

I prefer gloveless fingers £0

I wear these.... more because they make me look like a dickensian rougue than for comfort or warmth though...

wulshaz;7215329

so no one has a primark near them no?



60+ mile round trip so no real saving fro me

"You dirty old man"

fits like a glove

This has got to be Hot just for the pick the nose option !:oops:

voted cold as you can buy a pair of gloves from anywhere and cut the fingers off yourself

and poundland is a nightmare to shop in as they never put prices on half the stock

99p in my local shop!

Voted cold (...............fingertips!)

As every time someone posts a computer deal, someone else posts that they could build it cheaper themselves:

I could knit these for less than £1

(OK, my gran could)
(if she was still alive)

Used goves like these for years - SMART and hot

I use fingerless gloves while drumming as the purpose-built drumming gloves are ridiculously expensive. I would get more stick-grip with the latex ones though so would pass this one.

Heat and rep given though as the price is good.

huxley1;7217913

As every time someone posts a computer deal, someone else posts that they … As every time someone posts a computer deal, someone else posts that they could build it cheaper themselves:I could knit these for less than £1(OK, my gran could)(if she was still alive)




:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:

Excellent find. I find they make a superb fashion statement for any gentlemen wishing for that 'dashing man about town' look. An added bonus is that when my hands are in my coat pockets, it makes playing pocket billiards much more enjoyable (if you catch my drift). Phoaaarrrrr!

Took mine back and complained - someone had cut them in half on the fingers and thumb :x
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