Heinz soup flask £5.99 was £16.99 argos
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Heinz soup flask £5.99 was £16.99 argos

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Found 21st Feb 2016
Cheapest price I have seen for a brilliant fun little flask with fold out spoon - great for mum to take soup to work.
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Another Argos Heinz discounted merchandise. Good price but given people's varying tastes & uses and probably flask not as effective as some other ones fear it will suffer like other Argos Heinz product
"probably" "fear", it's a flask, it's £6, what's not to like?
pnaylor39

Another Argos Heinz discounted merchandise. Good price but given people's … Another Argos Heinz discounted merchandise. Good price but given people's varying tastes & uses and probably flask not as effective as some other ones fear it will suffer like other Argos Heinz product




am i missing something here lol
Had one of these wasn't great, should maybe stick to making over priced soup!!
I pay to advertise their brand?
loofer

I pay to advertise their brand?



Please tell me your not serious.
dont understand why this is cold
its basicaly a red version of the £8 soup flask thats just been posted which is going hot
Why would you willingly advertise a famous brand and pay them the privilege to do so. These things should either be heavily discounted or given away as prizes.

These are far more versatile:
hotukdeals.com/dea…652
Edited by: "BeerGoggles" 21st Feb 2016
BeerGoggles

Why would you willingly advertise a famous brand and pay them the … Why would you willingly advertise a famous brand and pay them the privilege to do so. These things should either be heavily discounted or given away as prizes.These are far more versatile:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/thermos-400ml-thermocafe-food-barrel-with-spoon-8-c-c-asda-george-others-also-reduced-2399652




Please dont tell me your serious aswell.

I assume everything you own you remove the "tag" so your not advertising that company.

Have you debadged your car? have you removed all the name tags on your trainers/shows?

Do you get a can of deodarant and spray paint it black so you cant see the make of it?
Well, pleased to see how well received my deal was - as the old adage goes - if I made just one person out there happy, it was worth it..........!!!
fattyuk

Please dont tell me your serious aswell.I assume everything you own you … Please dont tell me your serious aswell.I assume everything you own you remove the "tag" so your not advertising that company.Have you debadged your car? have you removed all the name tags on your trainers/shows?Do you get a can of deodarant and spray paint it black so you cant see the make of it?



This argument is a bit more complicated. It is true that most products contain a brand image which usually involves a logo but this is normally used to identify a product. Sometimes a brand can determine quality, such as Heinz Tomato soup, or BMW cars. We can indeed buy into quality concepts and use that image to project something about ourselves to the world. This is why we probably don't wear unbranded trainers for example, and if we do, then that can also be used to promote an ideal we hold to the rest of the world.

Heinz are not known for making quality flasks therefore this just serves to promote their brand to the rest of the world. If this was exceptionally cheap I would maybe have one as a) it serves a purpose and b) I got a very good deal out of it, but this is not exceptionally cheap it is similar in price to other flasks. Would you have a Lidle logo on your TV when they don't have any affiliation with TV's, would you carry around a Mcdonalds sports bag that costs the same as a branded sports good manufacturer? I doubt it. Would I do this if the item was heavily subsidised, maybe, as then both parties get something from the deal. But hey if you don't mind being a walking billboard that's up to you.

Edited by: "BeerGoggles" 21st Feb 2016
BeerGoggles

This argument is a bit more complicated. It is true that most products … This argument is a bit more complicated. It is true that most products contain a brand image which usually involves a logo but this is normally used to identify a product. Sometimes a brand can determine quality, such as Heinz Tomato soup, or BMW cars. We can indeed buy into quality concepts and use that image to project something about ourselves to the world. This is why we probably don't wear unbranded trainers for example, and if we do, then that can also be used to promote an ideal we hold to the rest of the world.Heinz are not known for making quality flasks therefore this just serves to promote their brand to the rest of the world. If this was exceptionally cheap I would maybe have one as a) it serves a purpose and b) I got a very good deal out of it, but this is not exceptionally cheap it is similar in price to other flasks. Would you have a Lidle logo on your TV when they don't have any affiliation with TV's, would you carry around a Mcdonalds sports bag that costs the same as a branded sports good manufacturer? I doubt it. Would I do this if the item was heavily subsidised, maybe, as then both parties get something from the deal. But hey if you don't mind being a walking billboard that's up to you.



​i read the first line and thought, nah I'm not gonna "argue" about a bleeding soup flask lol

Only on hukd the simple things can make people go mental.
Edited by: "fattyuk" 22nd Feb 2016
fattyuk

​i read the first line and thought, nah I'm not gonna "argue" about a b … ​i read the first line and thought, nah I'm not gonna "argue" about a bleeding soup flask lolOnly on hukd the simple things can make people go mental.



​I enjoyed that little exchange. This is the sort of person that could have an argument in an empty room I imagine. ha ha.
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