Highlander Snow Grippers (Black) for £4.99 @ Play.Com
276°Expired

Highlander Snow Grippers (Black) for £4.99 @ Play.Com

mod 49
mod
Found 30th Nov 2011Made hot 30th Nov 2011
Excellent price for a pair of snow grippers. Use code DOTDSANDO to buy at this price.

These snow grips are tough and durable. Made from thermo plastic rubber, they have non slip metal studs which offer excellent traction.

S/M fits shoes/ boot size UK 3-6 EU 34-39

M/L fits shoes/ boots size UK 7-12 EU 40-47

Carefully fasten the grippers to your shoes and wipe grippers with a dry cloth after use. Grippers should only be used on snow or ice not on direct pavement.

49 Comments

Original Poster mod

http://p.playserver1.com/ProductImages/1/2/3/4/3/8/3/2/23834321_500x500_2.jpghttp://p.playserver1.com/ProductImages/1/2/3/4/3/8/3/2/23834321_500x500_1.jpg
Edited by: "andywedge" 30th Nov 2011

I can't see anywhere to add the code on this item when i am purchasing it.Can you advise me .Thanks great buy if i can find out about the code.

Original Poster mod

123weekender

I can't see anywhere to add the code on this item when i am purchasing … I can't see anywhere to add the code on this item when i am purchasing it.Can you advise me .Thanks great buy if i can find out about the code.


Go through checkout and before you actually 'pay' there's a box on the right hand side that says 'I have a promotional code'

No snow around here yet ..,. North West

Original Poster mod

TimeWarp

No snow around here yet ..,. North West


Give it a day or two.......North West too

"There can be only one", or two in this case!

Edited by: "southwell65" 30th Nov 2011

Excellent have just ordered thanks!:3

Cheers, ordered... they hide that wee promotion code box pretty well...

FAB! thanks. I have some of these and they are a life saver! Got a pair for hubby :-)

Worth a try, Christmas present. Anybody know about sizing,right in the middle, should l go up or down? Heat to melt the ice!
Edited by: "JamE" 30th Nov 2011

direct link please?

Cant access through go to deal button and I've searched for
"Highland snow grippers"
"snow grippers"
"grippers"

and had no luck.

safe blud

great, just bought a set for me and a set for the wife.- bring on the snow and ice............

numptyj

direct link please?Cant access through go to deal button and I've … direct link please?Cant access through go to deal button and I've searched for"Highland snow grippers""snow grippers""grippers"and had no luck.safe blud



Click on GO TO DEAL at the top right of this page- worked for me.

The red 'go to deal' button above takes you to them.

I've ordered two pairs (one as a xmas gift for the old man).

Good deal - and hopefully will come in handy.

Original Poster mod

Think he means he can't access it - work might be blocking it or something
PMd you the link Numpty

Up in price already, like last year

Original Poster mod

dreamager

Up in price already, like last year


Use code DOTDSANDO to buy at this price.

(_;)

Great price after discount, already got some but ordered some for when they have worn down. Thanks.

Why cant people learn to read?

Use code DOTDSANDO

Thanks 2 pairs ordered for the parents!! Last year with all the bad weather you couldn't get hold of any of these!!

ordered, heat added!

andywedge

Go through checkout and before you actually 'pay' there's a box on the … Go through checkout and before you actually 'pay' there's a box on the right hand side that says 'I have a promotional code'



I can't find this box???

dennissabre

I can't find this box???



Sorry. I've just found it.
Thanks OP
Heat

Cheers just bought 2 pairs - off to the alps if snow, here in the Lakes if not - often icy.

I bought some snow boots last year but for some reason despite being the right size they were tight, you'd think they'd make them roomy for socks. It would have cost a small fortune to post them back so I kept them. I'll get some of these as a more comfy back-up
Edited by: "carltonbp" 30th Nov 2011

I'm highly sceptical that these will work very well on ice, rubber is actually almost totally useless on ice, all these will do is make your trainers even more streamline and add some strange screws.

You notice that all of the "real" competitors have spikes:
image.made-in-china.com/2f0…jpg
traditionalmountaineering.org/ima…JPG
Edited by: "UnoriginalGuy" 30th Nov 2011

These will be of no use to most people this winter; there well not be widespread snow, if at all!

Original Poster mod

carltonbp

£7.50 now


Use code DOTDSANDO to buy at this price.

(_;)

is the same one available cheaper at B&M and mentioned on the other thread from a few days ago????

carltonbp

£7.50 now

Use code DOTDSANDO to buy at this price.



D'oh sorry. God that's embarrassing. X)

Thanks

getting told that they're unable to process this voucher code when I try it ?

Bought 2. Cheers, Andy!

olivetti

These will be of no use to most people this winter; there well not be … These will be of no use to most people this winter; there well not be widespread snow, if at all!



Last year I thought they'd be no snow as we'd had huge snow and ice that lasted for ages the year before. But lo and behold it was even worse. It's weird I've lived in London for 15 years in the previous 13 the best you could describe any snow was as slush and then we had compacted ice on pavements for weeks and weeks two years running. Councils didn't bother gritting the pavements in Barnet near me and Haringey near me (I live on boundary).

Thanks, ordered + heat!

Don't forget 7.07% TCB. Every little counts ; )

You can get these one's which are more like proper crampons for a bit extra. May be able to find them cheaper elsewhere. They have different sizes.

amazon.co.uk/YWS…-18

As worn by your postie!

just ordered for me and the other half - very good

I'm going to go with these one's from Blackspur not convinced about studs and they have great reviews amazon.co.uk/gp/…er=

You can get size 9-12 from outdoorvalue.co.uk for £7 inc delivery

2 pairs ordered, thanks
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text