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Ideal Fathers Day Gift - Pole Position Gift Set £10 @ BuyCosmetics
Ideal Fathers Day Gift - Pole Position Gift Set £10 @ BuyCosmetics

Ideal Fathers Day Gift - Pole Position Gift Set £10 @ BuyCosmetics

Usually retails at £29.95, but from buycosmetics.com you can snap it up for a tenner! This is from David Coulthards range. Set consists of 75ml Eau de Toilette, 150ml Shower Gel, 150ml Shampoo and Conditioner. Also when you spend over £5 on anything at their website you get a free fathers day badge! (while stocks last).



Pole Position offers a unique men's fragrance and grooming collection, endorsed by legendary racing driver, David Coulthard. As one of the worlds most successful Formula 1 drivers, David demands the very highest levels of quality and performance. From the car he drives, to the clothes he wears, and the skincare products he uses - only the best will do. That's why David Coulthard chooses Pole Position.

We think the Pole Position fragrance is wonderful.

This set includes:

Pole Position 75ml Eau de Toilette
Pole Position 150ml Shower Gel
Pole Position 150ml Shampoo and Conditioner


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Do you have a direct link pavilion ?

Please change the title, I though it was a Scalextric set or something!

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Do you have a direct link pavilion ?



here you go buycosmetics.com/Pro…spx

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pavilion, please make sure to post individual items as "product" ... so a price shows up on the right of the post.

Bought it for my Dad. Smells like a toilet freshner.

What does? Your Dad or the cosmetics?

Taken from the site -
Includes a competition entry form for a chance to win a £20,000 day out for you and a friend in Monaco and dinner with David Coulthard!

Fly from the UK to Nice
Helicopter transfer to Monaco
Dine with David Coulthard
Signed memorabilia and photos of your day
Yacht transfer back to Nice
Live like a celebrity for the day
This is the stuff that dreams are made of!

Now, I'm guess this was perhaps a gift set intend for the xmas market - what comeback would we have if the competition has expired??
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