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John Lewis & Partners Fleece Lined Leather Gloves, Now from £6 plus £2 click & collect @ John Lewis & Partners

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WOMENS GLOVES:
Gorgeous colours to choose from, real leather fleece lined gloves were originally £20, now £6 for orange and dark yellow. Also purple, hot pink red etc.but reduced to £10. Small, medium or large.
Great reviews.

Click & collect for £2 or £3.50 delivery

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Winter. Some think of cosy socks, blankets of snow, hot chocolate, and the like; others the perpetual darkness and seemingly grey skies that never seem to end. Us? We're somewhere in the middle. So when it comes to doing battle against temperatures that won't dip into the double digits for a number of months, it's the little things that can make your day. Enter our fleece-lined gloves.

Snug, trendy, and oh so soft, the butter-soft leather ensures jack frost won't be bothering you anytime soon. Oh, and did we mention they come in a variety of colours? One to go with every outfit, maybe?

Size guide
S = 7
M = 7.5
L = 8


Also these originally £32, now £9 in BLACK
John Lewis & Partners 4 Button Leather Gloves, Black
johnlewis.com/joh…600

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John Lewis Delivery & Returns Information

Free delivery when you spend £50 and over, £3.50 for orders under £50. Exceptions apply to large items being delivered to non-UK mainland locations.

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Mens are still £19.50.

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bobdylan18/01/2022 18:25

Orange gloves!! No wonder they're reduced....


Add a bit of sunshine to your day x
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    Mens are still £19.50.

    Sexists.
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    Orange gloves!! No wonder they're reduced....
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    bobdylan18/01/2022 18:25

    Orange gloves!! No wonder they're reduced....


    Add a bit of sunshine to your day x
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    bobdylan18/01/2022 18:25

    Orange gloves!! No wonder they're reduced....


    Other colours also available for £10!
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    Ordered, Thanks
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    Made in China.
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    bobdylan18/01/2022 18:25

    Orange gloves!! No wonder they're reduced....


    It looks great for prostrate exams
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    £20 when I click through
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    Ordered 2 pairs
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    Every colour I click on is £20

    sarabifran118/01/2022 20:33

    Ordered 2 pairs


    Did you get them reduced
    Edited by: "angie555" 18th Jan
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    angie55518/01/2022 20:29

    £20 when I click through


    Orange and dark yellow stillshowing at £6 for me
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    Even orange and dark yellow still £20 for me it could be because the link takes me to my app perhaps if I uninstalled the app it would be £6.
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    angie55518/01/2022 20:39

    Even orange and dark yellow still £20 for me it could be because the link …Even orange and dark yellow still £20 for me it could be because the link takes me to my app perhaps if I uninstalled the app it would be £6.


    Here’s my app image just now, hope you manage to get some for £6
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    Alan Partridge gloves.
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    if the glove don't fit you must acquit
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    bananabandana18/01/2022 19:34

    It looks great for prostrate exams


    The fact you can't spell prostate worries me. You won't be coming near me with those gloves.
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    Just ordered! They have red, orange and purple at this price. £2 collection next day!
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    Ordered 2 orange pairs nice colour x
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    trojan3418/01/2022 22:16

    The fact you can't spell prostate worries me. You won't be coming near me …The fact you can't spell prostate worries me. You won't be coming near me with those gloves.


    I assume they meant that they're good for slapping yourself in the face with when you don't know the answer in an exam.
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    Ordered. Thanks OP.
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    Did anyone else look at the pic & think "welding gauntlets"
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    Nice, bought orange for the glove box, literally the only time I wear gloves is when I’m scraping ice off my car at 6 in the morning in the dark
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    itchyone19/01/2022 09:43

    https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/44728391Didn't seem to …https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/44728391Didn't seem to bother you buying Chinese products last year?


    I agree, i let my guard down! I bought a pair of good brand scissors yesterday instore, quickly checked where it was made, could only see polish type language so i presumed Europe. Got home, in big letters...MADE IN CHINA. I wont be happy using the scissors now for the foreseeable!
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    @ThankyouSue thank you Sue!;)
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    Thanks Op - Large has just gone out of stock but got M for my wife.

    There is an offer on the app until end of January to get £10 off for new users of the app (not sure if account specific as was flagged on my main JL desktop account) so had a browse and got a half price cashmere jumper for myself (still £49.50 but pure cashmere and lost my last one that I loved) to take it over £50 for free delivery. Also had a £5 gift card from Decembers promotion so the both came to £40.50 delivered so quite happy!
    Edited by: "Roygroyg" 19th Jan
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    Heat, other gloves are also on sale, ordered 4 different ones.
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    Nesima18/01/2022 22:33

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    Rubbish. You cannot avoid buying things from China whatsoever. Many everyday items you use will be made in China. Toilet brushes, plastic bags, pegs, bottles. You name it, it's probably made in China.

    I sense a contradiction here. You won't buy goods made in a country that "does not respect human rights", "causes huge animal suffering" and yet you for absolute certain (unless you are extremely rich and get every single thing custom made) you have a home filled with items made in China.

    Ok, ok, maybe part of what you are saying is specifically about welfare of animals here? Well I will tell you something, a pure fact. When big, premium companies such as John Lewis have items made in countries such as china, EVERYTHING through the whole chain will be carefully monitored to make sure welfare standards are met, even exceeded. Imagine how bad it would be if they weren't? For certain it would become public and the brand would be having some serious problems. A big reason people buy from John Lewis is because of their many incentives for poorer nations who produce goods for them and the quality which will last for years instead of being some throwaway tat. It's not worth it financially for John Lewis to take that risk.

    So it's when the shoe fits eh? Anything to suit the debate. Well I suggest you stop buying products made in the UK either then as Turkeys are as reported, often beaten in certain factories. Footage of cows being harmed has been published many times and I won't tell you what goes on in many mainstream chicken factories because even the so called "humane" process is far from that.
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    c_1st18/01/2022 23:12

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    Your house will be filled with things made in China, it can't be avoided, and don't tell me you don't own at least some cheap clothing items? pants, boxers, socks? A jacket or 2?

    As for this deal though, not only with it being a John Lewis product does it mean it's higher quality than most other high street wares so will last someone much longer, but they are a brand with plenty of incentives to support the countries that make products for them. As above, they make sure through the whole chain things are as fair and ethical as possible.

    On the other hand if we look at cheaper companies like Primark, who the vast majority of people on HUKD would have bought stuff from, they just create a spec for an item and leave them to get on with it. It's much more likely these everyday high street brands which are turning over record profits year on year are selling the products made with enslaved labour.

    You can be sure that if these gloves (or similar) were in Primark, they would be a few quid at full price and made from entirely synthetic materials. The only possible way they could profit were if made for pennies. That doesn't bode well for the people who made them.
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    Fashioncrazy7719/01/2022 11:00

    Your house will be filled with things made in China, it can't be avoided, …Your house will be filled with things made in China, it can't be avoided, and don't tell me you don't own at least some cheap clothing items? pants, boxers, socks? A jacket or 2?As for this deal though, not only with it being a John Lewis product does it mean it's higher quality than most other high street wares so will last someone much longer, but they are a brand with plenty of incentives to support the countries that make products for them. As above, they make sure through the whole chain things are as fair and ethical as possible. On the other hand if we look at cheaper companies like Primark, who the vast majority of people on HUKD would have bought stuff from, they just create a spec for an item and leave them to get on with it. It's much more likely these everyday high street brands which are turning over record profits year on year are selling the products made with enslaved labour. You can be sure that if these gloves (or similar) were in Primark, they would be a few quid at full price and made from entirely synthetic materials. The only possible way they could profit were if made for pennies. That doesn't bode well for the people who made them.


    John Lewis, like many big retailers, make a big deal about their "ethical sourcing", but in practice they are making largely empty marketing claims that enable higher pricing. But, their products are still coming from the same hazardous/unethical sources as retailers spending less on "greenwashing" (hiding environmental abuses) or "bloodwashing" (hiding human rights abuses).

    The drop in JL's standards of service and quality of items sold has been recorded on many fronts, including by WHICH? and Watchdog. And just look at the increasingly negative reviews for their own-branded products. Why should we trust a company that has been called-out so often for openly refusing to honour their internationally marketed price matching promise in practice?

    I agree JL may be better than some, but they are not above criticism.

    Us consumers are becoming more informed, and can see/read beyond marketing-spin. We do more checks before we give companies our valuable brand loyalty and our increasingly hard earned cash.
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    Fashioncrazy7718/01/2022 22:14

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    Things i have bought from China have always been poor quality, i have never bought a Chinese item and thought WOW thats good quality! I understand that things are made more cheaply over there but if possible i would spend my money on a UK made product to help UK manufacturers (not that there are many left).
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    c_1st19/01/2022 11:24

    John Lewis, like many big retailers, make a big deal about their "ethical …John Lewis, like many big retailers, make a big deal about their "ethical sourcing", but in practice they are making largely empty marketing claims that enable higher pricing. But, their products are still coming from the same hazardous/unethical sources as retailers spending less on "greenwashing" (hiding environmental abuses) or "bloodwashing" (hiding human rights abuses). The drop in JL's standards of service and quality of items sold has been recorded on many fronts, including by WHICH? and Watchdog. And just look at the increasingly negative reviews for their own-branded products. Why should we trust a company that has been called-out so often for openly refusing to honour their internationally marketed price matching promise in practice? I agree JL may be better than some, but they are not above criticism. Us consumers are becoming more informed, and can see/read beyond marketing-spin. We do more checks before we give companies our valuable brand loyalty and our increasingly hard earned cash.


    Human rights abuses eh. You should look up what the UK has done to various countries..

    If we as consumers avoided buying from countries that are linked to human rights abuses or unethical practices there isn't a single country on planet earth we could buy from.
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    Now I don’t need toilet paper ✋
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    itchyone19/01/2022 13:03

    Human rights abuses eh. You should look up what the UK has done to various …Human rights abuses eh. You should look up what the UK has done to various countries.. If we as consumers avoided buying from countries that are linked to human rights abuses or unethical practices there isn't a single country on planet earth we could buy from.


    Can't disagree - in fact, I couldn't agree more.

    Look-up African poor communities wiped out, disabled, facing generations of birth defects through lead + other heavy metal poisoning of land/rivers as a result of ongoing mining by Vedanta, Glencore (+ Anglo American)... All neatly legitimised and enabled by dodgy UK-based regulators + "auditors"
    Edited by: "c_1st" 19th Jan
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    Nesima18/01/2022 22:33

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    I suppose we've more or less banned fox hunting now...
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    Nesima18/01/2022 22:33

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    Do you buy from other countries that cause huge animal suffering instead?
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