Keter Corona Cool Stool - £20 - B&Q
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Keter Corona Cool Stool - £20 - B&Q

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Found 29th Jul
Keter Corona Cool Stool. B&Q instore and online. Down from £35, couldn't see it cheaper elsewhere. Image I've attached is taken from B&Q website, however, handles weren't like that on the one we bought.

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Kerry Catona?

89quidyoucantgowrong

Kerry Catona?



£20 for her? I'll pass.

last year it was reduced to £20 as well, stock flew..

Turnip12 h, 42 m ago

£20 for her? I'll pass.


Would you take her for £50?
Edited by: "DonnyBrago" 30th Jul

Sitting on the bog while I read this. A cool stool would be a novelty!

gazdoubleu

Sitting on the bog while I read this. A cool stool would be a novelty!



Reading a phone on the bog is a relatively new novelty. In my day you had to make do with a bottle of bleach or a tin of air freshener.

Made in Israel.

Was £25 the other day has it been reduced in all outlets x

Gennip

Made in Israel.



And?

sorry i voted cold by accident, i went to click on something else while the page was loading, screen jumped to the old position

Ev0lution

And?


it will have sand in it, obviously... X)

loadsavmoney

it will have sand in it, obviously... X)



Lol I appreciate the humour.

The clear nod to anti-Semitism from the other poster? Not quite so much.

Gennip17 h, 18 m ago

Made in Israel.

Good to know, likelihood of me purchasing the product has increased.

Gennip, I get it. It's nothing to do with religion (despite how others may attempt to twist it), it's the politics. These bins are made in the occupied territories, so for some that'll be unacceptable politically, with consumers free to support/boycott as they see fit.

Ev0lution

And?



Some people don't like buying from there due to what Israel are doing or have done in the past.
Edited by: "DCFC79" 31st Jul

tristans

Gennip, I get it. It's nothing to do with religion (despite how others … Gennip, I get it. It's nothing to do with religion (despite how others may attempt to twist it), it's the politics. These bins are made in the occupied territories, so for some that'll be unacceptable politically, with consumers free to support/boycott as they see fit.



I'm twisting nothing mate. I know EXACTLY where you and the other poster are coming from no matter how you try to dress it up otherwise.

I'm not an anti-Semite Jew but thanks for the groundless assumption. Getting back to the actual point, consumers are free to vote with their wallets. I vote for anything that can bring a more liberal and consolotary approach and a real chance at peace.

DCFC7920 h, 48 m ago

Some people don't like buying from there due to what Israel are doing or …Some people don't like buying from there due to what Israel are doing or have done in the past.


Resisted their own genocide?

DonnyBrago22 h, 0 m ago

Resisted their own genocide?


Yep how dare they huh, I wonder how these people who are so quick to judge Israel for their actions would feel if they lived in Israel, i can imagine they too would want their government to protect them at all costs.

Typical hypocritacal attitude, attempt boycott when they feel it suits them, to satisfy their hate - this is what happens in the end though

israelnationalnews.com/New…490

I mean, do these hate preachers/blood libelors have absolutely no self respect.
Edited by: "MoDo613" 6th Aug
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