KILNER 5-litre Drinks Dispenser now £10.49 with Free C&C @ Currys
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KILNER 5-litre Drinks Dispenser now £10.49 with Free C&C @ Currys

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Found 24th May
Fantastic price for this KILNER 5-litre Drinks Dispenser now £10.49 at Currys (currently £20 at John Lewis)

Great for bbqs, garden parties or girly nights in if you fill it with cocktails

This vintage inspired Drinks Dispenser features familiar Kilner branding and utilises the classic cliptop and rubber seal design to keep contents fresh.

Holding a generous 5 litres, this Drinks Dispenser has a wide neck opening for easily filling with ice, fruit and beverages – ideal for cocktails or soft drinks.

Let your guests help themselves with the stylish Kilner Drinks Dispenser.


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You can Click and Collect at your local Currys store for free - home delivery isn't available right now.

16 Comments

Heated, just for the fact that this is Currys

5 pounds in Wilko. It's not their offer but normal price x

very nice I paid 15 for it 2 years ago

maj2509

5 pounds in Wilko. It's not their offer but normal price x



​That one isn't a 'kilner' one. People like that design... £5 isn't bad for a generic drinks dispenser though, and it's 2l bigger.

Great deal, have bought 2!

Great for sipping lean

Glass . Danger of breaking and hurting near children. Plastic ones similar to this cost only £ 1 in Poundland.

lush lemonade.


sam_of_london

Glass . Danger of breaking and hurting near children. Plastic ones … Glass . Danger of breaking and hurting near children. Plastic ones similar to this cost only £ 1 in Poundland.



Oh gosh, I cant let my children near glass in case it breaks!
Or you could watch your children, inform them of the dangers of being around breakable stuff.
I don't let my children play in the park/woods/road or at all just in case they step in something or fall over. in fact I haven't let them out of the house since 1982!

For those of us that will fill it with Gin/vodka/whisky or those of us that know how to teach children the dangers of knocking a glass jar over, its a cracking deal. Have some heat, providing its in no danger of burning the kids....

sam_of_london

Glass . Danger of breaking and hurting near children. Plastic ones … Glass . Danger of breaking and hurting near children. Plastic ones similar to this cost only £ 1 in Poundland.




No thanks- I don't want a plastic tat one from Poundland

But it costs only one quid and much lighter and safer

sirmaggie

Oh gosh, I cant let my children near glass in case it breaks!Or you could … Oh gosh, I cant let my children near glass in case it breaks!Or you could watch your children, inform them of the dangers of being around breakable stuff.I don't let my children play in the park/woods/road or at all just in case they step in something or fall over. in fact I haven't let them out of the house since 1982!For those of us that will fill it with Gin/vodka/whisky or those of us that know how to teach children the dangers of knocking a glass jar over, its a cracking deal. Have some heat, providing its in no danger of burning the kids....


I can't let my kids near oxygen because it causes oxidation, and you need anti-oxidants in your food to make them safe.
I also can't let them near sunlight because sunlight causes cancer and I don't want them to get cancer.
Stranger danger - I can't let my kids see strangers because they're filled with danger.

So I keep them in a specially created cellar and only feed them bacon flavoured crisps.

Oh noes! I'm Jospeph Frazzles and I didn't even know it! I've become more of a monster than the monsters I'm trying to protect them from.

PLZ GET MSG, CRTN PSTRZ, PLZ

ssc1

lush lemonade.


What's your recipe, sugar?

Duelling.Duck

What's your recipe, sugar?


pretty much yeah

ssc1

pretty much yeah


Try gin.

Oos
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