Le Creuset WA145 Wine Cube £5 @ Le Creuset + £4.95 delivery = £9.95
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Le Creuset WA145 Wine Cube £5 @ Le Creuset + £4.95 delivery = £9.95

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Found 21st Apr 2015
These retail at £25, so even with the delivery charge this is a bargain!

Free delivery if you spend over £50 (easily done at Le Creuset!), or unless you have a code or something...

Available in Black, Cerise, Volcanic, Teal and Silver Croc

Product Description

Le Creuset's innovative and modern design is the perfect way to store wine that needs to be laid down. The compact Wine Cube is a new design from Le Creuset that holds up to six bottles in a pyramidal arrangement and can be folded away when not in use, ideal for urban living, bring a splash of colour to your kitchen work top.

Holds up to 6 bottles in a pyramidal arrangement
Simply unfold the rack, rest three bottles at the bottom, then two on top of those, then one more on the top
Easy to clean and store
Magnetic closure
Tactile finish
5 year guarantee
Product code : 590690109

51 Comments

Thanks hottest ever
Now to find space on my worktop

wow never seen 6 bottles as if this was our home we may have '1'.............left. :-%

... It's a while since I did geometry, but...

OOS

Oos!

Other colours are still in stock

All came back in stock - strange goings on...

Original Poster

texaspetey

Oos!


No - loads left! Try a different browser..

Original Poster

Mr Mac

wow never seen 6 bottles as if this was our home we may have … wow never seen 6 bottles as if this was our home we may have '1'.............left. :-%


You could just use the cube to put your bottle on!!

Thanks, that's Christmas presents sorted. I bumped it up to free postage with some clearance items:

Wine Cube Black £5.00 6 £30.00
Double Oven Glove Nutmeg £10.00 1 £10.00
Silicone Professional Jar Scraper with nylon handle, black Black £7.00 1 £7.00
Silicone Professional Small Spatula with nylon handle, black Black £7.00 1 £7.00

You have to hand it to Le Creuset, they make probably the best cast iron cookware you can buy.

Then they put there name on some "naff junk" from the pound shop, and get mugs to buy it at silly prices.

Vive la France.:)

Original Poster

Soukmadik

You have to hand it to Le Creuset, they make probably the best cast iron … You have to hand it to Le Creuset, they make probably the best cast iron cookware you can buy. Then they put there name on some "naff junk" from the pound shop, and get mugs to buy it at silly prices. Vive la France.:)


At least they can spell correctly

Chula

At least they can spell correctly



Could you clarify my spelling error,????? oO
Edited by: "Soukmadik" 21st Apr 2015

Thair, thair................

Original Poster

Soukmadik

Could you clarify my spelling error,????? oO:p


..... should be "their" name
sorry - am teacher and it's a pet hate..:)

Soukmadik

Could you clarify my spelling error,????? oO:p



Oh dear, and all that money we spend on education!

Original Poster

Crawley_Electronics

My pet hate is people who treat this forum as an English class perhaps … My pet hate is people who treat this forum as an English class perhaps you could go and mark some papers to put your skills to good use......


my other pet hate is people that get angry on this forum...

Chula

..... should be "their" namesorry - am teacher and it's a pet hate..:)



Firstly, as a teacher you would know that was a grammatical error not a spelling error. Secondly, as a teacher who pulls complete strangers on their English, you would have been sure to write "am --->a<---- teacher" not "am teacher".

That's my pet hate on here, people who's pet hate is things others do that they try to correct just to feel superior and end up looking a dick.

Original Poster

ooo

Chula

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Not so literate now teacher
Edited by: "Lakeside" 21st Apr 2015

Teacher has disappeared oh no! I was enjoying being back at school that's the only reason I come on here...

My cheeeldren need wine!!

Bear in mind that it's £10.94 on Amazon, so it's not really a £25 product.

£17 on amazon at the mo ?

Love it! Heat added

Awesome bought 3

pedd

... It's a while since I did geometry, but...

..definitely not a cube.

Lakeside

Firstly, as a teacher you would know that was a grammatical error not a … Firstly, as a teacher you would know that was a grammatical error not a spelling error. Secondly, as a teacher who pulls complete strangers on their English, you would have been sure to write "am --->a<---- teacher" not "am teacher". That's my pet hate on here, people who's pet hate is things others do that they try to correct just to feel superior and end up looking a dick.



To all extents and purposes, that is a spelling error. The word you intended is misspelt.

Lakeside

That's my pet hate on here, people who's pet hate is things others do … That's my pet hate on here, people who's pet hate is things others do that they try to correct just to feel superior and end up looking a dick.



Lakeside

Not so literate now teacher



Oh the irony!

Hells bells!
I though this was six bottles of wine for £9.95, not just some naff bottle holder!
I almost choked on my ginger beer!
Who's got only six bottles of wine, don't drink it myself, but even I have more than six or who wants to get six bottles ready for drinking? Some party.
And you need to open the reds and put the whites in the fridge so not much use anyway.
Edited by: "jasee" 22nd Apr 2015

Sod it, just to wade in on the sad debate... should it not have also been "I am a teacher"? Rather than "am teacher" (I'm a simple boy so go easy)

seems like a good deal but just can't see the point of this item?

Great for giving as presents to people whom you never know what to get.

AntJSB

Sod it, just to wade in on the sad debate... should it not have also been … Sod it, just to wade in on the sad debate... should it not have also been "I am a teacher"? Rather than "am teacher" (I'm a simple boy so go easy)


try reading the comments first

buttondup

To all extents and purposes, that is a spelling error. The word you … To all extents and purposes, that is a spelling error. The word you intended is misspelt.


not a spelling error, they are basically different words
is writing 'in' instead of 'to' a spelling error? only 2 letters different

Edited by: "brilly" 22nd Apr 2015

Lakeside

Firstly, as a teacher you would know that was a grammatical error not a … Firstly, as a teacher you would know that was a grammatical error not a spelling error. Secondly, as a teacher who pulls complete strangers on their English, you would have been sure to write "am --->a<---- teacher" not "am teacher". That's my pet hate on here, people who's pet hate is things others do that they try to correct just to feel superior and end up looking a dick.


https://40.media.tumblr.com/28643c5ccbaad05af7e43744de0ffb0b/tumblr_inline_nmomtoK4il1s9mb2r_540.jpg

Lakeside

Firstly, as a teacher you would know that was a grammatical error not a … Firstly, as a teacher you would know that was a grammatical error not a spelling error. Secondly, as a teacher who pulls complete strangers on their English, you would have been sure to write "am --->a<---- teacher" not "am teacher". That's my pet hate on here, people who's pet hate is things others do that they try to correct just to feel superior and end up looking a dick.



Me fail English? That's unpossible.

buttondup

To all extents and purposes, that is a spelling error. The word you … To all extents and purposes, that is a spelling error. The word you intended is misspelt.




This is about poor spelling not making up your own sayings........................................


And so it goes.....on and on and on....get over it

Buy it's naff..... spelling error or play on words

Stop all being horrible to each other. I never knew people could get so heated about minor spelling errors on a thread about a wine rack.

iwearahalo2

This is about poor spelling not making up your own … This is about poor spelling not making up your own sayings........................................


Surely that was their intent?
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