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Mens Knitted Thinsulate Gloves 98p @ Primark!
Mens Knitted Thinsulate Gloves 98p @ Primark!

Mens Knitted Thinsulate Gloves 98p @ Primark!

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Went into primark looking for some cheap gloves (my hands were freezing!) and found some really high quality thinsulate gloves marked at just a quid! Tax discount brought it down to just 98p at the till.

They are 40 gram thinsulate gloves, if that means anything to anybody.

Just to add these are one size fits all
- andover_boy

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Thinsulate are really good gloves, good deal.

widely available in most pound shops.

nevertheless its good to see a major high street shop selling it at such a fair price

These are very good value, got a pair myself.
Only problem is my toes do not fit to well :thumbsup:

Yet another stocking filler sorted.:thumbsup: Thanks.

cheap this time of year

primark ggggrrrrr:x

Nice, I bought a pair of leather thinsulate gloves for £20 today.

Got my grey Thinsulate Insulation 40 gram gloves from my local 99p shop (for 99p before anyone asks!!) - toasty warm, would recommend

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cheers, i will grab a pair on saturday :>)

cool. might pick up a pair tomorrow.

Why Grrr at Primark??

great price cant go to far wrong for that price!!

i paid £1!!

andyr300;3650164

i paid £1!!



You were robbed.:p

as posted before, always in the cheapy shops for 99p/£1

My OH bought a pair this morning, lovely warm hands now!!

hels123smiles;3650043

Why Grrr at Primark??



c&a were miles better

seanjames;3650555

c&a were miles better



LOL !.:)

Thinsulate or not, these are the most basic gloves you could possibly buy. No lining, no covering, just basic thin wool gloves. Don't expect crazy wonderous warmth if you live in Edinburgh (like me)... I've got a pair but I'm gonna have to find a better alternative. Maybe I could try wearing 2 pairs at once though.... I'll get back to you on that

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Vintastic;3650878

Thinsulate or not, these are the most basic gloves you could possibly … Thinsulate or not, these are the most basic gloves you could possibly buy. No lining, no covering, just basic thin wool gloves. Don't expect crazy wonderous warmth if you live in Edinburgh (like me)... I've got a pair but I'm gonna have to find a better alternative. Maybe I could try wearing 2 pairs at once though.... I'll get back to you on that



Nope, mine are really thick and seem to have several layers.

I don't think you can get thin wool ones with the thinsulate brand on them.

hi im interested as a stocking filler for my bf, are these thinsulate gloves you speak of also appropriate for driving/ have grip? thanks guys!:santa:

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ribbonbow;3651100

hi im interested as a stocking filler for my bf, are these thinsulate … hi im interested as a stocking filler for my bf, are these thinsulate gloves you speak of also appropriate for driving/ have grip? thanks guys!:santa:



There's no rubber grip on the gloves so unless your steering wheel has some sort of non-plastic grip it'd be next to impossible.

Oh i see thanks for your help!

Vintastic;3650878

Thinsulate or not, these are the most basic gloves you could possibly … Thinsulate or not, these are the most basic gloves you could possibly buy. No lining, no covering, just basic thin wool gloves. Don't expect crazy wonderous warmth if you live in Edinburgh (like me)... I've got a pair but I'm gonna have to find a better alternative. Maybe I could try wearing 2 pairs at once though.... I'll get back to you on that



Buy a pair of Sealskinz, i got a pair last year for when i'm walking the dog and there very good.
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themoose;3650938

Nope, mine are really thick and seem to have several layers. I don't … Nope, mine are really thick and seem to have several layers. I don't think you can get thin wool ones with the thinsulate brand on them.



I currently have on my desk a pair of thin wool gloves which say 'Thinsulate Insulation 40gram', so you can certainly get them. But if these primark ones are thick multi-layer thingies then that's a bargain! Unfortunately to get to Primark I'd have to take the train to Glasgow :-(

nice find, i shall pop in tomorrow!

I prefer the thin wool ones, the thick gloves are a pain to put on, and simple stuff like using your mobile etc can become a chore. Plus I have a habit of losing gloves, so the cheaper the better.

they are top notch make! voted hot and hopefully i manage to get a pair!

nice 1
thank u

If it's anything like the last time I went to Primark they'll all be L or XL with no S or M!

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Abvance;3652101

If it's anything like the last time I went to Primark they'll all be L or … If it's anything like the last time I went to Primark they'll all be L or XL with no S or M!



They are one-size-fits-all mens gloves. So not for women & children, and should fit most hands.

last time i went into primark i got a pair of grey ear muffs as well £2 great for working outdoors to keep the ears toasty

I bought 2 for 1.50 of the other material

seanjames;3650555

c&a were miles better


:giggle:

seanjames;3650555

c&a were miles better



Get yourself to Germany they still have C&A. You'd have to buy a load of stuff to make up for the plane cost though :thinking:

I can vouch for Thinsulate fron personal experience. I was living in Delaware, USA through the winter of 2003/04 and the temperature never rose above 12F (that's about -11C I think) for over 5 weeks. Even the sea froze!

I had a pair of Thinsulate gloves and my hands were never cold although my poor old nose was like Rudolph's from the cold!

they do thinsulate hats as well for a quid, they are pretty good aswell- got a special insulating layer like the north face ones which cost like £12...

Good value, well done

literally heat added :-)

none in manchester, I saw thin ones for 1.50
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