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Mens UGG trainers £45.00 @ Kurt Geiger Discount PLUS free delivery
Mens UGG trainers £45.00 @ Kurt Geiger Discount PLUS free delivery

Mens UGG trainers £45.00 @ Kurt Geiger Discount PLUS free delivery

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UGG mens trainers with free delivery and £20.00 discount for first online order.

The £20.00 discount has already been posted but this specific deal is really good - usually they charge £3.99 for standard UK delivery, but this is free on all UGG products.

These work out at £45.00 delivered, rather than £110.

Sizes 8, 9, and 10 available currently.

The £20.00 discount code is 'KGWELCOME10'

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Original Poster

Why cold??!

adamgillett

Why cold??!



It's not because of the price I can assure you. there's way too many numpties here that will vote cold just because they are ugg's, or because its not a £2 memory stick that you need to travel 50 miles to get from the only Tesco in the UK, or because its not a Spend 3 million quid in Morrisons to get £1.50 back. I voted hot because its a hot deal.

Maybe because the Kurt Geiger deal was posted the other day and this is basically duplicating that deal. I ordered the ugg trainers based upon the 1st deal and they arrived today!! Very nice deal..

581d

It's not because of the price I can assure you. there's way too many … It's not because of the price I can assure you. there's way too many numpties here that will vote cold just because they are ugg's, or because its not a £2 memory stick that you need to travel 50 miles to get from the only Tesco in the UK, or because its not a Spend 3 million quid in Morrisons to get £1.50 back. I voted hot because its a hot deal.



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Original Poster

That's what I thought - I know this relates to a previous post but does represent an additional saving and saves people the trouble of trawling the site as I did for a good deal!

Agree with your rant!!

581d

It's not because of the price I can assure you. there's way too many … It's not because of the price I can assure you. there's way too many numpties here that will vote cold just because they are ugg's, or because its not a £2 memory stick that you need to travel 50 miles to get from the only Tesco in the UK, or because its not a Spend 3 million quid in Morrisons to get £1.50 back. I voted hot because its a hot deal.

very good !!! heat !!! shame ive got boat feet ....dammn no size 11

andileeds

very good !!! heat !!! shame ive got boat feet ....dammn no size 11



Try putting them in a grinder:p Look on the bright side, if you going on a skiing hol you won,t have to hire anyh skis;)

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andileeds

very good !!! heat !!! shame ive got boat feet ....dammn no size 11



Ha I sneaked in with a 9! Maybe check back again as the stock level does change - strangely even on sale items..

Without sounding like a troll, why are these rrp £110, they just look like a pair of low-top converse or other generic brand plimsole type shoes. Is it you're paying for the brand or these have a high level of quality worth paying for? Genuinely asking, not voted either way.

peteh123

Without sounding like a troll, why are these rrp £110, they just look … Without sounding like a troll, why are these rrp £110, they just look like a pair of low-top converse or other generic brand plimsole type shoes. Is it you're paying for the brand or these have a high level of quality worth paying for? Genuinely asking, not voted either way.



Your paying for the brand and I assume and like genuine UGG boots which I have bought my mrs a couple of time (approx 200quid each time) the heel/sole goes after a few weeks wear.

I cant be certain but I would rather buy a pair of converse or deisel low tops. the diesel ones last a bit of time. usually purchased from usc for 45. Way overpriced on official diesel store. Amazon always do deals on converse. I have had 5 pair in 2010 and never paid over 22.50 any of the times

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peteh123

Without sounding like a troll, why are these rrp £110, they just look … Without sounding like a troll, why are these rrp £110, they just look like a pair of low-top converse or other generic brand plimsole type shoes. Is it you're paying for the brand or these have a high level of quality worth paying for? Genuinely asking, not voted either way.



If you have a look at the 'more info' section on the website, there is some useful info which in my view goes some way to justifying the cost.

In terms of voting, it is my understanding that you don't vote on whether you like the product or even whether you think it is value for money. I imagine if you could find them cheaper then you would vote cold, if not then vote hot. Even at £110 people were buying them, so £45 delivered in my opinion has to be a good deal.

adamgillett

If you have a look at the 'more info' section on the website, there is … If you have a look at the 'more info' section on the website, there is some useful info which in my view goes some way to justifying the cost.In terms of voting, it is my understanding that you don't vote on whether you like the product or even whether you think it is value for money. I imagine if you could find them cheaper then you would vote cold, if not then vote hot. Even at £110 people were buying them, so £45 delivered in my opinion has to be a good deal.



So how do you vote in this instance:

Im looking to buy diesel jeans which i usually pay around £120 for. Anyway these ones Timmen 8U9 are £130 in official diesel store but no stock. ASOS have them on sale for 85 but no sizes. Kays, Littlewoods, Great Universal etc have them in stock for £160. What if Littlewoods dropped the price to £130 or £140 is it then a good deal?

Because they are way over priced from Littlewoods in the first place.

Just because there is money off a product dosnt automatically make it a good deal. it does make it a deal but not a definite good one. Further more dosnt mean everyone should hit the heat button.

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mcguire85

So how do you vote in this instance:Im looking to buy diesel jeans which … So how do you vote in this instance:Im looking to buy diesel jeans which i usually pay around £120 for. Anyway these ones Timmen 8U9 are £130 in official diesel store but no stock. ASOS have them on sale for 85 but no sizes. Kays, Littlewoods, Great Universal etc have them in stock for £160. What if Littlewoods dropped the price to £130 or £140 is it then a good deal?Because they are way over priced from Littlewoods in the first place.Just because there is money off a product dosnt automatically make it a good deal. it does make it a deal but not a definite good one. Further more dosnt mean everyone should hit the heat button.



In this instance the item is being sold at the RRP but dressed up as a sale price, as you state it was overpriced in the first place.

In my UGG post, the RRP is £110 so undoubtedly there is a saving here. If the RRP was £45 but Kurt Geiger had simply been selling at a level above this and then dropped to £45 in the 'sale' I would suggest voting cold.

Agreed that 'money off' doesn't necessarily make a good deal, but in this instance the price reduction and free delivery = a hot deal in my view.

I think the voting system is always a bit of a grey area. As someone pointed out in the Skoda Fabia thread, a moderator in this feedback thread:-

Can we please have the rules/guidelines on Voting made more clear??

states in Post #56

juliet_bravo

If members feel an apple product, for example, is comparable with another … If members feel an apple product, for example, is comparable with another item and they do not think the apple represents good value, then of course they should state that within the thread. However we cannot be too strict with regards to forcing members to justify their votes. It will be detrimental to how the site works and the organic nature in which "hot" deals are voted as such.



So with this thread if you felt that this item does not represent good value as it is comparable to another item, as 'maguire85' beleives these uggs are directly comparable to "a pair of converse or diesel low tops", then as long as he posts why he thinks this deal does not represent good value for money he is entitled to vote cold. In this case, I agree with maguire85 as I did read the 'more info' page and there seems to be little if anything that seperates these from some converse or diesel low-tops so for that reason I think this item is comparable to another cheaper item, and therefore this deal doesn't represent good value. So I'm out!

Original Poster

peteh123

I think the voting system is always a bit of a grey area. As someone … I think the voting system is always a bit of a grey area. As someone pointed out in the Skoda Fabia thread, a moderator in this feedback thread:- Can we please have the rules/guidelines on Voting made more clear?? ....and that's one of the wonderful things about living in a democratic society - freedom of choice.They really aren't comparable to Converse or Diesel products, but it's all subjective so enjoy your choice.I do take the points you raised though.states in Post #56 So with this thread if you felt that this item does not represent good value as it is comparable to another item, as 'maguire85' beleives these uggs are directly comparable to "a pair of converse or diesel low tops", then as long as he posts why he thinks this deal does not represent good value for money he is entitled to vote cold. In this case, I agree with maguire85 as I did read the 'more info' page and there seems to be little if anything that seperates these from some converse or diesel low-tops so for that reason I think this item is comparable to another cheaper item, and therefore this deal doesn't represent good value. So I'm out!

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