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MERAKI Amazon Brand - MERAKI Men's Hoodie Sweatshirt, £6.90 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)
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MERAKI Amazon Brand - MERAKI Men's Hoodie Sweatshirt, £6.90 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)

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Posted 2nd MayEdited by:"Tacavas"

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  • 3454548-XpKDq.jpgKangaroo pouch
  • Drawstring hood
  • 100% Cotton
  • Machine Wash - Cold (30° max)
  • Collar Style: Crew Neck
  • Regular Fit
  • Long Sleeve
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jasee02/05/2020 08:25

Not exacly stylish are they?


The dog isn’t as judgemental as the mates I’ll never see again
MildmanneredCalvin02/05/2020 07:42

How do they come up with these product range names?


In this case they seem to have ripped off a Cisco networking product
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How do they come up with these product range names?
Ok so today we are gonna be flooded with amazon brand footwear and clothing
mjl198202/05/2020 07:43

Ok so today we are gonna be flooded with amazon brand footwear and …Ok so today we are gonna be flooded with amazon brand footwear and clothing


How so?
mjl198202/05/2020 07:43

Ok so today we are gonna be flooded with amazon brand footwear and …Ok so today we are gonna be flooded with amazon brand footwear and clothing


Sadly it looks that way. All tat imo. I was just chuckling to myself when I came across a pair of Amazon brand denim shorts for £6...... With brand new rips in them to try and make them look extra "cool".

The added irony is it's so cheap and nasty that after 1 or 2 wears, rips will form in them regardless, they don't need the rips added during manufacture.
mjl198202/05/2020 07:43

Ok so today we are gonna be flooded with amazon brand footwear and …Ok so today we are gonna be flooded with amazon brand footwear and clothing


If you search “find “ on Amazon you’ll find lots of their own brand clothing reduced . Find is the name on the clothing
Bought 3
Not exacly stylish are they?
Grabbed 2 for around the house .
Reviews say very small fitting , so go a size bigger .
Alistair_Shand02/05/2020 07:56

If you search “find “ on Amazon you’ll find lots of their own brand cloth …If you search “find “ on Amazon you’ll find lots of their own brand clothing reduced . Find is the name on the clothing



Thanks: Find Even more tat!
mjl198202/05/2020 07:43

Ok so today we are gonna be flooded with amazon brand footwear and …Ok so today we are gonna be flooded with amazon brand footwear and clothing


Wait someone might do a mega thread
Sparkz2k1602/05/2020 07:48

Sadly it looks that way. All tat imo. I was just chuckling to myself when …Sadly it looks that way. All tat imo. I was just chuckling to myself when I came across a pair of Amazon brand denim shorts for £6...... With brand new rips in them to try and make them look extra "cool". The added irony is it's so cheap and nasty that after 1 or 2 wears, rips will form in them regardless, they don't need the rips added during manufacture.


Only if you have got fat thighs
Heat nothing to complain about for that price! Cheap!
Have previously used Prime Wardrobe and it seemed pretty straight forward. Selected two different sizes of the same product. Wasn’t charged anything and had seven days after taking delivery to either keep one or both items (returning what wasn’t wanted) and only being charged for what I kept. Ended up returning both items (free return) and no money was taken. All went smoothly and it was a pleasant experience.

Have tried to do the same thing on a couple of occasions since and keep getting sent round and round in circles. I added one of these hoodies via Prime Wardrobe but each time I tried adding the second one it just went into my regular basket and not Prime Wardrobe. After trying numerous times I then got a message stating that the one item in my Prime Wardrobe had been moved to ‘saved items’. I thought great, it has now sold out! But no, it is still available.

In the end just ordered two different sizes without using Prime Wardrobe. Annoying that they must be coming from different fulfilment centres as they will be arriving on two separate days.

Anyone else had problems trying to add two sizes of the same product to your Prime Wardrobe basket?

Thanks OP.
jasee02/05/2020 08:25

Not exacly stylish are they?


The dog isn’t as judgemental as the mates I’ll never see again
Heat... primark price but better quality
Nice one - no rush option is good for these as not essential.

I kinda feel bad, these Amazon own brands so cheap & made in China.. Does anyone have any background on how they’re made? Working conditions etc? Thanks
cheekster02/05/2020 09:05

Have previously used Prime Wardrobe and it seemed pretty straight forward. …Have previously used Prime Wardrobe and it seemed pretty straight forward. Selected two different sizes of the same product. Wasn’t charged anything and had seven days after taking delivery to either keep one or both items (returning what wasn’t wanted) and only being charged for what I kept. Ended up returning both items (free return) and no money was taken. All went smoothly and it was a pleasant experience.Have tried to do the same thing on a couple of occasions since and keep getting sent round and round in circles. I added one of these hoodies via Prime Wardrobe but each time I tried adding the second one it just went into my regular basket and not Prime Wardrobe. After trying numerous times I then got a message stating that the one item in my Prime Wardrobe had been moved to ‘saved items’. I thought great, it has now sold out! But no, it is still available.In the end just ordered two different sizes without using Prime Wardrobe. Annoying that they must be coming from different fulfilment centres as they will be arriving on two separate days.Anyone else had problems trying to add two sizes of the same product to your Prime Wardrobe basket?Thanks OP.


Thanks for your feedback. I've never used that clothing service of theirs to comment. I'd prefer it if they did it for reputable manufacturers in menswear, say, Carhartt.
Libre1102/05/2020 09:18

Nice one - no rush option is good for these as not essential.I kinda feel …Nice one - no rush option is good for these as not essential.I kinda feel bad, these Amazon own brands so cheap & made in China.. Does anyone have any background on how they’re made? Working conditions etc? Thanks


It's gonna be sweatshop stuff for sure. No doubt about it with anything sold ultra cheap already without a sale price. The truth is as consumers we never really know where and how stuff is made, at least from an ethical standpoint.
MildmanneredCalvin02/05/2020 09:26

It's gonna be sweatshop stuff for sure. No doubt about it with anything …It's gonna be sweatshop stuff for sure. No doubt about it with anything sold ultra cheap already without a sale price. The truth is as consumers we never really know where and how stuff is made, at least from an ethical standpoint.


Yeah I guess. It’s sad really.
MildmanneredCalvin02/05/2020 09:23

Thanks for your feedback. I've never used that clothing service of theirs … Thanks for your feedback. I've never used that clothing service of theirs to comment. I'd prefer it if they did it for reputable manufacturers in menswear, say, Carhartt.


Thousands of items of branded clothing (and footwear, I think?) are available via Prime Wardrobe not just Amazon’s own clothing lines. Provided you are a Prime member, on any clothing/footwear product page, if it is available via Prime Wardrobe you’ll see two options in the top right-hand corner of your browser. First will be Prime Wardrobe (try for 7 days before you buy) and then below that ‘buy now’ which is the regular option to purchase and be charged for the item at the time your order is placed.
MildmanneredCalvin02/05/2020 07:42

How do they come up with these product range names?


In this case they seem to have ripped off a Cisco networking product
These come up short
MildmanneredCalvin02/05/2020 09:26

It's gonna be sweatshop stuff for sure. No doubt about it with anything …It's gonna be sweatshop stuff for sure. No doubt about it with anything sold ultra cheap already without a sale price. The truth is as consumers we never really know where and how stuff is made, at least from an ethical standpoint.


Personally, unless you are very rich, you're going to have to forget that now and grab such opportunities they still exist which won't be for long with the more exploitative members here
They also have the oversized hoodies for £1.50 more

amazon.co.uk/fin…CTB/
Thanks OP - just bought one and also thanks to yus786 as I bought an oversized one as well (because they had it in the size and colour I wanted). People often spend a fortune on garments that are plastered with the name of the company they buy them from - free advertising on expensive clothes. No-one advertises my business for free! These are great because they're plain. Heat added.
best hoodies I've had over last few years are the GILDAN Heavy Blend on Amazon, mine haven't shrunk or really lost colour , cheap as chips (relatively speaking) but high quality, stopped buying expensive branded ones as these have lasted longer (used for sport, walking the dog, not fashion)
justabout7202/05/2020 08:43

Wait someone might do a mega thread


Actually, I like doing them (if that was aimed at me) and it's my style of posting anyway. Though snide comments make me wonder why I bother..!
sadbuttruee02/05/2020 17:16

best hoodies I've had over last few years are the GILDAN Heavy Blend on …best hoodies I've had over last few years are the GILDAN Heavy Blend on Amazon, mine haven't shrunk or really lost colour , cheap as chips (relatively speaking) but high quality, stopped buying expensive branded ones as these have lasted longer (used for sport, walking the dog, not fashion)


Gildan SoftStyle tees are good (and the Heavy Cotton option), I buy the v-necks for boyf when ebay sellers have them cheap.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 2nd May
I’m usually a Medium for tops but ordered both Medium and Large just in case. Medium arrived yesterday and was a snug fit but the opening to get your head through whilst it goes on easy enough, taking it off is another matter. Thought to myself just as well I also ordered a size up. Well, that arrived today and whilst it isn’t a snug fit it’s still not particularly roomy. I have a Gap hoodie in Medium which is far looser than this one. Also, the opening to get your head through is just as problematic on the Large as it is on the Medium. Goes on fine but taking it off is far more difficult.

I’d say I have an average sized head so I can see this being an issue for others as well unless people remove it differently to myself (arms crossed and pull upwards from the bottom of the waist)? The quality seems fine, in fact decent, considering how cheap this is.

Will probably be sending both back though. Doesn’t matter how cheap an item of clothing is, if it is going to annoy me enough for me not to wear it often (planned to use it as a warm up top before exercise) then what’s the point?

Something to bear in mind before ordering. Would be interested to hear from others who have also purchased this exact hoodie?
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