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Sauna suit from Argos less than 1/2 price was £12.00 now £2.99
Sauna suit from Argos less than 1/2 price was £12.00 now £2.99

Sauna suit from Argos less than 1/2 price was £12.00 now £2.99

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If you not bothered about loking like a tw*t (twit mods!!) then get one of these!!

Makes you sweat n all!! Nice

P.v.c. construction.

Thickness 0.1mm.

Helps to encourage perspiration during your exercises.

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Well if it was 'twit' why didn't you just type 'twit'? :-D

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deek72;7818062

Well if it was 'twit' why didn't you just type 'twit'?


Just for the mods!!!!

Home bargains have these , £1.99 IIRC

Mmmmmmm oven ready turkey. Great look!

(You couldn't pay me to wear one of those.)

The reviews aren't great, not sure that it is worth the punt.

Cheaper to wear a couple of black bin bags, more flexible than PVC.

Tom Pickering;7818234

Cheaper to wear a couple of black bin bags, more flexible than PVC.


Used to do this in the army when I boxed, t-shirt, black bin back, heavy sweat top. The sweat would pour from you

Helps to encourage perspiration during your exercises.



for people cutting weight for a fight... great tool, but for the average punter absolutely pointless, why would you want to sweat more for doing the same amount of exercise?? losing sweat is NOT losing weight btw, it will all go back on when you drink the local resevoir dry after your workout

kungfu;7818340

for people cutting weight for a fight... great tool, but for the average … for people cutting weight for a fight... great tool, but for the average punter absolutely pointless, why would you want to sweat more for doing the same amount of exercise?? losing sweat is NOT losing weight btw, it will all go back on when you drink the local resevoir dry after your workout



even if i eat ice cubes rather than drink water?

boroborn1983;7818664

even if i eat ice cubes rather than drink water?



long as you're not swilling wine from these, you'll be fine - hotukdeals.com/ite…ttl

But, water loss is just that, it will make you somewhat dehydrated and then water will be absorbed back into your body at the earliest opportunity.

However, if anyone likes to sweat, have it dripping in a plastic suit, :oops: happy for some potential body odour, go ahead and buy one, there's a discount, so guess it's a good deal?

I worked on a farm once with a hugely overweight co-worker; deciding she needed to lose weight for her bikini she used these huge clear plastic bags that were used for vegetable shipping, such as cabbages.

She stripped down, slid one over her, then we worked in the dusty fields all day long, in the blistering heat. At the end of the day she had dust everywhere, dissolved in sweat, and was red raw.

It was not a pleasant site. At least these suits preserve some decency, if you could call it that.

These suits are great for working out in, just don't expect to get out of them as easy as they were to put on. They stick like mad and rip on the first wear. Plus you have to drink like water is going out of fashion. Whether they are the £20 or £2.99 versions they all rip and do not allow for any stretching or big movements especially once you have a sweat on.

equalityforall;7818794

long as you're not swilling wine from these, you'll be fine - … long as you're not swilling wine from these, you'll be fine - http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/608072/giant-wine-glass-holds-a-full-bottlBut, water loss is just that, it will make you somewhat dehydrated and then water will be absorbed back into your body at the earliest opportunity.However, if anyone likes to sweat, have it dripping in a plastic suit, :oops: happy for some potential body odour, go ahead and buy one, there's a discount, so guess it's a good deal? I worked on a farm once with a hugely overweight co-worker; deciding she needed to lose weight for her bikini she used these huge clear plastic bags that were used for vegetable shipping, such as cabbages. She stripped down, slid one over her, then we worked in the dusty fields all day long, in the blistering heat. At the end of the day she had dust everywhere, dissolved in sweat, and was red raw.It was not a pleasant site. At least these suits preserve some decency, if you could call it that.



Did you take a photo, that sound f--king mental! :w00t:

really bad reviews

Excellent Valentines present! Hot!

These things are pointless! The object of sweat is to cool your skin temp down, and the body needs fluid inside it to survive. Why encourage more greater fluid loss and just make yourself hot and uncomfortable?

[COLOR="Red"] Home Bargines have these at 1.99 so voted COLD from me[/COLOR]
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