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Tea Sub- Submarine shaped, silicone tea diffuser £4 @ Debenhams
Tea Sub- Submarine shaped, silicone tea diffuser £4 @ Debenhams

Tea Sub- Submarine shaped, silicone tea diffuser £4 @ Debenhams

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A unique way to brew loose leaf tea, in the shape of a Yellow Submarine.
Perfect little stocking filler for tea lovers, Beatles fans, design enthusiasts.

£4 delivered within 4 working days, so just in time!

Saw it in John Lewis for a tenner today,

Possible Quidco at 5%

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Original Poster

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Absoultely brill :o)

£3.60 with voucher DB2U ?

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Seems somewhat expensive versus using a teaspoon.

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richto

Seems somewhat expensive versus using a teaspoon.



Do you use the same argument for ground coffee as well?

mamboboy

Care to explain how a teaspoon diffuses tea-leaves? I'm intrigued!



Yes I am looking forward to this one too!

Original Poster

This is over half price, I dont really understand why this is cold..

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feeder16

Yes I am looking forward to this one too!



Oh my bad. I use a tea strainer for that - I thought this was just to stir it.

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beauzilla

This is over half price, I dont really understand why this is cold..



Maybe because a Tesco's teastrainer is 34p.....

beauzilla

This is over half price, I dont really understand why this is cold..



Because it's cheap plastic pound shop c***
It might be a good idea but it does not matter how much they say the RRP was, if it's not good value then it's not hot, looked at this in store last week and it is realy not worth more then a quid.
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