Thermos Thermocafe 1.0 Litre Stainless Steel Hammertone Flask £12.30 Delivered @ Amazon (£9 and Free Delivery when spending £10 or Prime)
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Thermos Thermocafe 1.0 Litre Stainless Steel Hammertone Flask £12.30 Delivered @ Amazon (£9 and Free Delivery when spending £10 or Prime)

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Found 16th Jan 2015
> Thermos stainless steel vacuum insulated flask, lightweight, virtually unbreakable stainless steel construction
> Robust hammertone design finish, with leak proof twist and pour stopper
> Insulated stainless steel cup
> Keeps hot for up to 12 hours and cold for up to 24 hours
> Height 31 cm

Customer Reviews (182)
4.6 out of 5 stars

I know it was posted before, but shows as expired!

7 Comments

mod

Thanks for posting. I’ve added the various postage options to the title. Please see this thread here for further information as to why postage costs have been included. Please feel free to contribute to the discussion.

Heat added, I always have extras in Amazon basket that I don't need immediately but will need soon, and use them to top up to the £10 free delivery. For anyone that doesn't this item is also available on Asda website for £9 + £2.95 delivery or free click & collect. Personally, I'd go for your option and add some superglue and get it delivered!!

This is a top flask for the money. Got mine from halfords about 3 years ago from a deal on here and other than a dent it is as good as new.

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MINCER

This is a top flask for the money. Got mine from halfords about 3 years … This is a top flask for the money. Got mine from halfords about 3 years ago from a deal on here and other than a dent it is as good as new.



In my own experience it is a top flask, too! I really do not understand all the cold voters, have they just been mislead by MOD's "kindly" edited Title with all that unnecessary explanatory for 'Dummies' about Amazon's Add On system ?!

mod

Raimonds

In my own experience it is a top flask, too! I really do not understand … In my own experience it is a top flask, too! I really do not understand all the cold voters, have they just been mislead by MOD's "kindly" edited Title with all that unnecessary explanatory for 'Dummies' about Amazon's Add On system ?!


As above. Please refer to this thread here

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andywedge

As above. Please refer to this thread here



So, basically, You just mock everyone here posting Add On items offered below £10 at Amazon! I do not see Your point of ruining all attraction of the deal posted! If You noticed, that users normally do state the minimum spend requirement for Free P&P. You may ask Us to state the possible Amazon's P&P £3.30 when the buyer does not meet the minimum spend. Why change the item's price?

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andywedge

As above. Please refer to this thread here



So, basically, You just mock everyone here posting Add On items offered below £10 at Amazon! I do not see Your point of ruining all attraction of the deal posted! If You noticed, that users normally do state the minimum spend requirement for Free P&P. You may ask Us to state in the Title the possible Amazon's P&P £3.30 when the buyer does not meet the minimum spend, or any other seller's delivery charge. Why change the item's price???

Then do go and hunt down even all the Tesco grocery offers below £25, BECAUSE here is the same scenario as with Amazon!!!
If You do not spend £25 on Tesco's groceries, they will add £4 to Your basket.
The minimum basket charge is a £4 charge that's added to all online orders where the basket value is under £25

Tesco Brocoli £0.49 - No, wrong according to pedantic stick to Rules - it will cost You £4.49 plus minimum of £1 standard delivery charge = £5.49

And so on...

Change the stupid rules of auto correcting item's price, but ask users to state the possible delivery charges for the one item deal is posted about! Otherwise, You are totally defeating the whole attractiveness and purpose of this site, IMO and I am sure in Many Other Users opinion!
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