TM Lewin 4 Shirts for £90! Includes John Francomb shirts! + 10% off code and possible 10% Quidco!
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TM Lewin 4 Shirts for £90! Includes John Francomb shirts! + 10% off code and possible 10% Quidco!

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Found 23rd Apr 2012
Men's TM Lewin Shirts 4 for £90.
Included are shirts or Ties, and also some John Francomb collection.
Use code TMLNJU to get 10% off taking 4 shirts down to £81
Plus 10% Quidco available

31 Comments

Supermod

Thank you for posting, delasandro.

which ones are the shirts with ties as i xcan only see ties and shirts

Great shirts, I have a few of them.

Original Poster

thedoncambridge

which ones are the shirts with ties as i xcan only see ties and shirts


Oh, ive just realised i read it wrong. I thought it meant shirt and ties together 4 for £90 rather than shirts OR ties 4 for £90.
Will change the post

Might be worth checking instore. Walked past one today and it was 5 for £100 on all shirts.

TMLNJU code seems to deduct another 10%

After buying these a few weeks ago, I would definitely recommend Saville Row shirts instead. These crease so easily and take an age to iron. When I get out of the car after a 15 minute journey, I look like I've slept in the shirts.

They look nice and feel nice, but the creasing is just too annoying.

Is John Francomb meant to be good?

Heat added! Great deal but its 5 for £100 in-store.

Got 5 for £100 in store at Westfield last weekend, which was also ANY 5 for £100... so cold from me I am afraid.

quidco on any tm lewin too

The last deal on here was 5 shirts for £80, inclusive of a £20 discount voucher

merb0786

Is John Francomb meant to be good?



They are the more "funky" range usually in bright colours with Harry Hill/Doctor Christian sized collars. I've got a few - can't fault them other than they don't come with cuff link holes.

Lamptonpie --> "Non-iron". It's a godsend!! :-)

pennyp1ncher, the last deal didn't include their non-iron shirts though, they were 3 for £90 at that time (non-iron shirts are more expensive)

So 4 of their non-iron shirts for £80 is cheaper than they were before.

pinkpeppa123

They are the more "funky" range usually in bright colours with Harry … They are the more "funky" range usually in bright colours with Harry Hill/Doctor Christian sized collars. I've got a few - can't fault them other than they don't come with cuff link holes.



Francombe do double cuff as well. John Francombe are Lewin's most tailored (fitted) shirts, they're also a better quality cloth than the standard shirts. They're usually excluded from the cheap multi-buy offers making this hot.

They're a more modern cut but there are plenty of classic fabrics including a number of whites. Definitely the best value fully fitted shirts I have found.
Edited by: "AddictWeb" 11th May 2012

luckyluke699

pennyp1ncher, the last deal didn't include their non-iron shirts though, … pennyp1ncher, the last deal didn't include their non-iron shirts though, they were 3 for £90 at that time (non-iron shirts are more expensive)So 4 of their non-iron shirts for £80 is cheaper than they were before.



It's 4 for £90 I think

lamptonpie

After buying these a few weeks ago, I would definitely recommend Saville … After buying these a few weeks ago, I would definitely recommend Saville Row shirts instead. These crease so easily and take an age to iron. When I get out of the car after a 15 minute journey, I look like I've slept in the shirts.They look nice and feel nice, but the creasing is just too annoying.



Have to agree, had some Saville Row shirts bought for me recently, really good fit and nice material. Quidco too;). TMLewin shirts always come up huge on me, a couple of collegues at work agree as well and find they don't fit that well and are very `loose'.

Are these shirts better than for 5 for £80 shirts offered previously from Lewin?

OP add the code to the deal. Brings it down to £81 for 4 shirts

TMLNJU

I have to say I prefer the shirts from Charles Trywhitt over these.
The Lewins shirts are a nightmare to iron and crease very easily (even the non-iron range arent fantastic).

The Trywhitt shirts are much better to iron, and their non iron range is even better. Plus you get metal collar stiffeners with every shirt, rather than the flimsy plastic ones from Lewin.

AddictWeb

Francombe do double cuff as well. John Francombe are Lewin's most … Francombe do double cuff as well. John Francombe are Lewin's most tailored (fitted) shirts, they're also a better quality cloth than the standard shirts. They're usually excluded from the cheap multi-buy offers making this hot. They're a more modern cut but there are plenty of classic fabrics including a number of whites. Definitely the best value fully fitted shirts I have found.



Thanks for that, never seen a double cuff version but mine tend to come from the Cheshire Oaks outlet so you don't get the full range. I have always been pleased with the more fitted cut which takes the excess material from under the arms and around the waist. They wash very well but as others have pointed out can be a bit of challenge on the ironing front however nowhere near in the same league of ironing difficulty as my Lewin dress shirt - It's a good job you only see the front!

When the last deal was posted a little while ago I ordered 5 normal shirts for £80 (incl 20% disc code) and at the same time ordered 3 John Francombe shirts for £72 (again using the 20% code). My OH tried both styles on and the John Francombe were a better fit. Also the fabric was so much better than his usual M&S shirts.
I have done another order this time - IMO this is better because you can get 4 John Francombe shirts for £81, which work out at just over £20 each. The last deal they were £24 each.

Recently bought 4 of their £20 slim fit shirts using the 10% code posted above and TCB. They fit really well and are very good quality.

M&S 3 pack for £27!

I have bought John Francomb shirts! 5 Shirts for 100£ in store..

lamptonpie

After buying these a few weeks ago, I would definitely recommend Saville … After buying these a few weeks ago, I would definitely recommend Saville Row shirts instead. These crease so easily and take an age to iron. When I get out of the car after a 15 minute journey, I look like I've slept in the shirts.They look nice and feel nice, but the creasing is just too annoying.



Savile Row have a better range of colours, but they have one shirt that I can see at size 14.5 inch collar, which is pretty poor choice in the size department.

10% cashback too quidco!

Sorry but non-iron is a lie. They never look smart like a pressed shirt does. I would not walk into work without having ironed a non-iron shirt.

ijw0161

M&S 3 pack for £27!



i got a shock at this price when i was last looking for shirts.... i remember when you could get a decent m&s 3 shirt pack for a tenner . def in the last 5 years... still got the shirts.

Might be tempted by non iron in this offer. like others ive been bitten by the nightmare creasing standard shirts.

Quidco cash back upped to 13% until 27th May. Brings it down to 4 for £70.47. Good for 4 non-irons at this price.
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