Wedgwood Vera Wang travel mugs - reduced from £18 to £9 Selfridges and House of Fraser
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Wedgwood Vera Wang travel mugs - reduced from £18 to £9 Selfridges and House of Fraser

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Found 10th Dec 2016Made hot 10th Dec 2016
Both Selfridges and House of Fraser have their Vera Wang for Wedgwood travel mugs reduced to half price. Click and Collect available

Selfridges link

selfridges.com/GB/…h=Y

House of Fraser link

houseoffraser.co.uk/on/…mug

- Minniemee

Selfridges link wil only take you to the main store page
- Minniemee

16 Comments

Ordered - thank you OP

great saving. Just wish places would give out a free cup when you buy a coffee.

What's wrong with cardboard cups

Original Poster

Sadly the one that I want is only available at Selfridges, and I can't get to one of their stores to click and collect.

If only all the coffee shops gave you a discount for using your own mug...

Nice discount though! (_;)

ristac

What's wrong with cardboard cups



​what's wrong with the environment

barmanste

great saving. Just wish places would give out a free cup when you buy a … great saving. Just wish places would give out a free cup when you buy a coffee.


Why not go the whole hog and get the coffee free as well?

These cups would be great if they only spilled their contents on the person carrying them.
Edited by: "qbs" 10th Dec 2016

Hehe hehe. The title has "Wang" in it. Hahahaha

Good find op. Wedgwood at this price has to get heat.

Hand wash and not spill proof lids- not sure

I'm confused? A ceramic travel mug? It sounds very easily breakable which a travel mug shouldn't be, or am i missing something?

futura

I'm confused? A ceramic travel mug? It sounds very easily breakable which … I'm confused? A ceramic travel mug? It sounds very easily breakable which a travel mug shouldn't be, or am i missing something?



​Unless you're thinking this is a toddler mug, this are perfectly adequate for most adults. They are usually manufactured with a double wall, thick ceramic and I've managed to drop mine (empty) and nothing has smashed. I've never heard of a travel mug requiring strength though, cardboard cups seem weaker?

cb_scavenger

​Unless you're thinking this is a toddler mug, this are perfectly a … ​Unless you're thinking this is a toddler mug, this are perfectly adequate for most adults. They are usually manufactured with a double wall, thick ceramic and I've managed to drop mine (empty) and nothing has smashed. I've never heard of a travel mug requiring strength though, cardboard cups seem weaker?



A cardboard cup needs to last a few minutes while you drink from it—a travel cup should last for years.

stuartw

​what's wrong with the environment


It's being ruined making things like Vera Wang coffee mugs

philskill

Sadly the one that I want is only available at Selfridges, and I can't … Sadly the one that I want is only available at Selfridges, and I can't get to one of their stores to click and collect.


The one I liked was only at Selfridges too so I bought it and paid the £5 postage as no Selfridges near me......so not quite so much of a bargain now, but it's a Christmas present to myself and I deserve it

qbs

Why not go the whole hog and get the coffee free as well?



funny you should say that.​I am an upmarket coffee thief. i nick someones latte and while running away I decant into to Wang travel cup.dont want to lose face with a costa cup would I.
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