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HELP! would like to get a decent draught excluder soft toy

it looks like a long soft toy for the bottom of our main door which gets draughty ...

looked at a few places, i dont want too cheapo stuff, but would like something that will last at least a couple years and looks good (cute even). these prices in the next posts i found are sooooo expensive.

anyone who's gotten these before for their homes, where and how much did you get it for?
if you have the link i would really appreciate it.

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Original Poster

[IMG]idealmoments.co.uk/vie…spx?type=1&o=p&id=4772[/IMG]
The Cockerel draught excluder.
The total weight averages 1400grams and is 92cms long.
£24.35 ([url]www.idealmoments.co.uk[/url])

Original Poster

http://www.amara.co.uk/uploads/images/products/mul01139a_l.jpg
Mulberry Tartan Daschund Draught Excluder
£95 ([url]www.amara.co.uk[/url])

There is this...

biggreenshop.co.uk/det…tml

But I am still looking!

Edit- I am horrified by the price of these!!!!

Personally I would do this... ciao.co.uk/Mem…990

But if that doesn't do it for you, I would check out the local market or somthing!!

onlyme23;3365043

]http://www.iwantoneofthose.com/hedgehog-excluder/index.html;jsessionid=h0RJto+RkQhvMoDnchYx+Q**



I like that one though!!! :-D

johnlewis.com/230…spx

http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii78/chesso_photos/draughtexcluder.jpg

I can't believe you're not going to make your own!!;-)

I haven't ever had one, by the way.

I got a £1 plain draught excluder from wilkos 4 years ago, my daughter and all her friends love it (!) and its stillgoing despite being used as a ride on horse and a giant sword....no need to pay out extra on animals!! wish i had bought 20 for all her friends!!!!

Original Poster

thank you everyone! hope i get one before i freeze my toes (or tits, whichever first) off ... not looking to spend more than £10-15 tops.

dmh77 - the DIY bit i had a look. now the last time i stitched was prolly back in the 80s, back in school. i can sew and remember a rabbit in gingham that we had to draw, sew and stuff and sew up and make eyes etc. BUT i wouldnt know where to start when getting the materials ...

onlyme23, snottyyang - thanks for the many links, really narrows it down re: price and cuteness factor.

chesso - i think we have a needle somewhere in the flat! but seriously it's about getting the felt etc. i could always do a sock but probably not as classy ...

helcatamy1 - a ride on horse and sword? lol sounds v useful, now i'm interested to see ... have u got a piccy?

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havent shown the OH yet but at the moment it is looking like this one
(understated, midrange, wont scare the pants out of me
when i go to the loo at night in the dark lol):
Rabbit Draught Excluder (36")
Price: £13.95

http://www.avocaonline.co.uk/products/rabbitdraught_large.jpg

i know boring ... but goes with the carpet decor ... sorta.

onlyme23;3365043

]http://www.iwantoneofthose.com/hedgehog-excluder/index.html;jsessionid=h0RJto+RkQhvMoDnchYx+Q**



I love this one :-D

Original Poster

they are v cute hehe, the hedgehogs.

theres a 15% discount code for Iwantoneofthose.
think it's HSBC15 i think.
Also quidco!

They had some of these in b & m bargins in St.Helens today. Only £1.99 each. Several designs to choose from.

Original Poster

b&m? que?

--- not sure if iwoot is still on quidco. cant find it ...

Original Poster

kippy;3365471

havent shown the OH yet but at the moment it is looking like this one … havent shown the OH yet but at the moment it is looking like this one (understated, midrange, wont scare the pants out of me when i go to the loo at night in the dark lol):Rabbit Draught Excluder (36") Price: £13.95 i know boring ... but goes with the carpet decor ... sorta.



[COLOR="Indigo"][SIZE="4"]Rabbit Draught Excluder - Sorry - This product is not currently available and cannot be added to the basket[/SIZE][/COLOR]

what?!

Original Poster

the OH is going to check out wilkos for a basic one. my cat's sneezing!
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