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Absolute bargain, cheaper than Argos set. 16 pc George Home York Cutlery set (unavailable online- in-store only) £1.95 @ Asda Watford. Have a look in your local Asda.
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Argos one is 24 pieces for £3.99. This would be 32 pieces for £3.90 if x2 are bought.
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kausar.haider13 h, 41 m ago

They are actually pretty sturdy surprisingly!


They're okay for keeping at work when I forget my fork or knife 😊
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LOL. I bought these yesterday. Definitely stainless steel ones!
A couple of years ago my niece moved into her own flat, and was making the Christmas dinner for the first time, she bought a couple of sets of new cutlery from asda to dress the table so that everyone had the same pieces, unwittingly she bought the plastic ones and didn't realise until it was too late, they were about the same price too.
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They are actually pretty sturdy surprisingly!
2 spaghetti deals in a row... That's got to be a record
IKEA deals from £0.60 - Check description - Free Collect from store
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Pot with lid for £4.50 Glass Jar with lid for £1 (1.8 litre) 6 glasses for £1 18 piece plastic cutlery set (6+6+6) for £0.90 Door mat for £0.60 Shower c… Read more
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Standard price
Still good prices regardless. Heat added.
Usual prices..nothing new
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Cold
Cold. Cynical click bait
Edited by: "Suggs84" 10th Feb
Amefa Eclat Metallics 24 Piece Cutlery Set £10 in-store @ Tesco Milngavie
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Found 7th FebFound 7th Feb
Fun coloured cutlery, and seems good quality. The box says it's guaranteed for 25 years.Next cheapest I can see online from a reputable retailer is £27.49 at Amazon. £35 on Tesco D… Read more
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KerrieRegan43 m ago

Now saying "we no longer sell this item"


It's an in store deal.
KerrieRegan29 m ago

Now saying "we no longer sell this item"


When you scanned it?
Now saying "we no longer sell this item"
£35 in linwood. Which is way above their usual price of £20
yellow sticker attached to the item means store specific always.

if its a yellow SEL then there is more chance its all stores. will check any that I'm passing today and see.
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24 Piece Venice Cutlery Set £3.99 @ Argos
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Cheap and cheerful :3 This 24-piece Venice cutlery set from the Simple Value range would be ideal for a student living at university, a first home gift or as a set of spare… Read more
mr_deals32 m ago

Yes. I would appear so. But still a great price that others may not be …Yes. I would appear so. But still a great price that others may not be aware of.


I got this as I thought it was on sale. Impulse buying eh.
Nicolidus1 h, 33 m ago

This is standard price, right?


Yes. I would appear so. But still a great price that others may not be aware of.
This is standard price, right?
I actually prefer a flat thin handle, thick round ones are a pain! They spin in your hands.
Are these the sort of thing with a very thin handle which is not comfortable to hold, and will probably tarnish and bend more easily - I realise they're cheap, but sometimes it's better to pay a bit more and get better quality when it's something you're going to use a lot.

If it's a thicker handle then good value of course, and worth buying.
Asda has massive clearance these days in stores, Cutlery from 5p, Ornaments starting from 20p, Makeup from 25p, Pillow Cases & Duvets £1, Towels 50p, Cleaning Caddy 2p, Knife Sets £2.50, Stationary from 2p, Mattress Toppers from £1, Many other items
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Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Asda has massive clearance these days in stores in home and garden section including makeup etc they are clearing most of the seasonal items as well as they need space for Valenti… Read more
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Never seen any comparable reductions in Bangor Co Down. Reckon the staff snaffle them
Asda at Leicester Fosse Park had some sale stuff at the front of the store this morning that went through the till at less than the marked sale price, worth picking up a self scanner and checking. The bits I got went through at 2p instead of marked 20p (folding ruler) and 20p instead of marked 75p (pen and pad set).
Edited by: "hex2" 16th Jan
i swear redditch they take the items and red sticker them - the star wars toys are at £7.50 , none of the other items i have seen
If the wok's as stated i'll eat my hat, fried obviously !
People need to clarify if it is a Asda living
Sabichi Everyday 16 piece Cutlery Set was £12.99 now £9.99 PLUS Buy One Get One Free + Free C+C via Collect+ @ Very
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Found 12th JanFound 12th Jan
Thought this was a decent offer, the Sabichi Everyday 16 piece Cutlery Set was £12.99 & is now £9.99 PLUS you get an extra set sent for Free, so 32 pieces for £9.99 with Free C… Read more
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Thanks. Bought a set
Tempted to replace my current set at this price
Ordered a set thankyou!!
These are great quality, I bought 2 on a bogof deal last year for £12.99. Tempted to buy again just to stock up!
Thanks
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Belleek Living - Tidal 72 piece Canteen Cutlery Set - £89 delivered @ Debenhams
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Found 31st Dec 2017Found 31st Dec 2017
Was looking for a Wedding gift and came across this. It seems to have 10 place settings and was £250 so a major saving.
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willym2k15 h, 45 m ago

Was really tempted by this, but it's not *that* much of a great deal …Was really tempted by this, but it's not *that* much of a great deal (seems to be £90 elsewhere) and the only review I could find was on the manufacturer website and was 3* saying quality wasn't what they were expecting. We're just looking for new day to day stuff, so would be keen to hear thoughts from users of this set/brand


Take your pick. argos.co.uk/sea…ry/
Edited by: "peter1969uk" 1st Jan
The rrp is made up. I bought a slightly smaller set from the bellek factory shop last year and my sister did recently aswell and the rrp is bull.

Nice set for the money though
cloudthecat2 h, 17 m ago

Hmmmmmm.......... You certainly can't knock this deal IF - IF - cutlery …Hmmmmmm.......... You certainly can't knock this deal IF - IF - cutlery sets realistically are always THAT sort of price... .. . BUT. .. .. .. Each to their own, and in no way am I suggesting that IF IF this item WAS selling at the other price - then is is a CRACKER of a discount....BUT - how many of you own an expensive knife, fork and spoon set - and REALISTICALLY use it more than (say) Christmas? I have got a set that was given to me as a pressie and it sits in its case / box as it has for the last??? Its not that they are too posh to use - but in all honesty, we have so much cutlery and when we have guests we tend to have finger picking... I would be interested to see what others think.Have some HEAT from me for the thought, the effort and as you say the discount itself. I THINK that there are another few sets of cutlery on here as well that have been listed recently...

I'd totally agree, keeping fancy cutlery in a presentation box for special occasions is ridiculous. 'Once a year' plates are also fairly painful.
Was really tempted by this, but it's not *that* much of a great deal (seems to be £90 elsewhere) and the only review I could find was on the manufacturer website and was 3* saying quality wasn't what they were expecting. We're just looking for new day to day stuff, so would be keen to hear thoughts from users of this set/brand
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Between £99-£120 everywhere
100-Piece Black/White Vintage Script Combination Dinner and Cutlery Set £59.99 / £64.89 delivered @ Studio
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Found 27th Dec 2017Found 27th Dec 2017
100-Piece Black/White Vintage Set include • 8x Dinner Plates – 26.5cm (10½”) diameter • 8x Side Plates • 8x Soup/Cereal Bowls • 8x Egg Cups • 8x Mugs – 10oz • 1x Oval Platter – 31c… Read more
decanay27th Dec

With Studio you can be assured of the quality... I assure you the quality …With Studio you can be assured of the quality... I assure you the quality will be shockingly poor


Lol
TTSS25 m ago

Shockingly poor?? I haven't heard about this site. Thank you for the …Shockingly poor?? I haven't heard about this site. Thank you for the advise.


They sell absolute tat. It's cheap, but cheap for a reason. It was never £300. It's been posted on here before at £5-£10 cheaper than this, and was voted down - hotukdeals.com/dea…625

Studio also have a habit of screwing with your credit rating to make this deal even worse.
decanay1 h, 57 m ago

With Studio you can be assured of the quality... I assure you the quality …With Studio you can be assured of the quality... I assure you the quality will be shockingly poor


Shockingly poor??
I haven't heard about this site. Thank you for the advise.
TTSS31 m ago

Is it really worth 300? Don't know bout this site studio. Is it reputable …Is it really worth 300? Don't know bout this site studio. Is it reputable one


With Studio you can be assured of the quality...


I assure you the quality will be shockingly poor
Is it really worth 300? Don't know bout this site studio. Is it reputable one
All Christmas items - 50% OFF & free delivery @ Villeroy & Boch
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Found 26th Dec 2017Found 26th Dec 2017
Some nice Christmas items for half price items at Villeroy & Boch including tableware, tree decorations, good time to stock up for next year: https://www.villeroy-boch.co.uk/… Read more
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mousey24 m ago

Brill, plus free delivery, many thanks



Good point, edited
Brill, plus free delivery, many thanks
12 Functional Dinner Set White @ Wilko for £6
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Found 21st Dec 2017Found 21st Dec 2017
A simple and budget friendly white porcelain 12 piece dinnerset, perfect starter kit for a new flat. The dinner set includes 4 of each, dinner plates 26.5cm, side plates 19cm and b… Read more
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Can't decide between this and a Pixel 2.
sam_of_london29 m ago

Just compare the surface finish and weight of the IKEA one and you will be …Just compare the surface finish and weight of the IKEA one and you will be amazed. Not even half weight of this coarse crockery. This only looks good in picture , when you compare it in person with high quality crockery , you can see this is very poor quality, thick and heavy weight. I rather buy high quality , easy to wash and use , and impress guests , instead of poor quality rubbish just because it is cheap and waste of my kitchen space .

I bought this several years ago when I was a single parent to a toddler plus I had a brain tumour. We had to visit food banks because our income was so low so this set did us proud. we still have it today. it hasn't scratched and is absolutely fine after 4 years. nobody ever complained about the quality of my China either. Check your privilege.
sam_of_london13 m ago

IKEA one is much better at £ 16 plus you can add pieces as you need. When …IKEA one is much better at £ 16 plus you can add pieces as you need. When you have guests or when washing it , you will feel much better.


The pork chops on the plate won't taste any better....
it's gone up by £1 how is that a deal
Picard1237 m ago

It's a white plate and bowl set for £6.It's perfectly fine for the price.


IKEA one is much better at £ 16 plus you can add pieces as you need. When you have guests or when washing it , you will feel much better.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 21st Dec 2017
Simple Value 12 Piece Porcelain Dinner Set in White £6.99 / Simple Value Venice 24 Piece Stainless Steel Cutlery Set £3.19 / Set of 4 Wine Glasses £4.19 / Set 6 White Mugs £4.49 @ Argos (all for £18.87 - more ideas in OP)
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Really decent prices on these sets & all have excellent reviews, ideal for those extra mouths at Christmas without breaking the bank! You could buy all in the thread title for … Read more
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Purchased the argos set today, its going back tomorrow.

Dinner plates are like saucers
These are just standard prices, the dishes will go on offer at some point. The tumblers are cheaper in most supermarkets.
I prefer the ikea dinner sets that are 50 pence a piece as they are brilliant white unlike these which are off white.
Edited by: "Miss-Understood" 20th Dec 2017
I bought the cutlery set when I moved into my flat – still have them now. They do the job.

Unlike some cheap tea spoons I've bought from eBay in the past that bend at the squeeze of a tea bag. These don't bend.
We've had some of their "Porcelain" and have mixed feelings about it.

Yes its cheap and "ok" quality. Some positives for everyday use, where you don't see £10+ going down the drain with every breakage.

But there are a few negatives:

1) I believe they cheap out on the furnace temperature, so vitrification isn't completed properly, leaving some water/porosity. As a result they aren't as hard and more prone to chipping. But also don't always work well in the microwave.

2) Hard to predict how long they will maintain a range. Coupled with them being more prone to chip, it means you end up with a mish mash of dishes, as you can't replace with the same range.

The microwave issue was particularly annoying. Food wouldn't heat evenly and dishes would come out extremely hot. Essentially water within the porcelain was absorbing the microwaves blocking parts of the food heating. For quite a while we thought it was an issue with our microwave as it was taking twice as long as my parents microwave (same brand) to heat equivalent food.

In the end we splurged on some Villeroy and Boch stuff we'd always liked. The difference was night and day. Food heated evenly and in half the time, with the plates themselves only getting mildly warm.

Obviously it may be OTT going for the very expensive branded crockery. But IMO its worth waiting for a sale on some of the cheaper ranges of the bigger brands and spending more. Post Xmas I usually see the gift sets heavily reduced.
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60 Piece cutlery set(black plastic) for 20p in Asda instore
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As above good for Christmas parties etc
This is going to be the cheapest Christmas dinner ever.
Just eat and throw away. Brilliant
Cheap cheap!
Just saw Harry and Meghan in my local buying a few sets for next years marriage dinner so must be classy ?
is there a link please
WMF 24 Cutlery set for 6 people - Miami Cromargan 18/10 £33.42 Sold by Nautilus Vertriebs GmbH and Fulfilled by Amazon
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This set usually sells for at least £45 but now you can get it for £33.42 from a market place seller on amazon, delivery fulfilled by amazon
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ITMA2 h, 37 m ago

I wouldn't buy from a marketplace seller.And that's coming from someone …I wouldn't buy from a marketplace seller.And that's coming from someone who IS a marketplace seller.


wow. why? I used to be a marketplace seller and had 100% feedback. nothing wrong with marketplace sellers just check the ratings and plus Amazon a-z guarantee is rock solid. If you are indeed a marketplace seller you have done the equivalent of Gerald Ratner back in 1991!
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ITMA1 h, 52 m ago

I wouldn't buy from a marketplace seller.And that's coming from someone …I wouldn't buy from a marketplace seller.And that's coming from someone who IS a marketplace seller.


why
Viners Glamour Cutlery Set  24-Piece + 5% off purchase 2 sets @ Amazon sold by MightyHousewares
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Bargain price for a great set. I bought 2. Viners Glamour Cutlery Set with 6 Knives/6 Forks/6 Desert Spoons and 6 Teaspoons, Stainless Steel, 24-Piece 25 year guarantee. Dishwash… Read more
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BrummyGeeza5 h, 44 m ago

Yeh! I like to eat slowly & enjoy every bite!


simba258510 h, 29 m ago

You eat cereal with a teaspoon ....


Yeh! I like to eat slowly & enjoy every bite!
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Given the many positive reviews of this set across various sites, I'm sure the quality is excellent for the price.
Edited by: "simba2585" 3rd Nov 2017
18/0 stainless is not as good as 18/10. The cutlery will not be as good quality or have the shine and is more prone to staining than 18/10. The 18 refers to chromium content and 10 refers to nickel content the nickel gives the spoons the lustre and shine
Edited by: "juseas" 3rd Nov 2017
Ordered 2 sets. Thanks
ColourMatch 40 Piece Porcelain Dinner Starter Set now £23.99 @ Argos
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Good value and in stock for most - 4/5 stores near me This ColourMatch 40 Piece Porcelain Dinner Starter Set is perfect for when you've moved house or want to update your dinner … Read more
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mango8881 h, 39 m ago

Was just about to buy these and then looked at the calendar on my iphone x …Was just about to buy these and then looked at the calendar on my iphone x and realised it wasnt the 1970s........darn



OMG you've got an iPhone X??? You are the coolest!!!
Was just about to buy these and then looked at the calendar on my iphone x and realised it wasnt the 1970s........darn
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12 Piece Porcelain Dinner + 24 Piece Cutlery Set + 6 Mugs - £14.67 @ Argos (+ Others)
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Decent bundle, esp if on a budget/student or want a few extra plates for Crimbo Dinner = Hit get deal link, scroll down to offers and select bundles Set up. Eat up. Wash up. This … Read more
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doesnt mention anyting about cutlery 24piece?
kamenitzabrit29th Oct

I live in a smallish town where everyone knows everyone else and can …I live in a smallish town where everyone knows everyone else and can assure you nobody is starving or needs a roof over their head, but we have a food bank, perhaps so the tree huggers can feel good about themselves.Guess who uses our local food bank - drug addicts, alcoholics, and a few similar types. One of them pays for a taxi to get home safely with his bags of drink, whilst almost all of them smoke, yet they are 'so poor and needy' they use a food bank with no questions asked, other than disgusted comments from hard working citizens who might well have less disposable income than the food bank users....... funny old world.



apears3 m ago

I find it hard to believe that even in a "smallish" town that everyone …I find it hard to believe that even in a "smallish" town that everyone knows everyone else, or that nobody is going hungry or in need of accommodation, and wonder why someone who obviously doesn't give to food banks should be bothered about who uses them. Most people who contribute to food banks are just ordinary working people trying to help others, and not " treehuggers", which is a boring cliched term bandied about by those without sufficient vocabulary to think of their own insults, and are offended by caring decent thoughtful people doing things that they're too mean greedy and selfish to do themselves. The people I know who've used food banks - which shouldn't be necessary in Britain today - have had to be referred by social services and though grateful, have found it embarrassing and demeaning, and acohol is not handed out at food banks. Social drug use or drinking can easily slip over into addiction and alcoholism if someone is genetically predisposed. Oh to be perfect.


oops
Rockpaperfunko29th Oct

Do people generally like the taste of plates?


I find it hard to believe that even in a "smallish" town that everyone knows everyone else, or that nobody is going hungry or in need of accommodation, and wonder why someone who obviously doesn't give to food banks should be bothered about who uses them. Most people who contribute to food banks are just ordinary working people trying to help others, and not " treehuggers", which is a boring cliched term bandied about by those without sufficient vocabulary to think of their own insults, and are offended by caring decent thoughtful people doing things that they're too mean greedy and selfish to do themselves. The people I know who've used food banks - which shouldn't be necessary in Britain today - have had to be referred by social services and though grateful, have found it embarrassing and demeaning, and acohol is not handed out at food banks. Social drug use or drinking can easily slip over into addiction and alcoholism if someone is genetically predisposed.
Oh to be perfect.
Rockpaperfunko29th Oct

Do people generally like the taste of plates?

DexMorgan29th Oct

I've ordered 3 for charity food bank but I don't like to talk about it xx


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kamenitzabrit12 h, 36 m ago

I live in a smallish town where everyone knows everyone else and can …I live in a smallish town where everyone knows everyone else and can assure you nobody is starving or needs a roof over their head, but we have a food bank, perhaps so the tree huggers can feel good about themselves.Guess who uses our local food bank - drug addicts, alcoholics, and a few similar types. One of them pays for a taxi to get home safely with his bags of drink, whilst almost all of them smoke, yet they are 'so poor and needy' they use a food bank with no questions asked, other than disgusted comments from hard working citizens who might well have less disposable income than the food bank users....... funny old world.


What a life eh, living the dream.
Joseph Joseph Go eat cutlery set in grey with 40% off - £8.40 - instore at Debenhams
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Spotted these on sale today in Debenhams at £8.40 down from £14 and thought they would be great for using at work and I like the fact they are magnetic and have a case to put them … Read more
I've got this in green and it's very good. Nice design
I have the grey set, bought from Amazon a while back - not sure how much for.
The set is very nice, heavy, good quality. Perfect for travelling, eating takeaway/ prepacked lunch meals.
It goes back into the sheath so gracefully...
I've found the green version to be 60%off (£5.60) instore last time I checked
Definitely looks neat, but cheap is something else.

Reminds me of the Lufthansa cutlery that they used to give out for in-flight meals.
Edited by: "SUMMONER" 21st Oct 2017
Gold finish stainless steel cutlery £5 @ Asda instore
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Showing at £20 but on sale for £5
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That is a good price If anyone else finds this price st another store , please post if national?
Chavvy bling!
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This was in Fife. Not sure about other stores
went to huddersfield asda yesterday scanned at 15
Good buy - which branch of Asda?
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