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Discussion in 'Plumbing Tools' started by Heat Kent, Feb 4, 2013.
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That's a proper good deal!
Is it a one off or the same in all stores?
I think they had a snickers thing on the week before and got too much stock in for it it makes you wonder how much profit they make at full price
Doesn't matter a jot what I wear as it all ends up covered in silicone and my trousers look like a seagulls diarrhea party. I can't justify spending 40 quid on a pair of work trousers when they only stay clean for a day. I'm actually thinking of going back to multi pocketed boiler suits and getting my logo on the back in a large size and a smaller pocket sized version on the front. The good thing about a boiler suit is I can wear reasonably good looking clothing underneath for when I've finished working. Nothing worse than walking round Asda in silicone covered trousers!
I couldn't work without knee pads now, they would seize up after a week!
Used Snickers for most of my working life but just looked at the Engelbert Strauss site and they look pretty good.
Might give them a try
I find this outfit really comfortable at the moment.
What will Snickers think of next eh?!
Used to wear large size boiler suit with sleeves cut off over my work stuff when I tiled, grouted and siliconed, then took it off after simples
now that would be hard work, even a marathon
I have found the Mascot stuff much better than my old Snickers stuff. Although new work supplied trousers are Snickers and seem much better than the ones I bought? Pays your money takes your chance I guess, although the Mascot trousers were £24 each, so pretty cheap.
Have none of you guys tried Dassy? Really good quality and look the business to. I've been wearing them a while, a bit pricey but totally worth it. I got mine from a local supplier
I've tried just about every work clothing manufacturer and my favourites are Snickers, Engelbert and Fristads.
Fristads never get a mention in the UK but they are really decent.
Snickers for trousers, they last forever. Local market for T-Shirts/Hoodies/sign writing, I go through a shed load of Tshirts.
Hmm, a new user, first post, a thread that's been dead for four years, with an advert.
I smell spam and prefer Snickers.
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