Your name or email adress:
Do you already have an account?
Forgot your password?
  • Log in or Sign up





    Lisa Riley’s Back and Better Than Ever With Her Brand New Autumn Clothing Line, Exclusively at Ideal World

    We’re excited to announce that TV favourite and Loose Women panellist Lisa Riley is returning to Ideal World with style to unveil her brand new autumn clothing line.

      After winning multiple plus size awards, Lisa decided to launch her own clothing label ‘Just Be You’ exclusively with Ideal World to overcome the disappointment in styles previously offered to her. After sharing her amazing weight loss journey with the nation, Lisa created her collection of clothing and garments to make you feel “confident, sexy and beautiful.”

    The TV favourite says “Of all my collections with Ideal World, this is by far my ultimate favourite. I feel the fabrics, colours and the unique “me” style comes across 100%. It is fashion for everyone. I hope you love it as much as I do!”

    Read More

    Page 1 of 3 123 LastLast
    Results 1 to 10 of 25
      Support ShoppingTelly.com
      Click Here To Contribute To Our Site
    1. #1
      Join Date
      Jun 2012
      Location
      London
      Posts
      3,708
      Post Thanks / Like

      Default £25 for a laundry basket, £12 for some tile cleaner

      Just saw Jilly Halliday presenting a laundry basket for £25. Its unique selling point was its retractable legs that automatically fold when the basket is lifted. They kept picking up and putting down the basket, producing an annoying sound like a machine gun. Ooooh and they throw a few clothes pegs in! Big f***ing deal! What a load of overpriced rubbish!





      Same for the Lakeland "Vamoose" cleaner - £12 for that. I guarantee that the Astonish products I get from the Pound Shop work just as well

      These items just seem like "bran new" con tricks.


      › See More: £25 for a laundry basket, £12 for some tile cleaner
       

    2. #2
      Join Date
      Jun 2012
      Location
      London
      Posts
      3,708
      Post Thanks / Like

      Default £22 for a sink unblocker

      It seems that there's no end to the number of vastly overpriced "household helper" products QVC is prepared to peddle. I think the only thing they are helping is themselves - to people's money, preying like vultures on the ill-informed. What sensible person would pay £22 for a sink unblocker when 1) they shouldn't be pouring fat down the sink drain anyway and 2) one can always purchase a sodium hydroxide-based product from the Pound Shop?
       

    3.    Sponsored Link

    4. #3
      Join Date
      Mar 2012
      Posts
      6,764
      Post Thanks / Like

      Default

      What the hell is Jilly H wearing? A terrible Renee TSV possibly?
      Likes shopperholic liked this post
       
      I can only please one person per day and to-day it's my turn

    5.    Sponsored Link

    6. #4
      Join Date
      Jun 2012
      Location
      London
      Posts
      3,708
      Post Thanks / Like

      Default £20 for some aluminium foil!

      I swear either I am losing the plot, or perhaps QVC are. They have just demonstrated some aluminium baking foil. So as if to demonstrate its strength, the guest just lifted a house brick with the foil. Terrific (!)...... but....erm... please tell me when I am EVER going to have the need to do that? What is wrong with the £1 foil I buy? Answer: NOTHING.
      Thanks brissles thanked for this post
       

    7.    Price Crash TV

    8. #5
      Join Date
      Jun 2012
      Location
      London
      Posts
      3,708
      Post Thanks / Like

      Default £15.50 for 2 "bags for life"

      Yet another overpriced Lakeland product. They just touted 2 "trolley bags" that, from what I could see, are just vastly overpriced "bags for life." They were hawking them under the pretext that "supermarket carrier bags are just getting thinner and thinner." NO THEY ARE NOT! There is NOTHING in that Lakeland hour that couldn't be sourced from the Pound Shop.
      Likes Petespants, shopperholic liked this post
       

    9.    Gemporia

    10. #6
      Join Date
      Feb 2015
      Posts
      3,091
      Post Thanks / Like

      Default

      Terrific! Perhaps it's for people who put a lot of filling in their sandwiches? Bought some baking foil at the weekend - 75p in Asda! Funnily enough, I didn't feel tempted to rush home and use it to lift a brick - maybe I should get out more? I just do not know how these presenters keep a straight face - I would be laughing my head off if I had to demonstrate the overpriced carp they flog.

      Quote Originally Posted by Julius View Post
      I swear either I am losing the plot, or perhaps QVC are. They have just demonstrated some aluminium baking foil. So as if to demonstrate its strength, the guest just lifted a house brick with the foil. Terrific (!)...... but....erm... please tell me when I am EVER going to have the need to do that? What is wrong with the £1 foil I buy? Answer: NOTHING.
       

    11.    Advertisment

    12. #7
      Join Date
      Feb 2015
      Posts
      3,091
      Post Thanks / Like

      Default

      They must be making HUGE profits on this cleaning stuff, ever mind factoring in the extortionate p & p.
      Quote Originally Posted by Julius View Post
      Just saw Jilly Halliday presenting a laundry basket for £25. Its unique selling point was its retractable legs that automatically fold when the basket is lifted. They kept picking up and putting down the basket, producing an annoying sound like a machine gun. Ooooh and they throw a few clothes pegs in! Big f***ing deal! What a load of overpriced rubbish!

      Same for the Lakeland "Vamoose" cleaner - £12 for that. I guarantee that the Astonish products I get from the Pound Shop work just as well

      These items just seem like "bran new" con tricks.
      Likes Petespants, shopperholic liked this post
       

    13.    Sponsored Link

    14. #8
      Join Date
      Sep 2013
      Location
      London
      Posts
      2,381
      Post Thanks / Like

      Default

      Steady on chaps! I won't hear a word against the 4 supermarket bags for £15.50. These are my YC stash bags and the large ones are full to the brim. So they are very heavy and the bags are very sturdy. I love them. They were bought for that purpose though, they are not for shopping!!!! I also bought an expensive set of three recycling bags as I had just had a grey kitchen put in and thought they would look good. But I don't use them so at the moment they are in reserve as YC overflow bags. And as my flat got partly flooded last week, they may have been needed. Be Prepared!!!!!

      Likes maymorganlondon , Tarketta liked this post
       

    15.    Crafting.co.uk

    16. #9
      Join Date
      Jul 2008
      Posts
      2,066
      Post Thanks / Like

      Default

      Quote Originally Posted by historymystery View Post
      They must be making HUGE profits on this cleaning stuff, ever mind factoring in the extortionate p & p.
      I'm guessing it's a big seller for them as there is almost as much of it now as beauty!
      Likes shopperholic liked this post
       

    17.    Sponsored Link

    18. #10
      Join Date
      Apr 2009
      Location
      Herts/Beds
      Posts
      5,639
      Post Thanks / Like

      Default

      Quote Originally Posted by Mazza View Post
      Steady on chaps! I won't hear a word against the 4 supermarket bags for £15.50. These are my YC stash bags and the large ones are full to the brim. So they are very heavy and the bags are very sturdy. I love them. They were bought for that purpose though, they are not for shopping!!!! I also bought an expensive set of three recycling bags as I had just had a grey kitchen put in and thought they would look good. But I don't use them so at the moment they are in reserve as YC overflow bags. And as my flat got partly flooded last week, they may have been needed. Be Prepared!!!!!

      Um, what's YC ??

      As I get older I appear to be getting more rubbish at identifying 'initial speak', and rack my brains trying to decipher it.

    •   Alt

      Advertising

      advertising

        
       

    Posting Permissions

    • You may not post new threads
    • You may not post replies
    • You may not post attachments
    • You may not edit your posts
    •