Oven gloves

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Wendy

Oven gloves

I like the range of oven gloves etc. There doesn't seem to be a price on them does anyone know the price. My grandsons are coming out in August and I might ask them to bring me the oven gloves as I can't get the double ones here only single.

Wendy x

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Kayb

Oven Gloves

Hello again Wendy,
It depends on the type of oven glove that you want, there are always lots in the various catalogues that have 'things that you never knew you wanted' and, they vary in price from £10.00 upwards. I have a pair that look like ordinary gloves and are made of kevlar - supposed to be the choice of firemen- they were about £12.00.
You could probably find the sort that you would like if you google them.
Best of luck
Karen

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Wendy

Double oven gloves

Hello again, Karen

I like the double oven gloves so I can hang them over the oven door handle along with the tea towel and hand towel. My kitchen is tiny and the drawers are overflowing as it is and I only have a small worktop surface so I need to be able to hang them up.

I can buy the silicone oven mitts here but there is no way of hanging them up and some of the oven mitts are quite thin.

It's not necessary for me to have the Delia ones, it's just that I like the colour. My daughter will get me some double gloves it's not a problem.

There is no room for towel hooks although there are two hooks behind the door they are taken up with the dogs' towels and fly-swats!

Wendy x

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Toad in the Hole

Delia Double Oven Gloves

Hi Wendy, I ordered some at the weekend from the company which is making the Delia Double Oven Gloves. They are £19.95. You daughter can phone to order them. The telephone number is 01603 488019. I also purchased a tea towel too as looks nice. I am a bit of a hoarder of tea towels!! Best wishes, Toad.

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Wendy

Delia oven gloves

Thank you Toad for that, I've made a note of the number and will speak nicely to my daughter and grovel a bit.

It's a good job I'm not a hoarder of tea towels otherwise they would be taking over one of the other drawers!

All the best

Wendy x

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Wendy

Oven gloves, cont.

I mis-read the price I thought it said £9.95. I don't think I'll be buying them at £20, however much I like them. Having said that I've not been to the UK for a few years (well not to the shops) so don't know the price of certain things and the gloves may well be reasonably priced. I will still mention them to my daughter and say they can be a birthday present for me.

Wendy x

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Toad in the Hole

Good oven Gloves

Hi Wendy, would say from recent experience this is the average for 'high quality' kitchen textiles. Lakeland for instance here in the UK have some good ones for similar price. You can get oven gloves far cheaper of course...but have to say they are pretty poor and you end up replacing them so quickly. So in the end I think its worth the few extra pennies. And of course they do like so smart! Nice if you can have them as a birthday gift as you say. I tend to do that a lot now with my family. I recently purchased some of Delia's bakeware too as family gifts. Gone down a storm with my family and pals who are great bakers. Fingers crossed for your birthday parcel! All best TiH

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Wendy

Oven gloves

Thank you for advice TiH. I do agree with you as to quality. When I was last in the UK I bought some oven gloves from Poundland and although they have lasted quite well, our newest dog took a fancy to them and has chewed a hole in them so they definitely need replacing. If the dog keeps chewing things, husband has said she'll be going to the dogs' home!

At my daughter's suggestion I have sent a list of stuff for a 'food parcel' for her to send out before she visits so oven gloves will in there, I hope.

Wendy

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sam from worthing

Wendy, Oven Gloves


Our supermarkets have some lovely oven gloves and matching tea towels matching aprons.

Asda, Tesco, Sainsburys are one i know who do some very pretty ranges.

Also, we The Range, and Dunlemn Mill, they have lots of co-oridnating kitchen stuff - gloves and mitts ( i like you much prefer the double versions.

Starting prices for the double) around 4.00 to skys the limit. Colours are varied, from traditional butchers apron type design, to red and white, spotty ones, flowery ones, to the ones that look like string (do you know what i mean - old fashioned type)

Just let him know what type of colour scheme you fancy.

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Wendy

Sam, gloves

I know exactly which ones you mean when you said they look like string.

I had a pair that were double, double, as they had pockets on both sides so there were four pockets in total.

Now I hope you understand what I mean!

My order has been sent to my daughter so waiting in anticipation - how sad is that waiting for oven gloves?

I also requested some Lindt chocolate the one called Creation in Creme Brulee flavour. That's what I'm really waiting in anticipation for!

Wendy woo x

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sam from worthing

Oven Gloves


Wendy woo, i know exactly what you mean about the double double gloves, my most favourite pair was like that, I believe i got those from woolworths - but sadly that shop is no more, hasn't been around for several years.

You know you only need to ask a couple of trusted members on here, who you maybe in private talks with, i am sure they would (i would) be happy to send you the odd bit every now and again.

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Wendy

Oven gloves, etc

Hi Sam

There is only one person I private message on the site.

The 'food parcel' my daughter is sending out is by way of a slightly belated birthday present to me as she didn't know what to get so thought it was a good idea (and it is!) she has given me a weight limit of 25kgs. J has said that if I can't fill 25kgs she will put some other things in for me she thinks I might like or want also she will be putting other stuff in it also for her and her sons ready for when they come out next month.

On the whole I manage quite well without the stuff I can't get and it's nice to have a treat now and then but I don't want to get into the habit of relying on kind people to send me things.

I'm sure you'll understand what I'm getting at.

Thank you for your thoughts on the subject.

Wendy woo.


 
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