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Can anyone find a coat like this but cheaper?

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BeyondReasonablyDoubts Tue 18-Oct-16 15:56:13

Just curious, I am tempted to just get this one though grin

BeyondReasonablyDoubts Tue 18-Oct-16 15:56:53

It needs to be knee length and waterproof, ideally in black or grey and up to an 18...


itstheyearzero Tue 18-Oct-16 16:15:41

Long enough?

"Jessica Simpson" Dark Grey Long Hooded Coat - TK Maxx

BeyondReasonablyDoubts Tue 18-Oct-16 16:27:52

Not sure, I'd guess that ones about mid thigh?

(I'm a wheelchair user and get very wet thighs when it rains)

Nanasueathome Tue 18-Oct-16 16:30:29

I have recently bought a similar coat from Seasalt
It was also priced at £140
I paid just £70 as I hung on until it was half price
How desperate are you for you to have it now?
If you can wait just a short while I'm sure there will be a reduction

BeyondReasonablyDoubts Tue 18-Oct-16 17:50:37

Not desperate, I have a waterproof coat that's very waterproof, it just isn't as long as I like (it doesn't help that I'm 5'10!)

SesameSparkle Tue 18-Oct-16 22:55:46

That's a great coat, it's very long, warm and waterproof. The only coats I've seen that are like that are the ones from lands end, but I think pricing is quite similar. Seasalt do sometimes do 20% off, if you don't need it straight away - although there's a chance it might sell out if you leave it very late. Last year I think I spotted one of the colours in the January sales, but the others were still full price then. The only other thing to mention is it's quite a narrow coat - sitting in the car I felt I had less room to move in it - I don't know whether that might affect you if you use a wheelchair - mind you are quite a bit taller than me so the proportions will be very different.

987flowers Tue 18-Oct-16 23:23:09

I was going to say the same as nana, I bought a raincoat by signing up to their newsletter and waiting for the 50% reduction.

The sizing can be a bit strange so I went and tried loads on until I found one that fitted the best.

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