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12" bike instore at tesco for £12.50

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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
We were in our local tesco (fraserburgh) yesterday and picked up this bike for our daughter which was reduced to £12.50 they had about 25 left on the shelf. they had the boys version too although there were only about 6 boys ones left. I don't know how to paste a pic hopefully someone will be able to paste it. I have taken it out of the box and it looks great idea for Santa to bring on christmas morning. I don't know if this deal is available in all tesco stores but hopefully it will be of use to someone.


This 12" cruising bike is for Pink Angels who want to get out on wheels with a bit of style. This bike features a comfortable padded saddle, pneumatic tyres for a smoother ride, a doll carrier and detachable stabilisers. Suitable for age range 2-4yrs.
Age Group 2-4yrs


Brand Pink Angels
Colour Pink
Features of Product 12" Alloy wheels with white pnuematic tyres. Comfortable saddle. Detachable stabilisers. Fully adjustable handlebars & saddle. Fully enclosed chainguard. Age 2-4 yrs.
Gender Girls
Important Information Self Assembley, required tools included.
Wheel Size 12"
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What a lovely little bike for only £12.50 (Hope I got the right boys bike pic) :santa:
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thank you - thats is the right boys bike - it looked more grey than blue with the pic on the box but thats def it. thanks again
1 Like #3
would love one of these for my little girl. can't afford the web price though, oh........h well. voted hot. good find :thumbsup:
#4
Brilliant price. I've just spoken to my local Tesco and they said that individual stores can do these offers but they only have them for £50! Never mind but a cracking deal for those up in Scotland!

Thanks and will keep my eye open to see if they reduced these here in the coming weeks... fingers crossed!
#5
voted cold I'm afraid - this is a false economy; Whilst £12.50 is clearly cheap.. you get what you pay for. In my opinion your little ones would be better off with a pink 12" bike costing at least £300. anything less than that is bound to spontaneously combust, taking your little ones with it.
#6
Whoops...I forgot about the spontaneous combustion. Maybe get the MIL or FIL to test ride it first!
#7
Kamizuri
voted cold I'm afraid - this is a false economy; Whilst £12.50 is clearly cheap.. you get what you pay for. In my opinion your little ones would be better off with a pink 12" bike costing at least £300. anything less than that is bound to spontaneously combust, taking your little ones with it.


This is a wind-up I presume?
#8
Kamizuri
voted cold I'm afraid - this is a false economy; Whilst £12.50 is clearly cheap.. you get what you pay for. In my opinion your little ones would be better off with a pink 12" bike costing at least £300. anything less than that is bound to spontaneously combust, taking your little ones with it.


Is the above post made in jest?!

I've never seen a £300 12" wheeled bike, worked in the trade for 5 years and never had any requests for one either. A 12" wheeled Raleigh or Dawes would cost about £80 or so, a 12" Specialized might break the £100 mark.

The tesco bike looks to be a bargain, just be sure its assembled in a decent enough fashion as thats generally the downside to buying from catalogue shops or supermarkets as opposed to Association of Cycle Trader (ACT) approved bike shops.

Even some of the mainstream kids bikes are cheap and cheesy with plastic brake levers etc.
#9
What a brilliant buy for Xmas. Looks so much more than that price. Heat added.
#10
Kamizuri
voted cold I'm afraid - this is a false economy; Whilst £12.50 is clearly cheap.. you get what you pay for. In my opinion your little ones would be better off with a pink 12" bike costing at least £300. anything less than that is bound to spontaneously combust, taking your little ones with it.


:thinking:
#11
Kamizuri
voted cold I'm afraid - this is a false economy; Whilst £12.50 is clearly cheap.. you get what you pay for. In my opinion your little ones would be better off with a pink 12" bike costing at least £300. anything less than that is bound to spontaneously combust, taking your little ones with it.


Grrrr don't get me started - oh - whoops - that's probably what you wanted!:x
#12
Kamizuri
voted cold I'm afraid - this is a false economy; Whilst £12.50 is clearly cheap.. you get what you pay for. In my opinion your little ones would be better off with a pink 12" bike costing at least £300. anything less than that is bound to spontaneously combust, taking your little ones with it.


I have an adult bike from tesco, 21 gears only £40 delivered. Had it over a year and it has not spontaniously combusted once.
I feel you are clearly exaggerating the risks here. LOL :whistling:
#13
One at Tesco for £30. Use code TDX-NCCL for another £5 off (up to 21st october), and get it delivered to your local store for free.

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.203-5454.aspx.

Its only still available as it does not show up in the toy section or the search.

Matching helmet available for £7.50
#14
Do you lot really not know when someone is taking the piss? Look for any other post about bikes on here for examples of the biking elite muppets who think anything less than £1k for a pedal is a false economy.
#15
ha ha i cant believe you thought he was serious with that post.

I think the human in-built sarcasum detectors for some people must not work online but only locally, maybe there is a patch they can download that will fix it for them?

Voted Hot for people who live closer, nice find.
#16
Fistral
I have an adult bike from tesco, 21 gears only £40 delivered. Had it over a year and it has not spontaniously combusted once.
I feel you are clearly exaggerating the risks here. LOL :whistling:


You are probably not pedalling Fast enough!

Voted HOT!!!
#17
TECHSPEC;3244870
One at Tesco for £30. Use code TDX-NCCL for another £5 off (up to 21st october), and get it delivered to your local store for free.

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.203-5454.aspx.

Its only still available as it does not show up in the toy section or the search.

Matching helmet available for £7.50

Bought this one for my son a couple of years ago - it appears to be made of lead. By the time he was strong enough to pedal it, it was too small. I spent many a trip out, giving him a push and carrying it home. The outsize tube looks great, but weighs a ridiculous amount.
Save your money - go and see some in the shops and pick them up to feel the weight (very few websites give the weight of kids bikes) then check out the best price on-line.
#18
Heat added, just been to my tesco's, £19.98, brilliant price, just purchaced for my daughters birthday. Thank you xx

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