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6 issues of Auto Express + Free Draper Digital Tyre Pressure Gauge for £1.00

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Another Auto Express 6 copies deal with free Draper Digital Tyre Pressure Gauge this time, they must hate us HUKDer with a passion :) anyway grab it while it last as it's subject to availability 15… Read More
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Another Auto Express 6 copies deal with free Draper Digital Tyre Pressure Gauge this time, they must hate us HUKDer with a passion :) anyway grab it while it last as it's subject to availability

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#1
last time they screwed up my order
#2
ya i know this sort of deal is not 100% reliable, but bottom line is you will always get the 6 copies of the mags, and to end the subscription you only need to cancel your online banking direct debit. And to get any freebies is just icing on the cake
#3
Thanks for sharing deal.

Decent reading for a quid.
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royals
last time they screwed up my order

I do enjoy reading such informed and constructive posts !
#5
Doesnt work. When I click "6 ISSUES for just £1" I select UK, then its £29.99 or £59.99?
#6
doesn't really matter, i suppose we as the consumers do need to know all the facts about shopping on the internet, even if it is the negative feedback. What JR Hartley should do perhaps is to expain how it happened??
#8
Just go to poundland save yourself the hassel
#9
ordered :)
#10
jaydee777
Just go to poundland save yourself the hassel


Do they have 6 issues and a Draper Pressure Gauge at poundland?

Edited By: macca30 on Aug 16, 2010 22:54: oops
#11
Good deal if you want the magazine - easy to cancel etc if you're worried about that. I think I did it by email. There is a chance of getting the free gift, but they may just have 100 or 500 or 1 to give away
#12
Got this deal last time (free Mini Maglite); all worked just fine. Got a nice Maglite in a presentation case (a small Xmas pressie for someone) plus 6 issues to read whilst sitting on the loo :-)
#13
simonspeakeasy
Got this deal last time (free Mini Maglite); all worked just fine. Got a nice Maglite in a presentation case (a small Xmas pressie for someone) plus 6 issues to read whilst sitting on the loo :-)


me to :) .......... just re-ordered all looks good
#14
The free maglite they gave away free last time is absolutly shocking!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#15
alexhickman89
The free maglite they gave away free last time is absolutly shocking!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


True :(
#16
dazhas
[quote=simonspeakeasy]
me to :) .......... just re-ordered all looks good


Me too , Got all 6 magazines + maglite torch
#17
Who needs just a tyre pressure gauge? What you need is an inflator with a gauge built in.
#18
Ordered , Thanks
#19
RedOnRed
Who needs just a tyre pressure gauge? What you need is an inflator with a gauge built in.

Actually, I don't need an inflator with a gauge built in - who is the "you" to whom you are referring?

The gauges on cheap inflators are notoriously inaccurate, personally I would opt for a cheap compressor for emergencies and a standalone tyre pressure gauge for checking your tyre pressure accurately and periodically.

I would then use the petrol station forecourt tyre inflators for any serious pumping up of tyres (they're generally free on Shell forecourts, most others you have to pay) and check the pressures afterwards with your standalone gauge.

Cheap compressors take an age to even add a few psi and often cannot add pressure above 36 psi or so (should you ever want/need to inflate your tyres that high).
#20
i hate thta rutherford guy who writes for auto express "always on your side"? bah
#21
Youngsyr
RedOnRed
Who needs just a tyre pressure gauge? What you need is an inflator with a gauge built in.


Actually, I don't need an inflator with a gauge built in - who is the "you" to whom you are referring?

The gauges on cheap inflators are notoriously inaccurate, personally I would opt for a cheap compressor for emergencies and a standalone tyre pressure gauge for checking your tyre pressure accurately and periodically.

I would then use the petrol station forecourt tyre inflators for any serious pumping up of tyres (they're generally free on Shell forecourts, most others you have to pay) and check the pressures afterwards with your standalone gauge.

Cheap compressors take an age to even add a few psi and often cannot add pressure above 36 psi or so (should you ever want/need to inflate your tyres that high).


Round our way most places tend to be out of order, especially the free ones. All I can say is that when I bought this product that I posted some time ago it's worked perfectly in every way since and does save the hassle of going out to some forecourt for inflation. It certainly doesn't take an age to inflate either.

Edited By: RedOnRed on Aug 17, 2010 14:44: Update
#22
ordered thanks !
#23
RedOnRed
Youngsyr
RedOnRed
Who needs just a tyre pressure gauge? What you need is an inflator with a gauge built in.
Actually, I don't need an inflator with a gauge built in - who is the "you" to whom you are referring?The gauges on cheap inflators are notoriously inaccurate, personally I would opt for a cheap compressor for emergencies and a standalone tyre pressure gauge for checking your tyre pressure accurately and periodically.I would then use the petrol station forecourt tyre inflators for any serious pumping up of tyres (they're generally free on Shell forecourts, most others you have to pay) and check the pressures afterwards with your standalone gauge.Cheap compressors take an age to even add a few psi and often cannot add pressure above 36 psi or so (should you ever want/need to inflate your tyres that high).
Round our way most places tend to be out of order, especially the free ones. All I can say is that when I bought this product that I posted some time ago it's worked perfectly in every way since and does save the hassle of going out to some forecourt for inflation. It certainly doesn't take an age to inflate either.

Horses for courses, but the sentiments expressed in your last post are very different to those in your first one.

I get by quite happily with a standalone gauge, a cheap 12V compressor, a bicycle pump and the petrol station forecourt compressors and I'd happily bet that I check and change tyre pressures more frequently than 99.9% of the people on this forum.

Edited By: Youngsyr on Aug 17, 2010 16:08: Update
#24
Youngsyr
RedOnRed
Youngsyr
RedOnRed
Who needs just a tyre pressure gauge? What you need is an inflator with a gauge built in.
Actually, I don't need an inflator with a gauge built in - who is the "you" to whom you are referring?The gauges on cheap inflators are notoriously inaccurate, personally I would opt for a cheap compressor for emergencies and a standalone tyre pressure gauge for checking your tyre pressure accurately and periodically.I would then use the petrol station forecourt tyre inflators for any serious pumping up of tyres (they're generally free on Shell forecourts, most others you have to pay) and check the pressures afterwards with your standalone gauge.Cheap compressors take an age to even add a few psi and often cannot add pressure above 36 psi or so (should you ever want/need to inflate your tyres that high).
Round our way most places tend to be out of order, especially the free ones. All I can say is that when I bought this product that I posted some time ago it's worked perfectly in every way since and does save the hassle of going out to some forecourt for inflation. It certainly doesn't take an age to inflate either.


Horses for courses, but the sentiments expressed in your last post are very different to those in your first one.

I get by quite happily with a standalone gauge, a cheap 12V compressor, a bicycle pump and the petrol station forecourt compressors and I'd happily bet that I check and change tyre pressures more frequently than 99.9% of the people on this forum.


The sentiment may be different but ultimately it's the same message.

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