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9ft x 9ft tarpaulin £3.50 @ amazon (+ £3.99 non prime)

£3.50 @ Amazon
These are really useful mine will be kept in the car to protect interior with seats down. I have also bought another for home and garden. Great for dragging grass clippings etc “No Rush” op… Read More
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9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago
These are really useful mine will be kept in the car to protect interior with seats down.

I have also bought another for home and garden.

Great for dragging grass clippings etc

“No Rush” option so £2.50 plus digital credit

☞ amazon reviews 93% 4 or 5 star

Sorry - Pool NOT included!!

Photo in top right of page is NOT the item
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1 Like #1
Lowest ever price £3.50
http://i65.tinypic.com/v77czk.png

Edited By: deany76 on Sep 09, 2016 10:47
1 Like #2
The photo looks like a swimming bag?
#3
pinacolada123
The photo looks like a swimming bag?

I've change the photo but please note the photo in top right of page is NOT the item
thanks
1 Like #4
Nice price, especially with a £1 credit for no rush delivery.
#5
everything I have is measured in metres, is this old stock from the 1950s?
1 Like #6
Thank you, very handy.
1 Like #7
99rb
everything I have is measured in metres, is this old stock from the 1950s?

LOL I thought the same, to be fair on the company they do show metric in "Product description'
http://i66.tinypic.com/2zs20i8.png
#8
Thanks, about to put the liner in my fish pond so will drop this on top of the sand for extra protection.
#9
Says £4.75 P&P for non-Prime.

How do you get it for £3.99?
#10
tek-monkey
Thanks, about to put the liner in my fish pond so will drop this on top of the sand for extra protection.

Hi
I don't think this is the thickest of tarpaulins not sure about long term waterproof properties.
1 Like #11
deany76
tek-monkey
Thanks, about to put the liner in my fish pond so will drop this on top of the sand for extra protection.
Hi
I don't think this is the thickest of tarpaulins not sure about long term waterproof properties.

Its OK, I have a waterproof liner and some basic underlay. This is just an extra layer against the sand base, overkill most likely but at this price I may as well!
1 Like #12
Yay process a dead body has just gotten cheaper!
1 Like #13
99rb
everything I have is measured in metres, is this old stock from the 1950s?
Maybe so but that's primarily because sellers of most items (there are statutory exceptions) have been legally forced to sell in metric despite the majority of the British public preferring the use of British measurements for most purposes:
https://yougov.co.uk/opi/surveys/results#/survey/fb696aa0-6e8e-11e6-87b8-005056900101/question/14aefd90-6e8f-11e6-87b8-005056900101/social
#14
Anyone think this would be good enough to keep a picnic bench covered for the winter?
1 Like #15
Glenthorne
99rb
everything I have is measured in metres, is this old stock from the 1950s?
Maybe so but that's primarily because sellers of most items (there are statutory exceptions) have been legally forced to sell in metric despite the majority of the British public preferring the use of British measurements for most purposes:https://yougov.co.uk/opi/surveys/results#/survey/fb696aa0-6e8e-11e6-87b8-005056900101/question/14aefd90-6e8f-11e6-87b8-005056900101/social

I think the worse "con" is advertising litres rather than gallons at fuel pumps - as we all think MPG not MPL plus it looks more attractive to the Oil companies for them to sell at £1.10 a litre than £5.00 a gallon. I feel its wrong.
USA (in US gal)
http://i64.tinypic.com/16m3ds0.png


Edited By: deany76 on Sep 09, 2016 12:40
1 Like #16
dewonderful
Anyone think this would be good enough to keep a picnic bench covered for the winter?

I would say so esp. at this price - also very flexible has plenty of alternative uses
cheers

Edited By: deany76 on Sep 09, 2016 12:44
1 Like #17
Ordered and heat added. Thanks OP.
1 Like #18
I've ordered 10 of these "Hook and loop" 22mm for the back of the car http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/191420104056?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&var=490518996831&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT will post back if its a success.


Edited By: deany76 on Sep 09, 2016 13:21
#19
Is this fully waterproof? hoping to cover bikes..
#20
Rips easily, dont waste your money
1 Like #21
adi0604
Is this fully waterproof? hoping to cover bikes..

Hi
I would say it is fully waterproof yes its sold by a swimming pool company https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bestway/b/ref=bl_dp_s_web_1651922031?ie=UTF8&node=1651922031&field-lbr_brands_browse-bin=Bestway - if left out for a considerable time - years - it may start to deteriorate - but it's a fair price.

Edited By: deany76 on Sep 09, 2016 13:41
#22
jayjayuk1234
Rips easily, dont waste your money

The reviews (93% 4 or 5 star) don't mention that it "rips easily" or they had "wasted their money" some say the material is thin but no mention of rips. I guess it depends on how you treat it.
Did you buy this exact item from amazon?

Edited By: deany76 on Sep 09, 2016 13:49
#23
deany76
jayjayuk1234
Rips easily, dont waste your money
The reviews (93% 4 or 5 star) don't mention that it "rips easily" some say the material is thin but no mention of rips. I guess it depends on how you treat it.
Did you buy this exact item from amazon?

Yeah same item, bought it last month at the same price. Didn't mishandle it, not sure how it ripped but it's very thin and as a result has limited uses compared with a similar thicker and hardwearing tarp

As for reviews..... only 27 people have bothered to review it, i wouldn't rely on this too much - i didn't feel compelled to leave a review, it cost £3.50 and it ripped, didn't surprise me really

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Sep 09, 2016 13:51
#24
jayjayuk1234
deany76
jayjayuk1234
Rips easily, dont waste your money
The reviews (93% 4 or 5 star) don't mention that it "rips easily" some say the material is thin but no mention of rips. I guess it depends on how you treat it.
Did you buy this exact item from amazon?
Yeah same item, bought it last month at the same price. Didn't mishandle it, not sure how it ripped but it's very thin and as a result has limited uses compared with a similar thicker and hardwearing tarp
As for reviews..... only 27 people have bothered to review it, i wouldn't rely on this too much - i didn't feel compelled to leave a review, it cost £3.50 and it ripped, didn't surprise me really

With you saying you bought it last month it wasn't from amazon though as you are "anti amazon" and cancelled your account a few months ago - http://www.hotukdeals.com/ask/amazon-demanding-photo-id-from-have-suspended-account-2470513

Edited By: deany76 on Sep 09, 2016 13:57
#25
i can't see any at £3.50?
#26
OOS
1 Like #27
Just bought it! I am prime member
1 Like #28
deany76
jayjayuk1234
deany76
jayjayuk1234
Rips easily, dont waste your money
The reviews (93% 4 or 5 star) don't mention that it "rips easily" some say the material is thin but no mention of rips. I guess it depends on how you treat it.
Did you buy this exact item from amazon?
Yeah same item, bought it last month at the same price. Didn't mishandle it, not sure how it ripped but it's very thin and as a result has limited uses compared with a similar thicker and hardwearing tarp
As for reviews..... only 27 people have bothered to review it, i wouldn't rely on this too much - i didn't feel compelled to leave a review, it cost £3.50 and it ripped, didn't surprise me really
With you saying you bought it last month it wasn't from amazon though as you are "anti amazon" and cancelled your account a few months ago - http://www.hotukdeals.com/ask/amazon-demanding-photo-id-from-have-suspended-account-2470513

Looking through my previous threads? lol?

Amazon reinstated my account after i complained, and gave me vouchers

Btw, i love how you think i would lie about a £3.50 tarp....lol! what reason would i have?? :D:D




Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Sep 09, 2016 14:59
#29
heat got 2
#30
saghirh
heat got 2

Between relatives & work we got 4 all no rush.
Great deal.
Cheers
#31
Had one of these covering something outside since march this year, threw it away last weekend as it had literally rotted away. As we have not had any really bad weather can only presume they do not like direct sunlight.
#32
Argoj
Had one of these covering something outside since march this year, threw it away last weekend as it had literally rotted away. As we have not had any really bad weather can only presume they do not like direct sunlight.

Mine wont be in direct sunlight for long.
Thanks for the tip to keep its away from sunlight for extended periods.
cheers

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