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Telescopic tree lopper £5.99 @ aldi

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Reduced from £9.99 to £5.99. Found at Hatfield aldi.
amz_h1 Avatar3h, 17m agoFound 3 hours, 17 minutes ago5 Comments
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Ah - a lopper, not a looper. I wondered what that was!
good find op, heat added
I've got this, it's actually pretty good and a steal at that price. Very sharp blades, doubles as a mini saw as well as lopper at the end of an extendable pole.
Ahh... I can sort out that telescopic tree now!
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Edited By: amz_h1 on May 24, 2016 15:28
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Russell Hobbs Canterbury Kettle £14.99 @ Aldi

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cheapest i have seen
lsmigelskyte Avatar1d, 6h agoFound 1 day, 6 hours ago12 Comments
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great
Bit late for most stores I think?

I got the last one on the shelves in Harlow on Friday.
sold out online
I got all 3 matching items last week (kettle, toaster and microwave all in black) using Aldi's free home delivery."plus you get Aldi's 3 year warranty.
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Melamine picnicware set £2.99 at Aldi

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Lovely quality thick melamine plates, bowls and cups at Aldi at the moment. 4 pack for only £2.99! They come in different colours too! :-)
Madz1982 Avatar1d, 20h agoFound 1 day, 20 hours ago7 Comments
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I just find ceramic a bit classier to be honest, agreed that chipping could be an issue, so I pack it carefully, same as an apple I wouldn't want bruised.
I put melamine from Poundland in my dishwasher all the time and it has never melted, not even on a hot wash.
So ceramic is too heavy then. Well my ceramic side plate, bought cheaper than this melamine, from Sainsbury's weighs 275 g. That is about the same as a yoghurt and an apple, only slightly more than a small fruit shoot or less than a quater of a bottle of prosecco. Not really the heaviest item in my picnic bag to be honest. Also melamine melts in the dishwasher, my ceramic does not.

This is an example where you have a cupboard full of good plates already, and the marketeers at Aldi convince you to part with cash for more plates that you didn't really need. By tricking you to spend money on extra plates they keep you poor and then guarantee you'll always shop at Aldi, it's a well disguised trap.
OK, not slagging this off but why do we need melamine plates at a picnic. If you are sitting on the floor and drop your plate, it is unlikely to break from the few inches tumbling to soft earth.
Different matter if it comes flying off the dining table onto your designer kitchen flagstones, yet we are happy to nosh off of fine Jamie Oliver porcelain stuff. confused.com

What don't you get? Melamine is lightweight and reusable, hence why people prefer to use it than say, paper plates. Ceramic tableware is obviously often too heavy to take on picnics.

Edited By: squiff on May 22, 2016 23:04
OK, not slagging this off but why do we need melamine plates at a picnic. If you are sitting on the floor and drop your plate, it is unlikely to break from the few inches tumbling to soft earth.

Different matter if it comes flying off the dining table onto your designer kitchen flagstones, yet we are happy to nosh off of fine Jamie Oliver porcelain stuff. confused.com
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Snackrite crisps variety 30 bags £2.49 @ Aldi

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Snackrite crisps in 2 varieties (classic or meaty) - 30 bags (6 per each flavour) for £2.49. Not much of a reduction from original price (£2.69 if I remember correctly), but a good price nonetheless.
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nice crisps, bit always have to throw about 6 bags away as they're open inside the multipack!
Love these crisps.
Awful crisps, salty and greasy. Probably the worst of the supermarket own brands.

Are you kidding? Aldi crisps are so saltless I can't eat them. Awful they are, salty the are not.
Walkers crisps are vile. These are OK.

Golden Wonder are the best. More places need to sell the big packs of those.
think they are fine, but you can ram Worcestershire Sauce ones.

Walkers are usually only 10p per bag or less (30 or 40 packs)
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ALDI online 28cm non-stick dishwasher-safe frying pan £12.99 (price includes free delivery)

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- 28cm frying pan with Porcelain enamelled outer - 3-layer Whitford QuanTanium stone-effect non-stick coating - Dishwasher safe - Oven safe - Suitable for use on all hobs, excluding induction - 2 colo…
aylesj Avatar2d, 3h agoFound 2 days, 3 hours ago8 Comments
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bluepeter78
Home bargains have been doing Pyrex non stick pans at half the price of Amazon (Pyrex inducta).
Fantastic pans.


Good call this Aldi pan sucks lasted 3 days before my handle fell off
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I have this pan and it's great! I don't use any oil to make pancakes and it washes well
Home bargains have been doing Pyrex non stick pans at half the price of Amazon (Pyrex inducta).
Fantastic pans.
aarbacellos is probably referring to recent information citing the dangers of traditional non-stick because it gradually comes off in your food......
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SIM - Self Inflating 5cm Camping Mat £14.99 @ Aldi

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Seems like a good price for a 5cm SIM to me,as 2.5cm versions are this sort of price,or higher.I bought a 10cm SIM for £35 a few weeks back,wish I had waited now,as it is going on a camp bed anyway,wh…
DrTerror Avatar2d, 4h agoFound 2 days, 4 hours ago20 Comments
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These benefit from a couple of large lungfuls of air blown into them before tightening the valve.
bugsbunny32
will they be for sale instore at some point?
Its free delivery ATM if you're worried about delivery charge
No, delivery is £4.99
No, it's free at the moment.
bugsbunny32
will they be for sale instore at some point?
Its free delivery ATM if you're worried about delivery charge


No, delivery is £4.99
will they be for sale instore at some point?
Its free delivery ATM if you're worried about delivery charge
just like to see what I'm buying, and never around for delivery
will they be for sale instore at some point?
Its free delivery ATM if you're worried about delivery charge
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Aldi Lightway 5w Cree Led trekking Torch only £6.99 pre-order online for dispatch on 26th May

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Aldi Product Description: Take this torch with you on your next adventure! It's waterproof and impact and shock resistant, with a beam length of 130 metres. Accessories Included: Batteries Included
jordanc93 Avatar3d, 51m agoFound 3 days, 51 minutes ago34 Comments
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Website is stating both colour options are sold out online but will be available instore soon.
Pity about the flickering. It's been a common problem with a lot of cheap crees I've had.
Check your torch as soon as possible after purchase as I took mine on holiday only to find out that there was a problem with it where the LED just kept on flickering. I changed the batteries but it didn't make a difference.
Same here, kept flickering right out the box, had to return it.
Great bit of kit much better than maglite for the money just ordered another. nice carrying case and belt clip.
Maglite are way better quality than these.They're built to last unlike these cheap looking,Chines imports.
The ALDI one comes with a 3 year warranty and helpline something none of the chinese imports offer. Maglite's closest spec to this regarding lumens I found online for £30 which is out of many peoples budgets for a torch. £6.99 is a good price for a torch that also comes with a 3 year warranty. Your basing the quality of this item on past experience of cheap imports from Chinese websites, have you even tried any of the Cree torches that aldi have offered in the past?

Edited By: jordanc93 on May 22, 2016 23:27: extra information
Just for reference, it looks the same as the one I bought at this price last year. It uses 2AA batteries. It's been knocked around and used daily, it's well engineered, rubber o rings between All the sections, it's about 6mm longer than a £20 note. Comes with a useful carry case. Hope the pic upload works.

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Aldi Jersey Royal Potatoes 500g - 49p

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Aldi Jersey Royal Potatoes 500g - 49p ( 98p per kg), Picked some of these up in Aldi the morning, Morrisons Signature Jersey Royal New Potatoes 450g £1.00 Tesco Jersey Royal Potatoes 450g £1.00 Sa…
oscarcat Avatar3d, 5h agoFound 3 days, 5 hours ago20 Comments
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As you get older your taste buds change, and nothing tastes as good as the fifties when Mummy did the cooking.
Grossly overhyped and underflavoured. Good a while back but now about as worthwhile as Richmond sausages. Wait for some decent new potatoes from Lincolnshire or Norfolk and taste the difference.
They are nice but haven't tasted anything like real Jersey Royals used to be for many years. I guess they're going for volume over quality these days?
I totally agree , they just do not have the same flavour anymore.
but heat added all the same as it is a good price.


They don't taste the same because the eurocrats stopped them using seaweed as fertiliser which they used to drag from the beaches on to the fields
good deal but i won't be touching them as i prefer to wait a few weeks until my home grown is ready
Are they good? I tried the Tesco ones recently as they were reduced to clear to 20p instead of £2 but they were not as tasty as expected.
I guess I'll have to wait for the Waitrose ones to be reduced to clear again, they are the only tasty ones I had recently...
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Porcelain Spring Teatime Assortment £5.99 @ Aldi

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Spring Teatime Assortment Choose from Cup, Saucer and Cake Plate, Milk and Sugar Set (available in 2 designs only), Teapot or Cake Stand. This does not seem to be available on-line but it is in their…
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Bounce Protein Balls instore at Aldi for 89p

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Usually £2 for one ..Apple&Cinnamon tastes really nice
buzzmanisbosse Avatar4d, 20h agoFound 4 days, 20 hours ago17 Comments
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What store?


Selly Oak but nationwide
Plenty in Rotherham store
amzzzzyyyy
What are they for


​to help mens **** grow!
just eat boiled eggs
What are they for
Eating :)
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Genius Gluten Free Bread 89p @ Aldi

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Just been to Aldi and Genius bread is 89p..crumpets & pancakes were 99p per pack. Usually pay £3 from Tesco :|
beccad2 Avatar5d, 20m agoFound 5 days, 20 minutes ago8 Comments
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£1.29 for the bread at Aldi Kendal. 99p for the crumpets but they taste awful unfortunately.
The Genius bread in my Aldi has a use by date of 20th May.
Wife saw this a few hours ago. £3 in other places as you say!

Edited By: Moncymru on May 19, 2016 22:44
Wow. Never seen these under a pound before.
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Folding Trolley 50kg Load Capacity £9.99 Del @ Aldi (Pre-order dispatched 26th May)

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Thought this looked a decent price with home delivery, ideal fo picnics, camping or festivals. Has a load capacity of 50kg, so not too shabby. Use this Folding Trolley to transport equipment to and fr…
wishihadadonkey Avatar5d, 5h agoFound 5 days, 5 hours ago13 Comments
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Itsbedo
Bought a folding one from Aldi £15 for Glastonbury last year. Honestly didn't even get it out of the car park. Wheelbarrow for me this year. Come to think of it anyone seen a cheap one?
Sorry make that toolstation
Better off just going to Wickes and buying a complete one, rather than buying a self build barrow.
P.s must stop hitting that 'like' button by mistake!
Less then 10 screws to put together... You pay 20% +/- more for it to be built for you

That's exactly what I thought too (and a mate in the same game)...then it took ages to put together, and its the one labourers fear to use as its so unstable....always going for the squeaky battered rusty old Wickes one instead.
I'm borrowing the girlfriends dads this year, just hope I don't loose it
Askrulous
Itsbedo
Bought a folding one from Aldi £15 for Glastonbury last year. Honestly didn't even get it out of the car park. Wheelbarrow for me this year. Come to think of it anyone seen a cheap one?

Sorry make that toolstation

Better off just going to Wickes and buying a complete one, rather than buying a self build barrow.

P.s must stop hitting that 'like' button by mistake!





Less then 10 screws to put together... You pay 20% +/- more for it to be built for you. Not exactly hard to put together and saves money kinda is the idea of the site.

PS if your taking it to Glastonbury you may not want a constructed wheelbarrow
Bought a folding one from Aldi £15 for Glastonbury last year. Honestly didn't even get it out of the car park.
Why?
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Portable Gas Cooker £7.99 from next Thursday @ Aldi

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Good value for this type of his lightweight gas cooker. Colour: Black Dimensions: 345 x 282 x 82 mm Ignition: Piezo Ignition Material: Steel Accessories Included Carry Case (Gas refill 4 pack £4.99 A…
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Much better than Camping Gaz etc for actually cooking on.
Less ideal for carrying any kind of distance, of course.
Gas cans don't last long, but fine for occasional use.
Bought one from Halfords for £10 and have been using it a fair bit as the wife don't like the stink left by burgers/sausages etc. They are great, but now I am considering a double one with a bigger gas cylinder

Get a BBQ lol
Double one at Amazon,
Yellowstone Compact Double Burner - Multi-Colour by Yellowstone £12.72

Boiling Ring Hose Kit Includes Screw on Butane Regulator for 4.5Kg Butane by Continental £8.28
Not sure what gas.







£12.72
Bought one from Halfords for £10 and have been using it a fair bit as the wife don't like the stink left by burgers/sausages etc. They are great, but now I am considering a double one with a bigger gas cylinder
Australia has banned them last year for safety reason but they are back now. With some more expensive stickers. link
Thanks for that - I found the link you posted very interesting. I have long had my doubts about these cookers re safety and wonder if the ones sold in the UK have had the safety improvements that the Oz ones have had?
I imagine using a gas cannister out in very hot oz increases the chances of one of them exploding. A hot summer's day in the UK on a hot beach, where you often see these things used, makes me wonder how safe they are.

We took 15 of these for our school's DOfE, we had 4 fires due to the bottles not seating correctly and spraying butane out the sides. Some of this may be due to 'sleepy teenager error', but it really shouldn't be that easy to get it that wrong. The bottles with the hobs on top are far safer in my experience.
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ALDI motorcycle reductions in store

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Was in ALDI Yarm, they have reduced motorcycle "stuff". Here are the examples: Jeans from £34.99 to £12.50, Gloves from £19.99 to £10., the bag pack from £14.99 (good price anyway) to £7.50. The bike
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my local aldu jeans were only reduced to £32.50 leather jacket was £80... nothing else in stock
backinstock
Is the cycle stuff reduced as well? Or only the motorcycle stuff?
Some of the cycling stuff was reduced, I picked a jacket up and it was cycling, no idea on prices.
the gloves are good even for £20. not good if you have big hands tho.
Is the cycle stuff reduced as well? Or only the motorcycle stuff?

Edited By: backinstock on May 19, 2016 12:21
joedastudd
Tried 2 stores when the leather motorcycle jacket was on offer, but very little stock left (nothing motorcycle related in one and the other just had bags) and that was a week ago
The leather jackets were nice, but each store only got a few. There was one reduced in my local. But it was just thrown on the racks. I suspect it will have been scratched. They should have been hung up.
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5 piece ratchet spanner set - Aldi £9.99 from Sunday 22nd

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As above. Good price for a 5 piece set. Polished chrome vanadium steel 72 teeth ratchet 180° turnable head 8mm, 10mm, 13mm, 15mm and 17mm
pennyfarthing88 Avatar5d, 21h agoFound 5 days, 21 hours ago37 Comments
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Just bought some. Well worth it.
lol didnt know this was a ratchet spanner
this makes this deal VERY good
hot

Edited By: ismaildeals123 on May 19, 2016 16:46
Thanks Penny :)
Ideal for my nuts ;)
Bikerdanny
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leep27
till the ratchets fail!!! don't take too much leverage to let go!! speak from buying them in the past. May have been unlucky. but you get what you pay for.
You shouldn't use ratchets for heavy torque - just the loosening and tightening. Nip up or break with spanner end.
Agree, but will comment that a quality ratchet spanner like snap-on or facom will take the abuse from cracking fasteners on and off, but they are 8x the price at least.

I have some "decent" ratchets and I still use a breaker bar or spanner to get me started or nip up unless the torque wrench is required.


Edited By: worthinger on May 19, 2016 15:43
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Garmin Edge 25 reduced further in store £59.99 @ Aldi

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Based on the deal post previously where the Edge 25 was listed at £79.99 I looked to see if it was still available. On the ALDI website it is listed as an in-store only deal. It was still £10 cheaper
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My local still had 8 or 9 left, scanning at 79.99 though.
darren hardie
why would you want this when you can have strava for free. Can anyone can tell me the benefits of this over strava


​It syncs to Strava. For me it means I don't drain my phone on a long 4-6 hour ride but can see how I am getting on. Can also upload a route on advance and follow directions on it (pretty basic admittedly)
if it helps anyone, Ashbourne store (peak district) have 8 left after I bought one.
Thanks! Phoned ahead at Swansea Samlet Road store, "10 in stock". Couldn't see any on the shelf in store so spoke to a manager and she retrieved one from the back. She said she didn't know where they got 10 from on the phone because there were only 2 but sure enough it scanned at 59.99 and the till.
Thanks for posting!. Was gonna buy one of these on wiggle.com for £90 so saved 30 quid

Lots available in Cardiff Ely store - was listed on shelf as £89.99 but checked with manager and was scanning at £59.99. V happy!
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Genius Gluten Free Products (Pancakes, Crumpets & Bread) from £1.49 at Aldi (in-store)

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No life changing news here, but as of 12th May Aldi are selling (although only temporarily I believe) a few Genius branded Gluten Free products in-store... Genius GF Crumpets (4) - £1.49 (usually aro…
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Gluten-free food on the NHS, Free digital magazinesYou and Yours
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Should people with coeliac disease receive gluten free food on the NHS?
Things like gluten free pasta and bread have been widely available on prescription to patients in England, but over the last year, it's been withdrawn in many parts of the country.
The cost to the NHS is relatively small, but some believe the NHS should not be prescribing food to patients at all.
We debate this, and examine if prescriptions are the best way to help people with coeliac disease to meet the extra cost of their food.

you and yours - bbc radio 4.http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07b9r14
Yes, they should. Should the obese get the thousands of pounds of treatment and free surgery on the NHS though? No.
Gluten-free food on the NHS, Free digital magazines

You and Yours

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Should people with coeliac disease receive gluten free food on the NHS?

Things like gluten free pasta and bread have been widely available on prescription to patients in England, but over the last year, it's been withdrawn in many parts of the country.

The cost to the NHS is relatively small, but some believe the NHS should not be prescribing food to patients at all.

We debate this, and examine if prescriptions are the best way to help people with coeliac disease to meet the extra cost of their food.


you and yours - bbc radio 4.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07b9r14

Edited By: seb on May 19, 2016 12:35
GibsonSt19
I've found TESCO's own to be pretty decent. Not a hole or crack in sight (so to speak).
Yes I agree, and the Tesco one I got has no egg either and these Genius ones do the last time I checked


Edited By: gamer21 on May 18, 2016 23:40
gluten free crumpets and bread reduced to 99p in aldi Burntwood! :-)
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Minky retractable clothes line 15m for £2.99 @ Aldi

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Minky 15m retractable clothes line for 2.99 @ Aldi Stechford, Birmingham
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Still £4.49 in County Durham ????
Reduced to £1.99 at ALDI Newtown (Birmingham)
Just picked up the last one at Blackburn. Price on label shows £4.49 but scans at 2.99
Ideal for drying retractable clothes. Ah, I mourn the death of the hyphen ;-(
s1m0nc
only worth it for the cord - mechanism breaks instantaneously on use. aldi customer service ignored my email...

I've had mine for years you must have a faulty one.
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Bike Work/Repair Stand @ Aldi. £19.99 From £24.99. Probably Not In All Stores!

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Found this bike work/repair stand at Aldi Hinckley Road Coventry,reduced from original price of £24.99 to £19.99.Had quite a few left. This probably isn't in all stores as after 4 weeks of these speci…
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Good for the price. Has wall mount option too. No complaints from me.
Loads in Edinburgh, personally not a fan. I think I paid a tenner more for the Edinburgh bike on in they're sale. Not voting either way.
10.00 in aldi Hinckley!
Got mine at £25. Very impressed, good for light to moderate use.
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Aldi Single Induction Hob £29.99

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This Single Induction Hob heats and cools down more quickly than a conventional electric hob. It has lots of great features, including preset cooking programmes, automatic shut-off when not in use and…
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What's fascinating is manufacturers of induction hobs recommend the exercising of caution before cooking using this method by people with pacemakers!

http://thesweethome.com/reviews/best-portable-induction-cooktop/#the-drawbacks-to-induction-cooking
androoski
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androoski
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Another question for any owners, what temperatures can this be set to?
You don't set them to a temperature, you set them to a power level. Setting a temperature on a hob doesn't make much sense.
You can set this to a temperature. Read the OP.....
Yes, I read it. It also says 60 to 240C. But as I said, it doesn't make sense, unless the hob can somehow measure the temperature inside the pan and regulate itself like an oven does with a thermostats.

You are absolutely right. It can not. It couldn't even reduce the power small enough to level 1.
All it does at level 1 is providing the same power as level 3, but with interval gaps.
OB1
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OB1
Another question for any owners, what temperatures can this be set to?
You don't set them to a temperature, you set them to a power level. Setting a temperature on a hob doesn't make much sense.
You can set this to a temperature. Read the OP.....

Yes, I read it. It also says 60 to 240C. But as I said, it doesn't make sense, unless the hob can somehow measure the temperature inside the pan and regulate itself like an oven does with a thermostats.
EN1GMA
this is powered by mains socket? never seen this product before. seems interesting.
Yes, it is powered by a mains socket just like your microwave or TV, and come with a regular 3 pin plug.
androoski
OB1
Another question for any owners, what temperatures can this be set to?
You don't set them to a temperature, you set them to a power level. Setting a temperature on a hob doesn't make much sense.
You can set this to a temperature. Read the OP.....
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