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6 pack gala apples for 34p after ( 25p cashback offer for gala apples.) @ Aldi £0.59

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How to do it: Buy a multi pack of royal gala apples from aldi (59p) Go on tcb, click instore, groceries. Select the 25p cashback offer for gala apples. Take a photo of your receipt and submit…
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Aldi camping stove (Trangia copy) £8.99

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Currently half price with free delivery. Also has a 3 year warranty. Storm Proof Cook Set This lightweight and hard-wearing Storm-Proof Cook Set is quick to set up and easy to light in any weat…
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Thanks, I found one in wellington, Telford store, so other stores may have them for collection. They seem quite sturdy.
Decent price just for the stackable pans!
but you can get the trangia gas burner for it or the chinese copy.lol
Good deal.... Heated.
Although i'm not a fan of spirit burners, too slow...... Prefer gas stoves.
Good deal. Thanks for posting. Now do I really need another camping stove?!

Edited By: Dogeared on Sep 29, 2016 11:08
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Ladies' Quilted Trainers/Tennis Shoes £6.49 + free shipping @ Aldi

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Colour: Tan, Navy Fastening Type: Metal Buckle and cotton flat lace Product Type: Shoes & Trainers Size: Available in 4 - 7 Quilted Trainers - https://www.aldi.co.uk/ladies%27-…
j0sentina Avatar1d, 4h agoFound 1 day, 4 hours ago1 Comment
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Much as I like Aldi and they do some good stuff, there is a reason why clothing and shoes end up at half price.
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Remington Hair Clipper 7.49 + free shipping @ Aldi

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This Remington Hair Clipper comes complete with a cleaning brush and an oil bottle. Accessories Included Cleaning brush Oil bottle Features Advanced self-sharpening steel blades 2 ad…
j0sentina Avatar1d, 4h agoFound 1 day, 4 hours ago14 Comments
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Cracking deal, gutted its OOS. Says in store from 9th June, guessing that means it's very unlikely stores will have stock as they rotate quite often like Lidl don't they?
Worth ringing to see if local has in stock?
I have a sudden burst of nostalgia for Victor Kiam ads for some reason

Edited By: CharlesCalthrop on Sep 29, 2016 01:21
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Boys' Brown Leather Boat Shoes £4.99 + free shipping @ Aldi

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Gender: Boys Material: Leather & Suede Product Type: Shoes & Trainers Size: Available in 8 - 2
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heat added, lovely buy :)
Seen these in store and they are nice. Really must resist ordering another pair of shoes but can't see it happening. They just too cute.
What lovely little shoes. Just ordered the navy ones. Thanks!
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Aldi Pineapple 49p only

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This offer is on at Aldi Rochdale. However must be nationwide.
farrukh37 Avatar1d, 5h agoFound 1 day, 5 hours ago8 Comments
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Pen Pineapple Apple Pen!
Green pineapples, yum
Asda have 50p pineapples in too if that's more convenient for anyone.
50p at ASDA for a big pineapple

Edited By: rmaee on Sep 28, 2016 19:12
good find op, heat added
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Folding picnic table with stools instore at Aldi for £12.50

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folding table with stools 12.50 and only folding table for 6.99 instore Aldi 120/60/50 l see in fenton
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Aldi Titanium+ Drill / Saw / Torch Tool kit reduced to £34.99 from £69.99 Dronfield

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Aldi Titanium+ toolkit containing drill driver, saw, torch and 2 x li-ion batteries. They have 8 of these left in the Dronfield store reduced from £69.99 down to £34.99. Will be a national price…
richardhopkins1 Avatar2d, 4h agoFound 2 days, 4 hours ago7 Comments
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Pretty sure I saw this reduced to around £40 or £50 in Dunston (Gateshead) at the weekend. They had a few left.
col11
good find but aldi store reductions are not always across all stores, I have checked this more then once with my 2 nearest
heat for the deal though


This one definitely is. It was marked up as £64.99 on the label but scanned at the till at £34.99. I checked with customer services first before going to the store. Even the manager looked surprised.

Edited By: richardhopkins1 on Sep 27, 2016 20:46: Forgot to add some detail
good find but aldi store reductions are not always across all stores, I have checked this more then once with my 2 nearest
heat for the deal though
repouk
Having seen these in store, I think £35 is a lot closer to what they are worth than £70!

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Not dismissing your comment, but whys that then? Would have thought the 3 year warranty alone would be worth £35.00
Having seen these in store, I think £35 is a lot closer to what they are worth than £70!

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Aldi Autumn/Winter Bike Gear Is Back! From Thursday 29th September.Prices Start From £1.99.

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Aldi bike gear is back. Some stock is available instore and/or online. From reviews of previous years it's pretty good quality. I have purchased a couple of pairs of winter gloves in the past and they…
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dale86uk
Are the lights usually any good from Aldi?

I have some of the Premium (Moon Comet-type) front & rears from last year. One has failed (due to be returned under warranty) but the others are fine and I've been really happy with them and they do get used regularly. The rear can be set really bright. The front runs very bright also but is more for being seen than seeing with due to the widespread light and not a beam (like my Cateye Volt 300 which I think's great).

I've bought the latest Moon Nebula-type rears and tested them against last year's ones and they are brighter on full blast. They weigh 10g more (54g over 44g) with the rubber seatpost mount but they do come with a saddle mount as well as a belt/bag clip mount (old ones didn't have this).

I think you'll be happy with the £9.99 pack of front & rears (which cost £8.99 for each light last year). The new £12.99 rear is a bargain you'll also be happy with.
matthew1888
decent quality for beginners
Personally I find their gear pretty good on the whole and I will never be at the level of requiring to pay £80+ for a shirt.

For some items it probably pays to spend more e.g breathable jacket to be used used when the weather temperature varies through out a ride and also cycling over trousers (to get breathability). I also have some non aldi / lidl gloves.
riker71
lukeo44
dale86uk
lukeo44
dale86uk
Are the lights usually any good from Aldi?
Depends on the conditions you'll be cycling in and the amount of time/miles you'll spend in darkness.
I personally wouldn't cycle on the road with anything with that sort of light output
There isn't really anyway of getting a decent lighting setup without investing a bit of cash imo. I've tried the cheap Cree lights but the Chargers are so dodgy that its not a long time solution.
I use Moon XP600 on constant with Smart Lunar 35 in flashing on the front and Smart 1/2 watt constant with flashing fibre flare on the rear. Total probably around £100 as I got decent discounts but they've lastest several seasons now
Thanks for the info mate. Good to know. A bit more than I'd be wanting to spend for now as I'm not too into it just yet, maybe around £30-40 is what I hoped.
Fair enough, for that money these are probably the best options
Rear for £10: Link
Front for £24 : Link
Front is 400 lumens and USB rechargable
Road.cc did a lights test with the front link
The lights Aldi sell look like unbranded Moon Comet and Nebula range. The rear one at £12.99 has 100 Lumens output and looks like unbranded Moon Nebula, which retails for £40+https://www.aldi.co.uk/aluminium-red-rear-bike-lights/p/072177062208400https://www.evanscycles.com/moon-nebula-rear-light-EV246502
partner has the £9.99 ones from last year and work fine for her commute
They do look exactly the same! USB charging is a plus as well
Personally wouldn't go as low as 240 lumens for the front but no complaints at the price
lukeo44
dale86uk
lukeo44
dale86uk
Are the lights usually any good from Aldi?
Depends on the conditions you'll be cycling in and the amount of time/miles you'll spend in darkness.
I personally wouldn't cycle on the road with anything with that sort of light output
There isn't really anyway of getting a decent lighting setup without investing a bit of cash imo. I've tried the cheap Cree lights but the Chargers are so dodgy that its not a long time solution.
I use Moon XP600 on constant with Smart Lunar 35 in flashing on the front and Smart 1/2 watt constant with flashing fibre flare on the rear. Total probably around £100 as I got decent discounts but they've lastest several seasons now
Thanks for the info mate. Good to know. A bit more than I'd be wanting to spend for now as I'm not too into it just yet, maybe around £30-40 is what I hoped.
Fair enough, for that money these are probably the best options
Rear for £10: Link
Front for £24 : Link
Front is 400 lumens and USB rechargable
Road.cc did a lights test with the front link

The lights Aldi sell look like unbranded Moon Comet and Nebula range. The rear one at £12.99 has 100 Lumens output and looks like unbranded Moon Nebula, which retails for £40+

https://www.aldi.co.uk/aluminium-red-rear-bike-lights/p/072177062208400
https://www.evanscycles.com/moon-nebula-rear-light-EV246502

partner has the £9.99 ones from last year and work fine for her commute
dale86uk
lukeo44
dale86uk
Are the lights usually any good from Aldi?
Depends on the conditions you'll be cycling in and the amount of time/miles you'll spend in darkness.
I personally wouldn't cycle on the road with anything with that sort of light output
There isn't really anyway of getting a decent lighting setup without investing a bit of cash imo. I've tried the cheap Cree lights but the Chargers are so dodgy that its not a long time solution.
I use Moon XP600 on constant with Smart Lunar 35 in flashing on the front and Smart 1/2 watt constant with flashing fibre flare on the rear. Total probably around £100 as I got decent discounts but they've lastest several seasons now
Thanks for the info mate. Good to know. A bit more than I'd be wanting to spend for now as I'm not too into it just yet, maybe around £30-40 is what I hoped.
Fair enough, for that money these are probably the best options
Rear for £10: Link
Front for £24 : Link
Front is 400 lumens and USB rechargable
Road.cc did a lights test with the front link
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Various Designs 2016 Family Organiser £0.50 at Aldi Northampton

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2016 Family Organiser £0.50 at Aldi Northampton Harlestone Road, possibly national Some come with the organiser itself (with lines, not the 'windows'), paper for shopping list and notes (not sticky)
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Multipurpose Insulation Wrap, Aldi for £6.99

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Length: 7500mm, 600mm width. These are very expensive elsewhere, ie; Wickes £25 (slightly longer) etc
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thanks op
Great price use this to insulate the walls of our old 1900's house attached to battens and plasterboarded also behind radiators to reflect heat into room normaly about £13 at B&Q
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Air Compressor Accessories Kit - £14.99 @ ALDI

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looks like typo £14.99 for this lot ?
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Yep, tried to look for this in-store. Its the wrong picture on website. It should be top half of the stuff pictured.
You do not get what is in the picture only what is in the description so no sander or air chisels or regulator
nice find op, heat added
Kankan101
you need the compressor for them to workhttps://www.aldi.co.uk/2-5hp-air-compressor/p/072538067789200


Customer review:


1 out of 5 stars.
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bit of clever photograph

You do not get what is in the picture only what is in the description so no sander or air chisels or regulator



Accessories Included
High pressure spray gun
Air cleaning engine spray gun
Air blow gun
Tyre inflating gun
3 x adapters (made of plastic)
1 x valve for balls
1 x standard valve for bicycles
1 x french valve for bicycles
10 m x 6 mm air hose with Euro-Quick-coupling transparent reinforced air hose
Instruction manual
Warranty card
Kankan101
you need the compressor for them to workhttps://www.aldi.co.uk/2-5hp-air-compressor/p/072538067789200
.. not much good without would it !
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Rake and Scarifier 1500w £70.00 @ Aldi

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Saw this in Aldi today. Not sure if it's a good deal yet, but seemed a lot cheaper than the DIY shops.
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Interesting
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that's a rake and scarifier, not a mower :)
Are you sure that's a lawn mower? :{
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Play Doh at Aldi - 79p per tub

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If you dont want to go all out and buy a full play doh set. You can buy individual tubs at Aldi. Thought it was a bargain at 79p per tub. These are the original play doh tubs.
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Argos have the 8 packs on 3 for 2. The tubs are 125g.
24 tubs for £10.98 = 46p per tub!
donnamaca
I saw these the other day but they looked smaller than usual. Maybe theyr like cream eggs and get smaller ever year?
A regular tub is 130g but the Aldi ones are 112g. So you're right, they are smaller.
Flour + Salt + Warm Water + Food Colouring.

That's it. Seriously, make your own with your kid and (s)he'll love making it and then playing with it.
Keep it sealed in a plastic bag and it'll last for weeks/months. Goes dry? Just make some more..

My daughter loves the whole process. Far more engaging than "buy me some more, Daddy."
Does it still smell the same as it did 30 years ago? ... ummm Play doh!!!
I saw these on Saturday they aren't full tubs which you can sometimes get for a £1. Not a great deal.
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Yale HSA6200 Wireless Alarm - £74.99 at Aldi

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This alarm system is perfect for a flat, terraced or semi-detached home. An access code can be used to set and unset alarms through a keypad, which can be carried around for extra flexibility. Addi…
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yozzman1234
Visonic make the best wireless alarms , as a fitter , I would not recommend this pile of ******** .
You can bypass the panel with 2 magnets .
Why do you recommend Visionic? is that what you fit? so have experience of them?? what level of product do you need to go in at to get quality and reliability? master? max?max pro? etc. etc..

Yes I am being Cheeky and tapping your professional knowledge for free ;) Feel free to pm me if you'd prefer :)

Cheers, Nick
Visonic make the best wireless alarms , as a fitter , I would not recommend this pile of ******** .
You can bypass the panel with 2 magnets .

Edited By: yozzman1234 on Sep 26, 2016 20:19: Spelling
Had no end of glitches with a wireless yale.
great deal. I paid over a hundred a few more than ago at screw fix and that was on offer then. good alarm
great deal. I paid over a hundred a few months ago at screw fix and that was on offer then. good alarm


Edited By: haGGard on Sep 26, 2016 06:39: spelling mistake
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Aldi - New Gluten Free Range - 6 muffins for £1.29

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Just noticed Aldi are finally doing a gluten free range, lots of different items on the web link but I really like the 6 muffins for £1.29 - not sure of size but other stores charge around £1 a muffin…
googley2 Avatar4d, 23h agoFound 4 days, 23 hours ago15 Comments
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As a coeliac this is fab news! I've been waiting for an Aldi gluten free range for forever!
the_zooter
BigYoSpeck

Because only like 1% of people need gluten free food and all the other people buying it thinking that avoiding gluten is healthy are going to deplete the stocks for that 1% who do need to avoid gluten.
But it's mostly sad that people think avoiding gluten is healthy, all while consuming fatty, sugary, salty products like this if they don't have celiac disease.
I'm not disputing about people doing it for health reasons that aren't Coeliacs, I'm just suggesting that it's not necessarily sad and it certainly doesn't "deplete the stocks" for those who need it. Far from it. Without the fad dieters, there wouldn't be nearly as much choice for coeliacs now as there is, because manufacturers just wouldn't do the R&D as there isn't sufficient return on investment. So the 99% (your figures, not mine) are helping the 1% to get a wider variety of food. Speaking from experience, the gluten free food that was available 20 years ago was hard to source and not very appetising. Now you can barely tell the difference in some products. That's thanks to the fad dieters, not people with a genuine intolerance to gluten.

You're spot on, some is quite edible, bread is still crap though :|
the_zooter
BigYoSpeck

Because only like 1% of people need gluten free food and all the other people buying it thinking that avoiding gluten is healthy are going to deplete the stocks for that 1% who do need to avoid gluten.
But it's mostly sad that people think avoiding gluten is healthy, all while consuming fatty, sugary, salty products like this if they don't have celiac disease.
I'm not disputing about people doing it for health reasons that aren't Coeliacs, I'm just suggesting that it's not necessarily sad and it certainly doesn't "deplete the stocks" for those who need it. Far from it. Without the fad dieters, there wouldn't be nearly as much choice for coeliacs now as there is, because manufacturers just wouldn't do the R&D as there isn't sufficient return on investment. So the 99% (your figures, not mine) are helping the 1% to get a wider variety of food. Speaking from experience, the gluten free food that was available 20 years ago was hard to source and not very appetising. Now you can barely tell the difference in some products. That's thanks to the fad dieters, not people with a genuine intolerance to gluten.

I hadn't considered that, you have a good point for the benefits to those who need it.

It's still sad that is achieved through the poor education of the masses though. I want to punch people in the gut who say 'oh I think I have a slight intolerance' and say that's how you'd feel if you did! ☺
http://67.media.tumblr.com/7cdd21c0ebb143648e5f17c71c9fe836/tumblr_ncs3mzsDt91qz8x31o1_500.gif
BigYoSpeck

Because only like 1% of people need gluten free food and all the other people buying it thinking that avoiding gluten is healthy are going to deplete the stocks for that 1% who do need to avoid gluten.
But it's mostly sad that people think avoiding gluten is healthy, all while consuming fatty, sugary, salty products like this if they don't have celiac disease.
I'm not disputing about people doing it for health reasons that aren't Coeliacs, I'm just suggesting that it's not necessarily sad and it certainly doesn't "deplete the stocks" for those who need it. Far from it. Without the fad dieters, there wouldn't be nearly as much choice for coeliacs now as there is, because manufacturers just wouldn't do the R&D as there isn't sufficient return on investment. So the 99% (your figures, not mine) are helping the 1% to get a wider variety of food. Speaking from experience, the gluten free food that was available 20 years ago was hard to source and not very appetising. Now you can barely tell the difference in some products. That's thanks to the fad dieters, not people with a genuine intolerance to gluten.
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Gluten Free Fusilli and Spaghetti 500g for 99p at Aldi

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Good price for gluten free pasta at Aldi - two types. Cheaper than all the other chains - £1.20 at Asda, £1.89 at Waitrose for example. Good news for coeliacs! Only a special buy, not a stock line.
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you're all wrong* there are several conditions affected by Gluten and/or Wheat . In fact any grain with a gluten like structure can affect the gut. This is why gut-disorders have soared because when wholegrains became popular the digestion systems started to get overloaded and blocked up. And this not even included the anti-nutrient factors or autoimmune disruption. Sure, on the whole maybe only 10% of the population, but thats still a lot of people who have a demand for it.
ScaryStalketDude
jennagough
hitchslap
didn't know there were that many celiacs on here?
What a siĺly thing to say
maybe they were being sarcastic. or maybe they were genuinely surprised at the amount of attention it got? do you always scorn people who are willing to admit their previous ignorance? in that case we should never learn anything because that a silly thing to do.
Bore off!
ScaryStalketDude
jennagough
hitchslap
didn't know there were that many celiacs on here?
What a siĺly thing to say

maybe they were being sarcastic. or maybe they were genuinely surprised at the amount of attention it got? do you always scorn people who are willing to admit their previous ignorance? in that case we should never learn anything because that a silly thing to do.

lol, it was just a comment. people on the internet are so tetchy :) must be the whole anonymity thing
johnnywishbone
1 in 100 people are Coeliac where gluten free is a must. Others are avoiding gluten due to various health conditions e.g IBS.. This post will help many people. good work op and Aldi, your helping bring down the price.

gluten-free does nothing for IBS

pure pseudoscience.. a myth
jennagough
hitchslap
didn't know there were that many celiacs on here?
What a siĺly thing to say

how so?

1% of people are celiac.
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Turbo trainer fluid £69.99 @ aldi

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In store from next Thursday 29th in aldi fluid turbo trainer there are other offers on bike kit next week too. Product Description Get active whatever the weather this Fluid Turbo Trainer.…
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Ikolpdog
afroylnt
... I admire your enthusiasm to use a trainer outside..
I have been sat here waiting for a pause in the rain which has just arrived! So long as I can get 10 minutes to warm up before it returns I will be out there for about an hour. Takes me a couple of minutes to set up and as long again to put away.
The image on Aldi's site looks very much like a Mag trainer to me and not a fluid one! Still a good price for a Mag trainer especially with the three year warranty and my years of experience with cheap Mag trainers tells me you won't need that warranty even with regular soakings mine goes on strong. Only problem is the front wheel risers usually collapse after a few months, I use a block of wood instead.
Seen in store definitely a Fluid one, picture on Aldi site must be Mag trainer from last year.

Edited By: Gripper1963 on Sep 29, 2016 19:20
Anyone know what the make/model is?
The Minoura doesn't appear to have any adjustment in the feet for an uneven surface, the Bikehut trainer (also halfords) at £70 has rotatable feet that allow for a few mm of adjustment at each corner and would be my choice. A rocking trainer is very disconcerting when you are spinning at 80-90rpm.

You can get Mag trainers in the style of the Bikehut one (and the Aldi photo) new from Ebay for £35 and less delivered. As you may not get on with one I would advise spend as little as possible on the trainer and invest in heart rate & cadence sensors ideally ones that can upload to a computer/internet as seeing the gradual improvements in your fitness will be the thing that will keep you motivated. If you are still using it every other day this time next year you can then either upgrade or like me keep bashing away on the cheapo Mag trainer :).
Now sold out on line so only available in store from Thursday. Any ideas how this would compare with the Minoura B60-D Turbo Trainer (Magnetic) on offer at £64.99 from Halfords which gets good reviews.
afroylnt
... I admire your enthusiasm to use a trainer outside..

I have been sat here waiting for a pause in the rain which has just arrived! So long as I can get 10 minutes to warm up before it returns I will be out there for about an hour. Takes me a couple of minutes to set up and as long again to put away.

The image on Aldi's site looks very much like a Mag trainer to me and not a fluid one! Still a good price for a Mag trainer especially with the three year warranty and my years of experience with cheap Mag trainers tells me you won't need that warranty even with regular soakings mine goes on strong. Only problem is the front wheel risers usually collapse after a few months, I use a block of wood instead.
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aldi coffee capsule nespresso machine blackpool £34.99

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Reduced from 49.99
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jools19
Heat for being Blackpool, which branch?


​the new one, sorry I forget the name of the road.
The new one. Sorry I forget the name of the road.
Heat for being Blackpool, which branch?
heatherlaurie98
they are just grumpy probably all the tea drinkers :p


Lol
Bought one a few weeks ago for home delivery and with the lidl pods makes a great espresso for reasonable money.
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Fry light Sunflower Oil 75p in Aldi

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I thought I was getting a bargain for this in B&M for £1.50 Then saw this in Aldi for 75p! Usually around £2.30 in the big four
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__shopperrr__
kashif18
This contains alcohol - just in case any muslims were considering this


​thanks for the info wouldn't buy it then


​me too as I wouldn't like oil in my alcohol.
kashif18
This contains alcohol - just in case any muslims were considering this


​thanks for the info wouldn't buy it then
It was near the branded stuff in mine, where they have a load of El Paso fajita kits and m&ms etc
This contains alcohol - just in case any muslims were considering this
Whereabouts do they stock it? Couldn't find it near oils or 'specials'.
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