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ASSORTED CYCLING GEAR STARTING FROM £1.99 AT ALDI

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8y, 7m agoFound 8 years, 7 months ago
Been on the look out for some cycling accessories as I'm doing the coast to coast next month (seemed like a good idea at 11pm on a Friday night) and noticed Aldi have some pretty good deals starting on Thursday 1st May

Cycling Jacket £9.99
Gloves £2.99
Bike Lock £1.99

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#1
Cool (well except the bike lock), what other things are there?

Will this be in every Aldi? I've never been in my local one TBH.

Here's a direct link BTW
#2
Should be in most Aldi's , the quality is generally quite good for the money.
#3
http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/media/offers/08_week_18/bib_shorts_Wk1822.jpg

sexy :thumbsup:
#4
Yeh if something is really good,you best go down on the Thursday.Stuff goes quick.
#5
Niiice.

I quite like the look of some of that stuff.. perhaps the cycling jacket or the cycling shirt... depends what they look like.

I have been looking for some clear glasses as when I went out last week I spent more time getting mud out of my eyes than anything else... these £2.99 glasses might do the trick, it says interchangeable lenses, I'm hoping that means tinted and clear.

What kind of returns policy do Aldi have in case the items don't fit?
#6
Absolute score so im told!:thumbsup:
#7
Shame there isn't a Aldi very near me... :(
#8
Degeneratemoo;1993166
Niiice.

What kind of returns policy do Aldi have in case the items don't fit?


I have quite a bit of cycling gear from Aldi and find it good quality at 1/4 the price of branded gear. The tops and jackets I can vouch for. When I tried to return electrical goods (useless performance) over 1 year ago they would not refund unless faulty. So I said faulty and they gave me a form to fill in and a cheque arrived 10 days later. Not refunded from the till.
So a bit of research revealed this - seems to be a change in policy. however you would have to unpack the shirt etc to try it on then the packaging would be 'damaged' - virtually impossible to repack as new?

[SIZE=4][COLOR=RoyalBlue]Everything’s covered by our
30 Day Refund Policy
Sometimes you can buy something and when you
get it home, it’s ‘just not quite right’.
We understand this. So we’re happy to refund or
replace any item you buy from us. As long as you
return the item within 30 days of purchase
– with a receipt, in original and undamaged
packaging, complete with any accessories such as
headphones or remote controls – the Aldi 30 Day
Refund Policy is available to every customer.

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[/COLOR][/SIZE]
#9
I can vouch for tops and jacket - generally good quality - use mine as a showerproof/windproof jacket on top of long sleeve top.
Never had to return anything so can't comment on exchange policy.
Get there earlt though as good stuff does go quickly.
#10
Degeneratemoo
Niiice.

I quite like the look of some of that stuff.. perhaps the cycling jacket or the cycling shirt... depends what they look like.

I have been looking for some clear glasses as when I went out last week I spent more time getting mud out of my eyes than anything else... these £2.99 glasses might do the trick, it says interchangeable lenses, I'm hoping that means tinted and clear.

What kind of returns policy do Aldi have in case the items don't fit?


According to the catalogue (the one you pick up from the store) the glasses come with three sets of interchangeable lenses; clear, yellow and dark.
#11
Superb Find, Muchas Gracias.
#12
bryn
According to the catalogue (the one you pick up from the store) the glasses come with three sets of interchangeable lenses; clear, yellow and dark.


I bought the glasses last year. Fantastic buy, they even come in a nice case.
#13
Gloves are ok, got some the last time

EDIT - another shout for the shades, cheap and cheerful but 3 replacement lenses. Clear, yellow and black. Wore them skiing in Feb! Dont expect raybans tho!
#14
i have bought the jerseys, socks & gloves and more before. they are excellent for the money
#15
Excellent!

I'll be there 9am tomorrow... might get some of those riding pants!
#16
Well I've been down and got some stuff, I purchased:

Cycling underwear - Looks good, didn't realise it came with a cushioned pad until I got them home (I thought they were just lycra pants) but look good.

Sunglasses - It seems they are doing two types of sunglasses, ones with frames above an below the lenses where the lenses slide out from the side, and another type with no bottom to the frame and the lenses clip in. The main reason I wanted theses glasses were for the clear lenses, I first went for the full framed glasses but I found that the clear lense didn't fit very well at all and didn't seem to secure right. I returned them and got the other type which are MUCH better, the lenses have little indents where they clip into the frame, much better.

Socks - The socks are great, that good in fact that I might be going back for some more (if I can find them in my size.. was a bit of a struggle). Anyone else who's got the socks, do you think they'd be good for running, I can see the extra cushioning helping my poor tired feet somewhat (ha).

Jacket - Jacket looks simple but good, the label makes big claims about it being waterproof but I reckon anything more than a light shower and it would come through, that said it does look good and should do me just fine.

Gloves - You can get the gloves to match the jacket, feel very nice, fingerless so more suitable for the summer than my other gloves. Should be fine.

Think that's about it...
#17
Just bought the Track Pump - actually quite sturdy and a metal cylinder, not a cheapo plastic one. Have been warned against the cycle computers, though. Also got a jacket and a top - at that price it's a bargain if they just last the summer, or until I fall off. Again.
#18
So a bit of research revealed this - seems to be a change in policy. however you would have to unpack the shirt etc to try it on then the packaging would be 'damaged' - virtually impossible to repack as new?

[SIZE=4][COLOR=RoyalBlue]Everything’s covered by our
30 Day Refund Policy
Sometimes you can buy something and when you
get it home, it’s ‘just not quite right’.
We understand this. So we’re happy to refund or
replace any item you buy from us. As long as you
return the item within 30 days of purchase
– with a receipt, in original and undamaged
packaging, complete with any accessories such as
headphones or remote controls – the Aldi 30 Day
Refund Policy is available to every customer.

I'
[/COLOR][/SIZE][/QUOTE]

Retail law states that if the goods are faulty or not fit for the purpose they were sold for, they must be exchanged or refunded. Damaged packaging or not. I worked in a record shop years ago and the "it's faulty" return was always a popular one...
#19
Socks are excellent at £2.99 a pair. Not many 'large' (9-11) left in the Boscombe store today though.
Why is size 9 always called large, practically everyone is size 9 or 10 so surely it should be classed as medium?

The pants at £3.99 are good too, you're not going to go out on the pull in them but they are certainly better than some Adidas cycling pants I've got.

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