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Bike Lift £ 3.99 @Aldi

£3.99 @ ALDI
The ideal solution for bike storage problems. A set of pulleys will lift your bike onto the ceiling. * Load capacity: 20kg * 2 fixing plates * 2 lifting hooks with 2 arms * 14.6m… Read More
luna Avatar
9y, 10m agoFound 9 years, 10 months ago
The ideal solution for bike storage problems. A set of pulleys will lift your bike onto the ceiling.

* Load capacity: 20kg
* 2 fixing plates
* 2 lifting hooks with 2 arms
* 14.6m nylon rope with mounting hook
* Lock mechanism prevents accidental release
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#1
May get a few of these at this price - I expect they can be used to lift kayaks too. They take up all the room in the garage!
#2
Thankyou Luna, I have been looking for one of these for ages.

Just hope my store has some !!
#3
lol that went for 1 pound on pricedrop last night :)
#4
TALON1973
lol that went for 1 pound on pricedrop last night :)



P&P £7.95 :thumbsup:
#5
blackster
P&P £7.95 :thumbsup:


plus the £1.50 phone call:roll:
#6
blackster
P&P £7.95 :thumbsup:

^Minimum!

I'm sure these have many uses at this price - I hear pulleys & my mind kicks into action - can't help but remember my nanny & granda's old clothes rack which was in the kitchen on pulleys.

These could be useful for something like ladders. Fiver says someone tries a motorbike! LOL

Edit (re post 6): Now anyone dumb enough to pay to call them a) wouldn't be here & b) deserves to lose £1.50 - I have actually bought a few things off them, but *all* done over the internet & generally when dirt cheap (including the 'P&P' at eBay rates).
#7
£1 plus £7.95 plus £1.50 for the phone call..= £10.45....:-(

Not a patch on this deal...:)
#8
do you think you could hang them flat rather than uprite?
#9
you'd need to buy 2 bike lifts per bike for that.
#10
mikerr
you'd need to buy 2 bike lifts per bike for that.


whats your thinking behind that Mikerr?
#11
OOOh!

An added dimension for that boring Baby Bouncer.:)

Esp with 12' high ceiling.
#12
how many of these will be reqired to lift wife @ 65 KG
#13
bibu
how many of these will be reqired to lift wife @ 65 KG

3, or 4 if you want her to be safe, all assuming you won't be on top!
#14
bibu
how many of these will be reqired to lift wife @ 65 KG


now thats a plan :thumbsup:
1 Like #15
We have got a large gold chair in our conservatory, this could lift it out the way.

Oh I forgot, People that live in glass houses should not store thrones!
#16
jnm21
all assuming you won't be on top!
Thats a better plan... Lets all get on your wife :thumbsup:
banned#17
I'm sure only one would be needed to hang a bike horiz, with just a little bit of thought. Luckilly, I'm only capable of a little bit of thinking :-\
And I resent being called "Matchstick" :-(
#18
If there was a small pully on the right hand side of the picture, When thats pulled down it would be flat to the ceiling, But you'd need to secure the rope/wire with some sort of bracket on the wall etc.
#19
Looks like a good deal- just going to check they have them in my local store now!:o
suspended#20
or if ur that fed up of ur wife tell her shes do thin she only needs 2, then she'll fall and u wont have to del with her anymore

on second thoughts, getting on your wife is probably a better idea!
1 Like #21
Nealy
Looks like a good deal- just going to check they have them in my local store now!:o

Might want to wait until Thursday, unless you plan on camping at the door :)
#22
solidamber
We have got a large gold chair in our conservatory, this could lift it out the way.

Oh I forgot, People that live in glass houses should not store thrones!


beautiful!
#23
benwoodcock
or if ur that fed up of ur wife tell her shes do thin she only needs 2, then she'll fall and u wont have to del with her anymore

on second thoughts, getting on your wife is probably a better idea!


In English please....:roll:
banned#24
What's one up from Matchstick? :(
#25
locksmith
Might want to wait until Thursday, unless you plan on camping at the door :)


Rep added!!! LOL!!! :giggle:
I was just about to run out as well!
#26
Pluun
What's one up from Matchstick? :(


Pilot light (I think).
#27
Pluun
What's one up from Matchstick? :(



Pilot Light!:prop:
#28
Oh - they don't seem to do online orders...Bum, I'll spend more on petrol getting there than buying the item!
#29
I reckon that with the height of our garage, one of these would lift the bike to just the right height for the pedals to be in line with my head. Some health and safety thinking needed here. This would be great for a kayak, though. Shame I don't have one.
#30
The start date for this deal says 19th. Not being an Aldi regular, is this date strict, will any stores have any earlier than this? Anyone know if these type of deals are nationwide?
#31
Never known Aldi to put their stuff out early. Looks a cracking deal and I will deffo have a snoop on thursday.

Oh and bibu, you quite sure she is 65kg? The female of the species has often been know to be somewhat conservative with weight estimates in the interests of vanity. :giggle:
#32
edredw
The start date for this deal says 19th. Not being an Aldi regular, is this date strict, will any stores have any earlier than this? Anyone know if these type of deals are nationwide?


Just went to my local Aldi (Lancaster) and picked up the leaflet showing this as a nationwide deal for Thurs. The staff were aware of it when I asked. Other good cycling deals on this day too. Voted hot, thanks for the info.
#33
GDB2222
I reckon that with the height of our garage, one of these would lift the bike to just the right height for the pedals to be in line with my head. Some health and safety thinking needed here. This would be great for a kayak, though. Shame I don't have one.


I was just thinking how this would save any room. Sure it frees up the floor space, but then it puts it at head height (in most garages), which, as said above could be dangerous. Does it really save you any space, over all?
1 Like #34
maybe that irritating woman on the loan picture ad can buy one for josh s scooter:giggle:
#35
-BA-
Never known Aldi to put their stuff out early. Looks a cracking deal and I will deffo have a snoop on thursday.

Oh and bibu, you quite sure she is 65kg? The female of the species has often been know to be somewhat conservative with weight estimates in the interests of vanity. :giggle:


Indeed, 65 stone maybe, 65kg...never.:whistling:
#36
bibu
how many of these will be reqired to lift wife @ 65 KG

Are you implying your wife is a bike??? I plan to adapt the design to keep top-box in roof space.
#37
These will be no use at all as space savers, unless you live in a cathedral.
Could they be used for tyre changing/maintenance, or would the bike sway alarmingly?
#38
Thanks, brilliant idea. Never heard of a bike lifter before!

Best be carefull who installs it though! :whistling:
#39
synet
I was just thinking how this would save any room. Sure it frees up the floor space, but then it puts it at head height (in most garages), which, as said above could be dangerous. Does it really save you any space, over all?


My entrance hall has 13ft high ceilings, so this is perfect for me - it also means I will be able to get the bikes out easier as they don't block off each other. Thank you to the poster of this deal.
#40
synet
I was just thinking how this would save any room. Sure it frees up the floor space, but then it puts it at head height (in most garages), which, as said above could be dangerous. Does it really save you any space, over all?


I have a single garage with only one entrance. I can just fit my laguna in with inches to spare all round (1960's garage see...) so having 2 of these at the far end will be great storage for two bikes. My head will never go near it unless I take car out and go to get them down.

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