Electric Salt & Pepper Mills, £9.99 (per pair) at Lidl - HotUKDeals
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A great set of brushed steel electric salt & pepper mills from Lidl, available 28/01/10

You can pay over £10 each for non electric mills, so these are a bargain.

This could be a great, practical valentine pressie for the cook of the house.

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#1
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- Stylish stainless steel design with adjustable high-quality ceramic grinder

- Includes 2 replacement bulbs and integrated light

- Height (cm): 22.5
1 Like #2
wow, they'll make electric anything these days - the world is full of lazy f**kers!
#3
Ignore ^
I have some of these and they are brilliant. They look stylish, they are good for people who have wrist problems but want freshly ground salt and pepper plus they light up your plate so you can see where you have added your seasoning.
#4
I thought they were something else till i read the title :oops:
#5
12 AAA batteries required for the pair!!!
#6
TehJumpingJawa
wow, they'll make electric anything these days - the world is full of lazy f**kers!


How fast are you pedalling that generator of yours?
#7
striker33
I thought they were something else till i read the title :oops:


withabix
12 AAA batteries required for the pair!!!


Mmmmm an Anne Summer's product perhaps ;-)
#8
Do you think these will be ok for sea salt flakes? Like maldon sea salt for instance.
#9
striker33
I thought they were something else till i read the title :oops:


You're not the only one!
1 Like #10
[SIZE="3"]
An undoubted boon to those unfortunate enough to have suffered the loss of a limb in a vehicular/chainsaw/industrial machinery incident.

For the able bodied this is patently so excruciatingly embarrassing that they'd clearly be ashamed to have them in their house.[/SIZE]
#11
Wolfylee
Do you think these will be ok for sea salt flakes? Like maldon sea salt for instance.


No.
#12
withabix
12 AAA batteries required for the pair!!!


:w00t:
1 Like #13
bellebouche
[SIZE="3"]
An undoubted boon to those unfortunate enough to have suffered the loss of a limb in a vehicular/chainsaw/industrial machinery incident.

For the able bodied this is patently so excruciatingly embarrassing that they'd clearly be ashamed to have them in their house.[/SIZE]


^ PRAT!

Voted hot OP. And yes I'm able bodied and these where made for all to use... Bloody muppets!!!
#14
johnnie
^ PRAT!

Voted hot OP. And yes I'm able bodied and these where made for all to use... Bloody muppets!!!


+1, and rep :thumbsup:
#15
Had these before. The salt corrodes the electrics in no time.
#16
Foxy102
Had these before. The salt corrodes the electrics in no time.


Not as fast as it corrodes your dignity, I'll warrant!
;-)
banned#17
Do they vibrate?
#18
Got one of these one Christmas and thought it was a throwaway gimmick...

... 7 or 8 years later and it's still grinding pepper daily. :-D

HOT
#19
Quote:This could be a great, practical valentine pressie for the cook of the house.

As lovely as they are, if my husband buys me those for valentines there will be a DIVORCE on the cards! :thumbsup:
1 Like #20
Victoria Plumb
Quote:This could be a great, practical valentine pressie for the cook of the house.

As lovely as they are, if my husband buys me those for valentines there will be a DIVORCE on the cards! :thumbsup:


Pfft, think your self lucky. My brother in law hasn't got his wife a Birthday, Christmas or Valentines card for over 10 years!
#21
simate
Pfft, think your self lucky. My brother in law hasn't got his wife a Birthday, Christmas or Valentines card for over 10 years!


and they have been married for 10 years :w00t::thumbsup: she must be a nicer person than me :oops::thumbsup::whistling: hehehehehe!!
#22
Thanks.. wanted a pair of these for a while...
#23
I find it difficult to obtain refills of electric salt.
Also, I object to having to shovel food into my mouth manually with a fork. Surely if they can put a man on the moon they can somehow pump food directly into my stomach.
1 Like #24
johnnie
^ PRAT!

Voted hot OP. And yes I'm able bodied and these where made for all to use... Bloody muppets!!!


I think somebody needs to adjust their irony levels.
#25
simate
Pfft, think your self lucky. My brother in law hasn't got his wife a Birthday, Christmas or Valentines card for over 10 years!


Do you mean your multimillionaire brother in law?

;-)
#26
markbloke
I find it difficult to obtain refills of electric salt.
Also, I object to having to shovel food into my mouth manually with a fork. Surely if they can put a man on the moon they can somehow pump food directly into my stomach.


Well I have some fantastic news for you mate, they can feed you directly into your stomach...and even better, you can get it done for less than a pound! Here's how:

1. Go to the 99p store
2. Buy some batteries
3. Using a hammer and sharp wood chisel split the battery slightly.
4. Eat them so that at least one of them gets stuck in your throat.
5. Let the 'magic' acid work it's wonder.
6. Get yourself down the hospital (might want to hover outside for a while beforehand).
7. If your lucky and the acid has burnt through your oesophagus they will fit you with a gastrostomy feeding system.
8. Hey presto!
banned#27
Seriously, people dont think these are cool then do they? The only other option I can think people might buy them is cos they are extremely lazy. I just dont get it!

Judging by the size of the storage area, you'll use more energy as you'll have to keep refilling them weekly lol
#28
Swear to god, they're much better than you'd ever think.

They even come with a little targeting spotlight that shines out the bottom. So you can grind pepper in the dark with total accuracy.
#29
Reload
They even come with a little targeting spotlight that shines out the bottom. So you can grind pepper in the dark with total accuracy.


Forget the benefits of the NASA space program - these salt grinders obviously result from the Dambusters project. ;-)
#30
cb-uk
Forget the benefits of the NASA space program - these salt grinders obviously result from the Dambusters project. ;-)


Oh you can mock now. But come the inevitable collapse of civilization, when the power fails and social order crumbles, when you are left too weakened to fully utilise your arms and it is too dark to even see your delicious broiled rat, then only those who had foresight shall have seasoning. :whistling:
#31
If my husband bought me these for Valentines day he would be getting ground pepper in his undies!
#32
Soziberry
Ignore ^
I have some of these and they are brilliant. They look stylish, they are good for people who have wrist problems but want freshly ground salt and pepper plus they light up your plate so you can see where you have added your seasoning.


Is the grinding gear (both parts) metal ceramic or plastic in these?
#33
cb-uk
Do you mean your multimillionaire brother in law?

;-)


Eh?
#34
blutooth
If my husband bought me these for Valentines day he would be getting ground pepper in his undies!


You kinky little sod! :whistling::p

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