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Go Outdoors Price match and more + extra 10% off

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Just saved nearly £50 on a pair of walking boots by a quick price match at Go Outdoors. Not only do they match but they reduce by a further 10%. If you're shopping at Go Outdoors take your phone and g…
iansears1 Avatar1m, 5d agoFound 1 month, 5 days ago1 Comment
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Not really new to be honest. Been doing this for years !
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Weber Go Anywhere portable BBQ (gas version) £86.40 @ Go outdoors

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Bought mine on Sunday from Go Outdoors in Warrington using their price match which gets you an extra 10% off the competitors price. You need to be a discount card holder at go outdoors (cost me £5…
dakes Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago4 Comments
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if the Q takes the Weber screw cartridges at present then yes.

I've got a Weber q but the older 2000 model which they wouldn't work on without purchasing a different regulator because mine fits the larger (5kg+) patio gas bottles by default.

AFAIK the latest baby q takes a Weber 445g screw fit cartridge as standard - in that case the Colemans 70/30 mix would be compatible, same goes on Cadac's 70/30 cartridges with en417 thread.

If your q is a recent model 1000 model (I think year 2014 and later) then you can also use a Weber 3in1 pipe to connect it (and for that matter the Go Anywhere gas model in this deal) to a full size patio gas bottle by screwing the pipe into where the cartridge normally screws into the bbq then attaching the other end to the larger 5kg+ bottle. The pipe is easily unscrewed from the bbq too so you can use the small canisters when you need more portability, the larger floor standing 5kg+ bottles to save some fuel costs if you cook often.

Char-broil also have a similar pipe available (Argos & b&q sell them) for their x200 grill2go BBQ for a fair bit less money which looks compatible with the Weber though I've not seen one up close yet.

Just want to add that it's your choice to use non-Weber supplies and add-ons. I'm not a gas engineer so please research further if you also want to take the path I have taken.

cheers
dakes
Yes. en417 screw type propane/butane mix. don't have to get Weber brand though. on maximum setting you should get a shade over 3hrs cooking time on a 500g cylinder (it consumes 153g/hr on full heat). you can bulk buy the cylinders 6 for £20. I'm using Coleman c500's.

Would the Colemans work on Weber Q bbqs?
Yes. en417 screw type propane/butane mix. don't have to get Weber brand though. on maximum setting you should get a shade over 3hrs cooking time on a 500g cylinder (it consumes 153g/hr on full heat). you can bulk buy the cylinders 6 for £20. I'm using Coleman c500's.
Presumably you need to take a gas canister with this too?
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campingaz elite double camping stove with grill, hose and regulator onl £30.00 gooutdoors

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eliite camping twin stove and grill, discount price at £39.99 but....... if you add the hose and regulator it discounts the whole price which includes the stove,hose & regulator to only £30
ollie321 Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago11 Comments
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Thanks OP just what I needed.
Have just the 2 x burner version that got cheap from Tesco few years ago and works fine.. thou the larger campingaz bottles are expensive first time purchase as need a bottle.. thou your local recycling centre may have an empty you buy on the cheap then get that refilled.
I have it without the grill. Its fine but you need to use on a table, you can't use it on the ground too well.

Absolutely fine for cooking bacon sarnies when camping though!!
The reviews seem to suggest the grill isn't up to the task.
scott_w_1981
Which hose and regulator plz?

From the site:
Campingaz - Gas Hose & Regulator Kit
Standard kit for gas powered outdoor stoves, including a 29mbar regulator and 80mm hose.
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HD Sports camcorder Handy Heroes SDV 100 + Free Sandisk 8GB mem. card £25.00 (free del. to store)@gooutdoors.co.uk

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discount card required, Waterproof to 20 metres 1.3 Megapixels 1.77" LCD screen Can take Micro SD card up to 32GB Built-in 350mah Lithium battery Built-in Microphone & speaker Size: 72 x 46.6…
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Montane Prism Men's Insulated Jacket (Electric Blue) - £44.00 gooutdoors.co.uk

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Electric Blue jacket is reduced to £44. All sizes are currently available. I've mine reserved to get delivered to my nearest store which gives free delivery. Otherwise there's a delivery charge…
gwizzer Avatar2m, 4d agoFound 2 months, 4 days ago3 Comments
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Good Price.... but a tad too blue for me... ;)
How would this compare with a jacket using polartec alpha? I'm guessing this would be warmer but less breathable.
http://i64.tinypic.com/war2nk.jpg




Edited By: gwizzer on Jul 27, 2016 08:49
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Outwell Drummond 7 Tent £499.99 @ Go Outdoors

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Check the bundle price before you vote hot or cold, We have a Montana 6p and love it, we were tempted by this purely based on the price. The bundle includes the carpet and the footprint, an essential
Matty1234 Avatar2m, 4d agoFound 2 months, 4 days ago5 Comments
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is this better at 400 than getting go outdoors to beat the montana 6p price of 400 so getting that for £360
No more bundles but the tent alone has reduced to £399.99!!! Now to persuade husband that we need this more than a new cooker for the house lol
Hi, sorry it looks like they've changed the deal, still seems a good price to me though
Doesn't appear to be available. Does it still show for a cardholder?
Great price, also have the Montana 6 but would certainly go for this if I was after a new one. Mines still going strong after 10 years, cant fault Outwell for the quality of their tents.
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Stearns Infant's life jacket Anti-Microbial PFD £7.19 @ Go Outdoors

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Go outdoors price match any online price plus 10% off for discount card holders Found this in this is it for £7.99 RRP 29.99 http://www.thisisitstores.co.uk/toddler-life-jacket-458542.html
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Weber mini Q2200 black with stand £231.00 @ Go outdoors

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Price match with extra 10% off Found same item keengardener.co.uk for £258.98 Link- https://www.keengardener.co.uk/weber-midi-q2200-gas-bbq-with-stand.html Yes you do need a £4 discount card but…
pollard4 Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago4 Comments
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Okay thanks. Waiting to hear back from them. Will order!
Sorry the card is £5 but it was stated in a local mail shot it was free for a limited time!
Best BBQ I've ever owned and one of those things it's nice to have a decent one of. Would definitely buy again
thanks op - would order - how is the card free btw?
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Go Out Doors Free Discount Card in Southampton Store save £5

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Was in Southampton go outdoors and they had big signs saying the discount cardz usually £5 free..we needed some bits so rude not to takeup the offer.
garethsmith72 Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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You can easily get the discount card for free online too, with a 10% discount on a purchase, if you use the current code:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/gooutdoors.co.uk?vb=122040
garethsmith72
woldranger
packard
Anyone know if national, or go outdoors finally realising its not worth paying £5... Bit like matalan tried and the ditched the logic
​No chance of this been national. There's been a couple of store specific posts with the free card over the last few months, but never national.
OP, can you add, "Southampton" in the title
Done.. shame not national.
Cheers. Yeah, I'm hoping for one near me.....one day!
woldranger
packard
Anyone know if national, or go outdoors finally realising its not worth paying £5... Bit like matalan tried and the ditched the logic
​No chance of this been national. There's been a couple of store specific posts with the free card over the last few months, but never national.
OP, can you add, "Southampton" in the title
Done.. shame not national.
packard
Anyone know if national, or go outdoors finally realising its not worth paying £5... Bit like matalan tried and the ditched the logic


​No chance of this been national. There's been a couple of store specific posts with the free card over the last few months, but never national.

OP, can you add, "Southampton" in the title
Never been national before.
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Hi-Gear Mens, Women's & Kids Idaho Fleece Top ONLY £5.00 @ GoOutdoors

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Hi-Gear Mens, Women's & Kids Idaho Fleece Top ONLY £5.00 A super-soft lightweight and breathable microfleece top that makes a great jumper or midlayer. Made from 100% polyester Supersoft micro
Jase79 Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago5 Comments
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I got the discount card free at the weekend, I'm sure they're free to everyone . Decent fleece too for £4 .
darren9030
How do you get it for £4 please ? Comes up at £5 for card holders ?


10NCSYES
so the fleece is £10 then
£5 + £5 for the discount card.
How do you get it for £4 please ? Comes up at £5 for card holders ?
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Garmin Fenix 3 HR - £348.29 plus cashback available @ Go Outdoors

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Go Outdoors have the Garmin Fenix 3 HR at£386.99 for discount card members (£5 for the card if not already a member) and there is a further 10% off code: 10ccclub making the watch £348.29. Also if
ccaffull Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago30 Comments
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Thanks widebob....
phil12100
Has anyone had this delivered yet and can confirm whether it is the Sapphire model?

I've had mine delivered and it is definitely the Silver model as shown if you select Silver from the drop down on the Garmin Product page: https://buy.garmin.com/en-GB/GB/prod545480.html

Since Sapphire isn't mentioned anywhere on the packaging then I assume it's a non-sapphire crystal as per the Garmin site: "fēnix 3 HR Silver edition with protected domed crystal lens"

Edited By: widebob on Jun 24, 2016 13:20: typo
Has anyone had this delivered yet and can confirm whether it is the Sapphire model?
AlexHaden
Great watch though, but big! I'm finding my vivoactive HR is spending more time on my wrist than the fenix, hopefully the fenix 4 will be a bit smaller! Only needs to be by a small amount though!
I find my Vivoactive HR uncomfortable on my wrist, might just be me though.
That is the not the sapphire version, the sapphire version as stated as the 12-3 o'clock markings in silver, then dark. The one in the video below the listing is the sapphire version.


Edited By: james_79 on Jun 19, 2016 08:44
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Go Outdoor Free Discount Card

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Picked up a free discount card at Go Outdoors this weekend. I was offered it at the till and was told the store is offering them free to customers for a limited period only. Got mine at the Clydebank
eljmo Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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Not in Derby store ! Must be store specific!

Edited By: bargain monkey on Jun 20, 2016 18:34
woldranger
Is this another store specific one? The last time someone mentioned free cards, I went to the store and asked and was greeted with the most look puzzled, blank expressions!
I had the same problem
Charged for renewal today in Stockport branch.
I've a feeling that my current card has been renewed for free. Not much help with regards to whether this is store specific or not but it may well be a general thing.
I've got one, I don't think they are branch specific. got mine in Southampton
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Coleman camping gas - 6 x C500 resealable canisters £20.00 @ Go Outdoors. EDIT: Amazon has now price-matched

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Amazing price for these camping gas canisters, usually nearer £6 each, down to £3.33 each when bought as a pack of six from Go Outdoors (with their discount card). ----------------------- A stan…
orciM Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago2 Comments
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Also on Amazon for £20 with free delivery
do these have an expiry date or can they be stored indefinitely? I have a Coleman gas lamp and stove but 6xC500s would take me years to get through!
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Wild Country Classic Rock Set 1-10 RRP £65.00 - £39.00 Go Outdoors - Collect in store

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Bargain price for a set of nuts, perfect for jamming in cracks of all shapes and sizes. They might not be as blingy as the anodised ones but when you're a few metres above your last bit of gear and ar…
thel33ter Avatar4m, 3d agoFound 4 months, 3 days ago6 Comments
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Surely if you are hundreds or thousands of metres up a rock face, with your life depending on the quality of these things, you don't want the ones that are nearly as good oO
Haha, whilst that is true, all climbing gear that meets EU specs is equally rated, with even the size 1 nuts being strong enough to take 6kN of force at a confidence of 3 sigma (99.7%). (bearing in mind a standard trad half rope is only rated to 6-8kN)
With the DMM Wallnuts you're pretty much paying for individual anodising, which makes them easier to identify when you're desperately trying to place some gear, and they're a slightly more complex shape, which is better in some situations and worse in others.
And a fun fact. British climbers in the 1950s and 1960s were the first to use nuts as climbing protection. In addition to using pitons, they picked up machine nuts from the side of railway tracks, climbed with them in their pockets, and used them as artificial chocks. This developed to the point where they drilled the thread from the middle, threaded them with slings, and used them in cracks.
I've no idea what most of that means, but I do admire what you do. I have abseiled a couple of times, but the thought of climbing up sheer rock faces with just the odd one of these and some rope between me and certain death scares the bejesus out of me.
I would still choose the best quality though, just in case...http://youtu.be/qaelQDY2bUw

It does seem scary, but I also ride mountain bikes a lot, and personally I find at ~15mph fast down a steep rocky trails in Wales with only kneepads and a helmet for protection far scarier than climbing. Obviously there is always chance for disaster, but you're very much in control of your own safety when it comes to climbing whereas cycling it's so easy to just hit a loose rock at the wrong angle and next thing you know you're flying down a cliff face first.


​Agreed. I do both, and mtb is far more dangerous
thel33ter
Surely if you are hundreds or thousands of metres up a rock face, with your life depending on the quality of these things, you don't want the ones that are nearly as good oO
Haha, whilst that is true, all climbing gear that meets EU specs is equally rated, with even the size 1 nuts being strong enough to take 6kN of force at a confidence of 3 sigma (99.7%). (bearing in mind a standard trad half rope is only rated to 6-8kN)
With the DMM Wallnuts you're pretty much paying for individual anodising, which makes them easier to identify when you're desperately trying to place some gear, and they're a slightly more complex shape, which is better in some situations and worse in others.
And a fun fact. British climbers in the 1950s and 1960s were the first to use nuts as climbing protection. In addition to using pitons, they picked up machine nuts from the side of railway tracks, climbed with them in their pockets, and used them as artificial chocks. This developed to the point where they drilled the thread from the middle, threaded them with slings, and used them in cracks.
I've no idea what most of that means, but I do admire what you do. I have abseiled a couple of times, but the thought of climbing up sheer rock faces with just the odd one of these and some rope between me and certain death scares the bejesus out of me.
I would still choose the best quality though, just in case...http://youtu.be/qaelQDY2bUw

It does seem scary, but I also ride mountain bikes a lot, and personally I find riding at ~15mph fast down a steep rocky trail in Wales with only kneepads and a helmet for protection far scarier than climbing. Obviously there is always chance for disaster, but you're very much in control of your own safety when it comes to climbing. When cycling it's so easy to just hit a loose rock at the wrong angle and next thing you know you're flying down a cliff face first.

Edited By: thel33ter on May 28, 2016 23:02: Grammar
People used to use pebbles and a piece of rope before these were invented. You never rely on just one, and they all perform well. The placement is what is important. Amazing quality in the wrong hands will be useless.
thel33ter
Surely if you are hundreds or thousands of metres up a rock face, with your life depending on the quality of these things, you don't want the ones that are nearly as good oO

Haha, whilst that is true, all climbing gear that meets EU specs is equally rated, with even the size 1 nuts being strong enough to take 6kN of force at a confidence of 3 sigma (99.7%). (bearing in mind a standard trad half rope is only rated to 6-8kN)

With the DMM Wallnuts you're pretty much paying for individual anodising, which makes them easier to identify when you're desperately trying to place some gear, and they're a slightly more complex shape, which is better in some situations and worse in others.

And a fun fact. British climbers in the 1950s and 1960s were the first to use nuts as climbing protection. In addition to using pitons, they picked up machine nuts from the side of railway tracks, climbed with them in their pockets, and used them as artificial chocks. This developed to the point where they drilled the thread from the middle, threaded them with slings, and used them in cracks.


I've no idea what most of that means, but I do admire what you do. I have abseiled a couple of times, but the thought of climbing up sheer rock faces with just the odd one of these and some rope between me and certain death scares the bejesus out of me.

I would still choose the best quality though, just in case...

http://youtu.be/qaelQDY2bUw
Surely if you are hundreds or thousands of metres up a rock face, with your life depending on the quality of these things, you don't want the ones that are nearly as good oO

Haha, whilst that is true, all climbing gear that meets EU specs is equally rated, with even the size 1 nuts being strong enough to take 6kN of force at a confidence of 3 sigma (99.7%). (bearing in mind a standard trad half rope is only rated to 6-8kN)

With the DMM Wallnuts you're pretty much paying for individual anodising, which makes them easier to identify when you're desperately trying to place some gear, and they're a slightly more complex shape, which is better in some situations and worse in others.

And a fun fact. British climbers in the 1950s and 1960s were the first to use nuts as climbing protection. In addition to using pitons, they picked up machine nuts from the side of railway tracks, climbed with them in their pockets, and used them as artificial chocks. This developed to the point where they drilled the thread from the middle, threaded them with slings, and used them in cracks.
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Whistle Patwin 1383D 29er Mountain Bike £206.52 + poss 7.07% TCB @ Go Outdoors

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In their current 15% off everything sale this price drops to £206.52 (you have to have one of those ridiculous Go Outdoor discount cards though - did they not learn from Matalan?!). Code for check out…
asc91 Avatar4m, 5d agoFound 4 months, 5 days ago6 Comments
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daskota
Nearest stock to the midlands is scotland


Think you can go into your local store and order it to be sent there asc91
asc91
Get to Paul's cycle,they normally have bikes streets ahead of this in their yearly sale
Unfortunately they don't currently have anything similar for under £300 - when is their sale?


Think you can go into your local store and order it to be sent there asc91
Nearest stock to the midlands is scotland
I know there are 1000s of satisfied customers of Paul's Cycles but I am not one. It's a more "high volume, low price" shop rather than customer service being involved in the transaction.
Get to Paul's cycle,they normally have bikes streets ahead of this in their yearly sale
Unfortunately they don't currently have anything similar for under £300 - when is their sale?
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Hi Gear Nimbus 8 inflatable tent at Go Outdoors for £552.50

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Excellent deal on the Nimbus 8 tent, RRP says £1000 just add the tent to the basket and apply the code 15MAY2016 to apply the discount, it's already on offer at £650 but the code knocks off an extra £…
Badjase Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago4 Comments
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The link takes you to the Airgo Nimbus 8 which is currently £899 on the Go Outdoors website - where is it on offer for £699???
culli
Be warned this thing is MASSIVE when packed up. Took up the entire boot on my passat. Also weighs an absolute tonne. The one we bought was in the clearance section advertised as a no fat return. We got it home and put it up in the garden and it was covered in rips despite looking unused. I think these air tents are just so heavy they rip when being moved around, packing and unpacking. Returned it in the end and went for steel pole option (oasis 6) which we have been very pleased with. Air tents seem a great idea but in reality not that practical.
Correct it is a big bag, it weighs 43 kg, I have bought one and it's perfect, it's not ripped anywhere despite being in and out of the bag a lot

I guess some people are more careful than others. Agreed it is a great tent if you have room to transport and store it and great value at this price so voted hot nonetheless.
culli
Be warned this thing is MASSIVE when packed up. Took up the entire boot on my passat. Also weighs an absolute tonne. The one we bought was in the clearance section advertised as a no fat return. We got it home and put it up in the garden and it was covered in rips despite looking unused. I think these air tents are just so heavy they rip when being moved around, packing and unpacking. Returned it in the end and went for steel pole option (oasis 6) which we have been very pleased with. Air tents seem a great idea but in reality not that practical.


Correct it is a big bag, it weighs 43 kg, I have bought one and it's perfect, it's not ripped anywhere despite being in and out of the bag a lot
Be warned this thing is MASSIVE when packed up. Took up the entire boot on my passat. Also weighs an absolute tonne. The one we bought was in the clearance section advertised as a no fat return. We got it home and put it up in the garden and it was covered in rips despite looking unused. I think these air tents are just so heavy they rip when being moved around, packing and unpacking. Returned it in the end and went for steel pole option (oasis 6) which we have been very pleased with. Air tents seem a great idea but in reality not that practical.
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Orbea Avant H60 road bike £433.97 gooutdoors

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Reduced 25%. It has internal tubing and very good quality frame.
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I wouldn't recommend it if you were riding for World Tour team. But 105 is amazing value
Lol. I am using it for long rides about 100 miles. I was hesitating between Ultra 700 AF and Triban 540 which on offer at the moment. I don't race but i go with team of cyclist at the weekend.

I posted the deal for the 540, it's a great bike. I bought the 520 a couple of years ago (then called 500) & it has done me really well. The 540 has better components & wheels for only £50 more!!! At £499 it's incredible value & makes the jump to the 700 a bit more difficult to justify. Personally I would get the 540 & use that for a while. Then if you want more then get something like the Mach 720 when it is the end of season reductions. Which is exactly what I did, I bought it just before Christmas for £850 & now have a lovely Carbon/105 bike for summer/dry rides/sportives with the 500 being now my commuter/winter hack.


Thank you. That what i am going to do. I will use the Triban 540 for the weekend rides and next year i might buy the Mach 720 but do you think it's a bit aggressive posture and maybe not very comfortable for long rides?
MAdam98
I wouldn't recommend it if you were riding for World Tour team. But 105 is amazing value
Lol. I am using it for long rides about 100 miles. I was hesitating between Ultra 700 AF and Triban 540 which on offer at the moment. I don't race but i go with team of cyclist at the weekend.

I posted the deal for the 540, it's a great bike. I bought the 520 a couple of years ago (then called 500) & it has done me really well. The 540 has better components & wheels for only £50 more!!! At £499 it's incredible value & makes the jump to the 700 a bit more difficult to justify. Personally I would get the 540 & use that for a while. Then if you want more then get something like the Mach 720 when it is the end of season reductions. Which is exactly what I did, I bought it just before Christmas for £850 & now have a lovely Carbon/105 bike for summer/dry rides/sportives with the 500 being now my commuter/winter hack.
MAdam98
I wouldn't recommend it if you were riding for World Tour team. But 105 is amazing value


Lol. I am using it for long rides about 100 miles. I was hesitating between Ultra 700 AF and Triban 540 which on offer at the moment. I don't race but i go with team of cyclist at the weekend.
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BH SPHENE Claris road bike £310.00 @ Go Outdoors.

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I was looking for a beginners road bike and came across this today at my local GoOutdoors. It looks like a decent spec for the price. Sizes are limited though. Medium frames are only available on clic…
jalp99uk Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago5 Comments
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You seen the recent GIANT DEFY 4 thread, may be worth a look, if you haven't ridden your one from Go Outdoors.
winchman
Have you compared it with the Calibre Achieve?


​They had the Calibre Rivelin in store which was considerably heavier. The Achieve only seems to be in stock in Hull and collection only. Otherwise quite comparable.
Have you compared it with the Calibre Achieve?
mclovin9091
Pretty decent looking bike, right in the budget range for the claris setup and the FSA cranks although i'd be checking that they weren't 175mm.

It'll have rubbish heavy wheels and crap tyres. I'd replace with Continental Ultra Sports for £20 a pair. (Merlin cycles) https://www.merlincycles.com/continental-ultra-sport-ii-wire-bead-road-tyre-700c-83279.html

Look to upgrade the brake pads as well, the saddle may need changing for your liking but these two things should be done on almost any bike and with the saddle it is a very personal choice.

The bar tape :(


​Thanks for the advice :)
Pretty decent looking bike, right in the budget range for the claris setup and the FSA cranks although i'd be checking that they weren't 175mm.

It'll have rubbish heavy wheels and crap tyres. I'd replace with Continental Ultra Sports for £20 a pair. (Merlin cycles) https://www.merlincycles.com/continental-ultra-sport-ii-wire-bead-road-tyre-700c-83279.html

Look to upgrade the brake pads as well, the saddle may need changing for your liking but these two things should be done on almost any bike and with the saddle it is a very personal choice.

The bar tape :(
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Weber Original Premium 57cm BBQ was £198 now £148.49 @ Go Outdoors

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Was looking for a new charcoal BBQ and obviously it had to be a Weber (which are the coca cola of all BBQ'S) the cheapest i found it was at go outdoor who had it reduced from 198 to 164.99 plus there
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Extra 15‰ off tonight using code 15MAY2016, plus 9% quidco cashback (mine tracked at £8 something so must be excluding VAT). Be quick... 2 hours left....
No longer available for home delivery, so I had to reserve and collect, which also means buying their discount card for £5.. But still worth it !!
Quidco is now 9% folks, and with 15% Discount Code "15MAY2016" which is also listed on Quidco so using it won't void your cashback.
Works out under £120, which is a brilliant price for what it is.
With 15% discount code and 9% quidco mine came down to £130. Not sure how you managed to get it under £120?

Sorry yes I meant just under £130, it was a typo.

£164.99-£24.75 (15%) = £140.24

£140.24-£12.62 (9%) = £127.62

Edited By: AAB on May 28, 2016 13:49
Quidco is now 9% folks, and with 15% Discount Code "15MAY2016" which is also listed on Quidco so using it won't void your cashback.
Works out under £120, which is a brilliant price for what it is.

With 15% discount code and 9% quidco mine came down to £130. Not sure how you managed to get it under £120?
Quidco is now 9% folks, and with 15% Discount Code "15MAY2016" which is also listed on Quidco so using it won't void your cashback.

Works out under £120, which is a brilliant price for what it is.
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Calibre Bossnut Full suspension mountain bike of the year £999.99 (poss £847 using code 10MAY16 + 7% topcashback) @ Gooutdoors

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£999.99 with 10% off using code 10MAY16 valid until 17th May + 7% topcashback (which only applies to cost minus VAT therefore £53 cashback) = £847 total Voted MBR bike of the year 2015. Awesome val…
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Great bike. Brilliant reviews.
Very, Very good deal this.

GO Outdoors – Past and Present

GO OutdoorsThe roots of GO Outdoors date back to 1998 when John Graham acquired Camping and Caravanning Centre (CCC), a camping store in Sheffield. Over the following years, he expanded the product line and changed the name to GO Outdoors. The first GO Outdoors opened in Coventry in 2004 and currently the firm operates more than 40 superstores throughout the country. The company's objective is to supply goods for outdoor activities that range from walking the dog to climbing Mount Everest.

To locate your nearest store, you can use the store finder on the online shop. The page features an alphabetical list of stores and a Google map. Click on the search icon and enter your town or postcode to find your store instantly.

 

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GO Outdoors: Product Range at the Online Shop

The home page of the online store at www.gooutdoors.co.uk lets you choose products by type of user – Men's, Women's, and Children's –, by activity – Walking, Camping, Tents, Rucksacks, Fishing, Cycling, Horse Riding, Skiing, Climbing, and Running –, or by brand at the Brand Shop.

A click on the fashion and equipment sections for men, women and children brings up a menu of categories including: Coats & Jackets, Fleeces, Baselayers, Legwear, Hoodies, Gilets, Shirts and T-Shirts, Swimwear, Footwear and Accessories. In the different activity categories you´ll find items like special clothing, footwear and equipment like tents, sleeping bags, furniture, rods, bikes and helmets.

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Among the many premier brands available at the GO Outdoors online store you can find:

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Best Deals at GO Outdoors

GO Outdoors discount cardGO Outdoors offers a variety of options to help you save money on purchases. The home page features a selection of the latest deals with links to inner pages featuring discounted lines. The sale section operates throughout the year and thousands of items are available at reductions by up to 85%. Please note that deals and discounts are only available to GO Outdoors Discount Card holders.

The GO Outdoors Discount Card is available for purchase for an annual fee of £5. The cards can be bought in stores and can be immediately used to make purchases. They can also be ordered online for home delivery. The card is valid for one year and provides a number of benefits including:

  1. A minimum of 10% discount on every item.
  2. Price guarantee through the Price Match Plus program.
  3. Exclusive offers, early sales previews, and a heads up about new product lines.
  4. The ability to use the Click and Collect system to buy online and pick up in a store.

GO Outdoors guarantees the lowest prices through its Price Match Plus scheme. If you're a Discount Card holder and find any item cheaper elsewhere within 7 days of purchase, GO Outdoors will beat it by 10%. You can claim in any store, via an online form at, or by telephone on 03300081555.

Shopping at the GO Outdoors Online Store

Clicking on a product at gooutdoors.com brings you to a dedicated product page, you can also enter your postcode to find out whether it's in stock to collect in-store.

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You can either reserve your item for the free Collect in-store service or select the checkout which lets you choose your delivery method. If you reserve it in time, you can benefit from same day pick up at a store. You'll get a text or email when it's ready and they'll hold it for 24 hours. Collecting in-store requires a Discount Card so you'll be prompted to enter your membership details or apply for the card.

Shopping at GO Outdoors with a delivery option can be done as either a member or a guest.

gooutdoors.com: Accepted Payment Methods

GO Outdoors sale promotionGO Outdoors accepts all regular credit cards – Visa, MasterCard, and Maestro, and they also accept PayPal. The store uses the Verified by Visa system to enhance security for customers using visa credit or debit cards.

GO Outdoors Shipping Policies

  • Collect In-Store: You can choose to pick up your GO Outdoors online order at any physical store. Place your order before 20:00 for free next-day delivery to addresses on the UK mainland for most items. You can identify the most convenient outlet and check availability at the time of purchase.
  • Standard Delivery: This costs £4.95 and is free on orders of over £50 to UK addresses. Orders received before midnight will be dispatched the next day. Delivery time is within 5 working days. (Monday to Friday, excluding bank holidays).
  • Next Working Day Delivery: This costs £8.95. Orders received by 20:00 will be delivered the following day.
  • AM Delivery: AM Delivery costs £9.95 and offers delivery before noon the next day for orders received before 20:00. This service is not available for addresses in Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands, or the Scottish Highlands.
  • Delivery before 10:30: This costs £12.95 and offers delivery before 10:30 for orders made by 20:00 the previous day (this service is not provided for locations in the Scottish Highlands, Channel Islands or Northern Ireland).
  • Saturday Delivery: Orders received by 20:00 on Friday will be delivered on Saturday (not available for Northern Ireland, Channel Islands and Highlands addresses.)
  • GO Outdoors also ships to British Forces Post Offices for £4.95, to the Republic of Ireland for £7.95, and to International destinations at varying rates.
  • Collect+: Customers can also pick up their deliveries at Collect+ points around the country. The shipping charge is £4.95. You can choose this option at checkout and select your Collect+ store. You'll receive a collection code from Collect+ via email when your item arrives. Take this along with a photo ID to your chosen Collect+ point to pick up your package. Please note that certain items cannot be delivered to Collect+ due to size or weight limitations.

Returns and Refunds with GO Outdoors

Items can be returned within 30 days for exchange or refund. If the return is made within 14 days of receipt, the delivery charge is also refunded (but not the cost of returning the goods). Should you wish to exercise your legal rights to return faulty items, then the firm will cover collection or return costs. Call customer service on 0330 0081555 for advice on how to proceed.

Certain items must be either faulty or 'not as described' to qualify for a refund. Check the returns page for details.

Items will be replaced or repaired should they prove faulty within 12 months of purchase.

Goods can be returned in several ways:

Return In-Store

Items can be returned to any GO Outdoors physical store (except Hathersage). Be sure to have your delivery note in hand. Orders made using PayPal cannot be returned to store.

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Return via Collect+

  • Items can be returned to the company via Collect+, Royal Mail or by using a courier.
  • Collect+ offers a convenient way to return items as they are open late, 7 days a week.

Return by Post

Returns by mail should include the delivery note and be addressed to:

  • GO Outdoors Returns
  • c/o Clipper Logistics
  • Wellington Road
  • Burton-on-Trent
  • DE14 2AB
  • United Kingdom

Size and weight limits apply to Royal Mail (61 x 46 x 46cm/5kg) and Collect+ (60 x 50 x 50cm/10kg). If your order exceeds these limits, you can call customer services to arrange a collection.

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The Go Outdoor App

trekking shoes and walking bootsGO Outdoors offers apps for Apple and Android devices at the iTunes App Store.

The apps deliver frequent exclusive coupon offers from the merchant. Only GO Outdoors Discount Card holders can use the app as the membership number has to be entered for activation. Once done, you can use your phone as a discount card by scanning it at checkout.

GO Outdoors Contact Details

You can contact the GO Outdoors customer service via a telephone hotline at 0330 0081555 or email them via [email protected]. The service team is available from Monday to Friday at 8:00 to 19:30, on Saturdays from 9:00 to 17:30 and on Sundays from 10:30 to 16:30.

You can also reach them via post at their headquarters:

  • GO Outdoors
  • Cuthbert House
  • Arley Street
  • Sheffield S2 4QP
  • United Kingdom

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