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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 Avatar2d, 9h agoFound 2 days, 9 hours 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 Avatar4d, 5h agoFound 4 days, 5 hours 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 Avatar5d, 22h agoFound 5 days, 22 hours 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.
aemscor Avatar6d, 12h agoFound 6 days, 12 hours ago10 Comments
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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.


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 Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days 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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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.
patters1978
15may2016 15% off now bringing down to £140


​just picked one up at this price thanks for the heads up!
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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 value…
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Great bike. Brilliant reviews.
Very, Very good deal this.
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bargain Mondraker Phase 27.5 wheel hardtail £250.00 at gooutdoors

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Bit of a quick deal for someone near Hull or Shrewsbury 650b Hardtail for 250 quid, comes with 100mm Lockout Hydraulic fork, Shimano Gearing, Tektro Hydraulic brakes, for the money you aren't going t…
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juux
About £200 less than someone like Specialized will sell the same spec for. Decent.
Yep deffo worth the dough, just a pity there is little stock left.
IN stock at Basingstoke if anyone's interested.....
About £200 less than someone like Specialized will sell the same spec for. Decent.
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Rab Neutrino Endurance Men's Down Jacket £84.97 @ Go Outdoors

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Rab Neutrino Endurance Men's Down Jacket usual price £260 now at only £84.97, I own one and it is the lightest and warmest coat i have ever used. only Small left and in green but a bargain for someone…
srp111 Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago5 Comments
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not bad.
thanks
backtothecaves
Page could not be found. Sold out, or misprice?


​it was there before. must have sold out, I'll end it
Page could not be found. Sold out, or misprice?
Master G
15% off at the new Leeds store this weekend.
oooo...cheers mate
15% off at the new Leeds store this weekend.
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Cadac Carri Chef 2 Gourmet Combo £159.99 @ Go Outdoors

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Cadac Carri Chef 2 Gourmet Combo at Go Outdoors for £159.99 using code: SPEND15. Normal price is £174.99. Discount card holders only which is £5 per year. I've been looking at this style of BBQ for…
GEEKEYE Avatar1m, 37m agoFound 1 month, 37 minutes ago3 Comments
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shutsy2003
Cadac's never get hot enough for my liking and all you ever see is people cleaning them which is a nightmare. Had a Beauclaire http://www.beauclaire.co.uk for years and it's a top bit of kit


​they clean better if they are still warm, but no one wants to see them get dirty. I think there is a lot of hype involved with cadac.
it is popular, but flipping heck I still managed to burn any fry up I did on it. it's non stick and cleans easy, but I just couldn't get away with it. it's a lot of faffing about. I just use our cheapy gas BBQ now with grill and lava rocks. cooks bbq food better and lots cheaper by far. cadac is posh but why bother if you can cook the meals you want inside the caravan and leave the BBQ to small portable gas grill or proper charcoal. it just sticks, yet its non stick. ha.
Cadac's never get hot enough for my liking and all you ever see is people cleaning them which is a nightmare. Had a Beauclaire http://www.beauclaire.co.uk for years and it's a top bit of kit
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Cheapest Quality Road Bike Around - Calibre Progress Road Bike £214.97 @ Go outdoors £219.97

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£214.97 + £5 annual membership . A triple chainset and an 8-speed cassette mean a total of 24 gears across a wide range of ratios to help you conquer difficult terrain and steep hills. Gear changes ar…
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winchman
For the price, looks good. Obviously if you spend more you can get something better, but at this price seems good. Looks to have the same frame and wheels as the £350 Achieve, but not the carbon fork.
ive got the carbon forks on the Rivelin http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/calibre-rivelin-road-bike-p343886
Are these known brands and what's you view on quality over other known brands ?
ive used these bikes and the parts are not usual cheap crap like Viking entry bikes... but it is what u pay for it.. they are just different.
godz365
winchman
For the price, looks good. Obviously if you spend more you can get something better, but at this price seems good. Looks to have the same frame and wheels as the £350 Achieve, but not the carbon fork.
ive got the carbon forks on the Rivelin http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/calibre-rivelin-road-bike-p343886
Are these known brands and what's you view on quality over other known brands ?
Will probably do most people for commuting and exercise.
£85 more for carbon forks from decathlon
http://www.decathlon.co.uk/triban-500-se-id_8306187.html
godz365
winchman
For the price, looks good. Obviously if you spend more you can get something better, but at this price seems good. Looks to have the same frame and wheels as the £350 Achieve, but not the carbon fork.
ive got the carbon forks on the Rivelin http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/calibre-rivelin-road-bike-p343886
The Rivelin and Achieve at £350 both have the carbon fork, buts its quite a jump in price. I think for £215 you are getting something pretty decent. The frame is double butted, not something you would normally see for that price, makes it lighter and improve the feel of the ride.
winchman
For the price, looks good. Obviously if you spend more you can get something better, but at this price seems good. Looks to have the same frame and wheels as the £350 Achieve, but not the carbon fork.
ive got the carbon forks on the Rivelin http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/calibre-rivelin-road-bike-p343886
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"Go Outdoors" Discount Card - Free of Charge

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Thought this might be of interest to some people and can't see that it has been posted before ... I was in the Southampton branch of "Go Outdoors" today and noticed that they are currently offering t…
GrumpyBob Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago32 Comments
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It's now charging £5
I was in the Southampton branch of Go Outdoors again this evening and took the attached photo as evidence that the offer exists.

I asked a shop assistant where else in the country the offer was running and he said he didn't know. And, being a fairly typical UK shop assistant, he didn't offer to try to find out (LOL!)

http://i66.tinypic.com/50pe6a.jpg

Edited By: GrumpyBob on Apr 27, 2016 21:01
duncanhill
Kenneth131
yeah iv had to pay for the card in the past but they price matched a special offer on a £120 backpack down to £65 and a many other camping items, I just always find what I need, check the price on my phone and where it's cheaper, let them know at the till and boom even cheaper items. great

Am I missing something here, even if they price match the item (the first item you buy) is still more expensive as you've had to pay the £5 membership, why not buy direct from the company they are price matching against?


​it could be but I bought the backpack, camping gas, stove, some clothing, would have had to order it from multiple stores online and not all had free shipping so factor in the £3.99 or so on a few and it was more than the price of the card plus it was nice to find pretty much everything in one place. even got myself a Swiss champ knife price matched at a store online I wouldn't have trusted to give my money to (can't remember the name of the store now was 2 years ago) for £35 when go outdoors had it in. depends how much your buying I guess
Kenneth131
yeah iv had to pay for the card in the past but they price matched a special offer on a £120 backpack down to £65 and a many other camping items, I just always find what I need, check the price on my phone and where it's cheaper, let them know at the till and boom even cheaper items. great

Am I missing something here, even if they price match the item (the first item you buy) is still more expensive as you've had to pay the £5 membership, why not buy direct from the company they are price matching against?
yeah iv had to pay for the card in the past but they price matched a special offer on a £120 backpack down to £65 and a many other camping items, I just always find what I need, check the price on my phone and where it's cheaper, let them know at the till and boom even cheaper items. great
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Just tried to use it and it shows a message saying:Invalid voucher code
Sorry, the sub total of your basket is less than the minimum permitted value of goods that can be purchased with this voucher. What is the minimum permitted value?
TERMS & CONDITIONS APPLY: A GO Outdoors Discount Card is required. Discount Cards are available in store and online for just £5 per year. Only one coupon per Discount Card. Offer valid Wednesday 23rd March until Midnight Tuesday 29th March 2016. This voucher must be handed in at the till to receive the discount. Not to be used in conjunction with Price Guarantee. Does not include Gift Vouchers, Discount Cards, Vango Airbeam tents, gas hire charges, Sale, WOW and any other offers. ONE VOUCHER PER TRANSACTION.

To use online use code: EASTER15 at the checkout.

Doesn't say anything about minimum spend, as far as I'm aware there isn't any oO

Edited By: mikebolton6 on Mar 27, 2016 22:10
Just tried to use it and it shows a message saying:Invalid voucher code
Sorry, the sub total of your basket is less than the minimum permitted value of goods that can be purchased with this voucher. What is the minimum permitted value?
I'm puzzled as to why people are actually voting this cold :|
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Okuma Safina Noir 25 FD Fishing Reel £14.97 with discount card or £19.97 without

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Brilliant Reel for the price these usually sell for £39, the next cheapest price I can find this reel for is £36.99 so for go outdoors to be selling them so cheap is amazing, if your into your fishing…
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Go outdoors have just added another 15% off on all departments using discount code easter15 at checkout or print for in store use, so this deal now works out at £12.72 with a discount card or £17.72 without
Unfortunately the discount code doesn't apply to Sale items but thanks for the post and don't let the Trolls put you off.

My bad, I didnt realise it didn't include sale items, thanks for pointing that out :p

Edited By: mikebolton6 on Mar 24, 2016 20:54
mikebolton6
Go outdoors have just added another 15% off on all departments using discount code easter15 at checkout or print for in store use, so this deal now works out at £12.72 with a discount card or £17.72 without


Unfortunately the discount code doesn't apply to Sale items but thanks for the post and don't let the Trolls put you off.
xavierseb1
3 kg max ? this is for small fish / fly fishing. Not good for proper sea fishing like barracuda, grouper, tuna, cassava fish so useless to me.

Why comment then when it clearly states in the title that the reel is a size 25 so its obviously not for big fish like tuna

Edited By: mikebolton6 on Mar 24, 2016 13:12
3 kg max ? this is for small fish / fly fishing. Not good for proper sea fishing like barracuda, grouper, tuna, cassava fish so useless to me.
Go outdoors have just added another 15% off on all departments using discount code easter15 at checkout or print for in store use, so this deal now works out at £12.72 with a discount card or £17.72 without
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Vango Nadina 600 Family Tent - £399, RRP £640, GOOutdoors online and instore £379.00

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Great deal on this high quality, branded 6 man tent. RRP of £640 on Vango and Gooutdoors. Previously on sale for £499 but has now been reduced to £379. Plus, Topcashback offer 7.07% cashback (Quidco…
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Correct. The price went up to £399 overnight. Still waiting on my order turning up instore.
Looks good, but shows as £399 when I use link? Has it gone up or am I missing something?
Good for families and all the Eastern Europeans homeless here in Bristol
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Mammut Brecon GTX Walking Boots PRICEMATCH - £95.00 @ Go Outdoors

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A great pair of walking boots at a very cheap price. £140 at Go-Outdoors, they will pricematch and give a further 10% off. Use this link to pricematch: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Raichle-Mammut-Brecon-…
fatsharkben Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago2 Comments
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Nice find hot.
I've had a pair of these for just over a year and can't recommend them enough. fantastic boots and we'll worth the money
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Rab Men's Microlight Alpine Jacket LARGE only, Go Outdoors instore £99.00

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Anyone who knows these jackets, will understand this is an unbelievable price, the Microlight series NEVER go sub £100, and usually sell for £150 to £180. These are about function, they are not high…
JHL Avatar3m, 2d agoFound 3 months, 2 days ago5 Comments
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£95 inc postage.
kandinsky
Blue and black available at ekosports for £95.
£87 now. Womens.
Blue and black available at ekosports for £95.
Lovely jackets, hideous colour
I've had 2 Rab jackets now. (first caught fire in a log cabin. don't ask oO )

I won't buy anything else.
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Rab sale @ GoOutdoors example Mens Micro Pull-On £20.00 from £55

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New lines added. Limited sizes in this sale but worth a browse through if you are looking for some quality gear.
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andersonchenghy
anyone got any waterproof jacket that they can suggest ?
For decent quality and price, can't really beat the RG1
How much do they normally go for ?
Saw one for £62 on amazon, seems a bit pricy :/
thanks for getting back to me tho
andersonchenghy
anyone got any waterproof jacket that they can suggest ?
For decent quality and price, can't really beat the RG1
anyone got any waterproof jacket that they can suggest ?
JCod32
For authenticity combine it with a pair of skinny jeans, ugg boots, a pashmina, and walk round saying "literally" a lot. Also don't forget to keep telling everyone about the horses mama and dada bought you.
Ya, ra!
to be honest guys, I've noticed my marketing preferences being ignored over and over again when buying items online, from almost anywhere really. Buy something and no matter what option you choose, you'll be spammed regardless.

Go Outdoors have some great prices and I dont' mind having a card.

Heat from me
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Merrell Moab Leather Walking Shoe £50.00 delivered @ Go outdoors free delivery on sizes 8.5, 11 and 12

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Best price around. Comfortable from day one and for this price you have so-so waterproof. Light and good for warmer months. Vibram is just plus. A waterproof shoe that offers all day comfort whatever
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Not a special price. It is often at that price in other places. Often around 60 eur on Amazon EU. I consider this just a normal price.
I've been wearing Merrells for years, including this model. Merrells, for some reason, have always been too small in my regular size, but going up one size has given me a perfect "glove like" fit, and I've found them to be of excellent quality. Hope that is of some help.
How are these for size?
You have to be a discount card holder -so that's an additional £5 ( you can buy one at the same time as ordering )
The price is only for those with their discount card - £100 otherwise or add on a fiver for their card.
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Mammut Men's MT Trail XT GTX Mountain Boots | GO Outdoors £99.00

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These are ridiculously cheap at this price! Very highly rated boot. I purchased these 3 weeks ago for £140 which was a great price then!!!
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Don't get how these have gone cold at this price. It seems like most people on HUKD don't appreciate outdoor/sport kit. Constantly Xbox and PS4 games that are going hot.
Dr_Lovegod
Mammoth. Pants. Cold


I've hiked all over the world in these, in temperatures of 45 degrees C down to -24. In canyons, up mountains 4,500m in crampons. They've done amazing over 4 years, but last weekend up Snowdon they finally gave in and my feet were drenched. I bet I've put a few thousand miles on those boots without a single issue. Without doubt these are amongst the best non alpine boots you can buy, and the best pair of boots you will get for £99 anywhere in the country. Those mocking this deal should stick to their Hi-Tec's ;)
smokingplunger
elliott1982
had some mammut brecon and not impressed. gone meindl now and in a different league
I've had a pair of Mammut Brecon for over a year and they've had a lot of use actually in the Brecon Beacons in all weather conditions and they're fantastic in my opinion. I'd happily buy another pair when these give up on me. The Goretex works fantastically well and once broken in they're really comfortable.

I paid the same price as these for them and they were a bargain. Heat from me.


​cool. but seems a common problem that chunks of rubber come away from sole, something to do with the compound used by vibram, well reported
mcormack
THEDC0
How can anyone with a brain vote cold on this!!????!
These are a £200+ pair of boots!!!
I think people find them too heavy.
My Brecons felt heavy to start with but you get used to the weight really quickly.
elliott1982
had some mammut brecon and not impressed. gone meindl now and in a different league
I've had a pair of Mammut Brecon for over a year and they've had a lot of use actually in the Brecon Beacons in all weather conditions and they're fantastic in my opinion. I'd happily buy another pair when these give up on me. The Goretex works fantastically well and once broken in they're really comfortable.

I paid the same price as these for them and they were a bargain. Heat from me.