Hydraulic Trolley Jack (max load 2 tonnes) £15.59@ALDI - HotUKDeals
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On sale instore at Aldi from thursday 15th January.

Spec-
Lifting range: approx. 135-356mm (without load)
Lifting range: approx. 135-346mm (with load)
Lifting bar length: 690mm
Trolley jack size: 485 ?211 ?140mm
Weight: approx. 10.5kg
Maximum load capacity 2 tonnes
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#1
Seems ok to me. Been waiting for Netto to get them back in, but will probably go for this one.
1 Like #2
If you're going to rely on it get a bigger jack. Either way I'd rather a branded one from machine mart for an extra £4 odd

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jtx
If you're going to rely on it get a bigger jack. Either way I'd rather a branded one from machine mart for an extra £4 odd

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Sound advice. :thumbsup:
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#5
neilforshaw

I would also recommend decent supports if you are anywhere near under a vehicle.....:thumbsup:
#6
Scottie999
I would also recommend decent supports if you are anywhere near under a vehicle.....:thumbsup:


Yep:thumbsup: Just like the jack. It's a waste of money really until you need to rely on it, then, it's priceless:)

If you are contemplating working on your own car a decent jack and a set of axle stands are an excellent investment. Saving a few quid could literally cost your life. Or at least some time and trouble.
#7
Machine Mart jack is a lot more expensive at £25.09 delivered.

Are people really suggesting the Aldi ones might collapse due to product failure? I do know it is dangerous to work under a car supported by ANY jack, but that's more due to the physics of using a single jacking point compared to two axle stands or supports.
1 Like #8
If these are the same as they were selling last year at £10 then quality is as good as any sub £30. I got for myself and my father. Also they were TUV approved (it's like the german version of British Standards)
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TÜV is equivalent to Underwriters Laboratories (UL) in the US. They both test products to see if they can cause harm, catch fire, etc. From what I recall from readings the TÜV is more strict than UL in terms of standards and testing procedures.
#10
Can't dispute anyone's conflicting views but ill stick to my guns. I'd much rather go back to machine mart in 6 months time to get a replacement than aldi. Truth be told I am one to put the jack under and have a look :geek: As such I'd rather be killed by a clarke jack than an aldi one:oops:

As it happens I've a snap-on supplied jack that cost me over £150 and buy a new one every year. And I'm not saying I'm right, just giving my opinion:)

Edit: That said I'd rather this than the jack supplied by ANY car manufacturer.
[Moderator]#11
ALDI stuff is ok...lots of good advice from jtx :thumbsup:

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