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Inflatable Pool Lounger / Rubber Ring available £3.99 at Lidl on Monday 09/05/16

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Ideal for the pool, beach or garden, with 2 repair patches included Choose from: Rubber Ring with 2 sturdy handles, size approx. (cm): Ø 88 x H27 Inflatable Pool Lounger with viewing window, size a…
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NINTENDO Mini Classics Keychain £3.99 @ LIDL From Monday 9th of May

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NINTENDO Mini Classics Keychain Back to the 80's :-D Mini LCD keychain game in a classic GameBoy design with clock and alarm function Mario’s™ Cement Factory, Donkey Kong™ Jr. or Super Mario Bros™.
OutATime AvatarOutATime1d, 14h agoFound 1 day, 14 hours ago62 Comments
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alittletitanic
Absolutely dreadful quality. Barely looks anything like a game boy, something you'd find in a pound shop.
beanhead4669
amis1975
rogeshpat
Thanks for the heads up. Is there a limit of how many you can buy.
I am going to buy a fair amount of these and sell them on ebay. make a few quid. They are going for up to £15 on there.

I suggest you look at sold listings on ebay m8, hardly any actually sell!!!


​shhh dont tell him!
SpeedyG
rogeshpat
SpeedyG
rogeshpat
Thanks for the heads up. Is there a limit of how many you can buy.
I am going to buy a fair amount of these and sell them on ebay. make a few quid. They are going for up to £15 on there.
Eurgh, I dislike this. Buying up stock to make a quick buck while leaving people who need it out of pocket and potential enjoyment. :(
There's more things you can make money from surely. oO
Well please tell me how else can I make money. I am open to your wisdom.

http://i.imgur.com/3qUuqgd.jpg
rogeshpat
brilly
rogeshpat
SpeedyG
rogeshpat
Thanks for the heads up. Is there a limit of how many you can buy.
I am going to buy a fair amount of these and sell them on ebay. make a few quid. They are going for up to £15 on there.
Eurgh, I dislike this. Buying up stock to make a quick buck while leaving people who need it out of pocket and potential enjoyment. :(
There's more things you can make money from surely. oO
Well please tell me how else can I make money. I am open to your wisdom.
http://cosmouk.cdnds.net/15/03/1421154092-anigif_optimized-26351-1420998169-6.gif


Are you implying that I should get a job.

It's hard as then that will mean I have to wake up really early, something like before 11am. Not to forget finish really late, something like 3pm. Also they have recently upped the minimum wage which means I will get more minimum. Not to also forget that some days it rains, it can be dangerous or worse snow. In the winter in gets dark early, how am i expected to find my way home in the dark.

To top it all off, Tanisha down the job centre does not like me. She is always on my back about getting a job. Either that or she secretly fancies me.

Speedy G, I am waiting your reply.


Edited By: rogeshpat on May 03, 2016 20:36
cicobuff
brilly
Istanbul_Kop
I wonder why Nintendo removed their branding from the product?http://www.mobilevenue.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/Game-and-watch.jpg
probably some licensing thing - these aren't made by nintendo but the game itself is so its not an actual nintendo product it just features their game

Not made by Nintendo, but licensed by Nintendo. I have seen some photos of these keychains with Nintendo logo branding whereas these just have licensed by stamp of approval on the outer packaging. Whether the Nintendo logo ones were manufactured directly by Nintendo or a Nintendo partner and these are third party with Nintendo licensing is anyone's guess. Answers on a postcard please.

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MENABO Aluminium Roof Bars £27.99 @ Lidl

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Max load 90kg think its a good deal. 3 years warranty.
look12345 Avatarlook123451d, 20h agoFound 1 day, 20 hours ago10 Comments
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kab600
Not on sale until 9th May.
compadre
Onmi Edson
Haven't been to a shop yet ( can anybody confirm please?) but online states £27.99 each
Mistake like! But will be two. Was last year.
solid
Be pretty unusual if they sell them one at a time
Onmi Edson
Haven't been to a shop yet ( can anybody confirm please?) but online states £27.99 each
look12345
MIB15
Great price...HOT

Halfords wanted £90 for a universal roof bar set.....


​yes you right
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CRIVIT Sports Glasses with 3 year Warranty £6.99 @ Lidl

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Good value for glasses with 3 interchangeable, shatterproof and scratch-resistant polycarbonate sets of lenses, and the 3yr warranty. Lightweight design with 100% UV protection Available in various…
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Zontes
Been using these for ages. Excellent quality for price..
Jiwani80
Personally I don't like them at all
tectonic80
Absolute rubbish, bought some last time lidl had them. Biggest problem is the pretty significant lens distortion. Went in the bin.
paneds
rodman
Do not waste your money they are really crap, broken on the second day of use.


​they come with warranty so worth a punt
JoolsG4
rodman
Do not waste your money they are really crap, broken on the second day of use.

Strange... mine are still absolutely fine almost a year after I bought them.

Presumably, if you'd only had them a few days, you took them back for a refund / replacement?
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PARKSIDE Delta Sander £14.99 from lidl

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Ideal for hard-to-reach areas, with an ergonomic design for comfortable working With hook and loop fastener for easily changing sanding sheets, and patented 360° tool-free rotating sanding plate Inclu…
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agnostic
Bought this last year when I sanded my floors. Great job for the corners and edges.
Godsenseuk
CrazyBob
Great price, but I think a multi tool would be a better investment.

I would second this, given corded aren't much more money than this eithet
CrazyBob
Great price, but I think a multi tool would be a better investment.
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Parkside SDS 1050W Hammer Drill with 5 bits, depth stop and quick release chuck at LIDL £39.99

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Summer is coming, your house needs more ventilation. you could open a window, or you could smash a bloody great hole in the wall like this lady. Perfect for cool summer breezes. Spent years messi…
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bonzobanana
macgyvers child
bonzobanana
melted
bonzobanana
Parkside are low end Chinese tools imported by Einhell.
This particular tool looks poorly configured as its too low powered for SDS and bulky as a normal drill. A typical issue is it can only use SDS masonry drills the supplied keyless chuck is only for metal and wood drills so you lose the option for using a wide range of standard masonry drill bits. Power wise 3 joules compares very badly with something like this at Screwfix for £50.http://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb278sds-5kg-sds-drill-230-240v/97533
Which offers 8 joules of force.
The end result is a drill not suitable for typical SDS applications as too weak, not suitable for lighter masonry work as can't take standard masonry drill bits and bulky and awkward for normal drilling. Definitely not great for driving screws either. It's hard to know who this is for, maybe as shown a SDS drill for women and the elderly who can't physically hold a normal strength SDS drill but need to do some very light breaking. Is it really worth saving £10 over a proper SDS drill at Screwfix with a huge number of very positive reviews for what is a very limited product.
No mention of a safety clutch either so not recommended for use with core drills which is a common use for SDS drills.
Looks like it has a large reverse switch just above the trigger switch which is probably a give away that this is more standard hammer drill with a SDS chuck fitted rather than dedicated SDS drill design which often don't have reverse.
Too low powered for SDS?
And there's me thinking it looked like it might be a little on the heavy side, and a lighter weight, lower powered one might be better choice for most jobs (other than heavy breaking or core drills).
I use a 500w (2.4 Joules or there abouts) Wickes branded (possibly made by AEG) one bought some years ago. I've used it to sink socket boxes, chase out the walls for cables and drill countless holes and we have a lot of the dense concrete block, hard brick and even what appeared to be concrete lintels used up in the internal walls, even the bricks used in the external walls are harder than normal. I virtually destroyed a normal impact drill and completely wrecked a chuck and sometimes had to resort to a lump hammer and star bit chisel before getting an SDS
The only thing it struggled on was breaking up a thick concrete base with a 2" wide chisel bit, for which I resorted to using a large sds bit to drill lots of holes as it was considerably quicker and the bit being much longer saved bending down as much.
My wickes one has a reverse switch and it most definitely is electo-pneumatic, it has come in handy in the rare occasion that I've got a bit stuck by not clearing the dust.
I'd be surprised if this one doesn't have a safety chuck even though it doesn't mention one. I'd agree they are important - I've used a very old sds that didn't have one and the bit jammed while working up a ladder, fortunately I didn't lose my balance when it yanked itself out of my hand.
Anyway :- This appears to be product details:- http://www.lidl-service.com/cps/rde/SID-25C1CABD-310D8C3A/lsp/hs.xsl/product.html?id=160312033&rdeLocaleAttr=en&title=HAMMER%20DRILL%20PBH%201050%20B2
and the manual:- http://www.lidl-service.com/static/160312033/273100_EN.pdf
It really depends on your usage but this products seems poorly configured in many ways. It's SDS but its not suitable for typical SDS breaking, core drills or very long SDS masonry bits so it limits its functionality. However ok for lighter SDS breaking but there is only £10 difference between tools far more capable for SDS uses.
Clearly not good as a typical wood, metal or screw driving function either because you have to use a chuck adapter making the tool bulky and cumbersome.
For light masonry drilling you can't use standard masonry drill bits so not great for shelving and minor masonry work.
As ever it depends on your main use. There is a huge difference between 3 and 8 joules force.
The Wickes drill same as AEG statment may well be correct as the Hong Kong company that owns the AEG power tool brand also supplies to shops but that doesn't mean the Wickes drill represents AEG quality of old. They are all fairly low end nowadays. The same company makes the poor Hoover vacuum cleaners and Power Devil brands etc. It's fairly low price stuff but doesn't mean it isn't fit for purpose.
This Parkside tool is a typical marketing led product. It ticks all the right boxes as versatile and low price with a stylish design but the end result for many will be a tool not ideal or suitable for their needs. Too weak for many SDS uses and too strong and unsuitable as a standard hammer drill because it can not take standard masonry bits and the chuck adapter will move forward and back in the sds chuck which makes it inferior to use over standard hammer drills. Two poor drills combined into one mediocre drill destined to annoy many of its owners.
​why would you want to use standard masonry bits?

Greater range, smaller sizes, lower prices. Other speciality drill bits. You'll find a wide range of non-sds masonry drill bits by many top brands. Also not forgetting a normal chuck gives you better control over wood and metal drill bits without the chuck adapter moving back and forth in the sds chuck. You can make cleaner holes. Saying that definitely the strength of this product is as a masonry drill no question its just it falls short as a standard drill or a SDS breaker for most uses.
GDB2222
I have a standard hammer drill, quite heavy and powerful, which won't touch some jobs that my 2 Kg SDS drill breezes through. You really don't need a 6Kgs drill for straightforward drilling jobs, and it's a strain to hold one one-handed above your head - maybe not for the body-builders here, but it is for the normal blokes.
bengibbo123
Hot from me, I bought one a couple of years ago and it's had some serious abuse, being used virtually as a tradesmans tool during a complete house renovation. Still going as strong as on day 1!

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deadcert
I've had a parkside drill for years and for diy jobs it's perfectly adequate
melted
macgyvers child
bonzobanana
melted
bonzobanana
Parkside are low end Chinese tools imported by Einhell.
This particular tool looks poorly configured as its too low powered for SDS and bulky as a normal drill. A typical issue is it can only use SDS masonry drills the supplied keyless chuck is only for metal and wood drills so you lose the option for using a wide range of standard masonry drill bits. Power wise 3 joules compares very badly with something like this at Screwfix for £50.http://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb278sds-5kg-sds-drill-230-240v/97533
Which offers 8 joules of force.
The end result is a drill not suitable for typical SDS applications as too weak, not suitable for lighter masonry work as can't take standard masonry drill bits and bulky and awkward for normal drilling. Definitely not great for driving screws either. It's hard to know who this is for, maybe as shown a SDS drill for women and the elderly who can't physically hold a normal strength SDS drill but need to do some very light breaking. Is it really worth saving £10 over a proper SDS drill at Screwfix with a huge number of very positive reviews for what is a very limited product.
No mention of a safety clutch either so not recommended for use with core drills which is a common use for SDS drills.
Looks like it has a large reverse switch just above the trigger switch which is probably a give away that this is more standard hammer drill with a SDS chuck fitted rather than dedicated SDS drill design which often don't have reverse.
Too low powered for SDS?
And there's me thinking it looked like it might be a little on the heavy side, and a lighter weight, lower powered one might be better choice for most jobs (other than heavy breaking or core drills).
I use a 500w (2.4 Joules or there abouts) Wickes branded (possibly made by AEG) one bought some years ago. I've used it to sink socket boxes, chase out the walls for cables and drill countless holes and we have a lot of the dense concrete block, hard brick and even what appeared to be concrete lintels used up in the internal walls, even the bricks used in the external walls are harder than normal. I virtually destroyed a normal impact drill and completely wrecked a chuck and sometimes had to resort to a lump hammer and star bit chisel before getting an SDS
The only thing it struggled on was breaking up a thick concrete base with a 2" wide chisel bit, for which I resorted to using a large sds bit to drill lots of holes as it was considerably quicker and the bit being much longer saved bending down as much.
My wickes one has a reverse switch and it most definitely is electo-pneumatic, it has come in handy in the rare occasion that I've got a bit stuck by not clearing the dust.
I'd be surprised if this one doesn't have a safety chuck even though it doesn't mention one. I'd agree they are important - I've used a very old sds that didn't have one and the bit jammed while working up a ladder, fortunately I didn't lose my balance when it yanked itself out of my hand.
Anyway :- This appears to be product details:- http://www.lidl-service.com/cps/rde/SID-25C1CABD-310D8C3A/lsp/hs.xsl/product.html?id=160312033&rdeLocaleAttr=en&title=HAMMER%20DRILL%20PBH%201050%20B2
and the manual:- http://www.lidl-service.com/static/160312033/273100_EN.pdf
It really depends on your usage but this products seems poorly configured in many ways. It's SDS but its not suitable for typical SDS breaking, core drills or very long SDS masonry bits so it limits its functionality. However ok for lighter SDS breaking but there is only £10 difference between tools far more capable for SDS uses.
Clearly not good as a typical wood, metal or screw driving function either because you have to use a chuck adapter making the tool bulky and cumbersome.
For light masonry drilling you can't use standard masonry drill bits so not great for shelving and minor masonry work.
As ever it depends on your main use. There is a huge difference between 3 and 8 joules force.
The Wickes drill same as AEG statment may well be correct as the Hong Kong company that owns the AEG power tool brand also supplies to shops but that doesn't mean the Wickes drill represents AEG quality of old. They are all fairly low end nowadays. The same company makes the poor Hoover vacuum cleaners and Power Devil brands etc. It's fairly low price stuff but doesn't mean it isn't fit for purpose.
This Parkside tool is a typical marketing led product. It ticks all the right boxes as versatile and low price with a stylish design but the end result for many will be a tool not ideal or suitable for their needs. Too weak for many SDS uses and too strong and unsuitable as a standard hammer drill because it can not take standard masonry bits and the chuck adapter will move forward and back in the sds chuck which makes it inferior to use over standard hammer drills. Two poor drills combined into one mediocre drill destined to annoy many of its owners.
​why would you want to use standard masonry bits?


Beats me. Replaced all mine with Bosch sds bits, and still using the same ones I bought 16+ years ago, I don't think I've even had to sharpen any of them despite being well used. They were pretty cheap too. Standard masonry bits aren't really suited for use with a sds drill as their spiral isn't coarse enough or deep enough so they're more likely to jam. Besides who wants to waste time tightening bits in a chuck which will also probably wear out after a few years due to the hammer impacts.
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FLORABEST Outdoor Broom £3.99 @ Lidl

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With a telescopic handle, extendable from approx. (cm): 79 - 143 In Store: Starts on 5th May 2016
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lovenkrands
gr1340
I don't need this. I have had the same broom for 20 years. It's had 3 new handles and 5 new heads.


Well played, Trigger.
gr1340
I don't need this. I have had the same broom for 20 years. It's had 3 new handles and 5 new heads.
jimmybo
At least you won't miss anything if you use the telescopic handle! :D
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Another £5 off a £40 spend voucher in today's (Friday) Daily Mail (65p) - Also another £5 off a £35 spend at M & S voucher (Food & Flowers) in The Mail on Sunday (1st May)

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For anyone without access to the free Metro paper's £5 off a £40 spend Lidl voucher, there's one in today's Daily Mail on Page 36 Valid 'till Monday May 2nd Only two alcoholic products can be purchase…
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jimmybo
pilipalas
How much does the Daily Mail cost on a Saturday?

Saturday's Daily Mail costs 90p
There's also another £5 off a £35 spend on Food and Flowers at M & S in tomorrow's Mail on Sunday (£1.65) - valid 'till end of Monday May 2nd
pilipalas
How much does the Daily Mail cost on a Saturday?
seb
there's a £5 voucher off £35 spend at marks & spencer too.

in yesterday's daily mail and today's also.

food and flowers only - alcohol excluded which is a bit of a swiz.
jimmybo
psychdee
My local Lidl always accepts e-Voucher

You're Luckdee!

My local Lidl also Strictly imposes the "Two alcohol products" per voucher limitation
psychdee
My local Lidl always accepts e-Voucher
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£5 off £40 spend @ Lidl in Friday's Metro

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In Friday's edition of the Metro there is another voucher for £5 off a £40 spend at Lidl - page 38. Maybe of use ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend. Valid from 29th April to May 2nd. Two alcoholic pr…
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Monaco Blue
Heat. Prosecco, fruit and veg are always finished by 4pm. The queues at the till have become unbearable.
countessf
Last week the voucher was also in the Mail. Metro is basically recycled Daily Mail.
meoshie
Anyone else copying the link and being taken to Google Play store?
warmtoffee
The coupon is in my Daily Mail today Friday. That's two boxes of Pinotage wine 14%.
Works out at 6 litres for £22 ish. Spend rest on Spinach, baby tomatoes and blueberries and pies.
juggler1
Thanks so much op, have some heat
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whiskas 12pk pouches 2 for £4.00 @ Lidl

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Whiskas 12pk poultry in jelly Whiskas 12pk fish in jelly £2.49 each Or 2 for £4 @ Lidl
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KICIOR
Yes, it is my cat's favourite, and the rest of the cat food has the same content, except of Encore and Lily's kitchen which is so overpriced...Felt guilty about feeding her Whiskas first, but she stays healthy and looks great. Not so bad overall!!
yrreb88
mattsokolinski
KICIOR
mattsokolinski
smiffy1888
heat added, my fussy cat won't eat whiskas or i would have stocked up on them
your cat is right. its the worst food you could buy
Why?
poor meat content (4%).
Cats need muscle meat (60-70%) and some offal (30-40%) due to specific vitamins and minerals. no veg and other carbs where possible.

here is a rather comprehensive list of wet cat food
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-mMJBQ_r05GdDBEY0pWbURmRE0/edit?pli=1


It says on your own link, that the 4% is just the minimum required to say what flavour it is e.g. With chicken, chicken flavour. The meat content will be much higher than that because wet food is usually at least 80% water so 4% chicken becomes minimum 20% chicken.

Regardless, the cheap pet food is fine for cats. The best food is one your cat will eat and one you can afford imo. There's plenty of animals that need food and homes without worry about which food has a few % more meat.
mattsokolinski
KICIOR
mattsokolinski
smiffy1888
heat added, my fussy cat won't eat whiskas or i would have stocked up on them
your cat is right. its the worst food you could buy
Why?
poor meat content (4%).
Cats need muscle meat (60-70%) and some offal (30-40%) due to specific vitamins and minerals. no veg and other carbs where possible.

here is a rather comprehensive list of wet cat food
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-mMJBQ_r05GdDBEY0pWbURmRE0/edit?pli=1
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doobyduck
Isn't it cheaper to buy tins rather than pouches?

It's a different product in the tins
doobyduck
Isn't it cheaper to buy tins rather than pouches?
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LIDL PICK OF THE WEEK DEALS 28th April - 4th May Blueberries 125g 59p, baking Potatoes 59per kg, Spinach 59p, Tomato Mix 59p, 2 Cod Fishcakes 89p, 2 Chicken Kievs 99p ||||||||5th - 11th May Red Peppers 39p, Aubergines 39p, Wild Rocket 39p, Tomatoes39

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LIDL PICK OF THE WEEK DEALS 28th Thursday April - 4th Wednesday May Blueberries 125g 59p British Baking Potatoes loose 59per kg Oaklands Spinach 250g 59p Oaklands Speciality Tomato Mix 300g 59p Meat…
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bevers
fish cakes were nice
cjp64
lassy
Lidl offers are crap since they stopped the half price weekend deals better off at aldi

Yes, they need to bring them back. We would shop there much more if they did.
dezbo8888
The blueberries are poor quality in my.lidl
robertoegg
mmmm spinach!

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andreocean
m5rcc
Blueberries, surely?
Thanks corrected
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2014 Châteauneuf-du-Pape Red Wine £7.99 @ Lidl

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Nice little Châteauneuf-du-Pape for a bargain price. I assume it's national if they have any left in stock (I spotted this in the Prestonpans store). Although the shelf was starting to look a bit ba…
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cowbutt
Wotwine gave it a positive review and reckoned they'd pay £12, so we gave it a punt.

EDIT: That's for the one we had at our Lidl: a 2013 from Cellier Saint Jean.

Edited By: cowbutt on May 02, 2016 12:39: clarification.
adriandocherty
You know what the name of this wine means?
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"My dad's from Newcastle"
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Boom boom! X)X)
androoski
I've been in Lidl today and had a look. It doesn't admit to being from any particular winery on the label so goodness knows what's in it, I decided not to chance it.
gizmokaka
muck
238

Crivit double roof 3 man tent - £29.99 Lidl

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Did a search and surprised this hasn't been posted yet already. Not sure of the quality or if 'double roofed' is the same as/better/inferior to a single/double skinned tent. It does have a 2000mm hydr…
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mattholmes
Picked up a lidl tent this weekend and set it up in the garden. Survived the rain ok and easy to set up and take down. Build quaility not the best but for £30 what do you expect. voted hot.
delvey1987
Well customer service at decathlon is great. Plus they make outdoor stuff, unlike lidl who are a general super market so I expect it to be better quality. Decathlons own brand stuff has got a good reputation. And the above link doesn't seem to be working
AsManThinketh
delvey1987
I picked this up a few weeks backhttp://www.decathlon.co.uk/arpenaz-3-tent-3-man-blue-id_8347890.html
If you have a decathlon local maybe worth seeing if they have one

Is it any better than this Lidl one though? :{
delvey1987
I picked this up a few weeks back
http://www.decathlon.co.uk/arpenaz-3-tent-3-man-blue-id_8347890.html
If you have a decathlon local maybe worth seeing if they have one
keetster83
mwa
I bought mine on Monday 24th

Thanks, that's why it's not showing up on the website. I'll have to go into store to see if they have it on here
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Superman V Batman Lidl £2.99 each T-shirt & Boxers @ Lidl

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Batman or a Superman t-shirt £2.99 seems an excellent price plus boxers at £2.99 for two as well. Sizes from M to XL Superman Batman Batman v Superman Managed to find pics on German site http://w…
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Babbler
Is this one now or later in week?
Now
Kmcmahail
Yeah they've went down to £2.99 from £3.99 not sure if it's Nationwide
MaltyFlakes
Saw these in my local store a couple of weeks ago, along with kids and men's pjs. Are they doing them again?
Gollywood
boostii
Superman v Batman, the ultimate confrontation, I love the idea of it being fought out on my boxers, I Imagine my genitalia being bigger, more powerful and somehow destroying both of them.


​ViagraMan?
hass123
Kmcmahail
Smallville is amazing such a brilliant story pity the comics are expensive not read them yet.


Comicmad.com
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FLORABEST Trolley Barbecue £19.99 @ Lidl

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Sturdy and stable sheet steel frame with a chrome-plated, 5-level height-adjustable grilling rack and 2 wooden shelves Robust enamelled fire bowl with windscreen Includes 70cm barbecue skewer with wo…
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cr7hg
good luck with barbecue in UK. 5 degrees, 30 miles of wind and refreshing rain and it's almost May lol
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CRIVIT PRO Bluetooth® Speed & Cadence Sensor £19.99 @ Lidl

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Good value for this type of device with 3yr warranty. Measuring tool for more efficient cycling training Wireless data transmission to free app, with training archive for easy access to historical dat…
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polyamorous
Good deal, it does only say it's splash proof however.
lightrider
[img]http://i1191.photobucket.com/albums/z462/lightrider1/270759_04_f.jpg[/img]
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Silvercrest Cordless Window Vacuum Cleaner £19.99 @ Lidi

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Starts Monday 2/5/2016 SILVERCREST Cordless Window Vacuum Cleaner £19.99 each Suctions off dirty water for streak-free cleaning of glass and mirrored surfaces, as well as shower cubicles, tiles, etc.
mrd1 Avatarmrd11w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago3 Comments
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tectonic80
Perfect for sucking up condensation on the inside of Windows on cold mornings. However, I've seen the karcher version for not much more (£25ish) in places so might be better to get one of them.
Hoppie
My dad gave me his which is about 18 months old so not exactly the same model (probably the MK1) and its pants compared to my Karcher, I use the Silvercrest one on my car windows but leaks if you don't use it vertically so my advice keep your receipt :|
worthinger
And a 3 year guarantee.
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Silvercrest 2200mAh Solar Charger 9.99 @ Lidl

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Seem like a good deal. Was 11.99. 3 year warranty http://www.lidl.de/de/silvercrest-solarladegeraet-fuer-mobile-geraete-sls-2200-b1/p194982?
hotdealseeker Avatarhotdealseeker1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago5 Comments
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Nexusfifth
UK is probably the worst market in the world to sell one of these. You barely get to use it so no wonder it has 3 years warranty...
mummybear1976
Got one last year. Absolutely rubbish. Have never managed to get it to charge in the sun
Roger_Irrelevant
Crap batteries inside so this will hold about 700mAh after a year or so. Better getting a fold out one that's direct Solar -> USB.
corred1964
Had one for a year.....solar panel is a plastic strip which peels off if left in the sun

Mine only held charge for a few days but didn't keep the receipt to return it

2200 mah is not a lot these days
hotdealseeker
Quoted in
https://dashcamtalk.com/forum/threads/lidl-uk-silvercrest-battery-charger-solar-battery-charger-%C2%A311-99-2200-mah-3-year-warranty.11607/
Bought, tested- impressed!
(sorry lidl's links- site is useless, basically you'd have to go to the store own-self
or... German Link
http://www.lidl.de/de/silvercrest-solarladegeraet-fuer-mobile-geraete-sls-2200-b1/p194982?

Called Solar Charger- external battery pack.
Specified Input via USB 5V- 0.5A (nonsense, as I use plug USB charger of 2A- nothing burned and re'charged in 1 hr!)
Output specified 5V-1A (yup- works like dream, charged up my 3400Mah phone battery from 18% to 92% in 1.5 hrs, dont ask how, as 2200Mah mathematically shouldn't have given so much (74% of 3400 would mean 2516 MaH ?...)
Used with my DashCam (really power hungry) in the car- recording was almost 4Hrs, before it clunked out. (I believe capacity of 2200+Mah is genuine, unlike 99% of Chinese branded (unbranded) batteries)
Once recharged, 24hrs later still indicated to be 100% charge (hold charge by itself)
Solar charge (top-up) didn't test, but expect to be invaluable! as IE camping or even driving to work and just leaving on a dash for emergency to top up, also decent suckers included, with some bulky-useless quick release bracket's... maybe, in a banger, it would be good enough look? :D also suckers aren't strong enough to hold own weight)
Size... small compared to my phone, appears to be mediocre quality case, but certainly has functionality of "premium" batteries chargers!
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Cockburns Quinta dos Canais 2001 Vintage Port - £9.99 Lidl

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Found in my local (Wrekenton, Gateshead) Lidl - Originally £19.99 which is a great price for this port - reduced to £9.99 which is a steal. Maybe local, but the offer was on a printed board so I assum…
GeordiePaul AvatarGeordiePaul1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago4 Comments
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NotALot
Price still marked as £19.99 at my local but scanned at £9.99 - thanks!
bakeryeq
Bought one few weeks ago. Good price.
kelsbels12
may get some today. Cheers OP.
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Baufix(R) 10L White Outdoor Masonry Paint £12.99 each @ Lidl

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Not sure if this stuff is any good compared to other known masonry paints £12.99 each or £24 for 2, not showing on their website but saw it in store on Thursday will cover 30m2 two coats or 60m2 singl…
Hoppie AvatarHoppie1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago1 Comment
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arotabi
Remaining stock of their recent deals.

It's £24 for two which makes it even better value.