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Singer Sewing Machine 2282 - £79.99 - LIDL

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Available in store from 21st of may, while stock lasts -A classic, trusted design, with a heavy duty metal frame and 32 built-in stitches -Accessory kit included -Product comes with 3 years warranty Read More
Available in store from 21st of may, while stock lasts -A classic, trusted design, with a heavy duty metal frame and 32 built-in stitches -Accessory kit included -Product comes with 3 years warranty
D3V1L Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago9 Comments
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Unfortunately the offer has now finished at LIDL
Anybody know if this deal is still on?
Is this offer still on?
Maggy_A
I'm going to look at this, is Singer the original or has it been bought out...it seems very cheap for a self threading Singer...I hope it's as good as it looks I'm definitely in line for a new one.


its always this price at lidl when it comes and that's after 6 months or so. but you will have to get in early so don't leave it untill after 11am!
the best machine you can get
bexius2003
I've had this machine for a few years now and it is excellent! Both myself and my young daughter are able to use it, and it coped very well when I made large curtains with it...so recommended! Hope this helps?!


Thanks! Think I'm going to go for it.
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lidl £5 off £30.00 spend in lidl moments brochure

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I stay in Barrhhead Glasgow and today postie delivered a lidl moments brochure( picture of burgers on the front) may edition,theres a voucher for £5 off a £30 spend on page 2 its valid from 15/5 to 29… Read More
I stay in Barrhhead Glasgow and today postie delivered a lidl moments brochure( picture of burgers on the front) may edition,theres a voucher for £5 off a £30 spend on page 2 its valid from 15/5 to 29…
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Hi, anyone get the working 'voucher link', please? (I could not see anything while I click at it).

Thanks in advance
None in my local
chrith
http://i65.tinypic.com/23ts56r.jpg link to the voucher pic hope it helps
Thanks for this - see if I'm lucky.
chrith
http://i65.tinypic.com/23ts56r.jpg link to the voucher pic hope it helps

lilgreenpea
Cant imagine they will take a print out thats blank on the back, too obvious it's not from from the leaflet. Got a pdf scan if anyone fancies their chances printing them off. Print two sided and bind the edges on the long side and it prints just like the leaflet. https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/05/17/lidl/
Thanks for this - printed - see if I'm lucky.
Used the one that came through my door yesterday. Went in to try the wine...came out £90 lighter picking up an iberico ham for £28! Amazes me how cheap everything is. Defo going back
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Lidl vacu vin pineapple slicer £2.49

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Great gadget for slicing pineapple. Can't vouch for the melon slicer as never used one Read More
Great gadget for slicing pineapple. Can't vouch for the melon slicer as never used one
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Very useful. Love it in my kitchen
These work great, heat from me
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Lidl - Sports Bra £4.99

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Cold. Apparently Lidl are offering people money to post their products here.
DO NOT BUY THIS as it is infected with German spyware!
Can these be rooted?

Edited By: Bilbo1968 on May 13, 2017 11:16
Is this just the normal version or the custom one?
Do they support boobs in the UK? or just Germany?
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John hopper ball (Frozen, Dory or Cars3) for £3.99 @ LIDL

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From 18/05. Same deal as last year. It had reached 254 degrees. Any feedback from buyers? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/john-character-hopper-ball-3-99-lidl-2204932 - Choose from designs f… Read More
From 18/05. Same deal as last year. It had reached 254 degrees. Any feedback from buyers? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/john-character-hopper-ball-3-99-lidl-2204932 - Choose from designs f…
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Glenalba 34 Year Old Sherry Cask Finish Blended Whisky - £30.00 instore @ LIDL

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Just popped into Lidl in Reading to grab some of the hardware deals going on at the moment and saw this and thought I'd share. Not sure if nationwide. Read More
Just popped into Lidl in Reading to grab some of the hardware deals going on at the moment and saw this and thought I'd share. Not sure if nationwide.
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Interestingly if you look at the bottom of the label it is from the "clydesdale scotch whisky company" Other whiskys registered here are Whyte & Mackay, Dalmore, Isle of Jura, Tamnavulin...Glen alba has also been winning awards notably glen alba 22 winning "best 'special release' blended whisky of 2015 at the world whisky awards. (beating johnnie walker Blue at 5x the price)

Yet to try a bottle, but I bought several.

Edited By: Madstacks83 on May 22, 2017 20:25
bresslaw73
M_z
It's a not a brand anyone has heard of, so £30 is probably the right price, Id have thought?
Bells is very famous - I've got a bottle here you can have for £50?
The point is that whisky goes by its reputation, Bells is a cheap blend - everyone knows this. Glenalba is an unknown brand of malt so doesn't have a reputation so you'd expect it to cost a lot less as it has no reputation, even if it is actually very good.
bresslaw73
MattyGr
bresslaw73
MattyGr
bresslaw73
M_z
It's a not a brand anyone has heard of, so £30 is probably the right price, Id have thought?
Bells is very famous - I've got a bottle here you can have for £50?
He has a point, in that if you stick this in a Glenlivet bottle it'd sell for 10x this much, probably more
Sell it in Lidl and price is about right. Wouldn't really matter if it's the same stuff, people pay for the brand
He hasn't got a point at all. Glenlivet Founders Reserve can sometimes be got for just over £20 and it's an awful whisky.
Founders Reserve is NAS....
I think you've missed the point, try reading it again?!
I'm well aware it's NAS but the OP is ambiguous - I think you need to consider that maybe your interpretation might be wrong?

No, the point stands and is obviously the case here.
MattyGr
bresslaw73
MattyGr
bresslaw73
M_z
It's a not a brand anyone has heard of, so £30 is probably the right price, Id have thought?
Bells is very famous - I've got a bottle here you can have for £50?
He has a point, in that if you stick this in a Glenlivet bottle it'd sell for 10x this much, probably more
Sell it in Lidl and price is about right. Wouldn't really matter if it's the same stuff, people pay for the brand
He hasn't got a point at all. Glenlivet Founders Reserve can sometimes be got for just over £20 and it's an awful whisky.
Founders Reserve is NAS....
I think you've missed the point, try reading it again?!

I'm well aware it's NAS but the OP is ambiguous - I think you need to consider that maybe your interpretation might be wrong?
bresslaw73
MattyGr
bresslaw73
M_z
It's a not a brand anyone has heard of, so £30 is probably the right price, Id have thought?
Bells is very famous - I've got a bottle here you can have for £50?
He has a point, in that if you stick this in a Glenlivet bottle it'd sell for 10x this much, probably more
Sell it in Lidl and price is about right. Wouldn't really matter if it's the same stuff, people pay for the brand
He hasn't got a point at all. Glenlivet Founders Reserve can sometimes be got for just over £20 and it's an awful whisky.

Founders Reserve is NAS....

I think you've missed the point, try reading it again?!

Edited By: MattyGr on May 19, 2017 23:04: '
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Welding hood. Fully automatic - £29.99 instore @ Lidl

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I just bought this in Lidl, I'm a welder and have been for 45 years so I basically know a bit, lol. My company bought some similar to this 8 years ago, nearly £180 each and this is better. You can ad… Read More
I just bought this in Lidl, I'm a welder and have been for 45 years so I basically know a bit, lol. My company bought some similar to this 8 years ago, nearly £180 each and this is better. You can ad…
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RoosterNo1
Bargain... yes you can risk your sight on ebay for a few quid, but this will be built to some sort of regulations.... and be of sturdier stuff.
How would one risk their sight with one from eBay? is the filter lens far superior of the one in this deal? anyone who welds knows what their preferred shade looks like so if it's what their used to and the mask reacts instantly then there isn't a problem. Are you a salesman by any chance?

Salesman ??? hahaha - just someone with a little common sense - the materials used and build quality are often awful on cheap stuff - Ive had a couple of fellow welders buy twice because of shoddy plastic parts falling off - the clip around the faceplate is typical .. as are little gaps from ill fitting parts, YOU risk your eyes if you like.
RoosterNo1
Bargain... yes you can risk your sight on ebay for a few quid, but this will be built to some sort of regulations.... and be of sturdier stuff.


How would one risk their sight with one from eBay? is the filter lens far superior of the one in this deal? anyone who welds knows what their preferred shade looks like so if it's what their used to and the mask reacts instantly then there isn't a problem. Are you a salesman by any chance?
Just bought this, however I was disappointed to find that the prefilter was plastic.This always gets hit by sparks so I don't think it's going to last long. It looks as though it is replaceable. Though personally I think I'll tape a piece of glass over it :)
backinstock
muttonman
Lidl was selling a arc welder as well. Was thinking of getting one but I see a few people talking about a mig welder. Are they better?


My wife says she prefers squirty, whatever that means.


Squirty?? I don't think she's talking about welders :p
MIG is probably easier for a newby. MMA is easy enough with the right welder and the right rods and lots of practice. But most folk find mig easier to start out with as the welding position is constant (unlike mma where the rod gets shorter as you weld).
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Powerfix Extension Leads choose from 6 socket or 2x3 socket £3.99 @ Lidl instore from the 18th

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6 way extension cable or 2X3 way extension cables for £3.99 @ LIdl in black or white. •Choose from single 6-socket or twin pack 3-socket lead(s) •With child protection and an illuminated on/off swit… Read More
6 way extension cable or 2X3 way extension cables for £3.99 @ LIdl in black or white. •Choose from single 6-socket or twin pack 3-socket lead(s) •With child protection and an illuminated on/off swit…
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Any indication of what the cable length is on these? (Not mentioned on the Lidl site I notice! :( )
No there's no indication but nearly every extension lead I've bought has come with around 2m of cable. Please note I am not saying this has.
Any indication of what the cable length is on these? (Not mentioned on the Lidl site I notice! :( )
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Silvercrest USB Socket Adapter £3.99 @ Lidl instore from The 18th

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This pass through socket allows you to charge 2 devices at once and also still use the plug socket comes in 3 colours with a 3 year warranty also. •For charging mobile phones, tablets, mp3 players, e… Read More
This pass through socket allows you to charge 2 devices at once and also still use the plug socket comes in 3 colours with a 3 year warranty also. •For charging mobile phones, tablets, mp3 players, e…
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Not bad for a 3.4A charger
bigdeal66
SENNYO1
according to THIS post these are 2.1a
Looks like a different one says 3400mA On the image.
so looks good.
Maybe 1500mah each with added artistic flair?
Noice
SENNYO1
according to THIS post these are 2.1a
Looks like a different one says 3400mA On the image.

so looks good.
according to THIS post these are 2.1a

Edited By: SENNYO1 on May 11, 2017 10:43
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LIDL DEALS 11th-17th May- Sweet Potatoes 69p per kg, Mini Cucumbers 250g 69p, Speciality Broccoli 200g 69p, Butternut Squash 69p per kg, British Beef Mince 500g £1.29 |||||| 18th-24th May- Onions 49p, Potatoes 49p kg, Cabbage 49p, Aubergine 49p

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LIDL DEALS 11th Thursday May - 17th Wednesday May Fruit And Veg Oaklands Sweet Potatoes 69p per kg Oaklands Mini Cucumbers 250g 69p Oaklands Speciality Broccoli 200g 69p Oaklands Butternut Squash 69p… Read More
LIDL DEALS 11th Thursday May - 17th Wednesday May Fruit And Veg Oaklands Sweet Potatoes 69p per kg Oaklands Mini Cucumbers 250g 69p Oaklands Speciality Broccoli 200g 69p Oaklands Butternut Squash 69p…
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connorb13
offer prices sneaking up

Possibly, as I thought the Cimarosa South Africa Cabernet Sauvignon was only £3.99?
Still a few good deals though, especially the Emmental cheese slices.

Thank you OP.
My Lidl did something a little strange earlier this year. The 100g chocolate bars went up to 39p (via silver tags, mainly used for the luxury products), then a short while after they returned back to 30p. Slightly irrelevant huh? The chocolates though haven't been reduced for ages and, while it's not something major, I am concerned about it. The cheese slices look good though so hopefully I'll remember to pop in for them.
The point I was making is that most offers (Weekly/Weekend) in Lidl are not really good enough. In most cases, you can buy these cheaper elsewhere. Lidl normally creeps up prices of certain produce before the weekly offer to show savings. I had been using Lidl for most of my shopping but realising it is time to switch to Aldi.
I don't think Lidl is really alone in raising prices - its pretty obvious that prices have been pushed up in recent weeks in Tesco and Sainsburys (I don't shop so much in the others so not sure on those).

If Aldi has held its prices until now kudos to them, but I doubt that will be the case for much longer.
andreocean
varunadas
Aubergine at 49p is an usual price. Even Jumbo king prawns are now being sold for £3.09 for 225g (frozen) - so pretty much the same price for 400g. Brioche rolls have increased to £1.19 but still at 99p at Aldi. Lidl prices are creeping up.
I Agree the prices are slowly going up on some products compared to this time last year.
Welcome to Brexit Britain. Everything is going to be more expensive and prices are only going to keep going up. Well done to those who voted for everything to be lower quality and more expensive. Yummy gristle.
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Florabest Electric Chainsaw (Reduced) @ LIDL - £39.99

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Looks like the Florabest electric chainsaw (regularly sold at LIDL) is available as part of their weekly deals but at a reduced price of £39.99. I have seen it at this price from time to time at my l… Read More
Looks like the Florabest electric chainsaw (regularly sold at LIDL) is available as part of their weekly deals but at a reduced price of £39.99. I have seen it at this price from time to time at my l…
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Bruce Campbell approves of this deal
http://cimg.tvgcdn.net/i/r/2015/10/23/fca691f5-d089-4433-b374-56abe1615015/thumbnail/1300x867/a12308a56f51edbc20a00c2eb0b0fdd3/151023-news-ash-vs-evil-dead.jpg


Edited By: jukkie on May 24, 2017 16:08
1-star, cord gets tangled when used for juggling, would not buy again.
So this Irishman goes into the tool shop and says, I've got to cut down fifty trees this weekend, what would you recommend, and the guy says, This chainsaw should do the job, Sir. The Irishman buys the chainsaw and leaves.
The next week, he comes back in the store and says, This is no good! It took me ages to cut down those trees and it was flaming hard work, so it was. I want a refund! So the guy takes the chainsaw and says, OK Sir, I'll just see if I can find what's the matter... He pulls the starter cord, the chainsaw starts, the Irishman jumps back and shouts, WHAT THE HECK IS THAT NOISE???
This is cheap, the last one cost me an arm and a leg....
busterdan
martinm1
busterdan
Martin, these deals are limited but I don't understand why you seem to be having such a problem, for starters it is on the website....
when i check the website i dont get the https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/Non-Food-Offers.htm?id=196&week=1 which is my area it does not show so i guess its store specific where is your local store?
Hmmm...... SE England
Yes se england why don't they stock there
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Mini Circular Plunge Saw £49.99 at Lidl

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Just picked up one of these. AND YES I know there are loads of folk who **** off Lidl's Parkside brand but I have got quite a few of their power tools and never had a problem with them...I also own a Read More
Just picked up one of these. AND YES I know there are loads of folk who **** off Lidl's Parkside brand but I have got quite a few of their power tools and never had a problem with them...I also own a
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Nothing wrong with parkside power tools. I've been waiting for the railed plunge saw to come back... Don't quite see the need for these but hey ho
Could this be used with a straight edge and a couple of clamps to achieve the same as a railed plunge saw?

It doesn't cut worktop depth so that's main reason for wanting the proper plunge saw
Eagerbeaver
Are replacement blades easy to find for these?

I haven't opened mine yet, but the Lidl web pics show the blades are 85mm with a 10mm bore. A quick Google shows that size is easily available.
Are replacement blades easy to find for these?


Edited By: Eagerbeaver on May 11, 2017 12:30
Thanks to pubquiz & Rickardo for the tips - I'll dig out the receipt (& if not faded will take the tip to snap it) and see if I can find the manual for the service centre- My main problem is that the drill is in Spain so the chances of it being in stock when I am there is pretty low - so when I saw haighty had had one posted it seemed a real break!
pgjeffery
Haighy
Got quite a few Parkside tools. Only ever had a problem with a battery operated multitool that wouldn't charge. Emailed them and sent them the receipt. They sent me a complete new one so got 2 tools and one charger. Bargain
How long after you bought it?
I bought one of their drills last year - its been great - demolished a couple of walls - but I now can't get it to go hammer only. As they come into the shops rarely I was wondering how the 2 year guarantee worked.
Cheers


Check the packaging/manual for warranty details as in my experience, if some months/year after purchase, they want you to use the contact number/service centre rather than refund in store.
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Ernesto Usuba, Santoku or Yanagiba Knife. £5.99 each or 2 for £10 - Lidl

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High-quality, traditional Japanese style knife with a stainless steel blade and single-sided bevel for extra fine cutting. Choose from blade length (cm): Usuba: 18 Santoku: 18 Yanagiba: Read More
High-quality, traditional Japanese style knife with a stainless steel blade and single-sided bevel for extra fine cutting. Choose from blade length (cm): Usuba: 18 Santoku: 18 Yanagiba:
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The knives are brilliant they have the right feel and weight to them. Last time they did this deal I'm told there were 3 other styles, I'll be buying them as well if they come out again.
looking sharp.
hotukbeard
Handles don't look very comfortable.
Just get some Victorinox knives and you're sorted

What a ridiculous comment. A Santoku is £25 on Amazon, you, this is a fifth of the price. I look forward to your comment on the next Andrex thread, where you advise people to wipe with a ten-pound note instead !
Handles don't look very comfortable.

Just get some Victorinox knives and you're sorted
joedastudd
NikLP
snowflake75
NikLP
I really want one of these. Are they any good? I have a cleaver already but it's a little heavy, ergo unwieldy. Do I want a Usuba or a Santoku??
I've got something like this: http://es123161574949.knifeco.co.uk/epages/es116998.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/es116998_es123161574949/Products/CC
are you looking for rope, blanket, shouval and bag as well? ?? :|:(oO
Anybody else: feel free to translate the above message into something vaguely comprehensible.
They are saying that cleaver makes you look like a serial killer.
Hence the comment do you want rope, blanket, shovel and a bag to hide the bodies.
Well that's some fine detective work there! TYVM. Cleaver is a beast, love it.
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Glen Alba 22 year old Sherry Cask Finish Blended Whisky Half Price £14.99 @ Lidl (Newport, Usk Way)

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Bought 4, plenty on shelves, genuine 1/2 price...22 year old blended Scotch for £14.99 - Don't see that too often... Read More
Bought 4, plenty on shelves, genuine 1/2 price...22 year old blended Scotch for £14.99 - Don't see that too often...
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I have a wide range of Malts and some special blendeds but I am always happy to find an everyday whisky to supp without thinking about it. I did buy a bottle of this last year when it came out and think it is quite a nice blended. So, on the pretext we needed some milk and bread, I went off and bought the last 4 bottles in the local store.......

"What, this cheap old whisky dear?........ been in the cupboard for years!......."

Nice drop! Rude to leave it there for £14.99!

Ian.

Edited By: Hatchorder on May 10, 2017 18:34
Thanks, just sorted a good few Christmas pressies in one fell swoop. Lots left at York
A few bottles of this purchased after buying some of the 8 and 12 year olds yesterday, thanks for the heads up on this one... I think that's 10 in total though a few as a present for my Dad

This is one I purchased earlier in the year and have just about finished so nice timing :)
Should be national, if in stock - Try scanning if the price on shelf label is not reduced - worked with me with the Ben Bracken 12YO

Mysupermarket link for Glen Alba 22YO


Edited By: Monstro on May 08, 2017 09:25
this is a stunning whiskey, definitely buy at this price. anyone know if this store specific?
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Ernesto stainless steel bowl set (0.75, 1 and 1.6L with lids) for £4.99 @ LIDL

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3 pack - Made from stainless steel with tightly-closing plastic lids - Available in a range of metallic colours (grey, purple and green) - Capacity (L): 0.75, 1 and 1.6 From Sunday 07/05… Read More
3 pack - Made from stainless steel with tightly-closing plastic lids - Available in a range of metallic colours (grey, purple and green) - Capacity (L): 0.75, 1 and 1.6 From Sunday 07/05…
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Parkside Arc Welder £39.99 instore @ Lidl from Thursday

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Seems a great price for a 100A arc welder. they also have an inverter model for £69.99: https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/Non-Food-Offers.htm?articleId=2890 Any thoughts on whether that's worth the extra £30… Read More
Seems a great price for a 100A arc welder. they also have an inverter model for £69.99: https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/Non-Food-Offers.htm?articleId=2890 Any thoughts on whether that's worth the extra £30…
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Bought the standard arc welder @ £39.99 a couple of weeks ago with a view to repairing a car trailer.
Am really pleased with the quality of this welder, had not arc welded for maybe 15 years and after a few attempts started to produce some quality welds.
Used grinder to clean up metal and area for earth clamp then used the Lidl 2.5 rods on 3mm steel, worked a treat - bargain!!

Edited By: Paul_Darlo_12 on Jun 04, 2017 19:14
I have just ordered a spare battery charger for a Parkside drill from Kompernass its over 14 dAY.stillnot appeared any one know if this firm. is reliable please
slevinkelevra
could this weld a car chassis?


no
martroy
SleepyChris
Wowhats
martroy
Wowhats
Whats the difference between this model and the Inverter one at £69.99?
The simple answer, the cheaper one will be bigger and heavier. The technical answer , the cheaper one uses a transformer to generate the electric arc, the expensive one uses electrickery and probably is cheaper to make but more profitable.[/qu
martroy
[quote=Wowhats] Whats the difference between this model and the Inverter one at £69.99?
The simple answer, the cheaper one will be bigger and heavier. The technical answer , the cheaper one uses a transformer to generate the electric arc, the expensive one uses electrickery and probably is cheaper to make but more profitable.
So theres no difference in welding performance, I suppose the cheaper model would be more expensive to run in electricity than the Inverter one.
Unless you are welding all day every day I wouldn't worry about it
And if you were welding all day every day , you would not be using cheap kit like this, this is really only for hobbyist work, thin sheet metal, the odd bit of light tubing etc.


wrong !?
croz123
Mikiex
croz123
slevinkelevra
could this weld a car chassis?
wondering the same myself
I'm guessing if you have to ask, then the question you should be asking yourself is "Can I weld a car chassis"
There is only one way to learn ! You buy a kit capable of it. If it is then you practice. So thanks for answering the question lol
Definitely! There are a lot of good welding forums on the net, so its best to start there
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Cien 300ml Shower Gels reduced to 33p at Lidl

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I was in Lidl today and stocked up on some of the above shower gels. They were reduced to 33p. There were 4 different fragrances as shown. The staff member said they were having a clearout and the de… Read More
I was in Lidl today and stocked up on some of the above shower gels. They were reduced to 33p. There were 4 different fragrances as shown. The staff member said they were having a clearout and the de…
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Aldi's "AquaV" shower gel is, or was, excellent, particularly the "sea minerals" one. Haven't seen it recently, so maybe it's discontinued. 300ml for a similar price to the Lidl one.[/quote)[quote=troublesome1]Aldi's "AquaV" shower gel is, or was, excellent, particularly the "sea minerals" one. Haven't seen it recently, so maybe it's discontinued. 300ml for a similar price to the Lidl one.


Yes, I've bought the Aldi one before. It's something like 59p for their 1 litre bottle which is pretty cheap :)
xp3200
If it's the normal lime, orange etc this is the standard price. Good value for your money

yes

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Shopping/FindProducts.aspx?query=shower+gel&store=Lidl&sort=Price
Yeah these are cheap and good quality. The Red Sun one smells luxurious and relaxing. I don't think they do that one in XXL (1 litre) anymore.
Good spot OP!
This makes pretty good hand-wash as a refill
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Haagen-Dazs Belgian Chocolate only £1.99 instore at Lidl

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Haagen-Dazs Belgian Chocolate, 500ml (nom nom) Read More
Haagen-Dazs Belgian Chocolate, 500ml (nom nom)
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snapdragon
Multieman
I'd rather spend the extra money on Ben and Jerrys, cold from me.
Ben and Jerrys is not real icecream it is frozen junk confectionary!
I think you'll find they're both frozen junk. But Haagen Dazs is better quality frozen junk. And tastes better ;)
Multieman
I'd rather spend the extra money on Ben and Jerrys, cold from me.
Ben and Jerrys is not real icecream it is frozen junk confectionary!
Looking4Glitches
vardx
I used to be heavily addicted to dulce DE Leche and salted caramel flavour. Went through far too many. Good thing I'm also addicted to cardio...
Dulce DE Leche the blue cheese?


I think maybe you're confusing Dulce de Leche (sweetened milk) with Dolce Latte (the blue cheese)? X)X)X)
jakjazz
it breaks down muscles into fat the worst kind that becomes near to impossible to shift.
It breaks down muscle? Are you sure?

jakjazz
so good luck with your American ice-cream.
Where do you think this ice cream is from? It is just a funny name invented by americans! Quoting from wiki for you:
Häagen-Dazs /ˌhɑːɡənˈdɑːs/ is an ice cream brand, established by Reuben and Rose Mattus in the Bronx, New York, in 1961.
Reuben Mattus invented the "Danish-sounding" "Häagen-Dazs" as a tribute to Denmark's exemplary treatment of its Jews during the Second World War, and included an outline map of Denmark on early labels. The name is not Danish, which has neither an umlaut ä (rather, the ligature æ is the corresponding counterpart) nor a digraph zs, nor did the name have any meaning in any language before its creation.
vardx
I used to be heavily addicted to dulce DE Leche and salted caramel flavour. Went through far too many. Good thing I'm also addicted to cardio...
Dulce DE Leche the blue cheese?
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Hortus Sloe Gin - £9.99 instore @ LIDL

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On the shelf price is £15.99, scanned at £9.99. Not sure if local or national. Good price for good sloe gin. Far better than the Gordon's Read More
On the shelf price is £15.99, scanned at £9.99. Not sure if local or national. Good price for good sloe gin. Far better than the Gordon's
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[quote=djbenny1]Did they have any fast gin?
I'll get my coat.
tumbleweed moment - trot on LOL X)
Did they have any fast gin?

I'll get my coat.
£9.99 in Ipswich (London rd) :)
£15.99 in Maidstone (Tovil)
banjomike
leeroy999
banjomike
Nice brand but it is much sweeter than most sloe gins so not exactly typical.
If you are making your own, which is easy if you have access to sloes, then adding the sugar AFTER soaking the sloes in gin for two months will avoid the oversweet problem.
I personally find this less sweet than other brands and I have tried a few. There is nothing better than making your own, which is dead easy by the way. Got this because it's one of my favourite and my home made stocks have dried up.........must make more next year.
Which brand would you say is sweetest?
It's Gordon's sloe gin - very syrupy IMO
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Box of 12 Nestle Fab Lollies or Rowntrees Fruit Pastilles Lollies (6 pack with 100% extra free) £1.99 at Lidl

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12 Nestle Fab Lollies or Rowntrees Fruit Pastilles Lollies (6 pack with 100% extra free) just £1.99 at Lidl (works out at 16.6p each) Found at the Tunstall store in Stoke on Trent yesterday but the… Read More
12 Nestle Fab Lollies or Rowntrees Fruit Pastilles Lollies (6 pack with 100% extra free) just £1.99 at Lidl (works out at 16.6p each) Found at the Tunstall store in Stoke on Trent yesterday but the…
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Also £1 for 6 Packs Tesco.
Tesco had the limited edition birthday cake flavour too
iamprobably
Was going to say - arent these nearly always 6 for £1...?

No. They're usually 6 for about £1.75 or two boxes of 6 for £3 (in Asda and Tesco).
Was going to say - arent these nearly always 6 for £1...?
6 for £1 in Tesco so nearly the same price with the option of not scoffing 12 by yourself and then sitting in a pile of wrappers, asking yourself why you have no self control.

https://m.tesco.com/h5/groceries/r/www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=287129858

The History of Lidl

LidlLidl has become a common sight on British high streets over the past 10 years, and has risen out of nowhere to challenge the UK’s major supermarkets. The company was actually founded in 1930s Germany, but started opening stores across Europe in the 1970s. The first UK store opened back in 1994, and there are now more than 600 Lidl stores dotted across Britain.

Where to Buy Lidl’s Products

Most people buy Lidl products from one of the company’s UK stores. To find the nearest Lidl outlet to your home or workplace, head to the firm’s website and use the Store Finder. The tool can also be used to find out the opening hours of your local Lidl, which is always useful to know.

Lidl currently does not offer an online ordering service, so all customers must travel to a nearby store to make their purchases.

Product Categories Offered By Lidl

Lidl is most famous as a seller of basic groceries at extremely low prices. Products on offer at every store include fresh fruit and vegetables, cheese, pasta, sauces, baking goods like sugar and flour, processed meat, bakery items, desserts, canned foods, frozen ready meals, breakfast cereals, confectionery, soft drinks, alcoholic drinks, crackers, milk and eggs.

It's also a great place to stock up on beer and other party items for birthdays or sporting events.

The Lidl product range is also broken down into the following categories:

  • Electronics and Appliances – Includes a wide range of household items such as toasters and kettles, TV remote controls, electric toothbrushes and even blood pressure monitors.
  • DIY Essentials – Includes power tools, DIY materials and accessories, gloves and other protective equipment.
  • Toys and Family – Includes cut-price toys for all ages as well as party items and children’s magazines. The store also stocks plenty of children’s clothing, with designs for both boys and girls.
  • Fashion – Lidl sells bargain clothing for men and women, including jeans, footwear, coats and jackets, dresses and t-shirts.
  • The Wine Cellar – Showcasing Lidl’s wide range of wines. Lidl has become a major player in the UK’s wine sector in recent years, undercutting other retailers on price. You can find quality vintages from countries like France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Chile, Hungary, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, and even the UK.
  • Like Meat, Love Lidl – Lidl has also branched out into providing fresh, locally sourced meat for its customers (British reared meat carries the Red Tractor logo, so look out for that when you shop).
  • Fish – Lidl stocks a range of seafood products, all of them assured by the Marine Stewardship Council, making sure that they come from sustainable stocks. You can find almost any kind of seafood at Lidl, even luxury items like crab and lobster.

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Lidl also provide services, including a photo printing service at www.lidl-photos.co.uk, allowing customers to print out digital snaps and turn them into professional photo albums. The website at lidl.co.uk also holds extensive recipe pages where you can get inspiration for your next meal from the world´s most popular kitchens, such as American, Asian, British, French, Greek and Italian.

Ham and Broccoli Muffins by Lidl Recipes

Brands Stocked By Lidl

Lidl shopping cartMany of Lidl’s products are produced specifically for the supermarket chain and carry their own unique branding. This allows Lidl to reduce the costs of production and offer products of a similar quality to other supermarkets at a fraction of the price.

Other major brands on offer at most Lidls include:

Finding Bargains at lidl.co.uk

Finding great deals at Lidl should be simple. After all, it is one of the world’s biggest cut-price retailers. However, you can actually save money on in-store prices by checking out the latest deals before at www.lidl.co.uk.

The Our Offers section of the website includes all of the latest deals from Lidl, with weekly offers on fresh fruit and vegetables, DIY essentials, electronics and other items.

Many of the offers on the Lidl website are timed to coincide with seasonal events like Christmas, Easter and Bank Holidays, so when you are planning a get together, check out their deals to save money on party essentials.

Lidl black friday dealsMany of these mini-sales can be found at the Sensational Deals section of the Lidl website. This also includes the Pick of the Week and sections devoted to summer snacks and children’s football products.

Be sure to check out Lidl’s sales pages, social media and HotUKDeals listings as Black Friday approaches in late November. Along with many high street names, Lidl will be offering big discounts on Black Friday, so don’t miss out.

Payment Methods Accepted by Lidl

Lidl customers can pay by cash or major credit and debit cards. The company’s in-store checkouts can process contactless payments, helping to make the payment process faster. Each checkout area also includes a packing bench to make it easier to organise your shopping after payment.

Returning Items to Lidl

  • For food items purchased from Lidl, customers can return any items that they are not happy with up to 30 days after purchase (providing they are within the best before date). The store will then provide a full refund. If you return food items after the 30 days have elapsed, a replacement may be provided instead. Always remember to take your receipt with you when you seek a refund.
  • Lidl also allows customers to request a refund for defective non-food items. If you are unhappy with a non-food item, you have 12 months to return it to a Lidl store.
  • To return a non-food item, you will need proof-of-purchase. When you have found your receipt, take it with the item(s) to a Lidl store and you will be provided with a replacement or a full refund.
  • If a fault develops with a non-food item after the 12 months have passed, you may still be able to secure a refund or replacement.
  • To seek a refund in this case, contact Lidl’s customer services team on 0800 9777766 or 0370 4441234 (Monday to Saturday from 8:00-20:00, Sunday from 10:00-17:00). A staff member will discuss the next steps towards securing a refund.
  • You can also request a refund for any non-food items that you don’t want within 30 days of purchase. However, any items must be returned in their original packaging and you must supply your receipt.

Lidl’s Social Media Presence

Lidl recipesLidl have an active social media presence on most of the major platforms. If you want to keep track of their sales or find out about their products, these social media channels are a great place to look. You can find Lidl at:

My Lidl is another source of information about Lidl’s products and promotions. It includes regular recipes, activity suggestions and product reviews as well as links to Lidl’s brochures and leaflets. Customers can also join groups or chat forums on My Lidl that deal with specialist areas like wine, gardening and cookery.

Lidl also issue a regular newsletter to subscribers, featuring product updates and brochures, and you can sign up on their website.

Using the Lidl App

Lidl have created a handy app to make shopping at their stores even easier. The app includes a store locator with easy to follow maps, a product search function, the ability to bookmark your favourite products and Lidl Explore, to find recipes and product videos. You can download the app for Android phones at the Google Play Store or for iOS devices at the iTunes Store.

Contacting Lidl

If you want to get in touch with Lidl the best way to do so is by calling their customer service team on their telephone number at 0800 9777766 or 0370 4441234 (Monday to Saturday from 8:00-20:00, Sunday from 10:00-17:00).

You can also email customer services at [email protected] or fill in an online contact form.

Furthermore, you can write to Lidl UK’s head office at:

  • Lidl UK GmbH
  • 19 Worple Road
  • Wimbledon
  • London, SW19 4JS
  • United Kingdom

For most simple queries, the help resources on Lidl’s UK home page should be sufficient. They also have a Lidl size calculator making the purchase of ill-fitting clothes history.

Lidl is a huge retailer. For many people they are the first-stop when they are shopping for items like food and drink, cleaning products and other household essentials. They may already offer low prices, but customers can enjoy even bigger savings by checking out the deals on offer at the Lidl HotUKDeals pages.