I got a Manfrotto 718B tripod on sunday which was on discontinuation clearance (note the 98p on the end means discontinued) from Currys. These normally sell for £60-70 online and are really well constructed. You can feel the quality of construction compared to a Hama for example and spares are available.
Mine came with a Manfrotto tripod bag too. It might be difficult to find in some areas.
Before voting cold and saying that you can get a hama tripod from ASDA for a fiver do some research, there is no comparrison.
closed length 49.0 cm
minimum height 47.6 cm
maximum height 166.3 cm
maximum height (with center column down) 139.5 cm
weight 1.40 kg
load capacity 2.50 kg
panoramic rotation 360 °
built-in head yes
lateral tilt -90° / 0°
front tilt -80° / +150°
leg cross section three-faceted
column cross section three-faceted
leg sections 4
quick release yes
leg angles 25°
center column rapid
plate type 384PL
attachment 1/4'' screw
legs tube diameter 24,8 , 20,4 , 16 , 11,6 mm
Manufacturers description: The718B is a compact 4-section tripod with a short folded length. It has a built-in hybrid video/photo 3-way head with a "dovetail" quick release camera plate (can be locked in place one-handed), separate pan and tilt locks, and a short pan/tilt bar for more ergonomic use while panning or tracking moving subjects. The leg pivot system uses a unique single hinge design in aluminium which both keeps the cross section smaller and allows the leg to fold shorter than conventional tripods. Comes complete with a carrying bag with twin shoulder straps for backpack style carrying.http://www.manfrotto.com/Jahia/site/manfrotto/pid/2051/lang/en