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Power Force Grass Trimmer 200W - Tesco - £5.87 - p + p or "pick up from the Tescodirect counter

£5.87 @ Tesco Direct
Power Force Grass Trimmer 200W This Power Force 200w grass trimmer has a 20cm cutting width and weighs 3kg. This corded grass trimmer features a bump line feed and an integrated second handle whic…
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8y, 2w agoFound 8 years, 2 weeks ago
Power Force Grass Trimmer 200W

This Power Force 200w grass trimmer has a 20cm cutting width and weighs 3kg. This corded grass trimmer features a bump line feed and an integrated second handle which improves balance and ergonomics.
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#1
Bargain!! Double clubcard pts this weekend too (on home delivery, but not collection I don't think)
#2
Cheap enough but dont expect to much from this as the motor is not very powerful.:thumbsup:
#3
Unless it is available instore anyway, then this does not get you free delivery, it has to be an order of over £25 for that, so the actual total price will be:
£5.87 + £4.74 = £10.61
#4
nihcaj
Unless it is available instore anyway, then this does not get you free delivery, it has to be an order of over £25 for that, so the actual total price will be:
£5.87 + £4.74 = £10.61



i have not quoted free delivery anywhere - read it - p & p or pick up in store:thumbsup:
#5
heat added .......... :thumbsup:
#6
holly100;4239383
i have not quoted free delivery anywhere - read it - p & p or pick up in store:thumbsup:


It is due to reading it I am none the wiser!
You haven't said "pick up in store" you said "pick up" so IS it available in-store? They certainly didn't have them in my store least weekend, and it is the biggest in the Country!

I have only a very small area of my garden this would be useful in, as such I have never bothered buying one, but because it would get little use, a real cheapie like this would suffice - but less than 6 quid or more than £10 is quite a difference!

"or pick up" with an item from Tescodirect says to me,"pick up" as in "pick up from the Tescodirect counter," for one thing, very few goods on Tescodirect are available instore at Tesco!
#7
nihcaj
It is due to reading it I am none the wiser!
You haven't said "pick up in store" you said "pick up" so IS it available in-store? They certainly didn't have them in my store least weekend, and it is the biggest in the Country!

I have only a very small area of my garden this would be useful in, as such I have never bothered buying one, but because it would get little use, a real cheapie like this would suffice - but less than 6 quid or more than £10 is quite a difference!

"or pick up" with an item from Tescodirect says to me,"pick up" as in "pick up from the Tescodirect counter," for one thing, very few goods on Tescodirect are available instore at Tesco!



thanks nihcal - have edited for those who are not aware of how tesco direct work :thumbsup:

as you have stated you only have a small garden so this would be handy for you - saves spending out more than necessary
#8
holly100;4239672
thanks nihcal - have edited for those who are not aware of how tesco direct work :thumbsup:
as you have stated you only have a small garden so this would be handy for you - saves spending out more than necessary


Yeah, but it is still going to cost £10.61 then if it isn't available in the main Tesco store,, as they charge delivery even for picking up at the counter, unless your order is over 25 quid, that's what I was trying to clear up :-(
#9
nihcaj
Yeah, but it is still going to cost £10.61 then if it isn't available in the main Tesco store,, as they charge delivery even for picking up at the counter, unless your order is over 25 quid, that's what I was trying to clear up :-(


I didn't think they did? Is this a change in policy....?

19. I would like to collect my parcel from store. Which stores offer this service?
There are a growing number of stores around the country with in store desks, which can be used for placing orders with Tesco Direct or arranging a pick up in-store for £4.85 or FREE on orders over £25 at selected Tesco Direct collection desks.

Evidently they do. I must have always ordered over £25 then because I would refuse point blank to pay a delivery charge to a store.
#10
i bought a similar strimmer from argos and they are pretty poor IMO
#11
forcephil
i bought a similar strimmer from argos and they are pretty poor IMO


i know - but if you only have small garden or want a cheap hair trimmer - its a good price:w00t:
#12
after a few minutes strimming with these you arms will want to drop off. hot price though
#13
we bought a similar one from argos last summer, unfortunately you couldnt get replacement spools for it (which i thought was crazy) so once you run out the entire strimmer goes in the bin. Dont know if this ones the same but its a similar price so wouldnt be suprised.
#14
All these strimmers seem much of a muchness at the budget end. In the hands of an expert the tool becomes better. Fact. Small garden - budget strimmer = fine. If you intend to whack couch grass and nettles down then pass on to a more powerful model or get a scythe.
#15
renown;4239191
Cheap enough but dont expect to much from this as the motor is not very powerful.:thumbsup:


so, what you are saying is its false economy
#16
Johnboy_1975;4239780
I didn't think they did? Is this a change in policy....?



Evidently they do. I must have always ordered over £25 then because I would refuse point blank to pay a delivery charge to a store.


Agreed - me too, but this could still be a cheap deal, if you were buying something else... as it happens I had a qualifying purchase just last week!
#17
I have one of these. They are basically disposable, once the line runs out it is useless. Mine is still sitting in the shed, anyone with an idea on how it might be re-cycled please speak now...
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paddymcn;4248510
I have one of these. They are basically disposable, once the line runs out it is useless. Mine is still sitting in the shed, anyone with an idea on how it might be re-cycled please speak now...


Any reel of line would do... you never need buy expensive branded spools from the manufacturers! Any, for even for a model that wasn't an exact fit for the spool just unreel it and reel it on your spool! - I have done this before with strimmers in the past when I had a fully lawned garden with a lot more need for one than I have now!

All you do is buy the line in a discount shop... (The sort of places that sell cheap garden tools, hoses and accessories and cheap tools eg the Blackspur range! Even some pound shops have this sort of thing) For example near where I live there are a couple of these discount shops that sell reels of it in a couple of thicknesses.... just wind it on - 5 minute job, just make sure you know where the thign fees through, especially for the auto-feed type.

You can even get this sort of thing online:
http://www.toolspot.co.uk/product/strimmer-line
http://www.mowermagic.co.uk/acatalog/15_metre_Rolls_of_Nylon_Line.html

Although I think you can probably get the stuff cheaper and easier locally!

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