SKS BEAVERTAIL MOUNTAIN BIKE MUDGUARD SET £4.88 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Hi all,

I have used this site on a daily basis now for many years so I am finally pleased to make my very 1st post!

For those of you that are looking for a set of mudguards for your cycle then look no further as I have found a cracking set of SKS Beavertails for just £4.88 from Amazon. These mudguards generally sell elsewhere for 3 times this price, so grab them while you can.

Just add a small item to take the order value over £5 & you'll also get free delivery, so here's the link for you:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Beavertail-Front-Rear-Clip-Mudguards/dp/B000X5ZK66

Hope this of use to someone.

Steve.
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banned#1
A genuinely hot deal, nice post!
#2
says save 2p
what's the fuss?
#3
RRP: £4.99 not so hot price maybe? Still, if you need them, under a fiver can't be bad.
banned#4
horton_graham
says save 2p
what's the fuss?


wtf you on about
#5
The shown RRP is incorect, google the item & you will see how much these sell for elsewhere.:thumbsup:
#6
Looks a bargain to me, voted hot
banned#7
generally just above £10 elsewhere ?
#8
Bargain, needed and ordered a set, thanks OP.

Added "Taupe 9cm Condiment Bowl" for 54p to take it over the fiver for free delivery.
#9
:thumbsup:
lumoruk
generally just above £10 elsewhere ?


The cheapest price shown by google is £10.27 but a delivery charge of £3.99 is payable, hence £14.26 which equates to 3 times the cost of Amazon.
#10
Lorian
Bargain, needed and ordered a set, thanks OP.

Added "Taupe 9cm Condiment Bowl" for 54p to take it over the fiver for free delivery.


Thanks, glad this was of use to you.

I ordered the Top Gear 2009 calandar for the bargain price of 99p!
#11
Joey0027
Thanks, glad this was of use to you.

I ordered the Top Gear 2009 calandar for the bargain price of 99p!


There is some mystery novel at 1p a copy from amazon, but it was a few days extra delivery, otherwise I'd have had 12 copies of that ;-)
#12
Lorian
There is some mystery novel at 1p a copy from amazon, but it was a few days extra delivery, otherwise I'd have had 12 copies of that ;-)


Yep, I saw that!

I wanted the calendar anyway but last time I looked it was £7.99, so I'm pleased with that too.
#13
They have split mine in to two deliveries, one for the mudguards, one for the bowl :roll:
#14
Lorian
They have split mine in to two deliveries, one for the mudguards, one for the bowl :roll:


Mine too...that makes sense eh! Probably different warehouses I guess??:thinking:
banned#15
Joey0027
Thanks, glad this was of use to you.

I ordered the Top Gear 2009 calandar for the bargain price of 99p!


No Hollyoaks calendars left?
#16
Great deal just ordered two.

Thanks for the post
#17
Will these fit a specialized rockhopper? Sorry to sound clueless but only just got it.
#18
I picked up this set for the Mrs MTB. I love SKS stuff, but this set is a pain in the backside if you need to repeatedly remove and refit them. The mechanism for fitting is fairly tricky and so discourages repeaded fitting.

Id recommend a set with fitting like these (Ive just given an example and not shopped around pricewise for the cheapest equiv.)

Just my 2p worth.
http://www.allterraincycles.co.uk/product/108171.html
http://www.allterraincycles.co.uk/uploads/images/large/108171.jpg
#19
Are these wide enough for mountain bike tyres?
#20
jazid
I picked up this set for the Mrs MTB. I love SKS stuff, but this set is a pain in the backside if you need to repeatedly remove and refit them. The mechanism for fitting is fairly tricky and so discourages repeaded fitting.

Id recommend a set with fitting like these (Ive just given an example and not shopped around pricewise for the cheapest equiv.)

Just my 2p worth.

those are the exact set i have but they are very pricy i bought them for £20/£25 as a set but i gave in to buying them as i had "cycled" through many cheaper ones and they were either not wide enough or they were not long enough so I still ended up with muddy water on my back! These were by far the best of the type kept by back clean by my legs still a mess, since they dont stop your feet from becoming muddy from the front wheel flicking water back at the lower level, the other type of mudguards are the ones that can stop it:
http://img84.imageshack.us/img84/4133/p1010811we6.jpg
http://img84.imageshack.us/img84/p1010811we6.jpg/1/w414.png
#21
Niz
those are the exact set i have but they are very pricy i bought them for £20/£25 as a set but i gave in to buying them as i had "cycled" through many cheaper ones and they were either not wide enough or they were not long enough so I still ended up with muddy water on my back! These were by far the best of the type kept by back clean by my legs still a mess, since they dont stop your feet from becoming muddy from the front wheel flicking water back at the lower level, the other type of mudguards are the ones that can stop it:


Erm a little confused by those/these references, but I think you mean that the full length mud guards are best for commuting (as you have a communting bike). Full fixed mudguards are the only option for all weather commuters in my opinion.

My advice was for off road use (if you are the sort that likes mudguards to keep you face/back slightly less filthy than riding with no mudguards). As I only stick the guards on when its just been raining and the mud hasnt dryed up.

My suggested mudgaurds are not a total solution but help to reduce spray - helpful when you are pluggin through 4 inches of Epping Forest mud, like yesterday. For my sort of riding getting wet and muddy is part of the fun. If mudgaurds are too close fitting (like the ones in your photograph) then you have constant mud blockage problems.
#22
I just read it,boy does my english suck. I agree with you lol I have them because i like to have a little fun too and i have a mountain bike so the other kind (one i pictured) is not suitable, but i felt that i should point out the problem with these kind of mudguards in general. (the one i pictured have complete coverage)
#23
Will these fit a specialzed rockhopper??
#24
My set have been dispatched.

Went to order some more, expired now I'm afraid.
banned#25
Niz;4247299
those are the exact set i have but they are very pricy i bought them for £20/£25 as a set but i gave in to buying them as i had "cycled" through many cheaper ones and they were either not wide enough or they were not long enough so I still ended up with muddy water on my back! These were by far the best of the type kept by back clean by my legs still a mess, since they dont stop your feet from becoming muddy from the front wheel flicking water back at the lower level, the other type of mudguards are the ones that can stop it:
http://img84.imageshack.us/img84/4133/p1010811we6.jpg
http://img84.imageshack.us/img84/p1010811we6.jpg/1/w414.png

Great way to turn a decent bike into resembling something my gran would ride :w00t:
#26
Glad this wasuseful to some of you. Quite impressed with the rating to my 1st post!
#27
Amazon just canx mine - email to say price was wrong at time of order.....ho hum! Back to throwing snowballs...

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