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Ultimate Speed Car Mat Set £6.99 from LIDL

£6.99 @ LIDL
4 piece set Set of 4 mats made from heavy duty material, suitable for high-pressure cleaning Slip-resistant and noise-insulating Available in 3 sizes At £6.99, they're cheap enough for single wi… Read More
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4 piece set
Set of 4 mats made from heavy duty material, suitable for high-pressure cleaning
Slip-resistant and noise-insulating
Available in 3 sizes

At £6.99, they're cheap enough for single winter use
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#1
Top tip, smell them in the shop, some makes of cheap mats will make your car interior stink.
If these are ok, a good price
1 Like #2
I'd pay an extra £5 or so and get mats that are shaped correctly for your car. Badly fitting matts can be dangerous if they cause the accelerator pedal to snag in the down position.
#3
ficosaneil
I'd pay an extra £5 or so and get mats that are shaped correctly for your car. Badly fitting matts can be dangerous if they cause the accelerator pedal to snag in the down position.

This is very true and I have actually encoutered it. Ended up buying custom mats from GSF when they were on offer for £15 a set.
#4
Thanks OP Tesco sell Really heavy Duty Rubber Mats for about £12, they are Universal fit so you can cut out along lines to make them a better fit for your car. I have bought a set for my last 3 cars and never had to cut them as they follow shape of footwell. If you have Kids you need these, far better than carpet especially in winter with rock salt/snow/ice etc.
#5
Bogami
ficosaneil
I'd pay an extra £5 or so and get mats that are shaped correctly for your car. Badly fitting matts can be dangerous if they cause the accelerator pedal to snag in the down position.
This is very true and I have actually encoutered it. Ended up buying custom mats from GSF when they were on offer for £15 a set.
Only mats I can see on GSF are £24.48 and £48.53, and they're not custom.
1 Like #6
ficosaneil
I'd pay an extra £5 or so and get mats that are shaped correctly for your car. Badly fitting matts can be dangerous if they cause the accelerator pedal to snag in the down position.
Link for tailored mats for £11.99 please.
#7
Bogami
ficosaneil
I'd pay an extra £5 or so and get mats that are shaped correctly for your car. Badly fitting matts can be dangerous if they cause the accelerator pedal to snag in the down position.
This is very true and I have actually encoutered it. Ended up buying custom mats from GSF when they were on offer for £15 a set.

Same here, you would think that all manufacturers would make a standard clip on the rear of the footwell so that mats can be secured..
#8
you can grab some at Aldi for £3.99, I bought some on the weekend.
#9
kernhollie
you can grab some at Aldi for £3.99, I bought some on the weekend.
I assume you mean these. You obviously got a bargain.
#10
i've been in a rolls royce, I doubt these are 'ultimate'
but am willing to be wrong
#11
Meh. Spend a bit more and get somewhat fit/don't disintegrate /stink or leave marks. Seriously, why cheap out over a few quid. Some fitted bargains to be had on Amazon.de.
#12
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ficosaneil
I'd pay an extra £5 or so and get mats that are shaped correctly for your car. Badly fitting matts can be dangerous if they cause the accelerator pedal to snag in the down position.
Link for tailored mats for £11.99 please.
Search tailored car mats on this very website and you'll see a store called value car mats who also sell on eBay with full custom sets for less than £12.

They have a code "iwantadeal" for 40% off that seems to be permanently available.

Edited By: ficosaneil on Jan 16, 2017 20:22
#13
ficosaneil
qbs
ficosaneil
I'd pay an extra £5 or so and get mats that are shaped correctly for your car. Badly fitting matts can be dangerous if they cause the accelerator pedal to snag in the down position.
Link for tailored mats for £11.99 please.
Search tailored car mats on this very website and you'll see a store called value car mats who also sell on eBay with full custom sets for less than £12.
They have a code "iwantadeal" for 40% off that seems to be permanently available.
Thanks for the info. Bit more than £11.99 though! Around £15 after code applied. Their website doesn't exactly inspire confidence/give much away - no address or contact number.
#14
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ficosaneil
qbs
ficosaneil
I'd pay an extra £5 or so and get mats that are shaped correctly for your car. Badly fitting matts can be dangerous if they cause the accelerator pedal to snag in the down position.
Link for tailored mats for £11.99 please.
Search tailored car mats on this very website and you'll see a store called value car mats who also sell on eBay with full custom sets for less than £12.
They have a code "iwantadeal" for 40% off that seems to be permanently available.
Thanks for the info. Bit more than £11.99 though! Around £15 after code applied. Their website doesn't exactly inspire confidence/give much away - no address or contact number.
I seem to remeber that the code also discounts the postage too making it about £12 delivered, can't remember for certain.

You can see loads of people off here have ordered them in the past without issues including me a couple of times.

People can buy what they want, I'd personally never buy non fitted mats because of the risk of them moving or snagging the throttle pedal down. Each to their own though.
#15
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Bogami
ficosaneil
I'd pay an extra £5 or so and get mats that are shaped correctly for your car. Badly fitting matts can be dangerous if they cause the accelerator pedal to snag in the down position.
This is very true and I have actually encoutered it. Ended up buying custom mats from GSF when they were on offer for £15 a set.
Only mats I can see on GSF are £24.48 and £48.53, and they're not custom.
It's been ages since I bought. Try this (I think) https://m.gsfcarparts.com/898ch0021?
And then use code SNOW49 to get 49% off.


Edited By: Bogami on Jan 17, 2017 00:03
#16
Bogami
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Bogami
ficosaneil
I'd pay an extra £5 or so and get mats that are shaped correctly for your car. Badly fitting matts can be dangerous if they cause the accelerator pedal to snag in the down position.
This is very true and I have actually encoutered it. Ended up buying custom mats from GSF when they were on offer for £15 a set.
Only mats I can see on GSF are £24.48 and £48.53, and they're not custom.
It's been ages since I bought. Try this (I think) https://m.gsfcarparts.com/898ch0021?
And then use code SNOW49 to get 49% off.
£32 and code not valid. Mats appear to be beige only - yuk.
#17
qbs
Bogami
qbs
Bogami
ficosaneil
I'd pay an extra £5 or so and get mats that are shaped correctly for your car. Badly fitting matts can be dangerous if they cause the accelerator pedal to snag in the down position.
This is very true and I have actually encoutered it. Ended up buying custom mats from GSF when they were on offer for £15 a set.
Only mats I can see on GSF are £24.48 and £48.53, and they're not custom.
It's been ages since I bought. Try this (I think) https://m.gsfcarparts.com/898ch0021?
And then use code SNOW49 to get 49% off.
£32 and code not valid. Mats appear to be beige only - yuk.

Sorry can't help with the colour. They used to have black too. Here's a hint. If you register on GSF you'll immediately get a 30% off code. Then towards the end of every week you'd get a 45-50% off voucher only, valid for the weekend.
#18
I checked them today the quality is not too good.Would u really treat your car with these?
#19
Halfaudio
I checked them today the quality is not too good.Would u really treat your car with these?
That's why I said "At £6.99, they're cheap enough for single winter use". I had a look yesterday and reckon they're about as good as some costing more than twice that price. If they wash as easily as they claim, definitely worth the money for winter mats.

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