Vibe Envy Girls BMX Bike was £139.99 now £59.99 @ Halfords + Quidco and possibly cheaper with 10% discount voucher - HotUKDeals
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Girls BMX bike
20" wheel
Suitable for 7-9 year olds
Oversize hi-tensile steel frame
Hi-tensile steel fork
Resin platform pedals
16T single freewheel
Single gear
BMX 2PC hi-tensile steel handlebar
BMX steel 4 bolt stem
BMX grips
V brake and resin brake levers
BMX 20 x 1.95 street tyres
Alloy 36h rims
BMX saddle
Steel seat post
Alloy seat clamp
Weight: approx. 14kg
Colour: Pink/Red
Bike accessories also available
Age Group: 8-10
Colour: Pink
Frame Material: Steel
Gender: Girls
Stabilisers: No
Handlebar Free-spinner: No
Stunt Pegs: No
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[mod] 7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Nice find - Don't forget 6% Quidco. H & R added
#2
Just had a quick look on the website and they are showing as £59.99 the cheaper price is for this weekend only an extra 10% off so if you are interested you need to be quick. There is also a boys version the same price. Hot price
#3
Is this a good price, as in were people really buying it for £140?

Haven't got a clue about bikes, but my daughter is starting to outgrow hers and I am wondering whether this is worth buying to put away for about 6 months or so, or if this is a standard price for this kind of bike.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated and I will leave rep
#4
Fozzza
Nice find - Don't forget 6% Quidco. H & R added


No quidco on instore collections
#5
Mrs.Z
No quidco on instore collections


Thanks for that - wasn't aware - Sorry! :oops:
[mod]#6
Mrs.Z
No quidco on instore collections


I would say this 'cos I posted the deal......but I wouldn't have posted it if I didn't think it was a good price. For example, my brother spent over £100 on a similar bike for my niece at Xmas. So this is a cracking price. But it will only be this price for about three days:thumbsup:
#7
To be honest, it was probably overpriced at £140. But still a good buy at the price.
#8
andywedge
I would say this 'cos I posted the deal......but I wouldn't have posted it if I didn't think it was a good price. For example, my brother spent over £100 on a similar bike for my niece at Xmas. So this is a cracking price. But it will only be this price for about three days:thumbsup:


I never said it wasn't a good price, I am buying one tomorrow! :w00t: As per this thread
Just letting people know about the Quidco, that's all! :-D
[mod]#9
Mrs.Z
I never said it wasn't a good price, I am buying one tomorrow! :w00t: As per this thread
Just letting people know about the Quidco, that's all! :-D


You asked " Is this a good price, as in were people really buying it for £140?

Haven't got a clue about bikes, but my daughter is starting to outgrow hers and I am wondering whether this is worth buying to put away for about 6 months or so, or if this is a standard price for this kind of bike.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated and I will leave rep"

I answered your question with " would say this 'cos I posted the deal......but I wouldn't have posted it if I didn't think it was a good price. For example, my brother spent over £100 on a similar bike for my niece at Xmas. So this is a cracking price. But it will only be this price for about three days" So why now, that I've kindly answerted your question are you being like that?:oops:
#10
andywedge
You asked " Is this a good price, as in were people really buying it for £140?

Haven't got a clue about bikes, but my daughter is starting to outgrow hers and I am wondering whether this is worth buying to put away for about 6 months or so, or if this is a standard price for this kind of bike.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated and I will leave rep"

I answered your question with " would say this 'cos I posted the deal......but I wouldn't have posted it if I didn't think it was a good price. For example, my brother spent over £100 on a similar bike for my niece at Xmas. So this is a cracking price. But it will only be this price for about three days" So why now, that I've kindly answered your question are you being like that?:oops:


Oh! I'm with you!
I thought you were being narky cos I said about Quidco.
You used my quote about Quidco to type your answer about the bike and said that 'you would say this' so I thought that you had the hump cos I pointed out Quidco !

Anyways, thanks for posting the deal, my daughter will be happy :friends:
[mod]#11
Mrs.Z
Oh! I'm with you!
I thought you were being narky cos I said about Quidco.
You used my quote about Quidco to type your answer about the bike and said that 'you would say this' so I thought that you had the hump cos I pointed out Quidco !

Anyways, thanks for posting the deal, my daughter will be happy :friends:


Good. Glad to be of help. Hope your daughter likes her bike and has a great birthday:gift:
#12
who would buy their daughter a vibe ?
#13
garethyoung
who would buy their daughter a vibe ?


Me, why whats up?
#14
i'm not disrespecting the bike - just that naming it after a sex aid seems rather badly planned.
#15
garethyoung
i'm not disrespecting the bike - just that naming it after a sex aid seems rather badly planned.


Yes, I am sure that Halfords plan was to name the bike after a sex aid, are you not clued up on English or just a bit dirty minded?

vibe - 5 dictionary results
   /vaɪb/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [vahyb] Show IPA Pronunciation ,
–noun
1. Informal. vibration (def. 4).
2. Often, vibes. Slang. vibration (def. 6).
Origin:
1965–70, Americanism; by shortening
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Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2009.
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vibe (vīb) Pronunciation Key
n. Slang
A vibration. Often used in the plural: a nostalgic vibe to the decor; a stranger who gave off bad vibes.

[Short for vibration.]
The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
Copyright © 2006 by Houghton Mifflin Company.
Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.
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vibe
1940, short for vibraphone; attested from 1967 as an abbreviated form of vibration in the 1960s slang sense of "instinctive feelings."

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2001 Douglas Harper
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vibe

noun
a distinctive emotional aura experienced instinctively; "that place gave me bad vibrations"; "it gave me a nostalgic vibe" [syn: vibration]

WordNet® 3.0, © 2006 by Princeton University.
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vibe
vibration

The American Heritage® Abbreviations Dictionary, Third Edition
Copyright © 2005 by Houghton Mifflin Company.
Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.
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1 Like #16
I agree - aiming a bike at 8-10 yo girls and calling it Vibe Envy does cos either raised eyebrows or a giggle depending on your sense of humour. Wasn't really well thought out. The word Vibe in itself as you pointed out can mean different things, but adding Envy to it puts it in a totally different context.

Nothing wrong with being dirty minded but criticising someones English and then using American dictionaries to prove your point kind of says you aren't clued up on English since there are major differences between 'real' English and what the Americans call English.
#17
Chaser77
I agree - aiming a bike at 8-10 yo girls and calling it Vibe Envy does cos either raised eyebrows or a giggle depending on your sense of humour. Wasn't really well thought out. The word Vibe in itself as you pointed out can mean different things, but adding Envy to it puts it in a totally different context.

Nothing wrong with being dirty minded but criticising someones English and then using American dictionaries to prove your point kind of says you aren't clued up on English since there are major differences between 'real' English and what the Americans call English.


Maybe it's me that's 'different' then cos I thought that everyone knew the word 'vibe' as a hippyish word, as in giving off bad vibes. Americans do talk English, strictly speaking. That definition is also found on English dictionary websites. :thumbsup:
#18
thanks it isnt on there now but gives me a idea on where to look
#19
Good find, just a pity there are none available in Northern Ireland, nearest available store was Dumfries 98 miles away in Scotland:x:?
H&R added anyway :thumbsup:
[mod]#20
Glitzybabe
thanks it isnt on there now but gives me a idea on where to look


Link changed. Now ammended.:thumbsup:
#21
I'm getting good vibes, heat added, good price.
#22
Poor bikes, good price.

For a few more quid you can get a half decent hardtail MTB.

Just remember you get what you pay for.

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