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WiiFit - coming real soon £64.71

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8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago
Have just reserved a WiiFit for £64.71 at Tescos in Alfreton. Don't know if it's Nationwide but am sure I couldn't reserve one yesterday. £64.71 is cheaper than anywhere else too.
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#1
Could you put the price and retailer in your title please. :)
#2
I just bought a yoghurt - might start a deal about it.
#3
Why is this in such short supply? I'm on the verge of getting a Wii but this constant shortage of good games is putting me right orf!!! :x
#4
Because loads of fat people think this will instantly reduce their lard. :-(
#5
Did you reserve online or instore? I didn't know you could reserve at Tesco
#6
BristolDeal
Because loads of fat people think this will instantly reduce their lard. :-(


Funnily enough it was featured on the Gadget Show recently and did rather well from what I remember... ...anything that gets the 'lardies' of their fat butts can't be too bad I s'pose :thumbsup:
#7
none in stock at tescodirect.com
#8
BristolDeal
I just bought a yoghurt - might start a deal about it.


Sorry I should have stated - Wii Fits are like rocking horse sh*t to get hold off whereas Yogurts are available everywhere. the next best price is £70 (or a penny less). It's a good deal but if yogurts (correct spelling) are your thing, hell go for it!
#9
BristolDeal
Because loads of fat people think this will instantly reduce their lard. :-(

What a corker :giggle:That comment could make me lose weight, i nearly spat out a mouthful of crisps while reading that during my lunch.
#10
pdsidd
Sorry I should have stated - Wii Fits are like rocking horse sh*t to get hold off whereas Yogurts are available everywhere. the next best price is £70 (or a penny less). It's a good deal but if yogurts (correct spelling) are your thing, hell go for it!


Fair play!:whistling:
#11
pdsidd;2402588
It's a good deal but if yogurts (correct spelling) are your thing, hell go for it!


You can spell it either way. Maybe you need to get a Wii Dictionary or something too. :p
#12
pdsidd
Sorry I should have stated - Wii Fits are like rocking horse sh*t to get hold off whereas Yogurts are available everywhere. the next best price is £70 (or a penny less). It's a good deal but if yogurts (correct spelling) are your thing, hell go for it!


I think you will find that Yoghurt is the normal and correct spelling with yougurt, yoghourt & yogourt being other accepted spellings. :-)
#13
Can someone please clarify which flavour of yoghurt the deal is for?
#14
LotusJas
Can someone please clarify which flavour of yoghurt the deal is for?
its for hazel[SIZE="3"]NUT[/SIZE]
lmao
#15
Who cares about dairy products!!!! and the fat comment is below the belt, think people need to get out more.
banned#16
rbquk
Who cares about dairy products!!!! and the fat comment is below the belt, think people need to get out more.


i would like to clarify I hate fat porkers too, i did 18 miles in 5 hours kayaking yesterday, maybe if fat people did the same they wouldn't be so fat?
banned#17
im up for a yoghurt if its BOGOF
#18
Wii fit is a cracking idea, I bought one last week from one of the wii fit alert sites, both me and the missus are already hooked on it, the excercises and games are fun , addictive and good for you..ok its not gym , but much more fun in my opinion, a brilliant inovation and teh main reason for buying a wii in my book
#19
I managed to ger hold of one about 5 days after it came out, without pre-ordering luckily, and manged to lose half a stone in 2 weeks

:)

brilliant.
#20
lumoruk
i would like to clarify I hate fat porkers too, i did 18 miles in 5 hours kayaking yesterday, maybe if fat people did the same they wouldn't be so fat?


Oooh, get you.....:whistling:
#21
rbquk
Who cares about dairy products!!!! and the fat comment is below the belt, think people need to get out more.


I think it's the fat people who need to get out more.

Why are people spending hundreds of pounds for an exercise kit when you can go out walking/jogging/swimming/cycle or do situps/pushups at home for free?

For that reason I'm voting warm as it's to close to RRP for a 'hot deal'
#22
Oh yeah, I ordered 2 of these on-line (pre-order), chose to pick up from store, and apparently I can pick them up anytime after 4pm tomorrow. So for something that's so hard to get hold of that seems pretty hot to me.
#23
whilst i agree that you can execise for free, i think you've missed the point of this product..eg it makes exercise fun and interactive,
#24
lumoruk
i would like to clarify I hate fat porkers too, i did 18 miles in 5 hours kayaking yesterday, maybe if fat people did the same they wouldn't be so fat?


I was fat due to health problems and limited mobility - you would have hated me.... I have since lost 5 stone - do you love me now???

It annoys me when I see fat kids with stupid parents unwilling to try and change but sometimes it can't be helped if there is a health condition.

Well done on your kayaking, you must be very proud of your achievement...shame about the attitude.
#25
Should doctors prescribe the Wii fit for the overwieght. What weight can a Wii Fit hold?

No point if you are really heavy.
#26
rbquk
the fat comment is below the belt


I don't know if you meant that but I found it funny!
#27
the balance board states no more than 23 stone
#28
I bet this is under 20 quid for next February!
#29
DIVA1977
its for hazel[SIZE="3"]NUT[/SIZE]
lmao


in that case vothed colded ;-)

not like them 34p little cheese cakes from Tesco's i could much them all day :-D

P.s Happy Birthday to me.. & one week with out a Cig :w00t:
#30
lumoruk
i would like to clarify I hate fat porkers too, i did 18 miles in 5 hours kayaking yesterday, maybe if fat people did the same they wouldn't be so fat?

NICE YOU GOT THE TIME AND MONEY TO DO SO
#31
andreahh24
I was fat due to health problems and limited mobility - you would have hated me.... I have since lost 5 stone - do you love me now???

It annoys me when I see fat kids with stupid parents unwilling to try and change but sometimes it can't be helped if there is a health condition.

Well done on your kayaking, you must be very proud of your achievement...shame about the attitude.

WELL put andrea.................its like does being fat make you a BAD person and being slim make you GOOD......in fact its often quite the opposite if people too sexy/ good looking/fit bod they often a beach,prima donna because they know by the way they look they can manipulate people.

Ive been severely underweight and wanted to gain weight and couldnt. Now im over weight and want to lose weight and cant. With a young demanding baby i grab what i can when i can. Having a good night sleep is essential when trying to diet. Because if you wake up or get woken up every morning like i do and are feeling groggy and sleepy last thing you want to do is exercise and eat lots of fruit and veg.
#32
BristolDeal
Because loads of fat people think this will instantly reduce their lard. :-(



Yep, save yourselves 70 quid by doing a few pressups on the bread board before permanently putting it into storage 2 days later :p
#33
lumoruk
i would like to clarify I hate fat porkers too, i did 18 miles in 5 hours kayaking yesterday, maybe if fat people did the same they wouldn't be so fat?


I did 20 Benson in a tobogganists earlier today... oh.. hang on... :oops:
#34
ibiza
I bet this is under 20 quid for next February!


I bet that it's not. You obviously do not know much about the Wii. :thumbsup:
#35
Apologies to all, I've been looking out for a Wii Fit because the kids were after one since they were released a month or two ago. They've been hard to get hold of and probably will be for some time. So when Tesco's website allowed me to reserve one I thought it would be a nice touch to let people know they had some available. I hadn't realised that the obvious response was to get into a discussion on Yogurts (popular spelling as we have about a dozen in our fridge none of which is spelt with a h). Anyway apologies to dairy product fans have noticed on Somerfield's site:-

Müller Light Yogurts - All Varieties 62p each
175/200g
Buy any free get three free! Good eh.
Note how Somerfield spell it.
#36
My yoghurts are spelt KRONNENBOURG and I can drink one pint in 20 seconds while balancing on a Wee ( Correct spelling ) board. :w00t::w00t::w00t:
#37
Jumpingphil
My yoghurts are spelt KRONNENBOURG and I can drink one pint in 20 seconds while balancing on a Wee ( Correct spelling ) board. :w00t::w00t::w00t:

You should try the low-fat stella artius (note - no h) variety, balancing can become an issue mind.

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