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£14.00 for 300 Thread count egyptian cotton sheets sheets Wilko Edmonton Green North London

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Hey £14.00 300 Thread count Egyptian cotton sheets. cheapest I have found it , these appear out of stock online plenty of stock in Edmonton Green North London. Lots of sizes available. Plenty of o…
moneysm Avatar6m, 6d agoFound 6 months, 6 days ago1 Comment
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Wilco 3pk condoms half price 47p

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Cockadoodledoo!!! Instore deal at my local store Half price 3pk wilco's best condoms 95p to 47p cheap at half the price
lovenuts Avatar8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago58 Comments
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tried these. Really strong condoms. Heat added.
tried these. Really strong condoms. Heat added.
fattyuk
5haks
half price for half sized guys... unsuitable for me - cold! :p
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hahaha
i did wonder what wil - co stood for
twix41
nice, my birthday, her birthday and xmas, thats the year sorted

she puts out on HER birthday!?
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COMMA SYNER-G 5W40 OIL 20L - £75.00 Wilco direct

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Engine oil Comma Syner-G 5W40 20L price £75 using code SPARES20
LuckyOliver Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago8 Comments
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could I fry my chips in this oil ?
what's the Cholesterol like?
WOW that's a good deal if your car drinks a lot! or if you have a garage?
Wow thats a lot of oil! Heat OP.
anthonyreverend
is it for nissan micra?
Depends on year & engine size what oil.
Google Valvoline europe & put you reg in. The site will give you fluids & it is just a case of converting to a cheaper brand.
Good chance your car will still take semi synthetic which is far cheaper
hahahaha
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Ring 12v Analogue Air Compressor £7.49 @ Wilco Direct

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Cheapest price i can find £13 on Amazon Free collect from store or add £2.95 p+p, even if you pay postage cheapest price around :)
deanos Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago25 Comments
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dennis123123
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dennis123123
blowbrown
I've got the digital one. Excellent compressor.

Me too. I got it as an xmas gift - the pressure readings are a couple of PSI high (e.g. actual 28, reading 30) but as long as you check this once and remember to compensate for it, these are excellent little devices
I've got a similar compressor to this and a digital gauge that I don't bother using any more as the difference between that and the compressor is about 1 psi! I don't think you will feel 1-2 psi even if your last name is Hamilton! 3 psi is about the minimum I need to start to feel a difference but I'm not a racing driver. :)

Might not feel it, but your tyres won't last as long!
That's true every little psi usually helps fuel economy and tyre life but honestly 1 psi is nothing.
k13
Issit long enough to reach my rear tyre from the cigarette lighter and what's the PSI?

Found my answer here;

AMAZON
monty9120
i brought one of these. it died after the first use. alot of my friends have these and have had no problems
Mate just don't use it on tractor tyres :D
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i brought one of these. it died after the first use. alot of my friends have these and have had no problems
I am still using like this.
Time to change?!http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31qhoYvDEcL._SY300_.jpg

Edited By: Mackokoma on Mar 22, 2014 18:06
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Clarion MQ-SRV313 Car Slimline Active Subwoofer £59.99 @ Wilko Direct

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Perfect under-seat subwoofer for those people who fancy adding a bit more bass to their car stereo, and don' want to fill their boot with amps and bass-boxes. I've been looking for one of these f…
jamel Avatar5y, 4m agoFound 5 years, 4 months ago15 Comments
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polly69, shouldn't be a problem using this active sub on a stock stereo, just split the iginition cable off the back of the stereo and the split the rear speaker cables and use the speaker level inputs on the sub.
oddballjamie
potatouk
Heat from me, yes its not going be amazing but for me it will provide plenty of bass and its easy to wire in through the center console rather than messing with running cables all over the place, and I think this is the least chav option for bass as it only provides a bit and you can still get shopping in the boot!

Still need to run a power cable off the battery through the fire wall. I've found this to be the pain in the past, easiest part is pulling up the seals around the doors to run the cabling through to the boot. I had 2 10" Rockford Fosgate 400w rms each, then a JBL active tube, finally a Blaupunkt small active sub, getting quieter as I get older lol


Same as me ive got a banging system in my car and i use to have it on full blast but now i sometimes don't even take my head unit out and when i do i have it on low. If your cars stock this wont be worth having at all and your stock stereo wont have pre amp leads anyway. I have a Panasonic head unit, in the front doors a pair on infinity components with cross overs, in the back i have a stealth shelf with a set of high power JBL's and a 15 inch pioneer sub in the boot but its one of the old ones that are a stupid amount of power something like 1200watts rms i also have 3 amps ones a Kicker class1 amp for the sub a fusion for the fronts and a JL audio amp for the rear. It was all professionally installed with massive gauge cable all made by Kicker and a massive Kicker fuse holder under the bonnet and oh yes a uprated battery.
davej1710
mistersquiddy
Chavtastic!!!


"I is ownin' it, bruv. Well Chavtastic, yeah" 8)


Bang tidy!
Review of Product I'm liking the alloy exterior.
potatouk
Heat from me, yes its not going be amazing but for me it will provide plenty of bass and its easy to wire in through the center console rather than messing with running cables all over the place, and I think this is the least chav option for bass as it only provides a bit and you can still get shopping in the boot!
Still need to run a power cable off the battery through the fire wall. I've found this to be the pain in the past, easiest part is pulling up the seals around the doors to run the cabling through to the boot. I had 2 10" Rockford Fosgate 400w rms each, then a JBL active tube, finally a Blaupunkt small active sub, getting quieter as I get older lol
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CD / MP3 / USB SD MMC Memory Card - Car Stereo System £49.99 @ Wilco

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Amazing specification at a rock bottom price. * CD/CDR/MP3/WMA playback * 40w x 4 * Dot Matrix display * USB and Memory card slots on front * Front Auxillary Input * Rotary volume encod…
Element Avatar5y, 4m agoFound 5 years, 4 months ago7 Comments
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simate
You can get a proper branded one for that price.
Not with USB and Memory card slot.

Maybe not but it will still work after a month!
Buy a kenwood or pinoneer. The top brands have bad enough software let alone these cheap crap ones.
I have a KDC-W7544 it has usb mp3, aux, ipod support, CD, mp3 CD, 3 rca out and was well worth the around £100. Its so feature packed and the sound quality is amazing. It also has amazing LED's/backlight on it, you have to see them to appreciate them.
They do a version with bluetooth too.
Shows the song playing on the radio on the screen.
Also has support for dash displays and steering wheel remote stalks - via 3rd party adapters.

I used to have a KDC-w5031 which was aux,mp3 CD/CD with 2 rca out and that was also very good!
simate
You can get a proper branded one for that price.

Not with USB and Memory card slot.
You can get a proper branded one for that price.
cheap rubbish, you get what you pay for