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Agrius Phoenix Motorcycle Jacket Save Extra 20% using code SHH20 (RRP £69.99 WAS £54.99 Now £43.99 save over 37% on RRP) @ Ghost Bikes

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Use code SHH20 to get it at this price Really nice jacket, at a great price with CE Approved Shoulder & Elbow Armour, available in 4 colours variations Newsletter deal offer is on this jacket a…
GRS123 Avatar3h, 43m agoFound 3 hours, 43 minutes ago4 Comments
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cant believe people are voting cold on this!!!
there is a pocket there for back armour so you can buy your own and put it in, I wouldnt expect in build back armour at this price!

Edited By: GRS123 on Aug 27, 2016 13:43
no back armour. good luck
Does this have any abrasion resistance at all?
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33% Off Annual Subscription from TrakKing

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Triumph Motorcycle Adventure Boots Size 10 £50 + £4.50 P&P @ Triumph Outlet £54.50

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Adventure style motorcycle boots by Triumph, size 10 only and probably limited stock. Also a few jackets at good prices.
EddyH Avatar1w, 21h agoFound 1 week, 21 hours ago15 Comments
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Defo wait rather than cancel i was lucky enough to get a pair turn up today and they are excellent.
Hello,

With regards to your order number 4510016661. I do apologise as the following item ordered is obsolete and no longer available.
Triumph Adventure Boot
SKU: M1734410
Size UK 10 - EU 44

We may get some stock in of the boot, therefore can you please advise if you wish to hold the order for a week to see if anything is received back in with us, or if you wish to cancel your order for a refund.
Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Kind Regards,


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Mike Brown
Customer Services
Triumph Outlet Store

w: http://www.triumphfactoryoutlet.com
e: [email protected]
t: +44 (0) 1379 851085
Blast all gone
OOS!
Size 10 were available when I posted. I've previously ordered gloves and alpinestars boots both of which were delivered without problems and were very good quality.
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Motorbike Helmets [AGV/Scotland/AXO/Grexx/NZI/Bottari Spa etc] Clearance from £12.82 @ Amazon

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Amazon seem to be having a clear out on Motorbike Helmets. Loads of full face, open face and flip up ones. Not really my sort of thing, but seem to be much cheaper than anywhere else. There is general…
topss Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago12 Comments
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The best place to check out helmet ratings is here http://sharp.direct.gov.uk which is SHARP, the Safety Helmet Assessment and Rating Programme.

Also as its Amazon at least you can return it easily.

Hot from me :)
ktm666
oohflamey
ktm666
Can't fault the price. Personally I spend more on a helmet, but I like my comforts as much as safety.
Also, when buying clearance helmets, you have to question when the production date was as they will probably be old stock or maybe even ex display etc. Much better to go to a shop then buy online, but that's just me. Heat added anyway.
Amazon don't have a shop front so having ex display is going to be a tricky one to field. Production date is only relevant if you know what composite material exactly they used to manufacture the helmet. What you pay for a helmet is not really relevant.http://i155.photobucket.com/albums/s291/oohflamey/helmet_zpso5vin3dk.png
Granted, Amazon don't have a shop, so unlikely to be ex display.
I was under the impression that all helmets had a used before date?
As for the price you pay, from my experience, I've had cheap helmets and I've had expensive. Generally, the higher spec (and expensive) helmets give a better fit, are quieter, more aerodynamic, have drop down visors etc, better designed as for venting etc. Regardless of this though, I suppose you could get a top spec helmet for less than a kid spec if you buy a bargain, so from that point of view, I'll agree with you.

It's recommended you replace your lid after 5 years, no one will say why they recommend that, I'd assume delamination via UV and other exposures but it is only recommendation. Helmet testing is destructive so it's catch 22.

Fit is paramount over venting and other jazzy stuff. I have an AVG GPtech that i can't see out of because it sits too low on my forehead and thats a large, my new agv is an xl and it's tight as it's racefit... the arai corsair i had sat too close on the chin bar (ML), the Shoei xspirit 2 fits me well and is large.The full carbon composite xlite with flush mount visor was noiseier than having a dyson hand dryer shoved in my helemt .. take that as you will. Admittedly they are all top end helmets but I've crashed enough to try a few of them out and I'll stick with the good stuff.
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ktm666
Can't fault the price. Personally I spend more on a helmet, but I like my comforts as much as safety.
Also, when buying clearance helmets, you have to question when the production date was as they will probably be old stock or maybe even ex display etc. Much better to go to a shop then buy online, but that's just me. Heat added anyway.


Amazon don't have a shop front so having ex display is going to be a tricky one to field. Production date is only relevant if you know what composite material exactly they used to manufacture the helmet. What you pay for a helmet is not really relevant.

http://i155.photobucket.com/albums/s291/oohflamey/helmet_zpso5vin3dk.png


Granted, Amazon don't have a shop, so unlikely to be ex display.

I was under the impression that all helmets had a used before date?

As for the price you pay, from my experience, I've had cheap helmets and I've had expensive. Generally, the higher spec (and expensive) helmets give a better fit, are quieter, more aerodynamic, have drop down visors etc, better designed as for venting etc. Regardless of this though, I suppose you could get a top spec helmet for less than a kid spec if you buy a bargain, so from that point of view, I'll agree with you.
ktm666
Can't fault the price. Personally I spend more on a helmet, but I like my comforts as much as safety.
Also, when buying clearance helmets, you have to question when the production date was as they will probably be old stock or maybe even ex display etc. Much better to go to a shop then buy online, but that's just me. Heat added anyway.


Amazon don't have a shop front so having ex display is going to be a tricky one to field. Production date is only relevant if you know what composite material exactly they used to manufacture the helmet. What you pay for a helmet is not really relevant.

http://i155.photobucket.com/albums/s291/oohflamey/helmet_zpso5vin3dk.png
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How bad can the AGV ones be?(serious question)
The AGV will be good ( not really cheap. I know as i got all the cheap stuff and it's in my garage last month) the MDS will pass but the BSI standard is really subjective, depends if you like soup through a straw on a daily basis.
I was just interested in what you guys thought, wasn't considering buying one.
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Top Tech 3w Big Power Spot Light (rechargeable )save 69% £14.99 delivered Euro car parts

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Perfect for late night DIY,camping and emergency situations. Super Powerful 3 Watt LED Multi Position handle Rechargeable battery
bobadams2326 Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago14 Comments
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Did any one who brought this torch from europarts get a manual with it?
Collected one earlier today ~ very narrow spot beam which isn't adjustable

3W Cree LED, 3.6V 1800mAh NI-MH battery

Supplied with AC & DC chargers

Looks to be an own brand and, for a tenner, OK to keep in the car
Can only find RAC that sells it as well no reviews anywhere..
SALE25 get 25% off

Sub Total: £ 14.99
Coupon Benefit: - £ 3.75
Grand Total (inc VAT): £ 11.24
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It looks gigantic. You can get the same 3w LEDs in far smaller torches powered by 3xAAA-batteries for about a third the price of this, and I'd definitely suggest anyone go with one of those instead. You could always tape it to a brick if you feel it's a little too small and convenient for you.

I'm sure that the rechargeable battery in this torch would exceed the capacity of 3 x AAA's and therefore run for longer.
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** Yuasa Y60-N24L-A Powersport Motorcycle Battery £5.00 @ Halfords (Free R&C) **

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Seems like a reasonable price :) The Yuasa Y60-N24L-A Powersport YuMicron Battery is ideal for motorcycles, scooters, ATVs, snowmobiles, ride-on mowers, laden touring bikes and jet-skis. The high-t…
mobjw Avatar4w, 2d agoFound 4 weeks, 2 days ago10 Comments
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I got two from Malvern yesterday but when I went to collect them one was a bosch when I questioned it the salesman said if i didn't want it that was fine as he wanted to ebay it!
Looks like they're all OOS. Phoned local halfords and says they can't find stock anywhere in country - main warehouse is showing as -1 too.
BigBuds
new solar system .

Are you god?
Really? You think this will be honoured?
They almost certainly meant £5 off the normal price. Good luck though...
using mine in a belkin ups!
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Official Motorcycle Theory Test App @ Android Play Store £1.60 ( Was £2.99 Cheapest, Made in UK)

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This is the cheapest app I found in app store and also among the best reviews. It was £2.99 when I bought it. Cheaper than a CD for a minimum of £6-7 Visit website: ukdrivetest.com Email [email protected]
k1189466 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago3 Comments
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yes
fahed2000
If I have a full UK licence, then do I need to take a motorcycle theory test if applying for a full motorbike licence.


​yes, you should take theory test again.
If I have a full UK licence, then do I need to take a motorcycle theory test if applying for a full motorbike licence.
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Biologic Mount for iPhone 4 for Bicycle or Motorbike £2.00 (Click and Collect or + £2 delivery) @ Evans cycles

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If anybody like me still using small sized iphone models (original iPhone, iPhone 3, iPhone3G, iPhone4, iPhone4s) and would like to mount one of them on bicycle or motorbike this is a perfect deal.…
boogoocom Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago1 Comment
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So this doesn't include the case, only the mount? Have you any measurements from the instructions manual please?
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TWENTY motorbike/ motocross grips 99% saving !! 10p + £9 delivery @ 24mx

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TWENTY motorbike/ motocross handlebar grips. Reduced from £7.99 to just 10p. Great deal for anyone in the biking scene A good and price-worthy grip from the brand "TWENTY" that gives you the right
RyanFlagg Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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£9 delivery!!

Are these being hand delivered by Noel Edmonds flying his helicopter then parachuting into your back garden? oO
£9 delivery isn't much of a deal
£1 at the moment in poundland
Get a grip
Sadly price is Misleading because delivery not included its £9 for delivery! So £9.10 is actual price. And can only buy one pair of grips per customer so unfortunatly not as good as I had expected.
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Motorcycle--Scooter--Bicycle. Heavy Duty Chain & Padlock £5.19 & Free Delivery EBay ukmart365

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Double the price on Amazon, no Idea how they can make a profit considering how heavy it is to post. High Security Reinforced Motorcycle Bicycle Metal Chain padlock Ideal security solution to any m…
Shaydog Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago26 Comments
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Its a cheap abloy type rotory lock after a few uses the mech will break then the lock will be useless.
Got one, worse security than pound shop bike lock. Battling for refund.
Shaydog

Material: high quality stainless steel

There's no quality to this whatsoever. The chain covered by the fabric is NOT the same type of chain link that is exposed near the lock.

I wouldn't use this to secure a child's tricycle let alone a motorcycle.
These locks are easy to open. How to Pick Disc Detainer Locks

Edited By: Robot714 on Jun 18, 2016 13:45
Wouldn't trust my pushbike with this, let alone my motorbike. Chains should not be made of cream cheese.
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RAC: free key loss in breakdown cover (£70.00 down to £35 if quidco pays)

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Hi, getting breakdown for my scooter. Noticed if you add the lost keys supplement to your order from £50 to £70, but quidco pay more £14 to £35, so for cover for any vehicle (2 motorbikes and the blue…
wattsey Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago3 Comments
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I took out RAC through Quidco, cachback paid out no problem.
Bit cheeky to need it as a supplement anyway. Seems these "Breakdown" guys like to exclude anything that is most probably going to occur to the average absent minded motorist (lost keys, locked out, run out of petrol ....).
I have done this with the RAC for the last 4 years, and quidco has paid out every time......HOT
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50% OFF G-mac Pilot Graphic Motorcycle Helmet (RRP £59.99) £28.49 + free delivery (over£25) @ Ghost Bikes

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I was looking for a helmet for passenger and found this one... 4 of 5* on sharp helmet safety scheme 50% off plus free delivery, I thing it worth to buy almost all size available SAYS £29.99,…
macobrum Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago13 Comments
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dr_raff
Aldi and Lidl do helmets (flip ones) at this price. how do these compare?
Can you link for me? I cant see them, and I am after a lid for the missus who goes on the back probably 3 times a year..
Lidl/Aldi do helmets for £40 if so...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/flip-up-motorcycle-helmet-39-99-instore-lidl-886792
Looks very good for the money, can anyone comment on the sizing? I normally take a large but I know some seem to differ.

Personally I wouldn't buy any helmet based on the size alone. The shape of heads and helmets differs massively, even though it might be the right size, it doesn't mean its going to fit properly to be of use.
I tried a number of helmets, Arai for example left a great big gap at the forehead despite all being the same size. I ended up with a Schuberth but that is a size larger than any other lid I have already own.
Could always order one up and return if not right though I guess - not seen these helmets in store locally personally.

Certainly nothing wrong with a budget helmet if it fits right - I have a Caberg at about £100 and the aforementioned Schuberth at considerably more - the Caberg beats it in SHARP results by quite a margin (I know that SHARP is not the be all and end all but at least serves as some level of comparison rather than the usual forum talk about how an Arai is better because their mate hit his head in one etc)
£30.99 at Amazon.co.uk
Aldi and Lidl do helmets (flip ones) at this price. how do these compare?
Can you link for me? I cant see them, and I am after a lid for the missus who goes on the back probably 3 times a year..
Good for car track days
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Abus Granit 68 Victory Motorcycle Lock-Chain @ Amazon.de £72.73

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First post, so be gentle please ;) I know this may be a bit niche, but it may be interesting for fellow bikers out there: Amazon Germany are currently selling the Abus Granit 68 Victory Disc Lock
Niedi Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago20 Comments
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Down to around £66 delivered. Today
What would be the advantage of this over the Kryptonite New York noose? They have the same noose design, Kryptonite is available in two lengths but in my opinion the shackle lock that comes with the Kryptonite is far more useful as it can be attached to the chassis rather than through the disc which can be (relatively) easily removed.
Depends on your bike and use. If you have a frame that will fit through the cryptonite lock (e.g. tubular steel) then I'd say that's more secure since someone can't drop the brake disk to get rid of the lock (although that's appearantly still a pain if it's the back wheel). The only pro with the abus on such a bike is that you can use the disk lock on its own when there's nothing to chain the bike to (although the kryptonite might also fit through some break discs).
For a nice inside view on stealing bikes and lock types I found this reddit AMA of an ex-bike-thief: https://www.reddit.com/r/motorcycles/comments/t5shp/ex_thief_chopshop_operator_ama
What would be the advantage of this over the Kryptonite New York noose? They have the same noose design, Kryptonite is available in two lengths but in my opinion the shackle lock that comes with the Kryptonite is far more useful as it can be attached to the chassis rather than through the disc which can be (relatively) easily removed.

Edited By: chazphot on Jun 08, 2016 20:42
Cold similar items in pound land.
You haven't grasped the whole 'buy items that are fit for purpose' concept; an inflatable dingy in theory does a same job as an Ocean going liner on one level, but on many others there are a few differences...
You haven't grasped the sarcasm....it's a joke
Cold similar items in pound land.
Behold the troll.
Miss jokes much?
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Oxford pillion grips - Halfords, C&C £20.00

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I was looking for a decent pillion grip for my son, only wanted the best for obvious reasons and the Oxford OF589 seems to be the best choice. Was about to pay the standard £35 for them but found them…
snagzie Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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I have rode pillion a few times when I was younger. Riding on the back of a Kawasaki Ninja while the rider opens the throttle on an A road was a truly terrifying experience.
Thanks Op, just been to pick one up and then went for a quick ride. Pillion loves it!
The Oxford ones are superb, had them for ten years still going strong !
I didnt even know these existed but then I have a goldwing ( bring on the wisecracks ) .
Excellent price but if you want a cheaper version I just found these for £8.95 with only 2 negatives out of 64 reviews.
Obviously not the same quality as the Oxfords but at less than half the price I think they are ok.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ryde-Motorcycle-Pillion-Passenger-Handle/dp/B00B4RN6HM/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1464953546&sr=8-5&keywords=rider+grips

Thats what I was thinking of buying.... until I saw one of those negative reviews (spoiler - the handle fell off!!!)
Groovii D
love handles :{


​also good for moving bodies.
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Free Motorcycle Theory Test UK @ Android

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"Also, our mock tests use the same scoring system used at the DVSA, which will prepare you for the real test.We offer multiple choice questions from the theory test question bank, with answers and exp…
k1189466 Avatar3m, 23h agoFound 3 months, 23 hours ago1 Comment
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I'd recommend that to my local delivery mopeds as they seem to believe they are invincible and above the law
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The Avengers Kids Ride On Motorbike £27.00 FREE P&P @ eBay-Tesco

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Great offer with FREE P&P from Tesco - TOY R US selling these for £39.99. Just ordered one for the little one. Product Information Take a ride with the Avengers! Part of the Injusa range, this…
doyley78 Avatar3m, 1d agoFound 3 months, 1 day ago5 Comments
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What age is this for ??
Have another version of the same toy. Very good. My son got lots of play out of it.
FYI ToysRus will price match this. They did for me
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My son would have loved this when he was little he had to have his sisters very pink one

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My son would have loved this when he was little he had to have his sisters very pink one
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ALDI motorcycle reductions in store

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Was in ALDI Yarm, they have reduced motorcycle "stuff". Here are the examples: Jeans from £34.99 to £12.50, Gloves from £19.99 to £10., the bag pack from £14.99 (good price anyway) to £7.50. The bike
Mr C Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago8 Comments
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my local aldu jeans were only reduced to £32.50 leather jacket was £80... nothing else in stock
backinstock
Is the cycle stuff reduced as well? Or only the motorcycle stuff?
Some of the cycling stuff was reduced, I picked a jacket up and it was cycling, no idea on prices.
the gloves are good even for £20. not good if you have big hands tho.
Is the cycle stuff reduced as well? Or only the motorcycle stuff?

Edited By: backinstock on May 19, 2016 12:21
joedastudd
Tried 2 stores when the leather motorcycle jacket was on offer, but very little stock left (nothing motorcycle related in one and the other just had bags) and that was a week ago
The leather jackets were nice, but each store only got a few. There was one reduced in my local. But it was just thrown on the racks. I suspect it will have been scratched. They should have been hung up.
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Battery Charger Extension Cable (TM73) 2.5m only £3.28 delivered @ RS Components

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Something of a niché deal but an excellent price for anyone after an extension cable or two (like myself) for an Optimate III, Accumate 612, Optimate Pro, Oxford Oximiser 900 etc that utilises the sam…
cicobuff Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago17 Comments
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Does anyone know where I can get the Optimate charger for a decent price? I just bough a bike that has the Optimate cable connected to the battery and hence just need the charger bit now.
Just to clarify the cable connected to your battery is not an Optimate cable, there is no such thing...you may have an Optimate branded cable of either an SAE or TM connector but that fly lead can be changed or converted to any battery charger that you wish to use.
Ah ok. Thanks. Do you know where I can get a suitable charger?

That's an awkward question to answer without knowing your bike battery and whether you intend using the charger for other uses such as a car as well. Also depends on what fly lead you have connected to your battery, you have not said which type and if you are willing to swap the leads connected to your battery for TM or used a converter to TM if you intended on using this extension lead.

Sorry, you really are going to have to be more forthcoming with details for an answer.
cicobuff
Abz123
Does anyone know where I can get the Optimate charger for a decent price? I just bough a bike that has the Optimate cable connected to the battery and hence just need the charger bit now.
Just to clarify the cable connected to your battery is not an Optimate cable, there is no such thing...you may have an Optimate branded cable of either an SAE or TM connector but that fly lead can be changed or converted to any battery charger that you wish to use.
Ah ok. Thanks. Do you know where I can get a suitable charger?
Abz123
Does anyone know where I can get the Optimate charger for a decent price? I just bough a bike that has the Optimate cable connected to the battery and hence just need the charger bit now.

Just to clarify the cable connected to your battery is not an Optimate cable, there is no such thing...you may have an Optimate branded cable of either an SAE or TM connector but that fly lead can be changed or converted to any battery charger that you wish to use.
Does anyone know where I can get the Optimate charger for a decent price? I just bough a bike that has the Optimate cable connected to the battery and hence just need the charger bit now.
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Only suitable for the older Optimates with the TM connection. This was phased out about 2 or 3 years ago. All new chargers now have the SAE connection.
I thought I made it clear in my heading it was for TM connections in my opening paragraph. Upon saying that if anyone using a TM connector wants to swap to an SAE connector there are adapters to do so and vice-versa, although it's not an 'upgrade' just a different connector with the same positive and negative terminals.
Yes, and I was just pointing out how old the charger would have to be. Many people aren't aware that the TM connectors aren't on the new chargers. A charger purchased within the last 2 years at least is likely to have the newer SAE connector.
Not necessarily...my Oxford Oximiser is new. I posted this deal for those that have TM connectors and made it quite clear also in my first post exactly what connector a TM is.
It is useful for anyone that has TM connectors at a stupidly low price. Hence why I posted it, it is not just for older Optimates, although there still are plenty of older Optimates for sale on the likes of Amazon etc with TM connectors I would think anyone interested in purchasing this would check what connector their charger has before purchase. I have however amended the heading to clarify although I thought I had given enough explanation...sorry if you feel otherwise and do not think it is a good deal.
I didn't say it wasn't a good deal.
You did not say or vote it as a good one either, just criticised that its for 'older' chargers by one brand.
I didn't criticise anything and I haven't voted either way. They're clearing out old stock that's why it's so cheap. I simply pointed out it was for older Optimates. I work in the trade and the amount of people that assume all Optimate products fit their chargers is unbelievable. I was trying to help people but you've obviously got it in your head that I'm slating the deal which is incorrect.

Well considering you came into the thread to criticise rather than vote then yes, it is useful for anyone that has a charger with a TM connector like myself, or for that matter anyone that wants to convert from SAE to TM....

As for them clearing out old stock, and you being in the trade, I am afraid you are wrong, because the item was out of stock a few weeks ago (as I was going to order in April) and back in again, do you work for RS Supplies to know they are clearing out old stock? Do you know that Accumate/Optimate have actually stopped manufacturing and supporting their chargers (some are still being sold with TM Connectors) with these cables?

I see you took umbrage a few years ago with people voting cold on your battery charger deal.....how about you actually think outside of the box and realise this is a bloody good deal for anyone that needs a TM connector extension lead, whether it be an older Optimate model or not. And as already said I am pretty sure the photos I provided as well as a clear description in the heading was enough, but I did also add that disclaimer about newer Optimates...but bear in mind this extension lead is not just for Optimates.....

Just because its branded Optimate does not mean that is all its compatible with as already stated. Tamiya connectors are used for many purposes from battery chargers to car connections to radio controlled cars etc.

So happens that as stated I have an Oxford Oximiser 900 their 3 metre OF705 cable with TM Connectors retails for £10, this Oximate TM73 2.5 metre usually retails for around the same price.
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Peppa Pig 6V Kids Ride On Motorbike / Trike in Pink £45.00 del @ Tesco Ebay Outlet

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Seems to be £70 - £99 elsewhere, good reviews across the net. Price includes Free Express Delivery & it comes with a 12mth Warranty as standard. Peppa Pig 6V Battery Powered Trike Battery operated tr…
wishihadadonkey Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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Bought. Cheers op
Cheap quality. Very easily broken.
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Motorcycle Portable Fuel Tank/Bladder £16.55 @ Toolsave / Amazon with free delivery. Was £43.15!

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Om, this might only be applicable to a few of us but this is a MEGA price! Very useful item if building or testing a motorcycle so you don't need to leave the tank on. Free delivery even under the
k7gixerboy Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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For long journeys, could it double as a pee bladder? :D
The end looks a bit large though*



*That's what she said.
never seen one of these before. I always bodge something up, like most people......good idea.
bike breakers, second hand 2stroke reservoir and pipe a few pounds, add a chemists thumbscrew pipe valve for 2.50. piece of coat hanger cut and and bent as required for hanging. approx 5 pounds all in.
Plus £4.50 delivery

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No good quoting a was price of £43.15 because it never was that price. Its merely an rrp.
The highest its been is £25 by Amazon or £22 3rd party and its current price is typical.
Never have I seen a branded one at that price, replicas maybe. Just trying to benefit others, I've bought mine, but feel free to post up a cheaper link delivered to your door.
Its not personal , just fact.http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B004LY3G5C/new.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
rhinopaul
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No good quoting a was price of £43.15 because it never was that price. Its merely an rrp.
The highest its been is £25 by Amazon or £22 3rd party and its current price is typical.
Never have I seen a branded one at that price, replicas maybe. Just trying to benefit others, I've bought mine, but feel free to post up a cheaper link delivered to your door.
Its not personal , just fact.http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B004LY3G5C/new.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en

Not taking it personally, I do see your point, just I didn't see the sealey version at this price before delivered. I needed one right now & thought I'd post it up to benefit others that's all.
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ALDI Leather Motorcycle Jacket reduced to £79.99 instore. Lots of stock.

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Aldi stores can reduce stock within the store. The jacket has been reduced nationwide to £79 but they can further reduce any items they like by 50% of the official price, which is why in another store it was £39! I hope this helps. I work for Aldi, so any questions welcome
nothing in Durham
:( none in my local (Leek, staffs).
Might check a couple of stores tomorrow as £79 or even better £39 is a right bargain.
good find op, heat added
Have the jeans in Coulby Newham, Middlesbrough.
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£50 off selected Bridgestone motorcycle tyres plus FREE goodie bag @ Motul

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worthinger
I usually buy mine here:http://www.mytyres.co.uk/Motorbike_Tyres.html
And pay 15/20 a wheel to have them fitted locally.
Pairs:http://www.mytyres.co.uk/cgi-bin/adviceus.pl
Not sure who would fit them locally for me, car places don't fit them I presume and motorbike places want to sell them to me

Any local independent will fit them for you, but mytyres has a string of places that you can have them delivered to and fitted for c.£20 - £30.

I certainly saved my self about 70 on a set of conti attack2s including fitting
snoopy18
worthinger
I usually buy mine here:http://www.mytyres.co.uk/Motorbike_Tyres.html
And pay 15/20 a wheel to have them fitted locally.
Pairs:http://www.mytyres.co.uk/cgi-bin/adviceus.pl
Not sure who would fit them locally for me, car places don't fit them I presume and motorbike places want to sell them to me

There are E-Tyre franchises who do mobile tyre fitting. Not sure if you have to buy the tyres from them though.
worthinger
I usually buy mine here:http://www.mytyres.co.uk/Motorbike_Tyres.html
And pay 15/20 a wheel to have them fitted locally.
Pairs:http://www.mytyres.co.uk/cgi-bin/adviceus.pl
Not sure who would fit them locally for me, car places don't fit them I presume and motorbike places want to sell them to me
I usually buy mine here:

http://www.mytyres.co.uk/Motorbike_Tyres.html

And pay 15/20 a wheel to have them fitted locally.

Pairs:

http://www.mytyres.co.uk/cgi-bin/adviceus.pl
£139 now for pair but I've had Bridgestone 15,16pro and 20's on and I'm going back to the pilot powers, never had a single slip for loss of grip with them and feels better when dropping the bike over on corners. http://www.demon-tweeks.co.uk/motorcycle/tyre-packages/michelin-pilot-power-120-70-17-and-180-55-17-pair
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Oxford Stormex motorcycle cover - medium - £49.99 inc delivery from Amazon

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I had one of these for my 2013 Yamaha YBR 125 and thought it was excellent. It has vent holes to stop condensation but if you don't position the flaps which cover these correctly you might get some r…
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What's so good about this cover over what you would find in Aldi / Lidl time to time for under a tenner?

I have aldi/lidl version for over 6 years (although not in constant use) and it still works perfect - no rips, no soaking, no holes - not sure if there are holes to let condensation out, but otherwise it's been perfect, and under a tenner!
good cover but as mentioned above, colour loss in less than a year. bottom soaks up the water and becomes heavy. some of the seams are black tape which will break over time. still a good cover for the price
got one of these really are superb good find.
That's a good price. I had one of these when my bike was outside, did me proud. I'll say the cover did bleach out pretty quickly.
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Garmin Zumo 340LM motorbike satnav £199.00 at Aldi

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This is a good price for a Garmin motorbike SatNav. Comes with Western Europe lifetime maps. Before anyone says what a high price this is, bike satnavs are expensive because: They have very…
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bluetooth helmet and an android smartphone running Navmii. Job done.
Can't use it with gloves unless you get special touch screen gloves for motorbikes.

Screen probably is not bright enough in sunlight (I've tried using a smart phone & a car satnav in a waterproof mount - both were terrible).
cantonbean
Moto G and Here Maps?


​And then a mount and power source that can handle the vibration and exposure that satnavs are subjected to on a motorbike. By the time you've bought the phone, memory card and associated RAM mounts you'll be knocking on the door of what this costs. In addition the Garmin will be geared to generate routes that are "fun" or accept user generated gpx files as opposed to just fastest or shortest routes as it's designed for recreation rather than just function. The GUI will also be geared up to deal with big fat fingers as the users will have motorbike gloves on. If we were talking in car satnav I'd say smartphone everytime, but motorbikes is a different game.
Moto G and Here Maps?
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WD40 Motorbike chain wax (or cleaner/lube) 200ml £2.99 @ Aldi

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Good price for high quality chain lubes. Free online delivery for despatch from 20th March
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200ml is tiny!
worthinger
hotdealseeker
Is it suitable for pedal bikes?
If it's got a chain...
the cleaner would be yes.

the lube... no, will be too thick and inevitably be worse than no lube at all.

but at the same time, for cleaning, you cant go wrong with a bit of parafin and a toothbrush, massive bottle for a few quid will last forever

Edited By: stowelly on Mar 31, 2016 09:31
joedastudd
It's cheap because is half the size of the standard cans.
These are 200ml they are normally 400ml
2 x 200ml =400ml = £5.98 Aldi
1x 400ml =£9.99 from Halfords.
hotdealseeker
Is it suitable for pedal bikes?

If it's got a chain...
Is it suitable for pedal bikes?
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Pair of Front and Rear Paddock Stands £34.99 Delivered Free @ 2WheelJunkie

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Was £58 now £34.99. Free Delivery. Also on offer individually @£18 and £19. Aluminium set available @£64.98 Delivered also individually @£35 each.
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Great price. Now all I need is a paddock.

And a motorcycle.
I have some of these still taped up in a box, I never even used them. Message me if anyone wants them for £20 and can travel to Glossop to collect. Hot Deal BTW
I have an Abba stand, I don't know whether to buy the front paddock stand or the attachment for the Abba
great deal, already have enough stands.
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20% off Motorcycling at Halfords

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Sony HDR-AS200VB Action Camera with Live View Remote Wrist Strap and Bike Kit (with Roll Bar and Helmet Mount) £195.00 @ Amazon

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Having been looking at the current Vodafone Sony AZ1 camera offer (at £100) and doing some research I found this deal through Amazon that when you consider everything seems a much better deal than the…
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kris1234
I have had yesterday two Sony AZ1VR action cam delivered from John Lewis price matched to vodafone price (100 each) including Live View Remote.http://i1252.photobucket.com/albums/hh575/krzyniu29/moje_zpsx5fhckx2.jpg
That was lucky. How did the Vodafone order come with the remote? Did you pay more than £100 for it.
JL rejected my price match. Probably just a little late

JL has price matched before someone posted this deal from vodafone. I have noticed earlier vodafone price. I didn't know about live view remote at all. Didn't know set from JL has remote included. They price matched £100 and delivered . Paid £559.90 for two and today JL refunded £359.90 to my card. So £200 for two cam with live view remote.

Edited By: kris1234 on Feb 22, 2016 20:24
kris1234
I have had yesterday two Sony AZ1VR action cam delivered from John Lewis price matched to vodafone price (£100 each) including Live View Remote.http://i1252.photobucket.com/albums/hh575/krzyniu29/moje_zpsx5fhckx2.jpg
That was lucky. How did the Vodafone order come with the remote? Did you pay more than £100 for it.

JL rejected my price match. Probably just a little late
Stumbled across this great little video of someone's holiday in Guam but it certainly shows off the camera.... very well put together too... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rCed1SGgjs
kris1234
I have received an email from John Lewis about credited my card with difference and some comments below
"Please be aware we are no longer matching this offer for any future purchases as it has come to light that the Vodafone stock does not have a Live View remote included and the John Lewis stock does.We have honoured our previous decision in this instance"
You did well. I can't even get them to match a TV because the comparator doesn't delivery to higher than first floor premises.
I have received an email from John Lewis about credited my card with difference and some comments below

"Please be aware we are no longer matching this offer for any future purchases as it has come to light that the Vodafone stock does not have a Live View remote included and the John Lewis stock does.We have honoured our previous decision in this instance"


Edited By: kris1234 on Feb 20, 2016 11:58
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KTM RC 125 (2015) - £2,999.00, reduced from £4499 @ Redline Mororcycles

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Hi All, Hoping this will benefit someone. My local KTM dealer has the RC125 reduced from £4499 to £2999, brand new with 2 year warranty, breakdown and 12 months tax. I know its a bit of a speciali…
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jongerry

Motorcyclists are a good example of the Darwinian cull theory in practice.
You're a good example of someone letting their prejudices blind them. Or maybe just a fat smelly troll who's too afraid of life to have any fun.

Are you Sleeping Beauties brother,Sleeping Ugly? Or has it really taken you all these weeks to think of this snappy reply?
Or is it just that you are following me around on this forum trying to be offensive. The day a no mark, underachiever like you can manage it will be a cold day in hell, little man
jongerry

Motorcyclists are a good example of the Darwinian cull theory in practice.

You're a good example of someone letting their prejudices blind them. Or maybe just a fat smelly troll who's too afraid of life to have any fun.

Edited By: mikerj on Mar 26, 2016 22:31
soweezy
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soweezy
othen
marc81
Really smart looking bike for the money, shame all the 125s tend to be 4 stroke nowadays, this would be awesome with a decent 2 stroke engine in. I had a couple of Aprilia RS125's when I was younger and they were great fun.
Fitting a 2 stroke motor would seem a bit pointless as it would still have to be limited to 11kW for the A1 licence (I can't imagine anyone else would buy a 125cc bike). Given that the power would be restricted, I can't see any advantage in a 2 stroke (much worse fuel consumption, less reliable, noisier, impossible to meet emissions regulations).
emissions ? you're having a laugh :)
4 stroke 125... sluggish acceleration and 70 mph top speed, maybe
2 stroke 125... rapid acceleration (for a 125) and 100mph+
no contest
I think you have misunderstood this issue. there is no motorcycle with 11kW (2 stroke or 4 stroke) and so legal for an A1 licence that is capable of 100 mph.
maybe not a modern one, but old school 125's which are 12 to 15bhp and perfectly legal to ride at 17 will reach 100mph, RD125LC, NSR125, RG125 etc.
having owned an RD and NSR I can personally attest to it... on a private road of course :D
With respect Soweezy, you are talking absolute rubbish! 11kW is 15 PS (give or take) and none of the modern crop of bikes will do 100 mph, not ever with Lester Piggott riding it in a skin suit. Learner 125s were limited to 12 BHP right back in 1982, the RD125LC being restricted to only 12 PS specially for the UK market (the other manufacturers had to do the same with their models), here is a link that explains that story:http://classic-motorbikes.net/yamaha-rd125lc-road-test/
As the article says, it is quite possible to modify the RD125LC to produce double that power, but no way would it be legal for someone to ride that on an A1 licence as you claim.
It is completely irrelevant to this post, but I you have extremely rose tinted spectacles on when reminiscing about 125cc 2 strokes, none of the restricted ones could possibly have done 100 mph with a mere 12PS, and if they were not the restricted model they could not be ridden on an A1 licence.
7 stone dripping wet on a 125 stroker easily saw 100mph on the clock, tanking it down the old A1, no rose tinted geps
even my FS1E did 65mph with a few tuning mods, exhaust, air filter, rotary valve, jetting and smaller rear sprocket... I feel really old now :(
I was happy with 60mph from my bog standard and new Fs1e in my day... I did used to regularly take the head off and polish the piston crown with Duraglit though!
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trogggy
jongerry

Motorcyclists are a good example of the Darwinian cull theory in practice.
You're arguing that the surviving motorcyclists are superior to the general population then?
Are you sure you understand your own point?
Your argument would hold true if motorcyclists were a species,not a less developed subspecies(homo non sapiens?). The problem with having a discussion with motorcyclists is that few are alive long enough to continue it. Or can only drool in their wheelchair.
If only use of ad hominem was a sign of development, eh?
jongerry
trogggy
jongerry

Motorcyclists are a good example of the Darwinian cull theory in practice.
You're arguing that the surviving motorcyclists are superior to the general population then?
Are you sure you understand your own point?
Your argument would hold true if motorcyclists were a species,not a less developed subspecies(homo non sapiens?). The problem with having a discussion with motorcyclists is that few are alive long enough to continue it. Or can only drool in their wheelchair.
I've been riding 22 years. How long do you need to make your point ?
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Oxford Bone Dry Motorcycle Over Jacket £17.99 Delivered @ eBay / Ghost Bikes

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Just be warned, these are the opposite of bone dry. Just google it and read the reviews.
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HJC FG-15 Carbon Motorcycle helmet £149.99 at LidsDirect

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HJC FG-15 Carbon Free deluxe bag worth £19.99 Free dark visor worth £39.99 Description Advanced carbon shell. Optically-superior Pinlock prepared face shield Provides 95% U…
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I've bought it and don't even own a motorbike
It's been around this price for a while. Have a look at this thread from 2014: http://www.bikechatforums.com/viewtopic.php?t=279695
Don't need buy REALLY want. .....
Nice lid...... good price, especially with the dark visor thrown in.
love the fact it's carbon but just don't like the logo. :(
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Muc-Off Ultimate Motorcycle Kit £7.26 @ Amazon

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orders cancelled today by Amazon.
Jazz_From_Hell
rhinopaul
Jazz_From_Hell
Could this be used for a bicycle too?
As far as I can tell the kit is identical
​Shame it's showing up as £53 then hah.
I was lucky to get it although until delivered they can always retract.
rhinopaul
Jazz_From_Hell
Could this be used for a bicycle too?
As far as I can tell the kit is identical


​Shame it's showing up as £53 then hah.
Jazz_From_Hell
Could this be used for a bicycle too?
As far as I can tell the kit is identical
Could this be used for a bicycle too?
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Muc Off Motorcycle Kit @ Amazon £7.26 Prime / £12.01 Non Prime

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£4.95 p+p or free if you buy 3 Not in stick at the moment but if you're willing to wait Amazon.co.uk Basket Back to Muc-Off Ultimate Motorcycle Kit About this item Motorcycle Ultimate Clea…
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yesterday one came on as used good - amazon warehouse deals for just over £6. arrived today brand new!
Wasn't honoured...got a message saying it was a pricing error and they pointed to their terms which state that they don't have the integrity to honor it. .. or some such words. Is available for £53 or there abouts if I could just dig a little deeper... Thought it was a good deal.
sham63
twinkle
Amazon are making a few pricing errors at the moment. No way this will be honoured.
Cancelled - wisdom to Twinkle!
I wish I had been wrong...
Cancelled mine too
sham63
To make my order up to £20 for free delivery I added an item that I don't really need at the moment.
Amazon have just refused my cancellation request for this additional item, even though it's not been dispatched yet!
Send them an email via help as you've probably received an auto response regarding cancellation.
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KREE 12v Motorcycle Battery Charger 29.99 inc P&P @ bykebitz.co.uk

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£5 cheaper than fleabay etc. Main features: •For 12V Batteries with capacity of 2 - 40 Ah •Tests, Recovers and Charges even ‘Dead’ Batteries [not damaged] •Maintains Batteries all year long – Just…
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yes but I am not sure they will recover deep discharged batteries
or get one from lidl or aldi.does same job
gone for it as my optimate won't recharge a battery as too discharged