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2-in-1 Digital Tyre Gauge @ Lidl for £2.99
2-in-1 Digital Tyre Gauge @ Lidl for £2.99

2-in-1 Digital Tyre Gauge @ Lidl for £2.99

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Measures in both bar and psi
Tyre pressure range (psi): 0 - 120
Tread depth gauge (mm): 0 - 16
Practical key ring & belt loop attachment
Battery included

17 Comments

When does this offer start? LIDLs often send leaflets thru door, and offer is in effect the following Monday ot Thursday .. thanks!

catweazlefan;5861982

When does this offer start? LIDLs often send leaflets thru door, and … When does this offer start? LIDLs often send leaflets thru door, and offer is in effect the following Monday ot Thursday .. thanks!



car stuff is today

catweazlefan;5861982

When does this offer start? LIDLs often send leaflets thru door, and … When does this offer start? LIDLs often send leaflets thru door, and offer is in effect the following Monday ot Thursday .. thanks!



It's LIDL. Not LIDLs.

Tesco - not Tescos.

ASDA - not ASDAs.

And, to buck the trend, Sainsbury's. As it is Mr Sainsbury's supermarket.

Slapping an s on the end of supermarket names seems to be a very British idiosyncrasy.

mccormickja;5865551

It's LIDL. Not LIDLs.Tesco - not Tescos.ASDA - not ASDAs.And, to buck the … It's LIDL. Not LIDLs.Tesco - not Tescos.ASDA - not ASDAs.And, to buck the trend, Sainsbury's. As it is Mr Sainsbury's supermarket.Slapping an s on the end of supermarket names seems to be a very British idiosyncrasy.



well said

mccormickja;5865551

It's LIDL. Not LIDLs.Tesco - not Tescos.ASDA - not ASDAs.And, to buck the … It's LIDL. Not LIDLs.Tesco - not Tescos.ASDA - not ASDAs.And, to buck the trend, Sainsbury's. As it is Mr Sainsbury's supermarket.Slapping an s on the end of supermarket names seems to be a very British idiosyncrasy.



Hmm not sure you should be quite such a grammar Nazi.
I think you might find people saying "Tescos" could just be missing the apostrophe.
From my understanding it can be an abbreviation of Tesco's supermarket. Indeed Tesco's own staff and management use the term. And there is probably more important things to worry about, like when this tyre gauge is going to be available at LIDL's As an abbreviation of LIDL's stores

mccormickja;5865551

It's LIDL. Not LIDLs.Tesco - not Tescos.ASDA - not ASDAs.And, to buck the … It's LIDL. Not LIDLs.Tesco - not Tescos.ASDA - not ASDAs.And, to buck the trend, Sainsbury's. As it is Mr Sainsbury's supermarket.Slapping an s on the end of supermarket names seems to be a very British idiosyncrasy.



what about when you are talking about multiple LIDL, if you are talkig about more than one branch surely it should have an s' making it LIDLs'?

I have one of these - problem I found is if you keep it in your car in winter the battery goes flat very quickly.

Lol - thought it was just me who is irritated by people putting s's at the end of words!

hwangeruk;5865862

Hmm not sure you should be quite such a grammar Nazi.I think you might … Hmm not sure you should be quite such a grammar Nazi.I think you might find people saying "Tescos" could just be missing the apostrophe.From my understanding it can be an abbreviation of Tesco's supermarket. Indeed Tesco's own staff and management use the term. And there is probably more important things to worry about, like when this tyre gauge is going to be available at LIDL's As an abbreviation of LIDL's stores



Ha ha, now I think of it, I do say Tesco's all the time.

mccormickja;5865551

It's LIDL. Not LIDLs.Tesco - not Tescos.ASDA - not ASDAs.And, to buck the … It's LIDL. Not LIDLs.Tesco - not Tescos.ASDA - not ASDAs.And, to buck the trend, Sainsbury's. As it is Mr Sainsbury's supermarket.Slapping an s on the end of supermarket names seems to be a very British idiosyncrasy.



oooooh get her! :thumbsup:

leecher;5865994

what about when you are talking about multiple LIDL, if you are talkig … what about when you are talking about multiple LIDL, if you are talkig about more than one branch surely it should have an s' making it LIDLs'?



It's then LIDLi - like Lexi (Alan Partridge) :-D

I had something similar and it turned out to be giving inaccurate readings. Now gone back to a mechanical one instead of electronic. I got the mechanical one from Halford, or Halfords.:roll:

D00nhamer;5868672

]Be careful!



LOL

These offers are always regionalised. Doesn't seem to be available in NI at all - not in either current or future specials .....

NI folk need to go to [url]www.lidl.ie[/url]

thx, heat add. good find!

Hi,
I have one of these tyre gauges & it's good for the money.

I would also recommend the headlight bulbs that they are selling.


Cheers.
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