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Aldi sup yippee - Crane Stand-Up Paddle Board Set - £199
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Aldi sup yippee - Crane Stand-Up Paddle Board Set - £199

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Posted 16th Jun

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Link doesn't seem to work, but it's here.

aldi.co.uk/pad…0rc

Doesn't look as good as the Lidl board from a few months back. I have had two of the pumps in the photos that broke on me.
I've always aldi pretty or very good for warranty and at this price if there is a problem at least I can drop it into the shop. Im sure they'll sell out
A.Fudge16/06/2019 13:38

Link doesn't seem to work, but it's …Link doesn't seem to work, but it's here.https://www.aldi.co.uk/paddle-board-set/p/098292289568300?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Display&utm_campaign=AldiJune2019_OutdoorActivities&fbclid=IwAR1OERoJMbKfW6E5o0rvPzdcCtuV5Jx1iln3r_bwViIffASK8AN0UdqL0rcDoesn't look as good as the Lidl board from a few months back. I have had two of the pumps in the photos that broke on me.


Thanks for the link, not as good as lidl but still a good deal for someone that missed out
Not much info on this online...

Any specifics on the depth of the board etc

Been on Red branded SUP, wondered if this would be a noticeable drop in quality/user experience in contrast?
Edited by: "Bezzy" 16th Jun
neil.solender16/06/2019 14:00

Thanks for the link, not as good as lidl but still a good deal for someone …Thanks for the link, not as good as lidl but still a good deal for someone that missed out


Im considering getting a board from Lidl. Has anyone compared these side by side?
DontNeedItButGiveMe1016/06/2019 19:36

Im considering getting a board from Lidl. Has anyone compared these side …Im considering getting a board from Lidl. Has anyone compared these side by side?


The Lidl board sold out the same day it was in the shop, so you may have difficulty getting one. Basically as usual people went in and bought the lot and put them on ebay for 100 more.
neil.solender16/06/2019 20:13

The Lidl board sold out the same day it was in the shop, so you may have …The Lidl board sold out the same day it was in the shop, so you may have difficulty getting one. Basically as usual people went in and bought the lot and put them on ebay for 100 more.


I think they're coming back into store in Northern Ireland this week
DontNeedItButGiveMe1016/06/2019 20:28

I think they're coming back into store in Northern Ireland this week


If that's the case go for that, good luck
In for a penny in for a pound... daughter wanted an SUP and was beginning to convince myself to buy a Red SUP. Will give this a spin first to see if they keep their interest.
A.Fudge16/06/2019 13:38

Link doesn't seem to work, but it's …Link doesn't seem to work, but it's here.https://www.aldi.co.uk/paddle-board-set/p/098292289568300?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Display&utm_campaign=AldiJune2019_OutdoorActivities&fbclid=IwAR1OERoJMbKfW6E5o0rvPzdcCtuV5Jx1iln3r_bwViIffASK8AN0UdqL0rcDoesn't look as good as the Lidl board from a few months back. I have had two of the pumps in the photos that broke on me.


I tried to get the lidl one and after visiting 4 stores, gave up. What makes this one not as good? Has good reviews, apart from the paddle.
neil.solender16/06/2019 14:00

Thanks for the link, not as good as lidl but still a good deal for someone …Thanks for the link, not as good as lidl but still a good deal for someone that missed out


I tried to get the lidl one and after visiting 4 stores, gave up. What makes this one not as good? Has good reviews, apart from the paddle.
The Lidl one was produced my an old established water sports company. This is a generic Aldi one.

I've had two of the pumps that they show in the pictures, both failed on the first use, so I wouldn't rate the included accessories to be very good.

If this and the Lidl one came out at the same time I wouldn't give this a second look. However since you can no longer get it, this might be worth a try. I think Aldi is good on returns.
A.Fudge17/06/2019 20:43

The Lidl one was produced my an old established water sports company. This …The Lidl one was produced my an old established water sports company. This is a generic Aldi one.I've had two of the pumps that they show in the pictures, both failed on the first use, so I wouldn't rate the included accessories to be very good.If this and the Lidl one came out at the same time I wouldn't give this a second look. However since you can no longer get it, this might be worth a try. I think Aldi is good on returns.


Thanks. If only lidl did online orders, like aldi and as they do in Europe.
Edited by: "Rickardo" 18th Jun
Got mine today, as expected the extras are functional but seem decent enough quality. Not quite as refined as a Red but still seemed decent and certainly good enough for the children. A bit of sun in the next couple of weeks and will hopefully give it a spin!
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Bezzy17/06/2019 19:12

In for a penny in for a pound... daughter wanted an SUP and was beginning …In for a penny in for a pound... daughter wanted an SUP and was beginning to convince myself to buy a Red SUP. Will give this a spin first to see if they keep their interest.


I just got a hydro force oceana (made by bestway) for about £240 using a voucher (usually £270). It's stable and the quality is fantastic, would def reccomend it over blowng £700-£900 on a red one.

Your pics of the crane one look great, tempted to get a second one
Edited by: "HelloHotUKD" 20th Jun
Bezzy16/06/2019 18:08

Not much info on this online...Any specifics on the depth of the board …Not much info on this online...Any specifics on the depth of the board etcBeen on Red branded SUP, wondered if this would be a noticeable drop in quality/user experience in contrast?


Massively! I've tried the cheapest, owned mid range and now use a Red which has massive stability compared - there's no comparison you get what you pay for with these BUT it's down to your use, no point spending all that money, unless you have it to spend, on something you'll just once a year... Mine is on the water as often as possible in summer.
SUPS - YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR
That's the hard and fast rule.
But you need to buy the best you can for your budget taking into account how often you'll use.
You need to do your research before parting with your cash for the correct type and size board for you - weight/height/ability
The longer, thicker, wider the board the more stable and the more expensive board have better stability due to their build quality. Also the cheaper the board the cheaper the paddle so it'll be heavier.
You also need to consider safety, no one should be using one of these without a leash, PFD/life jacket etc. Also water conditions should be considered, a little education of the sea is a life saver!
My son, a tall big built 12yr old, has the Lidl SUP and it serves him fine but isn't stable enough for us adults, my husband and I have similar size but higher range SUPs and they are far more stable.
This board from Aldi is quite small so would only suit smaller/lighter paddlers.
Your SUP experience can be made or spoilt by the board, the right board is a must. It's a fantastic activity, lots of fun and great fitness, lovely for exploring and as a family/friends activity.
Haylhoo20/06/2019 08:56

SUPS - YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FORThat's the hard and fast rule.But you need …SUPS - YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FORThat's the hard and fast rule.But you need to buy the best you can for your budget taking into account how often you'll use.You need to do your research before parting with your cash for the correct type and size board for you - weight/height/abilityThe longer, thicker, wider the board the more stable and the more expensive board have better stability due to their build quality. Also the cheaper the board the cheaper the paddle so it'll be heavier.You also need to consider safety, no one should be using one of these without a leash, PFD/life jacket etc. Also water conditions should be considered, a little education of the sea is a life saver!My son, a tall big built 12yr old, has the Lidl SUP and it serves him fine but isn't stable enough for us adults, my husband and I have similar size but higher range SUPs and they are far more stable.This board from Aldi is quite small so would only suit smaller/lighter paddlers.Your SUP experience can be made or spoilt by the board, the right board is a must. It's a fantastic activity, lots of fun and great fitness, lovely for exploring and as a family/friends activity.


Thanks

The board is narrower by not much length difference compared to the 10’6 Red and the kids got in fine with them. I’m hoping if they take to it and we get some use on this one we will splash out on a red. I’d been so close to pulling the trigger on the red 10’8!
Bezzy20/06/2019 20:44

Thanks :)The board is narrower by not much length difference compared to …Thanks :)The board is narrower by not much length difference compared to the 10’6 Red and the kids got in fine with them. I’m hoping if they take to it and we get some use on this one we will splash out on a red. I’d been so close to pulling the trigger on the red 10’8!


Thats the one I have, the stability is fantastic and really helps build confidence. It's harder work to paddle being bigger and wider but lovely to cruise around on taking in the sights, also lovely to sit on with your feet in the water just bobbing about and having a relaxing lay down on for a rest 😁
I really struggled with the buying part but I wouldn't go back now, having other boards to compare it with it really does show it's worth.
Enjoy anyway, hope the kids take to it
Considering getting an adult one and kids board for my 2 boys. These are around my budget. Are they value for money or will I be better spending a little more for a better one? Seen some on Amazon but no idea what I’m looking for tbh
Mine arrived today and tried it on the river today in the sun. Quality seems good and worked a treat. Can only compare to a Jobe board used in a swimming pool on a trial session, not as wide or stable as that but the aldi board works a treat for now!
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That looks like Windermere??
My boys are aged 7 and 10 would they be better with the kids version or is bigger better?
danetownsend22/06/2019 19:22

My boys are aged 7 and 10 would they be better with the kids version or is …My boys are aged 7 and 10 would they be better with the kids version or is bigger better?


I’d go for the adult one, they can share one and get a second paddle. Most kids just like diving off them lol harder to manoeuvre but the flexibility of a share would be better
jtpyett22/06/2019 15:43

Mine arrived today and tried it on the river today in the sun. Quality …Mine arrived today and tried it on the river today in the sun. Quality seems good and worked a treat. Can only compare to a Jobe board used in a swimming pool on a trial session, not as wide or stable as that but the aldi board works a treat for now!


What was in your repair tube?
Can anyone recommend a suitable alternative as aldi have sold out.
lonsy23/06/2019 18:18

Can anyone recommend a suitable alternative as aldi have sold out.


Sorry not for that money, I'm surprised it didn't go hot. There are rumours that lidl may do them again.
Bezzy22/06/2019 19:25

What was in your repair tube?


Mine had some material patches and a plastic spanner looking thing. No adhesive. What about you?
Rickardo24/06/2019 21:14

Mine had some material patches and a plastic spanner looking thing. No …Mine had some material patches and a plastic spanner looking thing. No adhesive. What about you?


No adhesive which seems fecking useless!
My daughter compared this to the Red SUP she had been on and identified no noticeable differences. So I’m happy with this!
Here's another pic
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