I was excited to try this last month. I bought nice cream and scones. It’s rubbish. Tastes like very cheap supermarket jam. Really synthetic and not like a decent jam. I won’t be buying it again.
Are you sure... Come on just a wee one it'll cheer you up
Do you need a cuddle??
Nothing but an expensive nuisance.
Prob OK for camping, but no good for the beach, you'll better off with poles.
Got one last year, didnt find it very good, sent it back about a week later, that was the wondercore but this looks the same
Save your money, invest in a set of dumbbells and weights instead.
instant 6 pack abs
People are releasing some lockdown banter.... this is actually expensive, and a will simply become a dust collector in your home :(
People think buying crap like this will make them fitter. They're also highly likely to try and follow the latest fad diet featured in hello magazine...
Heat added OP great to see Aldi doing this
Really disappointed. I came into the thread to find out about rainbow coloured ice cream! :(
Always one isn’t there!
I am picking one up this weekend too, hopefully they still have em in stock :)
Nice gesture and sure my kids will go mad about rainbow ice-cream...
Well done, wish they’d give me some free plants, only ever free weeds
I’ve got several free holly bushes and various other plants, over the years, which are also available in your local garden centre
I bought some yesterday :) although I’d disagree with birds keeping the weeds down, they pooh the weed seeds everywhere as they survive in their digestive system
That’s amazing, thank you for taking the time to provide such a thorough explanation. :)
No problem Kay... See above.
Of course..not silly at all.. Soil inside the pot is moist.. When it freezes during winter the water turns to ice and damages the root system setting it back.. The soil in the pot wont freeze all the way through, however the roots do become stunted.. Adding the bubble wrap acts as a thermal barrier, preserving the entire root system, enabling the plant to produce a fuller crown more quickly... The plant doesn't need to spend energy trying to re-grow its stunted roots.... An additional benefit is that the bubble wrap prevents the ice from forming in the pot and stops the expansion of the frozen soil, which can crack clay fired pots... Result.. Better plants and nice unbroken pots.. Hope this helps
Sorry I’m aware I’m probably asking a silly question, fairly new gardener. Can you elaborate?
That's good to know as non available at the Lye Aldi store.
I'm wondering if my earlier comment is invisible, because I said similar already...!
They are similar to vipoo and are made by a company called Fabulosa who started off by making concentrated disinfectant similar to zoflora and now because of how popular their products have become are branching out to other products such as toilet spray, carpet mouse, spray and wear and all in one instant disinfectant spray.
This deal stinks.
No they are lidls version (confused)
Are these the Aldi version of vipoo?
Yes fair point. (y)
Cant beat popping into the charity shop while away and picking up a classic for 50p
People still use dvd's ? :p
Cello a similar spec but usually more expensive around £150 for similar and only have a 12 month warranty.
I'm not sure if they've change the supply. Been available for last 6 months as been looking at it for our caravan. Also worth considering Cello.
Yeah. I like nice pint of decent ale and really miss the pubs (though we have an excellent but expensive real ale offie nearby) but at £1.19 for almost a pint this is adding to all my 'lockdown savings'. I haven't quite joined the long beard and BO brigade who hate anything anyone else has heard of yet! (lol) I did attempt to get the Firecatcher (3.5%) from ASDA yesterday but I'm not prepared to stand in a queue with the customers they attract only to find it's gone! I actually prefer the weaker ones (provided they have plenty of hops) so I can have another couple. Never understood the attractions of sickly sweet strong ales just so you can get blotto on the first couple: isn't that McEwands Export tinnie territory?. CAMRA started in a pub in my home town and I'm not surprised as beer was pretty awful most places then (MuckMullens was the local slop). I joined CAMRA a few years ago as it paid for itself with 'spoons tokens but I'm not going there again after recent events!
Another lager drinker! (lol)
Love this stuff
How is this thread comparing expensive craft beer to hobgoblin gold (lol) Both lovely, can't often beat hobgoblin/gold for the price.
Yeah that's my excuse, high muscle mass (strong)
Similar problem with mine, always reads 2kg heavy the first time you step on. Step off and back on a couple of times and then it usually gives my true weight. I took it back to Argos initially thinking I had a dud and got another one, and that was just the same. My 30 year old mechanical one was better, should have kept it.
I don't know about others but I have a salter scale and it's +-3-4kg inaccurate. I bought it off Amazon and it has got mixed reviews. It changes my weight by a kilo even if I change the direction of the scale. It is just junk at this point. Also I even tried putting a dumbell over. A 7 kg single dumbbell was coming as 7.6 kg and 2 dumbbells together as 17 kg. Makes no sense at all.
Probably better to not know :D none of these are going to be accurate might as well get this and save yourself money. bmi is not a good measure of anything anyway as it doesnt take into account the composition of your weight - you could have high bmi and be lean with high muscle mass and you would be classed as obese
Great basic model, but for £24.99 ~ others show BMI, body fat, muscle mass, water weight. That's if you need that stuff otherwise this is a good price if just need to know your weight.
Agree. I've stopped buying fruit from Aldi for this reason
Last few weeks I’ve bought fruit and veg from my local Aldi it has been terrible quality, such a shame as usually it’s decent.
I hope these golden delicious are South African and not French
Yes, I agree, their quality is certainly going down hill, and its not because it sits too long on the shelf, the 'fresh ' stuff has a quick turnover.
Thanks but I’m going to avoid. If you buy Thursday, but make sure you eat it by Friday. Aldi’s fruit & veg is the worst going. Goes off in no time.
its a good price - I have one of these from amazon and it was £19.99 (OOS) - 3rd party retailers are selling them for over £30. Unfortunately sold out online.
got two of these from robert dyas, idea for cups when sitting in garden. i love them, and they fold for storage.
I think it’s nice x got a hanging bird feeder in similar design, really prett
Lol proper tacky
Still in stock for me if you go tonaldi site without following the link. I ordered last night this and the poppy one
Is it Spanish or UK?
I never thought the cake icing deal would be topped but here we are
Sizing is about right. What is wrong is people's understanding of their own shoes size. Worked in a shoe shop for years, with Asics too - people are clueless about their own feet.
Never had an issue with asics sizing either, my current all terrain runners fit perfect (size 10). Think these particular trainers are more for the gym than running though, wish they'd stop cross naming products.
Bought 2 different styles of ASICS last week and both were a perfect fit at my usual size
I've just had a pair of Asics in a 12 too and they fit fine, but sizing does vary between brands and models. You only have to spend a few minutes reading shoe reviews at Amazon to be left totally bewildered whether your usual size will fit or not.
This one as well https://outlet.asics.com/gb/en-gb/gel-kayano-tr-knit/p/HN7M4-9790.html? Saw it when I was just about to fall asleep. Not sure how Asics Outlet operates, whether it did dip to that price/if it's when very limited sizes are left. I bought my brother a pair of Asics for Xmas and his normal size 12 seemed to fit him fine (confused)
Thank you. Will try again today.
Silly question, but is it water proof to keep cushions in from sofa, or would it need to be moved to shed in wet weather
Bought one about 18 months ago. Picked up another last week in the Crawley store. They had a fair few in stock.
I can assure you it holds more than 30kg as long as you've got it shut properly ;) I regularly sit on mine when taking breaks in the garden.
Has anyone else seen these in store? Was meant to be in a few weeks ago but couldn't find in my 2 local stores. Thanks. Heat added.
LOL...since when did Brits start demanding shandy-weak beer?? They'll soon regret this watering-down-to-save-duty meddling when sales go through the floor. No old stock left at my local Tesco yesterday, so I'm down to perhaps my last two 20-packs ever!
Had some at the weekend and also had some 4.8% still in the fridge from a previous pack. I love Beck's but was not keen on Beck's Vier. I can now confirm I'm not a fan of the new Beck's 4.0%
@milko the 275ml bottles have always been for the UK market. Another area where we're ripped off. It's sold in 330ml bottles in Germany and around the world though. The 330ml bottles are the same height as the 275ml ones just fat and stubby looking. AB Inbev claim the move is due to the UK consumer now demanding a lower / non alcoholic beverage. So I'm expecting a load of satisfied customers to post their rave reviews on this page any moment now.....
Crazy decision reducing ABV to 4%...have quaffed Bremen-brewed Becks for years, but at 4% strength, I'm out, it'll be Pilsner Urqell or Warsteiner instead now.
man.. I missed it ;( Great post OP.
Out of stock...went v quickly this afternoon. Knot to be out done I skipped over the order and managed to lasso the deal.
Great price if you got some where to do it. Great workout with this.
Me too! Not really much the wiser! It's a skipping rope that's too heavy to skip with?
Sorry if daft question but do you get 2 ropes or just the single?
I bought the brushcutter which matches this, same price but postage was free
Very heavy and parts availability??
Shouldn't be cutting hedges until August
LOL! - could do the next street over with these!
It’s very light to be fair when you factor in the 600m blade length :D