Bicycle Mudguards set - £1 @ poundland. Front & rear set. Also @ family bargains @ 99p.
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Bicycle Mudguards set - £1 @ poundland. Front & rear set. Also @ family bargains @ 99p.

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Found 14th Jul 2012
Both front & rear mudguards supplied. Plastic body, some metal fixings.
Suitable for most bikes but would say best for mountain bikes.
Red, blue and black available.
Saw them in Rugby, warwickshire stores in Poundland and Family Bargains stores. Possibly also in 99p stores too.
Not pro quality but perfectly fine if on a budget or for the kids cheap bikes.
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These are a regular line but not always in stock.
For mountain bikes.
Checked, very very poor quality save your 99p
Excellent way of doubling the value of a Sports Direct/Argos bike.
Why don't we just list every regular line in poundland & 99p stores as a bargain and have done with it
utter crap,took me ages to attach the back one,front one wouldn't fit,then i knocked it lightly with my leg and the bracket snapped,pay extra and get a decent set

Tough crowd! They're a £1 - dont take them so seriously!

zzzz

These are a regular line but not always in stock.For mountain bikes.



Never seen them before in there in four years in my local so not regular to me. I thought I'd give a heads up anyway. Not everyone knows whats in these stores and never listed on HUKD that I can see.

screamingninja

Excellent way of doubling the value of a Sports Direct/Argos bike.



Can't disagree with that one, but some can only afford or want to pay for those type of bikes so this price bracket up to £10 is where they'll be looking. Each to their own. You'd be a bit dippy if you'd paid £500+ on a bike and put £1 mudguards on them!

Baz8755

Why don't we just list every regular line in poundland & 99p stores as a … Why don't we just list every regular line in poundland & 99p stores as a bargain and have done with it



Er, missing the point, arent we? Poundland dont do "special offers" or price drops but if comparing to other retailers its a good deal for the money, then surely worth a listing? For £1 (or even £5) can you name a deal thats going to give decent results for the money?

themachman

utter crap,took me ages to attach the back one,front one wouldn't … utter crap,took me ages to attach the back one,front one wouldn't fit,then i knocked it lightly with my leg and the bracket snapped,pay extra and get a decent set



I agree, if you have £20+ to spend on them, but some on here don't. I have expensive Crud's on my MTB but my young son who throws his bike all over the place and wrecks it, has these on and no problems. Never said they were top notch but at a quid you can't expect miracles or compare them to something over 20x the price. Of course more money gets better options, cheers for that gem.

But if you only have a few quid, can any of you suggest any better ones in that sort price range, or is "spend more money" the best advice you can offer rather than sharing a potentially useful deal?

Edited by: "davej1710" 15th Jul 2012

You should be commended on investing so much time in this deal and giving a cr*p what people post here!!

davej1710

Tough crowd!...............dont take them so seriously!

davej1710

Er, missing the point, arent we? Poundland dont do "special offers" or … Er, missing the point, arent we? Poundland dont do "special offers" or price drops but if comparing to other retailers its a good deal for the money, then surely worth a listing? For £1 (or even £5) can you name a deal thats going to give decent results for the money?



On the contrary I think you are missing the point of "Hot UK Deals", something which this is not. Just because it's only £1 it does not make it a bargain. As several people have already pointed out they are cheap tat and are a regular line. The same item can be bought from 99p stores thus saving yourself a whole 1p, but even at this price they would not be a hot deal.
screamingninja

You should be commended on investing so much time in this deal and giving … You should be commended on investing so much time in this deal and giving a cr*p what people post here!!



I dont normally waste my time on these sort of responses but its getting more apparent that some HUK dealers enjoy posting derogatory comments, which they're entitled to, without suggesting suitable alternatives. Not in the helpful spirit of hukd. This is a forum and whilst your not obliged to be helpful, it does seem selfish and sways opinion.
Baz8755

On the contrary I think you are missing the point of "Hot UK Deals", … On the contrary I think you are missing the point of "Hot UK Deals", something which this is not. Just because it's only £1 it does not make it a bargain. As several people have already pointed out they are cheap tat and are a regular line. The same item can be bought from 99p stores thus saving yourself a whole 1p, but even at this price they would not be a hot deal.


Baz8755

On the contrary I think you are missing the point of "Hot UK Deals", … On the contrary I think you are missing the point of "Hot UK Deals", something which this is not. Just because it's only £1 it does not make it a bargain. As several people have already pointed out they are cheap tat and are a regular line. The same item can be bought from 99p stores thus saving yourself a whole 1p, but even at this price they would not be a hot deal.



Baz. Agree and understand what your saying and agree theres not much to expect for £1 and you pay more you get better options. Thought I'd share a deal I'd not seen before that worked for me and hopefully others that are on a tight budget with limited options. My sons mudguards are still doing fine but so are my 25x more expensive ones on my bike.
Good price but as made out above, been available for a few months now. Plus if you ask me, you'll look a prat with these mudguards on... along with your poundland red bike saddle (which they also do in some stores now).

If your after no frills mudguards these'll do, but for long-term investment, get some SKS mudguards, much better. (and somebody who can understand the instructions.).

That said, I suppose the black one would be fine, assuming you can get them, never seen them in other colour than red or blue.
Edited by: "timothyw9" 20th Jul 2012
Thanks for posting. Wondering if these might be worth getting for my 7 year old's bike.
Bought these last year from poundland they lasted all of 2 days before they broke! Somethings are not even worth a quid.
worst quality ever... better to cut up an ice cream tub and strap that on
am I the only person who saw the piccy of this product and immediately thought "that looks like a sex toy"? #disappointed
Edited by: "petenharry" 24th Jul 2012
I bought a set a while ago. The front one doesn't fit on my bike, but the rear guard is OK. Does the job...
Very poorly made and dangerous the brittle plastic mount snapped after a week of regular riding which made the guard hit the tyre mid ride cannot recommend these even at this price
There a pound people , you gets what you pay for, either buy them or dont.
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