CAMELBAK Lobo £29.99+£3.99 delivery or collect instore Decathlon
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CAMELBAK Lobo £29.99+£3.99 delivery or collect instore Decathlon

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Found 9th Oct 2012
Seems a really good price for this CAMELBAK LOBO most places it retails between £50 to £60
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When I click buy online it says this is only available to buy instore at £49.99

Would be hot if I could buy at 29.99
Just tried to buy and it says £49.99, seems to change depending on your local store...
Excellent deal, love mine, think I paid about £50 but that was 2 years ago
darkfish

Just tried to buy and it says £49.99, seems to change depending on your … Just tried to buy and it says £49.99, seems to change depending on your local store...


I'm not so sure on that after seeing the little bit of text listed below their website saying: Price in store £49.99.
Seems to work fine for me either online or collect instore actually bought one instore at Stockport last week and £29.99 was on the label.
Edited by: "hanksey" 10th Oct 2012
hanksey

Seems to work fine for me either online or collect instore actually … Seems to work fine for me either online or collect instore actually bought one instore at Stockport last week and was on the £29.99 was on the label.


Seems so as that is the store which will deliver to me. "Available in your store Stockport : 9 articles in Stock"
Edited by: "muckilla" 10th Oct 2012
Do these have much storage for anything else?
Will go with my cameltoe nicely
does this come with the bladder? It doesn't specifically say so, but the pics do show the valve end thingybob
Just spoke to Decathlon, yes it comes with the bladder.
None available, even in Stockport.
dalby79

Do these have much storage for anything else?


Yes has a fair bit of storage, two zip sections and the netting runs the whole width of the bag so you can carry a jacket if needed.
Edited by: "chill" 10th Oct 2012
GazTheHat

None available, even in Stockport.


True sadly. Weirdly tho when i check at the moment for stockport it shows "-2 article in Stock*" lol
Tried to purchase this, however, price is coming to £49.99 when added to basket!!
As already said above, prices change depending on which store you're ordering from.

FYI Nottingham have some in stock but sadly won't deliver to me.
Totally unnecessary waste of £30, voted negative. Must be like drinking your own sweat. Why not simply wait till you get home, to the pub or wherever you're going?
Ebay have camo ones for less than this?
zekespah

Totally unnecessary waste of £30, voted negative. Must be like drinking … Totally unnecessary waste of £30, voted negative. Must be like drinking your own sweat. Why not simply wait till you get home, to the pub or wherever you're going?



Please tell me how it must be like drinking your own sweat....... I take it you don't walk cycle or do any exercise then ?
hanksey

Please tell me how it must be like drinking your own sweat....... I take … Please tell me how it must be like drinking your own sweat....... I take it you don't walk cycle or do any exercise then ?



Do both. Drink when I get back. Haven't died of dehydration yet.
zekespah

Do both. Drink when I get back. Haven't died of dehydration yet.



Ridiculous thing to say - any exercise where you are sweating profusely hydration is key.

Maybe not if its a 20 minute jog etc but are you telling me you would go a full day hiking,cycling etc without taking in water?
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zekespah

Totally unnecessary waste of £30, voted negative. Must be like drinking … Totally unnecessary waste of £30, voted negative. Must be like drinking your own sweat. Why not simply wait till you get home, to the pub or wherever you're going?


You say this is unnecessary so it wouldn't apply to you. Then due to this reason you voted this deal cold/negative but you don't vote on personal opinion of the item itself you vote on deals taking into consideration others who may want one of these. Don't vote if you don't even think these items are worth anything as you can't value something you have no interest in what so ever. Think of others and vote regarding the deal to them if you dislike the item all together don't bother commenting or voting and the price would then have no value to yourself anyways regardless if it was a good deal or not so move along.
Edited by: "muckilla" 10th Oct 2012
zekespah

Do both. Drink when I get back. Haven't died of dehydration yet.


So lets just say for some of us mere mortals that do need fluid whilst exercising and the item is usually priced at £50 and I have found it can be had for say £30 would you not think that it is a good deal. ?
Annoying website, good deal else!
da_murphster

Ridiculous thing to say - any exercise where you are sweating profusely … Ridiculous thing to say - any exercise where you are sweating profusely hydration is key.Maybe not if its a 20 minute jog etc but are you telling me you would go a full day hiking,cycling etc without taking in water?



Its been known in the past and yes, I was a tad thirsty come early evening. Otherwise I'd stop for a drink somewhere or get one out of a back pack. Its the concept of having some rig up of bug-infested tubes and warm swill so you can sip away constantly that I find so ridiculous and unnecessary.
got a camelback myself, excellent storage and great when on your mountain bike.
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