Castrol Edge Topup Engine Oil (Petrol & Diesel) - Reduced to clear - £1.25 (Was £5) @ Wilko
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Castrol Edge Topup Engine Oil (Petrol & Diesel) - Reduced to clear - £1.25 (Was £5) @ Wilko

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Found 23rd Jul 2016
Hi,

Managed to grab a few of these. Castrol Edge Engine Oil for £1.25.

Found instore at Wilko Stratford

Thanks
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Nice find! Hv sme heat
what viscosity isit
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cikki100

what viscosity isit



A bit of manners wouldn't go amiss
Go look oO please Sir :P
yuiodf

A bit of manners wouldn't go amiss



​can't see it on the bottle mate
If you need to top up your engine you have a problem...
Either burning it or losing it...
intuder

Either burning it or losing it...




Some cars will easily burn 1/2 litre of oil every 1000 miles

Edited by: "sab" 23rd Jul 2016
sab

Some cars will easily burn 1/2 litre of oil every 1000 miles



​Knackered ones...
Our company own a few lease diesel cars & they need topping up with approx 1L of oil about twice between services.
yuiodf

A bit of manners wouldn't go amiss



​Same could be said for you reply!
cikki100

what viscosity isit



​I do t think these have a viscosity. I think they are labeled as "suitable for all". Just for top up, not for a full oil change. So not a good idea to buy a load ready for a service.
intuder

​Knackered ones...



Sadly that was the case of older cars but modern engines burn through oil like there's no tomorrow. My A6 is not considered to have an issue if it burns through a litre every 1000 miles. Only if it's less than this will Audi entertain is even being looked at.
modern engines tend to use less viscous oils, due to higher tolerances, hence burn through oil much quicker than older vehicles (especially diesel lumps.) My Honda has a sticker down by the petrol release pulley, requesting that you check oil levels every 1000 miles. And who says we are becoming more technologically advanced? ;-)
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Yeah, just checked and these do not have a viscosity
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furiousjammin

​Same could be said for you reply!



Erm, dont see how my reply can be deemed as having no manners, and even if it did what goes around comes around
Edited by: "yuiodf" 23rd Jul 2016
check the PDF info sheet on Google .......Viscosity, CCS -30°C (5W) Description
1 in 3 cars are running low on oil, and if the oil goes too low the engine will be destroyed. But you can't always get
exactly the right oil for your car when you notice the problem.
Application
Castrol EDGE TOP UP is suitable for 97% of cars and light vans* and with Titanium FSTTM it gives you double the film
strength and reduced friction with every top up.
Conditions of Use
Castrol EDGE TOP UP is suitable for 97% of cars and light vans.*
Castrol recommend the use of no more than one 500ml bottle of EDGE TOP UP in any one oil change interval. Check
handbook or consult an expert to identify the correct oil if further topping up is required to achieve the correct level of oil in
the engine.
This product is not suitable for: BMW M-Sport, competion/race cars, high performance/supercars, vintage/classic cars.
Check warranty requirements before use.
*Castrol analysis of: % market share by OEM in UK car park (POLK 2014) and suitable use by vehicle.
Advantages
Castrol EDGE TOP UP is suitable for 97% of cars and light vans* including those fitted with a catalyst and/or diesel
particulate filter.
Castrol EDGE TOP UP with Titanium FSTTM gives you double the film strength and reduced friction with every top up.
Handy pack perfect for topping up anytime.
There when you need it, to ensure that your engine always has the strength to deliver maximum performance.
Castrol EDGE TOP UP Petrol and Diesel Engine Oil.
intuder

​Knackered ones...


Troll? Never posted a deal? Why are you posting nonsense?
With long service intervals, even a car burning 100g of oil every 2000 miles (i.e not much and definitley not knackered) might benefit from one top up between oil changes.
intuder

Either burning it or losing it...


Well spotted, all cars burn some oil...
The spec is a bit to non-descriptive for me, but the bottle would be handy, so might just fill it with some oil from my 5ltr Mobil 1 tub.
furiousjammin

​Same could be said for you reply!



not really. what school did you go to.
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patg2005

Well spotted, all cars burn some oil...


I never need to top up between services but my car has only done 233,000 miles.
Pluun

I never need to top up between services but my car has only done 233,000 … I never need to top up between services but my car has only done 233,000 miles.[/quoI never need to top up between services but my car has only done 233,000 miles.


Very Good, but if you only do 6000 miles beteen services then thats not altogether suprising. My point was some modern cars have very long service intervals and given that all cars burn some oil (even if its only a little bit) topping up is not a function of a "knackered" engine as a fool above said.
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patg2005

Very Good, but if you only do 6000 miles beteen services then thats not … Very Good, but if you only do 6000 miles beteen services then thats not altogether suprising. My point was some modern cars have very long service intervals and given that all cars burn some oil (even if its only a little bit) topping up is not a function of a "knackered" engine as a fool above said.


I usually did my oil changes at 5,000 / 6,000 miles but now, due to aching bones, it was 10,000.
Pluun

I usually did my oil changes at 5,000 / 6,000 miles but now, due to … I usually did my oil changes at 5,000 / 6,000 miles but now, due to aching bones, it was 10,000.


Yup, getting down there to drain the oil doesn't get any easier as the years roll by. Still a nice feeling though when you've done it.
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patg2005

Yup, getting down there to drain the oil doesn't get any easier as the … Yup, getting down there to drain the oil doesn't get any easier as the years roll by. Still a nice feeling though when you've done it.


Aye, at least, with fully synthetic, you can extend the intervals.
I have some fuses to replace and even that is a pain these days.
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