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Charlie Dimmock hand gardening tools £1 @Poundland
Charlie Dimmock hand gardening tools £1 @Poundland

Charlie Dimmock hand gardening tools £1 @Poundland

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These Charlie Dimmock (endorsed) gardening tools have been around for a year(?) at Poundland and are robust and good quality. I never looked in this gardening section until today when I needed one.
The ones on display have hammer finished epoxy coated heads with wooden handles.
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Although standard price as £1, but fabulous value considering this level of robust quality tool is at least a few quid each elsewhere in gardening centres and DIY store.
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22 Comments

Is there any cheap bras in this range?oO

She can use my dibber anytime

My My How the mighty have fallen to cheap cheep

I think Tommy did a range of endorsed stuff here as well.

robust and good quality



Usually best to use something for a while before you declare it "robust".

Outstanding!

Where's the hoe?

Brailliant deal. Certainly are robust. Great value for a quid.

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In her Glory days
Edited by: "allowed" 2nd Jul

I loved Charlie's Dimmocks!

I wonder how many over the years put Charlie Dimmock and Tommy together.

I've bought their garden tools in the past. They are robust and good quality. If anything this range looks better. Great deal.

Charlie dimmock with a tool in her hand........now there's a thought!

ysdevil4 h, 2 m ago

I think Tommy did a range of endorsed stuff here as well.

​Absolute sh.yte!

what next Charlie Dimmock bra's

the ones I had do not work in hard or clay soil - they bend out of shape.
once the thin coating cracks, the cheap metal immediately corrodes and breaks.
had to buy proper steel ones.
buy cheap - buy twice.

Original Poster

missmisiowa

the ones I had do not work in hard or clay soil - they bend out of … the ones I had do not work in hard or clay soil - they bend out of shape.once the thin coating cracks, the cheap metal immediately corrodes and breaks.had to buy proper steel ones.buy cheap - buy twice.


Sound advice, what's the make and cost for the one you recommend so others may consider as well?

splender

Sound advice, what's the make and cost for the one you recommend so … Sound advice, what's the make and cost for the one you recommend so others may consider as well?


Go and have a look in a proper tool shop.

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termite

Go and have a look in a proper tool shop.


How much would one cost at such a tool shop, could help folks to decide whether to go to one to buy? As I think the type you are referring to is £10 plus.
Edited by: "splender" 3rd Jul

zippypants15 h, 46 m ago

My My How the mighty have fallen to cheap cheep

​Is that because its Charlie Dimmock branded items ? I suspect Poundland agreed a deal with a wholesaler or the producer of said items to buy x amount to sell for £1.

My understanding is that with China having massive overcapacity in low quality steel and iron production even at a £1 (make them for 33p?) there might be some quality there ? Or are these disposable gardening tools ?

seanjames

what next Charlie Dimmock bra's


Hammocks more likely.
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