Cross Trainer just  £15 INSTORE @ TESCO WOOLWICH. 79 pounds in sale tesco direct
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Cross Trainer just £15 INSTORE @ TESCO WOOLWICH. 79 pounds in sale tesco direct

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Found 27th Dec 2013
Again Tesco's Woolwich. Magnetic cross trainer 79.20 pounds in sale on Tesco's direct, scanning at just 15 pounds in Tesco Woolwich. Again Manager says Tesco's just clearing spec in warehouse . Hope you find 1. for 15 pound cant go wrong

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Rear to find anything in London! Good price! Heat!

wild goose chase for most

Original Poster

I know itProbably ends up a wild goose chase. Im just hoping 1 person can find it then its worth it. Thought that was the point of this site. If I can find it without looking then maybe someone else can. Just trying to help

Heat if anyone can find one and post receipt

Original Poster

bagga212

Heat if anyone can find one and post receipt


I will post receipt in 5 mins

How many did they have left of this and the cycle?

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alithedon786

How many did they have left of this and the cycle?


There was 1 cycle and 1 cross trainer on shelf but Manager did say he had some stuff to clear in his warehouse and would re-stock. Maybe another bargain. What might help is that they were on the shelf unpriced so no one knew the bargain price

Original Poster

How do I add the receipt ?

My recommendation to people do not buy gym equipment for home if you dont have spare room for gym equipment. They take so much space and you dont work out as much as you do at gym. After few weeks they are just dust collector. I bought one after 2 weeks Im off it cos you cant get fresh air in the house and you feel like you are gonna faint.

Gonna be SOOOOOOOOOO many of these available throughout the country, no doubt!!!!!!.....

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emrahsener54

My recommendation to people do not buy gym equipment for home if you dont … My recommendation to people do not buy gym equipment for home if you dont have spare room for gym equipment. They take so much space and you dont work out as much as you do at gym. After few weeks they are just dust collector. I bought one after 2 weeks Im off it cos you cant get fresh air in the house and you feel like you are gonna faint.

I was only trying to help. Do I need to go and find some deals on dusters now lol

Original Poster

bagga212

Heat if anyone can find one and post receipt


How do I put on the receipt

Use Img host upload photo then copy and paste forum code
Edited by: "bagga212" 27th Dec 2013

Original Poster

bagga212

Use Img host upload photo then copy and paste forum code

and now in English please

emrahsener54

My recommendation to people do not buy gym equipment for home if you dont … My recommendation to people do not buy gym equipment for home if you dont have spare room for gym equipment. They take so much space and you dont work out as much as you do at gym. After few weeks they are just dust collector. I bought one after 2 weeks Im off it cos you cant get fresh air in the house and you feel like you are gonna faint.


You just got no commitment mate. I work out in the garage all the time, and been doing it for years now. All depends if you are a committed person who goes to the gym, and has done regularly. Then this will be for you. If you don't feel confident, then keep going to the gym, but don't waste your money by not going. I have know people who are sign up to contracts that have not been for months.

timbo1909

and now in English please


simple really. What he is saying, is you need to scan the receipt. Then upload this image, to someone who can host it for you. Like tinypic. You then use the url of where the image is located. Like the url of this page is.
hotukdeals.com/dea…497

If you googled IMg host you would of figured it out.oh we'll am all short hand online

leeparsons

You just got no commitment mate. I work out in the garage all the time, … You just got no commitment mate. I work out in the garage all the time, and been doing it for years now. All depends if you are a committed person who goes to the gym, and has done regularly. Then this will be for you. If you don't feel confident, then keep going to the gym, but don't waste your money by not going. I have know people who are sign up to contracts that have not been for months.



As I said IF YOU HAVE SPARE ROOM (GARAGE) for gym equipment thats ideal to buy gym staff for home. I was doing my exercises in my living room cos of no extra room or garage and you get so hot in minutes and no air at home. you have to keep the windows open to get cooler. In this weather no thanks.
Im going to gym 5-6 days a week its only 2 mins walk to my house. I believe its better to go to the gym. Its boring to do workout at home for me.

emrahsener54

As I said IF YOU HAVE SPARE ROOM (GARAGE) for gym equipment thats ideal … As I said IF YOU HAVE SPARE ROOM (GARAGE) for gym equipment thats ideal to buy gym staff for home. I was doing my exercises in my living room cos of no extra room or garage and you get so hot in minutes and no air at home. you have to keep the windows open to get cooler. In this weather no thanks.Im going to gym 5-6 days a week its only 2 mins walk to my house. I believe its better to go to the gym. Its boring to do workout at home for me.


As I said it's all todo with commitment, and if you actually enjoy doing it or not. If you like the challenge, you could save your self a load of money. It's actually not that cold out (thou depends where you are in the uk). I admit having a home gym, bench isn't always the best for certain exercises, but you are saving your self a shed load of money.
eg initial bench cost say £50 quid.100kg of weights, if you very lucky £100 (usually 15kg could be used with your bench 2*5kg + 2*2.5kg, the rest aren't worth bothering with). So you haft to buy 85kg. Total cost for year 1 £150

Gym cost the last time I went was £240 for a year (I was getting a bit cheaper because of work I believe). So in profit first year, and the following subsequent years, your up £260.

leeparsons

As I said it's all todo with commitment, and if you actually enjoy doing … As I said it's all todo with commitment, and if you actually enjoy doing it or not. If you like the challenge, you could save your self a load of money. It's actually not that cold out (thou depends where you are in the uk). I admit having a home gym, bench isn't always the best for certain exercises, but you are saving your self a shed load of money.eg initial bench cost say £50 quid.100kg of weights, if you very lucky £100 (usually 15kg could be used with your bench 2*5kg + 2*2.5kg, the rest aren't worth bothering with). So you haft to buy 85kg. Total cost for year 1 £150Gym cost the last time I went was £240 for a year (I was getting a bit cheaper because of work I believe). So in profit first year, and the following subsequent years, your up £260.



To be honest I prefer more expensive staff not cheap things cos I bought cheap weights barbells they are just rubbish you need to spend good money for gym equipment.

Doesnt matter how much they cost the thing do you have enough space for them? After I sold out my cross trainer There was a huge space cleared in my living room. It looks also so stupid in the living room when people visit your flat it doesnt look at all. Only I would do home gym if I have spare room or garage. Otherwise its taking so much space and doesnt look nice.

I want one. But I'm so tired to go to tesco now. Hopefully pick one up next week if I'm lucky enough or is that just to much wishful thinking

Sorry. How did you know it was in sale, was it marked down? Or did you just realise when you scanned it? Also does it have a calorie counter?

emrahsener54

My recommendation to people do not buy gym equipment for home if you dont … My recommendation to people do not buy gym equipment for home if you dont have spare room for gym equipment. They take so much space and you dont work out as much as you do at gym. After few weeks they are just dust collector. I bought one after 2 weeks Im off it cos you cant get fresh air in the house and you feel like you are gonna faint.



I've been using my exercise bike 5 days a week for 3 years, where as I'd find going to the gym a lot more of a chore and more time consuming and am sure I would often just not get around to it.

What works for you may not work for others.

Sorry. How did you know it was in sale, was it marked down? Or did you just realise when you scanned it? Also does it have a calorie counter?

I want one. But I'm so tired to go to tesco now. Hopefully pick one up next week if I'm lucky enough or is that just to much wishful thinking

Original Poster

pookey1

Sorry. How did you know it was in sale, was it marked down? Or did you … Sorry. How did you know it was in sale, was it marked down? Or did you just realise when you scanned it? Also does it have a calorie counter?

literally saw it on shelf, asked woman to scan it and said it was 15 pound, asked her to double check and she confirmed, lucky by chance

My hubby picked on of these up after seeing this post-£15 absolute bargain!

Hubby picked one up after seeing this post-£15 absolute bargain, cannot wait to start using! :))

Happhbird
was it the Woolwich store?

Is it possible to ask for a price match??

Hi pookey yes, hubby bought it from the woolwich store

Anyone found in manchester area?

was it in a tesco extra store?

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happyHBird

Hubby picked one up after seeing this post-£15 absolute bargain, cannot … Hubby picked one up after seeing this post-£15 absolute bargain, cannot wait to start using! :))


great that you picked one up from Woolwich. made it worth posting nice one

None in tesco Stockton :-(

happyHBird

Hubby picked one up after seeing this post-£15 absolute bargain, cannot … Hubby picked one up after seeing this post-£15 absolute bargain, cannot wait to start using! :))



Where were they in the tesco? My bf went and couldn't find them. He asked somebody and they said they didn't stock them and could only do a click and collect order

bought - needed something to hang the laundry off....

[quote=crashtestmonkey]bought - needed something to hang the laundry off....[/quot
Hi
Which store did you buy from please?

pookey1

[quote=crashtestmonkey]bought - needed something to hang the laundry … [quote=crashtestmonkey]bought - needed something to hang the laundry off....[/quotHiWhich store did you buy from please?



erm, sorry, thought it was fairly obviously a joke, referencing what happens to most fitness equipment people buy. I'll get my coat.

crashtestmonkey

erm, sorry, thought it was fairly obviously a joke, referencing what … erm, sorry, thought it was fairly obviously a joke, referencing what happens to most fitness equipment people buy. I'll get my coat.


Yes it's true that's what the exercise bike was for when I got bored with it. I sold that so now I have space for something new;)
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