Extendable sink strainer colander £5.99 @ Aldi
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Extendable sink strainer colander £5.99 @ Aldi

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Found 5th Jul 2015
Usually around £16+ everywhere else.
Available at Aldi Nationwide (probably Lidl too)
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    Almost 24hrs and no comments, people are spending a lot of time letting this deal Sink in...
    Idk why it would be available at Lidl too as they're two separate chains.
    livreg

    Idk why it would be available at Lidl too as they're two separate chains.


    I agree, Just because they're both German Companies - does it mean the deal will also be available at Volkswagen Showrooms?
    £7 in ikea, might be better in quality than this but haven't seen the Aldi one so can't say
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    pdhroche

    I agree, Just because they're both German Companies - does it mean the … I agree, Just because they're both German Companies - does it mean the deal will also be available at Volkswagen Showrooms?



    Because they typically tend to have the equivalent items for sale. The owners are Lidl and Aldi are rival brothers you know.
    No it's Lidl that is split into 2 different company's that as they were owned by 2 brothers. I believe one of them has died but they continue to trade as 2 businesses.

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    XBubbleX

    No it's Lidl that is split into 2 different company's that as they were … No it's Lidl that is split into 2 different company's that as they were owned by 2 brothers. I believe one of them has died but they continue to trade as 2 businesses.



    Lidl was established in the 1930s by the Schwarz company. Later, stores were founded in 1970s and were named after one of the Schwarz brothers' business partners, Ludwig Lidl.

    Two brothers, however, did found the Aldi chain: Theo and Karl Albrecht.

    It is a common myth that "Aldi and Lidl" are brothers as they are both German companies and both have extremely similar layouts inside the stores in order to maximize productivity in the stereotypical German fashion.
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