only if your a member of a special organisation which qualifies you to 10% =)
Is there any way of getting further discount at Halfords just now?
That's exactly why i brought my one. Its already saved me on a claim that without it would have gone 50/50. Best thing I've ever brought.
I like the look of these but reviews are very varied. Quite a few bad ones. A lot of money to spend if it isnt up to scratch
Must take even a novice 2 minutes to do this oneself.
An antifreeze/ coolant check would be a good idea.
Yeah granted, but I wouldn’t put a high concentration in, in the summer. Anyhow, I’d rather do it myself than go Halfords.
So, how does this "keep your child safe"? Do trucks magically disappear when you press the button? Does it contain an automatic air bag for emergency deployment? Possibly helps to keep pedestrians safe if you stretch your imagination a bit. It's a toy at a reasonable price but the safety claim is ridiculous. Someone in Halfords' marketing department getting carried away!
A turbo nozzle would be helpful to speed the jobs up. Similar to this https://www.demon-tweeks.com/draper-pressure-washer-turbo-nozzle-for-stock-numbers-83405-83506-83407-and-83414-apw74-dra83704/?istCompanyId=a2904180-3a7d-4e56-b876-cf81c9512180&istItemId=-xpwaqatqwx&istBid=t&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=PX - DT - Shopping - Generics&utm_term=4582695747702283&utm_content=Tools - Safety & Workwear&gclid=CPDMzJfsld8CFQONhQod90wIFA&gclsrc=ds
£23 a year to join, this deal alone saves you £17. You'll find that many cyclists on here are BC members for that reason.
Fine if you're already a member, but I suspect most folks around here aren't.
British Cycling will land you another 10% off of the Halfords price though.
John Lewis will price match this and give you a 2 year warranty.
Halfords regularly do this offer...... I bought 2 bottles last time for summer but its too expensive for winter as u can't dilute much
A useful comment, thanks!
Will give it a try when my current one runs out. (y)
It really isn't you helmet.
No it isn’t and yes it is !
My son got one, it’s great I would say 3-6 age range, up to 30kg weight of rider
These are great quality for this price range
Thanks, my son is really tall, so this is probably too small for him. But heat added anyway ;)
I seen them in store and they look really small, not really sure what age they would suit though..
Is this big enough for a six year old boy?
Showing for me!
Not working...just showing normal price?
Voodoo kids bikes (the ones I am looking at) were always on sale at this price.
It says it does have bluetooth...
Hence why it's £35
But they were trying to get £60 for it and no Bluetooth at that price seems unreasonable.
No Bluethooth and no dab, no cd. Has this got a radio?
Just bought this from Halfords, unfortunately came with a broken casing so I'm returning. Rang Halfords and they said they haven't got any more in stock so will just have to refund me.
Been looking at this for a while but I think I want the Kickr Core
Updated, thanks (y)
To anyone who buys one perhaps they could do a review here. I'm curious about the frame. Halfords mention's 6061 but no mention of heat treatment and the paintwork seems to be basic single colour with transfers added. It looks a less advanced frame that the earlier Crixus frame which was more like the Zelos and Virtuoso. I don't know if people know this but the EU has pushed Cambodia to manufacture at least 30% of bicycles they sell. Previously Cambodian bikes were pretty much all Chinese parts and just assembly in Cambodia to avoid EU duties but now the EU insists on 30% of the bike locally manufactured. This basically means frames and forks so lots of manufacturers even top brands for their entry level models are manufacturing frames and forks in Cambodia and they are seen as perfectly safe but cruder older technology with inferior paintwork. I suspect this might be such a frame due to its larger downtube and paintwork. Alternatively it could be Halfords not being very good with their blurb. For example many of the frames from China were hydro-formed, a slow careful bending process second only to air forming which prevents adding as much fatigue to the metal when manufactured. The frames from Cambodia are likely mechanically formed which is a cruder, faster, cheaper process and requires cheaper machinary. Cambodia is the biggest exporter of bikes to the EU.
(y) just ordered mine
Thanks for the advice. Can I ask - is your bike a cyclocross? From what I gather the sizes of frames correspond to the type of bike, so (I believe) mountain bikes have smaller frames than road bikes. It's hard to tell what size I'd need because there's not much info on cyclocross bikes online tbh.
Don't forget the 10% discount with NIPSA or Membership Plus :)
Same here. Passed with no advisories amd certainly WOULD recommend for an MOT. Paying for them to fit a bulb or some wipers is a different matter.... although some people don't want their hands dirty regardless of cost
Wouldn't really call that hostile... Better let everyone know that any deal where you get something free with a purchase if you use a code not to bother anymore. Any buy one get one free deals or anything, don't post them because "Mr_xx" doesn't like it.
I presume it was the bulbs they'd installed upside down? How do you even do that? XD
Same terrible experience here. Friend took theirs in for the “free mot”. Got a huge list of issues and fails, took it to the local main dealer to have fixed as the car was from them originally and wanted original parts (who you would expect to also want to make money) they said there was non of the faults that Halfords found and did the MOT again and passed. They passed the details along to whoever regulates them and a complaint to Halfords resulted in a instant £50 voucher and apology (which in my book is a “pay them off quick and sweep it under the rug” admission)
Halfords autocentres are the biggest ripoff in my opinion. I took up the free mot offer and they gave me a list of a million faults. Some serious that the car was unroadworthy. Then took it to an independent garage who passed it with minor advisories. Saved well over£500 there.
Unless you are working on an aging American hulk or something built pre decimilisation why would you use them? Even the hardest brexit won't bring back inches.
Why wouldn't you?
You'll never use the sae imperial sockets so why pay out for them? Get a couple of their smaller metric sets.
Don't think this will get hot as it was £135 last week :(
You can also use shaving gel, works just as good. 8)
https://www.bmstores.co.uk/products/rain-x-2-in-1-glass-cleaner-500ml-329434 It's been that price there for ages.
What are you going to do now? (lol)
Pretty sure this is £4.99 in B&M but don't quote me.
Also £5 on Amazon as an add-on item if you don't feel like going Halfords/don't have one nearby https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B002G27G98/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_4JzbCb6QX0X0Y
Thanks, I've reserved one. Will tidy the garage bench up a bit.
I reserved one of these for collection (£18.50 with trade card). When I went to collect I decided to have a look at them first and perhaps it is good value for money, however the quality matched the price and wouldn't stand the test of time, so I didn't go ahead with the purchase. The drawers were flimsy and very thin.
Just picked one up. Looks great for £22.50. Checked it wasn't damaged and really pleased with it. So long as it holds together is a bit of a good deal (y)
Tend to agree. Collected one last time this was on offer at this price but first sight was only when I unboxed at home. Was sorely tempted to take back but for twenty quid decided to keep, paying the usual price of £50 would be madness.
Extra 10% off for AA members in-store. Using the AA mobile app look in the member benefits section for a downloadable 10% off voucher against purchases. In passing a 15% off car accessories voucher is also available at the moment, expires 10th Dec. If you don’t have the AA app or wish to use it your member card should be fine for the discount. Links for vouchers, I used a print off successfully in-store without having to show my AA member card so worth a try for any non members wanting to give it a go. https://www.theaa.com/~/media/the-aa/pdf/member-benefits/10-off-at-halfords-aa-member-benefits.pdf?la=en https://www.theaa.com/~/media/the-aa/pdf/member-benefits/15-off-car-accessories-at-halfords-aa-member-benefits.pdf?la=en
And an umbrella, thermals, latex gloves and a p0rn mag because it will be wet cold & dirty. The mag is for while you are waiting for breakdown/loved ones to rescue you as your phone will be at 2%. You can't fix your car you will be missing the 1 tool you need.
As pronounced yawn ...
Lol if your handy enough to possibly fix your car with these tools , you wouldn’t use these tools
I suspect this may only be the case if the car you are driving was built, say, pre 1970?
IF you are relying on this in a roadside emergency. you know nothing about cars ;) But if you do get this, add a roll of insulating tape, cable ties and a torch with a magnetic base. Because sods law when you breakdown it will be in the dark.
312g on eBay has gone up to 60 quid from 50. I got it as well, the Gps function is worth it.
Picked up the 312 for less on the eBay offer posted last week. Decent price if that one is no longer available I guess.