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Lakeland stock a range of creative kitchenware, homewares, bakeware and electricals. At certain times of year, shoppers can also find seasonal goods like Christmas cake making kits and gardening supplies. It's possible to save money on the entire collection by visiting the HotUKDeals Lakeland page, where we publish all the brands best offers. Read more

All Lakeland Deals, Discounts & Sales for August 2019

Half price Lakeland Ice Cream machine £19.99 (with C&C)
Posted 26th JunPosted 26th Jun
I thought I'd get this on a punt and thought I'd share 'cos I care. (y) If it isn't very good then Lakeland CS is amongst the very best around and so if it doesn't do what I wa… Read more

Cool! now i can recreate the scene from Star Wars: Empire strikes back!


Interesting mindset from the OP "Yeah I'd like to return this ice cream maker because it doesn't make decent ice cream, I can't understand it, I used loads of sugar, cream, dishwater, dog doo, and garlic... it's not decent." (lol)


I have 1 similar to this, save your money and get a propper machine. Got to have these in the freezer for a min 8hrs before use.

Lavazza Modo Mio Easy Frother £29 Lakeland (free c&c / £2.99 p&p)
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Posted 18th AprPosted 18th Apr
Lavazza Modo Mio Easy Frother £29 Lakeland (free c&c / £2.99 p&p)
Great price. Which recommended product. Simple one-button milk frother Makes hot or cold frothed milk Perfect for cappuccino, latte and hot chocolate Auto clean function
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£29.00 delivered from Lakeland via Amazon.


3 year warranty from Lakeland to.


This is currently £29.99 at my local Tesco's. (Ashford, Middlesex)

Mighty Mug Unspilable Travel Mug Now £7.99 Was £19.99 @ Lakeland
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Posted 14th AprPosted 14th AprLocalLocal
Mighty Mug Unspilable Travel Mug Now £7.99 Was £19.99 @ Lakeland
Award-winning travel mug Won’t spill when knocked Smart Grip technology holds on to any flat surface Double-walled insulation Leakproof flip-top lid Reduced to £7.99 from £19… Read more
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Had mine for a year now. It is a very good conversation starter if nothing else! My experience is that coupled with the flip lid it is absolute overkill, but it is cool and my friends all like to accept the challenge to knock it over!


I drink black coffee


I have one. The suction is subtle and is released by just picking up the mug. Blew my mind when I first saw it. Really good inventioni paid best part of £15 and I still felt it was worth the money so at this price...bargain. don't expect if you whack it one to hold onto surface, but for a nudge it will stay connected.


Very likely. Was just a quick search.


However, a lot of the bottom section is wasted. I have a larger version of this (looks taller than the image) and I think it's 450ml (certainly less than 500ml) and another very similarly sized water bottle that holds 850ml... This mug is like the opposite of a TARDIS - bigger on the outside.

Panasonic Stainless Steel Sourdough Bread Maker SD ZX2522KXC £219.99 at Lakeland (3yrs guarantee)
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Posted 11th AprPosted 11th Apr
Top of the range Panasonic Bread maker that gets very good reviews all round. I'm just about to pull the trigger myself. Not a massive saving but a saving nonetheless (Amazon pric… Read more

Sorry haven't done the sourdough yet, it was a soda bread (got them mixed up!). That is probably the most middle class things I've ever written (lol)


What was the sourdough like please? I've got an older Panasonic 2502 model that doesn't have the sourdough setting. ;( I've been thinking of upgrading to this one to make sourdough. Did it come out well? :)


Indeed I did. I've done the sourdough (good for a quick bread fix at 55mins), wholemeal loaf, honey and sunflower seed, banana bread and a few ready mix packets. All have come out flawlessly. Not the cheapest machine but worth it, I'd say.


@danston did you buy this breadmaker? Is it any good?


Im no baker and a terrible baker at that but bread is relatively easy to make, just like pizza dough Im that bad ar baking, im terrible at dumplings (lol) but I get there in the end

Polti La Vaporella Steam Generator Iron XM80R £239 Lakeland
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Posted 6th MarPosted 6th Mar
Polti La Vaporella Steam Generator Iron XM80R £239 Lakeland
3 years warrenty and 10 year on limescale 2400w Polti La Vaporella Steam Generator Iron XM80RBring a touch of Italian style to your laundry load with Polti’s sleek white La Vapore… Read more
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Sodastream syrups £3.19  at lakeland - Free c&c
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Posted 23rd JanPosted 23rd Jan
Sodastream syrups £3.19 at lakeland - Free c&c
Was difficult to find anywhere selling the sodastream syrups a couple of months back but lakeland have diet coke and some others for £3.19

These are really hard to locate these days, especially at this price!! HEAT

Chocolate & Peanut Butter Cupcake In A Mug - Lakeland - £0.99
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Posted 14th JanPosted 14th Jan
Chocolate & Peanut Butter Cupcake In A Mug - Lakeland - £0.99
Originally £9.99 which seems a bit high but 99p is a bargain. They also do a Sticky Toffee Pudding in a Cup with a Saucer. Chocolate & Peanut Butter Cupcake In A Mug Som… Read more
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I had something similar for Xmas, I wouldn’t bothered even if it had the ingredients as the finished cake is nasty!


In Lakeland yesterday and saw these not selling at 99p. I think everyone there did what I did. Picked it up, looked at it, realised what it was, went "Nah!", and put it back.


We Well that’s pants (lol)


Yes. If you click the link to the Lakeland page and go to the 3rd photo it shows all the ingredients you need to be able to make it.


Are you sure, all instructions and reviews don’t mention having to buy anything else.

Beer glasses at Lakeland. Were £30 now £7.49
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Posted 13th JanPosted 13th Jan
Beer glasses at Lakeland. Were £30 now £7.49
My OH found these while browsing. I have enough glasses but thought someone else might benefit. 75 p a glass! Delivery £2.99 to £5 or free C&C.

yes i picked mine up last nite


Did anybody receive theirs ? Had money refunded and received a bullshoot voicemail how to they were damaged in transit and unfortunately had no further stock utter lies


Oos :S


Good price but free from local pub


OOS Shame!

Lakeland dry:soon mini deluxe heated airer cover £4.99 @ Lakeland
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Posted 13th JanPosted 13th Jan
Lakeland dry:soon mini deluxe heated airer cover £4.99 @ Lakeland
I know the airers from Lakeland are very popular so thought this looked a pretty good deal if you’re looking for a cover. Looks good for a fiver! Sadly the airers themselves aren’t… Read more

I bought this cover for 2 tier airer but didn't fit , it's too small,this is for 2 tier mini not the one in the picture .


I haven’t got one myself so I don’t know (just saw the deal and thought it seemed good). Could you order one and send it back if it doesn’t work?


Just wondering if I’d get away with this helping cover a 3 tier one I have? The covers are expensive! I have used a thin fitted single sheet which does a similar job


But surely the claims of: - Keeps heat in to speed up drying - Mesh panels allow air to flow can't *both* be true?!


I bought the airer few months back without the cover , it's quite good .

Some nice bits to put by for next Christmas £0.99 @ Lakeland
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Posted 12th JanPosted 12th Jan
Some nice bits to put by for next Christmas £0.99 @ Lakeland
Lakeland have the last knocking of their Christmas sale up - this mug and saucer was £11.99 down to 99p - I doubt it was ever worth this especially as it doesn’t include a starter … Read more
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Thanks again for this post - ordered a few mugs and other non-sale bits to make postage worthwhile. The mugs are lovely, great quality and nicely packaged.


That for me was perfect as I’ll put them by for next Christmas and then weigh outfresh ingredients to to put with them - the recipient will just need to add an egg


We have a Lakeland but rarely go in because of daft (high) prices, but I'll pop in tomorrow just in case.... hopes not high though, unlike their prices (Christ alive would anyone with a brain pay 11.99 for a saucer and a 'mug'? You'd certainly have to be one (a mug!) on a giant scale to pay that! XD


no cake ingredients in the cup though :(


I like their stainless steel EDIBLE cookie cutter set... (ninja)

Popaballs for Gin/Prosecco further reduced to 49p
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Posted 12th JanPosted 12th JanLocalLocal
Popaballs for Gin/Prosecco further reduced to 49p
Lemon and Blueberry Gin and Strawberry and Peach Prosecco Popaballs. These are 0.99p online and free click and collect but found in store for 0.49p while collecting at Solihull Lak… Read more

Thank you....ordered and received today with September expiry date - perfect for part of a friend's gift earlier in the year.


Yes, August and September 2019


Do they have a good expiry date on them please?


Sage the One° Sous Vide  £69.99 Lakeland (down from £169.99 in sale)
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Posted 9th JanPosted 9th Jan
Sage the One° Sous Vide £69.99 Lakeland (down from £169.99 in sale)
Never mind all the egg poacher stuff - it's also a very cheap way to acquire a sous vide while it's available at this price. Three year warranty too. Master low temperature … Read more

I cant vouch on the precision but unsure why it would be, a circulator is moving the water thus distributing any burst of heat better this has a probe but then again the anova probe is right in all the water moving around. From my original research circulators are better at ensuring the temperature is consistent so let me know why this is much more accurate? I did vote hot but a circulator with a lidded container does seem better and are cheaper (aldi etc) to give it ago.


Know all ;)


Its French. For Vaccum packed.


Horses for courses. This provides much more accuracy than the cruder wand type, but it is primarily for one or two people rather than a family. Unbeatable for the price though, particularly with its additional features - and the standard Lakeland 3 year warranty.


limits the capacity and takes up more space, i prefer a circulator and my big pan, if i have a big cook an insulated box (for mushrooms etc) works perfectly. Good price for this but very limiting and takes up space, my anova was £75 4 years ago (think it was) no regrets

Lemon & blueberry popaball @ Lakeland 99p plus £2.99 delivery.
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Posted 8th JanPosted 8th Jan
Lemon & blueberry popaball @ Lakeland 99p plus £2.99 delivery.
Product Features Give drinks a sweet fix of fruity flavour Choose from lemon or blueberry juice – or mix the two Created to complement gin Non-alcoholic and suitable for vegetarian… Read more
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They also had Peach and Raspberry. I was in Kingston on Saturday and they had a PopaBall advent calendar which had flavours I’d not seen before like cherry and lychee. If you like boba, you can buy 1.2Kg for approx £15 on Amazon. Wild Monk brand do quite a few flavours, I normally get the mango and put it in Bucks Fizz or Harvey Wallbangers. ^_^ Forgot to mention, Home Bargains have also started doing a PopABall dupe, only seen Blueberry so far, I think they were 99p

Lakeland sale has now started with up to 50% off a range of goods
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Posted 29th Dec 2018Posted 29th Dec 2018
Lakeland sale has now started with up to 50% off a range of goods
Nothing here for me but the Lakeland sale always used to be quite popular
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(lol) (embarrassed) (embarrassed) (embarrassed) sorry i meant tongs:S :S had to google the spelling now


Thongs??? Aren’t they flammable?! (annoyed)


I did (lol) so i stoped using it and just stuck with the thongs


Lol you don’t just drop the grill on the stove, you have move it around on the non cooked bits.

Jarkey from Lakeland brilliant for opening Jars £4.49p
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Posted 20th Dec 2018Posted 20th Dec 2018
Jarkey from Lakeland brilliant for opening Jars £4.49p
Not a deal but an invaluable item to have in the kitchen, especially at Christmas for all the pickle cabbage/cranberry sauce jars etc. Always struggled to open pickle onion jars et… Read more

Good idea but for me personally I don't want a large pebble in the kitchen😁


One of my friends keeps a big smooth pebble found on the beach as she was worried about the same thing. Works perfectly :D


Your welcome.


I need this - thanks (y)



SAGE Bambino Plus Coffee Machine
 - £249 and 3 year Lakeland warranty
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Posted 12th Dec 2018Posted 12th Dec 2018
SAGE The Bambino Plus SES500BSS Coffee Machine Reduced to £299.99 from £399.99 Price compare with Curry's to bring down to £249 and get 3 year warranty Info Sage The Bambino Plu… Read more

same price at amazon


The automatic steamer is pretty impressive in action. And not having to wait long for temperature changes or temperature surf is a bonus. You can set your own preinfusion time too. But trying to get 19g of a lightly roasted grind - which I find has less mass than a darker roast, so takes up more room - into a 54mm filter basket of any sort is just too hard and could well choke the machine.


Yes your correct there have been some. The portafiler is 54mm rather than a professional 58mm. but the 54mm matches the sage duo pro and barista express and not many mentions of that as a negative in their reviews I've done a little bit of research on these machines and I see the lack of single wall filters annoying but you can buy them for like £3 each and the 54mm ones should fit as I asked a sage representative in John Lewis. Overall a good machine with lots of features for the price I think. And the 3 year warranty is a nice safety net :)


A healthy drop in price, but there have been some reservations about this machine. The odd size of portafilter for one. Might explain the reduction. If this machine used a 58mm portafilter I'd be all over this as an interim measure for 18 months. A move of house means I had to put off my Rocket Apartmento for a while. PID, preinfusion, flexible milk steamer, for £250. If only it had the proper size portafilter; how you're supposed to get 19g of light roast grind in a 54mm basket...


Well you could get this price at Curry's and that isn't a price match but you'll only get 2 year warranty. Amazon is also £249 btw

Lavazza Magia Plus Coffee Machine Ice White with 3yr warranty £59.99 delivered @ Lakeland
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Posted 12th Dec 2018Posted 12th Dec 2018
Lavazza Magia Plus Coffee Machine Ice White with 3yr warranty £59.99 delivered @ Lakeland
Lavazza Magia Plus coffee machine. Price is the same as John Lewis and Amazon but includes a 3yr guarantee from Lakeland - available in-store and online. Lavazza Magia Plus Coffe… Read more
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Capsules meehhh


Me too or heat up milk in the microwave before adding the coffee :)


That is true but I top it up with milk off frother :)


Only thing I've found is you can't program a normal size cup. Most it'll go up to was around 250ml. Love my machine though


I've got this one and love it. You can also program up amount of coffee for your favourite cups and hardness of water so a cleaning reminder is popping up promptly.

Half price Lavazzia coffee machine £59.99 @ Lakeland
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Posted 2nd Dec 2018Posted 2nd Dec 2018
Half price Lavazzia coffee machine £59.99 @ Lakeland
Espresso and lungo maker, does not include milk frother. Was £64.99 but this looks like the lowest price to date.

Get some snails and shrimp in there. They'll eat the algae (ninja)




Does this take pods or loose coffee


Looks like a copy of the Lidl Bella rom pod machine that they were just selling for £29.99


MMm Macha Latte! No that's just the algae from the bottom of my tank.

Sage Duo Temp Pro, Price match @ Lakeland 3year guarantee! £229
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Posted 27th Nov 2018Posted 27th Nov 2018
Sage Duo Temp Pro, Price match @ Lakeland 3year guarantee! £229
So I started off wanting the SAGE barista express. After reading the internet, that product is awesome, IF people had any complaints it’s about the grinder. Then there were some q… Read more
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Possibly what he said


I understood it was something like about 30g of ground coffee, tamped at around 15kg pressure which should produce 1oz/30ml in about 30 seconds. If the coffee flows too fast, the ground coffee needs to be finer and vice versa. At the end of the day, it's down to trial and error to find what you like.


It's something like 20g of beans you aim for 30g expresso at like 30second. Haven't read too much about it yet. It grinds it into the handle, you tamper it and put it in the expresso machine.


In a seperate grinder how much do you need to grind for a coffee? The quantity of beans etc . And then I guess you add to the main machine as ground coffee for filter


You've made the right decision OP, also look at the eureka mignon grinder, it'll hold its price a lot better than the SGP when the time comes to upgrade... and yes the time will come (embarrassed) (y) 🏼