Lidl in ear digital thermometer £9.99
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Lidl in ear digital thermometer £9.99

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Found 7th Jun 2012
A Silver Crest digital in ear & Forehead thermometer from Lidl with a 3 year warranty. Seems to work pretty well. I couldn't find it on their website anywhere but there was plenty of stock in Chessington

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I bought this over a year ago and its perfect, i can't recommend it enough. Have bought more for other friends who have kids.

I couldn't find it on their website



Here you go:-

http://lidl.co.uk/cps/rde/xchg/SID-1FE808EB-B9D91135/lidl_uk/hs.xsl/index_31620.htm?offerdate=7510&ar2=3&id=90&country=GB&zipcode=DE21+4SY&city=Derbyshire&district=Derby&street=Mansfield+Road&ar=3&nf=True

Think it was on offer a week or two ago.

Just got 2 from Huddersfield branch (Wakefield RD store) plenty in been after one of these for ages bargin at this price heat added

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Oh apparently Lidl DONT accept credit cards only debit cards, i have never heard of such a thing but i tried paying on my credit card and it declining three times before cashier noticed it was a credit card finaly paid on my debit card

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Your not the first idiot to work this out and you won't be the last...

caveman1983

Oh apparently Lidl DONT accept credit cards only debit cards, i have … Oh apparently Lidl DONT accept credit cards only debit cards, i have never heard of such a thing but i tried paying on my credit card and it declining three times before cashier noticed it was a credit card finaly paid on my debit card

caveman1983

Oh apparently Lidl DONT accept credit cards only debit cards, i have … Oh apparently Lidl DONT accept credit cards only debit cards, i have never heard of such a thing

It's because it is a budget supermarket. All the supermarkets used to be like this. By not accepting credit cards they don't pay the commission and hence can charge less for their products. For the same reason they charge for plastic bags. Thumbs up to them on both counts.

It's because it is a budget supermarket. All the supermarkets used to be … It's because it is a budget supermarket. All the supermarkets used to be like this. By not accepting credit cards they don't pay the commission and hence can charge less for their products. For the same reason they charge for plastic bags. Thumbs up to them on both counts.


So you loose your rewards point and recyclebag points. Lid is not the cheapest. In fact none is. You buy what you get cheap from lidl and then go to tesco for comparable products
....:-)

bratzz

So you loose your rewards point and recyclebag points.


You don't "loose" anything - in fact it's ideal for the tight...

These points are generally worth very little, and are there just to convince the gullible that they are saving money.

Lid is not the cheapest. In fact none is. You buy what you get cheap from … Lid is not the cheapest. In fact none is. You buy what you get cheap from lidl and then go to tesco for comparable products....:-)

Of course - to make proper savings you shop around. But on average, Lidl will be cheaper as you are not subsidising other people's plastic bags, credit cards, trolley theft etc.

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Lidl isnt cheaper that ASDA or Tesco, what on earth are you on about

Mascherano

Lidl isnt cheaper that ASDA or Tesco, what on earth are you on about

Isn't it? In what respect?

got one for my son works a charm for reading bath water, milk, in his ear

please do not put bath water or milk in your childs ear just so you can take the temp you can leave it in the water in the bath and the milk in the class its alot easier for you and the child

12spiderman

please do not put bath water or milk in your childs ear just so you can … please do not put bath water or milk in your childs ear just so you can take the temp you can leave it in the water in the bath and the milk in the class its alot easier for you and the child



LOL

pibpob

It's because it is a budget supermarket. All the supermarkets used to be … It's because it is a budget supermarket. All the supermarkets used to be like this. By not accepting credit cards they don't pay the commission and hence can charge less for their products. For the same reason they charge for plastic bags. Thumbs up to them on both counts.


take them in scotland


theworm

Your not the first idiot to work this out and you won't be the last...


a 'top poster' calling someone an idiot uses your....

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Anybody know if these are in Thamesmead?

caveman1983

Oh apparently Lidl DONT accept credit cards only debit cards, i have … Oh apparently Lidl DONT accept credit cards only debit cards, i have never heard of such a thing but i tried paying on my credit card and it declining three times before cashier noticed it was a credit card finaly paid on my debit card



For years in my experience, the cashiers in Lidl have been saying they'll take credit cards 'soon'. It's pretty amazing though that a major UK supermarket does not take CC's.

MKultra

It's pretty amazing though that a major UK supermarket does not take CC's.

It's not amazing - it's called choice. Credit cards cost more money to process than debit cards. (How else can a credit card pay cashback to people who always settle their account in full?) Where do you think this money comes from? It doesn't magically appear; it's paid by the supermarket. And therefore you pay it, whether you use a card or not. I would rather have the choice of paying more if I want to use a credit card, and less if I don't. The same happens for "free" plastic bags. I would rather have the choice of paying for them if I need them rather than subsidising everyone else's - not to mention the waste generated by the inconsiderate who take new ones each time.

If you are savvy enough with your finances not to have to borrow to pay for your shopping, a debit card is just as convenient to use as a credit card.

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Pibpob sounds like one of those people with an organic cotton bag!

Mascherano

Pibpob sounds like one of those people with an organic cotton bag!


Funny, people keep giving me those! Any old "bag for life" will do though. It's depressing that we're all so "busy" that we can't take shopping bags with us to the supermarket any more.

not sure why they have different policies throughout the UK though - accept credit cards in scotland but not england.
different fees in the countries? doesn't seem likely as wales have 'selected stores' accepting them so..why!

Yes, that is interesting. Perhaps they've managed to negotiate lower fees for different stores (larger turnover)? Or perhaps they've calculated that for some stores they attract sufficiently more custom by offering credit cards that their profit is greater even taking the extra costs into account?

pibpob

Yes, that is interesting. Perhaps they've managed to negotiate lower … Yes, that is interesting. Perhaps they've managed to negotiate lower fees for different stores (larger turnover)? Or perhaps they've calculated that for some stores they attract sufficiently more custom by offering credit cards that their profit is greater even taking the extra costs into account?


its every store in scotland though, some are tiny.
cant be turnover based or even 'some stores extra custom' as reasons
weird

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Mascherano

Pibpob sounds like one of those people with an organic cotton bag!



Don't have to use a cotton bag. Did you know plastic bags can be used more than once. You don't have to throw them away

Thought this was to do with the silvercrest thermometer???
Ermm.. can you get plug for the end for different children/adults??

Hello,
Can you plz help me about how work it in a right way. It did not give an accurate degree when I measure my son's temepture. He has a fever but give me 33C despite in surgery his temepture was 40c. I may be used it incorrectly. Can you please help me to know how to measure it through ear.
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