How many lumens?
Woah 2A out, I'm impressed
any chance of posting a larger picture?
How many lumens?
Woah 2A out, I'm impressed
any chance of posting a larger picture?
Mateys are in stock and available in Farm Foods in the uk every week. Mike and Ikes in B&M, smackers sundae sauces are delicious, so I might be tempted by the PBJ too!
They are in Walmart stores all over the States so I’m sure someone is buying over there!
Nobody said all US food is ‘poisoned’ only that they allow for it to have unacceptable ‘additives’ in it. Thus you could potentially be eating bits of rodent, insect etc.
1p more at ASDA, long term offer with lots more beers included...equiv £1.50 4 bottles for £6 660ml varieties included in offer SAN MIGUEL ESTRELLA DAMM WARSTEINER
Yeah they've been that price for a while now
£1.49 here or £4.75 in my local.........
yep i think so, i think i remember seeing them at £1.39 the last time i checked but i havent been for a while.
Its a big pint.0.568l is a pint. ;) or 0.568261485l for the geeks
never - supermarkets lose money on online deliveries so no chance of the budget stores getting involved.
Cheers.thought they were going to be cookies
Thanks Corrected error these are Milkshakes in 5 flavours Chocolate, Cranberry Cherry, Apple Pie, Blueberry Muffin.
I always buy the 7 pk funsize bananas, buy any 3 funsize fruit packs you get the 20% off, is it still taking extra off for that deal too?
What are the Mcennedy 49p things?says chocolate,Apple pie etc but no description as to what they are
Dog or human consumption?
love these like a mild pepperoni hot from me OP its coming up as 89p even better
As far as I remember, they're made in Poland by Tarczynski, if so, it's quite a premium product. They're tasty, but I'd rather recommend the thinner ones. Nothing German left in it, anyways :)
Also do pizza, tomato & basil, cheese & onion and chilli flavours quite often.
Heat added, love the Pork variety, wasn't keen on the Chicken & Turkey, but that's just my taste. At that price though, for anyone who hasn't tried them, it's worth having a dabble.
Is this bio?
Powder is best. (y)
Thanks op will pick up a couple to try, the formil liquid was a bit disappointing. Found it didn’t leave much of a fragrance and cleaned “ok” I don’t use premium brands, usually Wilko own brand and that is good. Worth a try at this price (y)
same here. We use Formil liquid and havent noticed the difference between more expensive brands.
apparently this is rated top buy by which 2018 it said it beat leading brands was better .Proof of pudding is in eating or trying it .I have used it once and did not notice any difference from top brands .Truth is it could be the best !
If both heaters of same kW rating have a thermostat and were set to same temp there should be no noticeable difference in efficiency. Consider the oil-filled option will take a little longer to heat the space to the stat temp, and gradually release its accumulated heat energy for some time after it is turned off.
Make sure your timer plug is rated to take the power of the radiator. I had this problem with a more powerful 3kw heater.
You shouldn’t let small children anywhere near one of these (annoyed)
Voted hot. These are not very fast . But these are safest . No danger of catching fire like with other electrical heaters . Also very good around small children.
Also bought one last time, very happy with it, added timer plug to switch on at appropriate times.
Just tried ones from Co-op, and to be honest they did not have any flavour at all Although that might be down to me microwaving them to heat them up
I'm not sure. Some could find them. Some couldn't.
is this nation wide? can't find them in London
Heat for being in Leicester (y)
Managed to get one tart at Lidl, Arnison Centre today. I wanted 4! Think the store only bake one batch per day so I may have to get there earlier in the day (I was there about 1pm).
Anyone seen these in Cardiff please
Even worse, I had some bottled water and you ever seen the comments on here about buying that. Never mind having a couple of bottles of coke, the sugar police would have been out.
Gosh! What a shedload of booze you've purchased. Anyone would think you have a bit of an, err, problem ;)
Why would we want a dispencer?
Buy thisand you will have the dispencer too :P
Well I like their curry sauces so I'll give their super glue a go too (y)
Home bargains sell 3g of loctite gel superglue for 99p
Or if they had called it 5G it would be ahead of its time (lol) (lol) (lol)
I'm so tired I misread that as REPLICA vodka! I need to go to bed.... lol
Great price but tbh hazelnut is the worst of them all.
It's about 23-24zł in shops in Poland. Hardly 3-4 quid. Maybe 15 years ago when one pound was at 7zł not 4.5-4.9 these times.
It costs like £3-4 in Poland (embarrassed)
Really nice if it's the hazelnut, the only bottle of spirit I have been able to drink straight haha
Here's the deal link: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/primark-aa-or-aaa-alkaline-batteries-10-pack-3072263
I didn't realise Primark sold their own. I'll have to look out for them next I'm buying undercrackers :-)
If my memory serves me well, Savers (Boscombe store) have the 12 pack of these Panasonic alkalines for £1.99. Or go for 10 Primark branded alkalines for £1.40.
Yup, completely my bad! He was fast with that edit though (embarrassed)
That was her username, before she changed it (y)
They did the same when they opened the new Lidl in Hull, can't resist a freebie ;) although I found the toilet paper too posh ;)
I live walking distance from this store
Cracking offer, I got all 6 when our local opened. But I have to say, the coffee isn’t the greatest. Heat from me.
Hi Kirsty, they were giving a leaflet with the product at till... just looked at it it's like a paper card with barcode on.
From memory when my local had a big refurb opening you didn't need a voucher; they made it quite clear with leaflets in store and the staff were making sure that customers got their freebies if they didn't have them in their basket already.
Good deal but this isn't a sonic, just a mechanical. Sonic is the next step up, then it's ultra Sonic. Sonic toothbrushes are much better and I've seen some stores selling them for £20, which compared to competitors, is a stinking bargain. Plus the heads are cheap too. This is still a deal but look for Sonics if you want to treat your teeth. Ultra Sonics require special Toothpaste and much more expensive.
I was lucky too & couldn’t find the receipt ;( .. adding heat for find but wouldn’t buy again
Bordesley green road
which lidl in Birmingham ?
I purchased one, I thought it worked really well but after a month it refused to charge and all 4 lights flashed.The store assistant didnt seem surprised when I returned it for a refund suggesting it was a common fault. Keep your receipt in case you're unlucky like I was.
Not sure this is a 'good deal' considering it is always this price.
Anyone picked of of these up ? Can you change out bits easily with the ones in the 'drum' - can those just pull out ? Ta
I also use a drill for screws if it's a big task eg. decking etc, this mini driver sits in a drawer in my house it's great for odd jobs. There is a market for these things, people like them and I use mine quite frequently and it does the job great. Don't buy it if you don't think it's acceptable but for those of us that use these 15 quid is a good price (y)
You and I have a very different definition of acceptable, you can buy a cheap cordless 12v drill for about £25 and that is the absolute minimum that i would consider using.
is the duration of the illumination settable?
Previous reply says 4 AA and another reply says 4 months but the replies do say it's for a different make.
Any idea about battery life & type ?
4 AA Batteries in the ones I have. Different make but very similar. Use Duracell and they will last for ages. Mount them as in picture and you get a downward facing light and other way up for a brighter more room filling light.
how many batteries does it need?
Indeed, the amount of people that do this. (ex Home Security Specialist)
Might be a few https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&f=159&t=1472565 (y)
Buy one of these then hide your keys under the stone frog. Thieves will break into the empty key lock and leave disappointed.
Or if you want a random tramp using your bed, drinking your beer and wearing your long John's whilst you are on holiday.
As someone mentioned above, buy a dead cheap one and attach it to the front of your house, and use it as a decoy. Try and find somewhere unobtrusive for the one that holds the key to your door
Too many snobs! But then I also like Pinot Grigio - a drink for the masses but scores nil point with wine experts!
Ghastly! Awful! Drink water. Really? Maybe my taste buds have gone but I actually enjoyed them. I know, I find it hard to fathom myself. Clean, fresh and a little bite. Did the job. But then other times give me something with flavour: a strong malty ale. I'm not a illlib-undem. Vote as you please and I'll respect it.
Ale drinker these days. But grew up drinking lager. Old habits die hard.
Drink water. Tastes better, is cheaper and does you more good. Remember this company is all about profit - not beer. Smaller bottles = less cost, less tax, less packaging, less transport and therefore more profit. Good marketing can fool mostof the people all of the time
I drank a load last night. (cheeky) Feeling the effect today but had a good time. Sunday, so chilling out. A fair few cheap half-decent beers. Can't go wrong. Unless you're north of the border. Feel for you guys. Starchy knickers.
Doesn't interest me and not sure exactly if this is a good deal but can confirm in stock in Cardiff.
Thanks, not near me but will check if any around me still have
This will be a perfect present for my mother. Will ring a few Lidl’s. Hopefully can bag one.
Haha. Nah its tea and cake for me mostly....
No alcohol? You sure your Scottish?
Economies of scale
Packaging 30p? Not on their quantities. Less than 10p
My store got sent a bulk of these few months ago, most stores would have shifted these already.