Mega Deal! Diall loft stilt. Was 'Free', now £1.78! @ B&Q!
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Mega Deal! Diall loft stilt. Was 'Free', now £1.78! @ B&Q!

£1.78B&Q Deals
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Found 27th Mar 2014
Ever thought that your loft is too high for you?! Tired of hunching over when you could be on your knees (giggity)?! Well, why not reduce your loft height by half a foot with these magical stilts?! Better still, according to the geniuses at B&Q, these are 'down' from £0.00 to £1.78, saving you a total of -£1.78 with each purchase! Bargain!

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I'd wait a bit until they go back to the full price

class!

the templates used for POS is the standard 0.00, the person who created the sign must of forgotten to put in the existing price in. Simple mistake to make

12 for £19.96 too.

Seems to be a standard price though, not sure about the POS

And wickes have similar for much cheaper wickes.co.uk/inv…412 (12 for £12.99)

Edited by: "tapi" 27th Mar 2014

Heat for the chuckles :-)

bargain

Lawrence07x

the templates used for POS is the standard 0.00, the person who created … the templates used for POS is the standard 0.00, the person who created the sign must of forgotten to put in the existing price in. Simple mistake to make


Now, explain the printing of it AND how moronic you would have to be to display it?
B&Q ran or run an add campaign saying no fiddly prices or something else but say when prices stay down they are down. So how come they still have sales and then inflate prices before they then do 3 for 2 offers?

I don't understand what these are

They raise your loft floor height so you can get deeper insulation under it

They raise your loft floor height so you can get deeper insulation under it

flipme

I don't understand what these are



If you want to board out your loft so you can store stuff or walk around up there then you have to support the boards at the height of the top insulation layer. With the latest insulation heights of 270mm, which is 100mm between joists and 170mm at right angles above joists, it means you need a 170mm support between the top of the joist and the boards. That's what these are for.
Edited by: "qyestionmark" 27th Mar 2014

Aw thank you qyestionmark. You lost me at "if" but it was good of you to help!x

Lawrence07x

the templates used for POS is the standard 0.00, the person who created … the templates used for POS is the standard 0.00, the person who created the sign must of forgotten to put in the existing price in. Simple mistake to make



"....must HAVE forgotten..." !

Besford

"....must HAVE forgotten..." !



I feel your pain. You'll just get shouted at though.

Heat purely for the sales pitch.

Toolstation are selling packs of 12 of these for £12.94 with free delivery*, so unless you only need a few it is cheaper over there...
Legs for loft flooring

Although the deal is cold for me, OP gets bonus rep for the sales pitch X)

*(free delivery is merely their 'express' service, though - you need to pay £5 for 'turbo' delivery... rofl!)

flipme

I don't understand what these are



http://tpprod.blob.core.windows.net/sys-master-tpprodcontainer/heb/h06/8830603657246/N2592_100412_06_PP_515Wx515H

bargainhunter666

Now, explain the printing of it AND how moronic you would have to be to … Now, explain the printing of it AND how moronic you would have to be to display it?B&Q ran or run an add campaign saying no fiddly prices or something else but say when prices stay down they are down. So how come they still have sales and then inflate prices before they then do 3 for 2 offers?



Which retailer doesn't raise prices before a promotion ?

Standard practice.

Very strange description by the OP IMO, highlighting a lower ceiling height as opposed to the main benefit of enabling more insulation to be laid.
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