PlanetX big clearance sale on bike parts
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PlanetX big clearance sale on bike parts

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Edited by:"sundarrajan"Found 25th Oct
There are loads of bicycle parts in reduction prices.

Sample Products:

Contec Trekking Mudguards - £2
planetx.co.uk/i/q…rds

Schwalbe Century Wired Tyre - £5
planetx.co.uk/i/q…yre

Water Bottle - £1
planetx.co.uk/i/q…low


Choose delivery method or select free collection from store
£3.95 - YODEL
£7.50 - DHL UK
Click and Collect - Collect from Sheffield Store

7 Comments

As with so many online retailers, they have to find a way of eliminating the delivery charges if they really want to succeed.

they always have a big clearance on, they are the DFS of the cycling world!

xigent45 m ago

As with so many online retailers, they have to find a way of eliminating …As with so many online retailers, they have to find a way of eliminating the delivery charges if they really want to succeed.


They sell stuff for pennies. If you want free postage buy nearer rrp stuff from wiggle etc. If I use them I just wait until I'm doing a refurb and buy a decent amount of stuff.
Edited by: "johnnystorm" 25th Oct

xigent3 h, 54 m ago

As with so many online retailers, they have to find a way of eliminating …As with so many online retailers, they have to find a way of eliminating the delivery charges if they really want to succeed.



I feel exactly the same way, but it's so difficult for the companies that aren't top of the food chain to manage it without it cutting too deeply.

The place i work only sends out 15-20 parcels a day, and the best rate we can for 3-5 day delivery is about £5 through the cheapest, crappiest courier of the lot (DPD).
Places like Wiggle probably send out 100+ parcels a day, and i bet they probably pay one or two quid per parcel.

Anyway, fantastic deal! I'll begrudgingly accept delivery fees...

EllEzDee31 m ago

I feel exactly the same way, but it's so difficult for the companies that …I feel exactly the same way, but it's so difficult for the companies that aren't top of the food chain to manage it without it cutting too deeply.The place i work only sends out 15-20 parcels a day, and the best rate we can for 3-5 day delivery is about £5 through the cheapest, crappiest courier of the lot (DPD).Places like Wiggle probably send out 100+ parcels a day, and i bet they probably pay one or two quid per parcel.Anyway, fantastic deal! I'll begrudgingly accept delivery fees...


100+, I bet nearer a thousand parcels

whatyadoinsucka10 h, 2 m ago

100+, I bet nearer a thousand parcels


Even that's on the small side I reckon. They've merged with CRC and just bought Bike24 in Germany. With 900 employees and no shop they must be punting out thousands of parcels.

Doesn't seem to be an order history on the site. Which is very basic nowadays. They've got my money but I'm none the wiser if it will be sent. Some great prices there even allowing for postage. Bought a few things which I will be very happy to receive for the money I've paid. I may not need them straight away but they will sit in the toolbox until required.
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