Super bargain heated
People must know somewhere selling these even cheaper. Please, do pray tell?
Super bargain heated
People must know somewhere selling these even cheaper. Please, do pray tell?
This is a wicked pump!
I got the shorter one and I really like it - slightly heavier and larger than my old Onguard but probably 100x more secure. Still can't get the lock holder to fit to my awkwardly shaped frame but the fabric cover means it can hang off my handlebar.
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I bought the last one. Thanks everyone for the comments!
I bought the 280mm version a few weeks ago for £20. Impressed with its lightness and gold rating. Seems very good for the price.
That's the cheapest I've seen for a Gold Sold Secure lock by a good distance. Many insurance cos require this level of protection before covering a bike. The one I bought a few weeks ago was twice as much and I thought that was a good price! Great deal for anyone looking for a real bike lock that will actually protect your bike.
Cool thanks - for this price this looks a bargain. Add a cheap helmet, puncture repair kit, cycling shirts and other cheap bits the Planet X have and you’re laughing
I paid £20 for this and i'm happy with the purchase, don't understand why people voting cold. I don't think anybody could find better backpack/rucksack for £16.95.
Why is this cold? :/
These are a lot lighter material than the Berghaus, not really had an issue with a sweaty back with mine but I dont commute far only about 4 miles, I also have a DHB slice backpack from Wiggle that I'd highly recommend, it's only a 30L but has loads of pockets. Maybe worth a look too
does anyone have a free delivery code?
Looks like you have a mushroom on top of your head. Cheap but not as good or ergonomic as Kask even the Rapido model.
some great colour combos there!
I have this and it's a great helmet. Very comfortable and definitely worth it at this price. Around this price bracket you'll only get a cheap supermarket helmet and this one is definitely worth twice this price.
lol. Planet X just make up RRP's...
Cheers.. done 2 tubes in 2 days so bought myself 10!
The cubes drivetrain is £500+ to buy so a real bargain the wheelset fulcrum 77 is pretty heavy 1.74 kg (£175) get a decent set of wheels and it’ll soon lose weight
It doesn't have pedals at this price, it you don't understand that then its obviously not for you. :p
Definitely the Cube for me, I prefer the look of the Cube (personal preference I'm aware) more importantly hydraulic discs over mechanical. Down side is a 105 over Ultegra although Planet X have skimped on chainset etc. In reality not much deference between the them, have 6800 Ultegra on best bike and 5800 105 with discs on my winter ride, not much difference in operation and feel, a few grams in weight and a bit of snob value if you buy into that kind of thing.
I’d go cube personally full 105 kit whereas the planetX has got a FSR crankset, plus the brakes are shimano not avid, do like that grey as well, it’s a kg heavier but 9kg ok for me when I could do with losing a few legs that’d be a few pies cheaper than paying hundreds on a bike
Ah ... it seems that "due to an error in our system "planet-x are now asking for postage in retrospect. (annoyed)
Looks like the same bottlecage toolbag they are doing elsewhere for a £1 too so £3 for the small nutrition bundle.
Best bargain on that site: (cheeky)
Thanks. Ordered a few bits. Annoyingly forgot to add 2 water bottle holders and the order can't be adjusted so I'd have to pay delivery again for £2 of bottle holder :-(
Someone got to all the £1 inner tubes before me but got some good stuff. 4th order I've done with Planet X this year. They have some great deals although some of the stuff I'd ordered previously had gone up a lot. Some items that were a £1 are now £3.99. The phaart pump I ordered last time at £5 is now £7.99 and apart from the £1 offers listed most prices seemed to have gone up a bit. Very fluid pricing. Still very cheap compared to some online bike shops even allowing for the postage. They also do some very nice decent value titanium bikes.
What uses a 24" tyre? BMX bikes? Wouldn't have thought even big folders use one that big.
Hello, professional cyclist here. All helmets are made to the same standard and have to pass the same tests. More expensive helmets are usually lighter so use less materials. Anyway, if you crash your bike, would you rather have something on your head or not? It's as simple as that for me. PS. "I think you will find professional cyclists don't wear £20 helmets"; the helmet in question is that of a professional cycling team in the UK - Holdsworth Pro Cycling.
So, first you say helmets are useless for road cyclists, then you're agreeing that helmets aren't useless for road cyclists? [quote=odom] I don't have time for a physics lesson but if a helmet cracks it has done sod all. It only works if it *compresses* and absorbs some of the energy. Otherwise you might as well have a dinner plate on your head. I think you will find professional cyclists don't wear £20 helmets, and that their helmets are expensive because they are designed for the speeds they do.[/quote]
I don't have time for a physics lesson but if a helmet cracks it has done sod all. It only works if it *compresses* and absorbs some of the energy. Otherwise you might as well have a dinner plate on your head. I think you will find professional cyclists don't wear £20 helmets, and that their helmets are expensive because they are designed for the speeds they do.
Rather a cracked in half helmet than a cracked in half skull... I wonder why professional cyclists wear helmets?
You think a piece of polystryene will protect you from anything likely to indent our skull at 20mph? Luckily plenty of room on your ambulance for a useless cracked in half helmet.
Their Merino Jerseys ....are a brilliant base/mid layer... https://www.planetx.co.uk/i/q/CLOOMCELS/on-one-merino-core-element-long-sleeve-with-zip-200g
Heat added op great price forget the colour and consider what its used for so heat added
good if you are Ukraine supporter.
Looks a decent price to me - heat added (pirate)
I better cycle without the Jersey then buying somwthing from planetx
Bargain! Long sleeve, full-zip version for £10 too. https://www.planetx.co.uk/i/q/CLALTWNVLS/altura-womens-nightvision-long-sleeve-jersey
Thats a bucketload of bike for not much money, i have the same frame in the same colour, i'd describe it as striking! Rides lovely, i put a full 105 groupset on it, but it wasnt that cheap, agree on the tektro brakes, though they can be replaced easily enough.
Their website is farcial on so many levels but they do have a page comparing 105 compared to Ultegra Mix: The Pro Carbon Ultegra Mix features a groupset mostly built Ultegra 6800. We've trimmed back in a couple of locations where the cost saving outweighs the tiny drop in performance as we've worked to deliver the bike under the magic £1k mark. Ultegra 11-speed shifters combine with Ultegra front and rear mechs to deliver pin-point shifting. Shimano's RS500 chainset helps trim the cost without losing much to the more expensive Ultegra and Shimano's BR561 brake calipers complete the groupset. What you get is all the performance of Ultegra shifting backed up with the proven reliability of Shimano's dual pivot brake calipers. Go for the Ultegra mix groupset if you want a taste of the real hi-end where it's needed but know there's always money to be saved somewhere by cutting out the bling.
Yes, just edit the deal and replace the image link
I'm new to hotukdeals. Is it possible for me to change the image?
2 items from 4 y/o ultegra
Ordered. Thanks, was looking for something like this
Tarp should be able to wipe of any blood etc.
I've got these tyres on my tandem (700x35) and have found them to be reliable so far. Given the additional weight of a tandem with two riders thats not bad. I would say these are not as good as Schwalbe Marathon Plus but you wont find them at under a tenner.
Check out my Deal for the Brown Schwalbe very similar possibly better tyre and cheaper. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/schwalbe-little-big-ben-active-rigid-tyre-reflex-700x38-in-a-nice-brown-colour-only-879-1278-delivered-acycles-2881604
Hello I Bought these the last time the Wired version think i paid £4.99 each very fast tyres total slick nice brown colour love em...
These are very fast rolling tyres, but quite thin. I’ve used them on roads/tow paths/TPT and they coped ok.
Yeah, I did state that, although there is a £3.95 delivery charge unless spending £100. I'm considering the brown for an old skool look.
Have a nose at these also they are better than the ultrasport http://www.wiggle.co.uk/continental-grand-prix-road-bike-tyre-black-28mm-700c/
Please feel free to pick and choose what you want but as an experienced rider I would not get those they offer very puncture protection . Get some continental Gatorskins, Grand prix four seasons etc Or please read this https://www.google.co.uk/amp/amp.timeinc.net/cyclingweekly/group-tests/choosing-the-best-road-bike-tyres-20156%3fsource=dam#ampshare=http://www.cyclingweekly.com/group-tests/choosing-the-best-road-bike-tyres-20156 I have four seasons and find them excellent you do get what you pay for
Thanks ever so much for the info I hope a lot of people haven't purchased thinking they are 32 as their website suggests in the description. Very poor from Planet x
They are 40mm as thats what came in when I ordered them a while ago.
Heavier bike makes you stronger!
weighs another kg compared to this frame though - will be strong mind you
No but an extra £25 Will make this one work for you. Think now holdworth have a sponsored race team it may be a good investment for the future? planetx.co.uk/i/q/FRHOLDELAN/holdsworth-elan-road-disc-frameset
A big hammer will make this frame disc friendly....
Ribble currently has some Tiagra Flat Bar shifters and brakes for not too much money. I've specced a full bike out using them and Planet X for components for less than £500. Really decent deal!