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Powerfix Profi Air Bag Wedges £6.99 @ LIDL
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Powerfix Profi Air Bag Wedges £6.99 @ LIDL

£6.99£9.2925%LIDL Deals
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Posted 4th Feb 2019

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Ok had a pair of trainers that were a little too tight so had to try and stretch them out
found these air wedges at lidl and they did the job.

  • Holds objects like doors or furniture in place to help you move, install or repair them
  • Load capacity: 135kg
  • Joint width: 2–50mm
  • can also be used to enhance a woman's body?
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Cheaper, and safer, than buttock implants!
Didn't know these existed but perfect for a job I need to do, thanks for posting.
"can also be used to enhance a woman's body?" Wouldn't it make it hard for her to speak?..........Oh, I see what you mean.
Just opened up lidls to a whole new customer base car thieves at the ready!
Edited by: "stephen_gribben" 4th Feb 2019
wow these are great...I don't know why but I want some!
stephen_gribben04/02/2019 11:44

Just opened up lidls to a whole new customer base car thieves at the ready!


Think you'll find car thieves have been doing this with brute force for 30+ years. Very common when I first started driving, people posting on owners forums with their door bent back.

They won't work on most newer vehicles nowadays. Only really worked on thin/weak framed doors...ie.. old cars.
Edited by: "J4GG4" 4th Feb 2019
J4GG404/02/2019 13:03

Think you'll find car thieves have been doing this with brute force for …Think you'll find car thieves have been doing this with brute force for 30+ years. Very common when I first started driving people posting on owners forums with their door bent back.They won't work on most newer vehicles nowadays. Only really worked on thin/weak framed doors...ie.. old cars.


I'm in the crash repair industry and they will work they are the exact same thing locksmiths etc use if you have locked your keys in car
stephen_gribben32 m ago

I'm in the crash repair industry and they will work they are the exact …I'm in the crash repair industry and they will work they are the exact same thing locksmiths etc use if you have locked your keys in car


Depends on the vehicle. Had a recovery truck guy come out as my sister left her keys in the car and it locked about 6 months ago. He used the bags and he couldn't get the door open enough with the bags to get any kind of access with rods. The door frame was far too chunky. Smashed the window in the end.
Thanks OP. Been and got some at lunch time. Just spent last hour seeing what I can lift up in the office.
J4GG404/02/2019 13:03

Think you'll find car thieves have been doing this with brute force for …Think you'll find car thieves have been doing this with brute force for 30+ years. Very common when I first started driving people posting on owners forums with their door bent back.They won't work on most newer vehicles nowadays. Only really worked on thin/weak framed doors...ie.. old cars.


Also most modern cars have deadlocks, so if the car is locked then you won't be able to open the doors from the inside at all (without unlocking it)
Cant think what I'd ever use these for..... bought.... damn you hukd!
dispose33 h, 17 m ago

Cant think what I'd ever use these for..... bought.... damn you hukd!


Same here
The amount of money we save with HotUKDeals we spend it on things that we'll never need.
There ok but they do end up breaking under heavy use but not bad for the price
Cool.
Used these to lift and support one side of my washing machine during the final spin while I tried to identify the cause of a loud noise.
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