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Scott Solace 30 2017 Road Bike £829.99 + Free DX 24h Delivery @ Rutland Cycling
31/07/2019Expires on 31/07/2019Posted 19th JunPosted 19th Jun
Lovely looking cycle for £849 all in, it is the 2017 model but the spec is still really good for this money. If I had the cash spare I'd be all over it. There's a few sizes in stoc… Read more

You've definitely gone from one extreme to the other there - from a steel-forked, low-end Halfords bike, to a high-end bike. There's a whole load of stuff in between which offers a great balance of performance vs cost and whether you are a sport rider, or a commute rider you need to pick the one that suits you. I can only speak for myself when I say that I'd rather risk a decent bike being stolen from outside the cafe than do a 100 mile ride on a low-end bike! Yes, there is a law of diminishing returns and the difference between a £5,000 bike and a £10,000 bike may well be hard for a casual rider to spot (and even harder to justify!), but pretty much any cyclist will be able to appreciate the difference between a £300 Halfords bike and the Scott in this deal and I would say that few would choose to go back after having ridden the better bike. Anyway, each to their own and all that.


I didn't say not to have a more expensive bike I said for everyday use where it could get abused and stolen it could be overkill and less than ideal. There are a lot of entry level Claris road bikes that have aluminium frames and steel forks like the Carrera Virtuoso. They are about £300 thereabouts. In your situation you have more control either end of your journey but that may not be the same for everyone. Some people may need to store their bike outside in a less secure area both at home and at work and may stop off at other locations where the bike isn't securely stored, shops etc. It's really down to your area I guess and how chilled you are about your bike being stolen or damaged. Some people think positively until sh*t happens others think about sh*t happening before the event especially in a high crime area. I've seen forum postings where people have bought high end bikes for normal use and then seem to be constantly worried about them. I was looking at 2 Brompton bicycles outside a pub and I could see someone looking out the window clearly in panic mode thinking I was going to steal or maybe scratch up the bikes who was clearly one of the owners of those bikes. I just feel that for most people the tiny performance gains of a high end bike can be offset by many negatives to owning such a bike be it more easily damaged, more likely stolen and higher maintenance costs requiring higher cost replacement parts.


OK, your point about nailing a posh bike to some railings is fair, but implying that you shouldn't even own a half-decent bike is a bit over the top, tbh. After all, my takeaway from that video was "bike securely locked to bike rack successfully foils potential thief. Viewers mostly disappointed that noone chose to run him over too." If you have nice kit, you need to look after it, but I'm afraid that saying there are bad people out there, so I won't own a bike worth more than £300 is both unrealistic and, honestly, a bit defeatist. There are plenty of people who commute between home and office and have secure storage at both ends (mine literally sits by my desk!) and similarly, plenty that choose to use carbon bikes for such activities too. It's also worth noting that you'd really struggle to find any bikes in the mid-range (way cheaper than list price on this one) that don't have at least a carbon fork, because of the material's natural dampening effect on road noise and general reduction in the cost of such components on a frameset. Many cheaper bikes might pair one with an alloy steerer, but above £1000 I'd expect full carbon forks on most road bikes. Sure, there are still bikes available with full steel, aluminium or titanium builds, but they are becoming more niche and you'll pay heavily for the privilege of owning one. For me, at least, I now only own carbon bikes, having gradually whittled away the alloy ones over the years and value the ride dynamic and light weight of them. I'm yet to have one break on least not without incurring a fair amount of blame myself :-)


All good points but aluminium frames always get weaker with time and often ride more harshly. Where as carbon frames often have far better ride quality but are more vulnerable to damage. The other point is the most dangerous carbon fibre component is the forks which are often fitted to aluminium framed bikes too. That is the component most likely to fail without warning and the most dangerous. Failures of carbon fibre frames are less likely to be as dangerous. That info is from Luescher Technik on youtube who is a big carbon fibre fan and expert repairer of carbon fibre frames. From a safety viewpoint it is better to have a carbon fibre frame with steel forks than an aluminium frame and carbon fibre forks, not that anyone configures a bike that way with a carbon fibre frame. Personally I wouldn't get a carbon fibre bike as an everyday commuting, shopping type bike I'd stick to an aluminium or steel frame with steel forks and would only consider carbon fibre as a weekend leisure riding or competitive racing type bike. I saw a carbon fibre bike locked with other bikes in a rack and the 2 older road bikes had fallen over onto the carbon fibre bike and could have caused damage, I didn't stop to look in detail. Not really robust bikes that can take much abuse with everyday riding and I prefer bikes that take more abuse and are less appealing to thieves. I always find it re-assuring in the past if I lock my bike up in a rack that has a higher end bike also locked up as that bike is far more likely to get stolen. Here is a thief who has decided he would rather have this nice carbon fibre bike rather than the lower end bike he currently has. I guess my point is not having to worry about theft so much is for me an appealing part of having a lower end bike.


I think it is because you're not looking at a cheap 800 quid carbon bike, it's a 1600 quid carbon bike.

Scott Aspect 950 2018 Aluminium Hardtail Mountain Bike £332.99 delivered @ Rutland Cycles
31/07/2019Expires on 31/07/2019Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
Scott Aspect 950 2018 Aluminium Hardtail Mountain now down to £332.99 with Free Delivery - customer reviews are excellent. The SCOTT Aspect 950's frame is constructed from ultra-l… Read more
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Also poorly applied and a thin coating of paint on the seat post could be a factor or in fact the main reason.


If you aren't happy with the internal surface finish of the seat tube and getting paint scratched off the seat post here is a good video about how to clean inside and the tools you need. Any indication of where these are made on the box or on the frame itself. Sometimes the bike is assembled in a different country to where the frame was manufactured so you can't always be sure but if it says made in Cambodia, Bangladesh or mainland China on the box it was definitely assembled there as well as having the frame manufactured there.


this or Voodoo Bizango if prices were the same


Ok the gearset is not the best in the world but it’s very very good value for a 29er


This is how the Cube ones I wrote about looked like.

Trek Conduit Plus 2018 Electric Hybrid Bike Black £1299.99 Delivered @ Rutland Cycling
Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
Another decent price drop at Rutland Cycling - Trek Conduit Plus 2018 Electric Hybrid Bike in Black was £2500+ now down to £1299.99 with Free Delivery - still £1804.95 - £1900 at o… Read more
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I had a much better experience, ordered Monday 17th June, delivered Wednesday 19th June, well done Rutland.


BIKE NEVER SENT Very disappointed with service. Despite two separate delivery dates, the bike was never dispatched, and Rutland did not even bother contacting me once to explain why. Eventually cancelled order and I am are now waiting for my refund. Very unimpressed that the money was taken from my account before anything was dispatched.


Yes, battery is removable. Most ebike batteries are removable.


Thanks very much for the info. Is the battery detachable? Will I be able to charge it at my desk or the cycle has to be plugged in?


Range of ebike batteries can vary a lot depending on how the bike is used..... What assistance setting you use, weight of rider, whether you encounter many hills, gradient of hills, headwinds, stop starts, and how much pedal effort you put in yourself. I'd say it will definitely get you one way, even on highest setting. May get you back easily as well. You can always take your charger to work with you and plug it in there

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Orange R9 Pro 2019 Carbon Road Bike Black £1749.99 Delivered @ Rutland Cycling
Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
My husband who is a keen cyclist really rates the Orange brand of bikes - he's owned some of their mountain bikes in the past & is really interested in this Orange R9 Pro 2019 … Read more
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In fairness though Merida are viewed as the second best large scale frame manufacturer in Taiwan after Giant and a fierce competitor of Giant. You have bikes from 2 of the best bike manufacturers in the world with regard manufacturing quality. Merida also own about half of Specialized so most of their mid-range and higher bikes are Merida sourced. Both are OEM frame producers but their prices are too high nowadays so have lost a lot of business to other cheaper brands who often manufacture outside Taiwan and mainland China (Cambodia, Vietnam, Bangladesh etc).


Great spec and a pretty good price too, Canyon equivalent (always a good benchmark) is £2,350. A proper enthusiast's machine.


Thank you (y)


Bikes have horrendous depreciation so if you know what you're looking for then a nearly near bike from ebay's the best bet.


Yes , I agree. I have the Giant Defy Aluux SL frame but my other bike is an aluminium framed Merida Scultura 903 which in my experience is more refined than the Giant in that it's a much smoother ride despite being a bit heavier.

Giant Rapid 2 2018 Flat Bar Road Bike £494.99 Rutland Cycling
Posted 26th AprPosted 26th Apr
Looks a decent bike for the money if you want something to tootle around on this summer, a road-orientated hybrid bike by Giant. Code SAVE10 to bring the price to £494.99. Frame… Read more

Thank you.


It's M/L and I'm 180cm with inside leg of 81cm


Out of interest, what size bike is yours and what is your height / inside leg?


These are the ones


They come as a pair

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Specialized Tarmac SL4 Sport 2018 Carbon Red56cm 105 Road Bike £1,098.99 Rutland Cycling
Posted 4th AprPosted 4th Apr
Only 56cm left (large) Seems a good deal for a well respected bike with decent Shimano 105 groupset. The Tarmac Sport gives you a bike with the complete performance that the Tarma… Read more

That's a decent performance...I'm still on my winter bike with a Fulcrum Racing 5 wheelset ...but with the 3T carbon wheels on my summer bike my average speed on the same routes improves by at least 1-2 mph....of course some of that is down to improved weather conditions but the wheels do play a part....particularly on climbs...I may add the framesets are about the same weight.


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Thanks for the comments re why to upgrade wheels; I have to admit I remain a little skeptical. I use the stock wheels on my domane 4 and they seem fine. It could be I am just not a fast enough cyclist to benefit; I average 16-17mph over 20 miles with a hill or two when it gets to mid summer


Ahhh looks like they've increased the price.


The current price is 1199 but how do you get 10% on this? thanks

Santini Pioggia Bibtights GIT Black - £31.25 @ Rutland Cycling
Posted 16th MarPosted 16th Mar
Thought this was an excellent deal Down from £124.99 Great for the last few days of winter and for next
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(lol) nice one! (highfive)

Cycling_chum Am alternative at £35 - sign up to newsletter for £5 off making term £30. Sadly small size is £39.99.


Thanks, only S or XS left


I’m 175 cm and 66 kg, and medium fits well.


What's the sizing like?

Electric bike sale at Rutland.  Over 30% off plus extra £20 off with code. eg Giant for £879.99!
Posted 9th MarPosted 9th Mar
Electric bike sale at Rutland. Over 30% off plus extra £20 off with code. eg Giant for £879.99!
Large range of electric bikes at Rutland with big sale discounts PLUS an extra £20 off any purchase over £149 with code SAVE20. Ends Tuesday 12 March. eg This Giant step-thru was… Read more

Also didn't think you mentioned or linked a mid drive motor either On used perhaps he is getting confused by his own used avocet electric bike from Bolton - nice consistency again. On that one he was advocating that the battery was easily available from ali express albeit whilst not fact finding if it was a standard or bespoke component as well as saying, as he had replaced a couple of cells in a power tool previously, this made it perfectly safe and easy to do the same with these bigger packs - completely oblivious to shorting or bypassing the BMC can have explosive consequences.


Who said anything about used? First line of link is: "There's no better time to pick up a new electric bike than in our Electric Bike Sale!" Yes, a used one would need to be much cheaper to justify the risks.


I have a 25 mile trip to work. Like biking it but knackered when I get there and even more knackered when I travel 25 miles to get home. An e bike means I can get to work without using the car and be ok for work without being tired. Just the 16mph limit which annoys me, needs to be 20mph at least


Not heard anything about allowing more power and higher motor speed cut off for Ebikes. Where did you get this info from ?


Hi DigitalReaper, have you got a link to this news, not heard of this new law coming in, thanks

Scott Scale 720 2017 Mountain Bike Black £1349.99 @ Rutland Cycling
Posted 19th FebPosted 19th Feb
Scott Scale 720 2017 Mountain Bike Black £1349.99 @ Rutland Cycling
I've been watching this bike for a while and this is the best price so far, next best is start fitness with £1599 the original price is £2698.99 Armed To Demolish The Trail, The Sc… Read more
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Check pinkbike buy and sell, u can pick up a decent hard tail/fs cheap as chips


can someone advise me please gonna ditch the car and want a good bike for inner city and also outdoors forests ect i am a complete noob any adivce would be great


I'd have the Scott over the bossnut anyday. The bossbut has cheap and nasty wheels, dropper, cranks, brakes.. Even if the sus is decent. You're getting dt swiss hubs with the Scott and higher end Shimano kit everywhere else


My point was you're comparing apples and oranges. It's all down to personal preference and what you ride, if you wanted a 10kg full suspension then you will have to part with 5k. I have both hard tail and full suss, (and gravel but that's another conversion) and still prefer the hard tail. Sounds like a hard tail isn't for you, and that's fine, as we all have different requirements.


Mountain bikes are always going to be about choice, there's no one size fits all and while full suspension bikes certainly have advantages, hardtails do as well. I have a rigid, hardtail and full suspension bike but I don't ride the FS bike these days as I much prefer the feel of the hardtail (the extremely fun 29+ Trek Stache) and the slack front, short chainstays and massive amount of grip means I actually ride it harder and on more challenging terrain than the FS bike. Great deal on a very fast light hardtail, not my thing but will be for others.

Ex-Hire Whyte 603 2018 Mountain Bike £374.99 @ Rutland Cycling
Posted 13th JanPosted 13th Jan
Ex-Hire Whyte 603 2018 Mountain Bike £374.99 @ Rutland Cycling
Product description from the seller website: This bike has been maintained to a high standard by our skilled mechanics, and used as a Hire Bike. During it's time on our hire fleet… Read more

It's not just the cost of producing the quote, it's that most of the cycle to work schemes only pay out (say) 90% of the voucher's value. For the lower-margin shops/sites that is possibly most of their margin. Perhaps in some cases they make more margin, but it's probably more trouble than it's worth overall.


You'd be surprised how many people are into that kind of stuff... I'm not talking bikes now


XCM forks on a bike meant to sell for £600 originally doesn't seem competitive at all and I certainly wouldn't pay £375 for a ex-hire model. An innovative brand but your money goes further elsewhere. I'd expect an entry level Rockshox or similar not forks you see on bikes that go sub £200 sometimes and easily available on sub £300 bikes. Whyte is a premium brand and its unlikely their entry level stuff is worth buying in my opinion. Their idea of a £600 bike is low end components but my idea of a £600 bike is mid-range components. You might make the point that it includes basic forks just to get you going until you can afford the upgrade but for £600 you should be able to get a bike with decent forks from the outset.


When I posted this one was £399.99 Where do you get the £225 from? RRP? Come on its last year's bike. The glory days of 2018.


Good spot, but that's out of stock for all sizes but small.

Caratti Elite Windproof Thermal Bib Tights  £26.99 @ Rutland Cycling [See OP]
Posted 31st Dec 2018Posted 31st Dec 2018
Thought this was pretty good at £26.99 delivered - There's a few Caratti branded items on sale at the mo - Here It's free delivery over £10, so if you're grabbing a couple of… Read more

Lots of sizes back in stock!


Did anyone get these? What are they like if so?


Got mine and used today. Decent for price. Padding is OK for up to 40 mile rides I reckon.


Thanks, ordered.


Real MTBers wear shorts all year round and never, ever, ride a road bike. MTFU to the power gnar +2

Bontrager SE4 Team Issue TLR MTB Tyre 27.5" @ £14.99 Rutland Cycling
Posted 23rd Dec 2018Posted 23rd Dec 2018
Bontrager SE4 Team Issue TLR MTB Tyre 27.5" @ £14.99 Rutland Cycling
Bonty's reasonably well reviewed SE4 at 67% off RRP. Same tread pattern as the XR4 but in a burlier compound, and 27.5" x 2.2" sizing; not the chunkiest by recent trends, but still… Read more
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ouit of stock

Bike rack bag £15.99 delivered @ Rutland Cycling
Refreshed 18th JanRefreshed 18th Jan
Bike rack bag £15.99 delivered @ Rutland Cycling
Edit 18th Jan: Bike rack bag further reduced now to £15.99 including free Royal Mail delivery Looks like a a bargain to me. I need one after strapping a rucksack full of tools clo… Read more
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So I also got this email but this morning the original axiom one I ordered arrived, so my advice would be to wait until at least Saturday to confirm you want the alternative, else you might end up with 2!


This is the one I've been offered No reviews on it but might go for it, similar capacity to this and the shoulder strap looks kinda useful


Is it as good as the Axiom one?


Check your emails, I got one saying they can't fulfill my order as it's out of stock and they offered a similar one as an alternative but you have to reply by email to confirm


Nearly all the Axiom stuff is now OOS...knew I should have bit earlier...

Now Extra 10% OFF - Marin Bobcat Trail 3 Mountain Bike 2018 £292.49 / Marin Gestalt 1 2018 Cyclocross £562.49 @ Rutland - More in OP
Posted 21st Nov 2018Posted 21st Nov 2018
Now Extra 10% OFF - Marin Bobcat Trail 3 Mountain Bike 2018 £292.49 / Marin Gestalt 1 2018 Cyclocross £562.49 @ Rutland - More in OP
Update - How an Extra 10% off with code BLACK10 Updated prices below Nice looking 2018 model, I almost posted yesterday although there was only one size at this price, but it s… Read more

Lol. I like V-brakes


I think Altus is pretty good myself but to be honest only the rear derailleur is Altus on the bobcat, the front derailleur and crankset is tourney, the cassette is sunrace (sub Shimano in quality I think) and the hubs are Joytech but don't state which and likely entry level quality for them. If the whole drivetrain was Altus this would likely be a much better bike than it is. Putting a rear derailleur from a higher groupset is pretty normal on entry level bikes. There is a sort of trickle down effect with Shimano drivetrains with better quality designs gradually going down the groupsets except for the very cheapest where manufacturing cost takes precedent. Shimano have introduced a freehub based Tourney drivetrain with a fairly decent rear derailleur TX-800. You see the disc freehub of this groupset used with some bikes with I think even Deore rear derailleurs sometimes. Just making the point that brands mix and match the drivetrains with the cheaper components used on components people don't really bother to check when buying a bike. So the Bobcat is a mixture of sub-Shimano components, Tourney and one Altus component.


Very basic specs. Worth paying a little more for a lot more wear and tear. I tried Acera spec level once and wore out within a year on a 3-mile road commute. Won't go below Deore or SLX spec now as the costs in terms of repairs/lost time/hassle aren't worth it. Acera spec is the one above Altus, for reference.


Bobcat only has a basic Suntour XCT fork which is the absolute minimum spec for going seriously off road and would need to be careful with them. 28mm stanchions I think where as 32mm is normally the recommended minimum for strength. Looks a nice bike overall though just bear in mind the basic weak front shocks. XCM's are better and the Hellcat at Halfords have them at a £255 price but that only has mechanical disc brakes. The Hellcat is probably the stronger bike therefore but inferior stopping power and modulation.


Plus you can get another "Fiver off" if you subscribe to its email!! = £319.99

Axiom Dominateair GT120 Mini Pump £9.99 (free C&C) £11.98 delivered @ Rutland Cycling
Posted 19th Nov 2018Posted 19th Nov 2018
Axiom Dominateair GT120 Mini Pump £9.99 (free C&C) £11.98 delivered @ Rutland Cycling
Decent looking pump, dropped to £9.99 if you'd prefer to click and collect. Still the cheapest around for it if you decide to get it delivered (£11.98) Pressure rating of upto 120p… Read more

GT120 is 8.5" long, the GT120a is 11" long

Scott Aspect 950 2018 Aluminium Hard-Tail Mountain Bike £399.99 delivered @ Rutland Cycles
Posted 16th Nov 2018Posted 16th Nov 2018
Scott Aspect 950 2018 Aluminium Hard-Tail Mountain Bike £399.99 delivered @ Rutland Cycles
Only available in medium or Large on this model, nice looking set up for the cash imo. Still not bought a new bike, but have been checking out the Scott ones lately on the budget e… Read more

How the heck did this get hot? Not even 10% off.


Save yourself some money and buy 2nd hand. With this sort of budget you won't get anything decent new


I think £400 is too much for this based on its all tourney except rear derailleur drivetrain but more importantly very entry level XCT fork. This would be a good deal sub £300 but you can get a Carrera Hellcat currently at £255 with a stronger XCM fork. Admittedly that has mechanical disc brakes but you can get a set of Clarkes hydraulics for £40 and the bike is still under £300 and sell on your mechanicals for probably £15 or more. I realise there are a few good features of the Scott but I just don't feel its worth close to £400 with such a basic entry level fork.

Kryptonite Street F-250 and Avenue R-30 Lightset was £59.99 now £17.49 Delivered @ Rutland Cycling
Posted 15th Nov 2018Posted 15th Nov 2018
Kryptonite Street F-250 and Avenue R-30 Lightset was £59.99 now £17.49 Delivered @ Rutland Cycling
Super price on these - next best I could find is £43.99 Delivered, so a great saving - thought they may help if you missed out on @joysayboy fab deal Here which have now sold out… Read more
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The RRP is very rarely the price they actually sell at.


I'd recommend getting the higher power set for a couple of quid more. Never mind, that is no longer available.


ordered thanks


ordered. thanks


How come so cheap, from original RRP

Giant Rapid 2 2018 Flat Bar Road Bike - 18 Gear / Hydraulic Disc Brakes £574 @ Rutland Cycling (Giant ATX 1 also £338.99)
Posted 15th Nov 2018Posted 15th Nov 2018
Giant Rapid 2 2018 Flat Bar Road Bike - 18 Gear / Hydraulic Disc Brakes £574 @ Rutland Cycling (Giant ATX 1 also £338.99)
Dropped in a few places recently, but Rutland Cycles have come out on top by about £26 today. Good looking bit of kit and specs look decent as well. Looks like plenty of sizes all … Read more

Not been at all impressed with Rutland's so-called sale prices or 'discounts' for many months now. I am also fed up of getting so-called deals in my inbox only to go to the Rutland site and discover that the bikes are only in size small or extra-small.


I would want more than that discount for a bike that’s technically last years.

Sidi Genius 7 Road Shoes Mega fit Road Cycling Shoes £89.99 delivered @ Rutland Cycling ( See OP)
Posted 13th Nov 2018Posted 13th Nov 2018
Sidi Genius 7 Road Shoes Mega fit Road Cycling Shoes £89.99 delivered @ Rutland Cycling ( See OP)
Much cheaper than other places on these, they actaully have a few Sidi models on sale at the moment, including women's as well. The black ones are also this price, although sizing … Read more

FYI I bought these 0.5 size up and they fit amazingly on my hobbit feet. Loads of width and toe box room whilst still being snug. I bought 2 pairs in the end!


Wouldn’t buy if you have wide feet. Specalized would be a better fit


Agreed, it helps enormously with both smoother pedaling and being able to lay down absolute maximum power without fear of slipping off the pedals. I'd never ride a bike without them. I use regular SPDs on both my mountain and road bike though, which does limit shoe choice a little.


You are wasting a lot of energy. 33% roughly, as you are missing out on the pulling action of your pedal stroke due to you not having cleats. Regardless of that SIDI are pretty much the best cycking shoes going and as such this is a great deal.


£90 for a pair of cycling shoes is considered a "hot deal"? I paid less than that for my bike! I cycle around 50 miles every Saturday and have never felt the urge to wear anything other than bog-standard trainers when out on my bike.

2017 Scott scale 710 from Rutland cycling - £1,599
Posted 10th Nov 2018Posted 10th Nov 2018
2017 Scott scale 710 from Rutland cycling - £1,599
The Scale Hardtail 710 Mountain Bike has been redesigned and exquisitely modified by Scott for 2017. Co-developed with Olympic Champion, 5x World Champion and 5x World Cup Champion… Read more

chrome on a windows 10 laptop, try selecting click and collect for delivery then adding the code, then you can change to delivery after. I got the same problem when i tried on my android phone but doing that worked.


Tried that, in basket but won’t work on two iphones, what browser r u using?


Add the code save200 in checkout


How do you get the extra 200£ off? Shows as 1700£ for me.

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