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Swimming Noodles £1.00 @Poundland
Swimming Noodles £1.00  @Poundland

Swimming Noodles £1.00 @Poundland

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Nipped into my local Poundland today (Rochdale) and saw these-really good price imo. They had a variety of colours...pink lilac yellow and blue.

My girls use these when having swimming lessons and i think they are fab!!

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Original Poster

sorry i cant change the image?? but if you click go to deal it shows one in use.

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pretty sure i saw these in stratford to

Got 4 a fortnight ago, none left today! The ones I got haven't the hole in the middle, but we use them as swords etc on a trampoline.

Really good value, ones with holes through the centre are 7/8 quid in a local sport store.

About 5ft long btw.

Am I the only person who after reading the title this was some form of "Super Noodles"? :P

I bought these in 99p stores so worth checking there too :thumbsup:

FoSho;8620992

Am I the only person who after reading the title this was some form of … Am I the only person who after reading the title this was some form of "Super Noodles"? :P



no me too i thought they were special noodles that you could eat then go swimming safely after a meal lol

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FoSho;8620992

Am I the only person who after reading the title this was some form of … Am I the only person who after reading the title this was some form of "Super Noodles"? :P



Yes you are alone...........

They had them in East Dereham yesterday too

is that what they are???? i walked past them a few times and
thought they were just for kids to hit each other with or something

Could be used for lagging pipes too :-D

FoSho;8620992

Am I the only person who after reading the title this was some form of … Am I the only person who after reading the title this was some form of "Super Noodles"? :P



TheJamesS;8621347

no me too i thought they were special noodles that you could eat then go … no me too i thought they were special noodles that you could eat then go swimming safely after a meal lol



me too:oops:

I got a couple of these a week or two back too. They're thinner than the ones they use in the lessons, ideal for a small child but not sure what weight they'd support? Mine are wee enough so not a problem but just a thought. Great for £1 though.

Don't bother, they taste terrible. >_

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pennypinchinmum;8625608

I got a couple of these a week or two back too. They're thinner than the … I got a couple of these a week or two back too. They're thinner than the ones they use in the lessons, ideal for a small child but not sure what weight they'd support? Mine are wee enough so not a problem but just a thought. Great for £1 though.



I'm a swimming teacher and use noodles/woggles constantly. Don't worry about the size of them, they'll support your child whatever. These things are fantastic.

Make sure you have a gap between the childs body and the woggle as it will support them much better.

http://www.gbsports.co.uk/acatalog/swimming_noodles.jpg

If you look in this picture, the person at the top has got it right and the people at the bottom have got it wrong.

CharlieDouglas;8629975

I'm a swimming teacher and use noodles/woggles constantly. Don't worry … I'm a swimming teacher and use noodles/woggles constantly. Don't worry about the size of them, they'll support your child whatever. These things are fantastic.Make sure you have a gap between the childs body and the woggle as it will support them much better.If you look in this picture, the person at the top has got it right and the people at the bottom have got it wrong.



Ta for the tip, we got one as I'm having to take my youngest out the lessons for a wee while 'til I can get back in the pool with junior number 3 (10 days to due date) but hoping to keep taking her to the pool as often as we can. I always tuck her right on so I'm wrong.

Shame they didn't have pink in my store, she settled for purple :thumbsup:
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