Universal Dog Guard (in car use) £9.99 @ Aldi Sun 13th Jul
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Universal Dog Guard (in car use) £9.99 @ Aldi Sun 13th Jul

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Found 7th Jul 2014
Universal Dog Guard
Easy to assemble
Rubber feet for a secure fit
Adjustable width from 85-150cm
Adjustable height from 60-110cm

In store from Sunday 13th July

12 Comments

This type of guard is rubbish, they rattle, drop to bits, damage your ceiling and take up loads of space behind the back seats (vertical strut things). But for £10 what can you expect?

Original Poster

Roger_Irrelevant

But for £10 what can you expect?



1p change ?

Thanks for the review, sure it will help folks, I was about to buy a similar one off a certain auction site but the cheapest is nearly double this price.

Banned

Absolute rubbish deal, but some people like buying cra*
I'm still here!
Edited by: "damo1972" 12th Jul 2014

Original Poster

^^ still here! but you've still failed to back up your claims I see.

To put others in the loop, damo1972 was trolling an Apple thread where he/she made him/herself out to look a fool, after failing to prove what he/she claimed!

Troll.

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andynicol

^^ still here! but you've still failed to back up your claims I see.To … ^^ still here! but you've still failed to back up your claims I see.To put others in the loop, damo1972 was trolling an Apple thread where he/she made him/herself out to look a fool, after failing to prove what he/she claimed!Troll.

i see you like to spam my nice hot deals! The Only fool is you, who could not read what was in black and white, keep smoking what ever it is, that keeps you in you little Crapple bubble!

Original Poster

damo1972

i see you like to spam my nice hot deals! The Only fool is you, who could … i see you like to spam my nice hot deals! The Only fool is you, who could not read what was in black and white, keep smoking what ever it is, that keeps you in you little Crapple bubble!



Your deluded.

Copy & paste the details then to prove me wrong ?

You refuse to do so, as they don't exist or you would have done so by now.



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andynicol

Your deluded.Copy & paste the details then to prove me wrong ?You refuse … Your deluded.Copy & paste the details then to prove me wrong ?You refuse to do so, as they don't exist or you would have done so by now.

keep smoking them drugs!

Original Poster

Great function, the 'ignore' link next to someones profile, you can't see what deluded trolls are typing..

Banned

andynicol

Great function, the 'ignore' link next to someones profile, you can't see … Great function, the 'ignore' link next to someones profile, you can't see what deluded trolls are typing..

keep smoking the drugs

Original Poster

damo1972

Absolute rubbish deal, but some people like buying cra* I'm still here!



You know what, you're right. (Isn't hard to admit your wrong, or to admit others are right, possibly you should take note?)

The hooks for hooking over the back seats didn't fit my car.
As my car has rear seats at a slight angle, the rubber feet wouldn't stay in place.
The top of the uprights 'bite' into the roof lining if you apply to much pressure when opening up the telescopic uprights prior to tightening at required size, due to them not being spring loaded they just sit there with nothing to hold the guard in place.

I don't think other designs differ, so IF you had straight backed rear seats this might be okay.

IF your seats are at an angle avoid.

I returned mines for a refund, and will re-think what I'm doing to keep the dog in the rear.

Wonder if I can vote cold on my own deal (_;)

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andynicol

You know what, you're right. (Isn't hard to admit your wrong, or to admit … You know what, you're right. (Isn't hard to admit your wrong, or to admit others are right, possibly you should take note?)The hooks for hooking over the back seats didn't fit my car.As my car has rear seats at a slight angle, the rubber feet wouldn't stay in place.The top of the uprights 'bite' into the roof lining if you apply to much pressure when opening up the telescopic uprights prior to tightening at required size, due to them not being spring loaded they just sit there with nothing to hold the guard in place.I don't think other designs differ, so IF you had straight backed rear seats this might be okay.IF your seats are at an angle avoid.I returned mines for a refund, and will re-think what I'm doing to keep the dog in the rear.Wonder if I can vote cold on my own deal (_;)

idiot!

Original Poster

This idiot is man enough to admit when he's wrong though, whereas you on the other hand are a wee schoolboy who doesn't have any balls.
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