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VonShef Ice Cream Maker With Compressor & Built In Freezer £109.99 delivered @ VonHaus
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Posted 19th JulPosted 19th Jul
This ice cream maker has a freezer built in, so no need to remember to freeze a bowl for 24 hours before you want ice cream, just bang in some milk/cream/flavour and press go and w… Read more
rkl

There's an excellent Canadian YouTube cooking channel called "Glen and Friends Cooking" where he occasionally does ice cream recipes. His latest one is a no churn Toblerone/cream cheese ice cream that only came out a couple of days ago. And, yes, his wife comes in at the end in every video to get involved in a taste test :-) Some of his ice cream videos use an ice cream maker, but the latest video I mentioned actually doesn't. I suspect making your own ice cream, even with a dedicated machine, is probably too much of a faff for most people, but there can be advantages if you need something "off the beaten path" e.g. unusual flavours or replacing sugar with an artificial equivalent e.g. Canderel Sugarly (expensive, but arguably the best tasting artificial granulated sugar substitute out there).

blootoon763

each to their own but in the summer months we use ours at least once per week and i have owned ice cream machines since 2007

stef_the_fish

Yes! It is sooo easy to do. The condensed milk and cream works well with flavours like nutella, smarties, chocolate etc. Also with pick your own fruit coming along soon, you can make really delicious strawberry or blackcurrant ice creams too. Haagen daz gives their recipe for either vanilla or chocolate ice cream (I forget which) it uses eggs and cream. It tastes amazing!

HHUKD

For ice cream recipes I highly recommend the Ben and Jerry’s book. V good.

scotty6435

I honestly think these machines are better (cheaper) at creating sorbets and things that don't require lots of e.g. cream. Even just semifreezing juices would be good on a hot day and probably a lot healthier than an ice lolly. I don't think anyone should be eating ice cream multiple times a week for any reason, it's basically equal parts sugar and fat

AstroAI Digital Tyre Inflator, Portable Air Compressor (Yellow) £20.01 - Sold by AstroAI Corporation EU and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Posted 12th JulPosted 12th Jul
I found a discount for AstroAI Digital Tyre Inflator on Amazon, enter code P4BRIVNP at checkout. Seems like a good deal! :D Programmable Inflation:Simple and Easy to Operate 2… Read more
Movistar

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Go-cart.Mozart

Thanks (y)

perfectlarry

Thanks, just what I needed.

sowotsdis

You also get a free pair of sunshades for the rear windows

Kartnet

Has anyone got one of these new types of digital motor type tyre inflators?

Ring Automotive RTC100 Analogue Air Compressor £8.62 Prime + (£4.49 non Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 5th JulPosted 5th Jul
Ring’s tyre inflators are designed with motorists in mind. The RTC100 can inflate a 13 inch tyre from flat to 35PSI in 4.5 minutes. Easy to use, with one large on/off bottom to sto… Read more
montana78

For foot operation maybe. But can you see the gauge standing up? Watch the tyre inflator and explode (lol) Happened to my sons bike tyre. Now the bikes been in the shed for 3yrs (:I

sjgorilla

A large on/off bottom! Ooooh errr! ;)

AdelRawas

Datum, someone need new tyres

smush

Alexa inflate my tyre

nablor

Just bought these for new bike and old pump so thanks.

Ring RAC610 12V Analogue Tyre Inflator, Air Compressor Tyre Pump, 4.5 Min Tyre Inflation, £11.69 (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 18th JunPosted 18th Jun
Details : FIRM FAVOURITE WITH REVIEWERS. Over 1000 positive Amazon reviews for this easy-to-use inflator. FAST INFLATION. The RAC610 can inflate a 13” tyre to 35PSI in UND… Read more
50huz

Does the job, pleased with mine

Lexeus

Reviews are terrible so I am not surprised!

Charger1969

I bought this one a while back, has been used a fair few times and is very fast plus it's rechargeable https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/282864240430?epid=12031170154&hash=item41dc05c72e:g:k8EAAOSwH~palX~z&LH_BIN=1

xybp9

the gauge is quite inaccurate, but you should really have a tyre pressure tester anyway (I found that 35psi I needed reads as 38psi on the ring gauge) still, it's a good way to top up your tyres on-the-go, and much better in emergencies (with tyre stop leak) than ... well nothing haha heat for price. You absolutely should have this (or a similar item) in your boot. Could really save you

BigBellyNelly

I agree with you about getting a digital one, I now have that and it's much easier. Do you use yours with the card ignition on as it drastically improve the inflation speed.

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Xiaomi DZN4006GL Mi Pump Air Compressor A 124 x 71 x 45.3 mm - £28.88 (UK Mainland) sold by Amazon EU at Amazon
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Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
About this item Wherever you go, be prepared. Go further and don't be afraid of having a puncture. The high precision alloy allows compression up to 150 psi to measure the necessa… Read more
Spartan176

So it's not what it looks like - a fingerprint padlock.

Frostie5

what kind of tyres do you use it for ,how long does it last ?

mb1

Another cracking Xiaomi product. Use mine all the time. Very well made.

CampGareth

Yeah in hindsight I'd have preferred a mains powered pump with the same features. For out and about usage a small hand pump is definitely better. They're lighter and when you need to use them you only care about having *some* air in the tyres, pressure doesn't matter as much as getting home!

Frostie5

wow so it's better to carry a cheap small light pump ,£28 and it can only inflate 2 x 27x2.35 tires WTH (lol)

Ring RAC610 12V Analogue Tyre Inflator - £12.80 Prime (+ £4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 9th JunPosted 9th Jun
Product Description An analogue compressor can inflate a fully-deflated car tyre in under 4.5 minutes. It has an air flow rate of 18-20 L/min. Fitted with a fused 12 V power plug a… Read more
FrankieC

They're adequate, and cheap enough. Worth checking you don't already have one in the car....most cars I've had recently that don't have a full size spare have an inflator under the boot floor with a can of gunk, and you can use them for general purposes too (but don't forget to put them back in the car!).

Lazyoaf

terribly underpowered and slow for modern large wheels. Spend a tenner more on something better

salako

This is a really good deal. I had one of these lasted for atleast 3 years and that was regularly used for mine and the Mrs car.

MR_Psyco

These are awful, get a manual foot pump.

octobergirl

Bought one so good bought another for sister