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Wilko Walsall Masterplug 4 gang 15 metre case reel half price - £10
LocalLocalFound 18 h, 33 m agoFound 18 h, 33 m ago
4 socket 15m extension reel with safety cut out reduced from £20 to £10. Seen in Wilko Walsall city centre, where they had plenty. Don't know whether national and haven't been ab… Read more
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Given I visit the place fairly regularly I thought it wouldn't hurt to butter up the locals rather than risk offence. (y)


4 kettles? Never. 4 desk lamps? Every day of the week. This one is 10 Amp though.


Is the ampage enough on this to run, for example 4 items together at the same time?


Apparently this is a handbag cable reel. Bargain birthday or anniversary gift for the missus! (lol) FYI same price on the website but showing out of stock so can't click and collect.


Walsall ain’t a city! (y) 🏼

4 Day Deals @ Wickes eg Gro-Sure Farmyard Manure 50L NF was £4.50 now £2.25 + 4 for 3 / Value Deck Board - 25 x 120mm x 1.8m now £2 / Dulux Trade Weathershield Smooth Masonry Paint  Brilliant White 7.5L £20 - more in OP
Found 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
Wickes have some cracking deals included in their 4 day promo this weekend! Just in time to do some gardening / diy in the warmer weather. Get Deal link goes to the Gro-Sure Farmy… Read more
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Quite the sh*t deal.


Otley Run


if it smells like sh.. looks like sh.. but costs more then sh.. its sh.. and this stuff will make u gag (lol) (lol) (lol)


Does the Otley run still pass through Headingley? Best years of my life living near the stadium. I definitely want to visit one day to see how much it’s changed.


Changed since you've left & we've now got a Premier Inn!: Link Great excuse to visit again & reminisce (embarrassed)

Titan TTB533RSP 750W Reciprocating Saw 240V 53% off only £29.99 @ screwfix
Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
for once a screwfix deal that you have a chance of getting as its can be delivered as well as click and collect (my local has 7 in stock) good reveiws

I cleared some of the soil around the root/stump and cut the roods as I uncovered them. I generally didn't fully uncover them, just needed to know where they were and then used the saw. When I cut the trees down I left around five feet above the ground to use as leverage. You need this as some trees have a tap root that goes straight down and you need leverage to push the tree over when this is the last root. This will either break the rood or expose it so it can then be cut.


Oh and thanks for posting, collected one the other day


if anyone wants some good extra long blades, there at a very good price on amazon prime at the moment Amazon Bosch 240mm blades


The hole cut out on the Bosch wood blades is slightly smaller than the equivalent DeWalt ones and going through the conifers, the blade slipped out a couple of times on me when I was going at angles (using this Titan saw). Either way, I can't imagine the Aldi saw would take anything radically different.


The other blades that come with the tiger saw are the same as the ones that come with the above linked Aldi reciprocating saw, and that came with the screwfix one - and there are blades like the scorpion saw one for reciprocating saws - honestly I cut about 30 branches off with it before deciding to try this screwfix one and apart from the black part in front of the blade and the second hand grip, it works exactly the same as a reciprocating saw, it just doesn’t allow for the blades to be interchangeable - very bizarre that they are selling both at the same time. the larger tooth Bosch blades are far superior though and it’s now a much easier task, but the way it cuts is exactly the same. Luckily they took it back no questions asked! this appears identical to the Aldi one and in the comments for the speceven says reciprocating saw!

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Bunnings High Wycombe, Thistle  Bonding coat Plaster 25kg - £1 in store
LocalLocalFound 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Over 1/2 a pallet of 25kg Thistle Bonding coat plaster reduced from £7.69 to £1. (Sun 17th around 1pm) This is in store, turn left right to the end where the building materials a… Read more
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Keter 17182239 Master Pro DIY Folding Work Table £44.99 @ Amazon Prime Exclusive
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Looks like an excellent DIY table currently cheapest it’s been I think... Prime only and note the rrp is nonsense as per normal amazon...

Just to let anyone that is interested know, I picked one up from Argos this morning in Hucknall for the same price (less a £5.00 voucher I already had making it £39.99). Wasn't available at my local store but did click and collect last night for today pick up at a nearby store.


Yup, check other sellers on right side, still £44.99 from Amazon. Also to other above, sorry, I hadn’t realised it was prime only.


had mine a few years now, best workbench ever, and still good as new.


The people who shop with amazon prime will want to know about good deals. I’m sorry if I post a deal that seems to be only available at my local supermarket and not national, but it may appeal to someone who happens to live around here.


But which retailer is selling this for £85? What is Amazon selling these at or have they closed the offer?

Homebase Hatfield Store closing - at least 10% off everything in store
LocalLocalFound 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Just popped to Homebase in Hatfield and they're closing the store apparently. They said just this one and not nationally. They were still putting stickers up when I was there but… Read more
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Good glad they are closing down. Useless store. Ordered twice in the last month and paid online, collected in store shelves broken on collection, 2nd time not in stock waited until i drove there to tell me.


Wick in Caithness, has said the same


Homebase near me is now Wickes

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Dulux 5ltr Tins for £20 @ B&Q
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
B&Q have a range of 5ltr dulux colours for £20. Not too bad a price if you need to decorate
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Just not impressed with Dulux paint. Opacity is very low. Used 3 coats over a very faint patterned paper and it still shows through.


Don't forget a roller and tray. You don't want to be painting walls with a brush. Use the brush for cutting in to details/edges then roller the rest. Get the blue, low tack masking tape for easy removals. Screwfix and Toolstation also sell masking tape with plastic sheeting attached. It's great stuff for covering up.


If you can **** you can paint, don’t pay someone to do it unless you’re extremely busy.


Do you have wooden walls?


Yeh, straightforward and I'm rubbish at DIY masking tape Plastic sheets Set of different brushes Sandpaper and block possibly Screwfix is great if you have one near you Good luck

London bleach diy dip dye 50p instore boots gallowtree gate
LocalLocalFound 14th JunFound 14th Jun
Usually £8 down to 50p. What a steal!
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well i'm the third one that thought it too. :S


I'm glad I wasn't the only one that thought that! (lol) (lol)


eyelashes? I thought numpties were dying their eyeballs.


Main pic confused me, thought it was a dip dye for eyelashes (shock)


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Tesco DIY Charcoal BBQ - £12.50 @ Tesco Direct
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
ake your cooking outside with the Tesco DIY Charcoal Barbecue. With a chrome plated cooking grill, this barbecue allows you to create delicious meals with an authentic smokey flavo… Read more
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What the hell is Lé grille?!!


plus the food is badly photo-shopped on.


Why have they put the coals under the fuel grating in the photo? Idiots?


chrome plated doesn't sound great?


Don't think its legal to BBQ your son !

Masterplug Cable Reel 10amp 4 Gang 25m £15 - In Store Wilko - Preston
LocalLocalFound 12th JunFound 12th Jun
Masterplug Cable Reel 10amp 4 Gang 25m in store, found in Preston town centre store. Also has 15m for £10 Price was incorrect at till but after manager checked it was put throug… Read more

Paid 7.50


Also paid £7.50 for mine in Wigan last week


Heat added, got mine half price 2 weeks ago :)


Paid £7.50 last week


Unfortunately, it appears you've been diddled.

Nilfisk C 110 pressure washer £29.99 Screwfix (C&C)
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
NILFISK COMPACT C 110.4-5 PCD X-TRA 110BAR PRESSURE WASHER 1.4KW 230V (6001J) £29.99 while it lasts
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None in West Wales 😔


Waste of time


No stock nearby. Anyone in the Shetlands like to say otherwise.


This was the same price a month or so ago. I got one. But there’s no more!


Will people wake up and stop wasting theirs and others time with these very obvious marketing ploys!

Silicone Application Set - Barrel Caulking gun £4 @Aldi
Found 9th JunFound 9th Jun
Feels like a good quality barrel caulking gun for £4. In store & online. Contents 1 x Caulking Gun (suitable for 300 and 310ml cartridges) 2 x Plastic Nozzles (115mm and 55… Read more

I love caulking!


I reckon with a bit of modding you could use it as a mortar gun... bought one to see :)


Thanks OP These are very good Lidl sell identical item far better than ordinary cage type.


i bought two of these maybe 5 years ago still works well i found them to work well, takes a bit longer to swap cartridges but I prefer them to the cage type which flex a lot.


Made me laugh, don't know why. :D

Victorinox Swiss Army Knife Escort Amazon add on item £3.51
Found 9th JunFound 9th Jun
Nice price! Will need to pay for postage or buy £20 worth :)

I used a pair at school, but never since... Kind regards


Seems to change price a fair bit but only by a few pence. It's showing as £3.89 now but I bought one the other day to replace my broken opinel for £3.36 which arrived today. So I guess £3.51 is a mid-price but not really a bargain. It's a tiny knife but good to keep with your keys. Blade is more bendy than a spyderco but then it is a quarter of the price.


Is this the first time you have come across a scissor? Have you not used one in the past?


All sold out in London ;)


I'm puzzled. Security takes a tiny Swiss army knife off me at the entrance gate and not 10 minutes later im helping myself to a knife from a large box full of them in cafe. Must be just me then thinking this seems odd. There it is.. I got my pen knife back though on my way out

Cuprinol Spray & Brush 2 in 1 Pump Sprayer - £18 Free click and collect at  Dulux Decorator Centre
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Seeing as there are a few garden fence paints on offer, looked around for sprayers. This is the best price I could find for the spray and brush sprayer. Sold at £25 at B&Q, £35… Read more

I bought this yesterday from my local branch. Was a used item that had been returned! I tried to use it anyway, but completely clogged


Just run some turps/white spirits through it to clean it


Yes perhaps you can use water to flush the system clean, the question is how well will it flush, as if any paint sticks to the hose/nozzle then you would only get 1 or 2 uses of out it.


I'll wait for someone to reply. This would be my first experience. However, did see people selling used ones - so, presumably, they could be reused? Might need a good wash after black paint though! (lol)


It might take a while to reflect the change. Or you may need to sign up?

Erbauer 18V 2.0Ah Li-Ion Cordless Combi Drill £69.99 @ Screwfix
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Erbauer ERI744COM which is newer version is now £69.99 (17%off ) at screwfix so someone might consider it . it comes with 2 batteries 2.0AH and its a combi drill not drill driver … Read more

You have to compare like for like, but the general principle is this. The higher the voltage the less current the motor will need to draw, the lower the current draw the more efficient the motor will be. With this is mind, the more force you want to provide to your mower blade, the more power you need to pull from the battery therefore making the difference in efficiency more important. So maybe an 18V strimmer is not such a problem, as you are spinning a plastic cord, but with a mower its a double headed metal blade that you are rotating. In addition, if someone is marketing a 36V mower with a 2Ah battery and an 18V mower with a 2Ah battery, you are getting half the battery power with the 18V model. So even if the 36V and 18V models were identical in efficiency, then if a fully charged 36V could run for 30mins the 18V would only run for 15mins.


Thanks ! Got one!!


If this is the same one that was included in the twin drill and impact driver deal posted on here a couple of months ago, then it's more than good enough for an amateur. Definitely a big step up on the Titan version, which I returned as the torque control pretty much gave up.


May I ask why? My mower is 40v btw


If that is the only difference, better off with Aldi and use the £30 on another battery

Makita Masonry Drill Bits 9mm, 11mm, 12mm Reduced to Clear at Wickes In-Store £2.49/£3.98 (Slough)
LocalLocalFound 4th JunFound 4th Jun
Reduced to clear Makita masonry drill bits available at Wickes in store. Prices reduced to almost 50% while stocks last. (Found in Wickes- Slough Store
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The 12mm bit is, not the 11mm though


Are these sds bits?


Sure! this was at the Slough store.


Thanks for posting @ali.mohammedhaider . Can I check which store this was please?

Wickes 18V Impact Drill Driver - 140nm - £40 C&C
Found 3rd JunFound 3rd Jun
This cordless impact driver has been designed for light to medium duty applications. Maximum Torque: 140 Nm No Load Speed: 0 - 2500 rpm Weight: 1.27 kg Chuck Type: Hex Power… Read more
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Says it expires at the end of the month but has already gone back up to full price, pity as I would've definitely had one with my tradepro discount on top :(


Damn waited too long, back up to £55.


Testing the equivalent lidl parkside version ....


It’ll perform better than a drill/driver and is less likely to cam-out and chew the head up but if they’re cheap there’s a risk the screw shears off with the torque this delivers...


No, not really. I have this and I like it, but probably had too high expectations of the claimed torque (it's probably closer to 90nm sustained) and battery capacity. You'll need much more for tricky car bolts. Regards batteries in the context of general driving - for larger project, get a second. They don't tend to keep them on the shelf, so ask in store if you decide you want one after ordering this.

Bosch IXO Cordless Screwdriver with Integrated 3.6 V Lithium-Ion Battery (25% cheaper!) @ Amazon
Found 3rd JunFound 3rd Jun
The IXO is everything you would want from a cordless screwdriver. Whether it's assembling flat pack furniture, joining cupboards, fixing electronic goods or tightening loose screws… Read more

I bought mines for £15 two years ago from amazon


Is there no reverse, light or battery led indicator?


Or buy a used one for £19 ......


Have bought this for around £20 in B&Q, not worth £30 :S


got it on a daily deal slighly cheaper, but, very happy with the product, good life, lightweight, easy to use, easy to charge, would recommend.

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