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Stanley STA193950 Fatmax Technician Bag, 18-Inch. @ Amazon £15.00 (prime) £19.75 (non prime)
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Stanley Fatmax 18" tool bag I bought one of these 3 years ago for the same price and it's been great, plenty of storage it's robust and still looks like new after daily use. Usua… Read more
33266096-HzhzJ.jpgThis is where the link took me. After seeing you put it was still 15 though I clicked on other buyers and then saw it. Maybe a more detailed description would help people like me! Ha cheers.
27.75 now!
thanks for the find - been waiting to bag one of these
i pay £10 for that a year ago in b&q
STANLEY FATMAX OPEN TOTE BAG - £25.97 @ Amazon
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Great long lasting tote, swear by these as good value for money. Extra tough 600 x 600 denier fabric Waterproof plastic bottom Heavy-duty steel handle with rubber grip Non-sl… Read more
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nice bag I guess, but price is higher than average according to camelcamelcamel, therefore cold

Average +£25.68

by the way, there is another seller offering it at £23.90
Edited by: "manowarbruno" 8th Jan
Just arrived - better than I had hoped. thanks again for posting op.
I got one very similar in Homebase for £7 in the sale
these made in israel like the plastic cases?
zip doesn't go all the way down, so gets wasted unless you have a small saw.

good quality, going to last.
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Stanley FatMax 2m Tape Measure £1 @ B&Q Free C&C
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Stanley FatMax 2m Tape Measure £1 @ B&Q Free C&C Seems to currently be plenty of stock of these scattered around the country at the moment . Another little stocking filler… Read more
cancelled mine too after taking my money...drove to B&Q..got there and they told me i had been refunded...checked my account and no refund in sight..waste of time effort and money...company sucks
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jnigel2616 h, 14 m ago

B&Q - comes BOTTOM of all the DIY stores for me. Used to be good, really …B&Q - comes BOTTOM of all the DIY stores for me. Used to be good, really good... even when it was Great Mills, Focus, Focus DIY and any other name, but of late, well our local store anyway, you can go online find something and almost 100 per cent be sure it will be out of stock, not stocked, stock low (means they haven't got any, and never have!). Bloody useless.They had a sack truck reduced a few months back at around 9 quid. Checked online, stock low. Go to store, can't find it. Ask at tills, no idea. They get someone to come over to see me. 'Oh, no mate. We've never had them in stock. Ever.' I replied then it's about time your website was updated. It was still listed nearly 2 months later. Went in this week to get some Metro tiles (very common) which I knew they stocked - seen them online, but they had b. all stock in store, not enough to do a quarter of a wall. Any more mate? I knew what the answer would be... Nope!So, went to Wickes, bit dearer. Went to Homebase, Metro tiles? Yes, we have loads of 'em! Lower price. Not only that sample tiles were 26p each. B&Q sample tile 2 quid!!!!I reckon they'll be gone next year, or taken over. All in my opinion of course.As for this piddly little tape measure - TWO metres! Bloody hell, it should be a freebie imo. Nah. COLD. ICE COLD!!



Can't deny most of what you say, your rant made me laugh thou

Managed to get a couple of the Tapes thou and for a £1 they are pretty good and will come in handy
B&Q - comes BOTTOM of all the DIY stores for me. Used to be good, really good... even when it was Great Mills, Focus, Focus DIY and any other name, but of late, well our local store anyway, you can go online find something and almost 100 per cent be sure it will be out of stock, not stocked, stock low (means they haven't got any, and never have!). Bloody useless.
They had a sack truck reduced a few months back at around 9 quid. Checked online, stock low. Go to store, can't find it. Ask at tills, no idea. They get someone to come over to see me. 'Oh, no mate. We've never had them in stock. Ever.' I replied then it's about time your website was updated. It was still listed nearly 2 months later.
Went in this week to get some Metro tiles (very common) which I knew they stocked - seen them online, but they had b. all stock in store, not enough to do a quarter of a wall. Any more mate? I knew what the answer would be... Nope!
So, went to Wickes, bit dearer. Went to Homebase, Metro tiles? Yes, we have loads of 'em! Lower price. Not only that sample tiles were 26p each. B&Q sample tile 2 quid!!!!
I reckon they'll be gone next year, or taken over. All in my opinion of course.

As for this piddly little tape measure - TWO metres! Bloody hell, it should be a freebie imo.
Nah. COLD. ICE COLD!!
Edited by: "jnigel26" 27th Nov 2017
Another cancellation
had a call 20 mins after ordering some to say no stock anywhere, at least they called to tell me I guess
Stanley FatMax Cordless Hammer Drill with 2 18V Batteries £79.99 Argos
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Have been checking the price on this recently as hubbies drill died and he needed a new one. Quidco is doing 5% cashback on diy & home improvements for the next 2 days. T… Read more
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The link shows currently £89.99 for me.
Anyone know if you can use Dewalt batteries with Stanley stuff and vise versa?
matty_hunt7 h, 14 m ago

I have this, all be it with the 2Ah batteries. Nice drill. Metal 13mm …I have this, all be it with the 2Ah batteries. Nice drill. Metal 13mm chuck. A little heavy, but perhaps reassuringly so, and 3 year warranty. I think they are made by Dewalt, I wait to be corrected! Don't think the price is anything special so not voting either way. Check to see if your local Homebase still has some. I recall they had a better price or the twin pack, drill and impact driver, for £99, but are not listed online.


Close. Dewalt are actually owned and made by Stanley Black and Decker
I have this, all be it with the 2Ah batteries. Nice drill. Metal 13mm chuck. A little heavy, but perhaps reassuringly so, and 3 year warranty. I think they are made by Dewalt, I wait to be corrected! Don't think the price is anything special so not voting either way. Check to see if your local Homebase still has some. I recall they had a better price or the twin pack, drill and impact driver, for £99, but are not listed online.
Edited by: "matty_hunt" 24th Nov 2017
Better with the 2ah batteries - but very good drills - prefer to use these than my old Dewalt ones
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B&Q Black Friday Offers Preview - Galvanised steel 5 tier shelving unit £22​ / Stanley Fatmax Hard base 20" Toolbag £20 (See OP for more) Now Live
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Prices going live 23/11/17 Offers now live - Discounts at checkout A few bargains at B&Q for Black Friday. I suspect we'll see more, but for now I think it's looking good.… Read more
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Can’t get hold of the store or customer service again recently - store says they don’t have it and CS say it was signed for on the first click & collect day. This has been going on for over a week.
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After 25mins on hold, listening to the same Moby song, I have been told my …After 25mins on hold, listening to the same Moby song, I have been told my Flymo order has been cancelled due to limited Black Friday numbers. They have taken my money however, and it required me calling them up to ask where it was to discover this disappointing news.I will get a refund in 5 days. First and last time buying from B&Q online.


Nice of them to let us know!
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Still waiting on the robot lawnmower to be delivered to their store via …Still waiting on the robot lawnmower to be delivered to their store via click & collect! They haven’t received it since Sunday...



After 25mins on hold, listening to the same Moby song, I have been told my Flymo order has been cancelled due to limited Black Friday numbers. They have taken my money however, and it required me calling them up to ask where it was to discover this disappointing news.

I will get a refund in 5 days. First and last time buying from B&Q online.
Still waiting on the robot lawnmower to be delivered to their store via click & collect! They haven’t received it since Sunday...
no stock for shelving unit in any stores, just checked.
Stanley Flat Claw Hammer £19.95 Del Prime / £24.70 Non Prime @ Amazon
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According to camelcamelcamel, cheapest it's ever been. I love Stanley's Fatmax stuff. Really decent.
Well I raised it by 5 degrees for you.

I would probably get this if I didn't already have a nice DeWalt hammer I paid about the same for, and recently the fibreglass stanley one because it was cheap.
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Lol. - 240 degrees.

HUKD is a funny place. I git told I was ruining it when I asked for help finding a phone deal (I know, asking for deals, on a deal site. For shame)
This hammer is a thing of beauty. It's one piece of steel so almost unbreakable (I suppose you could melt it down).
I got one like this for Christmas a few years ago and smile every time I use it. Bit sad, but if you like good tools you'll know what I mean.
I believe this hammer has a one piece head and handle, which should make it more durable. The grip will be more comfortable too. It's usually a little more expensive so a deal and certainly worth it if you want a quality tool.
Don't know why there's so many bad vibes in here
STANLEY FATMAX Folding Jab Saw £5.49 @ Amazon - Prime exclusive
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The STANLEY FATMAX Folding Jabsaw is a multi-purpose saw that has been designed for cutting in various angles for maximum flexibility and increased leverage. The triple bevelled bl… Read more
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Great to go with my Halloween Clown 🤡 mask!
Now back in stock a the same price! MODS, can you un-expire please?
SixtyFive1 h, 21 m ago

I suspect they may have trouble holding it.


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Edited by: "Ninjesus" 19th Oct 2017
Back up in price unfortunately. Cheapest is £12.99
scoobytawazara3 h, 4 m ago

do not like the sound of the 1 star amazon reviews IMHO


Im an approved electrician who cuts a lot of plasterboard. I have this and can assure you this is an excellent product at this price.
Stanley 195611 Fatmax Tool Backpack £18.50 for Amazon Prime members.
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A pal of mine who has a tool fetishism alerted me to this deal. RRP is £61.03 according to Amazon. Dispatched and fulfilled by Amazon for £18.50 exclusively for Prime members only.… Read more
To my shame I had bought one but actually totally forgotten about it due to the long delivery lead .......dispatch notification received this morning.
uktottys7th Oct

Don't need this , obviously bought one.


Natch
Don't need this , obviously bought one.
I just ordered one - those of you that keep reporting the deal expired are 'tools" (just a joke)
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Don't know why this is showing as expired. The deal's still available if you follow the instructions in the OP.
Stanley  FatMax Folding Chisel £4 Amazon add-on
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25mm Fatmax Folding Chisel, handy to keep in the tool box
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£12.49 now on the link provided!
Amazing tool. Also £7.50 at BnQ
What, no comments about legal carry? Tut,tut.
dealerxxx11 h, 43 m ago

And those who want from eBay £1.25 extra …And those who want from eBay £1.25 extra https://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/Stanley-RSLCQCFSS5L-FatMax-Folding-Chisel-/272632255068



Cheaper here
ebay.co.uk/itm…8hB
I’ve had one of these for a couple of years. As a Chisel it is far from great. It does work and for light use it gets the job done. If I was going to use it more I’d buy better.

However I find it an invaluable tool for the bag. The butterfly handle means I no longer play Russian roulette with my fingers hunting through the bag. I also find this really handy for removing silicone from round the bath, sink, shower, etc. Opens boxes well, a handy wee pry bar, etc.

If you don’t see this as a serious chisel, you’ll use and abuse it. Which is where is becomes useful.
Stanley Fatmax 4 in 1 Stapler - Argos Clearance, stock nationally - £11.99 (C&C)
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Cheapest price about by about a fiver and nearly a tenner more at Amazon themselves.. ABOUT THIS PRODUCT This Stanley FatMax 4-in-1 stapler fires cable tacks, light duty staples a… Read more
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Thanks OP. Ordered one. Anyone care to comment on how good/bad it is?
Ordered op! Have heat for a great spot!
in stock at mansfield
Ordered thanks op
Stanley FatMax Retractable Utility Knife - Add on item at Amazon - £4.00 - and other Stanley deals
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Nice looking Stanley FatMax utility knife - or stanley knife if you will. Only £4 as an addon item. Cheapest it's ever been. These normally go for around a tenner Can do no rus… Read more
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solid18th Sep

Didn't see much more than what the OP already posted (thanks!)But, did see …Didn't see much more than what the OP already posted (thanks!)But, did see these, and they look good https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B004AEVIJE/https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B0001IW8TW/




Cheers, ordered the FatMax hacksaw.

Tempted by the Bahco Ergo one, as I have a Bahco Ergo handle and saw blade - and rate their saws, but the FatMax is cheaper and seems lighter with more functionality.

Pretty good deal.

Also another trick @FireBlazer pointed out in another Stanley deal, and others have - is you can bypass the addon limitation by voice ordering using your Amazon Echo / Dot
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Most of the negative reviews are about people unable to remove the packaging or fit the blade.

I remember I had to check out a youtube video to figure out how to do that for my folding fatmax stanley knife.

In comparison, this looks nice, larger (quite large), comfortable to hold.
It also comes with 5 fatmax blades - 10 cost £3 anyway.
Some low scoring reviews mention it comes with no blades (that person probably didn't realise they're inside the handle).
However the top mechanism for extending and retracting the blade feels cheap.
For the folding fatmax knife it's sturdy and made of metal. For this knife it's cheap and made of plastic.

The blades alone are worth £1.50 though.

Wouldn't pay £10 for it, but happy to pay £4 with £1 no rush credit, and it's nice to add to the Stanley collection.

Probably didn't need to buy the 10 pack of FatMax blades too, as can just use the 5 that come in this in my folding Stanley knife.
Edited by: "Shinoke" 20th Sep 2017
Knife back in stock if anyone's interested. I imagine it's okay for a home user
Bought one, fell apart, can't put it back together!
Don't buy this one.
it's crap not even worth £4.
STANLEY FATMAX Folding Jab Saw £5.49 Prime / £9.48 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Eight teeth per inch blade is ideal to cut through plasterboard Triple ground teeth for 50% faster cutting Secure locking mechanisms in three positions 90 degrees, 135 degrees an… Read more
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Needed this to cut some dry line boards last week, oh well used a kitchen knife instead.

Cheer OP purchased with thanks
Edited by: "Billythebubble" 18th Sep 2017
Very coincidental, I was planning to buy one of these of amazon few days back and was put off by the price. I just ordered one. Thanks
folding is nice --- always maim myself on my non folding one when i root around in my tool box
Back in stock at £5.49.
Ordered
gbrandwood28 s ago

Yet to find anything this will actually cut through


Eh, plasterboard?
Stanley Fatmax 1-79-215 Rucksack - was £80.95 now £29.99 @ Amazon (Prime exclusive)
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Dimensions: 36 x 54 x 23 cm Tools back pack on wheels this combines a mix of on wheels and on back carriage for easy and convenient tool transporting Removable divider with multi… Read more
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Just out of stock but can still be ordered at 29.99
Banned
£44 now
How are those wheels not going to be agonisingly uncomfortable against your back? What a weird design for a tool bag!
[Prime only] Stanley 195611 Fatmax Tool Backpack, £18.50 @ Amazon
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Stanley FatMax Tool BackpackThis Stanley FatMax backpack is made of heavy duty 600 denier fabric for long lasting durability. It features rigid waterproof plastic base which protec… Read more
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I've just received an alert that the price is now back at £18.50.
Mines 'preparing for dispatch' and arriving tomorrow apparently
I've had one of these for two years and it's been faultless. I now use it for power tools and check it in at airports and not one rip or tear in two years...
TerryFen9 h, 23 m ago

For info I ordered the £11 Stanley toolbox …For info I ordered the £11 Stanley toolbox (https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/stanley-195617-metal-plastic-toolbox-26-inch-11-prime-exclusive-amazon-1-2-months-delivery-2776015) through Amazon Prime with 1-2 month delivery on July 8....I'm still waiting for it, with regular updates from Amazon saying its delayed.

I ordered mine on the 27th of June and it was delayed a few times but it came on the 30th of august it was a ball ache
For info I ordered the £11 Stanley toolbox (hotukdeals.com/dea…015) through Amazon Prime with 1-2 month delivery on July 8....I'm still waiting for it, with regular updates from Amazon saying its delayed.
STANLEY FATMAX DEEP PRO ORGANISER was £19.99 NOW £14.99 Screwfix Click&Collect
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Bought two the other week off ebay for £17.99 each and though that was a good deal. Neat storage, stackable and lock on top of each other if needed as well. A good bit of kit for … Read more
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As for price, these are a fair bit, and you might want the shallow pro organiser as well, but should last for years. Worth paying £10-£20 more for something decent that's going to last, unless you need loads of them are just going to chuck them around. Building up quite a Stanley FatMax collection.
Worth noting the one from amazon should have metal clips and waterproof seal - although it's gone up in price now unfortunately.

Maybe can put a price match in?

I didn't realise there were two versions, so will get the one with the metal clasps instead I think.
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Picked up my 2 today, plastic clips confirmed but still feels as solid as ever. Time will tell but I'm still happy!
Does it fit Dewalt TSTAK series?
othen38 m ago

That is a good comment, first hand experience is always best. I have some …That is a good comment, first hand experience is always best. I have some of the cheaper ones that I use for storing nuts, bolts, heat shrink, electrical connectors &c. I've used them for years, but I don't open them very often (certainly not daily, probably once or twice per month when I'm looking for an elusive fastener) so perhaps that is why they have not cracked. I suppose it might be worth buying the more expensive ones such as in this post if one used them more frequently, but £15 still sounds a lot for a plastic box (and like you I only paid about £3 for the cheaper ones some time ago).


Basically what I am using them for, stuffed with the various stainless screws and bolts + anchor bolts I bought over the past couple of years from screwfix, the one that cracked did so putting another on top not quite lining up, it was a warm day so I was rather miffed, understandable with cold cheap plastic but they had at the time discontinued that one. so a bit of gaffer tape fixed it
It's that damned middle clip that annoys me the most, I know it is there to stop the content falling out if you forget to close the 2 main clips but it never wants to let go without a fight!
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Stanley FatMax Li-Ion 1.5Ah Drill and Impact Driver 10.8V + £5 Argos Voucher for next shopping £65.99
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A versatile kit for a variety of drilling and screwdriving jobs. Featuring 20 torque settings, the drill delivers speed of 0 - 1200rpm and max drilling capacity of 25mm into wood a… Read more
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Used a Fatmax impact screwdriver to screw a very large wooden patio together, really good stuff, would recommend it.
I got these. The normal drill puts screws in easier than the impact one. Thought the point of these was so the impact goes in easier and quicker
It looks like the odd stores are still getting them in on a day to day basis, or may people aren't collecting their reservations. I managed to reserve one at Burnley last night.
If you're looking one keep checking local stock a few times a day.
If anyone has a spare reservation in Glasgow or surrounding area and has changed their mind give me a shout
Managed to grab one. I'm happy!
Stanley Fatmax Brushless Cordless Hammer Drill 2x 18v 2.0ah Batteries £89.99 @ Argos
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Cracking price for a cracking drill. Brushless motor, 2x 2.0ah Batteries, charger, carry case. £105 in B&Q This hammer drill is perfect for all levels of DIY users. The comp… Read more
Aparantly this expired days ago. It's £95 now.
This expired days ago. It's £95 now.
Now increased in price slightly
dozstanford2 m ago

I stand corrected, when I googled the specs for both drills to get Torque …I stand corrected, when I googled the specs for both drills to get Torque and drilling dimensions I found not mention of either being brushless but now that I google "stanley fatmax combi drill brushless", it does indeed appear to be, my appologies.



LOL - Thanks. I just wanted to clarify for others too. I have it reserved to pick up this afternoon. I guess I'm going to be decking this bank holiday weekend!!!
dozstanford19 h, 16 m ago

Not really comparable.....FatmaxNumber of batteries: 2 batteries Amp …Not really comparable.....FatmaxNumber of batteries: 2 batteries Amp rating: 2AhVoltage: 18VCharge time: 1.5 hoursNo load speed: 0-1500rpmTorque settings:22Max masonry drilling capacity: 13mmMax wood drilling capacity: 35mmMax Torque: 57 NmGearbox Housing: All metal gearboxMakitaBattery Quantity: 2Batteries Amp rating: 1.3ahVoltage: 14.4vCharging Time: 60minMax. in masonry: 10mmMax. in steel: 10mmMax. in wood: 25mmMax Torque: 30 NmThe Fatmax is the more capable drill, the Makita is smaller and lighter. If you want an all purpose drill as capable of screwing as drilling brick then the Fatmax is the obvious choice, if you were more inclined to flatpack construction or light duty work then the Makita is all the drill you need.For the record I believe the Makita has has an all metal gearbox, but neither are brushless...obviously considering the price.



Hi there - I'm pretty sure this Stanley one is brushless. It's one of the main reasons I'm thinking of buying it. Apart from the other stuff you list?
Stanley FatMax 26 toolbox £11  (Prime) / £15.75 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Same deal as before (expired) but now non prime free delivery for £20 orders. Ordered 2 so lets wait for September
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Well, I ordered 18 Aug and just got today 1 Dec. At 11 quid each I got two. To all the naysayers out there I would just like to say.... ha
Edited by: "GaryDIY" 1st Dec 2017
got mine too!
got mine just now after complaining yesterday plus got £5 off next purchase and extra months prime
They are only still offering with 1 to 2 month delivery, same as when I ordered.
iggyfox20 m ago

Ordered a month ago, will wait, had to wait up to 6 months for a bargain …Ordered a month ago, will wait, had to wait up to 6 months for a bargain with one order, they tried to get me to cancel with delay emails but percivered and got delivery eventually, just surprised this is still advertised at £11?

Yeah that was my issue, I don't mind a delay, but to continue selling it when they cannot fulfill their existing orders, I was not happy with
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