All Garage Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2018
Great Find Ordered 1 Thank You
Ordered because £9 ones when oos this morning, stocked up on baby toys for my 3 week old when older
Missed out on the 8.90 cos I started to browse lol found this instead. Ordered then start browsing again
Brilliant already got one so good to me.
Bargain.... Ordered thanks
Thanks OP, great find! 8)
Cheers OP .... Grabbed the freebie on my way out!
Not sure to be honest, I would try giving them a call before going...
The photo is normally good, just bring it up on your phone and let them scan it to redeem
Do u need the physical voucher? Or they accept this photo?
hmm make sense (popcorn)
This information wasn't included in the original post. You still have to click to find out where the Business Show actually is. London's a big place. Note that even you've had to google 'Excel London', not just 'London'. 'London' alone is not enough information. The original post does not include enough information to avoid someone needed to click the link to find out where it's located.
You still have to click to find out where it's actually located. The location (as in the venue) should be included in the post. Just saying London is not enough information or you wouldn't have people asking where it's located...
Yes it is. London is the location. Excel is the venue (y)
I see OP has changed the title lol
The brexit school of economics i reckon 😄
https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/683051/UK_Statisticson_Waste_statistical_notice_Feb_2018_FINAL.pdf "The UK recycling rate for Waste from Households(WfH; including IBA metal) was 45.2% in 2016," "In 2016, 71.4% of UK packaging waste was either recycled or recovered compared to 64.7% in 2015. This exceeds the EU target to recycle or recover at least 60% of packaging waste. " checks out, although thats household waste only, where did you get 10%?
Where the hell you get those figures from? We recycle just about 10% of everything in this country.
Overall about 45% of recyclable rubbish is recycled in the UK, and about 57% of plastic bottles are recycled in the UK. Or were you asking about America?
Further reductions down to 10p today
Further reduced to 10p today
There's a lot of people coming here now trago mills is open
Yeah I might but it’s a 40 min drive and I might have people passing.
Why don't you get them? :/
They’re nicely balanced with the 5ah, I’ve found the 2.5ah lighter but more top heavy on the drill
Are these quite big/heavy to hold if using a lot?
Wow, quite a deal. I paid £148 for the bare tool and I've not seen it as cheap since. So with 2 x 5Ah batteries and a charger that's a great price. For DIY use you probably don't need 5Ah batteries - I use 2Ah batteries in mine and it's never run out on me.
https://www.toolsense.co.uk/dewalt-dck699m3t-18-v-cordless-kit-6-piece.html You need this then (highfive)
Having just taken my suspension apart on my Transporter I want one. However this is a bit pricey for DIY.
OP, please expire - the price has been £3X.XX for a while now.
A thin strip of wood along the back of the door, held down with three screws into the floor. Problem solved.
Unless you have a completely smooth garage floor forget this, i have a semi smooth concrete floor, followed instructions, wire brushed the floor, but its packaged rolled up and both sides curve away from the floor, even if you try and flex it the other way before you stick it down, when you stick the garage door side down the other side just lifts. I now have a stick black line along my garage floor and a big bit of rubber in the bin, at least i only wasted £15.
When I looked earlier today it was £33.42 so I ordered it from B&q. Just checked and it is £15.50 again.
does this come up on sale often?? Was going to order last night but forgot ;-(
In case anyone is wondering about compatibility - I replaced my ML850. The main box, rail/belt and header bracket all differed slightly needed swapping over for the newer version. It was not a straight swap, everything was slightly different, even down to the shorter length of the power lead (which has an EU plug on the amazon.de version). About as not a straight swap as it could get. I was able to reuse my canopy arm, and the safety beam sensors. The old remotes aren't compatible (I've yet to test the old numeric keypad but suspect nothing wireless form the old system will work with the rolling codes of the new model) and the wired panel probably could be reused, but has been replaced with a wireless version. I might try reusing the old wired panel inside the garage and using the wireless one mounted inside the house.
If in any doubt about whether you'd stick with your purchase, you might be better ordering at the higher price from Amazon UK rather than worrying about international returns. Once installed I'm confident you'd find it a reliable piece of kit, they're a good brand - I'm not worried about having to return it later on under warranty.
It took me a few hours to fit. You need to fit a bracket above your garage door, either on the wall or to a solid part of the ceiling, so if you have a metal lintel over it then that takes some effort to mount to. You also need to suspend the main part of the door opener machinery from the ceiling a few metres away from the door. This is the Chamberlain distributor's webpage and they have guidance on door types. http://www.easygates.co.uk/garage-door-types.asp If you have a "canopy" door then you need a canopy adaptor which is another £80 or so. I have a canopy door, but already own the adaptor - but because these door types are a little harder to move fully open, I went for the "Premium" opener rather than the lower powered "Comfort" model. I used to have a ML850 (850 Newtons) which just about managed to pull my canopy door up enough - I wouldn't want to trust a lower-powered 700N "Comfort" to do the job. Even if it managed it, the motor probably wouldn't live as long. The Premium has a 7 year motor guarantee and is 1000N. The Chamberlain technical support is very very good and they may be able to assist any enquiry. It's not ultra-easy installation in all scenarios, but should be OK for a competent DIYer. Much depends on whether you have ceiling joists in the right place, or are happy to improvise a bit tog et things lining up.
How easy are these to DIY? Also, can they fit on every type of door or only specific types?
Excellent. I have a Chamberlain ML 850 that I fitted 12 years ago, used daily and still going strong.
Obligatory warning that Wickes will never stop spamming you with texts and emails if you give them to them. They don't honour opt-out requests.
Probably if things are already on sale.
Just tried to apply it to some flooring (£380) and it says "We're sorry but your voucher code has not been applied.". The flooring is 40% off so wonder if that's why? The T&Cs don't seem to rule out sale items though?
Thanks Op (y)
I've got one it's excellent for changing suspension, springs etc Saved me more than a few scuffed knuckles (cheeky) Well worth £30 in my opinion
Have seen it, not as big as my clarke but less than 1/2price...
Where does the £52.37 come from OP? Proof or it's cold! ;)
Least you could have done was to vote me hot. Come onnnnnn
Fine for wheelnuts but if you're using on suspension or crankpulley kind of stuff then ime these Lidl ones just aren't upto the task. We've been using a cheapo Clarke similar to (might actually be) this for many years and not failed us yet. It depends what you expect from it so long as you have realistic expectations for £30. Depending on what you already have they do get in 18v cordless ones which I think they were £40 last time and not much different powerwise between them iirc. Or just get yourself a decent 1/2 breaker and some impact sockets. (strong)
Screwfix also offering a steel bow saw for £2.49 so you can test it yourself! https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/forge-steel-bow-saw-24-610mm-249-screwfix-2907385
Securing the dungeon.
On hand for what?
Also larger sizes, and some steal and brass ones. These are also on buy 5 save an additional 10%, so worth buying a variety of sizes to keep on hand
Hide yo' kids and hide yo' wives!
Good price thanks
Sorry if I'm being a bit thick... but where's the jump? EDIT: Just watched the video which shows you the jump, it's not eactly the Evel Knievel style jump I had in mind! :) It seems to get good reviews however and for the price I'm sure it will keep kids entertained.
A few cans still left at Tesco Frien Barnet on North Circular Road. Advertised as half price for £2.75 as per the image.
450ml in b and m for £1
Can confirm this for Tesco Bellshill too. On the shelf for £5.50 but scanning at £2.75. Nice find!
It is in Batley Tesco for a half price
Does anyone have a photo of the barcode please
You loose 1% in light and other internal losses. But electric heaters are generally known to be 100% efficient...... but I was covering off the smart arse who would mention the light and the wire resistance 😊
Do these need to be wired in please?
I'd say 100% efficent.
was £ 19,95 in my local homebase (Washington) but checked price and came up as £6.50, so bought two for my garage workshop, instant heat just for as long as I need it
Picked 2 up today. Looks like this is their normal price though but still useful to have in the garage
My friend has just been and managed to still get one so there may be additional stock
Grrrrr. (mad) (mad) (mad)
Bargain got ours for 37 on amazon just before Christmas and so pleased with it x
None left, saw a chap checking out with 3 (mad)
It’s a lot of plastic. You’ll need somewhere to put it.
Very nearly ordered then realised it doesn't have the table that usually comes with it, still excellent price if you don't want or need the table
Had my eye on this track since before Xmas. Heat added. Bargain price!