I bought a pair from Screwfix and although I'm a medium usually, I had to get large because their sizes changed. Just be careful to choose the right size which will be difficult because it's not like shoes!
All Garden Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2020
I bought the cuprinol one last summer and used the ronseal garden stuff in it. Sprayed fine and really easy to control. It isn't like spray paint, it's more like a line of paint it sprays out that you can leave as a thick coating, or can brush as you go. So rather than keep dipping a brush, the paint is always on the brush/fence. It's a hell of a lot faster than normal painting. Just be careful at the tops of fences (just use the brush - don't spray) and be careful at holes in the fence. I forgot about the holes, and realised afterwards when the neighbours blue car was covered in dried red splodges.
Tell them it's cows juice and helps fight covid haha :D (y) XD
In that case, but two.. one for each hand (lol)
That’s okay I don’t like my neighbours. (y)
Last I heard my brother was trying to get more fence paint and struggling to find any..I'll ask him. If he replies (it's a bit late), I'll edit this post. Edit: Bit of a non-answer I'm afraid: "Not yet. As our fence is facing onto other neighbours fences mostly there’s only certain bits we can use it on". He did ask me to buy it! (embarrassed)
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bestway-Splash-Play-Three-Paddling/dp/B00FO70GG2/ Bestway is £6.99 (from Amazon). Slightly bigger as well.
Still showing as £9.98 for me in browser. And I'm at "payment and billing"
Thanks grfan. This showed as £4.99 postage until I went right through to the final purchase stages.....it then showed as free postage!!! So £4.99 total, including postage.
£2.99 postage?? Says it’s £4.99 for a total of £9.98
Thanks OP. £7.95 for delivery??? I think that's one step too far. Where is this coming from? Italy?
£60.71 delivered @ amazon hotukdeals.com/deals/flymo-easimo-electric-wheeled-lawn-mower-900-w-cutting-width-32-cm-3475375
Great price ideal for small areas
It's not £54 delivered, it's £54 if you click and collect. Need to change the info on this.
£1.99 for me.
Why do you vote cold on every book published in the US? It made no sense when you did it for recipe books, but it makes even less sense here. As a farmer yourself you should know that it makes absolutely no difference what wood you build your raised beds from, and potatoes in Britain grow in the same way as potatoes in the US.
Rubbish - no ideas on plants or how to grow
Thanks for the tip. (y)
whats happened to lawn mowers these days... i bought a similar flymo r320 in 2015 for £32 from homebase....... (on offer) nowadays cant get one cheaper than 50 quid (and thats not even flymo.... some other brand)!
I also have this .I also bought same price a year ago form amazon. Its ok for a medium size garden.
Had this for 7 years. Used every week from March til October, covering both grass areas of our garden, circa 25sqm and 60sqm and has failed on 2 occasions - one, because I ran the cable over on day 1 of use, which was easily fixed, and two, the blade bent after I skelped a large boulder, again, fully expected and resolved with a new blade. 3 blades, £12 off Amazon - just had a new one put on today. Can't say what the problem could be; no issues here. Incidentally, paid £60 for it with a free Flymo strimmer which also still works, albeit underpowered for going through much long grass.
Just read reviews looks terrible 😣 cancelled my order
Here we go again...
Dunno, but I’ll have some of that ta
Sold out now
There's an Ebay seller doing 12kg bags for £17.99 delivered. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/12kg-Boxed-Premium-Restaurant-Grade-Lumpwood-BBQ-Barbeque-Natural-Charcoal/264731606810 No idea what they're like though.
My supplier of choice must lobby them to sell "restaurant grade " though
I'm sure there will be some who will try to trim down their 'corona' hair!!!
First time buyers is another word for saying it is absolute garbage
NB Mini Trim is not for personal use
It seems okay to me; but it's a bit condescending assuming 'first time buyers' will only have a small garden!
Avoid the break down frequently
Coolshop.co.uk £413, Candor services £400, amazon £387, northwestpowerwashers.co.uk £349, toolstation £389 etc... some of these dont come wi the patio cleaner but it doesnt cost much more. Yes this deal might be one of the cheapest but it isnt much less than the average price.
Is that for this model or the e series? Haven't found any of this model for less than 429
Price seems average. quite a few places sell it at this price or a tad more altho some sell it for a lot dearer. But i wouldnt call this a good deal??
Says out of stock but delivery within 7 days can be added to basket
Lasts much longer and easier to use than cheaper alternatives. Used from Tesco and it lasted only one season (use about once a week from May - Aug). My Weber started still going after 2 years.
RRP is vastly exaggerated, even Weber are quoting it as £28.99 rrp https://www.weber.com/GB/en/accessories/cooking/charcoal-briquettes-and-accessories/17631.html
Not Rust. Went through 2 rubbish cheap ones with wobbly handles and rusty in weeks. Had the Weber 3 years now. False economy buying the cheap ones. Edit, bigger too, so can start more fuel Edit 2, not burn your hands due to extra handle and extended main one
Do they not also 'sound' horrendous when it rains/hailstones?
Had one of these for about 7 years now . Put a good membrane down and no trouble with condensation. it is low at the eaves but serves its purpose i dont know anyone who stands near the eaves of a shed anyway they usually have things stacked against the side or a workbench along the side that being said dont get any ideas of doing any work above your head :). The worse thing is the doors they are rubbish on sliders that come out of the runner all the time. But for the price they are great value for money just do a bit of research on laying a base(Also they dont come with a floor like a wooden shed usually does).
I have a 10x12 yardmaster one took 2 people a few hours to put up, we used roofing gortex ( leftover from house build) at the bottom with the box in came in on top then carpet left overs on top) metal shelves from IKEA, and they are bullet proof.. All the stuff that we had stored has NEVER had any mould or smell or anything wrong with it.. Wind snow or rain and after 10 years we needed to move it.. emptied everything out and picked it up (4 people) and moved it to new location in garden and no issues.. Try and do that with a wooden one after 10 years..
And they then use the same screwdriver for stirring the paint and don't wipe it off after, which really annoys me... Sorry, rant over!
Condensation...start to leak...runners on door poor...list gies on. Don't waste yoyr money,save a little more and buy a wooden one! Talking from experience!
Very heavy and parts availability??
Shouldn't be cutting hedges until August
LOL! - could do the next street over with these!
It’s very light to be fair when you factor in the 600m blade length :D
That is quite heavy. I have the 2-stroke Stihl Combi unit and with the hedge cutting attachment it weighs less than 7kg, and that gets heavy by the end of the day. This one is a lot shorter though, so as long as you are not stretching too much it should be ok for small hedges :D
Also, they say they'll add £1 for postage, but they don't seem to add it at the checkout page?
Well, the best deal is physically going to Sainsbury's I think, as you get extra seeds...
Yes, sorry. I was going by some of the comments above which was for a different deal. Your deal is the best deal.
Gloves are included with this deal (confused)
Also available here - https://www.newsstand.co.uk/138-Gardening-Magazines/3577-Subscribe-to-BBC-GARDENERS-WORLD-Magazine-Subscription.aspx More expensive at £7.77, but looks like gloves are included from the image.
I thought it was carp bait.
By the looks of the ingredients the reason you want to keep eating more could be the added MSG. (And this seller is doing £10 per kg)
Love this it’s in the tex mex snack pack in Lidl .(69p at till)Only problem is you could eat hem all night.
This stuff is nice but deadly for your teeth
I have the same issue with the qualcast. I noticed Aldi sell a battery that looks identical to the qualcast - has anyone tried it?
I have this. Its excellent. The comments regarding this being rubbish are completely false and are either down to user or individual product error. No issues at all with this, it's powerful enough to cut very long grass, flexible and manoeuvrable to for small and awkward patches and can cut a decent size lawn easily in one charge. If you have bought into the ryobi system then this is a no brianer however if you have no other ryobi products then I'd recommend the ferrex one from aldi based solely on price
Make sure you can buy replacement batteries. Brought a Qualcast from Homebase and they do not sell replacement batteries
Total rubbish bought this last year used once
I have this, it works great and I can cut around 100m2 of grass with 50% left in the 4 Ah battery.
Good stuff and hot 🥵 🔥 for sure if you fight it up😜
Me too. I normally use Weber briquettes so it’s taken some getting used to but I’m pleased so far.
Got the 15kg bag of Big K stuff from Morrisons yesterday after it was mentioned on here. Some good deals in Morrisons!
Bought! Cheers for the post (y)
Polystyrene Fixed my post
These look great, but I’d want to view them in person where possible, about 2 hours from me though
Got 2 wooden sheds and a metal shed . Currently the wooden sheds are starting to rot . The metal one was installed on a concrete hard standing. I then built a wooden platform on top of the concrete which it’s been attached to . I have ventilation in the metal shed and it doesn’t suffer from condensation. Only thing I would advise is to use nuts and bolts when putting it together and not use the flimsy screws supplied. The wooden sheds are filled with spiders and a wasps nest. The 15mm tongue and groove-walls let in the water on the wooden sheds like a sieve. Shed builders need to get their act together and start producing sheds with vertical spars- not horizontal.
(:I Thank you for the feedback.
That’s how Go Outdoors works unfortunately. £5/year membership required to buy their products at the discounted prices.
every time i try to buy it adds a discount card for £5 pushing the price up ,driving me nuts ,iremove and again on checkout it adds the fiver back on (fierce)
There needs to be a spin off website “Cheap UK Deals” so that everyone who wants cheap rubbish can hang out there. Then decent deals on quality goods won’t get consistently buried on HUKD.
Not sure why this is cold. • Order 5 for free delivery • Click and collect any amount This is a great price for a great product and wouldn't cook 'low and slow' with anything else. The difference in price per kg is a false saving by the quantity you need to purchase and also the time spent adjusting for cooling and heating.
My two-pennies as a hobbyist: I have done a number of smokes these past couple of years with a slow n sear on my Weber kettle 54. about 1.5 - 2kg of these briquettes give you around 6-8 hours of cooking time at 200-350F. I did a 2kg Chuck last weekend high and fast in 5 hours. I closed the vents down to starve the remaining briquettes of oxygen. When I checked later, I still have about 1/3 of my slow n sear filled with briquettes. So yes, I trust Weber because of the consistency of cooking times and temperatures. I've also never had a bad experience with flavour, even if they are a little pricier than the cheaper brands. This is quality stuff. Highly recommended.