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Karrimor RP2 Running Pack - Platypus hydration system £26 + £4.99 del at Sports Direct
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Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Karrimor RP2 Running Pack The Karrimor RP2 Running Pack is is perfect for your next long running sessions, designed with a large main compartment coupled with zip and open mesh poc… Read more
rourkey3

Didn't know that, thanks for the info. Sorry you have been unlucky with your karrimor kit. You're right a lot of it is poor quality and pretty much useless. But not all of it, some of it just works

DanDare

Your sabre rucksack is made by Karrimor SF, a diiferent company to Karrimor. Karrimor stuff is generally tat - I have bought a few things in the past, such as shoes and backpack, but have had poor experiences and would not buy again.

rourkey3

I can only go off what I have used myself. I have a couple of bomb proof karrimor tents, sleeping bags I'm more than happy with, cracking trekking poles and a rucksack ( the sabre) that is as good as any out there. They do £5 head torches and compasses that are just useless, but if you pay £5 for safety kit then you're doomed anyway.

blake_7

Fair enough. I just wonder how much of that faith is down to your association with the brand (ie. a previously high quality UK manufacturer).

rourkey3

I know what you mean but I do think they have a bit of a higher spec range in the hiking kit that is as good as you need it in the UK. I wouldn't worry about their sleeping bags or rucksacks letting me down.

Karrimor/GoSystem Mighty Lite Camping Gas Lantern £8.00 including delivery @ Hamilton Gas Products.
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Posted 20th FebPosted 20th Feb
Karrimor/GoSystem Mighty Lite Camping Gas Lantern £8.00 including delivery @ Hamilton Gas Products.
A gas powered small camping lantern with a 50 watt output will give you proper light when you are outdoors. I think this is a great price for camping gas powered lantern. The lamp … Read more
pwel

Agree, used to do a lot of 2-3 day hiking/climbing/camping summer trips, a head torch, and the plastic bottle-mobile phone trick for lighting, a jetboil for cooking, were good enough for me...I don't know for long term camping in colder weather...if you already carrying a compatible gas cartridge for cooking, maybe there is a use for this too, at least looks cosy when on...

bazpoint

I'm guessing you haven't bought LEDs for a while. In fact I bet you still have old style incandescents in all your fixtures at home because "they're a better quality light".... 5 years ago maybe - times & tech move on. As for camping solutions, let's do some maths: The gas lamp from the OP - no weight given, but I'm gonna (very) generously guess it at 150g. Coleman 440g EN417 cartridge - the cheapest per-weight you can get - 596g gross weight. So that's approx 750g total (obviously going down as you use it), giving you approx 13 hours run time (using figure from product details page), and costing £6 for each refill. Obviously you could use smaller cartridges, but runtime would reduce and cost would increase. Alternatively.... The excellent Luminoodle LED string light - can be used as a lantern in its diffuser bag, or strung along a tent pole, or whatever. 118g. Anker Powercore 10000mAh. 180g. Total weight 300g (less than half the gas option). Runtime from full charge = 30 hours++ Cost to recharge - pennies. Also can use to charge whatever else, and as an excellent charger away from the campsite. Obviously more expensive initial investment but becomes the cheaper option after no more than about 50 hours runtime (and that's with the giveaway price of the OP, and assuming the user takes the cheapest possible cartridges). Plus the LED option is far more flexible, practical and safe. I know which I'd choose. edit: just saw there is a weight for the gas lamp - 172g - told you I was generous. That means that even with the lightest 100g (approx 180g gross) cartridge it's still heavier than the electric option. And that's at £4.50 per 5 hours runtime.

slevinkelevra

Nice as a novelty then really was wondering how useful it would be on a bike tour for weeks of camping but would guess this would be very expensive and unpractical, the cooking stoves I think are what would be useful on tour when using equipment that uses fuel

SixtyFive

Led lights are poor quality lights that have no spread at all. This is a small compact light weight item & far better than any led light & MUCH lighter in weight.

pwel

I used to have a similar thing many years ago, from what I remember more than couple of hours, 3-5h I would say depending of the brightness, but yeah, pretty much obsolete nowadays with the use of led lights...the only use I can think of, is to keep warm the inside of a small tent in extreme conditions, keeping in mind the fire and carbon monoxide risk involved...

Walking shoes - Karrimor Traveller, Men’s Traveller III - Size 6 - £8 Prime / £12.49 Non Prime at Amazon
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Posted 14th JanPosted 14th Jan
Walking shoes - Karrimor Traveller, Men’s Traveller III - Size 6 - £8 Prime / £12.49 Non Prime at Amazon
Free postage with prime Cheapest it has ever been at £8 Only size 6 £24+ everywhere else
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perkypig

(y)

ellie27

Perfect, best £8 shoes ever! We'll see if they last!

perkypig

….did they fit? ;-)

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thecresta

Me too, lasted many, many hiking trips over the same period, still going strong. Gutted the standards have lowered.

Karrimor sabre trail men’s shoes £21.79 @ Sweatshop
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Posted 31st Dec 2019Posted 31st Dec 2019
Karrimor sabre trail men’s shoes £21.79 @ Sweatshop
Shoe cost £21. Use code NEWYEAR to get further 20% discount then add £4.99 for postage. The Original price of £99 is inflated but they sell on amazon and other sites reduced to £49… Read more
jonnyclewlow

Bought my Karrimor boots 3 years ago. Used loads including a marathon walk. Still going strong and plenty of life left in them. £24 well spent back then.

ansonuk1

Note 20% NEWYEAR code was only valid 31 Dec and 1 Jan

moonmonkey

Got mine in. Seem v good quality to me. Done 10k on a muddy trail yesterday and were very comfy.

AsManThinketh

Any more codes? My pair arrived today, very happy with them, comfortable and feel robust (y) 🏻 I want to order another pair but that code has expired for me (fierce) cheers

JonoOfThrace

Be aware that Karrimor is not the high quality, trustworthy, brand it once was. I believe the name was bought by SportsDirect and now they churn out trash. Avoid.

KARRIMOR Ocelot Walking Shoes Mens MSRP £50.99 C&C/Delivered @ Sports Direct
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Posted 15th Nov 2019Posted 15th Nov 2019
KARRIMOR Ocelot Walking Shoes Mens MSRP £50.99 C&C/Delivered @ Sports Direct
The frosty/icy weather is here so it might be worth while getting a pair of walking boots for some added grip during the winter period. There are many other shoes from karrimor an… Read more
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jsoap

..and the policy of only issuing credit notes for shop bought returns

madmick666

Karrimor used to be an awesome brand, well made and good value. Unfortunately they were bought out and ruined. I still have a fleece that's at least 30years old from the original brand. Shame that it was ruined

Technoman2

Another badged up pile of poo from SD. As said previously the advertised price is a joke. Below is a list of brand names that SD now own so they can have stuff made cheap in china , indonesia, india and badge /brand it up with these names. Oh and dont get me started on their £4.99 click and collect charge or Buy a carrier bag for £1.99 https://www.followfollow.com/forum/threads/retailers-and-brands-owned-by-sports-direct.82687/

sedrate

I would echo caution on Karrimor bottom end Sports Direct brand! The waterproof membrane is unknown but it has a vibram sole? Getting a good product is pot luck.Better products Merrell will cost £20 or so more.No bargain then at £50.

Bob_Tomato

Karrimor is a brand owned by Sports Direct. You might want to read the reviews before buying. That said when on deal they aren’t bad value for money. I think I must be a label snob as I would be ok wearing Karrimor shoes but not ones if they were branded ‘Sports Direct’... or is that just me?

Karrimor Bodmin Low IV weathertite, Men’s Bodmin Low 4 weathertite from £25.67 @ Amazon
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Posted 29th Jun 2019Posted 29th Jun 2019
Karrimor Bodmin Low IV weathertite, Men’s Bodmin Low 4 weathertite from £25.67 @ Amazon
Outer Material: Leather Inner Material: Manmade Sole: Gum Rubber Closure: Lace-Up Shoe Width: Regular Dynagrip outsole
Gazz59

OUCH just selected size 12, and the price jumped to :£39.95 & FREE Delivery in the UK.

bluetba

I have these for waking the dog and are fantastic, I can walk for hours, my feet stay dry, but amazingly cool during this current hot weather. shame only size 6 at this price.

Waterlogged

As Weathertite as a sibh...

redscot

I have 2 pairs of these and they are comfy and ok for the price. The biggest issue I have with them is that the metal eyelets cut through the laces very quickly, you can feel the roughness on the inside of the eyelet metal.

sane4sure

Crap since Mike Ashley / Sports Direct took over.

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Karrimor Mens Hot Route Mid Walking Boots Lace Up Breathable Waterproof Leather - £49.49 at arcade-london eBay
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Posted 20th Jun 2019Posted 20th Jun 2019
Karrimor Mens Hot Route Mid Walking Boots Lace Up Breathable Waterproof Leather - £49.49 at arcade-london eBay
£49.49£109.9955%eBay Deals
The Karrimor Hot Route Walking Boots benefit from a Weathertite Xtreme (WTX) waterproof and breathable lining coupled with a premium Dynagrip Performance sole unit for all weather … Read more
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davidholbrookphotography

Salomon X Ultra 3 -these keep my feet dry in all weather and terrain

att_666

I have yet to find any boot that is waterproof when it comes to wet long grass....May as well go barefoot in the summer and wear wellies in the winter, job done.

lukasgfx

Comfy but unfortunately one season and they going to the bin. £50 sounds like a normal price.

woldranger

I've not bought any karimorr gear since they were taken over by a certain high street retailer - reports of the quality going massively downhill put paid to that. I think £50 would be the standard price.

Karrimor U-Bahn 20 L Backpack Black £7.06 (Prime) £11.55 (non-Prime) Delivered @ Amazon
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Posted 10th Apr 2019Posted 10th Apr 2019
Karrimor U-Bahn 20 L Backpack Black £7.06 (Prime) £11.55 (non-Prime) Delivered @ Amazon
£7.06£14.9953%Amazon Deals
Cheap for a 20 litre rucksack, cheapest it's been on Amazon: Not sure how long it'll last at this price knowing Amazon though...
omgpleasespamme

I have to say I thought it would be terrible; Karrimor is synonymous with crap in my opinion. However I clicked through to amazon and although it is tricky to tell from pictures alone it does seem like a lot of bag for £7.06. Edit: There's something screwy going on with the pricing. OP says it was £7.06. When I clicked through it was actually £7.01 and now it's showing £7.71.

Karrimor Casual Childrens Snow Boots @ Sports Direct for £17.99 delivered
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Posted 1st Mar 2019Posted 1st Mar 2019
Karrimor Casual Childrens Snow Boots @ Sports Direct for £17.99 delivered
Karrimor Casual Children's Snow Boots These Karrimor Casual Children's Snow Boots have been crafted with a faux fur lining for exceptional warmth, whilst WeatherTite technology ens… Read more
Redonkulous

Thanks

alfreer1

All true. Just need to guess what shoe sizes my kids will be needing in 9 months time :/

droitwichdosser

Remember karrimor are one of the many brands now owned by sports direct. Can’t imagine them ever being properly sold for the rrp. But on the other hand not a bad price for a pair of shoes

beaumoa

good spot

Karrimor K100 Backpack Jacket at Sports Direct for £34.98 delivered
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Posted 28th Jan 2019Posted 28th Jan 2019LocalLocal
Karrimor K100 Backpack Jacket at Sports Direct for £34.98 delivered
£34.98£12973%Sports Direct Deals
Standard delivery Using the standard service, your order should be with you within 4-5 working days. £4.99 International deliv… Read more
2facedshanks

Wow.A fool and their money as the old saying goes....

Sistuntii

I agree great for fancy dress if you go as quasimodo

Sistuntii

https://www.karrimor.com/karrimor-k100-backpack-jacket-608630

jumpinoffthbed

Would they have any of these in store so you can have a look at it?

2facedshanks

NEVER £129

Karrimor Bodmin Low 5 Ladies Weathertite Size 7 only £14.76 (prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 16th Oct 2018Posted 16th Oct 2018
Karrimor Bodmin Low 5 Ladies Weathertite Size 7 only £14.76 (prime) @ Amazon
...if someone could put the non-prime price ;-)
ethooo

you do like shoes! thx OP (pirate)

Batmobile543

Man you have searched the whole amazon in one day.

Karrimor Taransay Mid Weathertite (Tan, UK size 12 only) Free del. with £20 spend otherwise £4.49 @ Amazon
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Posted 21st Sep 2018Posted 21st Sep 2018
Karrimor Taransay Mid Weathertite (Tan, UK size 12 only) Free del. with £20 spend otherwise £4.49 @ Amazon
£18.91£10081%Amazon Deals
Karrimor Taransay Mid Weathertite. Only Tan UK 12 option at this price. I just bought a pair @£18.97 4 pairs left when I checked after buying. Good for Autumn/Winter, I'd imagin… Read more
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Toffeehammer

Thanks. Oh well - good while it lasted, I guess. If that's what people do (Swoop on the lot & flog them on ebay) then I think I'll stop posting them sort of deals. Not fair on people what might be struggling and could do with a deal like that. (annoyed) EDIT: Seems like the price went up with just one more pair bought. Dunno why they say '4 left' at the lower price. Weird. :/

amazoncrazy

OOS op probably an ebay thief.great post by the way (y)

zermattbusby

Tan 12 £100.00

amazoncrazy

(excited) (embarrassed) (cheeky)

Toffeehammer

Best not get too big for his boots on my thread (ninja) (excited)

Karrimor U-Bahn 20 at Amazon for £7.37 with Prime (£10.36 non Prime)
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Posted 30th Aug 2018Posted 30th Aug 2018
Karrimor U-Bahn 20 at Amazon for £7.37 with Prime (£10.36 non Prime)
Seems a good price for a 20L backpack.
crinklecutnose

20 minute sale

bobbitchin

Yup. Not cheap now.

yozzman1234

Needs expiring

7day

Must have been £2.37 sometime

yozzman1234

£13.02 now and I have prime ?

Karrimor Bodmin Low IV Weathertite, Men’s Bodmin Low 4 Weathertite Size 6 £19.05 @ Amazon
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Posted 9th Jul 2018Posted 9th Jul 2018
Karrimor Bodmin Low IV Weathertite, Men’s Bodmin Low 4 Weathertite Size 6 £19.05 @ Amazon
Sorry another size 6 best price deal. There are other sizes that are reasonable price but a bit more. Example below: Size 6.5 in Dark Brown for £21.98 on the same link Brown … Read more
bobbitchin

I bought mine past year. Lasted 1 month. Soles came apart. Rubbish.

Mud8oy

;)

jough

Bit of a pain having to buy 2 pairs tho :o

Mud8oy

Thanks Op perfect for dog walking! (y)

Stephen2407

I got some of these last year, they are comfy but not very breathable, just a warning!

Karrimor ladies walking boots at Amazon for £15.17 Prime (£17.16 non-prime)
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Posted 12th May 2018Posted 12th May 2018
Karrimor ladies walking boots at Amazon for £15.17 Prime (£17.16 non-prime)
Karrimor ladies walking boot - good reviews and seems like a decent price for a cheap pair of walking boots. I understand these are not tip top or boots of the highest quality but … Read more
anisas

Size 3 gone up. Great deal but too slow

angie55

Flipper feet, he he,

dewonderful

These boots were made for walking.... down to the off-license for a few cans, nothing more

Psychobunni

Great price! I needed some new walking shoes urgently last month and bought some karrimor ones as they were all that was available where I was. I was sceptical about the quality before buying as knew they were an SD brand but they were comfy from the first wear, waterproof, stable and served me well in the 50 miles of walking over a few days. No idea how long they will last but for the price they were much better than expected!

leeroy999

As I have said these are a budget boot and understand they wont be the highest of quality. I found them and felt it would be great to share the deal on the understanding some people may not have the funds to buy the best quality boots. If someone wears these over a pair of crappy trainers and reduces the risk of injury because they are wearing more appropriate footwear for walking, then I am happy I have passed the deal on to others - there are people that miss the point of HotUKdeals sometimes seem to post negativity for the sake of it.....not sure this is the case here? but I would rather take the opinions of the people who have actually purchased the said item, like those who have reviewed the actual product and given 4/5 stars on the amazon reviews. Yes some have had a bad time with these boots but generally people seem happy. I know which review I'd rather take on board.

Size 7.5 Karrimor Men’s Bodmin Hiking Boots for £18.69 (Prime) / £23.44 (non Prime) (size 12 also on offer in navy) @ Amazon
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Posted 11th May 2018Posted 11th May 2018
Size 7.5 Karrimor Men’s Bodmin Hiking Boots for £18.69 (Prime) / £23.44 (non Prime) (size 12 also on offer in navy) @ Amazon
£18.69£39.9953%Amazon Deals
A bit niche this one, perhaps, but I needed some hiking boots for my son and found these for a bargain price of £18.69. Looking at CamelCamelCamel the lowest they've been previousl… Read more
Toffeehammer

I had a pair of Karrimor Bodmin walking shoes that I bought in 2010, wore them every winter and only got rid a few weeks ago. If these are anywhere's near as comfortable or durable I won't complain. Far better than the regatta ones I paid more than double for; which developed a hole in the sole after only a fortnight.

shakeyjake66

Karrimor boots now made/owned by Sports Direct. You'll be lucky if they last a few months. Really poor quality compared to how Karrimor used to be. https://www.ukhillwalking.com/forums/gear/karrimor_walking_shoes-657457

Toffeehammer

Just got the 12's...@£20.67...Thanks very much!! (y)

S.c.0.TT.y

Great deal, shame they dont have the 10 on offer ;(

Karrimor Rapid Ladies Running Shoes at Sports Direct for £29.49 delivered
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Posted 22nd Apr 2018Posted 22nd Apr 2018
Karrimor Rapid Ladies Running Shoes at Sports Direct for £29.49 delivered
£29.49£5041%Sports Direct Deals
Here we have a decent pair of Ladies Karrimor running Shoes, sizes from 5-9 Pink Only @ £25
myusernamehasgone234

But aren’t Amazon just as bad to there staff and avoiding paying tax. But people don’t seem to hate and vote Amazon deal cold https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/timed-toilet-breaks-impossible-targets-11587888.amp https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/technology/2017/oct/04/amazon-eu-tax-irish-government-apple

666FU

This being cold is not because its from sports direct its because "decent" and Karrimor are not words that should be used together. Seriosly you can get a pair of proper running shoes for around £30 or even Lidl/ Aldi ones at half the pricve would be just as good as the Karrimor.

Gollywood

I know why (for me) https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/jmkemy/mike-ashley-sports-direct-select-committee

myusernamehasgone234

Yeah I was surprised. I don’t understand all the hate for sports direct myself.

M-M

I'm surprise with that deal and going by your comments on it, you were too, I'm also going to give their posts a wide berth, even though some of the deals are good for me, I'll keep them to myself as it seems like some people are offended by them.

Karrimor X Long Running Vest Ladies £4 @ Sports Direct
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Posted 15th Apr 2018Posted 15th Apr 2018
Karrimor X Long Running Vest Ladies £4 @ Sports Direct
Down to 4£ from only 24.99£ Find the ideal running comfort in this Karrimor X Long Running Vest, crafted with a crew neck and in a sleeveless design, with a built in mesh panelle… Read more
19DembaBa19

Yes I know what you mean

Gollywood

Sports Direct? Free anything? Good luck!

19DembaBa19

Isn’t it free collection and free delivery

Gollywood

What about the extra £4.99 p&p / C&C that Sports Direct impose?

Karrimor ladies 3 in 1 waterproof parka, save just over £100! - £32.99 + £4.99 P&P/C&C @ SportsDirect
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Posted 2nd Mar 2018Posted 2nd Mar 2018
Karrimor ladies 3 in 1 waterproof parka, save just over £100! - £32.99 + £4.99 P&P/C&C @ SportsDirect
RRP £139.99 Only available in xs (8) probably due to being last ones. if you order click and collect you get a £5 voucher (when collecting) to spend in store (it’s £4.99 Home or s… Read more
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LottieHooper

Well, despite them being a bunch of cowboys, and their products poorly made, I’ve been out in this with the wind and snow howling, it kept me toasty and that’s exactly what I wanted. Thanks indianajon for your kind words and fijwood for your helpful comment, I was not aware of that and wish I never bothered to post now! The post may be getting cold, but I sure as hell won’t be (lol)

sussexroyal

You could drape yourself in a copy of the Metro and it would look better and keep you drier. Sports Direct try to trick people by using bankrupt brand names as a cover for shoddy goods

indianajon

Don’t worry about the Sports Direct knockers Lottie, just ask them where they can get one for the same price that would be any better

fijwood

I have this has been that price 4 ever is waterproof and keeps you warm but u never post anything from sports Ditect on HDUK its gona get cold!!

Gollywood

Because its SportsDirect, don't expect it to keep your bits warm

Karrimor Long Down Jacket Ladies Sports Direct for £57.99 delivered
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Posted 26th Feb 2018Posted 26th Feb 2018
Karrimor Long Down Jacket Ladies Sports Direct for £57.99 delivered
Superb price drop £53.00 was supposedly £139.99.
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sixfingers

wenger out

Ivor.Temper

Even at this price its a rip off for a sleeping bag or a hot water tank blanket (devil)

jjsm639

Can't comment on the coat, but I wouldn't go anywhere near them cowboys aka sports direct.

Gollywood

Cold Should be 90% off for SportsDirect junk

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