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Land Rover Defender 6v Electric Ride on Car £50 Delivered / Mercedes SLS Ride On Car £20 Free C&C @ Halfords
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Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
Excellent price, dropped again from the previous offer of £60. Both C&C and delivery are free on this. Not sure I would look too great on it though... Might have to give it to … Read more
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maffeycourt6 m ago

Parts should be cheap if you have a prang.


Zak Dingle will be able to help, he's had one for years
Parts should be cheap if you have a prang.
Land Rover Defender 110 Roof Rack Top Rail - Less than 1/2 price! £70 was £150
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Roof rack for the venerable Land Rover Defender, carry large cargo safely and free up valuable cabin space with a roof rack and top rail. ...
RealDash17 h, 16 m ago

You sure this isnt just the top rail? Picture shows the rail, but the rack …You sure this isnt just the top rail? Picture shows the rail, but the rack looks greyed out...



The title suggests to me that is is the top rail, don't know where the OP gets the idea that the roof rack is included from. Searching online by part number just shows the rail too.
RealDash1 h, 57 m ago

You sure this isnt just the top rail? Picture shows the rail, but the rack …You sure this isnt just the top rail? Picture shows the rail, but the rack looks greyed out...


I ordered one for carrying a Thule box but now I think it’s the wrong thing. They’re a good company so I know they’ll swap it for the right thing if it’s not appropriate. Good deal.
excellent!! cheers!!
RealDash21 m ago

You sure this isnt just the top rail? Picture shows the rail, but the rack …You sure this isnt just the top rail? Picture shows the rail, but the rack looks greyed out...


thats what it looks like to me
Bought 5 for my fleet
ABS Modulator for Land Rover Freelander 1 £209.99 Inc postage at  Bearmach. Was £1399.99
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A bit of a niche one this but if you're after an ABS Modulator for the Land Rover Freelander 1 ... wish it had have been this price a few months ago when I needed one!
FocusST5 m ago

yes it has perfectly working indicators, unlike the Audi drivers round … yes it has perfectly working indicators, unlike the Audi drivers round here these days. Had 4 BMWs now (Mrs has a 3 series as well) and the dealer we use is awesome, customer service levels that Ford need to adapt. Could do with changing my username, not sure if you can though.



Since the new website update we've had the ability to change our usernames, once every 6 months I think it is. Just click profile>settings>change name.

I guess with BMW being a more prestige brand you'll get better service but that's reflected in the price I guess. Although Ford clearly weren't in your case ;).
.MUFC.2 h, 14 m ago

Assume BMW? Does it come with indicators?. You could change your username …Assume BMW? Does it come with indicators?. You could change your username on here btw ;).


yes it has perfectly working indicators, unlike the Audi drivers round here these days.

Had 4 BMWs now (Mrs has a 3 series as well) and the dealer we use is awesome, customer service levels that Ford need to adapt.

Could do with changing my username, not sure if you can though.
Random AF
FocusST9 h, 48 m ago

They said it was a wear and tear item as it was linked to the brake …They said it was a wear and tear item as it was linked to the brake system!! I was selling the car at that time and as well as that issue I also had badly worn inside front tyres due to the terrible quality front wishbones they used at the time where the bushes were oil filled and only lasted a year. Once the oil dried up the wishbones pulled in under normal driving effectively toeing in the front tyres which made them scrub badly.Tyres had only done 4k miles and I had to swap them both. Also needed the oil diaphragm doing so all in all it cost me £1750 just prior to selling. Quick ish car but had lots of issues and Ford were rubbish all the time. Glad I've found a decent brand of car now!!


Ford quite literally pulled your pants down and did you over. They had me in the past too. However once bitten twice shy as they say.
Pad and discs are consumables. Pumps, sensors, reservoirs etc are not.
FocusST9 h, 37 m ago

They said it was a wear and tear item as it was linked to the brake …They said it was a wear and tear item as it was linked to the brake system!! I was selling the car at that time and as well as that issue I also had badly worn inside front tyres due to the terrible quality front wishbones they used at the time where the bushes were oil filled and only lasted a year. Once the oil dried up the wishbones pulled in under normal driving effectively toeing in the front tyres which made them scrub badly.Tyres had only done 4k miles and I had to swap them both. Also needed the oil diaphragm doing so all in all it cost me £1750 just prior to selling. Quick ish car but had lots of issues and Ford were rubbish all the time. Glad I've found a decent brand of car now!!


Assume BMW? Does it come with indicators?. You could change your username on here btw ;).
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Land Rover Defender Electric Ride on Car Half Price £60 @ Halfords
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Land Rover Defender Electric Ride on CarEnsure your little one has hours of fun with the Land Rover Defender Electric Ride on Car . Featuring genuine Land Rover branding this ride… Read more
ScottyRankin125 h, 47 m ago

Stop insulting people


It's not intended as an insult, it's just my opinion. Like I said before, there is far worse said on here over sillier things. I just seem to spend a large part of my life listening to parents complaining how their children have turned into little monsters 'after everything they have done for them & spent on them' until eventually I 'flipped' if you like and mentioned how it was going to happen all over again with these toy cars. It's not like a make a habit of it, I'm not a troll, I post on here enough for you to see that, so if I do choose to express my opinion even if it's different from yours, then that is my right.
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toomanychoices9th Dec

Tommy? Is that a form of 'mate'?You didn't put it as a deal, you just …Tommy? Is that a form of 'mate'?You didn't put it as a deal, you just mentioned that you spent twice the price on your child.


Stop insulting people
What if it rains?
toomanychoices9 h, 28 m ago

Tommy? Is that a form of 'mate'?You didn't put it as a deal, you just …Tommy? Is that a form of 'mate'?You didn't put it as a deal, you just mentioned that you spent twice the price on your child.


That i did 2 months ago as that was from £240 to £120 not showing off trying to get presents for kids who want to spend a little more dunno what you problem is to be honest pipe down.
kickinkez11 h, 4 m ago

I guess that is why you are signed up to hot uk deals then tommy …I guess that is why you are signed up to hot uk deals then tommy 🤐🤐🤐 zip .



Tommy? Is that a form of 'mate'?
You didn't put it as a deal, you just mentioned that you spent twice the price on your child.
Corgi Land Rover Defender & RNLI Lifeboat Model £5.49 @ Toolstation
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Corgi Land Rover Defender & RNLI Lifeboat Model, only £5.49 collected from store, delivery free for orders over £10, otherwise add £5 ie cheaper to add £4.52 of goods! £1.43 f… Read more
Omg, thanks alot, i was planing to build a 1:72 scale rescue helicopter diorama, this will go well with it, even it is 1:76 scale.
Is this absolute tiny? Anyone have measurements?
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Do one what? The link doesn't work
ssc15 m ago

Do one.



ssc15 m ago

Do one.

nougat1 m ago

If you have found I have duplicated a deal please post the link and report …If you have found I have duplicated a deal please post the link and report it, otherwise don't waste my time with silly comments

Do one.
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ssc118 h, 39 m ago

Already posted.


If you have found I have duplicated a deal please post the link and report it, otherwise don't waste my time with silly comments
LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER EVOQUE  2.0 eD4 SE 5dr 2WD - LEASE £13630 @ All car leasing
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LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER EVOQUE DIESEL HATCHBACK 2.0 eD4 SE 5dr 2WD 48 month LEASE / PCH 5000 MILES £248pcm Inc VAT £1488 deposit Inc VAT £199 processing fee excluding VAT Approx … Read more
We got the same spec ED4 2017 model Evoque from select car leasing in September last year for c£800 down (3 months) and £257 a month for 48 months. 6,000 miles p.a. but a low penalty for going over £199 broker fee I recall. It is a good car with leather seats, touch screen stuff, automatic braking, keyless etc etc. comes with metallic and nice alloys as standard. service interval is 2 years 24,000 miles and you can buy a service pack that covers all servicing for £499. overall we are very happy with the car, no problems. better than the Freelander 2 it replaced. it is a very nice car for the money and people are flabbergasted when we tell them what the monthly cost is. This is a similar deal.
Edited by: "4bsy" 6th Jun 2017
Slightly cheaper with 8k miles here: http://www.vehiclesforbusiness.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/land-rover/range-rover-evoque-4x4/range-rover-evoque-diesel-hatchback-20-ed4-se-5dr-2wd-185809996

Total cost equates to £280 per month for the term - £13,451 total.

£2103.93 inc VAT upfront
£233.77 inc VAT per month for 47 months
£360 inc VAT fee.

Seems like a good deal, though warranty is only 3 years, so final year could be costly if anything goes wrong.
Bertz99

I am not requesting you to respond and the value I added (and achieved) … I am not requesting you to respond and the value I added (and achieved) wasn't for your benefit.



Yet you responded to solely to something that I wrote.

It's almost as if you have nothing else better to do, Bertie.
robodob

By definition if there isn't a cheaper offer on this car then it's a … By definition if there isn't a cheaper offer on this car then it's a good deal. Regardless of personal opinions or anecdotal evidence of reliability. Adjust for mileage or paying the excess mileage is an option on this deal (stated) and the offer still seems reasonable with 10k. I would still like to see a better offer on a new EVOQUE, genuinely...



Sorry but I've got to say because there isn't a cheaper deal doesn't make this one good/hot !
m5rcc

Sorry Bertie. I do not go out of my way to only respond to what one … Sorry Bertie. I do not go out of my way to only respond to what one specific member of HUKD has written on a lease thread at the eleventh hour when no-one remotely cares or will be reading the thread. Unlike yourself, not only have I added value to the thread by offering a better deal but I actually add value to the whole of HUKD. Tell me - when are you personally going to add a fresh deal?


You seem to have missed this bit I stated above "Your responses were so good until"

m5rcc

I'm afraid your statistic was based on opinion, not fact, assuming that … I'm afraid your statistic was based on opinion, not fact, assuming that only 10% of the nation does 5,000 miles or less. I've proved otherwise, but thank you for your contribution.


That isn't quality - more a case of you setting yourself up on your pedestal, as normal when you encounter an opposing view, of how correct you are compared to someone else - of course keeping it objective, seeing the other views, rational, logical or even keeping any resemblance to reality goes out the window but we both know I am not the only one to see this - hopefully in the real world you have this issue more under control.

m5rcc

The definition of trolling to a tee - someone going out of their way to … The definition of trolling to a tee - someone going out of their way to provoke


continue the definition "or illicit a response"
I am not requesting you to respond and the value I added (and achieved) wasn't for your benefit.

Edited by: "Bertz99" 25th May 2017
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Barbour Sale @ Land Rover - up to 70% OFF
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You don't have to have a Land Rover - but it probably helps BE READY FOR ADVENTURE, RELAXATION AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN WITH STYLISH AND PRACTICAL CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES FROM B… Read more
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Every sale helps the ducy. The ducy of Cornwall. Hip Hip Horray
kreames

Lots of money and buy womens car. Great success


You don't understand how to use captive apostrophes in English either Kreames; perhaps you went to the same school as Error?
othen

I think you have been very rude. It would seem that you are using 'toff' … I think you have been very rude. It would seem that you are using 'toff' is a derogatory sense because you have a chip on your shoulder about people more successful than yourself. I wear a Barbour jacket (that I bought in 1982), have a dog (a cross breed called Bob, and I always clean up after him), three houses and two cars (one of which is a Porsche) - do you consider me a toff? Well, I'm an electrician... but perhaps you think electricians should be poor people.You should grow up and not be offensive.


Lots of money and buy womens car. Great success
J_D

Stay poor



I'm good thanks
Error440

I have a bad job, low income and would rather live in Cuba



Stay poor
Kids @ Play 6v Powered Land Rover Was £199.99 Now £64.99 @ Argos
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Was £199.99 Now £64.99. 6v Land Rover, complete with re-chargeable battery, forward and reverse gears, horn, MP3 facility comes complete with cable that plugs into dashboard, volum… Read more
Ed Winchester

High emmisions and top bracket road tax iirc.



Yes, road tax is over £500/year but I love my Defender 110.
Take off the bodywork & fit an MGB or Mercedes body on top like Jeremy Clarkson did on
The Grand Tour then sell it on for £4000 ;p
Argos employing semi-literates to write their descriptions - again!
I misread it as 'V6 Powered Land Rover'. Oh, the disappointment...
It's usually this price - yet another Argos 'sale' price that's the same as their normal selling price!
Corgi Land Rover Defender & RNLI Lifeboat Model £5.49 @ Toolstation
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£1.43 will be paid in support of the RNLI for each model sold. The model comes in an attractive presentation box. Free delivery on £10 or free c&C.
Great deal in support of a great charity.
And with all the floods recently we need to keep this charity going strong.

Typical of keyboard monkeys and trolls. The best form of defence is even … Typical of keyboard monkeys and trolls. The best form of defence is even more abuse and lowering of language. You have not been able to tell me I am wrong not in the least and my observations (not accusation) were based on your posts that had nothing to do with the deal, but a cheap shot at people who cannot speak or represent themselves. By the way you have yet to confirm if you are a guard at the country's entry gate or the fact that you should discuss In and Out on a site that only allows you to vote Hot of Cold. I was not in a competition on whether my post was popular or not - all I cared for whether I was confronting bent views that vitiate the otherwise nice forum. So all the best get few more of your friends and supporters to like your post - it does not make your views any more legitimate.


Well said. See they have gone quiet. Think you won that one! Well done.
To get back on topic, this would be a good deal for any one with a nephew or a grandson.

It was you that started it by falsly accusing xenophobia and bigotry. … It was you that started it by falsly accusing xenophobia and bigotry. Dont like being told you are wrong do you... in fact you ARE a bigot lol. You may want to bend over and take it but clearly nobody else here does...



Typical of keyboard monkeys and trolls. The best form of defence is even more abuse and lowering of language. You have not been able to tell me I am wrong not in the least and my observations (not accusation) were based on your posts that had nothing to do with the deal, but a cheap shot at people who cannot speak or represent themselves. By the way you have yet to confirm if you are a guard at the country's entry gate or the fact that you should discuss In and Out on a site that only allows you to vote Hot of Cold. I was not in a competition on whether my post was popular or not - all I cared for whether I was confronting bent views that vitiate the otherwise nice forum. So all the best get few more of your friends and supporters to like your post - it does not make your views any more legitimate.
Or just grow a pair and donate £5.49 direct to the men and women who save lives every day...
rnli.org/don…spx
Lamborghini Murcielago / Audi R8 Spyder - £80.00 / Land Rover 6V Kids Electric Ride On Car - £75 - eBay/Tesco
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I've always fancied a Lamborghini Murcielago and at £80 it looks like a bit of a bargain! No lease payments or any of that cr.... Just one payment and its yours. The insurance wil… Read more
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Where did you get this car from?
fantastic deal
Had a 6v for my son but loses traction very easily and slows to snails pace on grass. I'd recommend a 12v at least but this is a good price none the less! Heat added
6v is not that bad. I had a Ferrari 6v wasn't bad but yes on occasions it loses traction. biggest pain was storage and usage, only good for shortish trips can't be left unattended
Looks great for the price, my son would love that for his birthday. Might just buy and put it away! Heat added
Land Rover 6V Kids Electric Ride On Car Green £75 del @ Tesco Ebay
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I know you can get cheaper 6V ride ons, but this had excellent reviews when on Tesco Direct & was if my memory is right it was £150 to start with. It's in the section where if … Read more
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We have this and the 6v is fine for little ones. It drove around our garden in the summer with both kids 1 and 4 in and it didn't get stuck. We also take it out on the pavement when walking our dog- I don't find I need to slow my walking pace for the car to keep up so the speed is more than adequate and much safer for under fives.
6V dont bother
Cararama Fire Land Rover Series III Mode £6.75 (add on £20 spend) at Amazon
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This lovely car was £2.76 at amazon as an add on! (but now £6.75) (£20 spend) look out for my other add on posts and grab yourself a bargain! PRICE NOW GONE UP TO £6.75 (sorry fo… Read more
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I'm seeing £6.95! Bummer!
I think I'd rather have the Austin Healey than the Land Rover though. But which will it be?(_;)
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biggysilly

You might find that your Landrover Series III is actually a Austin Healy … You might find that your Landrover Series III is actually a Austin Healy so the accurate scale might not be that accurate. but understandable as you just posted 8 Amazon deals in 30 minutes

I just copied the info from the amazon page!
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lol thanks biggysilly yes a founder member. The extra clubcard points was a great offer huh!?
Edited by: "marko4ever24" 12th Dec 2015
Sorry miscounted 11 Amazon deals in 30 mins a founder member as well! ?
I do remember your deal for Johnsons products and the extra clucard points 5 years or so ago

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Personal lease: Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Lease deal - £1907.65 Deposit & £280.74 per month (Total = £8645.41) @ allvehiclecontracts
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Seems like a good lease deal for this car. Land Rover Range Rover Evoque : 2.0 Ed4 150ps Se 5dr 2wd 6Mt 16Mdy £284.78 with £1908 initial payment for 24 months. 8k Miles per year.… Read more
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Besford

Maserati's what?



That's wasted on him, you know...
xchaotic

8k Miles per year, £4k per year, works out to 50p per mile - you could … 8k Miles per year, £4k per year, works out to 50p per mile - you could use a taxi instead.



Taxi is cost about 3-4 times that amount. Good research lol
I am in the Motor Sales industry as well, 33 years. I even ran my own dealership twice.
Maserati are generally pits of endless pain...infact i would say they are only good for blowing your cash very quickly. A total impulse purchase in every sense. Don't get me wrong, they are a thing of beauty, the first time i turned one over and heard that ROAR......WOW! .......But would i spend real money on one..NO!
The BMW Z8, is a prime example of even the big boys can push a dog out of the door.
The Evoque is a similar money pit, the servicing is horrendous, the engines are a bit behind the times, ( yes i include the "NEW" ingenium as well). It may be worth getting a lease one, if you have a necessity to park it on your suburban drive for the neighbours to look at, but would i buy one with real money?..er NO!
tallphilc

Again clueless!Any large cars loses money, look at M5 Prices, Look at XK8 … Again clueless!Any large cars loses money, look at M5 Prices, Look at XK8 prices (5k for a 1998 car). Look at any large NA engined car and it will lose value and then good examples will appreciate in price. 2 years ago you could but a Ferrari 360 for 30k, it is only because people are turning to cars as an investment that prices are rising. It is a better option to put money into cars than in savings and that has helped the market. Ok so to put your theory to test let's look now at 1967 Ghibli prices which are at £250k! Yeah that's depreciation right there, whilst they won't be expensive as Ferrari's because the sheep don't follow them they are a true icon of design and quality. I've been in the car industry for years, you are preaching to the wrong fella about all this so quit while you are losing now. You've already been picked up in this thread for mis-information so why continue to dig a deeper hole?


I'm in the industry idiot! Have been for over 20 years! What miss information have I posted eh? 1 model that's nearly 40 years old, how many owners has Maserati gone through since eh? What about all the tosh they have put out, where's the value in them eh? What's a 3200GT worth compared to other Luxury GT's? They are worth less than an equivalent year and mileage Boxter ffs.....

Btw, how much is a BMW Z8 worth these days?...
brookysm

Yeah cold hard facts are what the clueless know....OK then clever clogs, … Yeah cold hard facts are what the clueless know....OK then clever clogs, what makes a Maserati lose thousands and can be bought for peanuts after a decade then? Guess my Ferrari factory trained mechanic mate must have been listening down the pub too instead of having to fix em eh....You obviously know as about fashion as you do cars too fella, M's Posh owns quite a successful fashion company these days and theres nothing wrong with using consultants in business especially when you're aiming a car to please the wealthier clients who would know this.Stick to bigging up ya Motobility scooter somewhere else, you ain't fooling anyone here....



Again clueless!

Any large cars loses money, look at M5 Prices, Look at XK8 prices (5k for a 1998 car). Look at any large NA engined car and it will lose value and then good examples will appreciate in price. 2 years ago you could but a Ferrari 360 for 30k, it is only because people are turning to cars as an investment that prices are rising. It is a better option to put money into cars than in savings and that has helped the market.

Ok so to put your theory to test let's look now at 1967 Ghibli prices which are at £250k! Yeah that's depreciation right there, whilst they won't be expensive as Ferrari's because the sheep don't follow them they are a true icon of design and quality.

I've been in the car industry for years, you are preaching to the wrong fella about all this so quit while you are losing now. You've already been picked up in this thread for mis-information so why continue to dig a deeper hole?


Land Rover Discovery £181.27 contracthireandleasing.com
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This is a 3 year lease. On 8k mile/year. 6months deposit of £181.27 + 35 monthly payment of £181.27
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is this for the new discovery?
Not a valid deal. Missprice
If this is for the new Discovery, it's a great deal.
Image (https://www.contracthireandleasing.com/media/global/3/1/21604/1024/768/)
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Ta.
Bruder Land Rover Defender Station Wagon £17.67 Delivered @ Amazon
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This is a real working Land Rover Defender. Ideal for your child's pretend and play. The car features solid rubber, real tread tyres, folding side mirrors and a back tailgate which… Read more
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friiza

Is it pull back and go?


No!
Will this fall apart like the real thing too?!
if it's just like the real thing the gearbox will go in 10 minutes.
Is it pull back and go?
BARBOUR X LAND ROVER LADIES' GREENLEAK WAXED JACKET - BLACK £199.98 @ Country Attire
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BARBOUR X LAND ROVER LADIES' GREENLEAK WAXED JACKET - BLACK Was £399.95 Now £199.98
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Wont buy barbour until the company stops treating their uk workers like far east sweat shop workers
As worn by the majority of idiots who support fox hunting, yet are too rotund to actually ride horses
EVO Subscription, Octane, Auto Express, Land Rover Monthly year subscriptions 39.99
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Basically got a slip with my trial magazine of Octane, and now I've found the deals online. Evo is £69.99 for 12 months some places, and the lowest I've found aside from this is … Read more
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scoobyc

Thanks, annual is £39.99 and £23.99 for 6 months for anyone else i … Thanks, annual is £39.99 and £23.99 for 6 months for anyone else interested in the link above.



For £3.90 a month you can't go wrong. I hoped I could get it cheaper but getting a trial again and again requires a 3 month period in between, which I wasn't prepared to do. This is the best and most convenient way to get it cheap, and EVO is a massive read, atleast for me
Thanks, annual is £39.99 and £23.99 for 6 months for anyone else interested in the link above.
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scoobyc

Click the order now button that comes up on your link and it then shows … Click the order now button that comes up on your link and it then shows my above comment.



magazinedeals.co.uk/xma…sm1
Click the order now button that comes up on your link and it then shows my above comment.
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scoobyc

Clicking the link shows the following;Info -Unfortunately the promotional … Clicking the link shows the following;Info -Unfortunately the promotional code you have used has not been recognised.Now showing £47.99



Not for me?

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new bright land rover remote control car @ John lewis was £19.99 now £9.99
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land rover remote control car @john lewis halfprice was £19.99 now £9.99 Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
my daughter loves hers she's 5 not best in world the car that is but I got mine from tesco In January for 7.50 better than the one I got her for christmas at 4 the price
Does it come with a 5year guarantee
I had one of those (from Argos £8)
Absolute rubbish, does not have power to drive / is slow and steering is very limited.
Worst rc car ever....
Got it for my 4 year old - disappointing. It's been reliable enough but it's slow. Looks rugged and is large but is woefully underpowered and can hardly make it over the smallest of obstacles.

Turning circle is huge so even in our large indoor space it struggles to turn and end up doing three point turns over and over to do the simplest thing. Cheap price and ok for little kids (mine weren't disappointed but I was) but if you want something speedier look elsewhere. Had I known I would have bought something else.
I pressed heat by accident! Lol

I guess you deserve it!
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