I thought exactly the same, until i was searching for a tent and found "summer tents" tents that have flow air vents to allow breeze in which in turn would let water in, id never heard of them but they are a thing, im assuming for usage in hotter climates.
Yes you are right. Unless there are cheaper water-resistant tents (:I
Thats my point... surely all tents are blooming waterproof shouldnt be a unique selling point...
They do reiterate the fact that its waterproof in a number of places. It must be.
I would certainly hope its waterproof as tents go pretty poor show if it wasn't... good price for a medium sized pop up.
21/05/2021Expires on 21/05/2021Posted 4 h, 47 m agoPosted 4 h, 47 m ago
They are definitely more boots than typical trainers but that's a bonus to me, has a few similar pairs over the years (the lunar force 1 duckboots) and they still look new today other than wear to the sole. Last much longer than the running style mesh trainers everyone seems to wear that last a couple of months at best.
(lol) I wanted the brown but was only small sizes when I checked. The green look really nice in person though.
Weren't Nike caught using child slave labour again?
I have the black pair and wheat pair. They need to be treated as a pair of boots due to the sheer weight of them. Also, they needed wearing in like a proper pair of boots, they grazed the skin off the back of my foot the first few times I wore them, very uncomfortable and cumbersome at first in comparison to 'normal' trainers. Over time I'm sure they will wear nicely. I'm used to wearing work boots so it wasn't too bad but I think those who don't wear proper boots may struggle with these. I can imagine these boots lasting a long time, worth every penny (y)
These wear so badly. So for that reason, cold.
21/05/2021Expires on 21/05/2021Posted 17 h, 23 m agoPosted 17 h, 23 m ago
Thanks would have just deleted the link as was just to let people know
The seller you posted didn't meet criteria to post on site, which is why it was deleted. You can say it is cheaper elsewhere but not put the link.
I'd say no. Damp/cold seaps through quite easily. Not thick enough to give insulation form cold wet grass. If you sit on a jumper or jacket it should be fine, but might be a bit damp afterwards. In other words it's not a proper ground sheet like you'd have in the base of a tent. Agree with the other post above about usage in beaches, parks, etc. though. We have 2 and use them often, lightweight, easily thrown in the bottom of a bag. Folds up and back in the bag easy enough too. Works well for marking off your spot on the beach, gives a good spot to leave things down so they don't get sandy, phone, qwater bottle, food, and so on.
Ok apparently you aren’t allowed to say that it’s cheaper and supplied by amazon if you look on the same page the get deal bit is on.. Sometimes I wonder about this site and why it has a comment section for deals.
JW for sure, don't buy that one it is not very waterproof and not very breathable and IMHO Trespass is not the best quality either. That should be a £30 jacket max price. "100% Polyester TPU Membrane Shell" is basically a cagoule.
I've been looking at that one. I don't mind Craghoppers, but obviously their initial pricing, or RRP is laughable. 60% or 70% discount is achievable, but don't think you've grabbed a bargain!!
What’s better? The JWjacket in the post or this for £50? https://www.trespass.com/rakenfard-mens-waterproof-jacket
read the whole thread and im still as confused as when i started reading it...so for those more knowledgeable in these things, what is the best one to buy for a newbie which is not more or less a toy, that has a large capacity battery (rechargeable battery) so one does have to charge it too frequently and has a good range and circa £50 max (as i will need to buy 2) ? (confused) ...also, can use it without a licence plse.
8-10 miles would really only work if you were across an estuary/valley, or at least one of you was higher up. You might be able to talk with roof antennas, or using HF (the wavelength where CBs are at the short end), so it becomes far more expensive, & more a hobby rather than just a way to speak). With the longer wavelengths, signals can bounce off a layer in the sky, but I've never taken much of an interest in that aspect of radio, and stuck with something to use almost like a mobile phone when suits.
Sorry, I was half expecting a "but electric scooters are illegal" type discussion kicking off. If you want to know anything else, feel free to ask.
Thanks for the response, I probably won't bother then, don't know much ahout this and was originally hoping to have a fun way of me and a friend communicating, she lives about 8-10 miles away :) Probably won't bother now. (we don't live in cities)
Apologies, predictive keyboard got the better of me, fixed now. I wasn't in any way taking issue with what you're saying, merely trying to figure out what the query was behind "but why?" Thank you for all the info, I've had a thought at the back of my mind about getting something like this for a while but wasn't quite sure what to get, where to start, etc.
Nice to see a fishing deal on here but you should be able to walk into a local fishing shop and buy a better (proper branded) combi kit for less. If people don't shop local, when all the fishing shops are closed down it's going to be hard to get bait. IMO telecasters have a terrible action and you',re probably not going to cast far on a 6ft rod (the £39.94 one shown), especially as the rod doesn't even have a casting weight rating. For beginners or children a nice 2 piece Shakespeare rod like a Shakespeare firebird will give an arguably better action, will last a lifetime (unlike a telecaster) and can be found for as little as £15 (such as from go outdoors). Admittedly the reel probably won't be as nice but for the money saved you could buy a Shimano one and keep the Shakespeare one as a spare for inevitable tangles or different line. Only my opinion.
But it is, when this has only £1 saving and the average that this BBQ is being sold is £16
Save your money put in towards a weber go anywhere cracking piece of kit.
Lots of the other sellers are banned from hotukdeals and this one isn’t. It’s hardly the worst deal in history, maybe leave the exaggeration at the door.
This goes to show you that it is not about the deal, it's about who posts it. This is the worst deal in the history. The item is rubbish and its available cheaper from at least a dozen other seller on Amazon, eBay and others. Not sure why this is here
An old steel car rim makes a good fire pit, just need to elevate it with a few rocks or bricks.