Is that England training for the match tonight?
All Outdoor Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2018
Heat for price sadly I won't be fitting in small
only for prime members
Got the large in red for 67 if that's any good?
I’ve already got a black one and the large is definitely my size (fierce)
I'm usually a large but fit into medium in Berghaus coat.
Bought it for £19 last year, used by bunch of kids, still going strong.
Can’t purchase as site will not allow me to select delivery date. Frustrating.
heat. my dd has perfected the art of balancing on her swing whilst face in phone(FIP)..well she has fallen off a few times but there's always risks i life... :p
Heat for swingers
Heat just for the iPad comment.
Annoying how fast it goes up
The cheapest medium is about £25 -not a great deal
Max style. Why wouldn't you.
I find a medium about a 40 inch chest.
1 in 1 swing ball 15 quid on Tesco direct just now too.
OOS now 😞
Thanks ordered 2
Thanks, easier to put up than the one I have :)
Some OOS now :( I had no idea Tesco Direct were closing down.
Just ordered the bouncy castle and slide for the kids. Honest.
This is a great find. I have just ordered the bouncy castle for my four year olds birthday! Cheers!
Not suitable for a kids party etc can only be use by one toddler at a time
Fiver cheaper online at Aldi, free delivery and 3 year warranty. aldi.co.uk/ambiano-electric-grill/p/096115207235600 Never ever worth £79.99.
If you live in London, an electric BBQ is the only one allowed by law on a balcony. Very unique product if safe indoor, and balcony. Not for me but looks good value, smoke alarms will go off though if used indoors, despite the 'smoke free' in OP description.
Seems like a good price. Wondering if it's any good
shame it's now out of stock, thanks for posting though @Jeweller
Damn, exactly what I wanted and too late ;(
Heat - just ordered four
Ah yes, I and the dictionary are wrong and to think otherwise would be delusion because only you could possibly be correct. Hope this makes you feel better :)
Yet you've been wrong about every word definition so far. Strange. I'll leave you to your delusion, as it appears there may be some issue that's clouding your ability to reason. Hope you feel better soon.
That's all you can say lol, "go look up the definition" I already know the meanings, unlike you. The manner in which you typed your replies, dictated that the tone was bitter and derisory consisting of facts or not. That someone would go dig up some sand from a beach to save a few quid was clearly a joke to everyone except you, who only seems to be able to be the joke. (lol)
Maybe worth looking up the definitions of 'bitter' and 'derisory'. Facts can't be bitter or derisory, and as it was typed, you can't justifiably make that judgement I'm afraid (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol)
It couldn’t light up a subbuteo pitch. Your team will be very disappointed worldcup
Here is me thinking a £3.50 to £8 light including a solar panel would be bright enough to light a football pitch. Boy are my team going to be disappointed at their game on Saturday night.
Bought them a year or so ago same as the above at £3.49. The light it gives out is now awful and that’s in the sun all day. In the winter months it doesn’t even light up at all.
Something similar? Twice the amount of similar rubbish via Amazon at less price here https://www.amazon.co.uk/absolute-tat/dp/B074DG9WWR/
Glad I read the comments. I would’ve bought a couple otherwise. I’m on the lookout for something similar. Definitely solar
£10 for bronze seats. £20 for silver. Same code just pick the seats you want.
Does the code work for all seats ?
Thanks. Reckon I'll do the same!
I've not been but I know people that went previous years. They've told me the view is pretty good everywhere. So I bought the bronze. Fingers crossed!
Are there any delays once movement is detected? I almost purchased the netgear Arlo but apparently there is a short delay switching on when movement is detected, missing crucial images.
Well if you use them outside for security it should be a problem, security shops sell anti-spider sprays which work a bit, but I think the infra red light from the cameras actually attracts flying insects! Complete security systems apparently work by detecting movement on more than one camera. If you don't want everyone and his dog looking through your camera then I think you at least have to change username and password from the default. But I think even then some cameras allegedly remain open.
Yeah i have to say i had many ip cameras including the ones that you can remotely move but due to my lack of skills with this kind of thing i could never get them to work without having them plugged in to the router and always had trouble accessing them from elsewhere in the country or abroad but like i said thats down to my lack of "How to" skills when setting these kind of things up so was very happy when this easy to set up type of camera came out which i could just scan onto my smartphone to work. Never had any issue with security on these cameras but i guess its possible with anything with a camera to be hacked. as you said i think half the battle is getting a descent app to match you camera setup. Well our cameras are all indoors at the moment so can't give you any feedback on spiders and rain but i would guess they would do what yours did....i might have to test that one out lol.
Maybe ok for you (and others) but personally I like to be able to connect directly to the cameras ip address via a browser, That way I can use teamviiewer remotely to access the camera. I have another one of the more 'advanced' type which uses an app. This I can move remotely. I've found a proper application to access that which I can use on a pc. I don't trust the ap to access it remotely. And I don't want to pay money to some 'cloud' website :) Regarding security: that basically sucks. spiders, rain, insects all set them off, despite setting only a small active area. When I first set one up with emails, I was getting 400 a night! How is this one?
i bought a cheap charger and a set of 12 ( i think ) batteries when on offer on Amazon so didn't pay that much for them. i have one set in the camera and one set on charge. i guess the price depends on what you need the camera to do. for me these were well worth the money i paid when they first came out as i didn't want to have to supply power via a cable to them and as a result i can place them anywhere i need them rather than have to keep running power cables everywhere. :-)
There is a reasonable similar bike on sports direct. It's £95 so a bit cheaper. https://www.sportsdirect.com/muddyfox-energy24-boys-938433?colcode=93843326 Compared to the btwin model. Similar bikes both with advantages and disadvantages over the other. The btwin bike is 14.75kg has limited gearing and is meant for a young rider that will be much weaker than an adult so it will be a difficult bike to get up hills almost 15kg with limited gearing but definitely good exercise. It has a low end sunrace derailleur not Shimano and seems to have quite cheap components. It certainly doesn't look a quality level above the Sports direct model they look pretty similar overall. However it has a threadless headset and the simple drivetrain without front derailleur will make the drivetrain easier to adjust and likely more reliable at shifting. The muddyfox bike has 18 gears so will be faster on the flats and easier going up hill, The bike appears a bit lighter too. However it has a threaded headset which is not ideal for an off road bike but seems ok for a child's bike in fairness especially as that allows for easy height adjustment of the handlebars not possible with threadless and why a quill stem seems more sensible for a child's bike as they grow quickly it enables the bike to be used for longer. The btwin bike has a derailleur guard which is good although not expensive to add to the muddyfox. The pedals on the btwin bike look pretty nasty. The low end btwin bikes are not a quality level above other bikes they can often be worse in many regards. Their use of more generic components including cheaper non-Shimano derailleurs etc is not great. The important thing about both these bikes is they don't feature low end poor quality suspension making them far superior to the bike of this thread. Also to Decathlon's credit they do not seem to offer a low end dual suspension monstrosity at all for kids. One last point is the total load for the btwin bike is 70kg including the weight of the bike so you are down to 55kg minus accessories, anything you are carrying etc. https://www.decathlon.co.uk/ecuk/static/bikes/btwin-instructions.pdf It's lower than some competing brands and an overweight child could be over that limit. A quick check online shows average weight just below that at 12-14 years old. Btwin is not a brand that has generous rider weight limits and they have some history of frame failures.
if you want a bike as a form of transport, this isn't it. You'll expend a lot of energy with the cr@ppy rear suspension and the weight. Also, because of the rubbish suspension, your gearing will be needing constantly re-adjusted and I'd wager the brakes would be the same. It might look the part but trust me, it's not worth the cash and a lot of these will end up rusting in sheds/gardens and ultimately landfill. Muddy Fox was a cool brand in the early 90's but not any more since Mike Ashley bought the brand.
I have the recoil 26. Got boxed new from facebook for £50. Swapped out the tires and inner tubespedals, seat and seat post, brake pads. Added a post rack and new grips . Been nothing but trouble. I have needed to checking every nut and bolt, Allen key and grease all the bearings. Who ever puts these together preboxing needs to rethink their job. Crank section is weak. Its just an a2b bike for work. At least fully working after all my efforts
Pile o keich
The sale price is a joke ... It's only ever been around £80. It's a really poor entry level bike.. if all you have is about £100 then your better of buying a second hand bike as you will get more for your money .
I am pretty sure you can kick off about that. It looks like they are all gone now.
I had my lesson ages ago. Welcome to the club :)
Amazingly they didn't have it!
Just managed to reserve one in my local store. Let's see if it 'disappears'
I got the same story - when i pointed out that i had been told there was 4 in stock the manager first off said 'they must have been stolen then' then 10 minutes later - 'they must have been recalled, thats why they will be off the shop floor' (skeptical)
Sorry I should have clarified, my water filter is connected from the mains water intake, it then filters the water using reverse osmosis. I totally agree with you on the filter jugs, it's a pain making sure they're always filled up!
Water filter jugs are all the rage in Britain but they're cumbersome to use when the jug is empty and you need cold water instantly......... cost is only slightly less than bottled mineral water plus doesn't take long for the filter to degrade, which makes it easier to srtick to the bottled water.
The main problem is people are conditioned by advertising to think that bottled water is somehow safer
The rubber is a bit difficult to clean
yo - this is rubbish I'm afraid. One of those internet things which gathers momentum and sounds plausible. Until you realise that you are saying all drinking water in the world is cancer causing (cause they sure as hell don't A/C the water in hot countries). Very high levels of BPA have shown risk in mice experiments however, as proven by that grim medical trial for Theralizumab, humans process compounds in vastly different ways to animals. There is no current evidence that BPA causes humans issues. Apart from that, buy a bottle and re-use it - I'm all for it. But you can simply re-use any bottle if you'd prefer.
I didn't even see that previously for some reason I just assumed based on missing wheels. Both of us forgot to mention the rim tape. Strange that the bike literary is just missing the wheels with the brake system split with just the rotors missing because they are fitted to the wheels. Makes you wonder about the story about how the wheels went missing. Good price anyway.
It does give a list of things needed: Complete 650b front and rear wheel with tyres and inner tubes Disc brake rotors (160mm recommended) Compatible 9 speed Cassette
Good deal but a wheelset, tyres, tubes, rotors and a cassette is a reasonable sum of money to make a complete bike and that assumes there is nothing else missing from the bike as the advert is a bit unclear.
cashback with quidco too
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/322993733424 I would say this is a better deal, just need to buy your own wheels. Parts on their own without the frame and forks are worth £150.