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Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection (PS4) £12.74 Delivered (Pre Owned) @ Music Magpie (15% Off at Checkout)
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Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection packs all the single-player content of the Uncharted series into one handy box for PS4 owners. Uncharted: Drake's Fortune Uncharted is th… Read more
Great set of games for the price.

Uncharted 4 blows them out of the water following the lessons learned with TLOU, but still a fun trilogy that hasn't aged too terribly.
Ordered, cheers. Also threw in no mans sky for an extra £6.71
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Kraken 1 Litre £25 at Amazon
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Found 29th Oct 2017Found 29th Oct 2017
1 litre of Kraken back to £25 at Amazon
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Bloody elfs
now £32.86
ovi_andre29 m ago

Recipe modified. Not good as before

Getting sillier now.
jjsm63918 h, 6 m ago

Silly comment.

Recipe modified. Not good as before.
Kraken Black Spiced Rum, 70 cl £20 @ Amazon
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Found 23rd Oct 2017Found 23rd Oct 2017
Lovely Rum, lots of flavour and a very good price delivered to your front door <3
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7day23rd Oct

Had this over a weekend and GP said liver knackered ..


Fake news! Perhaps too much falling down liquid to 'Kraken' a joke this bad?
Tesco and Asda both £20 so not sure why this is a deal
Love this, best spiced rum going I think.

Keep your Pussers and I'm an ex-matlow (though post black friday generation).
This is only good to clear the drains. Buy a bottle of Pussers blue label instead. Much better rum and only £22.25 on amazon atm
might as well go to a local supermarket at this price. I regularly see this at £20
Folding Mountain Bike Shimano 26 Inch/700CC Double Disc Brake Suspension Front/Rear - £219.19 - LightInTheBox EU Warehouse
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Found 13th Oct 2017Found 13th Oct 2017
Not a bad price for a folding bike. Seems to have a few bells and whistles too. We've just moved offices and I'm a little further away from the train station than before. I guess … Read more
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bonzobanana3 h, 8 m ago

I'm no bike snob or bike brand snob but this really doesn't look very good …I'm no bike snob or bike brand snob but this really doesn't look very good especially for £200+ which if carefully chosen will get you a pretty decent bike new. Many years ago I bought a new £65 bike and rode it at 26 stone despite the warnings from many people. It was brilliant, loved the bike but in contrast to this bike it was incredibly simple, no suspension or gimmicks at all just a strong rigid steel mountain bike. Of course the weight it was carrying meant a few issues, had to replace the bearings in the front wheel and after hitting a pothole had to true the rear wheel that happened within the first 3 months. The basic Shimano tourney rear derailleur was poor at shifting after going through rain and about maybe after 6 months of ownership changed it for a Deore. As I got lighter the problems pretty much disappeared. If you are buying a cheap bike new keep it simple would be my advice. Cheap suspension is next to useless and short life. Cheap suspension can pretty much guarantee a landfill destiny in a few years at best. It is true though that many people buy mountain bike style bikes (Apollo, Argos, Toy's R Us etc) with no intention of taking them off road because they like the style and such bikes could never successfully be taken off road anyway due to weak freewheels, threaded headsets and weak suspension. I don't think its unfair to warn people that such bikes aren't suitable for such use. Many would assume a bike described as a mountain bike could be taken off road.


Well done some good advice. No commuter needs a full suss, its just going to add weight and result in less money being spent on the basics. Plenty end of season deals around. I am going to mention the second hand market, despite havin previously being stalked on HotUK deals for doing so! Plenty of good deals on gumtree.
Be careful with this supplier. They clearly give false information.

This bike claims to be 7 speed but the image shows what looks like a single speed bike with no cable going to the rear for hub or derailleur gears and no derailleur shown either.


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They are also claiming normal price at close to £2000 but the bike appears something worth more like £90-110 slightly below their asking price.
cb-uk2 h, 22 m ago

Looks quite a good bike for commuting short distances - and how many …Looks quite a good bike for commuting short distances - and how many people who own Mountain Bikes actually ride them on mountains? (or off-road at all for that matter)It seems "hardcore cyclists" are rapidly becoming this generation's wine snobs


I'm no bike snob or bike brand snob but this really doesn't look very good especially for £200+ which if carefully chosen will get you a pretty decent bike new. Many years ago I bought a new £65 bike and rode it at 26 stone despite the warnings from many people. It was brilliant, loved the bike but in contrast to this bike it was incredibly simple, no suspension or gimmicks at all just a strong rigid steel mountain bike. Of course the weight it was carrying meant a few issues, had to replace the bearings in the front wheel and after hitting a pothole had to true the rear wheel that happened within the first 3 months. The basic Shimano tourney rear derailleur was poor at shifting after going through rain and about maybe after 6 months of ownership changed it for a Deore. As I got lighter the problems pretty much disappeared. If you are buying a cheap bike new keep it simple would be my advice. Cheap suspension is next to useless and short life. Cheap suspension can pretty much guarantee a landfill destiny in a few years at best.

It is true though that many people buy mountain bike style bikes (Apollo, Argos, Toy's R Us etc) with no intention of taking them off road because they like the style and such bikes could never successfully be taken off road anyway due to weak freewheels, threaded headsets and weak suspension. I don't think its unfair to warn people that such bikes aren't suitable for such use. Many would assume a bike described as a mountain bike could be taken off road.
A bike with a lot of overweight cheap components,you'll spend more time repairing and pushing than riding,
spending a little more on something like a Raleigh Evo-2 [Halfords]with better quality gears and brakes
and a lighter alloy frame will be less fatiguing to ride,more reliable,and last a lot longer.
Looks quite a good bike for commuting short distances - and how many people who own Mountain Bikes actually ride them on mountains? (or off-road at all for that matter)

It seems "hardcore cyclists" are rapidly becoming this generation's wine snobs
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Shimano Dura-Ace-Ultegra-105 (R55C4) Brake Pads - £5.49 ChainReaction
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Found 29th Sep 2017Found 29th Sep 2017
A goto brake pad. Nice and reliable. Always use Shimano brake shoes to ensure top brake performance and to maintain the safety of your Shimano brake system. Shimano brake pads pro… Read more
morrig3 h, 37 m ago

Think years ago buying them from the usual slot in type to all in one long …Think years ago buying them from the usual slot in type to all in one long type and amazing difference in stopping poiwer and feel.


Is it really that simple, can you really tell the difference between one brand or another? The durability of a break pad for example might depend on your weight, the terrain, and of course the weather, especially wet weather, and how often you brake.

Mind you, I wouldn't buy a value brand despite this. That would be a false economy, and too risky. The Clark pads I have however appear fine.
Edited by: "LemonHead" 1st Oct 2017
I'd rather use Discobrakes pads - about £4 per pair, or 4 pairs for £12. discobrakes.com/?s=…128
LemonHead29th Sep

Always use Shimano brake shoes?I got a couple of pairs of Clarks for a …Always use Shimano brake shoes?I got a couple of pairs of Clarks for a couple of quid less than shimano's on eBay a while ago, they do the job just as well. No difference really.This is a good price though. Heat added.



Think years ago buying them from the usual slot in type to all in one long type and amazing difference in stopping poiwer and feel.
£5.48 on Wiggle.
Edited by: "SC84" 30th Sep 2017
honeymonster8629th Sep

Any idea if these will fit my bike?


Nope - none at all (largely because I have no idea what your bike is)!
Nick Drake, Pink Moon on CD £3 at Sainsburys
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Was shocked a few months ago when Sainsburys started selling Bryter Layter. My local sainsburys sold out of that in a few days. Low and behold I went in there tonight and they have… Read more
Heat for one of the greatest albums ever made
Edited by: "simey83" 10th Sep 2017
vegasbaby2 h, 28 m ago

Really talented guy, who would of gone places. Great price.


Sadly for many people we're no further in curing suicidal depression.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 10th Sep 2017
His albums sold next to nothing upon release,making the originals worth major bucks.
However ,Island did try to promote him,with sample tracks on the pink label compilations Nice enough to eat and Bumpers.
I've picked up both of these for a pound or two in the last couple of months at boot fairs.
It's a nice experience to listen to his music with the pink label revolving around!
Really talented guy, who would of gone places. Great price.
Entered details on YouTube and most videos aren't available for me. Managed to watch one but not my cup of tea.
Edited by: "Darzen" 10th Sep 2017
Garden Rake (W)290mm (L)1.325m £1 C+C B&Q • Carbon Steel - Guaranteed for 1 year With 5 star reviews
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Garden Rake use to level soil rake pebbles or grass for a Pound with a years Guarantee bargain. You wont find these in Your Pound shops X) or B&Q probably oO 5 star reviews… Read more
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dewonderful

Good deal, but I'm after a cheap hoe instead


who am I to deny you
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Edited by: "VCB-160" 23rd Jun 2017
Good deal, but I'm after a cheap hoe instead
dammit needed a rake but none anywhere near me
Not another " Great British Rake Off ".........
EXECUTIVE_STRESS

So does she give a good hoe job?



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Lawn Rake £2.99 @ Home Bargains
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Anyone looking for one, Home Bargains selling lawn rakes for £2.99.
So many bargains, this is only scraping the surface.
they're selling it at such a good price, they're going to rake it in
Original Poster
have used this afternoon for 30.minutes non stop (very mossy lawn). Very strong.
Shame really as I was after a cheap hoe.
Garden Spades, Forks & Rakes 20p instore @ Wilko
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Found 22nd Jan 2017Found 22nd Jan 2017
Garden Spades, Forks & Rakes 20p at Wilko Portsmouth!
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digbys

I think you are getting confused with Brookside?oO



Whooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo?!?!
Do the forks come with 'andles...?

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Her_Indoors

Under the patio surely ?!


I think you are getting confused with Brookside?oO
digbys

No, he's planting the mother-in-law in the garden!oO


Under the patio surely ?!
dpc1979

Not another 50 Shades film coming out again is there


No, he's planting the mother-in-law in the garden!oO
1500w rake and scarifier at ALDI
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Found 19th Nov 2016Found 19th Nov 2016
reduced electric 1500w rake and scarifier at aldi, St Andrews. may well be national deal. had several left at time of listing. Reduced from £69.99 to £17.49
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goodluck. i kept thinking i should have bought them all and sold them but not sure if would have made much on each and bit of hassle
Thanks . Hopefully will get a bargin later on this week if they reduce price.
Original Poster
i think they may have been that price few weeks ago. yes
They are selling in Worcester for £34.99. Do you know if they were that price before the reduction to £17.49
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sully01

Great find and thanks for the post



​no worries
Aldi - 1500w Rake & scarifier only £19.99 Instore - down from £69.99. Listed as £34.99 on website
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Found 9th Oct 2016Found 9th Oct 2016
Reduced to £19.99 from original £69.99 (in store). Showing half price at £34.99 on Aldi website. Product Description Warranty Delivery & Returns Keep your lawn in tip-… Read more
Salford branch still has 4 left marked up at £69.99 but scanning at £34.99
The store in Salford still has about 4 left. Marked up at £69.99 but scanning at £34.99
I want one.
Still £69.99 at my local Aldi.
Managed to pick one up at the Stockport branch - was £35 mentioned the deals on here and got it for £24 so all good.
Edited by: "fatfigo" 12th Oct 2016
Spear and Jackson Heavy Duty Lawn Rake £6.99 (Prime) / £11.74 (non Prime) @ Amazon
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Another decent Spear and Jackson deal at Amazon. Only 4 in stock though, so be quick.
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Thanks.... just what I was looking for heated
Just came back in stock - thanks
This is one of their premium "Neverbend" products, so it ought to be jolly good.
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Ordered - great deal
Ordered thanks
Fiskars Lightweight Garden Leaf Rake - Multi-Use - Aluminium - 168cm was £37.98 now £12.98 Del @ Brooklyn Trading (+ more in comments)
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Brooklyn Trading have a few Fiskars Gardening Tools that have been discounted quite heavily & seem to be the cheapest price around by a fair margin. Fiskars tools are usually r… Read more
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Thanks for response
amycharlie

How did you find take would you recommend it?



Sorry for late reply. The product is sturdy and of good quality so no complain. I wouldn't say the price is the best price but its 'not too bad'.
Kujain

thanks - ordered one. You can find it for £15 online but this is still a … thanks - ordered one. You can find it for £15 online but this is still a better price...hope the quality is good.


How did you find take would you recommend it?
Is the lawn rake head aluminium? Description is a bit vague! I wonder if it's just an aluminium shaft.....
thanks - ordered one. You can find it for £15 online but this is still a better price...hope the quality is good.
Sovereign Digging Spade, Fork, Lawn Rake now £4.99 each @ Argos (Free R&C)
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Low price. Ideal for digging and aerating. Free reserve and collect
Thanks. Reserved fork and rake to collect shortly.
Perfect, I needed some new cutlery.
Zontes

What? Made no sense of your post. Do you speak English?



No I don't speak English. That's why my comment got 2 likes
rob1987hughes

You get what you pay for with these unfortunately. I had the spade and it … You get what you pay for with these unfortunately. I had the spade and it snapped on first dig attempt.


Same with main Sovereign bypass pruner
Forking cheap.
Mac Allister 1800W Scarifier and Lawn Rake Delivered £64.80 @ B&Q
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Not a bad deal to bring up your dead grass/thatch and moss. It's £72 and £64.80 with the 10% OFF online code EMAIL0704. Free Delivery over £50. Rake/Scarifier was £94. . Cutting wi… Read more
Bought this last week at this price after receiving a 10% email. Oddly seems to go in/out of stock regularly. Anyway, it's a monster, the amount of crap it's raked up from the garden is amazing. no more manual raking for Santa.
Now back in stock for home delivery. Does anybody know any valid discount codes? Thanks
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Just to follow up. Got chance to use mine today and really impressed with it. I'd say for very small lawns its maybe overkill. The unit is fairly wide, heavy duty feel and just the job for my large lawns. Quite amazing how quickly I did half the lawn. I love how wide this thing is.

The collector box is pretty useless if you've got a neglected lawn. I guess when I have my lawns back to good condition, using this box would be okay just to keep on top of things.
Now oos
shutsy2003

Have you ever tried raking moss out just using a hand rake? This takes … Have you ever tried raking moss out just using a hand rake? This takes all the back braking pain away.



I tried doing some by hand at the weekend and it took me five minutes to properly rake just 1 sq meter of lawn plus got a sore back into the bargain.
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