I know what you mean. I can never remember that either.
I know it expires tonight, I just wasn't sure whether the date is for the beginning or end of hat day, so I put tomorrow.
You beat me to it Wabbit :-). Expires midnight tonight (Mon 10th) though not tomorrow. Have edited (I think, might have accidentally expired it too - can someone fix please :-)). Has anyone seen this: https://www.aboveandbeyond.co.uk/.biolite-campstove_973100140000.htm. I'm considering it but was wondering if anyone had any experience of it? Expensive but with the offer it's the cheapest I can find it in the UK. Plus, no need to buy fuel. Brilliant. Sick of trying to find the right type of gas for my Coleman.
£5 off £50, £10 off £100, £20 off £200 using promotional codes @ Above and Beyond
If you're having a pool party, you invite the girls, I'll supply the wood!
I'm looking to use it as an alternative means of heating up the swimming pool rather than using the electric heater. I seen a method where you can coil copper pipe around the chimney as a heat exchange......
I do like these but can't justify buying one
Posted 15th Nov 2016Posted 15th Nov 2016
OS maps 40% off active maps £8.99 aboveandbeyond£8.99
40% off OS maps including laminates active maps. Will also have digital download code. Sign up for £5 off £50 spend. Free standard delivery . Code for - 40% is OS40
the jetboil is amazing but this is an okay price for it not amazing. in spring some magazines give you the small one for free with a 12 months subscription and works out about £35 if I remember rightly. hoping they do it again this year
Cheaper at Amazon.
Gotta be a tenners worth all day long...
Just joined an hour ago and posted 3 deals all jetboil. Spamalot
Posted 2nd Feb 2014Posted 2nd Feb 2014
OS Maps from £3.84 at aboveandbeyond.co.uk with code OSMEGA£3.84
Ok so this is a tiered deal. Got an email from them the other day. Spend anything get 40% off rrp, already 35% off. Spend £150 get 42% and spend £250 get 45%. Never seen better tha… Read more
I love backpacks that pack into very small size, have about 6 folding backpacks, my fave is a silny job from sea-to-summit, about £15. Also i buy small gymsacks that keep in trousers side or back pockets in case i buy something unexpectedly. I buy those from this guy in link below (yellow gymsack0: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bike-helmet-4-types-mens-ladies-boys-girls-half-price-4-99-argos-1771699#post20415975
Thanks again Simlez. Wont be filling it heavy metals just a few cycling bits and on other occasions waterproofs and food.
Yes from China. I got about 25 bags in my camping gear, and am a fan of Snugpak gear too.I would say the same workshops are knocking off the same bags, just stitching Snugpak logo on. The quality is good on mine. As it's small it will only fail & give way if you fill it with lead or gold, but so will the one with the stitched logo. For day hikes, if loaded heavy, most comfy as a backside hipbag. Their sleeping bags & tactical jackets, some UK made, established their name: http://www.snugpak.com/outdoor/sleeping-bags/uk-made-sleeping-bags http://www.snugpak.com/outdoor/clothing/jackets Good which is rare these days but not as good as (British) PhD Designs or a few other American cottage gear makers which are best. This is made in Chinese local workshops: http://www.snugpak.com/outdoor/rucksacks/gear-pouch
Mine turned up today. Amazing bit of kit. This is the tardis of portable baggage. Can't believe how much you can cram into it!! Thanks OP,
Thanks Simplez. Did you buy one of the bags from China and what is the build quality like? Thanks.
Posted 11th Jun 2013Posted 11th Jun 2013
Leatherman Squirt PS4 Keychain Tool - £35.95 at Above and Beyond£35.95
Versatile and revolutionary. The PS4 contains 9 great features that every home needs. A compact, yet multi-faceted, design that really packs a punch.
I use the 1:50k maps fine, but always pack in the paper version of the 1:25k just in case.
You can't really do that much with the 1:50k maps. They might be alright for bike riding, but I'd rather get 1:25k for a smaller area, then the whole UK for 1:50k.
Its nice to have £1400 worth of OS Maps in the palm of your hand (I have the Memory Map 3500 with all the 50 thou maps), but I would always have a paper map (compass and skills to use them) with me on the hill. Pity this was not around years ago when I got the 3500. I like Garmin.
Posted 19th Sep 2012Posted 19th Sep 2012
OS Explorer Maps £4.79 with code @ AboveandBeyond£4.79
Enter code OS40 at checkout to get the price down to £4.79. Much better than paying the high prices elsewhere. The code also works for other OS maps such as the Landranger series … Read more
And when I said pompous, I meant "Characterized by excessive self-esteem or exaggerated dignity; pretentious". You know what I mean? The sort of person who thinks they're a bit superior to everyone else. Clearly a smartphone option won't be for everyone as it's a little bit 21st century.
Whoah, there ! You post a deal where the GPS device + map is less than the price of an OS map, and I'll admit I'm a "pompous Luddite". And when I meant read a map, I meant "read" - not just look at.
No need to post alternative as a deal becuase it is always cheaper and better so wouldn't be a deal. If you want to be a pompous Luddite that's up to you but please don't suggest non paper users cant read a map.
.....nah, the thing is , those of us that want maps, can really read a map. And, btw, they fold !! OP posted a deal on how to get hold of OS maps cheaply, for those of us who want maps. If anyone wants to post a deal on how to get android maps/gps cheaply, do so.
Always have GPS signal, cache the maps and manage battery consumption or carry a spare. It's always easy to invent flaws. How much use the huge floppy map in rain n wind? To suggest proper walkers don't use technology shows your ignorance. OS and others sell devices specifically for this purpose.