Can you use it directly on top of a kitchen gas hob?
I use this griddle pan in my Ooni koda 12 https://www.aldi.co.uk/kirkton-house-cast-iron-griddle-pan/p/085904305421603 I think I paid £15 in store. It’s out of stock now but they will be back in stock at some point.
It cooks steaks amazingly, I think the high temp will burn off any mess
I was in the same boat, I only got a 10% off voucher but I also had an additional 7% off Lakeland through my Santander card. Really wanted to combine the talked about 20% off with the Santander but when we were at the tail end of summer I bit the bullet and ordered but quite happy as I’ve used the ooni with great success in a few garden get togethers. The Lakeland rep told me they send vouchers 3-4 times a year with 20% being a common voucher. The next lot, for me at least, will be sent around the end of September. I signed up in July for reference.
From the ooni deals, everyone always say you should get one after a couple of weeks from signing up (confused)
Posted 19th JunPosted 19th Jun
Lakeland upto 50% sale - Free click and collect / free delivery over £45
Lakeland 50% off has started - not much on there for me unfortunately. Lavazza A Modo Mio Jolie Plus Coffee Machine Gunmetal Grey £59.99 - Here Brabantia Stackable Laundry B… Read more
Bought a commercial version of this at the start of the pandemic for my business. Effective and safe cleaning solution for very little on going cost. It's so cheap we give it away to our staff to take home. No nasty chemicals to store, no need to use PPE and unused solution is safe to pour down the drain. What you're paying for is the special catalyst that converts salty water into sodium hydroxide and hypochlorous acid, powerful enough to kill germs, invented by a Soviet scientist during the Cold War as a response to biological warfare. Hot from me
For £20 less you can buy a 50l drum of hydrochlorous acid based disinfectant, enough to satisfy even the most neurotic. Sodium hydroxide is more commonly known as a drain cleaner and yes, it is a potent degreaser, so much so that even a weak solution will make your fingers feel 'slippery' as it converts the oils in your skin to soap.
you can get the same sort of thing from aliexpress for about £20 (y)
Or, get three hand spray bottles from poundland, out some vinegar in one and dilute with Tao water in the first, some bleach and dilute it with Tao water in the second, and for the especially nervous, take some diluted disinfectant and stick it in the third ( i would genuinely stay away from the caustic soda, even if it was relatively dilute) And with the sixty quid you just saved yourself .... ;) Which is a long way of saying, sorry, cold from me.
Posted 11th MarPosted 11th MarLocalLocal
£10 off £50 spend or £5 off £30 spend (Check email\latest post magazine) at Lakeland
Per the title £10 off £50 spend or £5 off £30 spend for myLakeland members or if you’re on their post or email mailing list (Check email\latest post magazine). Online only for no… Read more
Yeah same here! £299 is my cut off as well haha. I did ask for a 25% discount but they said they can only do 15% now :( Maybe you'll have some luck though!
Yeah me too. I would pay £299 and be happy with that. I might be cheeky and ask for a 25% off, see what happens. I doubt it though as these seem to be in high demand. I still need to buy a grinder to go with it too. That £40 makes all the difference.
Same! Probably sounds silly but that 10% is enough for me to swerve it to be honest... £40 is quite a lot, especially when these machines were going for less than £250 a year or so ago :(
Did you manage to get a code? I signed up but was sent a 15% not 25%.
Fantastic, thanks so much! Didn't realise I could still sign up to the Zoom meetings but I've booked one in - fingers crossed I can get a code :)
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Posted 26th FebPosted 26th Feb
Lakeland Mini Snacks and Egg Bite Maker £14.99 + £3.50 delivery at Lakeland£18.49
A bargain little snack maker that can bake muffins and other snacks, only 420w so could be used at home or even in a caravan or campervan Easy-to-use electric mini bites maker … Read more
For £14.99 this really is a bargain for anyone with kids who doesn't want to fire up a big oven to bake a few buns, its only 420w. Yes I understaand stuff gets used then put in a cupboard and I have the same issue, but you have to have some fun in your life and the cost of 4 muffins in Costa coffee probably wouldn't be far off paying for the machine, so can we have a bit more positiveness rather than all the negative comments, maybe time to get off the computer and have some fun bonding and educational time baking with the kids, Oh! if you don't have kids adults can play too (y)
Ordered and asked them to deliver it straight to my loft
One of those items which looks tempting but you would use twice and then try to find some space in the cupboard to dump it.
This would have been handy to have when my oven broke. We love pancakes with bacon and scrambled eggs and found ways to cook everything else but pancakes without the oven
Solution looking for a problem, anyone?
Posted 7th FebPosted 7th Feb
KitchenAid Artisan Mini 3.3 Litre Stand Mixer Matte Grey 5KSM3311XBFG £299.99 at Lakeland£299.99 Free P&P Free
KitchenAid Artisan Mini 3.3 Litre Stand Mixer Matte Grey 5KSM3311XBFG
Don’t know if I’m just unlucky or Lakeland have some issues with delivery...I’m still waiting for my KitchenAid glass mixing bowl I ordered in December (horror) Every time I call them to chase up it’s due to arrive next week (annoyed)
These aren't easy to get ahold of at the moment and it is a good price, don't know why it's getting downvoted. 3.3L is on the smaller side, but it's perfect for the home. Not like the average person is going to use it for more than bread and cakes anyway.
I think it is going cold because similar sized ones can be had for around £25.00 or less in the likes of Tesco, Aldi etc. However, this one does seem to have more features. Not sure how much benefit those extra features actually give. Not voted either way
Excellent brand! Plus 3 year guarantee with everything from Lakeland
There are very good reviews
It’s actually only got a 5.5ltr working capacity. These things can be so deceiving. It’s a little annoying!
Also - I got my first one direct from Crushgrind Denmark and it came with a really very nice bag of very fresh beans in a beautiful presentation box - I hope this does too! But that cost me £40 ...
I have this grinder and it's a steal for this price. It's very high quality and grinds quickly. And it's small and compact and I take it work every day .. for this price I'm going to get another and keep one at home and home too. But note that it takes a lot of effort especially if you have it set to very fine - but I like the workout!
Mine arrived. No idea which way results in different adjustment of the grind and doesn't say in the instructions! I ground a portion of beans, was quite coarse, so brewed up with the dripper, very good. Just need to work out what way for espresso
Ok bud (y) lol
I don't keep stating it, I've said it once. And you really should compare apples with apples i.e. manual grinders with manual grinders, not with a commercial electric grinder. Is it in that context that your chap on Youtube says ceramic is best? Now I don't really know how much to read into it, but the higher end manual grinders that I've looked at (well north of £100 in some cases) all have steel burrs. Chatter all you want about metallurgic qualities and heat resistance, but there's probably a reason that budget models have ceramic burrs and more expensive models have steel burrs. I don't claim to know what it is, but I'd hazard the manufacturers do. But rather than getting hung up on burr type hows about looking around, speaking to coffee enthusiasts with access to some higher end gear as a point of comparison, speak to people who've lived with a particular model for a few years. Because I'd bet that you'll end up with a better grinder. Oh, and James Hoffman's favourite grinder (Kinu M47) has steel burrs.
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Using a Lakeland Discount Code
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You can find loads of great Lakeland deals at hotukdeals, here is how to use a Lakeland voucher code:
Add the products you need to your basket at Lakeland.
You will find a box that says "Enter a myLakeland Coupon or Voucher Code".
Enter the Lakeland voucher code.
The amount will be deducted and you can pay the remaining balance as usual.
Do Lakeland do student discount?
Sometimes there are deals available just for students, it’s best to check on hotukdeals to be the first to know.
Do Lakeland accept Klarna?
No, you cannot pay with Klarna at Lakeland but there are plenty of other options, all listed further down this page.
Does Lakeland do NHS discount?
Sometimes there are deals available just for NHS workers, it’s best to check on hotukdeals to be the first to know.
Do Lakeland deliver?
Yes, there are a few options available too, all are listed further down this page.
Do Lakeland accept Love To Shop vouchers?
No, you cannot pay with Love2Shop vouchers at Lakeland.
Delivery Options at Lakeland
Lakeland has a number of delivery options to suit the requirements of each customer. It is best to check where they are available
Free for orders over £40 - if your order totals under £40 you'll need to pay £3.50. For this service, delivery times vary, but you will be given a date during the checkout process.
Costs £8.50, delivery times may vary but this option is quicker than Standard Delivery.
Click and Collect
Free for all orders to a Lakeland store, £3.50 to a Parcelshop. You can choose to have your delivery delivered either to a Lakeland store or to a Hermes Parcelshop.
£8.50, or you can choose to use a Hermes Parcelshop for £2.99. Delivery should be delivered by 9 pm the next day.
When an Order Needs to be Returned at Lakeland
If you need to return an item or an entire order to Lakeland, you have two options both of which are free: return the order to a high street store or send it back. Every product has a 3-year guarantee meaning there’s plenty of time to return items so long as you keep your receipt. Here´s how you return it in a Lakeland store:
You can take the order into one of their high-street stores along with a delivery note.
You will be given a receipt and the item will be returned to their depot.
The refund is done when the order has been processed.
Or alternatively, call their customer services team on 015394 88100.
They will ask why you wish to return the item.
Once you have explained, they organise a refund and explain how you should return the product.
Or, they can arrange for a courier to collect the product.
If a courier is arranged, you'll need to fill in the returns form and repackage your order ready to be collected.
The refund will be made back to your original method of payment when the return has been processed.
Payment at Lakeland
At the Lakeland online store, you can pay for an order using:
Lakeland Customer Support
To search for answers yourself, take a look through their FAQ section. Here are the different ways you can contact Lakeland:
Online Web Chat: There is a chat function on their website just click the speech bubble in the corner of their website.
Phone: You can get in touch with the Lakeland team via phone on 015394 88100; lines are open Monday to Sunday, from 9 am to 5 pm.
Email: You can also fill in a contact form on their website.
Follow Lakeland: Social Media, Newsletter and App
Lakeland keeps in touch with its customers through the following social media accounts. Lakeland also has an app, the Lakeland Magazine app, which focuses on food and recipes, including plenty of seasonal content. If you sign up for the Lakeland newsletter, you'll be sent details of new products, sales and web-only offers. They also have a blog called the Lakeland Slice, featuring lifestyle and cookery articles.
Lakeland: Modern Home and Kitchenware from a Quality Brand
Lakeland was launched in 1956 by Alan Rayner, who worked in agricultural feed sales. He established a small mail-order company, aimed at providing local farmers with a simple way of packing their produce in polythene bags. Other home freezing items were soon added to their catalogue and the business was run from the family garage, at their Lake District home. When Alan retired in 1974, his sons took over and widened the range of products further. Since then the company has continued to grow and appeal to an ever-widening contemporary market, as of 2021 it has 68 stores with its flagship store in Windermere.
What Kinds of Products are Available from Lakeland?
Lakeland offers a range of products divided up into various categories, so customers can locate what they want quickly. These are:
This section contains products for preparing and serving food, including bakeware, knives and cookery books. You can also find picnic sets, storage containers and electricals.
In the Offers section of the Lakeland homepage, you can find deals on various items from their many departments including leather and kitchen goods. They also hold annual general and plastics sales, in the Spring, the Summer, and just after Christmas, where entire ranges are reduced by up to 50%. In the Black Friday Lakeland sale, Lakeland participates with huge reductions on appliances, kitchenware and homewares. Finally, they provide regular discount codes that entitle shoppers to free gifts, a percentage discount, or free delivery.
Buying a Gift Voucher at Lakeland.co.uk
You can buy a Lakeland gift voucher online, here’s how:
Click through to the checkout and enter your details.
Pay in the usual way.
How to Redeem Lakeland Gift Cards
If you want to spend the voucher on your next purchase at Lakeland, follow these simple steps:
Start by selecting the products you intend to buy and placing them in your basket.
Next, click "Checkout".
On this page, locate the box marked "Lakeland Gift Card" and select either e-voucher or paper voucher.
Enter the voucher number and PIN.
Click "Apply voucher".
The value will be deducted from your order. Pay any remaining balance in the usual way.
The Best Lakeland Deals: Make a Bargain with hotukdeals
Shoppers can learn about the latest kitchen and homeware offers at Lakeland as they happen, by visiting the brand's page at hotukdeals. Make sure to browse through the many Lakeland vouchers at hotukdeals to find the right Lakeland promo code for you such as Lakeland free delivery.