Yup, it does :) Those under £40 do benefit with 5 off 25, for click and collect. Good option for free delivery over £40, so thanks for that, it alll helps!
You can only use one code at a time, so if You planned on using the free delivery over £40 code, (FREEDEL40) You won't be able to. By using this You do save another 5p. Or effectively free delivery over £25 . I hope that makes sense !
That’s grand. Thanks very much all :) much appreciated (y)
I have a leaflet containing the voucher. It came inside a newspaper or magazine, I don't know where you could pick one up. The T&Cs have a few exclusions.
Might sound funny but if the item you want isn't on the website, could you not buy something else which is on the site, the same price, then get the £5 off, and click & collect that to your shop, then take that back and exchange it for the thing you want?
Hi Doug do you have the same voucher for in store or do you know where I can get it to redeem the £5 off over £25 until 24th December in store. The item I’m after is only available in store. ManyThanks
Thanks for taking the time to post this, worked out well for me (y)
£5 off of £25 spend at Robert Dyas Online (Min £50 online spend to order items + £4.95 P&P))
Been disappointed by dyas codes chicanery before. Just loses them potential customers
TBH it's usually good! With the min spend of £50, no matter what you order and no C&C atm, the delivery charge wipes out any potential saving. Hopefully once restrictions are lifted, the code will still be valid. Thank you for taking time to post :)
Thanks for correcting me :) Not such a good deal at all now haha.
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Not 4 or 5ft no. Maybe 3 ft with all the shelves removed - certainly enough to have two fruit bearing plants in if you kept them trim
Is it suitable for two or three cherry tomato plants approx 4/5ft if you take the shelves out?
This is exactly the same one as the one my mrs bought from Aldi a few months back for £60. I had to put the thing together and it seemed alright. It came with a three year warranty and I'd be amazed if it last that long as the winters in Cornwall are brutal on timber structures. I had a milk frother from Aldi that didn't last the three years, got my money back. So imagine my mrs will do the same with this.
Yeah...until you get one with missing / broken parts, odd sized panels and broken wood / polycarbonate panels. (skeptical)
This is true, but i got good results with two wall hooks for the handle, then i clipped the bottom of the reel with two brackets and its spot on, i needed the compact feature and this worked really well. if you're a budding DIY'er then queue up the A Team music and give it a go, this is a great price for this.
Nope. That's a separate, more expensive model. This is meant to be plonked on the ground / carried.
I bought the exact same one on Amazon 2.5 years ago. We use it about twice a week for a small few items so take this with a pinch of salt. It replaced an expensive (>£150) Tefal steam generating iron that had eventually died after 6 years of service. Personally, I find it great. It heats up quite quickly, the steam from it is powerful enough for jeans and you get in a rhythm of ironing for a few seconds (generally feels like it was more than enough time), placing it back on the base, adjusting the item, and then reaching for the iron when you hear the click. I can use it with the base attached and it is then the exact same as a traditional iron, but it actually feels far less bothersome than traditional irons when using it as it is meant to be used as I no longer have to try to avoid a cable etc. I'm not saying it's completely groundbreaking, nor life-changing, but it has definitely made my life a little easier when ironing the few items I iron each week. It is also far smaller and easier to manage than the Tefal it replaced. I would replace this with the exact same model if it was to break.
I have just brought a cordless one not this brand though. You have to keep putting it back on the stand after around 8 seconds and it takes 6 again to charge. Not sure what I think of them wether its more of a hassle to keep waiting for it to charge. It would be interesting to see how long this stays charged for
Are these cordless ones any good or just a gimmick?
Hi, No I have not tbh - was not expecting to & kept falling for Robert Dyas' assurances with all the stress of Covid/Lockdown etc. They really do have the very worst customer services - be aware of this if you order anything of high expense!
Have you tried contacting Salter instead?
HI All, I had one these bought from Robert Dyas which was supposed to replaced in Nov 2020. They sent the replacement to the wrong address & ever since I have been messed around time after time. They made assurance after assurance a new one would be sent but it never was. After the third promise weeks later, I was told I would have to wait another 28 days for delivery which came & went. I wrote to them last month asking for the Head Office Complaints department & they yet again replied the item would be sent out immediately & did not provide the details requested. True to form, it never arrived & then I get a message from them that it was out of stock & I would be getting a refund within 5 days - you guessed it, to date no refund has been made. 7 MONTHS & they still refuse to sort out properly - worst customer service I have ever had - does anyone here know the address & contact details for their Head Office as it is not shown on their website? Many Thanks!
Reviews I see are all "paid for" type. I think it is carefully worded to mislead, without actually saying it has a pump! If it has a pump, then it is the exact design of those without pumps. It says, "five bar pump pressure" which seems an odd way to describe it. Odd too there is no mention of a pump in the manual on their site. ( http://images.esellerpro.com/2579/I/61/EK4369 Barista Pro.pdf ) The manual does however refer to steam and pressure in the water container:
If it has no pump then they must be breaking the law by saying "5 bar pump pressure" in https://www.saltercookshop.com/ek3131-salter-ek3131-espressimo-barista-style-coffee-machine-black.html This review also mentions a pump: https://espressomachinereviews.org.uk/salter-ek3131-espressimo When I was at university I had one of those steam-pressure-only machines so I know what they are like, but I think this one is a bit different. Probably not much better though.
Hi, M/S is the measurement they use to assess vibration. HSE has a calculator, but basically less is better :) For something sensibly priced, I would highly recommend the Makita M9204 Random Orbit. Random orbits give the best level of finish, but being circular means they cannot get into corners etc. It's low rating for vibration too (I think 3.5 m/s). If you specifically need to get into corners, go for a 1/4 or 1/3 sheet sander. The Makita M9203 is about £35 on Amazon, so again well priced. The Bosch green PSS 250 AE is another option and £45 from B&Q. Ideal world, you would have both - A random orbit and a sheet/finishing sander. But the red Makita stuff is generally good quality for the price - older Makita pro designs, but made in China rather than Japan.
Hello, what is m/s , just so as I know. And is there one You would recommend . not necessarily at this price ? Thanks (y)
It's a good price, but cheap sanders can are pretty unusable due to vibration. This is 9.6m/s which is probably the highest I have seen on a sander. A have a couple Bosch sanders - the random orbit is 2.5 m/s (admittedly, it's best in class) and the tri sander like this is 5 m/s. Worth being aware of - you shouldn't be using something like this for longer than 30 mins at a time.
I thought I'd bought a holster sized cordless drill driver, but the seller had the wrong picture on the Ad (ebay) and sent me a Cordless, Keyless Performance Power FMTC30VCLD as new, in the case fer about £20...a couple of years ago now. Hardly gets used, but holds a good charge. A cracking piece of kit, but a bit of a beast, still I do like the spirit level on top. The ONLY thing missing is the 4 X 4 TER CARRY IT AROUND. XD
Yeah I was thinking the same as other main brands seem to be getting smaller as well. I remember back in my day you would need a 4x4 to cart your power drill around. Hope this helps.
hmmmmmm.... this one or the Amazon one posted yesterday....?
Small doesn't have to be a bad thing, it's what's under the bonnet that counts, as in does it pack a punch. Good spot on your part, that we'd have the option of 2 batteries, I like that idea (y)
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How to Redeem a Robert Dyas Discount Code
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Saving money on household essentials is usually possible with the right Robert Dyas promo code. The company offers a constant supply of savings, delivering big reductions on delivery and specific products. Redeeming Robert Dyas deals is as easy as can be. Just follow these simple steps:
Head to hotukdeals and find a Robert Dyas voucher code.
Then, shop the online store and add items to basket.
Once you are ready, view your basket and checkout.
On the "My Basket" page, look for the "Add a Promotional Code" section underneath the order total.
Click "Add a Promotional Code" to reveal a text box. Type in your Robert Dyas promo code here and click "Apply".
The Robert Dyas code should now be taken off your total.
Complete the checkout process.
Robert Dyas FAQs
Does Robert Dyas deliver?
Yes, Robert Dyas does offer a delivery service. Standard Delivery costs £4.95 (free for orders over £50) and takes up to 5 working days. Next Day Delivery and Named Day Delivery both cost £5.95, and Saturday Delivery costs £7.95. Additional costs will apply for bulky items or for delivers to Scottish Highlands & Scottish Isles, Isle of Man & Isles of Scilly, Northern Ireland, and the Isle of Wight.
Do Robert Dyas price match?
No, Robert Dyas does not price match with similar online retailers. So check for current promo codes or catch the Robert Dyas sale if you want to find the lowest possible price.
Do Robert Dyas do student discount?
Yes they do. Members of the Totum, Student Beans and VC Students schemes can enter their details to claim a Robert Dyas student discount of 10% or more across the company's catalogue.
Do Robert Dyas do finance?
No, Robert Dyas do not offer financing on their products,
Does Robert Dyas accept PayPal?
Yes, PayPal is an accepted payment method at Robert Dyas online. You can also pay using Visa, Visa Debit, MasterCard, or American Express.
Which shipping partners do Robert Dyas use?
When you purchase items from Robert Dyas, they will be shipped by either ParcelForce (for smaller packages) or Tuffnells (for bulkier goods)
Does Robert Dyas do NHS discount?
Yes. Members of the Health Service Discounts scheme can claim 10% savings across the board when they shop at Robert Dyas.
Is there a Robert Dyas app?
No, there is no special Robert Dyas app, although you can follow the store on social media or shop online via all conventional smartphones.
Is there a Robert Dyas newsletter?
Yes there is, and it provides regular updates about new products and upcoming sales. Sign up here.
Do Robert Dyas do gift cards?
Yes and no. You can buy Robert Dyas gift cards online but there's no option to use Robert Dyas gift cards online. However, shoppers can buy Robert Dyas gift vouchers to use in bricks and mortar stores.
Shipping Options from Robert Dyas
When you shop online with Robert Dyas, various shipping options should be available depending on how quickly you need your items, and how much they weigh. Here are the main delivery settings to help you plan your purchase:
Standard deliveries will arrive within 5 working days and come with a £4.95 fee.
If you order before 3:00pm from Monday to Thursday, you can receive items the next working days (weekends are excluded). A fee of £5.95 will apply and deliveries can be made from 8:00am until 7:00pm.
Choose any working day in the next 30 day period. Again, a £5.95 fee will apply and orders can be delivered from 8:00am until 7:00pm.
Orders placed before 2:00pm on Friday can be delivered on Saturdays for a £7.95 fee.
Shoppers should note that Robert Dyas free delivery applies for all standard deliveries worth £50 or more, and Robert Dyas voucher codes may be available to cut the cost of next day deliveries.
The Robert Dyas Returns Policy
Normally, Robert Dyas allows customers to return items within 14 days for a full refund or exchange. However, unsealed electronics, customised items, mattresses, spa products, and fresh food is not included. If your products qualify, here's how to make a return:
Post: Robert Dyas Head Office, F4, 1 St George's Rd, Wimbledon, London SW19 4DR
Alternatively, the company has put together an informative FAQ section which goes into enough detail to answer most queries. Check it out here before getting in touch, as it may save valuable time.
Robert Dyas on Social Media
The product selection at Robert Dyas Online is constantly changing (not to mention the range of Robert Dyas code promotions). So it's essential to follow the company as closely as possible. The Robert Dyas blog is a good starting point, but the best way to remain informed is by following the company at its various social media channels:
About Robert Dyas
Founded in 1872, Robert Dyas is probably the UK's most famous hardware retailer. There are 94 Robert Dyas stores dotted all over the country, and the online store features an endless array of household essentials. So let's dig deeper and explore what's available, and how to save.
Discovering the Robert Dyas Product Range
Robert Dyas has a reputation for selling useful products which we need in everyday life. And that remains true. If you need a stapler or a hammer, Robert Dyas is a good place to look. But as a quick run through the Robert Dyas catalogue shows, there's more to the store than boring old tools and office supplies.
If you are serious about DIY or just want to be prepared, Robert Dyas has your back. Pick up drills, screwdrivers, saws, work desks, vices, clamps and knives. Source the components and materials required to complete your current projects, give your home a makeover with wallpaper or paint accessories, and organise everything neatly with shelves or trays.
Secure your home or business with smart cameras and alarms, beef up your garden fencing, add some security lighting for night-time vision, or install some child-safety equipment to make stairs safe for little ones. There are office security essentials like shredders and key safes, as well as fire safety kit to keep everyone safe and sound.
Travel and Leisure
If you need luggage for all the family, Robert Dyas is a good place to shop. There are cases and backpacks, as well as tents, water bottles, sleeping bags, camp beds, mats, picnic accessories, and everything else you could think of for organising outdoor adventures. There's also a well-stocked cycling section for kids and adults alike.
A general section which covers aspects of outdoor life like trampolines and kids play accessories, petcare products, picnic blankets, decorative lights, and garden ornaments. If you want to enhance your garden, it's the first place to shop.
One of the most popular parts of the Robert Dyas online store, the cleaning department features products and tools for every imaginable household sanitation challenge. Stock up on detergents for bathrooms and kitchen surfaces, unblock drains with ease, freshen your home's air, handle dust deposits, and create spaces that are a joy to use.
Not exactly a loyalty scheme, My Dyas offers personalised recommendations based around your past purchases (if you've created an account, that is). It's a really clever tool to use when you aren't sure exactly which model to buy, especially for everyday items like kettles or toasters.
Shop for Huge Global Brands at Robert Dyas
One of the best things about shopping with Robert Dyas is the huge selection of major brands. Big names are present in all product categories and include:
Whether you're seeking a new fridge or a handheld drill, saving money shouldn't be a problem with Robert Dyas, and there are numerous ways to save. Firstly, the Robert Dyas sale section is filled with deals, usually featuring reductions of 50% or more. Robert Dyas Black Friday deals in November usually bring even bigger savings, while the Clearance section is also well worth checking out. Students and key workers can access special 10% savings via various membership scheme, while all of us can save big via Robert Dyas promotional code deals. Be sure to browse the latest codes at hotukdeals before buying anything, as discounts appear all the time.
How to Purchase Robert Dyas Gift Cards
Robert Dyas stocks so many essential items that giving the store's gift cards should suit pretty much anyone. Buying gift vouchers is simple and quick. Here's how to do so:
Gift vouchers can be purchased in either £5 or £10 formats. So work out how many you will need to reach the desired total.
Press “Checkout Securely”, supply your payment details, and choose a delivery address. If you want to send the voucher to another person, choose the “deliver to a specified address” option and enter the address of the recipient.
How to Redeem Your Robert Dyas Gift Voucher
The only possible drawback regarding Robert Dyas gift vouchers is that they cannot be used online. Instead, here's how to redeem them:
Take your voucher to a nearby Robert Dyas store. Finding locations is much easier if you use the Store Finder tool. And with 94 stores across the UK, there should be a shop in your neighbourhood.
Just pick items from the shelves and pay at the checkout as normal.