First sign up gives 30% off using code 30OFF, which brings it down to £18.9
If you don’t want to wait for a better price then don’t buy the scholl anyway, it’s cheap Chinese quality. I highly recommend this from cecotec, it has a rechargeable lo-ion battery as well so no messing with wasteful Duracell’s for the scholl amazon.co.uk/dp/B08152F29X/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_imm_t1_rEIZFbXXKWFK9?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
If you want a hot UK deal then it looks like you are going to have to!
Posted 26th Jul 2020Posted 26th Jul 2020
2 x Scholl foot files for £26.99 @ Scholl£26.99£39.9933% off Free P&P Free
I am sure it does once you go to pay I thought the same at first
@irene.davison maybe try RUN. This might work? :)
I have signed up for emails but it is not giving me a second one free
Morrisons have a few pounds off some Scholl products too, if you want different items
https://www.scholl.co.uk/products/velvet-smooth-electronic-foot-file-system-with-exfoliation-head-refill-ne?pr_prod_strat=description&pr_rec_pid=2125951991873&pr_ref_pid=1369119096897&pr_seq=uniform&variant=29425289101377 link to product
Posted 10th Jan 2019Posted 10th Jan 2019
40% off orthotic insoles @ Scholl. Plus other foot stuff, Plus another 10% off if you sign up for newsletter.
Plus free delivery if you spend over £30. Ignore the pop up offering 15% off, it expired 31/12/2018. I've sadly been using these for years, they are indispensable for me. Only tim… Read more
Thanks, I'll give them a go. I live in trainers too, got it in both feet. I always buy asics gel whatever's when they are cheap. I've recently bought a pair of reeboks with a fancy memorytech insole and I can wear them without orthotics, not for too long though.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01MS50LFJ?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_pd_title These were the last ones I got. I wear trainers on a daily basis and just leave the insoles in them. Probably worth mentioning I've got planier fasciitis in one foot, I can wear flip flops on the beach but any walking in them and I'm in major pain for three days or so after (made that mistake before) so have to have the support.
I've tried a few of the cheaper ones from amazon but been disappointed by them. Any ones you can recommend?
Great price for the sports ones but I still think they're overpriced. I have the same condition and started with these (after balking at the £50 the chiropidist wanted) but after trying loads of types I've found the £5 ones on amazon are more than good enough for daily use. Voted hot as good price for the brand.
Awful website can ever see what it is you're looking at.
Posted 28th Jun 2018Posted 28th Jun 2018
Direct from Scholl Pedi Pink Velvet EXTRA Coarse for £15.41 delivered and 5% TCB too£15.41
If someone wants to try something else for their feet, try O'keeffe's Healthy Feet, which works extremely well.
(shock) I have got about 15 of these! I'm not an addict lol i bought them becauseI saw them last year in a shop that sells out of date stuff and they were 3 for £1 and I knew they were selling them in supermarkets for about £4 so I bought loads. Think I used one 3 times total then forgot about it. I'll have to dig one out n start using it again before they go weird.
No you need something more moisturising but I wouldn't be happy to get this as a gift from DH, saying I'd buy it for myself so heat added.
I thought it was a shoe heel repair glue until I went to the link. Surely a tube of Savalon from the pound shop will do the same as OP post?
Posted 16th Nov 2017Posted 16th Nov 2017
Scholl Black Friday... up to 50% off
Looks like Scholl are offering 50% off Pedi, 1/3 off Insoles & 1/3 off Hosiery for Black Friday - all with free shipping! Typically buy my insoles from Scholl and managed to s… Read more