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Re: Lidl stuff

Post by Wulfshead » Tue Aug 18, 2015 2:22 pm

When my wife asks me if we want to go to Tesco or Aldi she knows it's Aldi when I answer 'Preppers R Us' :lol:

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Re: Lidl stuff

Post by munchh » Wed Aug 19, 2015 1:08 am

Ive never been to an Aldi?
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Re: Lidl stuff

Post by Deeps » Wed Aug 19, 2015 9:32 am

munchh wrote:Ive never been to an Aldi?
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Get yourself down there, its where all the cool kids are hangin'.

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Re: Lidl stuff

Post by munchh » Wed Aug 19, 2015 4:12 pm

I know right!

there are 2 lidl's within 6 miles of me but the closest Aldi is much further and i work nights, so by the time im up its too far to go.
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Re: Lidl stuff

Post by preparedsurrey » Wed Aug 19, 2015 9:00 pm

There's Aldi at Three Bridges just past the big tesco, the only other on I can think of is East Grinsted, it's pretty much the same as lidl except they reduce the special offer lines if they don't sell.
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Re: Lidl stuff

Post by munchh » Thu Aug 20, 2015 1:30 am

You are mixing them up sir, three bridges is a Lidl, horley has a Lidl and yes eastgrinstead is an Aldi.
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Re: Lidl stuff

Post by preparedsurrey » Thu Aug 20, 2015 6:48 pm

Sorry good job I didn't go in looking for my usual Aldi bits and bobs - would have been a bit confusing! There is a fairly good army surplus place in the industrial estate at the end of the road though!
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Re: Lidl stuff

Post by munchh » Fri Aug 21, 2015 9:04 am

Hmmm, it was good, but now there is no surplus in there its all airguns and aimed at bbers.

Jons army surplus in salfords is the best i know round our way.
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Lidl stuff

Post by butterbean » Sat Aug 22, 2015 10:55 pm

Bought some shelving racking stuff from lidl on Thursday, didn't really know what to expect with the quality but at the price thought it was worth a punt, really glad I did there great. £35 for 1 set or £60 for 2. I got 2 and have them set up in the garage, 1 set up as a tall unit with 5 shelves and the other set up as a long worktop style (3 and 2 shelves). Loaded them up with a fair bit of weight and no sag at all. Tempted on getting more to be honest.

And I know this is lidl thread but as I'm here, aldi has a few decent bits in at the min, got myself a few packs of tarp of multiple sizes, only had 1 out but all seems good, well chuffed with the day's shopping


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Re: Lidl stuff

Post by munchh » Sun Aug 23, 2015 7:14 pm

Just prompted my brother to grag one of the solar security lights, ive had mine 2 years now, front and back of the house, still working fine.
same with the last 2 dremel type kits, the last one they did for £20 was amazing, same kit from dremel is about £150, does the same job, especially with some diamond cutting discs from ebay.
I think you just have to forget where you are buying it sometimes, its not all great or cheaper, but some really is.
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