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Ruprect Spode09/02/2013 19:10:20
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Tomorrow Sunday 10th February 2013, Aldi has some interesting bargains on this day:

Gloss Outdoor spray paint £2.99 per 400ml can

colours: Red/blue/yellow/black/green/white

Table Vice Multi position with G clamp and suction feet £6.99

Digital caliper guage & box £8.99

180W detail sander £14.99

Other power tools available.

Ruprect

Tom Sharp09/02/2013 22:09:12
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But have they got any Horse meat?

Tim Mackey09/02/2013 22:51:02
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Naaaay lad smiley

Devcon109/02/2013 23:06:17
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I tried some of thier Beefburgers last week but they gave me the trots.......

Codename-John09/02/2013 23:42:58
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I wouldnt try their diet burgers either, theyre low in fat but full of shergar

Biggles' Elder Brother - Moderator09/02/2013 23:47:04
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You lot are incorrigible! smile

The word "topic" wont even pass my lips - there's no point! wink 2

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Handyman09/02/2013 23:51:50
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Now then BB. Dont you get on your high horse, You might just fall off!!!!!!hee,hee,hee!

Biggles' Elder Brother - Moderator10/02/2013 00:23:07
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Grooooooan!crook They don't get better do they!

BEB

Spice Cat10/02/2013 00:26:56
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Any chance we can rein this in a bit?
Tom Sharp10/02/2013 01:13:02
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Posted by Spice Cat on 10/02/2013 00:26:56:
Any chance we can rein this in a bit?
I'd put a fiver each way on chances of that.

Dean10/02/2013 09:53:28
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It's ok the new burgers are low in fat but high in shergar

LMA Dave10/02/2013 10:03:21
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Come on you lot stop horsing around and get back on topic.cheeky

Devcon110/02/2013 10:05:43
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Hi Reprect,

Thanks for tip, and I'm off down there now to what the odds are of them having a Vernier gauge in stock. We have two Aldis in Exeter so I might be on to a winner, I bet I'm lucky.....

Regards

John

Greybeard10/02/2013 10:16:23
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Posted by savedbytheground on 10/02/2013 10:05:43:

Hi Reprect,

Thanks for tip, and I'm off down there now to what the odds are of them having a Vernier gauge in stock. We have two Aldis in Exeter so I might be on to a winner, I bet I'm lucky.....

Regards

John

You had better get a gallop on otherwise you may mince them.

TheFlyingCrust10/02/2013 10:22:58
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Hi John, I bought one last time they were on offer. Did some research on their quality and apparently the digital bit very good. Passed the Standard Inspection tes in an instrument lab. The comment that did come out was that analog scale was a bit off on the one they tested - but excellent value.

Ian

Edited By Rentman on 10/02/2013 10:23:31

Eric Powell10/02/2013 10:28:03
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Gallop off down there & stop horsing about.

Devcon110/02/2013 13:51:58
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Just got back,

The ALDI Sunday offer certainly whipped up a bit of interest, It was very busy so had to jockey for position at the tills after trotting down the aisles, got a vernier gauge but had run out of one of the other items, it's Ok though as the assistant said they had some more coming in at ten to four.

Added bonus was a pack of glue sticks that came in differnt colours.

I got saddled with a bill of over £40 for all the other stuff I bought..... to cap it all I stalled the car in the car park near the fence.

The Vernier Gauge works fine, very pleased...

Regards

John ( I make it ten)

Devcon110/02/2013 19:22:46
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Just used the vaccum vice for the first time, the jaws are a bit loose when adjusting but when clamped up works a treat, might pop down to get a clamp version tomorrow....

John

John Miller 410/02/2013 20:16:44
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C'mon fella's

If you keep this up the moderators will only nag.

Johnny Kirkham10/02/2013 20:54:02
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Johnny's tip of the day :-

If you have a tired old lathe or milling machine you can use those cheap digital verniers as cheap digital displays. Just buy two of them, cut off the jaws, make up some suitable brackets and attach them to the cross slide of your lathe or the X,Y,Z of your milling machine. You then have English or Metric measurement at a flick of a switch and you can zero the scale at any time........and sooooo cheap

Johnny

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