Aldi super thread

Discussion in 'OZ Vendors & Flea Market' started by Mungo, Jun 10, 2008.

  1. TEZZA

    TEZZA ADV B4 DEM/TED

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    Hay Warin , where did you he the info from. I have looked on the we page and not able to find that info for the 12th.:freaky
    Tezza:D
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    QUOTE=Warin;23844672]Camping type things - Sat 12 April

    Sleeping bag $25 -.6C

    Pegs $10 for 20 in a plastic contaner

    $4 for: 4 tent pegs with LED lighs (stops drunks err :huh reduces trip falls), 4 'night glow' guy ropes etc

    3 in 1 jacket, waterproof/breathable outer, removable fleece inner $60

    Wool hiking socks $10

    tarp $7

    9 led torch $4

    cookware set $25[/QUOTE]
  2. davorallyfan

    davorallyfan Commonist

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    Theres always a a few staggering around late, loud and looking for B r a i n s or wezaspartay. When the neurons are diminished they head for the bright light ...moths to the flame. Thats when you throw a net over them shootem and then piss on them. Or something.
  3. sidetrack one

    sidetrack one Chief Tiddler

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    The instore /home delivered catalogues are a week ahead of the web site!:deal
  4. TEZZA

    TEZZA ADV B4 DEM/TED

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    Now you are teasing me as I live about 1 hr to the closet store .
    Tezza:D
  5. Warin

    Warin Retired

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    If you go in Wednesday then you might get the next catalog... so do your grocery shopping on Wednesday. Only go in a Sat when you need too, leaving more time on the weekend.

    I'll try to keep you lot of deprived buggers updated .. but I could miss a few weeks here and there...
  6. BergDonk

    BergDonk Old Enough to Know Better

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    I got another telescopic folding walking stick the other day. Easy to mod and then use as a bike prop.

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  7. GodSilla

    GodSilla I did that.

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    For those who prefer a little comfort when travelling and camping, there's an 800 watt generator at SuperCheap, $279, full inverter-type and it will run computers and such. It looks to be a proper bargain too.

    Just sayin'.....
  8. Oz-Strom

    Oz-Strom Still trying

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    Also can use the base of a aluminium adjustable crutch the same way - light and portable
  9. Doctor

    Doctor Banned

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    i reckon this thread should go to vendors too






    just sayin
  10. Jawk

    Jawk Im lost again.

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    What a ripper !

    Ive got two or three of those lying around in my office at work... theres one less in there now !

    :clap:clap:clap
  11. davorallyfan

    davorallyfan Commonist

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    The camping pot set is a beaut - great little kettle and pot. I got a set last year (thanks Sue)
  12. Mosanator

    Mosanator DR dropper!

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    Well either great minds think alike or fools seldom differ Steve. Grabbed one as a joke for my old mum (82), and when she threw it at me, I did the same thing for the bike.
    I just cut the cord and kept the top and bottom pieces. Fits like a glove against the case for the back wheel and under the header for the front. The Keintech lift bracket and legs are now redundant.

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  13. twotyred

    twotyred Practising Recedivist

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    A couple od days ago I picked up a few of the LED light bulbs in both screw and bayonet mounts and also in a few different outputs. Very happy with the results.
  14. Weldr

    Weldr Been here awhile

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    The Aldi tarps don't like a lot sunlight, ok for accasional use
  15. duckslider

    duckslider unintentionaldrifter

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    YEP! it's a beaut.:D
  16. pete40

    pete40 Life Behind Bars

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    Got the O-Ring box. Cheap as, good to have i the shed. Just in case. I'll probably have most of them in twenty years time though.:lol3
  17. Oldfatbeerman

    Oldfatbeerman Enroute to a PUB

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    Yep , I bought one last time round Pete , still got em all :lol3 , I am sure Ill use some eventually though :wink: .
  18. 12ARX

    12ARX Long timer

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    Stepped into a NSW aldi store for the first time today, And realised how shit QLD's liquor laws are.. Six pack of not half bad beer for $10 :evil even a sixer of vb krud is more expensive than that up here at a bottle shop on red light special with an extra discount voucher.
  19. Warin

    Warin Retired

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    Took Aldi a while to get a license for liquor in NSW .. they had it in ACT first.

    The red wine - under $4 a bottle is not bad either...
  20. gunnabuild1

    gunnabuild1 Long timer

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    I tried the beer last time I was down south.Poured it into the garden after 2 mouthfuls.
    Rivet lager.
    No wonder the bloke next door apologised when he gave me a 6 pack.
    Free beer never tasted so bad.