Anyone who wanted the Bundleberry trellis that was a TSV a few weeks ago its at a clearance price Outlet-BundleBerry-by-Amanda-Holden-Expandable-Living-Wall-Trellis.product.729570.html
they aint clearence priced they are outlet items which is a different ball game altogetherAnother trellis in clearance https://www.qvcuk.com/Outlet-Garden...ellis-100-x-200cm.product.722522.html?sc=SRCH
they aint clearence priced they are outlet items which is a different ball game altogether
" What's an outlet product? - outlet products are products which we're offering you at a reduced price as they may be returns from other customers or come from discounted ranges. They may not be in their original manufactured condition, however they will have undergone thorough testing before we choose to re-sell them. They may not be in their original packaging and on occasion we will repackage them ourselves. Although the product's original manufacturer warranty will no longer apply, an outlet product will still be sold under our 60-day money back guarantee."
which should be made very clear as there a big difference bewteen clearence & outlet items
i was only trying to help advise cause there is a big difference bewteen the two & wanted to make it clear it was outlet ones you linked to & not normal clearence lines as i know some people have even worse horror stories over outlet & wont buy anything with that onOk SCW keep your head on. Its reduced so I was sharing the love.
They can't have had many. I was lucky to get the extra large Bundleberry 300cm wide one really cheap. I want to use it in my front garden wall which needs a little height. Hopefully it will stop people using my bin to put their dog waste in. Fuming as I am saying this.They’re apparently unavailable anyway, even if they are unwanted/damaged returns.
waste is very touchy where I live. For decades we had to bag up basic rubbish. Then they changed it unbeknown to me. so they were not emptying my bin. Waited for the bin men and asked why said bin was still full all rubbish must go in black bin bags. Not very ecological at all.My garden bin hasn't been lifted for 2 runs and they keep saying that we are to leave it out and it will be lifted “sometime” so we are on our 3rd week of it sitting out. Presently having a bit of an email face off with our council who, like Q, only answer in cut and paste replies. Grr!
I've got this and I think I paid around £100 for it (from QVC). If you've a small garden that needs a bit of a tidy up now and then, trimming clematis montana, edging around pots etc this is ideal. For heavier jobs it won't be up to it (privet hedges, trimming trees). I found the changing of the heads quite tricky at first (arthritis in hands) but I've got the hang of it now. Having 2 batteries and charger is good and the charge lasts a while (although I haven't used it constantly to see exactly how long). Is it worth £100? Not sure it is to be honest but it's lightweight and does enable me to get on in the garden without having to ask Mr CC for help with things.Garden Pick of the Month July
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