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Postby Paul B » 17 Jun 2017, 11:43

Just giving heads up for the guys in the UK Aldi dry bags are on sale from 22nd June £ 9.99 each
25 & 44 ltr, stand up bags and 50 ltr sports bags, good quality and cracking price, I've got a few of them already but will be getting a couple more
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Re: Dry bags

Postby albasmac » 17 Jun 2017, 13:15

Thanks Paul B, I was just wondering when they'd have them back in as I wanted to replace a couple of my old ones.
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Re: Dry bags

Postby chris moody » 17 Jun 2017, 16:10

Ooh, good spot. Must visit my local Aldi on Thursday
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Re: Dry bags

Postby Pete » 17 Jun 2017, 18:56

Our lass sent me a text yesterday, been waiting for months for them to come back. Wish I hadn't sold the ones we had with all the scuba diving gear a few years back!
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Re: Dry bags

Postby Martin » 17 Jun 2017, 20:51

Get out and buy them guys if you need any, they really are quality at a bargain price. :thumbsup
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Re: Dry bags

Postby Paul » 17 Jun 2017, 22:33

Martin wrote:Get out and buy them guys if you need any, they really are quality at a bargain price. :thumbsup

I wouldn't be without mine :!: :!:
They're great quality, fantastic value for money, 100% waterproof (if used correctly) and following the saying that "everything on a boat should have at least 2 uses" they make for a great floatation device :thumbsup should things go really tits up :idea:
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