ALDI Catalogue 17&20 June - 24 Marine Grade Stainless Steel Pegs $6.99, Thermos Slimline Flask 1L $14.99/Food Flask 500ml $9.99

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Marine Grade Stainless Steel Pegs 24pk $6.99 (20th June)
  • Resists rust and weathering
Thermos Slimline Flask 1L $14.99 (20th June)
  • Stainless steel, double wall construction
  • Keeps liquid hot for 12hrs or cold for 24hrs
Thermos Food Flask 500ml $9.99 (20th June)
  • Stainless steel, double wall construction
  • Retains hot or cold temps for 6hrs
  • Wide opening for easy use
Reusable Straws $3.99 (20th June)
  • 4pk smoothie or 6pk regular
  • Stainless Steel or Silicone
  • Includes Cleaning Brush
4.2L Laundry Liquid $12.99 (17th June)

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  • +1 vote

    Anyone purchased their cutlery sets for $6.99 before?
    I've been wanting some black anodised stainless steel cutlery for ages now, but it's pretty rare and/or expensive.

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    What is ALDI's marine grade? 316 or higher?

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    Anyone noticed things at ALDI gets sold out really quickly, or is it just me?

  • +8 votes

    No deal. I insist all my clothes pegs are NASA grade. At a minimum.

  • +3 votes

    Bought the food flask from last special buy time. Can confirm it doesn't work as well as you expect, I mean after all it is $10. But it does a decent job enough if you're okay with lukewarm food.

    • +2 votes

      Thanks for the review. Was feeling a bit iffy because I bought the actual Thermos branded ones last week for $30.

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        How are the Thermos brand?

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          I have the thermos brand and they are awesome as long as you follow the instructions and preheat with boiling water for 10 mins before use.
          My soup/leftovers easily stays hot for 8 hours (I've never let it go any longer, have always eaten it by then).

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          If you're looking for the best - its stanley.

          thermos brand is good but I broke one already.
          Thats the issue with most of these flasks.

          they may work great on day 1 but after dropping them a few times = toast.

          the stanley ones are the ones built tough
          only issue is they are big/heavy

      • +1 vote

        These are made by Thermos…

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          i think there is further emphasis on actual since these are incomparable to Thermos. honestly it's an insult to the company's reputation.

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          Made by Thermos doesn't always mean same quality as actual Thermos. Quite a few brands nowadays would make a cheaper version (often lower quality) than their actual line for "outlet" purposes, or push their stock which fails regular QA into another bucket where they resell as a "entry level" product so they don't just throw it out.

          I haven't used the Aldi version from Thermos but just saying this type of practice is quite common nowadays with everybody being more frugal and wanting to own a "premium" brand without the price tag.

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      It says hot or cold for 12 hours. Not lukewarm.

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    Is the food flask dishwasher safe?

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      It said not to wash in the dishwasher when I checked last year, but I do anyway. Haven't noticed any problem

  • +1 vote

    vegan food, black and gold cutlery and a cheap huskee mug oh my! 😍

  • +8 votes

    But cheap caulilflower! Time to get some use out of all those air fryers, peeps!

    (If you don't know: 2:1 mix of EVOO + lemon juice with some minced garlic, pepper and a tiny bit of salt dumped into a bag of cauliflower… shake it… dump it in the air fryer… aim for around 200C… cook for a bit. Shake it / rearrange it a bit… dump a modest amount of smoked paprika on it … cook until it starts getting burnt, yes, really.)

    Remove from air fryer. Put in bowl, grab some hummous. Better than any chips.

    [ Added: NOTHING cooks cauliflower like an air fryer. it is amazing. ]

    • -11 votes

      But.. It's still cauliflower. And hommus. They aren't in my food pyramid.

      I really don't get hommus. Nobody loves chick peas normally, so why does everyone love hommus?

      • +5 votes

        Plenty of people love chick peas. I mean I don’t eat them on their own, but they can be great in salads, for example. Lots of Indian dishes use them too.

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      Sounds delicious. Going to try. Thanks

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    Does anyone own the 1L flask? Wondering how s compare to https://www.woolworths.com.au/shop/productdetails/56843/sist... ?

  • -1 vote

    Marine grade pegs??? Hahaha since when does salt come down with rain?

    Stainless steel is exactly that.. Stain LESS. Not Stain Proof. Even on boats/kayaks marine grade rusts.

    Consumers would be better off with plastic. These WILL get surface rust and that will rub off on clothes.

    • +5 votes

      That's not how English works. Stainless is one word for a reason. Faultless doesn't mean less fault. Motherless doesn't mean less…mother.

      • +1 vote

        Haha good pick up! Too bad it doesn't work in this principle, if only!

        If you live directly on the water it might be a product for you to last a little longer, but it will rust. You'd have to wash them after each use, like everything else.

        Ask any boatie or fisherman :) I could post about 10 photos of marine grade 316L screws, padeyes, bolts which all have surface rust. In the marine world it's StainLESS steel. Saltwater will corrode everything. But if you own a boat or live by the water you'll know this already.

        Which is why this product is pretty funny lol 0% thought went into it.

        Quote from various sources
        "It is also important to note that stainless steel is not stain proof; it is stain less. As such, regardless of whether you use 304 or 316L exposed stainless-steel requires maintenance. The addition of molybdenum (in marine grade stainless steel) only delays corrosion, it does not stop it."

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          But would this pegs be stainless if they were used within an environment which is exposed to very minimal salt, e.g. if you pegged clothes which are wet, and you are not leaving the pegs outside in the weather and always bring them back in.

          I think plenty of thought went into the product when they advertised it though, because most people won't know what you described… Haha thats how advertising works, as long as you can "mislead" 90% of your customers then you are winning.

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            @lplau: If there was no salt and brought them back in then they should be fine. But ditch the claims "marine grade" etc. That's bollocks. If they come in contact with bleach like substances then they will rust.

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            @lplau: The advertising makse sense to me. Regular pegs you don't know how good they are, some may rust very easily there is no way to tell until you've actually used them. With marine grade my expectation is they should not rust even if I feel lazy and leave them outside for a day or 2.

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          yep, live on a boat here and any steel will produce surface rust which will stain clothes. Any real boaty worth his salt will be using fully plastic pegs on dynemma lifelines. Only way to get clothes not covered in rust stains. These should be fine for anyone living on land and should last a whole lot longer than normal pegs but not suitable for marine environment.

  • +2 votes

    I have stainless steel legs like these, not from aldi, they're strong and I use them for keeping opened snacks closed as they work better than elastic bands etc

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    The 1l $14.99 slimline flask is identical to one Woolworths used to sell (still occasionally see them there but it's old stock).
    I picked up one for $5.99 a couple of years ago and they are surprising good for keeping drinks warm (or cold) and surprisingly tough unless you hit the side just right.
    If you get one (unless its changed) the pop-top can unscrew and I would recommend this for cleaning as liquid can get trapped in it.

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    clothes pegs,
    confused,
    I bought their clothes dryer,
    now I must have their pegs,
    How to use pegs in dryer??

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    Any experience with the Huskee reusable coffee cups?

  • +1 vote

    They only had like 12 packs of the pegs at my local aldi…. haha

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    I was looking for stainless steel pegs after reading that things that last a lifetime thread, Ain't Pincinox but for 7 bucks I think they'll do

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