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Any good for windy weather ?
only for golf
Weirdest looking club I've ever seen.
that's what she
That’s what she said.
Edit: I had to write “said” and got beaten by seconds!!
@Putin: well you got more votes soo you still win ..haha
I bought one last time, the construction is pretty good.
Last years deal has comments about quality, and comparisons vs the Bunnings umbrellas: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/545510
Suppliers to Aldi source from different manufactures, so quality may not be same sale to sale.
Cable ties in the same sale however is not a bargain…
Glad you mentioned it then.
welcome back jv
Are you coming to the welcome drinks of Friday?
yes all set for Friday, Feb 3 2079
where? u paying?
I might pick up 2 just in case I get a hole in one
Only if the hole is big enough for a birdie to fly through…
better buy a green one in case of a bougie
Will do, once I finish my cup of tee…
@jv: What kind of sandwedge are you having with your Tee?
@Mosher: A Club sandwedge…
@jv: I’m calling mulligans on that.
@beerpara: That's a bit rough…
These puns are a bit below par.
@emjaygodd: My FORE? or all of them ?
U win the internet today
this or bunnings one?
Depends which store you are in.
This one doesn't have a bloody great advert you have to pay to display on it, so I'd go for this one.
Saving from flying golf balls?
How is this any different to a regular umbrella?
It's big and cheap
Does anybody know how these compare with woodworm ones?
Bought my 3 pack woodworms around 8 years ago, 2 have finally broken (ribs snapped). So considering getting a couple of these Aldi ones as replacement.
My Aldi ones have lasted longer than my Woodworm ones. But as mentioned elsewhere, year-on-year the manufacturer for the umbrellas may change, so your results may vary.
I've had my Aldi umbrella now for at least 8 or 9 years, and still as good as the day I bought it. Admittedly it doesn't get as much use now as it did when I was going to work and using it on wet days. Also double canopy so can deal with mild winds. Wouldn't try it in a gale.
My only complaint is that the plastic handle now gets a bit tacky for some reason. Maybe something leeching out of the plastic?
Still the same price as I paid all those years ago, so maybe quality has deteriorated.
clean with alcohol (from the other post)
8-9 years ago… I doubt it is supplied from same factory or same quality now.
Aldi's quality control can be patchy - with some receiving great products & others lemons. Lemons were returned or binned long ago, so often forgotten about.
I hate things with this soft rubber style handle.
Sure, they feel nice initially, but they always end up going tacky.
I will have to try using alcohol, because sometimes the thing that has gone tacky, you don't want to throw out. For an umbrella - ok, but for a cordless drill - not so much.
can you post again in 10 days?
You can set a reminder for the day (button is just below the post).
always good to throw one in the car innit
I've looked all around my car, but I seem to be missing an innit.
@Daabido: try finding Wally first
logged in just to upvote this, cheers
Q:Do you know what a 4 under par in Golf is called?
A: A Condor
P.S.I'm not a golfer but didn't know this useless bit of information.YMMV.
P.P.S.Also known as a Triple Eagle or a Double Albatross
Ahhh. It’s this time of the year again
I usually get 3-4 every year. They are great value for money, but kids tend to lose them on trains :(
People mention this compares to the Bunnings Golf Umbrella. But doesn't the Bunnings Golf Umbrella only come on Green with the branding and logo's ?