jayteecork Banned
#1

Friend of mind just emailed there, apparently Lidl are doing chainsaws for a mere ton! Sounds sweet enough.
Just make sure you use it for the garden, right guys?

Fnz Registered User
#2

When are they selling this? I can't find it on their site.

Does it say whether it's powered by petrol or electricity? I have something that needs taken care of but there's no electricity where I left them so chainsaw must be petrol powered.

blah Registered User
#3

"Petrol Chainsaw" It's right there in the image.

Sherifu Registered User
#4

He had to get in the joke somehow. I expected someone would have that type of reply. You didn't disappoint Fnz.

blah Registered User
#5

And I didn't even read his whole reply, I just had to get my correction in there asap.

loyatemu Registered User
#6

sweet!

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Scobius90 Registered User
#7

seriously people, is this just in one store or is it nationwide. Anybody spot these out whest ..... Galway City? I don't see any mention of these on lidl.ie

Sherifu Registered User
#8

Can't find it on the site either. Need some more input from the OP.

jayteecork Banned
#9

guy who emailed me said it's the new one in Churchfield, Cork.

Mr E Administrator
#10

The Cork Chainsaw Massacre - car breaks down in Mayfield, and they're chased around by Langerface....

Fnz Registered User
#11

blah said:
"Petrol Chainsaw" It's right there in the image.


I must be blind... thought I had scanned the text thoroughly.

Ghost Train Custom User Title
#12

says "new store open..." at the top of the photo so might be just a promotion for a new store opening and not a nationwide thing

rob316 Registered User
#13

Ya it was an opening offer for the new store in Churchfield in Cork remember getting a leaflet about it

dublinlawyer Registered User
#14

I bought one of these last year and I found it very bad. Kept breaking down. Id have to rest it then start it up again. I brought it back and got another one. Same thing happened with that.

dingding Registered User
#15

Can you buy one of these without a safe pass or something like that. I thought the sale of chainsaws was restricted in Ireland.

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