Christmas presents

Ideas for under £30

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03/11/2005 at 22:37
Well, title says it all, but do you have any ideas for things a runner would love that don't cost more than about £30?

(Not a Flashflo, or the Lore of Running btw!)
03/11/2005 at 23:15
some lock laces (I think they're called that) at abotu £5, some gloves, a beanie, a pair of coolmax endura socks (the cycling ones are cheaper than running).

that's 4 things & you'll still have change.
03/11/2005 at 23:17
perhaps you could chuck in a run aid water bottle with the change. I'd much prefer those little presents which are much more likely to hit the mark than one big present that misses it.

It's the thought that counts & 5 little presents shows you've thought about it X5 ;-)
04/11/2005 at 07:43
There was a thread yesterday about some quite decent Heart Rate Monitors in Tesco for about £20 - chest strap and all.
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04/11/2005 at 07:57
Selection of gels, sports drinks and a HUGE bag of jelly babies?
04/11/2005 at 08:40
A buff . Around a tenner . Most versatile piece of kit out .
04/11/2005 at 09:10
A head torch.

(hopes Mr Nessie is lurking..........)
04/11/2005 at 09:13
Race fee for the London 10K?
04/11/2005 at 09:18
Can't you read Mutts? UNDER 30 QUID
04/11/2005 at 09:55
We recently bought a "winter running set" for a family member. Well it was only a part set, but they got gloves, hat, bib, buff for under £30.00
04/11/2005 at 09:56
whats a buff?
04/11/2005 at 10:05

Watch the how to wear video. THe thin one suits me.

04/11/2005 at 11:29
One years free subs to Runners World.
keep our luvverly forum funded and so on?
04/11/2005 at 12:04
Agree about the buff - the best sales video ever!!!

That guy could sell me anything
04/11/2005 at 13:08
Has anyone actually bought a Buff?
04/11/2005 at 13:13
17 pints and 76 pence change in my local.
04/11/2005 at 14:35
I have a buff. Great, versatile, wouldn't be without one.
04/11/2005 at 16:48
I have a buff - great for winter use as a earwarmer (especially on the bike) & I also found it great as a full face protector when on a ski trip - a lot easier to carry around than a scarf
05/11/2005 at 12:40
Puma has just brought out a cool kit bag for £25. I told 'im indoors about it as a Christmas idea but he gave up on the website, so good luck!
05/11/2005 at 22:21
Thanks all...good ideas! (Although not everyone is a buff person?!)
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