This week's top picks from the Middle of Lidl

Lidl has a number of offers in the middle aisle every week – called the Middle of Lidl.

From BBQs to fitness gear, and scuba-diving equipment to weighted blankets – there are always some great deals to be found.

But what does the legendary middle aisle have in store of Lidl shoppers this week?

Here are our top picks.

What’s in the Middle of Lidl this week?

This week Lidl have loads for the little ones, as well as some home tech bargains including phones and haircare.

Let’s check it out.

Paw Patrol

Anyone with kids will know that Paw Patrol is the hottest show, and Lidl has a full range in their middle aisle this week.

Clothes featuring Adventure City’s finest start from just £2.99 for a pair of sunglasses. Rubber clogs and t-shirts are £3.99.

Toys-wise, a colouring set is £3.99, or you can get a role play rescue set for £14.99.

Those are in stores from today.

Silvercrest hair straightening brush

When hair straightening brushes first got popular a few years back, they’d set you back a pretty penny.

This Lidl option, however, is just £9.99 in their middle aisle.

With a 360-degree cord, ceramic coated plates, and an automatic shut-off after 45 minutes, it’s a no-brainer.

Get this from Sunday 22 August.

Oslo tall bathroom cabinet

Are you always stuck for storage?

This £39.99 cabinet utilises vertical space with adjustable shelves to tailor your bathroom storage.

You can also switch the panels to a turquoise colour or a light oak effect, and switch the sides of the doors to suit your room.

Get your hands on this from Sunday 22 August.

Sharp 42” Full-HD Smart TV

If you’re in the market for a TV, this one is great value for money.

It’s equipped to play the likes of Netflix and YouTube with its Smart TV features, and you can connect your devices wirelessly via Miracast.

Similar models of this size and brand come in at up to £100 more elsewhere, so it’s a great saving.

Available at Lidl from Sunday August 22.

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