The budget supermarket, known for its high quality, low cost groceries, and unpredictable middle aisle bargains, is getting some online exclusive bargains.
Soon Aldi shoppers will be able to pick up a 3D printer on the website – and it costs less than £300.
The printer prints layers of Fused Filament Fabrication to create physical objects that users can design themselves, or download design schematics from the internet.
The Aldi model, made by Balco, can create items up to 20 x 20 x 18 centimetres, prints directly from SD cards, and features an LCD touchscreen and step-by-step wizard to help users get up to speed.
Similar 3D printers sell for around £900, with Aldi’s version costing £299.99. Orders for the printer begin from November 19.
The supermarket is also due to sell a 55” 4K TV with three HDMI ports – though the product description doesn’t state whether the TV has a High Dynamic Range (HDR) display.
The TV goes on sale online from November 23, selling for £429.99, alongside a premium Bluetooth soundbar for £129.99.
Those hoping to pick up a tech bargain should prepare for the sale dates – once the 3D printers, 55” TVs and soundbars are gone, they won’t be restocked.