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Bike accessories at Walmart: some may be worth buying.

Old 06-16-06, 01:24 PM
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I have purchased MTB tubes from there and can't tell any difference between them and the 3x more expensive ones the LBS carries.

I bought a Bell pump and while it's kinda cheap and flimsy compared to some of the higher-dollar pumps my buddies have, it serves it's purpose and has lasted me a couple of years.

I've got the Schwinn computer on my MTB also. I guess it's ok for $10 but it's not real user friendly (hard to get it to reset) and if I'm in the hot sun for awhile, the screen goes completely black till it cools off. I like the Cateye on my road bike a lot better.

I try to avoid the place, but it's tough. They've got just about everything and name-brand stuff like DVDs, non-perishable foods, automotive products, etc are the same you'd get from anywhere else but nobody else can touch their prices. I wouldn't buy clothes or electronics there, but for the price, you could do worse.

There are five supercenters (yes, five) within 15 miles of me and every one of them have security in the parking lots and only one is in a semi-rough neighborhood. I personally know a black guy that was department manager after only a couple years on the job and believe me, Oklahoma is not exactly a bastion of racial tolerance. Most of their employees are kids or people that don't have the skills to do anything else and are happy to be making $8-10/hr. Those that aren't happy, get some education and do something else.
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So far, I'm hearing that even the stuff that looked decent turned out not to hold up so well. Hmm.
One thing that I thought might be OK was a little seat. If you wanted to do the kid stoker thing with a tandem, this little seat would probably work all right.
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Walmart is king of "I need it cheap, and I need it now... I'll get a better one in a few months"

I get all sorts of stuff there... but I look at it the same way I do anything from a store like 'Family Dollar' .... if it gets any kind of use, I'll probably have to replace it in a few months. But hell... $5 for an insulated cooler that I mounted to one side of my rack like a pannier??? It even matches the color of my bike! And I didn't feel the slightest bit bad when I didn't mount it right one day and it got pulled into my rear tire a bit, tearing the fabric water bottle holder.
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Judging from some of the "Guess what kind of bike I just bought!" posts, I am guessing that the average BF member has an income that is a bit higher than the national average. Some of you folks can probably afford to shop at higher-priced stores that assuage your consciences (though probably often falsely, since many stores besides Wal-mart pay abysmally low wages, give no benefits, sell goods produced by poorly-paid and poorly-treated third world workers, etc.). Good for you, and good for me, too. But when I go to our local Super Wal-Mart, I see a lot of folks who don't appear to have the economic option of shopping in higher-priced stores that make them feel better about themselves; rather, they just appear to be trying to feed and clothe themselves and their families on little money.

Really, I'm more liberal than most folks -- I would have voted for Gore in 2000, but he was just too damned conservative for me. But this elitist Wal-Mart bashing is just disgusting, and it is usually based on the shabbiest of logic.
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Originally Posted by Coyote2
....this elitist Wal-Mart bashing is just disgusting, and it is usually based on the shabbiest of logic.
And outright lies, like Walmart only contributing $6k+ to Katrina relief efforts. The root of all Walmart bashing is that they are non-union. If they were a union shop and paid the goons for protection, they would be aces. But they don't so they're attacked. It is their supply chain efficiency that allowed them to react quickly to Katrina relief efforts, and get hundreds and hundreds (1,900+)of truckloads of supplies into the stricken area while the mayor and governor were still wringing their hands and looking for someone to blame for their incompetence.

Here's a cycling item that I do buy at Walmart (and Target, for that matter) - performance undershirts for base layering. They work just as well as "name brand" ones, hold up to repeated washings well (I've yet to wear one out), and cost between $9-$11 depending on whether they're on sale or not.
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Originally Posted by Coyote2
Judging from some of the "Guess what kind of bike I just bought!" posts, I am guessing that the average BF member has an income that is a bit higher than the national average. .
hmm, how's approx. 10k a year sound? i still choose not to shop at wal-mart. don't make assumptions.
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Originally Posted by bigbossman
And outright lies, like Walmart only contributing $6k+ to Katrina relief efforts. The root of all Walmart bashing is that they are non-union. If they were a union shop and paid the goons for protection, they would be aces. But they don't so they're attacked. It is their supply chain efficiency that allowed them to react quickly to Katrina relief efforts, and get hundreds and hundreds (1,900+)of truckloads of supplies into the stricken area while the mayor and governor were still wringing their hands and looking for someone to blame for their incompetence.
They also donated warehouse space, parking lots, electricity and other utilities for the people/organizations helping with the relief organization.

When we were evacuated from our homes due to a wildfire when I still lived in Arizona, Walmart let anyone park their vehicles in the parking lot that they couldn't take with them... reasoning being that it was huge, and very few trees compared to the surrounding areas, so easily protected if the fire DID overtake the area, and the vehicles would suffer less damage than if left at people homes.

They also arranged to have all the perishable groceries from that store donated to relief shelters in neighboring areas. They went to considerable effort and expense in the process. They COULD have left the items to spoil, and claimed it as a loss, and only paid to haul the stuff outside to a dumpster... instead they arranged shipping to surrounding areas that could use the items. For the same cost, they likely could have shipped the majority of the items to other stores in the area and at least had a chance of selling them.

They also donated a HUGE quantity of bottled water to the firefighters fighting the fires.

And their influence on surrounding stores is not always bad:

Where they built the new Super Walmart down the road from me there used to be a bunch of empty warehouse buildings, an abandoned bank, a run-down IHOP, and across the street was a run-down gas station.

Now there's the Walmart, a brand new bank, where the gas station was is a small center with a new dentist's office, 3 small restaurants, and a coffee shop. There are also several other smaller buildings going up in front of the Walmart that I'm not sure yet what they'll be, but the area looks a LOT better than it did before. Other buildings in the vicinity were also renovated and/or torn down. They're building a Home Depot near there. The whole neighborhood looks SO much better.

I just wish they'd hurry up and finish the construction... It certainly makes it more difficult to get around by bicyle at the moment!

***edit*** Did I mention that I now have grocery shopping and 3 more restaurants within walking distance of where I live? Or that the restaurants are by far the best food within walking distance?
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ZachS: Reread my post and answer this question: do you understand the definition of "average"?
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Originally Posted by xSandmaNx
6) *Walk as fast as you can* Going to walmart should be an anaerobic excersize.
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As far as bike stuff at WM goes I buy CO2 there because it's so outrageously cheaper than anywhere else I have ever seen it, especially LBSs.
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That bike tool really is weird to use. I got these bottles for about $0.97 each. I got them cause they match with the bike.

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Originally Posted by damage24
Most of their employees are kids or people that don't have the skills to do anything else and are happy to be making $8-10/hr. Those that aren't happy, get some education and do something else.
+1

There are way too many liberals that think people with no skills or education should be paid over their capabilities to perform. This is a false and dangerous idea. Part of our decline in the world today is based on this concept. We cannot compete economically because of this.

People should be paid what they're worth, not more, not less. Paying people more than their education or skill level discourages them from bettering themselves. Why work hard or go to college when you can make as much money by not investing the time?

Walmart should be applauded for actually hiring the people they do. These people would be unemployed and on the public Dole getting paid by those who work otherwise.

You got me started on the wholes social commentary thing. I thought this was about picking up cheap bike parts. My apologies the original poster.

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Originally Posted by bigbossman
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Here's a cycling item that I do buy at Walmart (and Target, for that matter) - performance undershirts for base layering. They work just as well as "name brand" ones, hold up to repeated washings well (I've yet to wear one out), and cost between $9-$11 depending on whether they're on sale or not.

I got a few at Wal-Mart on Thursday for $5.97 each
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Originally Posted by botto
they're opening up a walmart in my hometown. there goes the neighborhood.
I guess it's all in your perspective. The young cashier at the drugstore told me that they were getting a WalMart in her small, rural town. "We're gettin' high class now."
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Originally Posted by iab
Sorry to hijack, but I needed to respond. Read this article.

http://www.fastcompany.com/magazine/77/walmart.html

To say Walmart's business practices are unethical would be an understatement. I don't know about you, but I would rather spend a couple extra dollars knowing my socks weren't made by an 8-year-old during their 12 hour shift to pay off their parents medical bill when they got injured in the same sweat shop.
Ok iab, where was your bike built? Mine was welded together in the US.
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Originally Posted by HWS
I got a few at Wal-Mart on Thursday for $5.97 each
i was going to respond to his post - I never pay more than 5.97 for the wal-mart sports clothes, but I do it often. Quality and price, oh yes. If you can find a helmet that fits you, the bell helmets are fine for people who just want to ride.

Wal-mart = pure, (almost) unencumbered capitalism. Anyone who doesn't like them is a commie.
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Originally Posted by Coyote2
ZachS: Reread my post and answer this question: do you understand the definition of "average"?
my point is that nobody doesn't "have the economic option of shopping in higher-priced stores" - and even though most chains engage in all sorts of egregious practices (and pay their workers poorly) they neither as powerful nor as efficient as walmart is, and they don't have as negative an effect on american society.

portland (and the whole pacific northwest) has had a chain called Fred Meyer for about a century. they've been selling pretty much the same line of products that a walmart supercenter has for decades, and they have pretty good prices. i don't know anybody who can't afford to shop there. their workers are unionized, the management is ethical, the company is profitable.

walmart has lower prices, but those lead to depressed incomes for its shoppers. and the profits just line the pockets of the walton family to the tune of a few dozen billions of dollars. not a good deal at all, for anybody.
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ZachS: I want to reiterate that I am no big Wal-Mart fan, and I respect your choices. I also think that criticism of Wal-Mart should be sensible. If you really wish to win anyone over to your way of thinking, you need to think better.

Your first paragraph, above, criticizes Wal-Mart for being "efficient" and ties this efficiency to a "negative...effect on American society." Efficiency is generally regarded as a good thing. Similarly, you write that "walmart has lower prices, but those lead to depressed incomes for its shoppers," a statement which is utter nonsense. Lower prices increase the real (price-adjusted) incomes of shoppers. If there is some other mechanism through which Wal-Mart's lower prices impoverish its customers, I would like to read/hear about it -- seriously. And your statement that "the profits just line the pockets of the walton family to the tune of a few dozen billions of dollars" is just a statement of how capitalism operates -- profits go to the firm's owners. That's true whether you are talking about Wal-Mart or Microsoft or the locally-owned corner gas station.

Again, I expect firms to earn profits in any way the law allows, and I expect some firms to occasionally push the limits of legality. The problem is a government, and a society, that elevates corporations and the business system in general above the community and thus refuses to set and enforce reasonable standards for wages, benefits, the environment, etc. Wal-Mart is a symptom, not the problem.

In the film referenced above, there is an interview with a guy who worked at a locally-owned hardware store that was allegedly put out of business by a new Wal-Mart. Now, notwithstanding that this is simply how capitalism works -- more efficient firms run the less efficient firms from the marketplace, which benefits most consumers -- the guy says something that is pretty funny. He complains that he is a 'good American' and justifies this by telling us that he voted for George W. Bush TWICE. I laughed out loud. He voted twice for a president who could not give a s**t about the little guy and whose policies wholeheartedly supports huge firms and billionaires, and then he complains when he -- a little guy -- loses his job to a Super Wal-Mart? The guy got what he asked for.
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Sorry to revive a dead post, but I have this Bell cyclocomputer. However, I just switched bikes and I don't have the instructions to calibrate it! Can anyone help????
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I love walmart. Too bad all the walmarts in LA suck.
It's good to see a fellow discriminating Wal*mart customer. The Beujolias nouveau at my Walmart arrived three days late in the season and warm, I tell you, the things we have to endure.
 
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Sorry to revive a dead post, but I have this Bell cyclocomputer. However, I just switched bikes and I don't have the instructions to calibrate it! Can anyone help????
Ask the professional bike mechanic at Walmart, or the bike shop right next to the Walmart that went out of business.
 
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How many times this week did you here somebody on the radio say "don't fire Imus, the market (listeners) will take him for what he's worth and he will disappear. The same goes for Wal Mart, nobody is forcing consumers to shop at Wal Mart. If everyone has such evil thoughts about Wal Mart stop shopping there and if enough people in your town do the same they will close there doors. I'm no expert on major retail chains but is there really that much difference between Wal Mart, Target and Costco?
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I don't shop at walmart.
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A new BFer asks a question about a useful bike part and all you can do is complain about where he bought it. Disgraceful! At least wait until he gets a better understanding of what shi** we can be at times. Must be that ryanf post.

to the (edit: post reviver), what specifically are you having a problem with? How to get to the setup, or what wheel circumference, or some other issue?

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My wife gave me a $10 Bell multi-tool from Wal-Mart and it works very well. I have a $10 Schwinn cyclometer from Wal-Mart. It works so well that I bought a second one to put on my other bike. I have a $8 Bell LED flashing taillight from Wal-Mart that mounts on the seat post. It also works well. I have bought and used Bell cable assortments from Wal-Mart. They have worked well for me. I have used Bell tubes from Wal-Mart and am undecided about them. Some have worked well, but I had a series of flats difficult to understand, too.

It seems a lot of what I buy these days comes from China, even though I try to buy USA every chance I get. It is harder all of the time to find things not made in China.

There are a lot of name brand items at Wal-Mart no different from those sold in other stores.

I do like being able to run to Wal-Mart hours after other stores have closed for the day, should I need something in a hurry.
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