£10 - Owl Micro Wireless Electricity Monitor, Tesco In-Store - HotUKDeals
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RRP of £25, great little gadget for telling you how much electrical devices are costing you to run. This is the little brother of the kind your electricity supplier gives you, no good if you've got Economy 7. For those on flat-rate tariffs, it's pretty good though. Realized just how big an electrical ink my oven is!

Seen in-store in Tesco Extra in Burnage, Manchester. I only saw a small number of boxes covered in multiple "reduced" stickers, so possibly end-of-line.
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#1
Got mine free from lekkie supplier they are good gizmos, makes us all aware of the cost of leaving the telly etc on when not in use.
#2
Got a free one from Npower - it really is interesting. I've become a bit obsessed about it now though, constantly checking and going around the house turning stuff off to get it as low as possible. Think I'm peeing off the missus, LOL. Just need a gas equivalent now, but dont think thats possible :-(
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Got a free one from Npower - it really is interesting. I've become a bit obsessed about it now though, constantly checking and going around the house turning stuff off to get it as low as possible. Think I'm peeing off the missus, LOL. Just need a gas equivalent now, but dont think thats possible :-(

We just got one from Scottish Gas, it does both electricity & gas. Contact your provider and ask if they can supply you with one. I was very surprised to find out how much gas the pilot light burns...
#4
See the amazon rewiew, Average product
#5
Our local tesco only had one for £39.99, looked identical to above. Wonder if it's store specific. Will try asking our supplier....
#6
can someone please tell me how to use the darn thing - I put in 11.5p which is what Im charged per kwh but it means my elec bill is going to be £120 this quarter which is far too high LOL

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