2.5A Max. Variable Voltage Plug Top Switched Mode Power Supply £8.99 delivered until 08 July @ Maplin - HotUKDeals
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Just think of all the kit you have around the home relying on small power bricks, I think that even if you dont have a use for this right this minute its a bit of a good buy with £10 off and free delivery.
Its switched mode so none of that unregulated supply variance you get with cheap bricks, has 7 output voltage selections and comes with 8 different power tips to cover most needs.
A nice long connection lead at 1.7mtr and a power on LED
Input voltage is 100-230V AC so even useful when abroad.

Maplin part number is L06BR
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Useful Dell and other page links here http://miket-blog.blogspot.com/

Why this link??????? What IS the link between these two???
offer close date extended from June to 08 July.
maybe admin can unexpire the current expired status?

compare to similar deal from Argos.
Unexpired thansk flipd.

I bought one of these from Maplin, its arrived and does the job. I think the extra cost over the Argos one is justified in that this is switch mode so the output voltage is constant at set voltage.
Thanks for that posting MikeT. Just what I needed and the free P&P clinched it.

Postie brought it this morning so their logistics work very well even if their website account/order is really rather poorly designed and unfriendly, and the status confusing, and despatch email sent 4 hours after it had been picked/marked as sent etc etc - ie process not very friendly, but results quite satisfactory enough though, especially for free P&P!

The PSU has a nice positive click when rotating the voltage selector. Checking the 4.5V with my Lidl voltmeter showed 4.65V ie within 3% which I think is pretty good (at zero load anyway).

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