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£0.99 STRATA24® Infrared Shutter Remote ML-L3 for Nikon from Amazon/247media

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a cheap alternative to the original Nikon ml-l3 i bought one last week at £2.99. it looks like they're reducing their price to get rid of them!
jay1991 Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago38 Comments
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Thanks op, just ordered 2 as I have a habit of leaving mine in a pocket of the clothes I wore previously
Had 2 of these for canon and both worked for a day then died. Gone with 20 quid yongnuo instead now
they've just emailed me asking for a review!

Got to give it 5* as it works like the orignal
jay1991
anyone got theirs yet? What do you think?


got the nikon one, and works fine indoors, not tried it outdoors yet though!
jay1991
anyone got theirs yet? What do you think?

I got mine yesterday (for the Canon 600D) and it seems to work fine!

Haven't tried it outdoors yet, but it has no problem working indoors at a range of about 7 metres (length of my lounge).

Was just about to type, "Can't figure out how to get into the battery compartment, though" when I finally saw there are two directional arrows impressed into the casing - problem solved!

Also, there's a switch on the back giving zero or two seconds delay before the photo is taken.

For 99p, I'm pretty much delighted :)
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JHL
what's wrong with a finger? they're really hard to lose...


Thankyou. Was in need of a good laugh! :-P
This’d be useful if want to I use my dictaphone.
Thanks!
what's wrong with a finger? they're really hard to lose...
So easy to lose - wtf don't cases for smartphones and tablets have a storage slot for a stylus ?
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Oral B compatible brush heads £3.99 delivered for 8 brush heads at Amazon UK sold by 24/7 Media UK.

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£3.99 delivered for 8 brush heads. For those of you, like me, who recently bought the Oral B 600 electric toothbrush, I thought these were a good buy. I know some people have slated compatible heads…
sigmon Avatar3y, 3w agoFound 3 years, 3 weeks ago6 Comments
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Will be Chinese copies or some such....Look the part but that's about all.....
Just wait for Amazon offers on original ones.... then stock up ;)
I've bought compatible before (not these). Falls apart after a few brushes.
I brought some from Amazon and they were not good enough they wear out too soon thats why they are cheaper!!
so beware what you are buying
There are also these heads - http://www.play.com/Gadgets/Gadgets/4-/40423639/Oral-B-Compatible-Toothbrush-Heads-Pack-of-4-Brushes/Product.html?searchstring=oral+b+toothbrush+heads&searchsource=0&searchtype=allproducts&urlrefer=search

They are ok but no way near as good as the real deal - tend to fall apart and need replacing a lot quicker
Nice find. Hot!
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3D - MicroVillage - PREMIUM HDMI to HDMI Cable Gold 1.00 Metre @ Amazon via 2/3 sellers delivered for 1 with free postage

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was looking for some cheap HDMI with latest 1.4 technology - however this does not say - it is 1.4, but the features listed on Amazon indicates the same - so hopeful :) HDMI Ethernet Channel Ex…
Ratgal Avatar3y, 1m agoFound 3 years, 1 month ago10 Comments
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MrCynical
Cold.

Doesnt say "mega", or "hyper" anywhere in the title, or cost at least 5 squillion quid, as those kinds of cables as we all know are clearly superior, and magically improve colour and contrast repoduction.


:p

I can relate to what you saying, however you may laugh and buy these PREMIUM cables (i assume this means they top quality then). Maybe you don't notice anything at the start, but give it a month or a couple of months and you in the middle of watching a good film. Then the cable quality presents itself and it will randomly cut out for a couple of seconds throughout the film. I'm not saying spend £20 on a cable but most of these £1 cables are rubbish. I used to make cables myself (not HDMI) and always fully tested them and used good materials, so it annoys me when i see people selling rubbish.

Just to ensure i'm not doing this seller any injustice, i did a quick look on the reviews. Amazing how a user mentions this same issue: Check the 1 star review. The 5 star reviews are no doubt by people who haven't experienced the issue just YET, they may only have had the cable a couple of weeks and left the review (like most people). A bit like when you buy a LED bulb from ebay and it lasts something like 20,000 hours ( are you going to wait after you've used it for 20,000 hours, hmm maybe not) and after 6 months it starts flickering and dies. Cheap and nasty rubbish driven by a market wanting cheap prices. :-(
Thank you veeeeeeeeery much :)
Istanbul_Kop
Would rather spend extra and get a good quality cable for improved picture quality.


Please, please dont start this one again ..................
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"An HDMI cable can't improve the quality of the video and audio travelling through it. The digital signal consists of zeros and ones, you'd need active electronics to process the data to generate more attractive video and audio, outputting it as new zeros and ones. In other words, the best a cable can do is to transmit the signal without any errors"
Cold, not £99 in Currys.
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Verbatim 16x DVD+R - Spindle 50 Pack £10.68 @Amazon

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Just bought this dvd+r box for £10.39 but UKHD don't aprove it as seller but you have second option to buy it from AMAZON for only £10.68 + free delivery. Sainsburys and Maplin asking for £19.99.…
agatahogata Avatar3y, 3m agoFound 3 years, 3 months ago6 Comments
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Pretty certain these are on a half price offer in Sainsbury's M'bro for £9.99
errrr dude £10.39 here:(yes i know they are plus but i have found that plus offer better compatibility


Edited By: justabout72 on Aug 14, 2013 23:42
agatahogata
If you need 100 go for it!

50 is quite a lot so if you really want to save money you will buy more :)
If you need 100 go for it!
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