3 Remote Controlled Sockets & Remote Controlled - ONLY £4.99 @ Morrisons - HotUKDeals
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Was in my local Morrisons in Kidderminster and they were selling the 3Pack of Remote Controlled Sockets including a remote for only £4.99. This is alot cheaper than anywhere else.
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"This is alot cheaper than anywhere else." yes ......by a whole penny !
#2
any one used more than one box of these??

got some from asda a while back and was wondering if i added another box they would conflict
#3
Do these sockets use electricity?
#4
These are great for a fiver! I've got 3 sets working around the house. They work well, and you can use 4 sockets per remote so well worth getting 2 packs. They use a minimal ammount of elec (<1W).


These are (and have been for months) £5 in ASDA. Heat added, because they are useful.
#5
I got them from Asda, but one of them needs to be reset and I have lost the instructions, does anyone know how I can set the remote to the plug?

Many thanks for any help given.
#6
cold from me soz i got some of the asda ones ages ago,but they are good
#7
Remote is based on a HS1527 Chip that has up to 1 million codes.One remote works 4 sockets but you can use as many sets as you wish. Great for home automation.
#8
danandrews80
Do these sockets use electricity?


They will need a very small amount to power the RF receiver circuit but this is going to be negligible. Therefore if you are you using them to switch off something with power indicator lights or any other kind of standby operation that consumes power (eg fans) then this is an energy saving option.
#9
Never seem to have these at my local asda unfortunately.
#10
juliechannon
I got them from Asda, but one of them needs to be reset and I have lost the instructions, does anyone know how I can set the remote to the plug?

Many thanks for any help given.


If these are the same as my sockets, you just choose the socket number you want to use on your remote. Keep the on button next to the number of your choice pressed down , the socket will flash for a few seconds, then light up red when it is programmed.
#11
m00nie - Nov 29, 2010 15:06
any one used more than one box of these??

got some from asda a while back and was wondering if i added another box they would conflict
There fine i got 2 sets downstairs with 2 remotes & i have never had a problem got mine from asda for a fiver there great this time of year with xmas lights...... hot for me!!!
#12
Can these plugs be programmed to use an alternative remote (like an unused button on a TV remote)?

Something similar to the 'Lime' energy saver plugs that are available for free (one per household)
#13
thee's also single remotes for £1.99 each (were on 3 for £3 just a couple of months ago!) i'm using 1 now to control my xmas tree lights!

i think its actually better getting the single ones because for £5.97 you'll get the same as this deal but also an extra 2 remotes & remote batteries. its worth it for the extra A23 batteries
#14
Pug77
Can these plugs be programmed to use an alternative remote (like an unused button on a TV remote)?

Something similar to the 'Lime' energy saver plugs that are available for free (one per household)


Unfortunatey not, I use my Harmony with the main room lights but have the lamps and the LEDs behind the telly on these sockets. Am tempted to buy some more of the Lime ones now you can get them individually rather than part of a gang but obviously they cost a lot more!

Edited By: b1g1an on Nov 29, 2010 21:22
#15
I got my 87yr old Grandmother some for Christmas (well...... she has everything else!!!) as she struggles to bend to switch sockets off etc so for a fiver (i got mine at ASDA and have bought a few lots for us and others, never had a problem getting them) they are usefull, we have 4 in use right now!!
Will add heat....when i work out how LOL!!!
#16
Voted hot!
My local asda never seems to stock these so I ended up buying them for £10-15 from morisons a couple of months ago so this price is hot. I'm actually tempted to buy another set as they're excellent.
#17
any cheep online deals for these as i never get to Morrisons in time b4 they all disappear
#18
Sorry but voted cold as,

a) It's not a hot deal as it's not a deal, just their normal price and
b) they were (as post #13 correctly says) on offer in the single packs at 3 for £3 recently

As for the item itself, it does exactly what it says on the box, although the range is a bit hit and miss; sometimes a second press is needed, and the 'buttons' are not very proud of the remote, more of convex indents (if that makes any sense at all!) that press in. Makes it hard to find the button if in the dark.
#19
Adam2222
any cheep online deals for these as i never get to Morrisons in time b4 they all disappear


these have been instore for about 5 months. they are actually a standard line for stores that have a 3 bay lightbulb range.
however when i was doing the order yesterday i noticed that there was an "X" on the label, which means that this has now been discontinued! though this could just mean a similar product is gonna be coming in to replace it or just that they are changing the packaging!
the single ones, which are on the shelf next to the 3 pack, are still there though ass i orderd another 3 cases yesterday!
#20
this is their normal price, ALWAYS
#21
tfish
this is their normal price, ALWAYS


If that's the case, why did Pirow have to pay £10-15 two months ago?
#22
These are great, bought from Asda for £5
You can programme more than 1 plug to each setting too.
So I have the 2 sets of xmas lights on remote 1, which controls 2 sockets. Its great as one push of the off button and it turns off 2 sockets - hope that made sense!
#23
Similar price in Asda, my girlfriend got some for her room, a good energy/cash saving gadget and also means you don't have to get out of bed :-P
#24
These were down to £4 in Morrisons in Newark today.
#25
Just wanted to confirm again that these are currently £4 - absolute bargain. The R/C includes an 'all off' button which adds to the coolness of being able to operate 3 separate lamps from the comfort of my sofa - quite James Bond-esqe in fact (but then I am a rather sad 40-something.....)

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