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ASDA Power Surge Protected 6 Way Extension Lead @ Asda £4.00

£4.00 @ George (Asda George)
Looks like a good deal for a surge protector cheapest I have found for 6 socket. Read More
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Looks like a good deal for a surge protector cheapest I have found for 6 socket.
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#1
Looks as though price has been reduced to £4 now OP?
#2
Where's it from?
#3
I got some rtc in Tesco last night - 4 sockets, short lead but only £1.75 and individually switched. Worth looking on the rtc crap shelf if you're in Tesco anyway.
But hot price for the Asda ones :)
1 Like #4
Why do they charge £4.95 to collect from store!?
banned#5
Price updated
1 Like #6
Why on earth do they charge 4.95 for delivery when ye pick it up instore
#7
I think it's a disgrace that you have to pay £4.95 when you're collecting instore, unless you spend a minimum of £25!! Asda's collect instore is a joke anyway, they are hopeless!!
#8
no point getting a surge protected lead unless it comes with insurance
#9
Agree. Delivery charges for ASDA are ridiculous. Boots deliver free to store no matter how much you spend so if they can do it, so can ASDA.
#10
Got a friend that asked "what's the point about having surge protectors in England when there aren't many thunderstorms?".
#11
jsty3105
Got a friend that asked "what's the point about having surge protectors in England when there aren't many thunderstorms?".
A surge-protected mains lead will never protect against a lightning strike - they are toys. It's just another way of persuading you you need something you never thought you needed.
#12
vtailor
no point getting a surge protected lead unless it comes with insurance
And even if it has, are the terms of that insurance not so onerous that no-one will ever be able to realistically claim on it anyway? What a joke.

Edited By: pibpob on Jan 28, 2011 12:42
1 Like #13
pibpob
vtailor
no point getting a surge protected lead unless it comes with insurance
And even if it has, are the terms of that insurance not so onerous that no-one will ever be able to realistically claim on it anyway? What a joke.

So it doesn't look like there's any point getting a surge protected lead...?
#14
jsty3105
So it doesn't look like there's any point getting a surge protected lead...?
Absolutely. If it says "surge protected" then it won't do any harm, but don't let that claim sway your purchasing decision. I no more believe in Father Christmas than I do in the effectiveness of so-called "surge protected" extension leads.
#15
I just picked up a 6 way, 3 METRE, surge protected extension lead from Tesco. Were £10, now half price at £5.

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