BELKIN SURGE PROTECTOR £1.99 WITH FREE DELIVERY OVER £49 - HotUKDeals
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These were reduced to £2.48 now olnly £1.99 and there is free delivery over £49 or £4.99 for delivery for sales under £49.

BELKIN PROFESSIONAL SURGE PROTECTOR 4-Socket with Telephone/Modem Protection Protect and insure your equipment from lighting and other electrical / power disturbances!


Power surges and lightning strikes are not the only things that can damage your home electronic equipment. Simply switching appliances on and off can create electrical imbalances that cause cumulative, permanent damage to your computers, peripherals and electronic equipment.



PCWORLD Price: £23.98 inc del.


Features : 1034 Joule energy rating provides standard protection for your basic electronic devices

Lifetime £50,000 Connected Equipment Warranty to insure protection for your connected equipment and give you peace of mind

4 Surge-protected sockets . Also can protect Telephone/FAX/modem/DSL/broadband lines (2 x phone ports)

The Spoiler Cable System for easy and clutter free cable management

BlockSpace Sockets provide room for large, AC adapter blocks, without covering an unused socket

Power switch integrates a 13-Amp circuit breaker with power source

Safety Shutters help to protect users and their children; safety shutters over live and neutral ports

Lifetime Product Warranty + FREE 1.8m Telephone cable


Perfect for: Entry level personal computers | Laptops/notebooks | Telephone/FAX/modem/DSL/broadband lines | Household electronics and more.. Grab yourself a bargain!
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banned#1
Just ordered 1/2 doz. Thanks:thumbsup:
1 Like #2
yeah, i just ordered 4 and a 2gb SD card. For £2 each you can protect everything in your house against surges and it wont break the bank.
#3
One of mine blew up yesterday!
#4
OMG this deal is hotter than me;-)
2 Likes #5
If you like the post guys then leave me some rep. Ta very muchly.
#6
thanks was going to order these last time but delivery put me off. now the whole family has ordered so cut the cost voted hot
#7
thanks truffleshuffle voted and left +ve.

Bought 2 of these when they were £2.48. Under a tenner for two, then, wasnt bad, considering the same ones were £15 in PCworld :giggle:
#8
Excellent deal :) These are essential for surge protection! Thanks karlosblanco ;-)
#9
http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/R0113253-01.jpghttp://www.ebuyer.com/images/lightbox/loading.gif
#10
I got 2 of thesee before when they where at £3.50 each. Well worth it your your pc or LCD, and any other costly equipment!
#11
Yeah I just got a 32" LCD tv so thought I would get one to protect that. Even if you end up paying the postage its still only about the same cost as driving to your nearest PC world.

Dont think I can make up all the £50000 cover limit on the surge protector!
#12
In the reps whats the difference between the green squares and the grey squares?
#13
6 bought - and rep given - nice one :)
#14
does anyone no how long the cable is on these? thanks
#15
adamcookes
does anyone no how long the cable is on these? thanks


It says 2 Metres in the description above.
#16
2 x Ivava High Quality Retail Packaged 1.5M Gold Plated Scart Cable Part Number 96326

Ea £1.69 TOTAL £3.38

Thought these were worth a punt too but there aint many left so hurry.
#17
they have >8000 left atm :o

anyone know when the free postage >49 runs out please?
#18
Smiff
they have >8000 left atm :o

anyone know when the free postage >49 runs out please?


Think that the 49 free postage expires Mon 22nd Jan.

HTH.
#19
MacNewbieInTraining
Think that the 49 free postage expires Mon 22nd Jan.

HTH.



Whats this mean...typed in 49...not valid...
#20
karlosblanco
In the reps whats the difference between the green squares and the grey squares?

I wondered that too.
#21
Hi
Anyone know how much they weigh/cost to post 1 of them. Ta
#22
vale of clwyd
Hi
Anyone know how much they weigh/cost to post 1 of them. Ta



Just ordered 10...weight = 8kgs
1 Like #23
Thanks m8, have ordered 2 !!!
Cheers.
#24
spladam
I wondered that too.


Im still wondering.
#25
56cheffy
Whats this mean...typed in 49...not valid...


The free postage is if you spend over £49 until monday. Just select the saver option in the delivery options and it will be free.
#26
Smiff
they have >8000 left atm :o

anyone know when the free postage >49 runs out please?


Only 7 left now!
#27
no you're looking at wrong item (i think).. its gone from 8700 to 8500 in 2 hours. god i'm sad.

edit: wrong squares sorry.

this free postage is mostly good for heavy items. go order the heavest stuff (UPSes etc) you can find :)
#28
2 metres.
#29
rizla01
2 x Ivava High Quality Retail Packaged 1.5M Gold Plated Scart Cable Part Number 96326

Ea £1.69 TOTAL £3.38

Thought these were worth a punt too but there aint many left so hurry.


Do I take it that these aren't much of a bargain then?
banned#30
rizla01
Do I take it that these aren't much of a bargain then?


The OP posted a deal about Belkin Surge Protector £1.99, ...got to be a bargain in anyones eyes...you're posting about "Gold Plated Scart Cable [Part Number 96326]", so perhaps nobody has noticed your post.
#31
Thanks. Ordered 5. Went via Quidco for 1.5% cash back.
#32
****** I forgot quidco!
#33
oops cant say that word!
#34
I have gone for 5 cheers:thumbsup:
suspended#35
Thanks OP!
Bought 7 of them along with some other stuff to make it over £49 to get the free delivery.
banned#36
karlosblanco
****** I forgot quidco!


Ebuyer and Quidco are a strange mix, i've used Quidco twice and both times it's been "declined":x
#37
7500 left. Ace Ventura: GO PACKAGE PEOPLE

it occured to me it would make more sense to put the whole house on a surge protector than one of these on every outlet.. unless the surge somehow came from inside your house, then you'd be b*gg*r*d
#38
LongDongDave
Ebuyer and Quidco are a strange mix, i've used Quidco twice and both times it's been "declined":x


Same here it never seems to track properly.
#39
I bought one of these before christmass and loved it.
might buy anothe two thanks.

btw my local pc world had these for £20
#40
Smiff

edit: wrong squares sorry.

It's ok, he means the squares in your received reputation.;-)

If anyone around here (crew etc...) would confirm the difference between the colours that would be cool - though I do suspect if I we searched the forums this has probably been answered before!

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