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cath kidston duvet set £19.95 Bentalls instore

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Bentalls clearance shop in Bentall centre Kingston upon Thames lg floor near toys r us so many Cath kidston products & much more on offer , single duvets £15 & double up to £20 from £55 can't go wrong…
kayleighm1992 Avatar3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks agoAdd Comment
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zwilling j a henckel chef knives £39.00 and £45 @ Bentalls

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Hi I just popped into bentalls department store in Kingston today and I came across the zwilling j a henckel knives, I've been looking to buy this range of knives for a very long time as they are amaz…
imranbashir10 Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago5 Comments
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Those knives on Amazon are there old 4 star range from couple years ago, these are there new premium ranges, pure and pro, I have been keeping a eye on there pro range with the rivets and it never goes on sale
Isn't this pretty typical in Bentalls? I've been there loads of times and there's been 50% zwilling. Are these something special that are normally not reduced?
nice find
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Disney Infinity Characters and Playsets at Bentalls Outlet Bracknell £4.99 at Bentalls

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I found planty of Disney Infinity 1.0 or 2.0 characters and playset starting from £4.99, Bentalls Outlet Bracknell Princess Square. I dont think its natiowide but some may find it usefull. P.S. Sp…
kesi10032003 Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months agoAdd Comment
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Nook HD+ tablet £74.50 at Bentalls Kingston.

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The Nook HD+ may not be the most recent tablet but it's not bad for £74.50 new. Bentalls in Kingston had around a dozen left.
Monkey nuts 2 Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago32 Comments
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I bought one of these 10 months ago for £75. I'm using the normal Nook interface. I use it mainly for Google NewsStand/Kindle reader, news apps like CNN/BBC/Sky, streaming iPlayer/NowTv/Netflix/YouTube etc (including as a remote for Google chromecast), and watching bluray rips (1080p, low bitrate i.e. like YIFY, play off MicroSD card). I've had a Galaxy Tab S 10.5 since christmas, so I know what a modern android tablet feels like in comparison.

Pros:

1. Great build quality (close to apple), feels solid with nice textured back
2. Great screen with unique (?) HD+ 3:2 aspect ratio, perfect for viewing SLR/CSC photos (1920x1280 res).
3. Good WiFi antenna, equal to Tab S, 30ft through 2 brick walls
It cost £75.

Cons:

1. 3D gaming is slow and basically not worth it. 2D stuff like Farm Heroes, Angry Birds, Candy Crush etc run fine, but anything in full 3D is bad.
2. Rear-facing speaker, like the iPad. Works fine, but I prefer stereo front speakers.
3. Web browsing is slow compared to a modern tablet, it takes twice as long for things to happen (al teast).
4. Amazon Appstore and Music will NOT work at all. Kindle app is fine.
5. Some apps will not work at all because they use a newer android version (see above)
6. No camera

I've had no battery or charging problems, I easily get 6hrs+ of 1080p video from a full charge, with maybe 20% battery left.

So for what I use it for (video/movies, news, magazines, eReader, light gaming/web use) it's a decent tablet with a great screen.

And it's £75.

Did mention it was £75?

Obviously, the Tab S makes it look pretty bad, but then that is four times the price.


Edited By: HedgyHoggy on May 06, 2015 17:28: info
amour3k
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Had this for a awhile now (HD+ 32GB).....Great screen / screen size, and very good for a dual core tablet. Now showing it's age a little though.......
Like one or two of the comments already made, If you simply want to play / stream music, watch films, odd bit of browsing, read books and just do general tablet such stuff then this is great.
I never rooted mine and it works fine......have nova launcher prime and apps like MXpro and Neutron Music Player as the Barnes and Noble skin is a bit pants...
Worth bearing in mind that this like the Ipoo uses a proprietary charging / data cable and this can be physically hooked to an HDMI TV, but again via a proprietary adaptor.
I made sure I pimped mine up by buying two extra cables / plugs, Screen Protectors, HDMI Adaptor, Desktop Charger, Stylus, 64GB SD Card and 3 cases including one which has a bluetooth keyboard....
I've always used the Play Store without rooting so no issue there, but there definitely appears to be an issue with Amazon Prime Movies......
By the way, once you make the move from a 7 inch tablet to something of this size, you wonder why you didn't do this before!!!!!!
Hope this all helps :O)
Hope this helps
Yes, it looks like in the days on your Nook HD+ u hit it up very good! lool.
Yep, an 8"-10" bit of equipment could always been seen as more preferable to an 7" I guess? lol.
Nova Laucher has been mentioned once before on here some months back (never used it personally mind?), how'd u find it?, is it any good?, could u recommend any others?, i've used ES File Manager Explorer though (which is 1 up to that of generic bog standard File Managers in some Devices I guess?).
What was the Neutron Music Player like?, never heard of this one?, but sounds geeky in a 'Space Age' kinda way?, lol, & probably has plenty of bells & whistles to boot too, huh?, lol, I've tried VLC on Android before for Music & Video's but in some way the MX Player holds its own just a little bit more in this regard I feel? (though I could be wrong?).
Could u recommend any other cool Music Players too by any chance?.
My Devices are all Android .. i'm yet to venture into the Windows 8 Tablets & the like at the moment?, but we'll see ..... lool. :-)

I used to use GO Launcher, but simply prefer Nova....Try out the free version first and see what you think....no harm done if you don't like it.

As for Neutron MP, it is simply the BEST sounding music app out there in Android world, but you need to make your own mind up on that sweeping statement. Take listen and hear the difference. It's definitely a bit geeky which is I am not, I just simply enjoy very good sound. Loads to tinker with but I really do not like how you put together playlists on it.

I also use ES File Explorer which suit my needs totally.

As for MX Pro, I have this on my Note 4 and Nook, and it works like a dream. I have also recently discovered Videostream for Chromecast. This too is superb and love the companion app on my phone. It lets me connect to my media on my laptop to cast on the TV....luv it!!!!!! :O).

I actually hardly use my Nook which is a shame as the screen is really nice. The little one has a look in more nowadays, although I just ordered the small person the Wikipad from Ebuyer (See Post on UKHD). He'll be so happy with this!!!!

Probably put the Nook and all the accessories on Ebay :O)

If you want a big screen why not the 10 inch Asus for £99?....I think JL and Tesco are doing.....can't remember the serial number.

I was also looking at the neocore N1 and the neocore C1 from Amazon but not too convinced by these cheaper tablets. Theres also the 8.4 inch Samsung TabPRO from JL for £150, which I really like the look of :O)

Hope this helps :O)
amour3k
I've never personally owned one, nor do I know of anyone that owns one too?, so I may be being a bit ignorant here, but ..... why isn't Playstore re-installed on this here from the off as standard then? (from the beginning?), or ..... I don't get it?.

When Barnes & Noble, a major US bookstore chain, launched the Nook HD in late 2012 it was intended to sell at premium prices and had a screen and build quality to match. They reskinned android and prevented access to the google play store in order to maximise sales of their own books, movies, music, apps etc. Within six months, sales of the nook HD and HD+ were poor, so as a last desperate throw of the dice they issued a software update that included google play. It was too late by then so soon after Barnes & Noble pulled the plug, lost a packet and sold off the nooks and accessories at bargain prices. In essence, they tried and failed to do an amazon.
Charging is a issue.
Waste of money imo unless you enjoy a poor tablet experience.

I have not used mine in 6 months even with cyanogenmod. I regret the purchase.
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Skylander Trap Team minis £5.99 @ Bentalls Kingston

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Seen in the Kingston Bentalls toy department - Skylanders Trap Team minis double pack with Hijinx and Eye Small for £5.99. Cheapest I've seen elsewhere is £13.99.
Monkey nuts 2 Avatar2y, 5d agoFound 2 years, 5 days ago3 Comments
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Doh. Now I feel like I paid too much.
Went in there today and got the last one on the shelf. And as it's black friday, I got another £1.50 off making it about £4.50! Result!

Thanks OP!

Edited By: NeilHD on Nov 28, 2014 14:12
Do they have an online shop?
I'm in Northern Ireland :(
Brill deal!!!
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Global knives - Buy one get one 50% off, Bentalls Kingston

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Global knives, considered one of the best knives around. Bentalls Kingston are doing a promotion that if you buy one Global knife, you get a second for half off. Seeing as these are never discounted,
bluerpk Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago20 Comments
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Hi Toddsupplies,

I am no chef but do cook most days so my knives get good use. I have to say that a good knife takes the effort out what i suspect for most everyday people is a choir with a standard knife purchased cheaply from the supermarket. It is actually enjoyable to have use a Global.

Would you have any other knife recommendations a bit more reasonably priced for your average home cook ? As like i said the Globals now seem very high priced to when i purchased mine.


Edited By: The_Bounty_Bear on Oct 19, 2014 08:43
I meant to mention as for the fact that these knives are uncomfortable to use. Yes they are for the first week or two. After a couple of weeks you will develop what we call in the trade a global callus and after that all is good. If you are passionate about cooking and good knives then spend the time and effort with these guys and you will not be disappointed. But if you insist on hating them let me know and I will buy them off you lol.
Right guys, I cant help myself when it comes to global knife threads. I have been chef for 10 years and I love my globals and they are professional grade knives. These are not meant for home use but if you can afford them then they are an investment. They are hard to sharpen (even for some chefs) as they are sharpened at both sides at a 15 degree angle. If you are not comfortable in sharpening these knives the invest in a minosharp ceramic sharpener (apx £20 -£25) and these sharpen them back up perfectly. Hence, why they have been officially endorsed by Global themselves. Like I say they are an investment and come with a lifetime warranty against all aspects except accidental damage. if anyone has any questions in relation I am more than happy to try and help.
i have 2. I purchased the G-2 for around £60 in 2006 from very reputable major cookware company (so please do not say i have a fake) yet now the G-2 retails for around £95. The other one (GS-5) cost £45 in 2008 and now goes for nearly £75. People have said i have never had knife fail, but once you use a proper knife with a proper edge it is very hard to go back to standard Ikea/Argos/supermarket chef knife.

yes Global Knives are knives your grandchildren will inherit if you don't misuse them. Super sharp, very hardwearing and i love using them ...but at £95. Nope i would not have paid that for them , then or now.

I would love to know why these things have had a 50% price increase in recent years and i would suggest that there are better value knives that can be just as good at a more reasonable price. The Lakeland Select knives always seem to get good reviews for the price, and if i was in need of a knife now i would probably check these out with the Global knifes at the same time

Also the price of the knife is just one part of the total outlay, you must invest in a proper sharpener if buying one. I have the Minosharp water sharpener which again seems to have jumped in price since i purchased. I would also suggest that you actually hold one before buying. The Global brand is not for everyone, it feels light compared to other high end knives which will not be everyones taste.

a high end knife is a good investment in the long run IMO. my parents seem to find some bargain £10 - £20 cooks knife every few years but have now outspent me on inferior knives that do not last or hold a edge well.

oh and forget putting them in the dishwasher as well, that is a very big NO NO




Edited By: The_Bounty_Bear on Oct 18, 2014 07:47: more info
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Unless you need please save your money .. Hard times ahead

yeah, hide you money inside your mattresses.

Edited By: douglas13 on Oct 13, 2014 21:17
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Frozen elsa doll - £16.99 Instore @ Bentalls

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020 8546 1001 Bentalls department store kingston Good luck
bicbic Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago8 Comments
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Haha
Yes me too, continually out of stock in smyths , tesco argos. Etc. etc. my niece will be extremely happy for christmas now
bicbic
I've been looking for weeks.
Seen in Smyths, Toysrus, Tesco, Sainburys etc ... times when it was not available are all gone
Kingston , surrey
Hope some of you have managed to get, I've been looking for weeks.