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CASIO FX-83ES CALCULATOR £1.00 IN SAINSBURYS!!!

£1.00 @ Sainsbury's
Just picked two of these up in the Helston store for my kids going back to school for £1 each! These are fantastic caluators and normally retail for around £15.00! There were 5 left of the shelf & I a…
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Just picked two of these up in the Helston store for my kids going back to school for £1 each! These are fantastic caluators and normally retail for around £15.00! There were 5 left of the shelf & I asked the sales assistant & they said it should be nationwide!

Great for the kids going back to school!


Main Features:

Natural Textbook Display
Table of a function
Statistical Data Entry List-based
Multi replay
Slide on hard plastic case
ideal for Keystages 3 & 4 and above. Age 11-16+
Power AAA Battery

Technical Specifications:

Natural Textbook Display Yes
Display TwinLine LCD DOT MATRIX
Keystages Suitable For 3, 4, & above
Suitable for (ages) 11 plus
No. of functions 249
No. of scientific functions 164
Keyboard material Plastic
Mantissa + EXP 12 + 2
Power Supply AAA Battery
Auto power off Yes
Battery Life 17,000 hours continuous display of cursor
Case Slide-on
Memories 7
Parenthese 24
Physical constants No
Formula memory 79 bytes
Multi-replay Yes
Reset Yes
Dimensions (mm) 13.7 (H) x 80 (W) x 161 (D)
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#1
wow, i'd buy 10
#2
excellent price-not sure about the 15 quid rrp-usually get these for about 7 quid in asda/tesco,but this is smoking hot for a pound-hopefully nationwide!
#3
MrBoombastic
wow, i'd buy 10


Why boast about it, you greedy bastic? BOOM BOOM
#4
None if coventry court house green, boo hoo you!
1 Like #5
this is mega cheap , not much difference either between this and the gt plus
cracker if u can find one in your store
#6
They retail around £5-£6. Good deal but let's not exaggerate.
#7
smartmac
They retail around £5-£6. Good deal but let's not exaggerate.


If you know where, supermarkets mark them up much higher. Probably to milk parents that want there children to have the best of everything...
#8
get the calaculators out kids.
if something is 5.50 and is reduced to one pound , what percentage saving is that.
#9
£5 at Tesco so hot deal!
#10
105%?
#11
Hot if you can get one, altho i think this is store specific!
#12
Best and most reliable calcs are the Casios Massive heat added!! Get for kids studying in secondary.
#13
£7.99 in Sainsburys Norfield in Brum ( scanned and checked )
#14
I think that is a different model FX-XXXX
thatscheap
£7.99 in Sainsburys Norfield in Brum ( scanned and checked )
#15
Good price, though I think that considering pretty much every phone or iDevice has a calculator, you really shouldn't invest more than 1-3 pounds on these anyway. Real mathematical graphic calculators on the other hand...
#16
£7.99 in GUISBROUGH CLEVELAND,SCANNED AND CHECKED
#17
Talicus
Good price, though I think that considering pretty much every phone or iDevice has a calculator, you really shouldn't invest more than 1-3 pounds on these anyway. Real mathematical graphic calculators on the other hand...


Considering you aren't allowed such phones into (for example GCSE) exams, I think this is a great deal.
banned#18
dont forget to set the calculator to 'maths'
#19
Wow! These are my university standard calculators for my school. £1 for a brand new one is more than it costs to replace the battery alone... saying that 3 years later, I still have the original batteries installed. Good calculator!
#20
steviep23
get the calaculators out kids.
if something is 5.50 and is reduced to one pound , what percentage saving is that.

I need a caluator to work that out:p
1 Like #21
steviep231 person likes this
this is mega cheap , not much difference either between this and the gt plus
cracker if u can find one in your store


Tbf the gt plus is the one that gets the ladies...dealbreaker...
#22
Talicus
Good price, though I think that considering pretty much every phone or iDevice has a calculator, you really shouldn't invest more than 1-3 pounds on these anyway. Real mathematical graphic calculators on the other hand...

I think this does a bit more than add subtract multiply divide and percentages.
1 Like #23
sabz786
None if coventry court house green, boo hoo you!

That’s because it is probably the scummiest Sainsbury’s in the country, a Miner could go in there after a hard day down the pit and come out of there feeling dirtier then when he went in oO

BURN IN HELL SAINSBURY’S (COURT HOUSE GREEN COVENTRY)

MM
#24
These calculator deals always seem to be store specific.
#25
Do Texas Instruments still make calculators ?
I had one of them, once. It was programmable & could do quadratic equations. It cost my old man £35 and that was near enough 30 yrs ago.
Great deal on this one though. H&R.
#26
zappster1966
Do Texas Instruments still make calculators ?
I had one of them, once. It was programmable & could do quadratic equations. It cost my old man £35 and that was near enough 30 yrs ago.
Great deal on this one though. H&R.

Yep, and they're still pushing new stuff with each model.
They (TI84 SE - not recommended unless you knew how to use them because they take a bit of time to get used to compared to models like in the OP) were allowed in my A Level Maths exams but not by my university. Crazy or what?!

Back on topic ... these are great basic calculators and the batteries last an age! If you know what you're doing they will be more than suitable for everything through Secondary School, Sixth Form and University.
#27
81 and 45/55th's % reduction I think, just scribbling on a bit of paper. Anyone else worked it out, or should I just get out more?
#28
Mire Mare
sabz786
None if coventry court house green, boo hoo you!


That’s because it is probably the scummiest Sainsbury’s in the country, a Miner could go in there after a hard day down the pit and come out of there feeling dirtier then when he went in oO

BURN IN HELL SAINSBURY’S (COURT HOUSE GREEN COVENTRY)

MM


A miner eh? Strange then that this calculator is gaining so much heat and yet only seems to have been found in a Cornish town!
1 Like #29
Lwdajo
81 and 45/55th's % reduction I think, just scribbling on a bit of paper. Anyone else worked it out, or should I just get out more?


I'd go for that answer ..... very exact...or for the decimal calculator children of the world....81.81818181818181818181(recurring)%
.....but of course you'd have to buy the £1 calculator to work that out Ha Ha Ha!!!
#30
Your not far off....its probably right up your street.......
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Mire Mare
sabz786
None if coventry court house green, boo hoo you!


That’s because it is probably the scummiest Sainsbury’s in the country, a Miner could go in there after a hard day down the pit and come out of there feeling dirtier then when he went in oO

BURN IN HELL SAINSBURY’S (COURT HOUSE GREEN COVENTRY)

MM
#31
Are these the ones they are selling which are solar powerd?


I am trying to find some solar powered ones to put in shoe boxes at Christmas and am having difficulty finding anything reasonably priced

Edited By: fairy on Oct 03, 2010 08:32: spelling
#32
Can anyone let me know if they have found these anywhere else please? Thanks
#33
Hot deal. But Sainsburys deals are normally very sporadic and restricted to stores that have excess stock left.
#34
DE4L3R
105%?
No
1 Like #35
This is essential for a student!! Even an arts student, they can write BOOBS with it
#36
fairy
Can anyone let me know if they have found these anywhere else please? Thanks

Loads in my local Sainsburys ... at £7.99 each.

Tesco are flogging them for a fiver each, although the box say £6.97 each.


Well done to all those who managed to get one for just a quid :)

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