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Check it out - Master-Slave Multi-Plug Adaptor - only £9.99

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I believe this is quite a good price for this kind of thing - it's a Master-Slave Multi-Plug Adaptor for your electrical appliances. You can use it on anything - for example - your TV as the main one,… Read More
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I believe this is quite a good price for this kind of thing - it's a Master-Slave Multi-Plug Adaptor for your electrical appliances. You can use it on anything - for example - your TV as the main one, with the DVD player, Video, Xbox etc in all the other sockets. Then when your TV is powered down, the plug automatically switches off all other appliances attached. These are a great idea, and they save you time as well as money!! You can even use it for your computer equipment, and it has built in surge protection as well!!! What an offer!

To get this one for £9.99, firstly sign up to the newsletter on Tchibo's home page. When you receive the first email within a few seconds, they give you a voucher link to get Free postage on your first order - use this to order your plug!!! If you are already signed up to the newsletter, you may not be able to get the free postage, in which case it would be an extra £3.95.

Details: Convenient control! This Master-Slave Multi-Plug Adaptor simultaneously switches the power supply on or off to up to six slave sockets where computers, stereos, satellite receivers and the like are plugged in. A mains filter protects all connected appliances from high-frequency mains disturbances through its over-voltage protection and overload protection functions.

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#1
[IMG-float=left]http://news.bbc.co.uk/media/images/38836000/jpg/_38836705_delboy150.jpg[/IMG-float]And quidco for another 10% cashback as well! You can't say fairer than that!
#2
Voted+ & added reputation. Thanks for posting this deal Emma! :)
#3
Good spot [B]emmajk42[/B], I can't give you any more Rep at the moment though.X10
#4
I spent a good two hours or so on the weekend trying to fix my father in law's network. The upstairs computer would lose its (wireless) internet connectivity every time the main computer downstairs was switched off.

Couldn't understand it... whether I used the BT Home Hub or a Netgear wireless ADSL router the problem just wouldn't go away... Was it using ICS somehow? Then I watched the box merrily switch itself off when the PC went. Checked the extension cable... it was one of these ******s! Nothing to do with the network configuration at all!

Other than that I'm sure they are great! :)
#5
Not to be confused with the Intelliplug which switches other computer equipment off when your PC goes into standbye. I don't think this multiplug is that clever.
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Ian
#6
@shill:
maybe you should've first read the manual on how to use this adapter! :wink:
#7
Thanks for the rep guys, and X10 don't worry, you can catch me the next time...

LOL @ shill... !!!

@ Grumpycrab - I think this does the same as the intelliplug, it states computers in the description.
#8
are these available in store for the same price?
#9
Thanks Emma ! Was after one of these. Now you need to tell me how I can +rep you :)

Lamarr : Yes, theyre same price on the net or in store.
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Cyrus - use the http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/images/custom_buttons/reputation.gif# button under my user name. Then click on through, it is automatically set to positive, and leave a comment if you like. Please give rep out to whoever you feel deserves it, now that you know how to do it!
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Great deal emma thanks :)http://hotukdeals.com/images/vote-hot.gif
#12
grumpycrab
Not to be confused with the Intelliplug which switches other computer equipment off when your PC goes into standbye. I don't think this multiplug is that clever.
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Ian


I've just hold of one of these and it seems that the plug is semi clever in that there is an adjustment screw that allows the control threshold to be set between 10W & 80W to cover standby modes. This should mean it would work with most TV's that go into standby if adjusted correctly. Not sure about computers though? For £9.99 it is good value for money i'd say. :)
#13
That sounds interesting Warren. Hope it works out well for you :lol:
#14
Thanks Emma been after one of these for a decent price for donkeys.
10% back on quidco too :)
#15
Damn, I saw the master/slave in the title but was very disappointed to read the thread :( Not a bit of S&M in site!
#16
greenfeld, You're sick. ;)
X10
#17
Cheeky boys. :roll:
#18
These are now in the sale for £8 plus £3.95 postage.
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#19
It is now £8
#20
So I have one of these... What does it do?

I thought it turned off other devices, plugged into the slave ports if the Master device shutdown.

It does nothing at all as far as I can tell.

Anyone had any use out of this?

Thanks
#21
Sold Out.
#22
Yeash I know :-) I was one of the stupid ones who bought it...

It just seems like a normal extension lead with an extra light...
#23
ukpbz
I thought it turned off other devices, plugged into the slave ports if the Master device shutdown.


That's what it's supposed to do. But be sure to read the instructions, I don't think they work with laptops into the master, for example.
#24
emmajk42
That's what it's supposed to do. But be sure to read the instructions, I don't think they work with laptops into the master, for example.


Aha thats my prob... I never got destructions.....

Came in an obviousley opened before box.

Anyone give me a brief overview of what to do..

Cheers :whistling:

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