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Makita SDS 240V DRILL £99.58 @ CPC farnell

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£99.58 @ CPC Farnell
Needed to purchase a replacement SDS drill to replace my old one. Had a good look round and found this Makita SDS at CPC for £99.58 They are selling the same drill at Screwfix for £169.99 I dont kno… Read More
Needed to purchase a replacement SDS drill to replace my old one. Had a good look round and found this Makita SDS at CPC for £99.58 They are selling the same drill at Screwfix for £169.99 I dont kno…
matluvsit Avatar4d, 11h agoFound 4 days, 11 hours ago10 Comments
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iz123456789
Is the strong? Would it go through really old/tough brick walls?


As it's an SDS and a supposedly reputable make, it'll go through most things far easier than a standard drill and should last a reasonable time. I have one of those Titan like cheap SDS and the difference from a standard drill is amazing. On moving into a new house I couldn't even put holes in wall to put up curtains. Got an SDS and it went in like drilling through wood. I've even removed driveways and trees with it.
Is the strong? Would it go through really old/tough brick walls?
I changed the brushes on my Bosch it kinda works but spits flames out of the air vents. Which looks very cool but probably isn't very safe.
good price with a chuck too,

but my dewalt is still going strong after changing the brushes.
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A10-7800 12-Core** Socket FM2+ 3.9 GHz APU Processor - CPC farnell - £46.79

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£46.79 @ CPC Farnell
First Post!! I have an older A10 and i can run things like CSGO at 60 frames in high Graphics, For the price if you want a small media PC with gaming capabilities this is a GREAT price. Edit: ** em… Read More
First Post!! I have an older A10 and i can run things like CSGO at 60 frames in high Graphics, For the price if you want a small media PC with gaming capabilities this is a GREAT price. Edit: ** em…
steevhan Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago19 Comments
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Rhythmeister
Lahn
Rhythmeister
philjstephenson
do NOT purchase this CPU, my god this is slow, glitchy and basically a poor all round performer...i hate mine and im saving hard to upgrade for a new i5, this thing is poor all round...
Can you buy a better performing i5 CPU for under fifty quid now?
Yes, you can
https://uk.webuy.com/search/index.php?stext=intel+i5§ion=&price=2-50&op=2-340
The 2500K is available for £50, it's significantly faster than this :p

I've just scored a brand new, unwanted, Fx8320e for £65 posted which should OC to about 4.5GHz hopefully and see me 'til Ryzen drops in price by about 50% :D

Good luck with that, good price to. I have a FX6300 that I cannot get reliably beyond 5GHz; plenty of room thermally, and passes Prime95 etc at 5.08GHz and 55C; but throws odd, random errors if I take it beyond 4.95GHz for more than a few hours; however it will sit at 4.95GHz 24/7 without issue.

It will equally underclock down to 1.6GHz and still play games at a reasonable frame rate, once the various board response times are set to "Extreme" or "Ultra High".

Strangely, it plays games better than it browses the internet at 1.6GHz!!
CampGareth
Gentle_Giant
CampGareth
polly69
Gentle_Giant
You can get a 3GHz Quad Core Xeon for under £15 if you know where to shop.
For a Media Server/Player, or a budget PC, this cpu is a good choice, but dont buy it expecting to be able to OC it to death, the multiplier is locked on all but the "k" suffix models in the range..
Where can you score a xenon for £15.
Ebay. EBay's great for older CPUs, for instance I bought a couple of 3GHz 8 core xeons for £80 each. Admittedly the board for them was still expensive but with socket 771 or 1366 you should be able to find cheap options.
You were ripped off, I bought a 3GHz Quad core Xeon late last year, for £13 inc P&P. Current price from my supplier is range from ~£5 for a 1.8GHz, to ~£38 for a 3.3GHz.
What generation architecture? Mine are sandybridge at heart, E5-2670 V1s

The cheapest 1.8GHz ones are 771, and they go up to last gen at about £100- £120; I tend to buy 771/775 Quads as motherboards are plentiful and fairly cheap, and they tend to handle older games much better than modern iron, although the prices dont really start to rise until you reach last gen.
Lahn
Rhythmeister
philjstephenson
do NOT purchase this CPU, my god this is slow, glitchy and basically a poor all round performer...i hate mine and im saving hard to upgrade for a new i5, this thing is poor all round...
Can you buy a better performing i5 CPU for under fifty quid now?
Yes, you can
https://uk.webuy.com/search/index.php?stext=intel+i5§ion=&price=2-50&op=2-340
The 2500K is available for £50, it's significantly faster than this :p


I've just scored a brand new, unwanted, Fx8320e for £65 posted which should OC to about 4.5GHz hopefully and see me 'til Ryzen drops in price by about 50% :D
Gentle_Giant
CampGareth
polly69
Gentle_Giant
You can get a 3GHz Quad Core Xeon for under £15 if you know where to shop.
For a Media Server/Player, or a budget PC, this cpu is a good choice, but dont buy it expecting to be able to OC it to death, the multiplier is locked on all but the "k" suffix models in the range..
Where can you score a xenon for £15.
Ebay. EBay's great for older CPUs, for instance I bought a couple of 3GHz 8 core xeons for £80 each. Admittedly the board for them was still expensive but with socket 771 or 1366 you should be able to find cheap options.
You were ripped off, I bought a 3GHz Quad core Xeon late last year, for £13 inc P&P. Current price from my supplier is range from ~£5 for a 1.8GHz, to ~£38 for a 3.3GHz.
What generation architecture? Mine are sandybridge at heart, E5-2670 V1s
CampGareth
polly69
Gentle_Giant
You can get a 3GHz Quad Core Xeon for under £15 if you know where to shop.
For a Media Server/Player, or a budget PC, this cpu is a good choice, but dont buy it expecting to be able to OC it to death, the multiplier is locked on all but the "k" suffix models in the range..
Where can you score a xenon for £15.
Ebay. EBay's great for older CPUs, for instance I bought a couple of 3GHz 8 core xeons for £80 each. Admittedly the board for them was still expensive but with socket 771 or 1366 you should be able to find cheap options.

You were ripped off, I bought a 3GHz Quad core Xeon late last year, for £13 inc P&P. Current price from my supplier is range from ~£5 for a 1.8GHz, to ~£38 for a 3.3GHz.
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30 led camping lantern £3.00 from CPC

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£3.00 @ CPC Farnell
Battery operated camping lantern 3 AA batteries (not supplied). Plastic body lifts up to turn on. 30 LED's give off a really bright light which can be reduced by only partially exposing top section. B… Read More
Battery operated camping lantern 3 AA batteries (not supplied). Plastic body lifts up to turn on. 30 LED's give off a really bright light which can be reduced by only partially exposing top section. B…
Lacap Avatar1m, 2d agoFound 1 month, 2 days ago5 Comments
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bollybobinson
cpc are basically a trade counter, they have offer leaflets each week, hence the different prices, you have to see the offer to buy it, if you walk in or order from their normal catalogue it will be full price


Yes, there's a useful site that HUKD blocks if you can google CPC price checker (hint www check now dot co uk ) you can search for an item and it lists any lower priced (hidden) deals on the CPC site
spannerzone
Even cheaper, same product, lower price!http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/pel00011/30-led-camping-lantern/dp/LP0930603
There's a website that lets you search for CPC (and Argos) cheapest prices and oddly CPC have many products with 2 different prices. This check now site seeks out these deals. The website is blocked by HUKD, google find cpc lowest price or PM me

cpc are basically a trade counter, they have offer leaflets each week, hence the different prices, you have to see the offer to buy it, if you walk in or order from their normal catalogue it will be full price
Just used these for a camping trip and they are really good. Well built and very bright
I just got a couple, for £2.64 each (see my link above) - they're bigger than I thought but decent for camping or power cuts. Takes 3 x AA batteries and more solid than they look. Bargain for this price
Even cheaper, same product, lower price!
http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/pel00011/30-led-camping-lantern/dp/LP0930603

There's a website that lets you search for CPC (and Argos) cheapest prices and oddly CPC have many products with 2 different prices. This check now site seeks out these deals. The website is blocked by HUKD, google find cpc lowest price
or PM me





Edited By: spannerzone on May 24, 2017 18:08
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40 AA Batteries for £6.96 DELIVERED @ CPC

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£6.96 @ CPC Farnell
Good deal I reckon. Hope somebody could save some penny on AA batteries. But no idea about the quality. Read More
Good deal I reckon. Hope somebody could save some penny on AA batteries. But no idea about the quality.
luohuank491 Avatar1m, 3d agoFound 1 month, 3 days ago32 Comments
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polarbaba
pibpob
troublesome1
Does anyone know whether rechargeable AAAs would be suitable for room thermostats? I have 1.5v alkalines in at the moment, in a new-build property, which have lasted nearly 3 years but are flashing as low charge, so I need to decide on a suitable replacement. Thanks.
I would hope the low self-discharge (sometimes called pre-charged) types would be fine, but this is one application where it is still sensible to use disposables, as they last so long. Unless the instructions say you can use rechargeables (unlikely), it would be impossible to confirm without trying them.
alkalines!,remember low discharge are low and not no-discharge. your actual use is so minimal that the self discharge would be greater than your use.
go lithium-alkaline replacements if you want to change them even less! (but way more expensive )
Agreed - but in addition to the self-discharge, there would be minimal saving both financially and in waste, because they would be replacing so few disposables.
pibpob
troublesome1
Does anyone know whether rechargeable AAAs would be suitable for room thermostats? I have 1.5v alkalines in at the moment, in a new-build property, which have lasted nearly 3 years but are flashing as low charge, so I need to decide on a suitable replacement. Thanks.
I would hope the low self-discharge (sometimes called pre-charged) types would be fine, but this is one application where it is still sensible to use disposables, as they last so long. Unless the instructions say you can use rechargeables (unlikely), it would be impossible to confirm without trying them.


alkalines!,remember low discharge are low and not no-discharge. your actual use is so minimal that the self discharge would be greater than your use.
go lithium-alkaline replacements if you want to change them even less! (but way more expensive )
Kodak xtralife batteries are actually insanely good for the price

http://www.batteryshowdown.com/results-hi.html
pibpob
troublesome1
Does anyone know whether rechargeable AAAs would be suitable for room thermostats? I have 1.5v alkalines in at the moment, in a new-build property, which have lasted nearly 3 years but are flashing as low charge, so I need to decide on a suitable replacement. Thanks.
I would hope the low self-discharge (sometimes called pre-charged) types would be fine, but this is one application where it is still sensible to use disposables, as they last so long. Unless the instructions say you can use rechargeables (unlikely), it would be impossible to confirm without trying them.

The instructions don't seem to specify. I'm inclined to agree with you, however. I think I'll just use Kodak Xtralife AAAs, which at 6 for £1 will be an inexpensive mistake if they turn out to be rubbish.
troublesome1
Does anyone know whether rechargeable AAAs would be suitable for room thermostats? I have 1.5v alkalines in at the moment, in a new-build property, which have lasted nearly 3 years but are flashing as low charge, so I need to decide on a suitable replacement. Thanks.
I would hope the low self-discharge (sometimes called pre-charged) types would be fine, but this is one application where it is still sensible to use disposables, as they last so long. Unless the instructions say you can use rechargeables (unlikely), it would be impossible to confirm without trying them.
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LEDVANCE 4058075001107 LED Floodlight, 50W 3000K Black - £26.88 @ CPC

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Osram should be decent Read More
Osram should be decent
gap30 Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago9 Comments
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I've fitted quite a few of these and they are of good quality and the only issue for me is only having a 3000k light color which is very yellow, 6000k would a day white and clearer light.

Also be careful when removing the mounts for fitting as there are a few washers which drop out easily.

They also come in different wattages.

Note: Osram have sold out this part of the business to ledvance:
https://www.osram.com/osram_com/landingpage/you-will-find-some-osram-products-at-ledvance-in-the-future/index.jsp
crazymonkey
deanos
I posted this a few months back, got one myself as you would expect very well made better that the cheap eBay ones

numpty question, but is this bright enough for DIY work like painting etc, y'know when you've removed all the lights on the ceiling and you need some good bright light!


It lights up all ,my back garden , so would think it's ok
samstan5
bouncy99
damned shame they dont have a pir version
You could set it up through a remote pir/photocell for under a tenner though

I would actually prefer to do this than some of the shyte i have fitted for customers over the years
bouncy99
damned shame they dont have a pir version


You could set it up through a remote pir/photocell for under a tenner though
damned shame they dont have a pir version
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PRO ELEC 2213U 2-Gang Power & USB Charging Wallplate - £5.94 @ CPC

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Not the best but cheep Read More
Not the best but cheep
gap30 Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago15 Comments
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Not the best but cheep
Is there a bird in here?

http://derbyimages.woot.com/cakalusa/Cheap_Cheep-tokprx-d.jpg
Roph
darthvader666uk
Does anyone know if they do a Type C for these? Now that would be perfect!
..Why would the wall socket have to be type C, thus destroying the "Universal" in USB? Just use a USB A to USB C cable.

Hard to find an A to C usb cable for quick charge and would be nice for a type c socket :)
darthvader666uk
Does anyone know if they do a Type C for these? Now that would be perfect!

..Why would the wall socket have to be type C, thus destroying the "Universal" in USB? Just use a USB A to USB C cable.
Does anyone know if they do a Type C for these? Now that would be perfect!
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CPC Bargain Corner - Up to 95% off

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£0.00 @ CPC Farnell
Huge amounts in the bargain corner, many with up to 95% off. I'm trawling through for some of the best deals, please mention any if you find some. Hope this is of use! Read More
Huge amounts in the bargain corner, many with up to 95% off. I'm trawling through for some of the best deals, please mention any if you find some. Hope this is of use!
drucey Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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strikerman
Be prepared to be bombarded with junk mail if you by anything from CPC.
I don't know how they afford to do that! I had to call up get them to stop the catalogue.
strikerman
Be prepared to be bombarded with junk mail if you by anything from CPC.


Yup, a catalogue at least one per week.
Be prepared to be bombarded with junk mail if you by anything from CPC.
cold from me, still way over priced stuff they cant move
Is it like JD sale, any item you click on, is out of stock.
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Ultra Slim Digital Bathroom Scales with Tempered Glass Platform & LCD Display & 180kg Capacity £9.90 @ CPC

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£9.90 @ CPC Farnell
Measures in kg, st and lb Tap on and auto off functions Ultra slim design Tempered glass platform Clear LCD display 10 Memory slots Accuracy: 100g Seems like a great price! Read More
Measures in kg, st and lb Tap on and auto off functions Ultra slim design Tempered glass platform Clear LCD display 10 Memory slots Accuracy: 100g Seems like a great price!
SamTL Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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Ty !
Thanks OP, just what I needed. Purchased :)
You'd need 20/20 vision or be a dwarf to read the display.
anthony212
will it break if you weigh 181kg?

Play it safe and only weigh yourself in pounds.
Never tried to weigh my bathroom but damn sure it's more than 180kg. :{
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24 Hour Plug-In Digital Timer £4.43 / £7.42 delivered @ CPC

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£4.43 @ CPC Farnell
Minimum spend for free delivery = £5. £6.62 on Amazon - seems like a great deal. Silent as apposed to the noisy mechanical timers. Can also set days of the week and 'random' mode for when you're a… Read More
Minimum spend for free delivery = £5. £6.62 on Amazon - seems like a great deal. Silent as apposed to the noisy mechanical timers. Can also set days of the week and 'random' mode for when you're a…
SamTL Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago4 Comments
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I think you get 3 for £15 at Argos
jaques_kalis
Update the title to include delivery.., its not 4.50 delivered

Included. (Add any item over 50p for free delivery. )
Update the title to include delivery.., its not 4.50 delivered
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YELLOWSTONE GA004 Portable Gas Stove £9.54 @ CPC Farnell

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The Portable Gas Stove is ideal if you want to cook in your garden or for a variety of occasions such as camping, festivals, picnics and fishing. Easy to use, the gas stove has has a simple and safe a… Read More
The Portable Gas Stove is ideal if you want to cook in your garden or for a variety of occasions such as camping, festivals, picnics and fishing. Easy to use, the gas stove has has a simple and safe a…
bulkybuy Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago22 Comments
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fatreg
bulkybuy
fatreg
don't f**k about with gas, get a campingaz one or the like, this looks super flimsy.
What evidence are you using to say this is flimsy? A photo?
Yes, hence the "looks"

Let me make sure I avoid your reviews and comments in future due to your opinion that a product is 'super flimsy' by seeing a photo of it. Well done....not!! (as my 4 year old would say )
bulkybuy
fatreg
don't f**k about with gas, get a campingaz one or the like, this looks super flimsy.
What evidence are you using to say this is flimsy? A photo?
Yes, hence the "looks"
fatreg
don't f**k about with gas, get a campingaz one or the like, this looks super flimsy.

What evidence are you using to say this is flimsy? A photo?
don't f**k about with gas, get a campingaz one or the like, this looks super flimsy.
Pound Stretcher £8.99, with a pack of 4 gas canisters at £3.99
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PRO ELEC 2818NS(1N) 2M BLK 2m 8 Way Switched Surge Protected Extension Lead, Black - £8.86 @ CPC

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A very special surge protector, at a very fair price... Read More
A very special surge protector, at a very fair price...
SalfordCityRed Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago4 Comments
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Why is it very special?
I have this too. Plenty of power sockets for my TV setup, hides nicely behind my TV unit.
Good price but the price on these from CPC are up and down like a yo yo so worth keeping an eye out if every penny counts and your not in any hurry.

Heat added.
I use one of these for my TV/AV setup it works well and is well made. Having switches is a nice touch....

Edited By: f1refox on Apr 30, 2017 21:48
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8 Way Individually Switched Surge Protected Extension Lead £8.35 @ CPC

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Found this 8 way extension lead which is individually switched and comes surge protected. Similar deal posted about a month ago but this one is in white and is cheaper. Link Here Also an option for… Read More
Found this 8 way extension lead which is individually switched and comes surge protected. Similar deal posted about a month ago but this one is in white and is cheaper. Link Here Also an option for…
Darkraiser Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago15 Comments
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CraigT
I bought one last time. I got sent the wrong model, but that was quickly rectified by their very good (British) customer services. It works well for standard plugs, but I was unable to fill all the sockets because most of my equipment uses over-sized adapters instead of standard sized plugs. It was bought for my computer desk but I had to go back to my straight 6-way extension. Voted hot despite this.
Is a tower one an option for you? I bought a couple of ten way surge protected tower ones from CPC a while back, the sockets are angled with five on each side of the tower, so virtually any mains plug will go into them fine without restricting other sockets. Only issue I have with my tower ones is not individually switched, but you can get versions that are they just weren't cheap at the time I bought.
I might be able to get the tower to work but the desk has a false back to hide the cables, so in front would show all the cables and behind would be very difficult to plug in or unplug. The smaller tower could be an option, but ideally as the other poster mentioned, a straight 8-way is really what I want. Having said that I'm not desperate, I went for this because it was cheap and I liked the individual lights and switches.
JamesSmith
nige182
CraigT
I bought one last time. I got sent the wrong model, but that was quickly rectified by their very good (British) customer services. It works well for standard plugs, but I was unable to fill all the sockets because most of my equipment uses over-sized adapters instead of standard sized plugs. It was bought for my computer desk but I had to go back to my straight 6-way extension. Voted hot despite this.
Is a tower one an option for you? I bought a couple of ten way surge protected tower ones from CPC a while back, the sockets are angled with five on each side of the tower, so virtually any mains plug will go into them fine without restricting other sockets. Only issue I have with my tower ones is not individually switched, but you can get versions that are they just weren't cheap at the time I bought.
I'm tempted to buy this. It's a lot of dosh £33 seems mental, but quality engineering, well designed for avoiding a jungle of cables very highly rated by owners.https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/71WtAFMVsDL._SL1500_.jpg

I like that but £33 is a bit much.
Good deal, heat added, Be aware though that fitting 8 plugs on it depends on the shape of the plugs. I bought one for my external hard drives and found that once 4 were plugged in along the bottom none could be plugged in along the top as they clashed. It's a shame you can't get 8-gang individually switched surge protected in a continuous strip, 6 is the maximum it seems then you have to go for this design or the towers.
I'm not sure I'm a pro elec fan. Had just a 3way switched adapter from CPC and I heard it sizzling one day. Luckily I heard it.
nige182
CraigT
I bought one last time. I got sent the wrong model, but that was quickly rectified by their very good (British) customer services. It works well for standard plugs, but I was unable to fill all the sockets because most of my equipment uses over-sized adapters instead of standard sized plugs. It was bought for my computer desk but I had to go back to my straight 6-way extension. Voted hot despite this.
Is a tower one an option for you? I bought a couple of ten way surge protected tower ones from CPC a while back, the sockets are angled with five on each side of the tower, so virtually any mains plug will go into them fine without restricting other sockets. Only issue I have with my tower ones is not individually switched, but you can get versions that are they just weren't cheap at the time I bought.

I'm tempted to buy this. It's a lot of dosh £33 seems mental, but quality engineering, well designed for avoiding a jungle of cables very highly rated by owners.

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/71WtAFMVsDL._SL1500_.jpg
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10 Way Tower Extension Lead, Surge Protected, 2m. £7.50 Delivered @ CPC

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Seems quite a good price.. - Ideal for indoor power - 10x 13A sockets - 2m lead - Surge protected - Conforms to BS1363/A and BS5733/A Read More
Seems quite a good price.. - Ideal for indoor power - 10x 13A sockets - 2m lead - Surge protected - Conforms to BS1363/A and BS5733/A
jimbo23 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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Do you guys know a good model (not too expensive) with maybe 2 or 4 USB sockets as well?
michaeljb
good price considering it includes delivery, shame cpc aren't on top cash back, could of brought it down to a fiver with their 2.50 special this weekend

Could HAVE.
Maplin have had these "reduced" to £10, so I'm voting hot. Reputable supplier, too.

Edited By: cowbutt on Apr 30, 2017 10:30
sam_of_london
Only £ 5 in B& M

None in my local.
Only £ 5 in B& M
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PRO ELEC 4 Gang Extension Lead, White 2m £6.80 for three, free delivery (£2.27 each, £3 delivery, free delivery if spending £6 or more) @ CPC

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Not a lot to say really. It's a 2m 4-gang extension lead. £3 delivery charge if you buy one or two, but free delivery if you buy three or spend £6 in total. No. of Outlets: 4 Outlet Type: UK C… Read More
Not a lot to say really. It's a 2m 4-gang extension lead. £3 delivery charge if you buy one or two, but free delivery if you buy three or spend £6 in total. No. of Outlets: 4 Outlet Type: UK C…
Newbold Avatar2m, 3d agoFound 2 months, 3 days ago6 Comments
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chimp14uk
I just had 2x 6 gang in black delivered for £6.
Super duper deal.

I had to read that very carefully, thanks internet.
Good for taking on holiday, plug into adapter , so that one easy to get to plug becomes more useful.
heat from me had plenty from cpc highly recommended (_;)
Nice find op
.but hurry, only 20,974 in stock as I type
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Gerber Splice Multi-Tool £15.94 Delivered at CPC

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Saw this in the CPC offers book through the post website still says £17.48 but if you call you will get this price (03447880088) Free delivery over £5 spend so £15.94 all in Cheapest I could fin… Read More
Saw this in the CPC offers book through the post website still says £17.48 but if you call you will get this price (03447880088) Free delivery over £5 spend so £15.94 all in Cheapest I could fin…
john_adamson999 Avatar2m, 3d agoFound 2 months, 3 days ago3 Comments
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If this is the same Splice I have it is very small and £16 is a lot of money for it. I think I got the Splice and the Vice in a blister pack for £10 combined some years ago.
Gerber used to be good but was bought by fisker a few years back and the production was mostly moved to china so the blades and steel used are nowhere near what they used to be, decent enough for the price but if you want to pay more and have a tool that lasts, buy a leatherman
Good price but mixed / poor reviews in most places.
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SAMSUNG UBD-K8500 Smart 4K Ultra-HD HDR Blu-ray Player inc. basic delivery £198.00 @ CPC

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A bargain for the people looking for a standalone player but I would personally go for an XBOX Should include 3x4k movies but better to ask to make sure Read More
A bargain for the people looking for a standalone player but I would personally go for an XBOX Should include 3x4k movies but better to ask to make sure
bobo53 Avatar2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago12 Comments
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Good thing about the decent BD Player is that there is no jumbo jet taking off in the background when watching a movie without earphones. If you also wanna play games buy a more powerful console! ;k
miaomiaobaubau
I would also buy the xbox but could someone explain why this machine is not good? I am mostly interested in the picture and not on the sound side, does the xbox display any better picture than this?
thanks
It's not, 'not good' as such, but the xbox is *at least* as good a player in itself, costs the same (if not less if you look around...), and reviews indicate it has better picture quality and far extended functionality (did you know it even plays games???). It also has, and continues to receive updates that improves its functionality, ie the recent addition of audio passthrough etc...
I would also buy the xbox but could someone explain why this machine is not good? I am mostly interested in the picture and not on the sound side, does the xbox display any better picture than this?
thanks
blugardian
Lmao Buy an XBOX!
If i want underwhelming tech i'll buy a DVD player!

Despite this 'underwhelming tech' performing better in one of it's secondary functions that this product in it's primary function?
Lmao Buy an XBOX!
If i want underwhelming tech i'll buy a DVD player!

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tplink smart wifi plug £27.54 @ CPC

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cheapest so far great item if you already have amazon alexa or Google home Read More
cheapest so far great item if you already have amazon alexa or Google home
Gneiting Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago5 Comments
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Ghoma is £19.99 from B & Q
These are good. Got mine for £16.49 a while back from Argos. But only had the one in stock. Would like more.
£22.49 on Amazon or £24.99 with energy monitoring.
Hi Gneiting, I've updated the price to include VAT.
I paid £16:49 a while back and currently £25 elsewhere
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10 Way Tower Extension Lead S10WTTB, Surge Protected, 2m, White - £6.90 @ CPC

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10 Gang extension lead, surge protected for £6.90 delivered. Read More
10 Gang extension lead, surge protected for £6.90 delivered.
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only problem with this company is they send you a bunch of junk mail. literally every 2-3 days we get a brochure. gf went on the site 1 time to buy 1 item for christmas and we get spammed with **** leaflets and stuff
Yes found the same. Also of interest is that they quite frequently have the same product with a different code and price in there catalogues, to the ones that come up online in a standard site search. Also very irritating for an obvious retail site is that there quoted catalogue prices EXCLUDE VAT.
EG type in their site PL1050202 (Catalogue code) - you should get a pro electric 10 gang extension tower at £ 5.50 ex VAT,- now type PL10502 (just the one set of 02 shorter number) or search on site '10 gang extension tower'- What do you get?
I get the same thing ( A pro electric 2810) but at two different prices: one costs £5.50 + VAT the other £12.78 + VAT
That said occasional good bargains to be had , ordered two of these had one other one before (as not fallen over yet). So thanks ebbz139.
I just emailed them and asked them to stop sending the brochures. They responded and did so without any fuss.
Bewilders
Does anyone know whether this detaches from the base?
yes it does the base is just a plastic holder and sit quite well and just slides in and out of stand with out any force .


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Our website is Under Scheduled Maintenance :(

Heat though

Edited By: mrew42 on Apr 11, 2017 15:36
just ordered thanks op
Does anyone know whether this detaches from the base?
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BG ELECTRICAL WP22-01 13A 2 Way Outdoor Mains Socket £10.56 for 1 £26.64 for 3 @ CPC

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ive got a couple of these and they are very good!
Thanks op, heat added
These are fantastic. The waterproofing at the very bottom of the socket where the cables come out is very tight and it makes it hard to push the bottom of the plug in properly where there's a thick cable, but you can safely leave things plugged in when it's sealed. Heat added.
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2x 10W Slim LED Floodlight, White, 6000k CPC delivered - £11.52

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Cheap for a LED floodlight. £5.76 each. You don't have to buy 2 but the threshold for free delivery is £5 ex vat so 21p more spend needed. You could just add a for 35p Read More
Cheap for a LED floodlight. £5.76 each. You don't have to buy 2 but the threshold for free delivery is £5 ex vat so 21p more spend needed. You could just add a for 35p
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Would this be suitable for lighting inside a garage

I would say yes, ordered for my garage!
Grumpy1
damadgeruk
tomcruz
4.99 in home bargains
Different light and unlikely to have 2 year warranty(which you may well need).
The one I bought from home bargains for £4.99 a couple of weeks ago is this model "VT-4911" & has manufacturer 2 year warranty. They also had black ones probably only whats left in stores as no longer available on line.
Apologies, I stand corrected. :)
damadgeruk
tomcruz
4.99 in home bargains
Different light and unlikely to have 2 year warranty(which you may well need).
The one I bought from home bargains for £4.99 a couple of weeks ago is this model "VT-4911" & has manufacturer 2 year warranty. They also had black ones probably only whats left in stores as no longer available on line.
Would this be suitable for lighting inside a garage
damadgeruk
simonspeakeasy
damadgeruk
tomcruz
4.99 in home bargains
Different light and unlikely to have 2 year warranty(which you may well need).
2 year warranty? Is this a CPC thing or . . .?
Product info from post #1, though I can confirm it is also noted on the box of the 20 and 50 Watt versions I received from CPC last week.
Well spotted - thank you