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Updated: February 06, 2016

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HOOVER Wizard DWTL68AIW3 Washing Machine £299.00 after redemption @ Currys

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Right, bear with me. Firstly, this looks like a great machine: Capacity: 8 kg Spin speed: 1600 rpm Quick wash time: 14 minutes Energy rating: A+++ Five-year manufacturer’s guarantee Wi-Fi enabled for…
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KENWOOD K20MSS15 Solo Microwave - Stainless Steel @ Currys (£59.99 Save £50.00)

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Product features Maximum microwave power: 800 W Capacity: 20 litres 8 auto programs Turntable diameter: 255 mm
RajUK AvatarRajUK5h, 43m agoFound 5 hours, 43 minutes ago1 Comment
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snatch_master
My Kenwood microwave burst into flames and Kenwood/Currys just tried to point me at each other, even though it looks like Currys own them, they 100% were not interested.
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APPLE iPhone 6 - 128 GB, Silver £499.97 Currys

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PRICE WAS £649 NOW £499.97
UMRG AvatarUMRG9h, 19m agoFound 9 hours, 19 minutes ago49 Comments
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Picard123
People on here don't have a clue. How can this be hot? £500 for a 128gb 6S would be a good price, but the 6??

"The iPhone 6S is built of a completely different, tougher material than the iPhone 6. Meanwhile its screen, while identical to look at, contains a new input system that will have a pronounced influence on phone design over the coming years.

3D Touch is a great new feature that's easy and fun to use, and which speeds up pretty much every basic smartphone activity.

Talking of speed, it's almost alarming how snappy the iPhone 6S feels. The iPhone 6 was no slouch, but the doubling up of RAM, significantly faster processor, and markedly improved Touch ID system makes its successor feel tangibly faster.

The iPhone 6S is flat out better than the iPhone 6 in several ways that matter, with only a slightly tubbier construction going against it. If you're in the market for a new iPhone, it really is worth the extra money if you can afford it."



Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/iphone-6s-vs-iphone-6#e5pzorOUUElOQEG1.99
Typey1
jimbo001
Typey1
Typey1
jimbo001
Can get these alot cheaper on Gumtree with warranty if you trust the site.
I bought a couple 6S's 64gb 380 brand new in December.
Where from? My daughter wants a 6s
Sorry, gum tree, never used it though
I can PM you the number of the guy I bought em off.
Where are you from?
South Wales
ATCQ
brooky_agn
Personally I love my iPhone because I love iOS. Android is horrible compared IMO. An old iPhone will probably run iOS faster than a higher horsepower generic phone running android. When you buy an iPhone you don't have to worry about phone spec even if it's dated compared to these garbage Chinese brands.


​Who compared iphones with garbage chinese brands? Android phones are made by some of the top mobile companies in the world who are as innovative as Apple (imo). Android runs fine for me, I own a smart ultra 6 (a Vodafone phone!!! Which isn't even top of the range!)

As a genuine question as I don't use iOS myself, what can you do on it for running a business that you couldn't do on a high spec Android?
isaac132
Very hot deal! Best value phone on the market by far!
Chouman
zoopakev
hopefully you iphone 6 users (i've a galaxy note and couldnt be happier, used to have an iphone but outgrew its limitations) arn't like my mate Dave. He's a nice guy but is really arrogant when it comes to his iphone 6. He thinks all people who don't have iphones are chavs etc. When he noticed the recent apple debacle about error 53 (see below link if you've not heard about it) his very words were ... why would you take your phone anywhere else but apple (paying up to 250 quid) anyway to fix the screen or home button. People using a third party are either chavs (he likes that one) or theives that have stolen the phone in the first place. When I pointed out that apple don't even bother pointing out that you'll brick your phone when you update the o/s his reaction was ... 'Well so what' .... I pray for the day he breaks his screen so I can see his little face .... I'm not an apple hater, I'm really not ... but I do think they're losing their way a bit .... and I bet the 200,000 or so bricked iphone 6 users arn't as enamoured as they used to be ....http://www.theguardian.com/business/2016/feb/08/apple-under-pressure-lawyers-error-53-codes

I was pleasantly surprised this week that it cost £106.44 to replace the screen on my daughter's iPhone 6S direct with Apple in one of their stores in around an hour. Less than a year ago I sold a Samsung S5 belonging to my son because of a smashed screen that was going to cost significantly more. I didn't make an exhaustive search but I know that Currys/PC World wanted £216.44 for the same repair to the iPhone. Not too unreasonable to go back to source and maintain the warranty I think.
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logiech G29 steering wheel for PS4 / PS3 and PC £159.99 @ Curry's online and instore

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I had been looking for a steering wheel since getting the season pass for Driveclub. budget didn't stretch to a T300RS which was 250 but thought this was the neXT best option. had been on offer at 1…
whitty_2k Avatarwhitty_2k1d, 9h agoFound 1 day, 9 hours ago13 Comments
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Chippee85
I was really annoyed last month when I came in here to look for a g29 wheel deal only to find this deal was also cold back then too. It's by far the cheapest and I hate that it gets slated on Amazon purely based on the fact that the previous model won't work with ps4. I mean that's not this wheel fault that's Logitechs fault. Anyway get this wheel if you have project cars because now I'm happy I bought that game as its an incredible experience with a wheel and a playseat challenge seat.
Westwoodo
£299.99 now......wooooo
rumblytripod
whitty_2k
ok so it's been posted once before 4 weeks ago. not the 'multiple' times people have mentioned.


​in one guise or another its been posted 10 times in the last 10 weeks, granted it's dropped in price a few times, at this rate it should be sub £100 in another 10 weeks.
xenononon
I have the xbox one version cracking steering wheel
whitty_2k
ok so it's been posted once before 4 weeks ago. not the 'multiple' times people have mentioned.
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SANDISK 16 GB Ultra Fit USB 3.0 Memory Stick - Silver, £6.99 @ Currys

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Technical specifications for SANDISK 16 GB Ultra Fit USB 3.0 Memory Stick - Silver OVERVIEW USB USB 3.0 Capacity 16 GB Design Capped Colour Silver FEATURES Password protection Yes Read /
Supersaverg AvatarSupersaverg1d, 15h agoFound 1 day, 15 hours ago5 Comments
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CartoonHead78
or £6.24 if you trust Deal Extreme!

The OP Posted for only 16GB?, whereas what your referring to is for 32GB here:

Sandisk Ultra Fit 3.0 32GB £6.24 @ DealExtreme

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sandisk-ultra-fit-3-0-32gb-6-24-dealextreme-2393014

Either way, about 10 minutes after you made reference to that, someone up came & stole your thunder regardless ..... lol.
CartoonHead78
or £6.24 if you trust Deal Extreme!
CartoonHead78
the 32GB version is only £8.01p elsewhere!!

Edited By: CartoonHead78 on Feb 10, 2016 16:25
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Delonghi Multifry fryer FH1163 reduced £60 £119.99 @ Currys

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Delonghi Multifry fryer FH1163 reduced £60 at Currys now £199.99 and free delivery.
marco44 Avatarmarco441d, 18h agoFound 1 day, 18 hours agoAdd Comment
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Tritton Kunai Headset Blue £14.97 Currys/Amazon

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Supposedly £25 off at Currys. Same price at Amazon.
superpanda Avatarsuperpanda2d, 3h agoFound 2 days, 3 hours ago7 Comments
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hasj2
ohh these are not the ones for gaming :( got excited for a second.
jamminshots
brindleyjosh321
showing at 39.99 for me


​Have a look at "other sellers"
kblue_eyed_girl
What device do they work on ?
brindleyjosh321
showing at 39.99 for me
akash402
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BT Powerline 500 wifi multi kit £39.99 @ Currys

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I know the BT powerline 500 kit has been posted as being on sale in Currys PC World (in-store only) at the moment, but I just picked up the much more useful powerline and wifi 3 location multi kit in
bovman Avatarbovman2d, 5h agoFound 2 days, 5 hours ago40 Comments
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M1ckj1m
Sogaaddict
pennyfarthing88
Gordon Bell
pennyfarthing88
Baffles me why people buy these - providing you don't live in a castle and you have good broadband and a good router' you shouldn't need these in the first place!
I'll bet theirs loads who've bought similar whilst using their crappy ISP router!
Just saying :)
Obviously never tried to use Wi-Fi in a farmhouse. The walls kill Wi-Fi signals dead - no matter what router you have. It simple, the signal can't penetrate the walls.
In addition, although there are 13 channels in Wi-Fi, only 3 are actually unique. All others have overlap, and as mentioned - the frequencies are flooded (especially with Wireless N using 2 channels). This results in slower speeds. These do not suffer this problem.
You better buy these then Gordon - there for you! Honestly :)
Here comes the grammar spelling nazi: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/arts/exercises/grammar/grammar_tutorial/page_14.htm


Lmao
theTrueFocus11
pennyfarthing88
Could my new Sky router be the problem I'm facing?
I live in a house with poor reception upstairs.
(Not sure if we have thick floors but the wifi seems to be awful in some areas
but ok in others upstairs....can't work out what's causing it.)

Mobile to wifi connection is the worst affected.
Maybe it's device specific?
I should probably test a computer near the same area
to check if it's the device or something in the area causing the problem.:p
broadband
There seems to be a lot of confusion in this thread about wifi extenders

Just to clarify, these are powerline wifi extenders, meaning that the connection from the router to the powerline adaptor is over the homes electrical wiring not over wifi, as such the wifi speed of the router is irrelevant, the only thing that matters is the electrical wiring, which is unpredictable at best, for most people, and ethernet speed from the router, which is unlikely to be a factor unless you have ultra fast fibre to the home, as opposed to the far more common fibre to the cabinet that most people have with speeds around 38mbps.

Using something like this would be akin to using an ethernet connection to a second router and using the wifi from the second router to boost the signal by creating a second wifi hotspot

The only time when the wifi speed of the router would be a factor would be if you were running a setup with a wifi extender that connected to the router by wifi. these exist and are pretty much only useful if powerline won't work in your home. If you were using one of these then yes, the wifi speed of the router would have a massive impact on performance, but that won't be a factor with a powerline extender.

That said, this is a site for saving money. So quick tip, I work in broadband tech support for an ISP, half my job is dealing with wifi issues. I almost never recommend wifi boosters that use wifi, and only recommend powerline adaptors as a last resort for most people, because I'm a cheapskate and wouldn't like being told I had to spend more money.

The best solution (if ethernet isn't an option of course) is to first try changing the wireless channel on your router. It might not work but I can say that by doing that or moving the router I can solve most wifi problems for customers in under 10 minutes. In fairness though, most of the problems people have are speed related and channels are always the way to go with that, for range issues changing channels can and often does improve range but with thick walls etc it doesn't always work.

These devices are handy, and they certainly have their place, but I wouldn't recommend people pay for them unless they try sorting the issue first, even if it doesn't solve the issue completely it will probably get you a slightly faster broadband speed.

As for the guy suggesting replacing the router, be wary of that advice. Yes it can help, and many ISPs routers are garbage, but bare in mind that some ISPs require you use their routers, you can often find ways around that, and often it's not too difficult, but you do run the risk of ending up with a paperweight if they decide to block it. Also the people above saying that there's a good chance it won't fix the problem are correct. It might, it might not, same as changing the channels or moving the router or using one of these. I'd recommend starting with the free options (changing channels etc) then moving on to a powerline if that didn't solve the problem, as the powerline probably will, if your electrical wiring supports it. If not then either a better router or using a second router as a wireless access point would be the next choice. If neither of these were possible then the wireless range extenders that connect by wifi would be my weapon of last resort.
Sogaaddict
Gordon Bell
Sogaaddict
Gordon Bell
Sogaaddict
apacheuk
Can anyone recommend a good router that's not too expensive to replace my Plusnet one then?
I've got hold of a BT Homehub3 and now I have a 5, happy with them.
BT Homehubs are usually locked to BT. Not sure they work with Plusnet (which BT now own, but continues as a separate business).
The only exception is the Homehub 4R - the R indicated it was an unlocked retail version.
No, they work just fine, both the 3 and 5. I am on Plusnet, was ADSL now fibre (FTTC).
Thanks - good to know someone has tried with Plusnet.
Found this article - They work with Plusnet (which is ApacheUK provider)and BT.
Unfortunately, other ISPs can only use them as access points. http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/networks/8046/how-to-use-the-bt-home-hub-5-with-another-isp
That's the link, yes.
Gordon Bell
Sogaaddict
Gordon Bell
Sogaaddict
apacheuk
Can anyone recommend a good router that's not too expensive to replace my Plusnet one then?
I've got hold of a BT Homehub3 and now I have a 5, happy with them.
BT Homehubs are usually locked to BT. Not sure they work with Plusnet (which BT now own, but continues as a separate business).
The only exception is the Homehub 4R - the R indicated it was an unlocked retail version.
No, they work just fine, both the 3 and 5. I am on Plusnet, was ADSL now fibre (FTTC).
Thanks - good to know someone has tried with Plusnet.

Found this article - They work with Plusnet (which is ApacheUK provider)and BT.
Unfortunately, other ISPs can only use them as access points.
http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/networks/8046/how-to-use-the-bt-home-hub-5-with-another-isp

Edited By: Gordon Bell on Feb 10, 2016 16:54: x
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1st Gen Chromecast £19.97 at currys instore

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1st Gen Chromecast £19.97 at currys, tons of stock available in store.
mobiletech Avatarmobiletech2d, 17h agoFound 2 days, 17 hours ago5 Comments
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onamission100
Waste of money, good for nothing.
mobiletech
nutz30
Web site appears to be under construction so I'm struggling to see if any are in store in the Preston Lancs area.


​Preston PC World have 18 and Preston currys have 7
xCxS
I got my second Gen one for £22.00... COLD.
nutz30
Web site appears to be under construction so I'm struggling to see if any are in store in the Preston Lancs area.
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TP-Link C7 AC1750 In Store £49.97 @ Currys/PCWorld Wyvern Derby

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Found this in store at Currys/PCWorld Wyvern Derby clearance. 3 left in stock. Not available online.
RustyR AvatarRustyR3d, 12h agoFound 3 days, 12 hours ago12 Comments
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Jetpac
bobo53
Jetpac
bobo53
can someone help?? so, by bridging 2 of them and because of the AC stuff, will I get higher in-out transfer compared to my existing non AC 5ghz bridged routers ??
In theory yes.
thank you, forgot to ask, does it use same 5ghz external antennas??

Dont know off the top of my head, but i do remember there are 6 total (3 int 3 ext), the external antenna are large.
bobo53
Jetpac
bobo53
can someone help?? so, by bridging 2 of them and because of the AC stuff, will I get higher in-out transfer compared to my existing non AC 5ghz bridged routers ??
In theory yes.
thank you, forgot to ask, does it use same 5ghz external antennas??
Jetpac
bobo53
can someone help?? so, by bridging 2 of them and because of the AC stuff, will I get higher in-out transfer compared to my existing non AC 5ghz bridged routers ??

In theory yes.
bobo53
can someone help?? so, by bridging 2 of them and because of the AC stuff, will I get higher in-out transfer compared to my existing non AC 5ghz bridged routers ??
Jetpac
Chrisblood
Or pay £25 upgrade fee from virgin media and get the hub2ac much faster less hassle setting up. Obviously if you on virgin this is.


​There is no hassle to setting it up.
You logo onto the virgin router and turn it into modem mode...then plug in the new router and spend 1 minute running through the setup. I was up and running in less than 10 mins.
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MOTOROLA Moto 360 Smartwatch £99.95 delivered @ Currys/PcWorld

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Enjoy the timeless form of a classic wristwatch with added smart functionality with the Motorola Moto 360 Smartwatch. Subtle and understated, the Moto 360 gives you the best of both worlds, with trad…
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oos
stu83
hasn't this been out of stock for weeks now?
GauravBh
OOS
Pspvita
no stock lol
ssc1
stone3t
First generation.
no sweat!
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Sesame Street Preschool Pack for pc £3.97 @ curry's delivered

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Just spotted this in curry's clearance section,i thought it might be good for people who have children between 2 and 5 years old as it states below: Here's another fun way to get your toddlers to lea…
WIZARDZSYS AvatarWIZARDZSYS4d, 2h agoFound 4 days, 2 hours ago6 Comments
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gifted2002uk
WIZARDZSYS
Not entirely sure if it will,quite often you can run the installer the .exe right click it and choose properties and then compatability in the compatability for drop down choose windows xp sp2.This helps with older software to force it sometimes,also once installed do the same with the desktop icon created by the installer .exe,the installer .exe (setup.exe) is usually found once you open the dvd or cd in the drive to view the contents of the disc.You'd be taking the chance of incompatability
Thank i am going try that
WIZARDZSYS
Cheechako
Ordered. Thank you for the post
Your welcome
Cheechako
Ordered. Thank you for the post
WIZARDZSYS
Not entirely sure if it will,quite often you can run the installer the .exe right click it and choose properties and then compatability in the compatability for drop down choose windows xp sp2.This helps with older software to force it sometimes,also once installed do the same with the desktop icon created by the installer .exe,the installer .exe (setup.exe) is usually found once you open the dvd or cd in the drive to view the contents of the disc.You'd be taking the chance of incompatability


Edited By: WIZARDZSYS on Feb 08, 2016 10:33
gifted2002uk
Voted hot though i need something like this for my daughter...:)
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Closing Down Clearance In Store Only @ Currys/PCWorld Derby Wyvern

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Currys/PCWorld at Derby Wyvern retail park is closing down and pretty much everything is on sale/clearance! Both in stock items and display models! The offers are not on the web. TV's, Fridges, Washi…
RustyR AvatarRustyR4d, 11h agoFound 4 days, 11 hours ago6 Comments
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toddabunny
There's no real discount as everything will be moved to Kingsway
dalecool92
RustyR
dalecool92
Thanks for letting us know the web address and the nearest next store. :{
The clearance is not on the web. In store only!


​Just going by the photo. Champ!
RustyR
dalecool92
Thanks for letting us know the web address and the nearest next store. :{
The clearance is not on the web. In store only!
RustyR
joanne570
whats an example of prices of things tho how much are things reduced by..this doesnt really tell people anything other than its closing
Starts at 99p up to the most expensive item there is. Literally everything is on sale I was in a rush and couldnt look at everything. Bought a Sony 40W705c TV for £299.
dalecool92
Thanks for letting us know the web address and the nearest next store. :{
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Mio Mivue 518 GPS Dashcam Was £89.00 NOW £64.00 @ Currys/PC World

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This Mio MiVue 518 Dashboard Camera includes GPS for video position logging and a microSD card slot to record your driving trips in HD – the ideal way to protect your no claim bonus. Get yourself an
andynicol Avatarandynicol5d, 8h agoFound 5 days, 8 hours ago110 Comments
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andynicol
I acknowledged your opinion, and as I said earlier, I still respect it.

I don't agree with it, reasons are what I've pointed out.
I don't speed, so would rather have the GPS data logged, you don't speed either, well apart from hills, and don't want GPS data, so we agree to disagree.
haritori
andynicol
haritori
Pluun
haritori
Pluun
haritori
andynicol
haritori
andynicol
Been looking at various brand of dash cams and have narrowed it down to the 518 and the Transcend Drive Pro 200, the GPS data logging of the 518 has edged it for me.
Not many (if any?) cams have the same features at this price point.
you do not want evidence that you were speeding lol..
Indeed.
Don't speed then?
point I am making is,
we all go 1 or 2 MPH over the speed limit, esp on downhill etc, if an accident was to happen at that point, regardless of fault the insurance company would hold you accountable for being 1-2MPH over the limit. I am not talking about doing 10-20 MPH over the limit here..
Get a dashcam without GPS is my advice, upto the OP if he wants to take it.
If you can only stay below the speed limit on the flat, maybe I need one for the rear of my car too? oO
OK you're all amazing drivers who have never gone over the speed limit..
Not really but I don't do it often enough to have to take steps to make sure my car doesn't shop me for it.:|
Neither do I, but i didn't realise you could pick and choose when you get into an accident?
Can't pick and choose, but you can reduce the risk by sticking to the speed limit, something you obviously have trouble with.
I 'get' the 1 or 2 mph over the limit on declines etc, BUT there is no excuse really, unless of course your brakes are defective?
Brake, or take the foot off the accelerator earlier, I find one of these, or even a combination of both works fine for me.

I only offered some advice based on myself having one, couldn't care less if you take it to be honest, but nice to see how you treat those that offer it..

I can drive perfectly fine and legal thank you, I think it was pretty obvious what I was getting at.
andynicol
nimbus58
Is this deal finished? 89 quid on linked site?

Back up to £89 as you say unfortunately.
andynicol
haritori
Pluun
haritori
Pluun
haritori
andynicol
haritori
andynicol
Been looking at various brand of dash cams and have narrowed it down to the 518 and the Transcend Drive Pro 200, the GPS data logging of the 518 has edged it for me.
Not many (if any?) cams have the same features at this price point.
you do not want evidence that you were speeding lol..
Indeed.
Don't speed then?
point I am making is,
we all go 1 or 2 MPH over the speed limit, esp on downhill etc, if an accident was to happen at that point, regardless of fault the insurance company would hold you accountable for being 1-2MPH over the limit. I am not talking about doing 10-20 MPH over the limit here..
Get a dashcam without GPS is my advice, upto the OP if he wants to take it.
If you can only stay below the speed limit on the flat, maybe I need one for the rear of my car too? oO
OK you're all amazing drivers who have never gone over the speed limit..
Not really but I don't do it often enough to have to take steps to make sure my car doesn't shop me for it.:|
Neither do I, but i didn't realise you could pick and choose when you get into an accident?

Can't pick and choose, but you can reduce the risk by sticking to the speed limit, something you obviously have trouble with.

I 'get' the 1 or 2 mph over the limit on declines etc, BUT there is no excuse really, unless of course your brakes are defective?
Brake, or take the foot off the accelerator earlier, I find one of these, or even a combination of both works fine for me.
greazedlightning
I ordered the 538 for £69. Not in stock at the moment, hopefully they will get some in and honour the price.
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Nest thermostat 2nd Gen £144.99 @ Currys

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must be second gen but still pretty decent.
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jouster
bettz1
jouster
Glad I sold mine for £110 this week then.
Upgrading from a 2 to a 3 was easy. Not sure I'd attempt a fresh install myself thought.
Rather than pay to install an older model. You could buy the new one from NEST for £249 I think including installation. Giving hot water control and a better screen
How easy was the upgrade as I'm tempted. Do you just wire in the Hot water cables

The fact that I could do means it was simple....although my father in law was at hand who is a bit of electrical wiz..

ITs absically 2 extra wires...an extra common from the live to the hot water control. and then a wire from the call for heat connection to the boiler/hot water valve.

The only slight annoyance was that the mounting holes for the heat link was slightly different so now held in with just one screw but that one is rock solid.

Everything else fitted exactly where the old bits went...very happy indeed
ayaz51
It's easy if you use common sense. Basically follow the old wiring dependant on what you have. Wireless thermostat to receiver are the easiest. Then gradually gets a bit more complicated. If your not confident don't do it. If your an idiot don't do it. Everyone else as long as the power is switched off you can't really go wrong. Don't have touching wires should I say and you can't go wrong. Then again...
bettz1
jouster
Glad I sold mine for £110 this week then.
Upgrading from a 2 to a 3 was easy. Not sure I'd attempt a fresh install myself thought.
Rather than pay to install an older model. You could buy the new one from NEST for £249 I think including installation. Giving hot water control and a better screen

How easy was the upgrade as I'm tempted. Do you just wire in the Hot water cables
mobiletech
in fact....£133.99 at amazon
mobiletech
Npower is £129 plus an extra £70 if you want it fitted (not £99) This has actually been £144.97 from currys since xmas eve (posted on here before) which is a decent price but they've just stopped offering installation on the 2nd gen and there is still plenty of stock so I have a feeling it may drop even further. also Amazon is same price on 2nd gen if they have any left.
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Had an email from currys/PC World are offering upto £200 trade in off your old ipad

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Apple hates don't vote cold. From 28th January 2016 until 9th March 2016, we are offering up to £200 off a new iPad, when you trade in any iPad.
happyfeet0 Avatarhappyfeet05d, 16h agoFound 5 days, 16 hours ago39 Comments
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Common Sense
blugardian
Your obsessed with bricking m8, for bricks sake shut the brick up!

Typical poster who has not learned abuse gets him "nowhere" and if does not like what is posted, ignore it or don't read the post.
blugardian
Your obsessed with bricking m8, for bricks sake shut the brick up!

Common Sense
aabarcellos
Gosh seemed good for someone thanks
nublets2k
jough
nobby1963
Fine till you look at the amount they will offer .....up to £200 but peanuts for most models.
some of the old models prices are stupidly low but £116 on iPad 4 16gb does not seem too bad, I bet if I put mine for sale on here I would be haggled down to that or lower
Some guy on eBay just sold his for £161. I'll tell him to cancel it and take it to pc world instead... :p
Wait till he uses it for a while and the says.... not as described and ebay will give money back and charge the seller P&P and the seller fees. EBay is a big scam.
How to get things from ebay free? Easy open multiple accounts, buy things for a few pounds, file a not as described case and it is not worth sending back, so you keep it.
Ebuy is a buyer's paradise when paying with Paypal. Seller beware!
Hunkerdown
Terrible trade in prices.
CrispEditor
atrocious offering. see dixons are in full swing as the worst deal on the high street.
Dryosh
mobiletech
how does an iPad trade in deal turn into a beginners guide to commuting fraud on eBay?
By bus, rail or air?
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Canon A4 ream (500 sheets) 100gm paper £4.99, free delivery at Currys

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Thicker than the normal/standard 80gms (grams per meter square). Matt finish. CANON Red Label Superior A4 Paper - 500 Sheets Product code: 128417 (Estimated free delivery service is 5 days)
mser Avatarmser6d, 5h agoFound 6 days, 5 hours ago10 Comments
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MazingerZ
WHATS A REAM
huangxq2
It is nice paper.

But the price has always been £5, or £9 for 2 from Currys.

No deal though.


The HP 100gsm is better quality. It was £2.5 on amazon for 250 pages. I was using that one.

But then its price increased more than doubled.

So this Canon 100gsm is my choice of paper now, have been using it for more than a year.

Edited By: huangxq2 on Feb 06, 2016 19:37
davem
david1274
Niz
nice!, is it just me or does collect option only show carphone warehouse?
Yep me too, and only the CPW miles away, rather than the CPW or Curry's, PC world round the corner. Forget that!

Same for me but if you order it through PC World web site you get Currys PC World addresses.
BigYoSpeck
davem
How many reams per box do these normally ship in 4 or 5?
I want to order a box as this should help with the packaging.

Most 100gsm are 5 reams to a box
david1274
Niz
nice!, is it just me or does collect option only show carphone warehouse?

Yep me too, and only the CPW miles away, rather than the CPW or Curry's, PC world round the corner. Forget that!
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INDESIT Innex XWA91683X Washing Machine, £249.99 @ Currys

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Seems like a lot of washing machine for the money.... Product features Capacity: 9 kg Spin speed: 1600 rpm Quick wash time: 30 minutes Energy rating: A+++ One-year manufacturer’s warranty
baz84 Avatarbaz846d, 6h agoFound 6 days, 6 hours ago11 Comments
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qwerta369
£329 now.
cbrpaul
ours is 6 months out of warrenty and the drum bearings are now going, talk about a rumble in the jungle when on spin oO
onamission100
Rich44
I'd pay more & get a LONG warranty just paid £479 for the 1600rpm Samsung with a 6 year warranty.
By the time you extend this one to 5 years or so it'll cost WAAAAAY more than £479. There are way more better deals some of which aren't much more than this which includes much longer warranties.
John Lewis give 2 years standard on every washing machine

Which model did you get and how do you get 6 years warranty , I thought thry only did 5 years , thks
Melbury
Our current Indesit washing machine has been going strong for about 8 years without any problems.

When it needs replacing will definitely buy from JL to get the 2 year warranty though.
Rich44
I'd pay more & get a LONG warranty just paid £479 for the 1600rpm Samsung with a 6 year warranty.

By the time you extend this one to 5 years or so it'll cost WAAAAAY more than £479. There are way more better deals some of which aren't much more than this which includes much longer warranties.

John Lewis give 2 years standard on every washing machine
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Apple Watches - Upto £120 off - Now from £249.00 (Poss £230) @ Currys / PC World (John Lewis pricematch in 1st comment)

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Currys have drop their prices on Apple watches starting from £249 - Various Colours, other 42mm also dropped in price also (Upto £120 off) - I have no use from them as android but thought it was a goo…
goonertillidie Avatargoonertillidie1w, 17h agoFound 1 week, 17 hours ago165 Comments
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storminbalders
I have finally relented.
I have so wanted one since they were announced, but wasn't prepared to pay the price.
I got the last 38mm Milanese Loop Apple Watch for £439 from John Lewis Nottingham. A saving of £120.
I have to say it is absolutely stunning and works so well.
After 3 days with it, I am blown away with it's functionality. If I'd known what I know now i'd have got one 9 months ago at release (as I almost did at the time).
In particular I love all the fitness stuff, the heart beat sensor as well the camera function and notifications. I really have become more active now! And Siri now actually works..... well!
I honestly think that this is Apple's best product yet. I really do think they nailed it.
I highly recommend at this price.

This was a good read X)
stu16c
Oops didn't mean to type po :0
stu16c
thearbiter65
jordan210
Great price. Tempted but think I'm Gona wait for next gen.

Same here. I got the iPad 1 and regretted not waiting for the 2.


Po
iibdii
The best time was when we had to chose from
Nokia 3210 / 3310 / 8210
Motorola StarTac
Ericsson 318 with scanner
ollie87
iibdii
wee phone repair shop

I wouldn't be touching any phone that'd been wee'd on.
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Samsung WW80J6610CW 1600rpm spin washing machine @ Currys £479.00 save £70 (was £549) + Free delivery + (Poss Quidco/Topcashback around 2%)

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Our washing machine went bang yesterday afternoon so as it's 15 years old and i've repaired it 4 times thought time for a new one. Had a good hunt about and decide on an 8kg+ Samsung because of the 5…
Rich44 AvatarRich441w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago5 Comments
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Rich44
Seen plenty of people moaning about lower end miele machines too also didn't do so well in the which tests either but horses for courses I couldn't care less about longevity etc because it's got a 5 year warranty on parts & labour & separate 10 year warranty on the motor.

I don't see the problem myself it's under warranty under £100 per year for a washing machine is pretty good. Girlfriends mum had a Miele machine and she could never use it as it was permanently broken so she got fed up & binned it dunno how old it was but it wasn't a cheap one.

I wouldn't have bought this one if not for the warranty everyone else wants nigh on £100 per year to extend the warranty above 2 years. Also as I said it's cheaper than the 1400 spin model by £100

Anyway hope it's helped someone & if you're gonna hate then no skin off my nose at all.

Kids enjoyed the little musical tune it plays when programs finish lol.
spicerboy
Samsung machines are not good overrated should stick to tv's Miele all the way
Rich44
Is it not under warranty then? I see plenty of complaints about Bosch machines too recently especially on here. Anyway that's why the 5 year warranty, if it starts doing something wrong get it repaired. I wouldn't buy anything without a long warranty for exactly that reason, especially as the modern machines are harder and harder to repair etc

My parents bought a £500 Bosch it died 1 month outside warranty and Bosch and the retailer didn't want to know, if it were me i'd have fought them but they have foster kids so needed a machine quickly so bought another, their Bosch dishwasher died 2 months after that too lol, not lucky!

Edited By: Rich44 on Feb 02, 2016 17:05
SuperMariosDad
My Samsung washing machine was highly rated by which however I would gladly trade it for another bosch. Started out great with a nice quiet full speed spin but within a couple of years rattles and bangs around like crazy.
happychappy
Great find, love to know where the cold voters can find a cheaper 1600rpm spin speed Samsung washing machine!

Have some heat to warm up your icicles!