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it'll be a hot deal when it catches on fire.
If you have a Samsung washer, be sure to check if it's been recalled!
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Lenovo Ideapad 510 (i3-6100-u, 4GB DDR4, 1TB) + Bag and Wireless mouse £319.99 @ Currys

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Lenovo ideapad 510 Top features: - Full HD display makes films, photos, and websites look great - Intel® Core™ i3 processing gives you smooth, reliable everyday computing - Harman Audio fo…
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£229.99 Dyson V6 Total Clean @ Currys/PC World Instore - Wednesbury

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Dyson V6 Total Clean @ Currys/PC World Instore - Wednesbury Possibly free tool kit worth £60. Also £50 off £500 spend Instore
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Surely this is the cheapest it's been why cold ?
​ it's j9 opening weekend so there is plenty of offers in store
​What's J9? Googled it and all that comes up is accommodation?!
Junction 9 of the M6
brainbug100
JellybearXo
Surely this is the cheapest it's been why cold ?


​ it's j9 opening weekend so there is plenty of offers in store


​What's J9? Googled it and all that comes up is accommodation?!
JellybearXo
Surely this is the cheapest it's been why cold ?


​ it's j9 opening weekend so there is plenty of offers in store

Edited By: brainbug100 on Sep 30, 2016 18:55: spelling error
I can say that if it is the cheapest, but at this price level really what you get isn't good value, costs dyson less that £80 all in to make this and they are making ridiculous margins in this like all their vacuums.
Surely this is the cheapest it's been why cold ?
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Xbox One S 1TB @ Currys/PC World for £239.20 instore (Wednesbury)

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Xbox One S 1TB @ Currys/PC World Instore - Wednesbury junction 9 retail park Priced at £299 - 20% off at the till Yes the picture is the old xbox but I can comfirm it is the 1TB S - model Ch…
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The store has been refurbished so lots of reopening offers! ;)

Edited By: rofiquel on Oct 01, 2016 06:15: Edit
Yes that's why I mentioned the picture is incorrect in my listing and it is 1TB
Its 299 on currys website minus 20% = £239
JellybearXo
Because in store today they've got the discount banners on almost 70% of the items saying first 50 and they're stop selling all day long for start & secondly I spoke to the general manager & assistant not one but two

The image doesn't mention 1TB, it says first 50 customers and it shows the old Xbox.

I'm guessing an idiot made the poster.

Edit: Well the product codes match

Edited By: oUkTuRkEyIII on Sep 30, 2016 18:28
Because in store today they've got the discount banners on almost 70% of the items saying first 50 and they're still selling all day long & secondly I spoke to the general manager & assistant to confirm

Edited By: JellybearXo on Sep 30, 2016 18:25: Mispelling
Wednesbury. Is that a town that only exists on a Wednesday?

Edited By: FantasyDeals on Sep 30, 2016 18:17
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LG49UH850V - £749.00 @ Currys

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Good TV, 2016, WebOS 3, 4K, HDR, Passive 3D, Magic Remote. Lowest price until now.
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I bought this a few weeks ago at £849, I'm no expert on TVs but it does everything I want it to do, Netflix 4k looks amazing, played fifa 17 last night on my PS4 without any lag issues that I noticed
I bought it at the higher price 2 weeks ago its a great tv cant find any faults for the money
I see some really crap models at this price that are voted hot...or maybe size is what your after... :)
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MSI GeForce GTX 1060 Graphics Card 6 GB GDDR5 £279.99 @ Currys

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Seems like a good deal on this card with £15 off. Memory: 6 GB GDDR5 CUDA cores: 1280 Clock speed: 1594 MHz Memory bandwidth: 192-bit Interface: HDMI / DisplayPort / DVI
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200 may have voted cold and 38 voted hot as I get alerts to say some have voted hot

Edited By: capa on Sep 30, 2016 17:58
capa
How embarrassing

To be honest, I have no idea how many points you get per vote but it could well be that 138 MORE people (now 157) voted cold compared to hot. Maybe someone here knows.

Edited By: SpellingChampeon2015 on Sep 30, 2016 17:32
How embarrassing
capa
Does 138 mean 138 people think this is junk?
If so I'll just get my coat. ..

Yeah, get your coat....Winter is coming!

Edited By: SpellingChampeon2015 on Sep 30, 2016 16:43
Does 138 mean 138 people think this is junk?

If so I'll just get my coat. ..
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46L mini wine cooler (not fridge) - £59.99 (was £119.99) @ Currys

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I've been looking for a smart mini fridge for the office and most are over £100 before I came across this which has reasonable reviews. @Currys PC World - dbrazuk With a 5-20°C temperature ra…
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Sorry - now amended to Wine Cooler not fridge. We have a fridge which will House the milk this is purely for refreshments and looks good with the glass door so I'm happy does what we want it to do.
guys not to put this down..but i saw a mini fridge in aldi today (this size)...reduced from £60 ish to £38 its not a wine cooler...might be worth going to your local to see if its available...comes with 3yr warranty

Edited By: daalphamale on Sep 30, 2016 16:13
How can this be named a fridge? Total cr4p

Edited By: hatton420 on Sep 30, 2016 16:08
paulj48
paulandpam1
paulj48
slojo
This http://www.tesco.com/direct/russell-hobbs-table-top-larder-fridge-rhttlf1-white/590-9565.prd?skuId=590-9565 looks like it should do the job for those looking for an actual fridge.
and for comparison this is the same make/size but just a 'cooler' for £15 cheaper http://www.tesco.com/direct/russell-hobbs-table-top-cooler-rhclrf17-white/783-5359.prd?skuId=783-5359
The model in your link will be crap because it is a Peltier thermo electric cooler, basically the same as an electric coolbox.
why would it be crap, as long as it works within the manufacturers spec as a 'Cooler' and between its advertised 5 to 18 degrees then its as described, with your description of crap or not.
Have you ever used a Peltier cooler in a very warm or hot ambient temperature room ? I have and once the outside temperature goes over 23 degrees you'll realise they are crap at keeping things cool.
Anything that provides proper reliable cooling requires some form of gas or Ammonia circulating in the system and not just a small fan blowing on a heat exchanger which is how a Peltier cooler works.
The cooler in this deal will be far superior to any Peltier cooler because it has a compressor circulating the gas.



Edited By: paulandpam1 on Sep 30, 2016 16:00: .
paulj48
paulandpam1
paulj48
slojo
This http://www.tesco.com/direct/russell-hobbs-table-top-larder-fridge-rhttlf1-white/590-9565.prd?skuId=590-9565 looks like it should do the job for those looking for an actual fridge.
and for comparison this is the same make/size but just a 'cooler' for £15 cheaper http://www.tesco.com/direct/russell-hobbs-table-top-cooler-rhclrf17-white/783-5359.prd?skuId=783-5359
The model in your link will be crap because it is a Peltier thermo electric cooler, basically the same as an electric coolbox.
why would it be crap, as long as it works within the manufacturers spec as a 'Cooler' and between its advertised 5 to 18 degrees then its as described, with your description of crap or not.
Yes. Interesting definition of crap.
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SAMSUNG AddWash™ 9KG WW90K5410UX/EU Washing Machine - Graphite£549.99 @ Currys

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With 5 year guarantee, and 10 on the motor. I paid £649 a few months ago and am very pleased with it. :)
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My Samsung washing machine has just developed a fault at 5 years and 3 months of the 5-year guarantee. I had the "3E" error, which normally points to a fault with the motor. The direct drive motor has 10-year (parts only) warranty. Samsung service centre told me that if the motor was faulty then they would replace it, and I would have to pick up the £60 labour charge. If it was something else, then I would have to pick up labour and parts charge.

So I popped the back off the machine, and could see that the ground wire had broken off, and another cable had shorted. Re-wired it, and it is working perfectly again. Took an hour of my time.
sam_of_london
Roger_Irrelevant
sam_of_london
Only 9kg for 550quid. Does guarantee cover labour as well? ​


​Show me a decent make washer more than 9kg with a 5 year guarantee for less than 550 clams. (_;)


​I have 11-12 kg washer dryer, I bought few months ago, much cheaper than this. If you look around at Bank holiday sales, you can get one as well. But I only got 2yr parts and labour warranty. This one comes with 5 yrs but not sure if it includes labour as well. Lot of washing machines come with 10yr parts only warranty


​What make? Good luck if it's Hotpoint. X)

And like you say only 2 year warranty.

This one is 5 years peace of mind for £110/year.
In all seriousness though,
Just don't have a wash going at the same time as you're charging your Note 7....you'll have the whole street ablaze :|
It's 5 years parts and labour. You must register with Samsung to get the free 5 year parts and labour.
Good price but the addwash is just a gimmick (and its not new tbh) which adds £100 to the price. Being in the trade all these comments about exploding appliances is a joke they have not exploded media using wrong terminology as usual to grab a headline.

The Americans seriously HATE LG & Samsung they slate then in the courts big time because the products are actually better than US made machines. Lots of tit for tat court cases going on in the US.

You will get generally beyond the 2 years will be parts only some models will covered labour but it is model specific and definitely any 10 years will be "limited" parts only, the LG 20 year warranty is a joke its only on the motor and these are direct drive ones and they will last that long any way.

All ways read the small print with any warranty beyond 2 years for white goods.
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4k 49" Curved Samsung for £669.00 Saving £230 or 4k 43" Samsung for £539 saving you £140 @ Currys

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4k Ultra HD 49 Inch Curved TV - £669 Saving £230 4K Ultra HD 43 Inch TV - £539 Saving £140
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input lag?
Better off getting a gaming monitor if you don't want input lag, i've not got the TV it comes tomorrow but im going to stick with the monitor anyway
beaware that chroma 4-4-4 starts from the 6500 models. Well, at least on the older series but I must assume it is the same here. In regards to lag, you might find out the a proper 2160p monitor might be even slower that this tv. I got a rubbish but good and reliable hitachi 43" 4k tv(vestel) and even at 50ms slower( camera test) than by best monitor I can hardly tell the difference. I cannot at all in reality , maybe because my reaction times might be slow. The advantage with the tv is that you can also create smaller non scaled resolutions in within the screen

Edited By: bobo53 on Sep 29, 2016 14:10
shahidali47
input lag?
Better off getting a gaming monitor if you don't want input lag, i've not got the TV it comes tomorrow but im going to stick with the monitor anyway
input lag?
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Samsung smartthings (smart things) starter kit on sale from £199.99 reduced to £159.99 exclusively @ currys / pc world (works well with amazon echo)

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I'm getting this for my recently bought Amazon echo this is the first time currys do a sale on smartthings been waiting for it to drop
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Just use Yonomi which is a free app that works well with Echo ☺
problem with Yonomi is that it relies on your phone/tablet so if you leave the house with it then nothing works any more for anyone left behind. You really need to use an 'old' phone that stays in place, powered up, and connected the whole time so whoever is at home can use it. In fact, rather like a hub which yonomi say you dont need to use their app !!
Once you've set the app up you no longer need your phone as Yonomi is in the cloud so even works with the phone off.
I use it with Harmony to turn my activities on such as watch Amazon Fire TV or Watch Sky, so it turns everything on and sets the correct channels if I want it to.
Works fine for me ☺
ok - Ill have to try it again as that wasnt my experience yesterday. I have a harmony hub + sonos + echo also so Yonomi would be the obvious choice but only if it works for all without my phone having to be present (or even on). if it works as you say it should then smartthings is not even required (yet!)
Exactly, and that's £160 saved lol ☺

Does Yonomi work with Z-Wave and Zigbee technology like the Smartthings hub does?


​Yonomi is a software application so you still need a hub in situ to communicate with Zigbee / Zwave hardware.
i think there is a misunderstanding of what Smartthings does. yomomi will carry out actions based on triggers. Smartthings does a lot more than that. Smartthings can provide triggers to Yomomi as can.other bits of hardware. Yonomi cannot provide its own triggers - it doesn't monitor things like switches or sensors. To be honest I wasnt that impressed with Yomomi. I still prefer using Alexa and Smartthings.
at the bottom of the 'general Q&A' it says that it works only via a 'wink hub'
https://www.yonomi.co/support/
wonneil
bargainnicka
wonneil
bargainnicka
wonneil
Just use Yonomi which is a free app that works well with Echo ☺
problem with Yonomi is that it relies on your phone/tablet so if you leave the house with it then nothing works any more for anyone left behind. You really need to use an 'old' phone that stays in place, powered up, and connected the whole time so whoever is at home can use it. In fact, rather like a hub which yonomi say you dont need to use their app !!
Once you've set the app up you no longer need your phone as Yonomi is in the cloud so even works with the phone off.
I use it with Harmony to turn my activities on such as watch Amazon Fire TV or Watch Sky, so it turns everything on and sets the correct channels if I want it to.
Works fine for me ☺
ok - Ill have to try it again as that wasnt my experience yesterday. I have a harmony hub + sonos + echo also so Yonomi would be the obvious choice but only if it works for all without my phone having to be present (or even on). if it works as you say it should then smartthings is not even required (yet!)
Exactly, and that's £160 saved lol ☺

Does Yonomi work with Z-Wave and Zigbee technology like the Smartthings hub does?
bargainnicka
wonneil
bargainnicka
wonneil
Just use Yonomi which is a free app that works well with Echo ☺
problem with Yonomi is that it relies on your phone/tablet so if you leave the house with it then nothing works any more for anyone left behind. You really need to use an 'old' phone that stays in place, powered up, and connected the whole time so whoever is at home can use it. In fact, rather like a hub which yonomi say you dont need to use their app !!
Once you've set the app up you no longer need your phone as Yonomi is in the cloud so even works with the phone off.
I use it with Harmony to turn my activities on such as watch Amazon Fire TV or Watch Sky, so it turns everything on and sets the correct channels if I want it to.
Works fine for me ☺
ok - Ill have to try it again as that wasnt my experience yesterday. I have a harmony hub + sonos + echo also so Yonomi would be the obvious choice but only if it works for all without my phone having to be present (or even on). if it works as you say it should then smartthings is not even required (yet!)

Exactly, and that's £160 saved lol ☺

Edited By: wonneil on Sep 29, 2016 10:41
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Buy TP-LINK TL-PA4010KIT AV600 Powerline Adapter - Twin Pack | Free Delivery | £22.49 @ Currys

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P-LINK's AV500 Nano Powerline Adapter Starter Kit TL-PA4010KIT turns your existing powerline into a high speed network with no need for new wires or drilling. No configuration is required, simply plug…
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3guesses
Sainsbury's were doing the AV500 for £15, so not an amazing price. Would have considered if these were pass-through.

EDIT: Indeed, Curry's were doing these at £19.99 a month ago: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tp-link-tl-pa4010kit-av600-powerline-adapter-twin-pack-19-99-currys-pc-world-argos-2499233


They still are check Sainsbury's website. Picked up one in dalston
got this for £15 @ Sainsbury on Tuesday
Sainsbury's were doing the AV500 for £15, so not an amazing price. Would have considered if these were pass-through.

EDIT: Indeed, Curry's were doing these at £19.99 a month ago: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tp-link-tl-pa4010kit-av600-powerline-adapter-twin-pack-19-99-currys-pc-world-argos-2499233

Edited By: 3guesses on Sep 28, 2016 20:32
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Huawei 5773 4g mifi £9.99 Currys

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Looks good to me get a 4g mifi on one month contract and cancel straight away.
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xdaminis
Just stopped by Currys to see what the deal is.
£9.99 + £2.95 card check (refundable) + £15 for 2 months as you have to wait 15 days to cancel.
(The manager said someone tried to cancel the next day and was told, it can't happen)
They need address, bank details etc. so if you mess the deal up they have you by the b***s.
Didn't get to asking if 3 would want the unit back.
Hope this sheds some light on the subject
Honestly do not believe what any chimp in Curry's/PC World tells you.
If it's a 30 day contract then you have to give 30 days notice and you can give the notice on the day off connection.
The rest of the stuff about bank and card details is correct though.
Just stopped by Currys to see what the deal is.
£9.99 + £2.95 card check (refundable) + £15 for 2 months as you have to wait 15 days to cancel.
(The manager said someone tried to cancel the next day and was told, it can't happen)
They need address, bank details etc. so if you mess the deal up they have you by the b***s.
Didn't get to asking if 3 would want the unit back.

Hope this sheds some light on the subject
spannerzone
just remember most* dual sim phones can only do 3G/4G on one sim which forces the other sim to be in 2G mode only ( so rules out using 2 x Three network Sims.
Moto G 4th gen dual sim does 3g/4g on both sims at same time.
Yes that is correct but works fine for my needs.
I use a Talkmobile payg sim in slot 1 for my texts and voice minutes @ 10p per hour and that gets a signal everywhere on 2g and has much better coverage than 3g
Sim slot 2 has a '3' data sim in it for all my phone data and tethering needs running on 3g or 4g where available.
just remember most* dual sim phones can only do 3G/4G on one sim which forces the other sim to be in 2G mode only ( so rules out using 2 x Three network Sims.

Moto G 4th gen dual sim does 3g/4g on both sims at same time.
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The best option in my opinion is what I now do after selling my Mifi, buy a dual sim phone and use a data only pay as you go in the second sim slot, this can be used for tethering and also the phones data.
It saves carrying two devices around.
But that drains the battery much faster than dedicated device
It actually isn't that power intensive. The rate of battery drain is fairly similar to on a dedicated mifi - but the difference being that you don't need to worry about having two devices charged. Just get a battery pack for your phone, and charge it whilst it is doing its mifi thing. So much more convenient than carting around a phone and a mifi.
So cart about a battery pack instead. Yeah makes loads of sense. Far more convenient
You seem to be devoid of imagination....
A dual sim phone with a data sim built in means you never have to cart around a mifi. You have your data connection with you permanently....and can share it whenever you want. If you have a phone with a modern Snapdragon or similar chipset - or with a good sized battery, then your phone will outlast a mifi when working as a hotspot. But of course, it only takes a wall charger or a USB battery pack to keep your phone fully charged...
I guess you just want to justify buying a device that you'll rarely have with you. For the rest of us, a mobile hotspot via our phones makes far more sense.

I lack imagination yet you think everyone is suited with your usage. Hmm ok.
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LENOVO YOGA Tab 3 10" - 16 GB, Black ***£84.97*** at Currys instore only !!

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No stock near me... but possibly at other locations.
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avoid anything with 1GB of ram or less...
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Still showing stock in Currys featuring Carphone Warehouse Newry
Unit 2 Armagh Road Retail Park
Newry, BT35 6PR .
Not anymore.
Still showing stock in Currys featuring Carphone Warehouse Newry
Unit 2 Armagh Road Retail Park
Newry, BT35 6PR .
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Sadly, showing as not available at all the locations in the OP.
Not in My local currys
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HARMAN KARDON SoundSticks III 2.1 PC Speakers £109.99 @ Currys

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Excellent set of speakers. Excellent Price.
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Is it just me, or did anyone else notice the thumbnail literally spells out "LOL" ?
carlosramdango
Just had a quick look around and it seems that you can get these £10 cheaper from Harman Kardon directly.

http://www.harmankardon.co.uk/computer-speakers/SOUNDSTICKS+III.html?gclid=CjwKEAjwjqO_BRDribyJpc_mzHgSJABdnsFW6wQVu7mT2TAhZWr_8PPKEKykDjvS3H8sQFi9dnfbHhoC_EHw_wcB

I don't own these but am tempted because my trusty Accoustic Energy Aego 2, speakers are on their last legs after many years of use.


​SO tempting but I think I'm gonna give surround sound a go myself, to soil myself while playing DOOM :D
Just had a quick look around and it seems that you can get these £10 cheaper from Harman Kardon directly.

http://www.harmankardon.co.uk/computer-speakers/SOUNDSTICKS+III.html?gclid=CjwKEAjwjqO_BRDribyJpc_mzHgSJABdnsFW6wQVu7mT2TAhZWr_8PPKEKykDjvS3H8sQFi9dnfbHhoC_EHw_wcB

I don't own these but am tempted because my trusty Accoustic Energy Aego 2, speakers are on their last legs after many years of use.
any deals on time machines?
matedodgy
Maybe an acceptable price for the wireless ones, but if you jump in a time machine, these were had for £49 in a pre-Christmas sale a year or two ago.

Darn! I'm all out of plutonium.
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Cancer causing teflon and PTFE. Big negative

30 carcinogens in oregano (maybe 30+ by now?). Most of the carcinogens you eat come from natural sources. You should look at something like the HERP Index for risk.
Master G
I have one of these, i can't get the egg to cook on top before it goes crispy on the bottom. And, it's too small to flip the egg over. You could probably find a couple of good quality egg rings for this price.

I had this problem too, wasn't putting enough oil in the pan
sam_of_london
joepbailey
decent price. But not suitable for induction hobs! So heat... but not for my unfortunately :-( needed a small pan like this as well.

Tkmaxx is full of ceramic pans like this with steel base which can be used on induction cookers at around the same price. Tefal does not sell anymore due to its use of cancer causing teflon /PTFE. Therefore there is always sale of tefal items every day every where and some gullible people get sucked into this kind of false advertising.
And this children ........is a crazy man.
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Master G
I have one of these, i can't get the egg to cook on top before it goes crispy on the bottom. And, it's too small to flip the egg over. You could probably find a couple of good quality egg rings for this price.
put a lid on it :) genuine comment and not me being rude.
That's what i used to do. Lid was too large though. From a milk pan and had to balance on the frying pan and edge of stove. Seems like lots of work. Egg rings seem so much easier.

Edited By: Master G on Sep 26, 2016 18:57
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Samsung Gear Iconx Wireless Headphones £159.00 @ Currys

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The cheapest I've seen them so far.
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Came here looking for Samsung Kettlebells...left disappointed
Don't worry bro. You can do 1000 reps before breakfast with these.
It's all about the 3-1-3
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http://i.giphy.com/ezZzscB6pnlq8.gif
I imagine these having the same problems as airpods (even cost the same)

This is me and micro sd cards.
umirza85
Came here looking for Samsung Kettlebells...left disappointed
Don't worry bro. You can do 1000 reps before breakfast with these.
Came here looking for Samsung Kettlebells...left disappointed
The gif says it all, easily lost and a load of money wasted at least with a cord you are less likely to lose them when they fall out of your ear
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Xbox One S 500Gb with Fifa £199.99 @ Currys (Tesco direct price match)

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Currys will honour the price in store that Tesco Direct are offering. Just need to take proof. I added the items to my basket then screenshotted it. This was sufficient for them.
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gutted, missed out on this deal
Can you put a link up of your screenshot so I can use it please, Tescos is oos and back up to £224
jjmmww1
done it earlyer today had a screen shot of only the bundle with codes at top
Can you post your screenshot so I can use please
Can you put a link up of your screenshot so I can use it please, Tescos is oos and back up to £224
Can you put a link up of your screenshot so I can use it please, Tescos is oos and back up to £224
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Nest Protect Gen 2 Bundle £159.00 @ currys

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Seems okay to me these rarely go below £89 per unit.
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llywmog
You can still pick them up from Jewsons for £79 each (with £10 discount code- JEWSON-TEN).
Hi, you got a link please.

They have been this price with this offer for at least 3 months now. Jewsons keep renewing the £10 offer.

http://www.jewsontools.co.uk/offer

http://www.jewsontools.co.uk/nest-products/nest-protect-smoke-and-carbon-monoxide-alarm.html

Buy one with offer. Then buy another with the offer on a new order(if you need two!).

£79 + £79 = £158, so not a great deal cheaper than OP, although I only posted this in case somebody wanted just the one

Edited By: llywmog on Sep 25, 2016 18:15
llywmog
You can still pick them up from Jewsons for £79 each (with £10 discount code- JEWSON-TEN).


This is still cheaper than that deal by £9
Don't forget to get the bundle that is right for you. These come in wired or battery. The link is for the wired version, but the same price applies to the battery bundle too.
llywmog
You can still pick them up from Jewsons for £79 each (with £10 discount code- JEWSON-TEN).


Hi, you got a link please.
You can still pick them up from Jewsons for £79 each (with £10 discount code- JEWSON-TEN).
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Tefal Easy Soup BL841140 Soup Maker White and Stainless Steel £34.97 Currys

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In Currys clearance, was £42 last week. Amazon have price matched but it is out of stock there.
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make the space in the back of the cupboard before you buy it.i had to after I bought one !
Do you not rate it?
​not at all I'm afraid. it's like a kettle with a built in blender.its quick but doesn't give time for the flavours to develop.base inside burns easily too.i gave it away and then they gave it away to the dustbin !
Thanks for reply a friend loves it but she lives on her own and finds it convenient I will stick my old fashioned method
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I have a thing called a 'pan' which I put all the soup ingredients & stock into before placing it on the hob. Once cooked I either serve it or use the blender to liquidise it! I wonder if this gadget is capable of sieving/ straining a soup.
If you need a gadget to cook soup then I suggest you buy a can opener !
​Is it lonely up there on your pedestal?

Original comment's bang on.

I'm surprised it's not been branded by Apple considering it does nothing extra for significantly more money........
errrr2
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I have a thing called a 'pan' which I put all the soup ingredients & stock into before placing it on the hob. Once cooked I either serve it or use the blender to liquidise it! I wonder if this gadget is capable of sieving/ straining a soup.
If you need a gadget to cook soup then I suggest you buy a can opener !
​Is it lonely up there on your pedestal?

No need to get Vichyssoise about it!
Is this full 1080 Peas!
Got something similar, but used it once and it gathered dust, so gave it away to my sister who uses it all the time. It great and simple to use, but as has already been said it not the biggest for making large batches of soup.
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slimline integrated dishwasher £179.99 @ Currys

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very cheap and energy efficient dishwasher
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Good energy efficiency!
Bought one that I posted on here for £239 which included 6 months supply of fairy tablets and £4 cashback.
That was a Hotpoint and only an A+ with 47db.
Had a call to say we'd been upgraded to an A++ with 43db.
This looks like a solid deal, not read the reviews though.

currys logoCurrys: A Company History

Despite starting life as a bicycle shop in Leicester in 1884 in the 20th century, Currys became the UK’s largest seller of electrical products. The company has been owned by Dixons since 1984, and has consistently expanded by opening over 500 stores across the UK and Ireland. The firm also added computers and gaming products to its range when it merged with PC World in 2009. 

Where to Buy Currys Products

Customers can either choose to visit a local Currys superstore or purchase their items online at www.currys.co.uk. If you would like to find the nearest store, head to the Currys website and use the Stores tab. Here, you can just enter your postcode or town name, and maps to local stores will be displayed.

Product Categories Available at Currys.co.uk

The Currys’ online store stocks a wide variety of electrical goods, with product categories that include:

  • Kitchen Appliances – Features washing machines, dryers, dishwashers, fridges, freezers, microwaves, stoves, ovens, built-in appliances, cookware, bakeware and scales.
  • Small Kitchen Appliances – Includes items like kettles, toasters, juicers, food processors, sandwich makers, pressure cookers, fryers, rice cookers, coffee machines and coffee accessories such as travel mugs and grinders.
  • TV & Entertainment – Includes large and small screen TVs, TV accessories like cabinets and mounts, Smart TV and digital boxes, DVD and Blu-ray players, home cinema systems, sound bars, soundstages and projectors.
  • Gaming – A subset of TV & Entertainment, this includes game consoles like the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, controllers, console games and PC games.
  • Cameras – Features digital cameras, camcorders, camera accessoires, binoculars, lenses, telescopes, flash guns, memory cards and frames.
  • Audio – Includes headphones, speakers, radios, hi-fi systems, multi-room speaker systems, personal CD players, MP3 players and MP3 accessories.
  • Computing – Features laptops, iPads, eReaders, tablets, desktop PCs, projectors, monitors, mice, printers, scanners, printer cartridges and PC accessories such as hard drives, smart drives, networking equipment, components, upgrades and a wide range of software.
  • Phones – Includes pay monthly phones from Carphone Warehouse, SIM free phones, home phones, broadband dongles and sat nav devices.
  • Smart tech – Includes fitness trackers, smart heating and lighting, power monitors, dash cams, CCTV and Apple watches.

Brands Available at Currys

Currys stocks plenty of world-famous brands, including:

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Making a Purchase From Currys.co.uk

Customers shopping at currys.co.uk should simply select the desired items as normal and add them to their online shopping basket. When you purchase any item, Currys allows you to specify delivery plans and “care plans” which provide free replacements within 3 years if faults occur. Customers are not required to register, but they must supply an e-mail address before checking out.

Currys’ Price Promise

Currys‘ price promise scheme guarantees that you will get low prices.  Customers have the option of creating an account with currys.co.uk. To do so, head to the „My Account“section on the home page and enter your e-mail address in the required field. Then, simply enter the relevant personal details to complete your account.

Being a member of currys.co.uk means the company can keep you informed about all of their deals and new products as well as allowing customers to manage their orders easily. It also makes checking out much faster for future purchases.

Sales At Currys.co.uk

Currys often has major sales, and there will always be discounts on specific product lines. You can see a list of the most recent deals by heading to the “mega deals” section of the Currys website. You can filter the offers by product type, price or brand. There are also specific pages for deals on computers, small appliances, large appliances as well as TV and entertainment.

In addition, Currys holds annual Christmas and New Year sales, along with reductions scheduled around major sporting events. The company also plays a big role in the Black Friday retail event, held every year in late November. Currys guarantees that they “Won’t be beaten on price” over Black Friday, so be sure to take advantage of their deals by checking the Currys HotUKDeals Black Friday listings.

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Payment Methods Accepted by Currys

Shoppers at currys.co.uk can use the following payment methods: American Express, Maestro, Visa Credit, Visa Debit, MasterCard and MasterPass by MasterCard. All transactions are protected by Verified by Visa, Norton Secured, MasterCard SecureCode or American Express SafeKey. The online store also uses SSL encryption to provide a further layer of security for its customers.

Shoppers can also pay upfront or pay in monthly installments over a period of 6 or 12 months. Products can also be leased and upgraded whenever needed.

Shipping Options from Currys.co.uk

Currys delivers 7 days a week and offers a range of delivery options:

  • Standard deliveries will arrive within 5 working days for small items or next day for larger items. Standard delivery is free, and items will arrive between 8am-5pm on weekdays and 8am-12pm on Saturdays.
  • Next Day Delivery for small items will arrive between 8am-5pm if the order is placed before 9pm the previous day and costs £3.95.
  • Next Day Delivery for larger items is free, and items will arrive from 7am-8pm on weekdays.  There is no weekend service.
  • Same day delivery is also available on weekdays for smaller items and customers have the opporunity to designate a specific time slot for any of their deliveries.  Both of these services cost £3.95.

All orders can be tracked online. Larger items can be tracked via Know How Track It. For smaller items, you can click on the tracking link in your confirmation e-mail to locate your items are. E-mail reminders will be sent to all customers when their orders are despatched, and approximate delivery times will be supplied for larger items.

Alternatively, customers can choose to Pay & Collect from their local Currys store. If you choose this option, remember to note down your unique reservation code that comes with your order confirmation. Orders should be ready for collection within 1 hour of placing them.

Returning Items to Currys

If you’d like to cancel an order before it has been received, you can call the Customer Service team on 0344 5611234.

All unwanted items can be returned to Currys within 21 days of receipt, providing they are still in their original packaging. If you open a product and find that it is not the right item or it is damaged, you can return or exchange it within 48 hours. Faulty products can also be returned within 30 days.

To make a return, you first need your proof of purchase, whether that’s a confirmation e-mail or a physical receipt. Now, you can either call the KnowHow customer service centre on 0344 5611234, e-mail Currys at [email protected] or take the item back to a Currys store.

Your return will be processed and you will be advised about the best way to return your product to Currys.

Currys Social Media Presence

Customers can keep up to date with the latest deals and products at Currys by following the company on a range of social media channels, including:

You can also find out about new offers, read how-to guides and enter competitions at Tech Talk, the Currys blog. All customers can also choose to sign up for the newsletter on the website.

Using the Currys App

Currys have launched a price compare app to help customers find the best deals.  The app is downloadable from the iTunes App Store for iOS devices and the Google Play Store for Android devices. There is also a handy TV Size Finder app from Currys PC World for Android devices. To download it, visit the Google Play Store.

Contacting Currys

If you have a query or complaint, contacting Currys is simple:

Or you could try writing to Currys by post:

  • Currys
  • PO Box 1687
  • Sheffield, S2 5YA
  • United Kingdom

Additionally, the company has created a set of FAQs to guide customers, which should be useful for answering simple queries.