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Sphero Nubby cover - Yellow £3.91 Del @ currys

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FREE delivery available. Works with both sphero generations (1.0 and 2.0) Click and collect also available Cheaper than the exact same product on Amazon Wish I had got one of these for my broken sphe… Read More
FREE delivery available. Works with both sphero generations (1.0 and 2.0) Click and collect also available Cheaper than the exact same product on Amazon Wish I had got one of these for my broken sphe…
Dolphinzz Avatar4h, 48m agoFound 4 hours, 48 minutes ago1 Comment
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Had to Google this before voting Cold.
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Fitbit Charge 2 Heart Rate and Fitness Tracking Wristband £89.99 with code Free delivery @ Currys

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Fitbit Charge 2 Heart Rate and Fitness Tracking Wristband £89.99 Use Code: FIT10 2 years guarantee Black / Silver Blue Plum Teal Free delivery @ Currys Read More
Fitbit Charge 2 Heart Rate and Fitness Tracking Wristband £89.99 Use Code: FIT10 2 years guarantee Black / Silver Blue Plum Teal Free delivery @ Currys
itsvimal Avatar15h, 53m agoFound 15 hours, 53 minutes ago22 Comments
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The strap quality is awful. I bought one of these for my husband for Christmas and he's already on his 3rd strap. Never worn it in the shower, etc
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Fitbit customer support are great if you have a problem though
lasuil
Gunner4Life
eklynne
eslick
iwashere2000
these are getting cheaper day by day.
they smell if you use them under water .
Cheaper possibly because of the bad press they have had recently over the inaccurate numbers they produce and the poor build quality. We went through two before send them back, first one didn't have all functions working and second one said reading were half of the ones we expected. While it sat in the box ready to be returned, it managed to track heart beats and calories. Talking to people at work then found out that most people had had similar or different issues one Pedro was on their 4th replacement :(
I am on my 4th replacement. If it wasn't for the exceptional customer service and the fact I am addicted to Fitbit challenges I'd have ditched them long ago.
4th Charge HR or 4th Charge HR 2 ? I'm on my 5th Charge HR and am currently deciding on a replacement or the 50% fitbit site discount as the replacement came with a dodgy faster draining battery this time. The band peeling has been terrible over the last 6 months for me. I'm considering the blaze as that's the only one that really offers a good price on their website with 50% off as the alta is to small for my liking. Reselling a new Charge HR on eBay and then buying the others elsewhere would be better as 50% off on inflated prices compared to elsewhere.
I upgraded to charge 2 after loads of replacement charge HRs, managed to convince them to give me 50% off the webstore so got a special edition charge 2 for £80. much better build quality on the charge 2.

I'm on my 6th replacement Surge after various issues with the strap tearing and peeling away and 1 where the buttons did not respond.

Shame the build quality on these is so poor as can't find a decent alternative which has GPS built in and isn't an Apple Watch.
before buying check phone compatibility - my wife's charge 2 doesn't sync with her Huawei P9 Lite because they're not compatible. don't assume your phone will be ok like we did.


https://www.fitbit.com/uk/devices
Ralph888
I was looking at the deal on here yesterday for the Fitbit Alta HR which has also been reduced. On Amazon I came across what looks like the Alta for £29 called a moreFIT. Has anyone tried these clones and are they as accurate?Click here for moreFIT info on Amazon

moreFit is a chinese lookalike for Fitbit Alta. Not Fitbit.
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ENERGIZER UE2601 Portable Power Bank - Black Product code: 172639 was £12.99 (from 23/02/17 to 19/04/17) now £4.98 @ Currys

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ENERGIZER UE2601 Portable Power Bank - Black Product code: 172639 was £12.99 (from 23/02/17 to 19/04/17) now £4.98 (Click and Ciollect or Free Delivery available) Read More
ENERGIZER UE2601 Portable Power Bank - Black Product code: 172639 was £12.99 (from 23/02/17 to 19/04/17) now £4.98 (Click and Ciollect or Free Delivery available)
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CURRYS PANASONIC VIERA TX-40EX600B 40" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £539.10 with code 10LSTV

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Use code 10LSTV to save 10% Heads up this code work with this tv and any other added to basket! i.e. samsung xbox bundle or OLED 4K U… Read More
Use code 10LSTV to save 10% Heads up this code work with this tv and any other added to basket! i.e. samsung xbox bundle or OLED 4K U…
discoman2016 Avatar1d, 3h agoFound 1 day, 3 hours ago7 Comments
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why expired?
buy this for kids bedroom and get urself any tv from currys and save another 10% i.e. samsung or oled lg tv xbox bundle
4K on this tv is awesome and 40" big enough for us upscales Hd too excellent tv with good Firefox os
mcormack
AndyRoyd
4k TV seems kinda pointless on such a small screen. It will offer zero perceptable resolution benefit compared to 1080 unless used as a monitor or a laptov.
Rubbish! 4k on my phone is excellent!
Relative distance buddy. Shove your phone on the end of a selfie stick. Can you still tell the difference beween 4k and 1080p?
AndyRoyd
4k TV seems kinda pointless on such a small screen. It will offer zero perceptable resolution benefit compared to 1080 unless used as a monitor or a laptov.
Rubbish! 4k on my phone is excellent!
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12 AA and 4 AAA Batteries - Currys - £2.98

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Available to order online and instore. Free Delivery. Reduced from £6.99 - seem quite weighty so should last a while. Power your portable devices with the Logik LAA12PR16 AA & AAA Alkaline B… Read More
Available to order online and instore. Free Delivery. Reduced from £6.99 - seem quite weighty so should last a while. Power your portable devices with the Logik LAA12PR16 AA & AAA Alkaline B…
gordo1964 Avatar1d, 17h agoFound 1 day, 17 hours ago4 Comments
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ordered thanks op
Thanks . Voted hot as a good find. I was warned about cold votes without comments why so will try better
I have used these and they are very very good. I will certainly attempt to get a couple of boxes. were miles better than IKEA alkalisk in all my use cases, comparable with Duracell In use. both high and low drain scenarios.
Thanks, ordered with free delivery too :)
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Xbox One S 500GB with Forza Horizon 3 + 3 Months Xbox LIve Gold + Extra Red Wireless Controller £208.99 (More bundles in OP) @ Currys

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Nice offer from Currys :) They have lots more bundles to choose from, if you fancy something a little different! MORE BUNDLES Microsoft Xbox One S The Xbox One S is an enhanced Xbox console 40% Read More
Nice offer from Currys :) They have lots more bundles to choose from, if you fancy something a little different! MORE BUNDLES Microsoft Xbox One S The Xbox One S is an enhanced Xbox console 40%
msmyth Avatar1d, 22h agoFound 1 day, 22 hours ago5 Comments
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Is this better than tesco deal posted a few days ago?
Hot but 500gb must resist
u can get a tv with this £598
Aŕrrrrrrrrgh these deals are everywhere seems like Argos has lit the touch paper and pulled everyone else in line.im hot great price :3
Mental torture trying not to go to argos to pick up deal. seen amazing scorpio digital foundry videos and E3 in 2 weeks. dying to play fallout 3 again arrrrrrrrrgh
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Kenwood K25MSS11 25L 900W Microwave £69.99 from £149.99 at Currys/PC World

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Kenwood K25MSS11 Microwaves are £69.99 at Currys/PC World. I bought one of these the last time that they were on offer and I really rate it at this price. 900W and 25L capacity. Read More
Kenwood K25MSS11 Microwaves are £69.99 at Currys/PC World. I bought one of these the last time that they were on offer and I really rate it at this price. 900W and 25L capacity.
chimp14uk Avatar2d, 4h agoFound 2 days, 4 hours ago11 Comments
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Thanks op, just bought and plugged in.
chimp14uk
melted
voted cold, as it is not really a deal: Currys always seem to have one or two of their "kenwood" branded microwaves on offer and the rest seriously over-priced, they just regularly switch the offer models to make it look like you are getting a really good price.

The one I paid under £70 for a couple or so years ago, is currently priced at £160, and this one looks very much like the model I went in to buy, but they'd just switched the offer model.


Let's see YOUR deal for a 25L 900W microwave for under £70 then.
You go and have a good look and let us all know.

Here's a 25l 900w electricQ for £65 http://www.appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/eiqmw925solo/electriq-eiqmw925solo-freestanding-microwave-oven

I wouldn't buy it though, because it has a knob instead of a keypad to set the timer.

Probably better to pay an extra 10-20 for a proper brand, which kenwood isn't.

Or how about a 31L 1000W for £65 http://www.sonicdirect.co.uk/prod/Microwave-Ovens/Daewoo-KOR1N0A-Family-Size-Microwave-Oven-in-White-11-cuft

Anyway, I wasn't saying that 70 isn't a reasonable price, just that its normal price should be more like £70 and not anything like £149.


Edited By: melted on May 27, 2017 18:10: added link
jukkie
chimp14uk
melted
voted cold, as it is not really a deal: Currys always seem to have one or two of their "kenwood" branded microwaves on offer and the rest seriously over-priced, they just regularly switch the offer models to make it look like you are getting a really good price.
The one I paid under £70 for a couple or so years ago, is currently priced at £160, and this one looks very much like the model I went in to buy, but they'd just switched the offer model.
Let's see YOUR deal for a 25L 900W microwave for under £70 then.
You go and have a good look and let us all know.
How about a 26L 900W microwave for £65?https://www.amazon.co.uk/Daewoo-Digital-Microwave-26-900/dp/B00MVXKTGO/ref=pd_sbs_79_8?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=J4CZF22PNMBYQSA1BM1N
That said, I still just bought the Kenwood :-P . My last microwave was a Daewoo, and I wasn't impressed with it.

I really hate my kenwood microwave (see my comments here:) :- http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kenwood-microwave-currys-54-99-2679074?p=30752806), however fortunately for you it is not this model and the worse feature is the timer which is set with a knob. I think my last microwave might have been a matsui I picked up in Argos, was really good, cheap and lasted getting on for 20 years.





Edited By: melted on May 27, 2017 17:36: added link
My last Kenwood microwave rusted though in about 18 months.

That's after running a Sharp for about 10 years (back in the day when the Sharp badge was applied to Sharp microwaves only).
jukkie
chimp14uk
melted
voted cold, as it is not really a deal: Currys always seem to have one or two of their "kenwood" branded microwaves on offer and the rest seriously over-priced, they just regularly switch the offer models to make it look like you are getting a really good price.
The one I paid under £70 for a couple or so years ago, is currently priced at £160, and this one looks very much like the model I went in to buy, but they'd just switched the offer model.
Let's see YOUR deal for a 25L 900W microwave for under £70 then.
You go and have a good look and let us all know.
How about a 26L 900W microwave for £65?
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Daewoo-Digital-Microwave-26-900/dp/B00MVXKTGO/ref=pd_sbs_79_8?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=J4CZF22PNMBYQSA1BM1N

That said, I still just bought the Kenwood :-P . My last microwave was a Daewoo, and I wasn't impressed with it.




So why put a link up for a Daewoo then?
And as for melted, he needs to take the 'ed' off his username.
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SAMSUNG UE65KS9000 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 65” Curved LED TV £1,199.98 Currys with code

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TV100 code for £100 off It's official Currys discount code mentioned on their site, so JL should price match Read More
TV100 code for £100 off It's official Currys discount code mentioned on their site, so JL should price match
pavel76 Avatar2d, 4h agoFound 2 days, 4 hours ago8 Comments
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Promotion is still valid if you can get hold of a store with one or two in. Just spoken to a representative of Currys and they have said they could only sell me their ex demo tv for the same price as the new ones!!

They won't be getting anymore stock of this TV
When I saw the Voucher Offer. It definitely said "Only Valid until Monday 29th May".
Over the years I have come to the conclusion that it always pays to take a Screen Print and save it with offers like this

Edited By: Chuckler on May 27, 2017 15:24
Enimaq
There's no stock for delivery and its only in a few stores. I guess the discount code cannot be used for collection items?


Just collected my tv and the store has applied the promotional offer..no questions asked.
There's no stock for delivery and its only in a few stores. I guess the discount code cannot be used for collection items?
rooney10
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Ah , your previous post for this TV from Currys has just expired >a day ago due to the discount code no longer working.
Your 'TV100' code was added previously to that thread too so could have been updated I guess. Either way , my apologies ;)
TV100 is a new code from today...
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16" Steel Pedestal Fan - Currys £24.98

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Currys have reduced some of their metal fans which are more effective than the plastic ones: http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/home-appliances/heating-and-cooling/heating-and-cooling/logik-l16pfss15-16-pe… Read More
Currys have reduced some of their metal fans which are more effective than the plastic ones: http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/home-appliances/heating-and-cooling/heating-and-cooling/logik-l16pfss15-16-pe…
Mr_Mister Avatar2d, 17h agoFound 2 days, 17 hours ago22 Comments
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anyone4apint
juliandean12
fan to push warm air around? no thanks
Someone needs to learn about convection and evaporation...
someone needs to learn about fan in a hot room only pushes hot air. fact.

A fan does move hot air around like you say, but it does have a purpose and does work.

What a fan does do is, it makes you feel its cold, and it CAN reduce your temperature. The ultimate goal is to make you feel cooler with these cheap fans. So it does what you expect it to do. If you want the room to be cooler, then you get aircon fitted.

Both have a purpose.
anyone4apint
juliandean12
fan to push warm air around? no thanks

Someone needs to learn about convection and evaporation...


someone needs to learn about fan in a hot room only pushes hot air. fact.
Floor fan looks great, it is quite noisy at speed level 1 though. May just end up sending it back. It does move a ton of air but it really could do with a lower speed setting.
abhijitdash123
dataload
galactus2013
What is better, the standing 16' or the turbo floor fan? Both in stock in north london. Have AC already but trying to save on electric where I can.
we bought the floor fan a couple of days ago, it's more powerful than the pedestal fan and moves a lot of air
Which tower fan is this please?
I haven't bought a tower fan, it's a floor fan but don't have a link sorry as they were just stacked up in my local currys store
dataload
galactus2013
What is better, the standing 16' or the turbo floor fan? Both in stock in north london. Have AC already but trying to save on electric where I can.
we bought the floor fan a couple of days ago, it's more powerful than the pedestal fan and moves a lot of air

Happy to hear it, I grabbed the floor fan this morning. Currys were offering same day evening g delivery for £3.95 so went with that. I'll report back on its performance once it arrives ;)
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Currys SAMSUNG UE65KS9000 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 65” Curved LED TV £1,169.98 with code LSTV699 Free 5 year guarantee £1,169.98

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Use code LSTV699 to save 10% on tvs over £699 Delivering exceptional picture quality and a striking bezel-less display, the Samsung UE65KS9000 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 65” Curved LED TV offers enhanced v… Read More
Use code LSTV699 to save 10% on tvs over £699 Delivering exceptional picture quality and a striking bezel-less display, the Samsung UE65KS9000 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 65” Curved LED TV offers enhanced v…
discoman2016 Avatar3d, 3h agoFound 3 days, 3 hours ago21 Comments
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UniversalDave
Bought this yesterday for 1200 :( .. Any other owners on here? My TV came today but there are no screws for the TV stand so it's not usable at the moment can anyone confirm these are suppose to be supplied with the TV or do I have to purchase separately?


Have another look in the packing that came with it.They are in the packing that is like the wrapping for the stand.I got mine today and thought the same but going through the packaging again they were in their.They are tiny screws.
Currys £100 off marked price! Ends Monday! Enter code TV100 at checkout
muckspreader1
Hot for a curved tv.Pleased it isn't the bring flat version.Wouldnt go back to a bog standard flat tv.


May suit your needs, but doesn't the curve affect viewing angles? My room is open plan and I want to be able to view the tv if I am in the kitchen/diner area of the room.
UniversalDave
Bought this yesterday for 1200 :(.. Any other owners on here? My TV came today but there are no screws for the TV stand so it's not usable at the moment can anyone confirm these are suppose to be supplied with the TV or do I have to purchase separately?


They should definitely be in the box, double check the packaging as some times they tape the screws to the polystyrene "/ i have been caught out with that
Ticks all the boxes except curve! And not oled and not £250 with a 20 year warranty
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Currys LG OLED55B6V Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" OLED TV £1,349.98 with code LSTV699 free 5 year guarantee

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use code LSTV699 to save 10% The OLED55B6V feature 4k Ultra HD resolution, capable of producing up to four times the quality of Full HD for amazing clarity and vivid details. Coupled with OLED technol… Read More
use code LSTV699 to save 10% The OLED55B6V feature 4k Ultra HD resolution, capable of producing up to four times the quality of Full HD for amazing clarity and vivid details. Coupled with OLED technol…
discoman2016 Avatar3d, 3h agoFound 3 days, 3 hours ago27 Comments
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sion22
So i head all oled tv is using panel from LG which is wrgb and not rgb. so its not tru 4K display. is that true?


No, where did you "hear" this?

There are some low end LG LCD's that have those panels but not OLED.
sion22
So i head all oled tv is using panel from LG which is wrgb and not rgb. so its not tru 4K display. is that true?


I think the panel is wrgb but that is for each subpixel group so there are full rgb subpixels for each normal pixel (each with its own added white) so it's all good in regards to claimed resolution. I think the LCDs had wrgb where not all subpixel are the same causing the issue.
midiman
55" Oled deals seem to be get in the sub £1400 mark quite regularly now. What are the chances of them falling to around £1000 mark by Black Friday? That's the price point I am going to bite. See me owning one within the next year :p


these are being sold off as they are last year's model and new models have hit stores now. this is it for these sales, new models are 3k again so I cannot see thoes being 1k for black Friday and these sets will be sold out long before.
buy it wait till tis time next year I suspect unless something unexpected happens unfortunately.
codes were working this morning, bit of a dick move by currys to remove them before the advertised end date of the codes


Edited By: halfbakedjake on May 25, 2017 17:53
Price up for BH weekend! Wonder if stocks are getting low and they are just relying on shortage for people to pay slightly more?
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HP DeskJet 3730 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £44.99 @ Currys

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Looks like a cracking printer, as it is very small for an all in one printer Was on here as a deal for £49.99, reduced even more now... Read More
Looks like a cracking printer, as it is very small for an all in one printer Was on here as a deal for £49.99, reduced even more now...
bigmaz Avatar3d, 4h agoFound 3 days, 4 hours ago4 Comments
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I thought most people know about the free ink thing now. Bu its the fact its the cheapest deal out there for this printer, but still going cold, I would love to know where I can buy this cheaper....
Might help if you add "15 pages ink free each month for the life of the printer" to the details. I think it's a good deal.
Good buy as ink is supplied for 15 pages each month for the life of the printer. As my daughter does not print much this means she will never have to buy any ink! Takes up much less space as it does not have an A4 sized flatbed. Don't need it for scanning but it does scan by feeding through a single item which is not ideal? We bought when it was £49.99 and it suits us.
Cheapest you can get this printer and still go's cold X) With no one stating where you can get a better deal.... Don't you just love HUKD!!
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Xbox one S 500gb + horizon 3+ controller+ 3 month gold+ charging dock £219.99 - Currys

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Great bundle I know not as good as extra games but a great starter bundle. The games are the same price as the accessories. Also different bundles avaliable Read More
Great bundle I know not as good as extra games but a great starter bundle. The games are the same price as the accessories. Also different bundles avaliable
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Can vouch for that charging dock, very useful bit of kit. Although will look a bit daft putting a white battery cover on a blue controller :)
Argos offer looks better IMO... 3 Games (Fifa 17, Overwatch & GOW4), extra controller and £20 voucher which you could use to buy xbox live if you needed it all for £219
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CURRYS LG OLED55B6V Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" OLED TV + L2HDINT15 2 m HDMI Cable £1,359.98 with code LSTV150A

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Pick the bundle with hdmi cable to save £150 with code LSTV150A The OLED55B6V feature 4k Ultra HD resolution, capable of producing up to four times the quality of Full HD for amazing clarity and vivid… Read More
Pick the bundle with hdmi cable to save £150 with code LSTV150A The OLED55B6V feature 4k Ultra HD resolution, capable of producing up to four times the quality of Full HD for amazing clarity and vivid…
discoman2016 Avatar3d, 14h agoFound 3 days, 14 hours ago15 Comments
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1400 quid for a TV! Whatever next - 2 grand bikes?
A friend of mine cycles a bike worth 4 times that......

Pokkai
fo_sho_yo
1400 quid for a TV! Whatever next - 2 grand bikes?
Just because you're poor, doesn't mean everyone else is.
I believe the term is "whoosh!"
fo_sho_yo
1400 quid for a TV! Whatever next - 2 grand bikes?


A friend of mine cycles a bike worth 4 times that......
FrugalFergal
I was torn between this and the KS9000. I went with the LED as I think the 1000nits, HDR10 and larger screen (plus with it being cheaper) sealed the deal. If I had a dark cinema room, id definitely had gone for this.
When I buy my next tell in 5yrs I expect OLED screens will have come on leaps and bounds by then making LED obsolete

I'd take OLED all day long, the picture quality is so superior, you need to see it in person to appreciate the difference, the Samsung screens just look too bright, washed out and the viewing angles are awful (VA Panel).

It's all about personal preference, but you cannot future proof in the world of TV's, these TV's (B6/KS9000) in terms of HDR spec will be redundant by 2018. But it's only an issue side by side, on their own, they look great, as long as you are happy with it.
I was torn between this and the KS9000. I went with the LED as I think the 1000nits, HDR10 and larger screen (plus with it being cheaper) sealed the deal. If I had a dark cinema room, id definitely had gone for this.

When I buy my next tell in 5yrs I expect OLED screens will have come on leaps and bounds by then making LED obsolete
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Acer 14 inch HD Chromebook £229.99 @ Currys

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So pleased we waited a couple of days as the price dropped £50 between us deciding we wanted one and making our way to the store. Quite a few other significant deals as well on Chromebooks at Currys. Read More
So pleased we waited a couple of days as the price dropped £50 between us deciding we wanted one and making our way to the store. Quite a few other significant deals as well on Chromebooks at Currys.
Phossy Avatar3d, 17h agoFound 3 days, 17 hours ago26 Comments
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No Touchscreen. Big Negative. Android apps /Play store only work correctly with touchscreen.
Touchscreen Chromebook dropped by £70 too.... http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/acer-chromebook-r-13-cb5-312t-2-in-1-touchscreen-silver-10153641-pdt.html
This one is cheaper with touchscreen. http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/acer-chromebook-r-11-cb5-132t-2-in-1-touchscreen-white-10156150-pdt.html?intcmpid=display~RR

A screen that is lower Res too
Garstonk
fishmaster
gorgo2015
1.6 Ghz processor? What year is this? 2001?
Clueless comment. Processor architecture is the important factor not GHz. Get with the times, it's been this way since 2004 or so.
That may need true but the performance from the N3160 is far from stellar.

I wasn't replying to the performance I was replying to the false information that GHz is the primary designator of CPU performance, you have to take in to consideration the CPU architecture, which has vastly improved in the 16 years since 2001. This is true of any technological advances, car engines for example, we're able to get more power out of less CC, so comparing 1 litre engines in cars now and 2001 there's a big difference in some cases etc etc. You wouldn't see a Ford Mondeo with a 1 litre engine 15 years ago but you do now.
Phossy
gorgo2015
1.6 Ghz processor? What year is this? 2001?
It's a 2016 Model I believe. The processor I checked out and based on Octane scores, seems to be about twice as fast as the 3060. Power uptake is lower than other (2830?) processors too.
Interested to know where you got your octane scores from, from my research the n3160 has octane score of 8200, n3060 is 8600. The n3160 is not twice as fast as the n3060...unless I'm missing something?
Anyone who has owned the Acer Chromebook C720 from 2013 will notice a drop in performance when using the Acer Chromebook 14, battery life is great, performance is mediocre at best.
fishmaster
gorgo2015
1.6 Ghz processor? What year is this? 2001?
Clueless comment. Processor architecture is the important factor not GHz. Get with the times, it's been this way since 2004 or so.
That may need true but the performance from the N3160 is far from stellar.
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Google Home + Chromecast £119 with code @ Currys (Free £10 M&S voucher via VoucherCodes) and £129 @ Argos (Free £10 Voucher) & £124 @ John Lewis with 2 years guarantee

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Google Home + Chromecast £129 and Free £10 Free Voucher @ Argos Argos Link: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/6838331?rec=HP:middleSlider:p1:WTYLL:monetisation:6838331 £119 with code SMARTHOME10… Read More
Google Home + Chromecast £129 and Free £10 Free Voucher @ Argos Argos Link: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/6838331?rec=HP:middleSlider:p1:WTYLL:monetisation:6838331 £119 with code SMARTHOME10…
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ukez
It would be a bit more appealing if it was Google Home + Chromecast TV + Chromecast Audio for that price.
Chromecast audio regularly goes on sale for 15 quid, so it very nearly is that price
I'd much prefer the Google home for £95, as £119-£10 voucher-£25 average cost of Chromecast =95.
Tbh I'll probably bite on a home, once Google releases something akin to echo dot. Google dot that I can plug into my speaker system for around 40 would be a no brainer, instant buy for me.
You can enable Google search for Echo Dot, so I don't even see a reason to get Google Home.http://alexamods.com/guide-install-ask-google-alexa-skill/
it still doesn't play any of my google music though - I have about 10,000 songs and playlists uploaded there
and alexa never will because google won't open that up / amazon has no interest in supporting a competing music service
so for me the echo dot is useless


See this is my problem but entirely the other way around.

I've got premium (monthly sub) Amazon music but google home won't accept that subscription, you can only link the music services to google music (monthly sub) or Spotify premium (monthly sub).

I didn't realise this before buying the google home and it's so frustrating and I think I'll have to send it back.
tommymcelroy
Anyone else have problems with the discount code (Smarthome10) in currys?
doesn't work for me either. Tried Smarthome20 too but that's no better
Just bought my second of the back of this deal..............

Was a bit miffed when I saw that they were offering 3 months play music with them (go to offers) but to new customers only :( and I was already on a months free trial.....

BUT clicked the offer button anyhow just on the off chance and now have free Play music until the end of November :D it looks like they have given me 3 months for each Google Home..

So a result... about £50/60 saved as I was going to keep the £9.99 pm subscription anyhow..

Edited By: mfactor on May 27, 2017 09:38
fishmaster
robodan918
fishmaster
robodan918
ukez
It would be a bit more appealing if it was Google Home + Chromecast TV + Chromecast Audio for that price.
Chromecast audio regularly goes on sale for 15 quid, so it very nearly is that price
I'd much prefer the Google home for £95, as £119-£10 voucher-£25 average cost of Chromecast =95.
Tbh I'll probably bite on a home, once Google releases something akin to echo dot. Google dot that I can plug into my speaker system for around 40 would be a no brainer, instant buy for me.
You can enable Google search for Echo Dot, so I don't even see a reason to get Google Home.http://alexamods.com/guide-install-ask-google-alexa-skill/
it still doesn't play any of my google music though - I have about 10,000 songs and playlists uploaded there
and alexa never will because google won't open that up / amazon has no interest in supporting a competing music service
so for me the echo dot is useless
OK good example. However there's always ways round things so this might work for you >
OK good example there are always ways round that, this might work for you >https://www.techjunkie.com/google-play-amazon-echo/
The workaround is to reupload 10,000 of my songs that I have in a free service (Google music) to a paid service (Amazon music)
That's sort of the long way around, but thanks for trying to help
robodan918
fishmaster
robodan918
ukez
It would be a bit more appealing if it was Google Home + Chromecast TV + Chromecast Audio for that price.
Chromecast audio regularly goes on sale for 15 quid, so it very nearly is that price
I'd much prefer the Google home for £95, as £119-£10 voucher-£25 average cost of Chromecast =95.
Tbh I'll probably bite on a home, once Google releases something akin to echo dot. Google dot that I can plug into my speaker system for around 40 would be a no brainer, instant buy for me.
You can enable Google search for Echo Dot, so I don't even see a reason to get Google Home.http://alexamods.com/guide-install-ask-google-alexa-skill/
it still doesn't play any of my google music though - I have about 10,000 songs and playlists uploaded there
and alexa never will because google won't open that up / amazon has no interest in supporting a competing music service
so for me the echo dot is useless

OK good example. However there's always ways round things so this might work for you >

https://www.techjunkie.com/google-play-amazon-echo/

Edited By: fishmaster on May 26, 2017 12:51: <>
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LG OLED55C6V Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" Curved OLED TV, Xbox One S, FIFA 17 & Controller Bundle £1,518.99 with code - 5 Years warranty Free delivery @ Currys

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My first post, not sure if I'm doing it right Current price for the bundle is £1.668.99 £150.00 off with code LSTV150A = £1518.99
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Code apparently not valid
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A 4K OLED TV with an Xbox One? It would be like trying to make a Ferrari run on peanut butter.


It's more to do with the 4K bluray player the Xbox One S has.
A 4K OLED TV with an Xbox One? It would be like trying to make a Ferrari run on peanut butter.

Edited By: commenter14 on May 25, 2017 12:14
nothing similar for the B6? I would buy this if it was the flat screen version
Think they expired now will see if they honour orders
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Google Chromecast £25.00 (Get 3 Months NOW TV Entertainment Pass at discounted price of £5) @ Currys, Argos & (John Lewis with 2 years Gaurentee)

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Google Chromecast £25 Get a 3 month NOW TV Entertainment Pass at a discounted price of £5 when you purchase this product. @ Currys, Argos &amp; John Lewis with 2 years Gaurentee Argos Link: http:/…
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Give Three months Netflix instead and I will vote it hot
If this was Chromecast Ultra. I would have voted hot. Big Negative only 1080p not 4k
am I right that this uses up two of your NowTV device slots?
Why cold gang?
Can you get netflix on this as well as NowTv?
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Use code LSTV150A to get £150 off Good device for use with this TV or get the TV for cheap if you sell the xbox
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code not working .
so, the xbox comes for an extra £120, why cold?
I tried adding a £4 hdmi cable to the oled to apply the 150 code and it wouldn't work.....might give it another go ;)
Didn't work, even if I created a custom Bundle

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malachi
What's going on? Currys been doing some good deals recently!


it's the same deal. the same 100/150 off, just different variations with different add ons to get over £1500
It's a code we're well aware of by now.
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Samsung Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 49" WI-Fi Curved TV [UE49KU6670] + 5 Year Guarantee £499.00 @ Currys (Using code)

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Had some really good offers on TVs today, came across this, which looks good if you're after something a little smaller. You can whip £50 off using the code below too. Use code - LSTV50A 4k Ultra Read More
Had some really good offers on TVs today, came across this, which looks good if you're after something a little smaller. You can whip £50 off using the code below too. Use code - LSTV50A 4k Ultra
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3 HDMI???? If it had 4 then I would snap it up but once you added your consoles and virgin box you ran out and have none spare. TV's should come with a minimum of 4 these days with the amount of dongles and stuff we use in a modern society
That's a relief, came close to pressing buy a couple of times today.
goonertillidie
tammyy
code doesn't work
£549.00
Order subtotal £549.00
£50 off LSTVs over £499 -£50.00
Delivery Free
Amount due (Including VAT) £499.00
Pay with gift card and eGift card
Code is working fine :)
Hi just been in the site and code doesn't work
Just been to currys and saw this TV. Very very average picture quality
Getting there with price, slowly but surely.

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:

New Computer at Currys

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.

currys black friday

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:

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