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Dulux PaintPod Roller System £49.00 @ B&Q

£49.00 @ B&Q
was looking at focus and they were selling this for £70 B&Q price £49 shop and online. "With the New Dulux Paint Pod Machine painting has never been easier, faster or cleaner. The Paint Pod Rol…
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
was looking at focus and they were selling this for £70

B&Q price £49 shop and online.

"With the New Dulux Paint Pod Machine painting has never been easier, faster or cleaner. The Paint Pod Roller system uses paint which is speacially formulated. The Matt emulsion comes in an unique pack, which just drops into the Dulux PaintPod Roller system. Transform any room with freshy painted walls using this unique roller system. Easy, fast and even cleans itself."
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#1
this was cheaper than this last week
#2
This was only £34 @ B&Q during their recent 3G event (14-17 Feb)
#3
Was £34 last weekend so I think it will drop in the next sale.
#4
whatsThePoint
Not very useful infomation for someone who wants one today :whistling:

For people who don't have time machines and crystal balls this is the cheapest price at the moment


Maybe Doctor Who can get me one :-D
#5
whatsThePoint
Not very useful infomation for someone who wants one today :whistling:

For people who don't have time machines and crystal balls this is the cheapest price at the moment


It was just about every other advert on TV last week to be fair..... still a pretty good deal for those that only watch BBC4 and missed the adverts! :whistling:
#6
It's always yo-yo-ing in price, give it a few weeks and it's be back sub £40 again!
banned#7
Freezing, £34 a week ago as stated, plus you are limited to a very small range of colours. Also it seems a bit of a gimmick to me, the kind of thing you see 'infomercials' for on sky.
#8
N20Y1D
Freezing, £34 a week ago as stated, plus you are limited to a very small range of colours. Also it seems a bit of a gimmick to me, the kind of thing you see 'infomercials' for on sky.


Agreed
#9
Locked into £30 for 5 litres of paint as well which compared to £30 or less for double that is a rip off.
banned#10
Wouldnt buy one but will vote hot on price as I dont have a time machine!

you shouldnt vote cold on prices that are in the past.

maybe I should set up a thread saying "Brand new car £450". Deal expired in 1957 though lol
#11
regardless of the arguing over price, does anyone know if these are any good?
#12
Shezza 1971;4461927
It was just about every other advert on TV last week to be fair..... still a pretty good deal for those that only watch BBC4 and missed the adverts! :whistling:

whatsThePoint;4461969
I didn't see any adverts and didn't watch BBC4 either ...

Stick with HUKD ;-)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/338707/b-q-3g-event-4-x-3-storage-shed-onl/
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/339486/dulux-paint-pod-34-b-q/
banned#13
Chaser77;4462219
regardless of the arguing over price, does anyone know if these are any good?

apparently, they're pretty cr&p and gimmicky :-D

http://www.google.co.uk/search?source=ig&hl=en&rlz=1G1GGLQ_ENXX247&=&q=dulux+paintpod+review&btnG=Google+Search
#14
csiman;4462204
Wouldnt buy one but will vote hot on price as I dont have a time machine!

you shouldnt vote cold on prices that are in the past.

maybe I should set up a thread saying "Brand new car £450". Deal expired in 1957 though lol

I think theres a big difference between less than a week ago and over 50 years ago.
#15
Premier
I think theres a big difference between less than a week ago and over 50 years ago.


Time is relative my yong padawan.

Seek you watch you will, hot uk deal for best price you shall.
banned#16
whatsThePoint;4462136
If someone wants one today this is the cheapest price is it not? The fact you need a choice of hundreds of colours before choosing magenta as per usual is no reason to vote cold a price that might save someone else money

If someone is that desperate for one im sure they will see the value in buying a normal roller and a tin of paint for a fraction of the cost and holding out for a more sensible price.
#17
whatsThePoint
Thanks but i think we've all noticed (well apart from you) that was last week and i didn't want one then..can you now do something useful and add a link to a cheaper price this week


The price going up in a week means it cannot be regarded as a hot deal. Otherwise this site would be called 'whatsthecheapestpricetodayuk.com' Last week ebuyer had the panasonic 42THPX80 at 569 but now its 812, does that mean 812 is a hot deal. Get a grip.

And if you're not even bothered about buying one at all, refer to your user name.

Incidentally, I endorsed this on last weeks thread but since then have gone back to use it over the weekend and it spat paint everywhere for no apparent reason. I would therefore not recommend the paintpod anymore, not at any price.
banned#18
whatsThePoint;4462329
I think its a split decision
For
"I was very impressed with the Dulux paintpod. I paid £34 for it and £40 for two bottles of paint. The paint seems expensive initially but it is twice the size of normal paint tins and because the machine is so effecient it last longer than when using normal rollers.
it is simple to use and it is not very nosiy. The machine only sends the amount of paint you need therefore there are few drips is you use it correctly and it is very quick to use . it also supplies a really good paint brush for doing all the edges which the roller does not quite reach.
the cleaning at the end is wonderful as its the part I hate and as long as you squeeze the roller out once it is done it is fine. very impressed for the price I paid. "

Against
"The Dulux roller is poor. The paint collects at one point and is not distributed evenly along the length of the roller. This means you are dragging a roller over the wall with only the central third of the roller putting paint onto the wall. Both ends are dry, and just drag over the paint you have just applied. This leaves tram lines. This does not save time. The roller itself is poor quality, and deposits fluff onto the wall's surface..

Ok the paint needs to be thinner to go thru the tube - but it's too thin. Poor roller plus thin paint equals longer time needed to paint. I would have been quicker with a traditional roller and tray.

I bought the pod this morning and am now about to take it back. I think it's rubbish. DO NOT BUY ONE. I doubt if any professional painters will feel threatened by this product."

So it looks like if you can't paint with a normal roller don't expect this to be any good

pretty unanimous thats its rubbish here:-

http://ambercat.blogspot.com/2008/06/dulux-paintpod-sucks.html

The killer comment for me was that it leaves fluff on the wall. This is a big sign of poor quality and you'll be spending more time picking the fluff off the wall than putting paint on it.

It only takes 5 minutes to do a wall with a decent roller anyway so can't see the cost / benefit here really. Might be ok for a professional with lots of walls to paint (in the same colour).
#19
whatsThePoint;4462276
Thanks but i think we've all noticed (well apart from you) that was last week and i didn't want one then..can you now do something useful and add a link to a cheaper price this week

No, because the deal expired last Tuesday :p
#20
whatsThePoint
I think its a split decision
For
"I was very impressed with the Dulux paintpod. I paid £34 for it and £40 for two bottles of paint. The paint seems expensive initially but it is twice the size of normal paint tins and because the machine is so effecient it last longer than when using normal rollers.
it is simple to use and it is not very nosiy. The machine only sends the amount of paint you need therefore there are few drips is you use it correctly and it is very quick to use . it also supplies a really good paint brush for doing all the edges which the roller does not quite reach.
the cleaning at the end is wonderful as its the part I hate and as long as you squeeze the roller out once it is done it is fine. very impressed for the price I paid. "

Against
"The Dulux roller is poor. The paint collects at one point and is not distributed evenly along the length of the roller. This means you are dragging a roller over the wall with only the central third of the roller putting paint onto the wall. Both ends are dry, and just drag over the paint you have just applied. This leaves tram lines. This does not save time. The roller itself is poor quality, and deposits fluff onto the wall's surface..

Ok the paint needs to be thinner to go thru the tube - but it's too thin. Poor roller plus thin paint equals longer time needed to paint. I would have been quicker with a traditional roller and tray.

I bought the pod this morning and am now about to take it back. I think it's rubbish. DO NOT BUY ONE. I doubt if any professional painters will feel threatened by this product."

So it looks like if you can't paint with a normal roller don't expect this to be any good


I have not previously posted on the forum. But this product tempted me to. I cannot agree more with "whatsthepoint" - great idea, but unfortunately, utterly useless it what it attempts to achieve.

DO NOT BUY - even at this price it truely is a waste of money. Buy normal paint apply it and clean up after yourself. Job Done !
#21
I'm voting cold because these things are worse than useless at any price.
#22
For stupid people! :p
#23
whatsThePoint
If you want a 42THPX80 today the £569 price is no longer available so its cold this week and say its £1000 in all the other shops but one has it fo £812, what is the £812 price if not hot?
You can of course live your life in the past but i think you'll find the price of goods won't live with you so its you who needs to get grip of todays prices


'Hot' is not just the cheapest price at a given time, you need to take into account value for money, recent price shifts and the thoughts of people who have bought and used an item before.

If everybody listed everything at its cheapest price today, the site would be overrun with useless offers today, tomorrow and every day in the future. But you are still saying despite the price going up it's a hot deal!

Despite the fact the general consensus is they're crud.
Despite the fact that you don't even want one or would ever buy one.

This is a hot deal, you say........

Well I suggest the temperature in here proves you wrong.

Incidentally, I thought half-term was over.
#24
Should I vote hot or cold then.......hmmmm....

~open to bribes to swing my vote~
banned#25
whatsThePoint;4464091
LOL this place is over run with useless offers everyday, the the next day and for those with time machines yesterday as well

Just out of interest do you work for B&Q or Dulux?:whistling:
#26
whatsThePoint
Work? you lost me now


The point he is trying to make is

You must work for b&q or Dulux or why do you keep trying to defend this product.Its obviously ****,not value for money,was available at about 30% less not so long ago and will be again any day soon.I define HOT as when its a good price for the product,just because its the cheapest at the moment doesn`t mean its value for money.If every shop sold the wii for £1000 and one shop in the world had unlimited supplies at £800, although last week eveywhere was selling them for £150 that wouldnt make the £800 a good price today would it.

Coldest deal of the day for a reason....and its ONLY you that can`t see why
#27
whatsThePoint
No chance of that, As this is voted cold by prices from the past and future!! it looks like the tardis is already full of orders

http://www.burn-media.co.uk/product.php?productid=128464
#28
Cheaper round here to get a Polish geezer to paint it for you ;-)
#29
whatsThePoint
Ummm the point i was making was i don't work but you seem to be slow at spotting bargain prices so no wonder it went right over your head, What is the point in saying it was cheaper last week if you can't buy it at that price now? I take it you work for Dulux or B&Q as you know price will drop again, yes it would make the £800 the good price unless your a bit thick and think £200 isn't worth saving, unlike you not everyone knows they will need something the very week its at its cheapest price


You cant educate pork.......................would you pay £800 for this then if you REALLY wanted it.No...just like no one would pay £49 for it now....cos its *****

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