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INFORAD M1 speed camera warning system for Motorbikes. GPS SiRF Star Processor - Free lifetime updates - Visual Alerts - Easy to use - Waterproof - Discreet - 2 Years Warranty 19.99 from 49.99 @amazon sold by Electronics and Gadgets Direct Ltd

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Product Description Bikers finally have their very own speed camera alert. Thanks to the Moto V1 (Moto M-1)from Inforad, you'll be alerted of risky areas to prevent you from braking at the last minut…
johnro Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago54 Comments
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Don't get it, if this picks up a speed camera surly the speed camera has picked up you?
herrbz
Thought these weren't legal?

The radar detecting ones are not allowed I believe. They spot them before they spot you.
herrbz
Thought these weren't legal?
They are perfectly legal as they detect "safety cameras". The safety camera is there for the safety of all motorists as defined by the police.
It would be very ironic of them to make something illegal if it's purpose was to notify the motorist of the same danger or threat that their safety cameras were designed to do.
stuarthanley
RuudBullit
stuarthanley
worthinger
johnnystorm
AGrumpyDad
rhinopaul
Dont speed and save £20
If the UK had sensible speed limits, rather than those based on the capabilities of a Ford Anglia from the 1960s, maybe less people would speed.
I used to think this but then the density of traffic we have is much higher now. Worst case scenario would be today's levels of traffic but in cars with brakes and tyres as poor as the 60s. oO
You beat me to it.
Remember when vehicles travelled with a sensible gap between them and there was enough road to accommodate them?
There still is. It's driver mentality that needs addressing. I sit 2 cars away from the car in front, whether on my bike or in my car. Then some **** decides they want to get into that gap, forcing me to tap my brakes, causing a ripple effect behind me. Potentially causing an accident... None of which will be captured on these so called Safety Cameras.
whilst you may drive and ride sensibly, there are many others who ride too fast, and I don't mean breaking the speed limit, I mean going way too fast where it isn't safe to do so, where road and weather conditions don't allow, and they put themselves and car drivers at risk. And this product will be used by those people, as well as the sensible folk. We've all seen motorcyclists weaving in and out of traffic on the motorway, way too fast in congestion, and we've all then seen those same people on facebook slagging off all car drivers as soon as a motor biker gets knocked off. As much as I agree that speed cameras, especially the mobile type are a disgrace, this isn't the solution either.
But that's the same as any motorist. I've seen van drivers do the same thing, I've seen HGV drivers tailgating cars on the M6, literally 2 metres from the rear bumper, I followed a young woman in her car who didn't look at the road for over 20 seconds as she was dealing with her youngest in the rear seat, driving down a busy high street... The speed camera didn't catch any of these idiots though.

i agree with you, there are bad/ignorant/arrogant drivers in all walks of life, bikes, cars vans lorries, and experience doesn't always negate this. the point is, that bikes go faster and accelerate quicker, and bikers are way more vulnerable, so enabling bad bikers to go faster is just narrowing their margin for error, and the degree of the consequences of a mistake are relative to the speed.
Thought these weren't legal?
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Philips Living colour Gen 3 iris and Micro £48.99 and £18.99 Sold by Electronics and Gadgets Direct Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Seems like an OK price compared to what they normally retail at, the micro has to be worth a punt at £18.99 Iris http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-LivingColors-Colour-Changing-Control/dp/B008B4DC…
Enda Avatar3y, 8m agoFound 3 years, 8 months ago7 Comments
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Now £50 direct from Amazon, the micro is still £18.99 (sold by powercell)
Price gone up
Have these lights (and the aura)
and they are very cool... If you've more than one they link together on one remote and really can create an impressive look... Still, they are pricey, even at a discount.
Good price for Iris since it's the brightest out of the lot.
But I would be tempted to pay £1.01 more and get direct from Amazon...
gallonwater
why is it saying £69.99

because you selected black and not clear?
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Philips LivingColors Gen 3 Iris Clear Colour Changing Mood Lamp with Remote Control Now £50.00 Delivered at Amazon

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Recreate the Stan Stencil experience at home with this clever colour changing lamp. Add colour and mood to your favourite Admin bickering. Control LivingColors Iris and other Philips LivingAmbi…
WouterJ Avatar3y, 9m agoFound 3 years, 9 months ago17 Comments
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Thanks for that!
TimmyUK
WouterJ
TimmyUK
Been watching these for a while and they've been around 58 for weeks now but were under 50 not so long ago. I doubt they're likely to ever shoot up to anything like RRP again somehow. If/when they drop under 50 I may consider one but otherwise I'll explore alternatives.

These are the Gen 3 Iris version and have never been below £50 - do check Camelcamelcamel if unsure.

It's a duff deal, but a ban is a bit harsh! oO

Possibly my mistake but I thought it was Gen 3 although it may have been a 3rd party seller. Either way. under 50 quid and I'll be tempted but until then I'm saving my cash! I

Giving you a nudge - now £50.00! :)
WouterJ
^^ It's nearly at the £50 mark though?

Never realised that coloured light displays were sooo unpopular!
Must be the devil's own work judging from the voting on this thread.

This is surely a must have accessory for any hip home.
^^ It's nearly at the £50 mark though?

Never realised that coloured light displays were sooo unpopular!
Must be the devil's own work judging from the voting on this thread.
WouterJ
TimmyUK
Been watching these for a while and they've been around 58 for weeks now but were under 50 not so long ago. I doubt they're likely to ever shoot up to anything like RRP again somehow. If/when they drop under 50 I may consider one but otherwise I'll explore alternatives.

These are the Gen 3 Iris version and have never been below £50 - do check Camelcamelcamel if unsure.

It's a duff deal, but a ban is a bit harsh! oO

Possibly my mistake but I thought it was Gen 3 although it may have been a 3rd party seller. Either way. under 50 quid and I'll be tempted but until then I'm saving my cash! I
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Philips LivingColors Gen 3 Iris Clear £57.99@ Amazon.co.uk,free delivery

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LivingColors Iris. A timeless and distinctive design to complement your home interior. Just take the remote control, select one of the 16 million colours and enjoy.
jpmont Avatar3y, 9m agoFound 3 years, 9 months ago5 Comments
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powercell price is £55 ,but Seller Rating:96% positive over the past 12 months. (109 total ratings)
It might have 16 million colours but I can't get Brown on mine.
Sorry, but a little uplighter that flashes colours seems very 1970s or 1980s to me. If I decided I wanted an 'acid' themed party, I reckon I could get something out of B&M for under a tenner.
Better spend one more £1 and buy from Amazon :)
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SUPERB £249 Sony MDRDS6500 Digital Surround Headphones - Amazon Lightning Deal from 1pm today £146.00

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I updated my 5 year old Sony surround headphones (purchased in the USA) with these last summer at a bargain price of £120 from Amazon... any one who wants to see movies (Blu-ray in particular) or jus…
Nirm Avatar3y, 9m agoFound 3 years, 9 months ago6 Comments
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30% claimed (will never be sure how many that means), I think that was pretty good... shame I messed up the deal as it was NOT cold but definitely HOT!!!
I should have waited before posting the deal before a final price - nevertheless an excellent Lightning Deal price for just as excellent surround headphones 8)
maccalen
Would have been much better to wait until the deal is actually active
I agree... I do get the distinct feeling that a lot of Amazon deals are being slammed by the COLD crew because they are anti-Amazon. I'm always learning :|
Would have been much better to wait until the deal is actually active
I will tell my brother-in-law too!
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Full Sized - Philips LivingColors Gen 3 Iris Colour Changing Mood Lamp 210 Lumens with Remote Control £63.79 @ Amazon

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Low price for this latest Gen 3 full sized version. RRP is £160. The link has a table of all the different types available half way down the page.
Zuulan Avatar3y, 10m agoFound 3 years, 10 months ago7 Comments
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I bought for 49.99 free delyvery 2 weeks ago from play.com, seller DDL-Direct.
My son has always wanted one of these for his bedroom.
dcummin
ive got the orginal ones -keep falling over on the ricdoulous stands they come on - hope this model has improved on that

If you want to secure them try some of this Quake hold
Zuulan
mtc1
Good price for an excellent product, Hot. Was just over £50 a couple of weeks ago though.

Wasn't that for the 120 lumens Aura version?

It was this one, these are the details from the order

Items Ordered Price
2 of: Philips LivingColors Gen 3 Iris Clear 70999/60/PU Colour Changing Mood Lamp with Remote Control[Kitchen & Home]
Condition: New
Sold by: DDL-Direct UK (seller profile)
£49.99
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Item(s) Subtotal: £99.98
Postage & Packing: £4.05
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Total: £104.03
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Total for this Delivery: £104.03
ive got the orginal ones -keep falling over on the ricdoulous stands they come on - hope this model has improved on that
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Philips LivingColors Gen 3 LC Micro White 70018/31/PU Colour Changing Mood Lamp £29.99 delivered @ Amazon

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Note these are the micro size also available in black casing from drop down menu Don't forget double nectar points for Amazon at the moment as well Product Features Simply touch to sele…
sotv Avatar4y, 3w agoFound 4 years, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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I bought it for this price. Heat!

It's excellent for a mood lamp (red) especially towards the evening. Added plus is the adjustable colours. can't really see why one should buy the more pricey and bigger ones - sure they light up more, but brightness for a mood lamp is not really an issue unless you wish to push through bright ambient light.
Ray Davies
another pointless item that no one actually needs

COLD

If you were to reject everything on this site as being pointless, the site would become pointless. 99% of what we buy serves no point other than to make you or someone else happy.

mike
Why do people vote cold because they don't want the item? Isn't the point whether or not its a good deal in comparison to prices elsewhere?
Weird what makes some people feel.important.
Its a mini lamp, which means it is small and can be placed almost anywhere i.e. in corners, other side of a living room to provide ambient lighting - but it has downfalls of not having a remote control - so to change colour you have to swipe the colour panel on the lamp itself - and it does have a short power lead.
Im gonna order one of these as well so hardly pointless heat added
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INFORAD V4E Speed Camera Detector + battery £17.99 @ Amazon

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Hi there guys, I've been searching for a speed camera alerting device for a while now, I stumbled upon this great deal on Amazon, it is £2 cheaper than on the INFORAD website. INFORAD link:
kingboom4 Avatar4y, 4m agoFound 4 years, 4 months ago42 Comments
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great find, are these the ones halfords sell for about 25 quid? th only reason gball doesn't want one is because he drives a mobility scooter & can only go over 8mph when he finds a steep hill

Gball
Wow, this is humour to you? Bet you're a riot at a party!

well i'm off to a party tonight, i'd say come & find out but lets face it you'd need to have left yesterday to get there in time..
thepriceisgood
Better to find a lazer detector version imo but i think slightly illegal

No, camera detectors are totally legal in the UK see

http://www.speedcamerasuk.com/Legal.htm
t002236
I am sick to death of members pulling people up about their spelling and grammar. As this is an open forum it’s considered as impolite as shouting :p

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Can you SPELL it out for me please :)
I am sick to death of members pulling people up about their spelling and grammar. As this is an open forum it’s considered as impolite as shouting :p[/quote]
r u sik$ u b b8r l8r
Gball
You could just not speed and then you wouldn't need this device.

I guess that you must break all the speed limits, or you would not be looking at the comments here. :p
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