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Pink Fluffy Table Lamp and Stars Table Lamp £5.00 each @ e-on

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Pink Fluffy Table Lamp £5 https://www.eonshop.co.uk/ProductDetails.aspx?ProductCode=PFTLAMPPACK&Category=EnergySavingLighting Stars Table Lamp £5 https://www.eonshop.co.uk/P…
mackenfy Avatar4y, 2m agoFound 4 years, 2 months ago4 Comments
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Thanks. Ordered!
cool and yes joe i was thinking that - flaming heat :D
Looks flammable... HEAT!
Hot from me!
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24 hour Mechanical Timer was £7 now £3.50 @ e.on

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Automatically switches your appliances on The convenience of a manual override – switch things on without adjusting the timer settings LED indicator, showing when the power socket is activ…
movva Avatar4y, 2m agoFound 4 years, 2 months ago5 Comments
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I saw some in Ipswich B&Q today for £1.50. Don't know if available in other stores.
:( I wanted the TV power down plug but I'm no longer an E.on customer.

Can anyone recommend something else for the same price available to all?
I would not recommend the tv switch, I have one and my tv started playing up.

Would not turn on properly but after no using it for a few months it turns on first time, everytime.

The power led on the tv would just flash for a minute and not actually power up the screen.
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Philips Imageo LED Rechargeable Candle Lights £8.50 delivered @ Eon

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amazing price for these cheapest so far currently £20 on amazon
shadow1 Avatar4y, 2m agoFound 4 years, 2 months ago171 Comments
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Hi did anyone actaully recieve these? I have just loooked at my bank and seen that eon have refunded my money :( verysad as these were a cracking prezzie?
got two of the four packs i ordered so better than nothing i guess
tek-monkey
njmbtn
Yes, it says that this is a clear indicator in this grey area

The next bullet down also says that taking payment (which they have done) is also a sign of acceptance. However this isn't definite as T&Cs may stop this. Here they don't in this case I think as T&Cs have no mention of not accepting when EON take the payment.....

I may be wrong, but I thought unless a company specificaly stated that their email was formation of a contract then it reverted to the default status - contract formed on despatch of goods. As ShaunnyBwoy has commented from the link you posted this seems the norm?

Step three
The trader sends you an email that confirms your order. The email contains information about the terms and conditions saying ‘ACCEPTANCE: acceptance will take place when the goods are dispatched to you.’

You do not yet have a contract.

Step four
You receive an email a week later to say your goods have been sent to you.
Acceptance has taken place and you have a finalised contract.

Yes, it's really down to what the default status of when the contract is accepted. I'm not sure that this is on despatch - after all if this is the default then there would be no need for companies to write and quote T&Cs saying this and for the citizens advice site to say about the order receipt email explaining when acceptance takes place....

I'm no expert and clearly it's a grey area. Whatever happens, EON should update their website/emails etc to be clearer with T&Cs as most web sellers do.....
njmbtn
Yes, it says that this is a clear indicator in this grey area

The next bullet down also says that taking payment (which they have done) is also a sign of acceptance. However this isn't definite as T&Cs may stop this. Here they don't in this case I think as T&Cs have no mention of not accepting when EON take the payment.....

I may be wrong, but I thought unless a company specificaly stated that their email was formation of a contract then it reverted to the default status - contract formed on despatch of goods. As ShaunnyBwoy has commented from the link you posted this seems the norm?

Step three
The trader sends you an email that confirms your order. The email contains information about the terms and conditions saying ‘ACCEPTANCE: acceptance will take place when the goods are dispatched to you.’

You do not yet have a contract.

Step four
You receive an email a week later to say your goods have been sent to you.
Acceptance has taken place and you have a finalised contract.
Scratch that. I've found this:

CAB
Practical example – online contracts

Step one

You open a shopping website and go to the page on ‘kitchenware’ because you want to buy a toaster. The page displays lots of different toasters with prices and descriptions.

This is usually called an invitation to treat. The trader is inviting you to look at their goods. At this stage, they are not making you an offer.

Step two

You see a £10 toaster that you like, click on ‘add to shopping basket’ and go to the online checkout. You enter your bank details to pay for the toaster and are asked to tick a box saying you have read the terms and conditions.

You click ‘confirm’ to confirm your order.

By confirming your order, you are making an offer to the trader to buy the toaster for £10.

It is important for you to agree to the terms and conditions for a contract to be made.

Step three

The trader sends you an email that confirms your order. The email contains information about the terms and conditions saying ‘ACCEPTANCE: acceptance will take place when the goods are dispatched to you.’

You do not yet have a contract.


Step four

You receive an email a week later to say your goods have been sent to you.

Acceptance has taken place and you have a finalised contract.

Doesn't look positive.
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Magic Light – Gilbert the Bassett - £7.00 @ EON shop

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Another fantastic energy saving light from eon. Gilbert is every child's best friend as he looks great,easy to use and is a low energy LED light. ALL THIS AT A FANTASTIC PRICE MY KIDS LOVE IT.
lewisemma4 Avatar4y, 2m agoFound 4 years, 2 months ago4 Comments
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Looks fantastic. Its battery operated I assume? If so perfect as kids need night lightbut very few sockets in their room which would make this ideal.
looks lovely. ordered thank you
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Solar Powered Shed Light £6.00 @ E-ON Shop

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Great item at a fantastic price the cheapest i could find and requires no electrical instulation. and a bonus of free delivery.
lewisemma4 Avatar4y, 2m agoFound 4 years, 2 months ago37 Comments
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Good find Thanks op.
Got mine and the light is great! Well worth £6.
Has anyone received theirs yet?
Order Cheers for that, worth a try
Free returns if they are rubbish :)
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Free E.On Showersave

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E.On are offering their ShowerSave attachment for free, not even any delivery charges. The offer is limited to one per household. I have just ordered one but I have not yet received and used i…
c_h_r_i_s Avatar4y, 5m agoFound 4 years, 5 months ago5 Comments
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Thanks ordered one for my shower (already have on in main bathroom) and have high water pressure so no impact noticed.

Cheers OP
Got one fitted look at the bigger picture they will save you money. Also temperature is regulated been using one for a few years now. If you have poor water pressure don't bother or an electric shower don't bother but in the instructions tells you this. If you are on water meter get one.
watchcote
Don't bother, these things are rubbish! Severely reduce shower performance!

have to agree, wouldn't waste your time with it
Don't bother, these things are rubbish! Severely reduce shower performance!
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E-on TV PowerDown £3.00 delivered

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E.ON has a limited number of TV PowerDowns for only £3 each, saving you £15 off the retail price Key Features: - Auto-calibration system will only switch your boxes on/off when appropriate. At
ozodimal Avatar4y, 9m agoFound 4 years, 9 months ago16 Comments
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csiman
spammed as dupe

Already acknowledged, see post #3 above. Useful contributions here though, both pro and con. It would seem, as with so many other aspects of life, that this would seem to be an answer for some but not for others. Like ourdevonfamily, I don't have to;
think how many times you must turn your telly on and off in a day

because in my case it is once on/once off. The latter to date has been more correctly Standby, as with the other attendant devices. From now on, with the exception of the cable box, standby will mean Off!
mocmocamoc
So the people who have these, have you noticed a genuine reduction in your leccy bill?

As for people who are turning 7 hi-tech gadgets off with one of these, think how many times you must turn your telly on and off in a day, thats a surge your devices are not designed to take.

OurDevonFamily - You really must be wasting a lot of electricity everytime you turn your TV on, why when you turn on your TV are you booting up a hard drive or a selection of consoles? Surely it'd be cheaper to have them off and plug in when needed. Two PS3 chargers will use a good bit of juice for a start.


I use my tv now and agian at weekends, as I work away in the week. The PS3 chargers are for the remotes and the move remotes, normal devices people would have. Also I don't much care for monitorining the reduction in my bills, why have them on stanby when they're not being use for 5 -14 days?
So the people who have these, have you noticed a genuine reduction in your leccy bill?

As for people who are turning 7 hi-tech gadgets off with one of these, think how many times you must turn your telly on and off in a day, thats a surge your devices are not designed to take.

OurDevonFamily - You really must be wasting a lot of electricity everytime you turn your TV on, why when you turn on your TV are you booting up a hard drive or a selection of consoles? Surely it'd be cheaper to have them off and plug in when needed. Two PS3 chargers will use a good bit of juice for a start.
The point isn't turning the tv off... it's the other things, mine turns off a 6 gang socket with, PS3, Wii, two PS3 control chargers, external hard drive and DVD recorder. The sky box is in the always on socket, so in all it turns off 7 items, which would otherwise be on standby or on.
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TV PowerDown Energy Saving Plug for £3.00 Delivered (RRP £18) from e-on

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Cheaper than you can find it on Amazon and will save you money on your bills. Eliminating standby use in our homes is not always easy. That little red light on your television and home entertainm…
scouser100000 Avatar4y, 9m agoFound 4 years, 9 months ago9 Comments
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LongPockets

Luckily it doesn't matter, because the whole global warming panic is a fraud, designed by fake "scientists" to extract grant money from governments and supported by politicians who see opportunities to seize more control and to tax.
Jeez, sounds like you've spent a bit too much time Googling this. Relax - you'll live longer. (_;)
LongPockets

Luckily it doesn't matter, because the whole global warming panic is a fraud, designed by fake "scientists" to extract grant money from governments and supported by politicians who see opportunities to seize more control and to tax.


Tell that to the polar bears.
These will never recoup the energy they cost to make or the other resources, let alone the money. This is environment theatre. In fact, environment porn. Does more damage than it saves.

Luckily it doesn't matter, because the whole global warming panic is a fraud, designed by fake "scientists" to extract grant money from governments and supported by politicians who see opportunities to seize more control and to tax.
EDIT: Sorry scouser, I deleted that post and updated as I see the adapter has a 'Permanent On' socket for Sky. Thanks for the link mate.

Which 'Amazon' one are you referring to in the OP?

Remember also that the adapter itself uses electricity (approximately 0.5 watts). Many new TVs will use approximately 0.2 watts in Standby. So this unit will (when used with a newer type TV), actually use more power than you would if you'd simply left the TV on standby. However, if you're using the adapter to supply an electrical extension that will supply a number of other electrical items then obviously the 0.5 watts of the adapter will be less than the combined watts of ALL the appliances/devices etc. It has a 'Permanent On' socket for Sky etc as Sky comes out of Standby mode to record pre-timed events and the adapter requires an input (via your TV remote, Sky remote, DVD remote etc), in order to turn it on so if the Sky box is waking to record a pre-timed event, there will be no such remote activation.
Blasphemous
Which 'Amazon' one are you referring to in the OP?

Remember also that the adapter itself uses electricity (approximately 0.5 watts). Many new TVs will use approximately 0.2 watts in Standby. So this unit will (when used with a newer type TV), actually use more power than you would if you'd simply left the TV on standby. However, if you're using the adapter to supply an electrical extension that will supply a number of other electrical items then obviously the 0.5 watts of the adapter will be less than the combined watts of ALL the appliances/devices etc. What I'm not sure about is how this device would effect a Sky box ie could the Sky box still come out of Standby mode if connected to the adapter? The adapter requires an input (via your TV remote, Sky remote, DVD remote etc), in order to turn it on. If the Sky box is waking to record a pre-timed event, there will be no such remote activation.


http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B0075LK778/ref=sr_1_3_olp?ie=UTF8&qid=1330084366&sr=8-3&condition=new
£5.70 including p&p
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EON TV PowerDown £3.00 @ Eon Shop

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liminating standby use in our homes is not always easy. That little red light on your television and home entertainment additions such as surround sound amplifiers, DVD Players and games consoles are
MentaL Avatar4y, 10m agoFound 4 years, 10 months ago10 Comments
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People really struggle that much to hit the power button that there's actually a product that's been created to address this?


Home cinema systems and other stuff in and around the TV generally means most people will have more than one set of wall sockets or if you happen to have a socket in an inaccessible location then this sort of thing is quite handy.
My arms aint that long.
People really struggle that much to hit the power button that there's actually a product that's been created to address this?
Mind = blown.
Seriously.
We have one of these and while an easy way to turn off about 10 different bits by our TV it really isnt worth the 3quid as it can be a pain to turn on sometimes.
burn calories instead... get off your ^rse and switch the tv off at the mains...
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EON: TV Powerdown (Turns off extra equipment when TV is off) £3.00 inc Delivery

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EON are selling the TV Powerdown socket for £3.00 including delivery again! I've had one for a while, and it's fine - it turns off any additional home entertainment devices when you turn your TV
cramar Avatar4y, 11m agoFound 4 years, 11 months ago57 Comments
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Sentral
What evidence is there about keeping tv sets plugged in on standby?

evidence to show what? oO

Woops that didn't make sense...


pinocchio
The big screen TVs are better left in standby mode for the longevity of the internal power boards.
tehwabbit
These are up there with the "Anti-static bands" for cars and chocolate teapots!

Devices these days are designed to be kept on standby - and use minimal power (My power reader doesn't register a difference in cost if its unplugged or on standby!) - As somebody mentioned, sometimes keep turning these on and off can damage internal components!

You didn't mention what kind f devices you are talking about, cause the stand-by power consumption differs a lot! Your "power reader" should be called watt-meter, and read something, mine does this even for a phone charger.
Lot's of people seem to think stand-by power use is negligible, but it is not, and do not forget that it adds up as we are talking about at least 3 devices. Here are some real life measurements I took from some of my devices:
1. 32" LCD TV LG 32LH5000: 17W
2. 42" Plasma Panasonic TX-P42G20E: between 26 and 40W, it takes 26W even if you press the OFF buton in the back of the TV !
3. 32" LCD TV Samsung LC32C530: 16W
Sentral
What evidence is there about keeping tv sets plugged in on standby?


Normally a red LED
pawl
cramar
Link to free ShowerSave!

says not suitable for electric showers thought most people use electric showers these days


Where did you get that idea?
Sentral
What evidence is there about keeping tv sets plugged in on standby?

evidence to show what? oO
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Eco Friendly Table Lamps for EON customers only - £4.00 @ Eon Shop

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Just received an email from EON saying that they are giving away eco friendly table lamps but i think its only limited to eon customers.
hassanyaqoob Avatar4y, 11m agoFound 4 years, 11 months ago8 Comments
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Lamp £6 off Pink Fluffy table lamp & Stars table lamp

so lamp is £4 with the 'lamp' code!

:|
i think ive missed something here...
To buy this lamp at our exclusive price of £4, please enter promotion code "lamp" at the checkout.
KenM
So what's the promotion code then???

Lamp oO:D
So what's the promotion code then???
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TV PowerDown Intelliplug £3.00 @ eon shop

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1 per household. Eliminating standby use in our homes is not always easy. That little red light on your television and home entertainment additions such as surround sound amplifiers, DVD Players
brookheather Avatar5y, 5m agoFound 5 years, 5 months ago12 Comments
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This deal has been revived it seems, I have just bought one for £3.00 inc P&P. Go to the E on online shop to find them. I think they are a good deal, cheaper there than on e-bay!!.

A question too, If I turn off the freeview boxes & Sky boxes everynight how do I find out when they are due an update to the software that generally happens overnight( but not theyt often) ?
Cheers also.
Should be hotter than this.

£3.00 price tag includes delivery.
cheers
0.5 watts? uses more than my TV in standby cant see how that will save me anything?
Most TVs only use max of 2 watts on standby most now are 0.2 watt
Its only sky+ box,s that seem to use lot on stand by
But it may be worth having if you have AV amps ect but some of these savings on these devices are exaggerated


Edited By: 0scar222 on Jun 29, 2011 07:51: edit
pet2000
This product can pay for itself in less than two years of use.

£3 saving on your electricity bill over 2 years?


They were referring to the original price of £18 and not £3
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Automatic TV Power Down - £3.00 @ EON Shop

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E.ON has a limited number of TV PowerDowns available for £3 each - saving you £15 off the retail price * Automatically switches off all the home entertainment
Champ2007 Avatar5y, 6m agoFound 5 years, 6 months ago60 Comments
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i just bought one of this product but mine is acting funny that whenever i switched off my tv into standby, they all cut off within 20 secs which great but it takes ages b4 they could be back on which is why i dont understand, does anyone has similar problem as me? or hw long do i have 2 wait before i switch the tv back on, plz assist, tanx
Mine finally arrived today and realised its not quite gonna do the job i need it too :( (Atleast it was only £3).
I've just spent an evening trying to set it up, without success. Grr. Let's see how good the manufacturers customer support is.
synergy
Keep getting messaging saying "We were unable to process your order due to technical difficulties. Please try again later, alternatively call 0845 217 7922 to place your order."


Sholan
Ive have one of these and it works great, makes a real difference when you plugin media players and other stuff. They also do a Desktop PowerDown for your PC with built in anti surge which also works great, but cheaper on eBay.



I have just called them and ordered one, wouldn't let me order one online
skm21
i got 3 of these FREE!! from my local fire station.

You didn't get them for free, you and everyone else pays for them on their electricity bills.

"The government’s Cert requires suppliers with more than 50,000 customers – currently only British Gas, EDF, E.on, Npower, Scottish & Southern and Scottish Power – to help customers install energy-saving measures, such as insulation.

Read more: http://www.metro.co.uk/news/818964-free-low-energy-light-bulbs-cost-homeowners-an-average-of-45#ixzz1MZFvQGXy"

Eon are forced to supply crap like this and we are forced to pay for it.
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Free E.On TV Powerdown Plug - £3.00 Delivered @ E.On Shop

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This powerdown plug will switch off multiple pieces of equipment when you switch off the main one - the TV. The £3 is for delivery. You don't have to be a customer of E.On. I use one
SuffolkSilver Avatar5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago5 Comments
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Nice copy from MSE!!! ;)
These are great I have two of them
vicknanth
i got one free from here
ok but Where's 'here'
i got one free from here
npower give these out for free
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Free E ON Shower Save @ E ON Shop

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Eon Showersave device # Creates a constant flow rate of 7.6 litres per minute # Less water used, means less energy used to heat the water up # Easy to fit between your shower and hose - no pl…
lumac999 Avatar5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago14 Comments
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Thanks
in coventry, theres a group called 'tap into savings' and they'll give you a mira eco showerhead for free.
but thats only for power showers.
deanos
Dave
Someone's gotta be making a fair whack from these things. Everyone's giving them away and yet they don't work on most showers
They do it because they can claim carbon credits for everyone they give away :)Even i have to give them to customers got a box full in the back of my van

are the "carbon credits" redeemable in say nectar points lol
Lorian
Worth repeating their note of caution"Please note: NOT SUITABLE for electric showers "

Thanks for that! Was actualy thinking how this would work on electric showers as the flow rate ideally should not change as this would cause the heating element to over heat damage it.
This deal again? ...really?
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Free Eon Showersave

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Don't think you need to be an Eon customer Want to save money and still be able to have an enjoyable shower? The E.ON ShowerSave could save you up to £40* a year on your utility bills. It…
Jimmy67 Avatar6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago8 Comments
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Is this the equivalent of using your thumb to reduce the pressure as well? Hmmm...

Next they may hand out a free plastic bucket to hold your water.

State of the art bathtub. Put your water it and use a jug to wash.
scottg
G0OSE
'It uses unique state-of-the-art flow regulator technology'
OR you could just not turn the taps on full........which is essentially what this device does - slows the flow through a smaller hole.
'il use it on the bath it will save me a fortune lol'
It won't save you a single penny if you fill the bath up to the same level as you did without, it doesn't make water cheaper - it just uses less in showers, only because less water comes out though, and the powerful shower you had will be reduced to a light rain!



No sense of humour me thinks!

was thinking that myself :)
G0OSE
'It uses unique state-of-the-art flow regulator technology'
OR you could just not turn the taps on full........which is essentially what this device does - slows the flow through a smaller hole.
'il use it on the bath it will save me a fortune lol'
It won't save you a single penny if you fill the bath up to the same level as you did without, it doesn't make water cheaper - it just uses less in showers, only because less water comes out though, and the powerful shower you had will be reduced to a light rain!




No sense of humour me thinks!
'It uses unique state-of-the-art flow regulator technology'
OR you could just not turn the taps on full........which is essentially what this device does - slows the flow through a smaller hole.
'il use it on the bath it will save me a fortune lol'
It won't save you a single penny if you fill the bath up to the same level as you did without, it doesn't make water cheaper - it just uses less in showers, only because less water comes out though, and the powerful shower you had will be reduced to a light rain!



Edited By: G0OSE on Sep 26, 2010 10:22: .
il use it on the bath it will save me a fortune lol
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Desktop or TV PowerDowns for E.ON customers - £3.00 each only

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A head up for E.ON customers. E.ON are having a 10:10 Summer Sale for customers and have reduced their Desktop and TV PowerDowns from £15/£16 respectively to £3 each only. Delivery is free.
amdg Avatar6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago12 Comments
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yeah my parents had something similar done a while back if i remember correctly.
tek-monkey
Just to add, they will be laying 200mm of insulation in the loft and blowing some sort of polystyrene type beads into the walls. No idea if beads are good or bad, but apparently my extension has zero insulation at present so it'll help! The cost is £640ish but will all be covered by a grant.
Just to add, they will be laying 200mm of insulation in the loft and blowing some sort of polystyrene type beads into the walls. No idea if beads are good or bad, but apparently my extension has zero insulation at present so it'll help! The cost is £640ish but will all be covered by a grant.
tek-monkey
My flatmate lost his job, so as he now gets housing benefit he can claim to have my house insulated. It doesn't matter who owns the property it seems, as long as one person living there gets benefits of some sort (almost any IIRC). There are also grants available even if you don't claim benefits, not sure how much though.

Can't remember who I applied through, may have been these: http://www.cheapinsulation.co.uk/


Thanks :)
simplyjimbo
these were free a while ago. As you could expect they then started to appear on ebay in the boxes of various quantities

+1. My local Sainsburys had an instore promotion on these a few months back, fill in a coupon on the spot and get one handed out free.
My flatmate lost his job, so as he now gets housing benefit he can claim to have my house insulated. It doesn't matter who owns the property it seems, as long as one person living there gets benefits of some sort (almost any IIRC). There are also grants available even if you don't claim benefits, not sure how much though.

Can't remember who I applied through, may have been these: http://www.cheapinsulation.co.uk/
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Wind Up LED Waterproof Torch £4.90 delivered @ Eon shop

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This handy wind-up torch is ideal for camping, car and emergency use as it requires no batteries and is waterproof up to 5 metres. It has 3 super-bright LED lights and a 320 degree twistable head for
MikeT Avatar6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago2 Comments
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Looks good. I get a price of £7. Am I missing something?
Are you winding us up? X)
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EON Plug-in Timers Only £1.00 With Delivery!!

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First one so be nice =] Just got a letter through the post about economy7 stuff, further down you can get a plug-in timer for £1 (Limited to 5 per household) So i put 5 in my basket £25 altogether en…
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they arrived about a week ago, nice quality, got them hooked up to table lamps.
same here, card charged, waiting delivery, no heard from them....
Northerndave;7608172
Just noticed the 0800 number, rep left and thanks


cheers, I'm a big fan of sayno to 0870 - rang some number on there and the girl at the end found the 0800 number for the shop for me - I tell them my phone is blocked for 0845 numbers, wish I could block it actually:- had to use one via 18185 yesterday because ACER repairs despatch have no normal number aledgedly Grrrrrrr. Not that it matters much now because DHL have stolen my PC. Oh god I'm rambling this is what buying at Comet does to you...
My 1 turned up about 1 week after ordering.
chalkysoil;7582318
ordered mine on the 15th. ( just gone midnight, still in stock on the website at that time) Just phoned them up 0800 3287126. They are out of stock until sometime in February, even though the money has been taken from the credit cards. Given the option to cancel the order or wait. No explaination as to why they couldn't have emailed me with a progress report. Daresay they will arrive in time for next xmas's fairy lights.


Just noticed the 0800 number, rep left and thanks
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Dusk to Dawn Teardrop Nightlights £5.99 DELIVERED @ Eon (with voucher code)

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Normally £8.00 but £5.99 with the following code D1032 These nightlights not only provide stylish low energy lighting but they also automatically switch themselves on at dusk and off at dawn. Ideal…
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bought 2 of these from tescos for £2.99 each the other day (instore) really good.


That's great. I've ordered them. They look good but it's good to hear from someone who has them.
bought 2 of these from tescos for £2.99 each the other day (instore) really good.
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