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Euler's Disc £21.99 Delivered + 10% Quidco

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8y, 11m agoFound 8 years, 11 months ago
This is the amazing spinning disc that makes light dance. It spins for more than a minute, very noisily, giving off wonderful reflections when the light is right. Gradually the oscillations become faster and faster until they are no more than vibrations. And then, unimaginably suddenly, everything stops. All observers are transfixed.

P.S. I borrowed the picture from Hawkin's Bazaar. They sell it too, but don't do quidco and I think charge for P&P.
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#1
[SIZE="2"]Below is a link to youtube so you can see it in action!
http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=eulers+disc[/SIZE]

[SIZE="2"]I can't get a direct link to the product page so until I can, the direct link is below.[/SIZE]
http://www.stocking-fillers.co.uk/find/product-is-04349
#2
How do you get free P&P? It's coming up as £3.99. :thinking:
#3
windhoek
P.S. I borrowed the picture from Hawkin's Bazaar. They sell it too, but don't do quidco and I think charge for P&P.

I've just noticed the sender of my registration confirmation email and it's Hawkin's Bazaar - they're the same company! :?

Any news on the free P&P? :whistling:
#4
[SIZE="2"]Ahh, I see what you mean about the P&P. When I put it in my basket, it said £17.99 inclding VAT and Del. Only when I tried to checkout this morning did it say anything about a delivery charge of £3.99.

I phoned them this morning and they said that the stated price of £17.99 should not have included delivery - this was a website error.

They said that as a goodwill gesture they would only charge £1.99 for delivery, but would not sell it for £17.99 including delivery.

I'm really sorry about this, their website was wrong and it now seems that the actual price is £21.98 deliverd plus 10% quidco.[/SIZE]
#5
I got one of these a few years ago and unfortunately its a lot less interesting than the description. Everyone I showed it to just said "so is that it?".

Its just like spinning a coin on a table, only it lasts a bit longer. There's certainly no exciting holographic light show. If you shine a spotlight on it it kind of shines back colours a bit like shining a light on a cd - but thats it.

I wouldn't recommend it to anyone - and I normally really like pointless gadgets.

Of course this is just my opinion - other people might think its the best thing ever (mine went to the tip a few weeks ago when I cleared the loft out).
#6
windhoek
[SIZE="2"]Ahh, I see what you mean about the P&P. When I put it in my basket, it said £17.99 inclding VAT and Del. Only when I tried to checkout this morning did it say anything about a delivery charge of £3.99.

I phoned them this morning and they said that the stated price of £17.99 should not have included delivery - this was a website error.

They said that as a goodwill gesture they would only charge £1.99 for delivery, but would not sell it for £17.99 including delivery.

I'm really sorry about this, their website was wrong and it now seems that the actual price is £21.98 deliverd plus 10% quidco.[/SIZE]

No worries - thanks for the reply. :) I'm going to buy it anyway, I just thought my luck was in to find a deal with no P&P! :-D I'll try ringing them now to see if they offer the £1.99.
#7
[SIZE="2"]Good luck T--J :thumbsup:

Remember though, if they don't budge on the P&P, buy it online via quidco and you'll save about £2 anyway.[/SIZE]
#8
Pah, they wouldn't budge and the first girl I spoke to was as think as *bleep*. :x The second guy I spoke to admitted it was a fault on the site but they weren't prepared to honour it or offer any goodwill gesture so I told them they'd be in trouble with trading standards for deception and there's no way I'd be placing an order with them!! :oops: :lol:

I'm new to this site and hadn't heard of quidco - by the sounds of it, you all think it's well worth it then? :-D How do you register each sale? If you have to go via their site each time, I'd be worried that I forget because my memory is terrible! :roll:
#9
[SIZE="2"]Bad luck T--J about not getting half-price P&P.
Anyway, about quidco, I recommend it. I'm not really able to describe it very well so below is a link to their website where they tell you everything you need to know. It is a reliable site and is, I believe, a sister company of HUKD.

I've certainly saved a few quid sice I joined and I'm sure all members of this site who have joined quidco would recommend it too.[/SIZE]
http://www.quidco.com/help/
#10
Thanks windhoek, I'll look into it.

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