Finish Quantumatic starter kit lemon was £9.99 now £2.49 @ sainsburys - HotUKDeals
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Picked up few at sainsburys instore. Was bargain using £5 off coupon on top of sale price :)

product description from website:

NEW QUANTUMATIC Amazing Shine & Clean, Automatically.

Automatic Detergent Dispenser System.

NEW Refillable automatic detergent dispenser.

Amazing shine and clean for 12 washes, automatically.

Finish QuantuMatic is a revolutionary new detergent dispenser system that automatically releases detergent for 12 washes. Simply clip the dispenser on to the rack of your dishwasher and after 12 washes, replace the refill.

Amazing shine on all dishes.

Power cleaning, even on baked-on stains.

12 washes automatically without refilling.

Intelligent counter shows the number of washes left.

Finish No. 1 RECOMMENDED*.

FINISH is the most recommended brand by leading dishwasher manufacturers.


1 x QuantuMatic Refill = 177 g e.

Ingredients

15-30% Phosphates, 5-15% Polycarboxylates, Non-Ionic Surfactants, Oxygen Based Bleaching Agents, <5% Phosphonates, Enymes (Protease, Amylase), Perfume.
Preparation

1 Put the refill in, the right way up.

2 Close the lid of the QuantuMatic until it clicks.

3 Clip QuantuMatic on the rack, ensuring it is upright.

Do not use short cycles or "rinse only" cycles.

Expert advice from Finish for best results.

Hard water causes limescale, spots and water marks on your dishes and glasses. Hard water may reduce the efficiency of your dishwasher. The built-in salt and rinse aid functions of Finish QuantuMatic are effective in soft, medium and hard water up to 26°e of hardness. Your dishwasher will work perfectly, even if the rinse aid or salt warning light comes on. If you live in an extremely hard water region, you can further improve your dishwasher's performance by adding Finish Salt and Finish Rinse Aid. Remove QuantuMatic from your machine before using dishwasher cleaner.

IRRITANT.
Risk of serious damage to eyes. In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice. Wear eye/face protection. If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately and show this container or label. This material and its container must be disposed of in a safe way. Packaging to be recycled only if emptied completely. Contains protease. May produce an allergic reaction.
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1 Like #1
I guess it's cheap with the voucher but otherwise i don't really think the product is actually that good... just my opinion though.
#2
good deal, ...shame I just used my last coupon at asda lol
#3
can i use my coupon as well and get some other shopping and it will still take the fiver off?
#4
should have been 8p if u used the £5 off voucher because it's £5.08
1 Like #5
what coupons?
#6
nicster08
should have been 8p if u used the £5 off voucher because it's £5.08


total for 2 of these would be £4.98, not 5.08
#7
nicster08
should have been 8p if u used the £5 off voucher because it's £5.08

They have lemon one on sale at £2.49 apart from some others at half price of £5.08
#8
To be honest, this works very well - but it's just too expensive even at this price. Normal Finish all-in-one tablets only work out at about 10p each yet these are more than double that even when on offer.


Edited By: Dilbert on May 02, 2011 21:49
#9
Coupons here
Click

Edited By: G0OSE on May 02, 2011 22:14
#10
A LOT more expensive than the stuff from ALDI, LIDL, NETTO.
I don't know why anyone even bothers with it.
#11
Dilbert
To be honest, this works very well - but it's just too expensive even at this price. Normal Finish all-in-one tablets only work out at about 10p each yet these are more than double that even when on offer.
yep agree the only way they will ever shift these is with the vouchers and price reduction combined, its not that difficult to unwrap a tablet rather than pay at least 50% more
#12
Pluun
A LOT more expensive than the stuff from ALDI, LIDL, NETTO.
I don't know why anyone even bothers with it.


Me too. It's a solution looking for a problem that doesn't exist.
If dishwashers had been invented like this and they had just brought out putting a tablet under a flap we would all think what a marvellous step forward it was.

LIDL and ALDI's own tablets are fine and about £5.6p a wash.

I have never believed in tablets with built in salt, the salt you put in the dishwasher doesn't actually go into the wash water, it is used as a saturated saline solution to reset the zeolite resin bed (ion exchanger) in the water softener.

Edited By: snapdragon on May 02, 2011 23:14
#13
Like others bought 4 of these with Vouchers but really they are an expensive an unnecessary solution to dish washing; ant the dispenser takes up at least a dirty mug's worth of space!

Mottmania
#14
I have never believed in tablets with built in salt, the salt you put in the dishwasher doesn't actually go into the wash water, it is used as a saturated saline solution to reset the zeolite resin bed (ion exchanger) in the water softener.


oO
#15
I have some of these and I don't like them. Was there really room in the market for something that replaces such a simple proceedure? No wonder they are so cheap.
#16
These were fantastic when Tesco was paying us 15p to take them away (recent demised DTD scheme), AND we were using the £5 coupon off aswell as the DTD was by way of voucher after the fact.

Now they are just expensive gimmicks.

Good job I still have 5 of them for free! keep me going for a few weeks.
#17
snapdragon


I have never believed in tablets with built in salt, the salt you put in the dishwasher doesn't actually go into the wash water, it is used as a saturated saline solution to reset the zeolite resin bed (ion exchanger) in the water softener.

It's built in "salt action" not built in salt, think something that binds to the hard water ions so they can't use up the detergent.

But salt in the salt compartment is still much better, apart from anything else the dose can be adjusted on the dishwasher to suit the actual hard water in your area. And the water is softened in all parts of the wash cycle (including the rinse), not just the main wash.

Same with rinse aid, separate is better. It's meant to go in during the final rinse, but for tablets with built in "rinse aid action", the tablet gets rinsed out of the water at the end of the wash so it's not doing anything for the rinse where it's actually needed.

Anyway I don't see the point in these dispenser kits either when every dishwasher has it's own perfectly good dispenser system, the place you stick the powder or tablet. And using that the dishwasher itself can actually choose the best time in the wash to add the detergent.
2 Likes #18
Are you saying its £2.49 without a voucher?
#19
i have chronic arthritis and these were actually great for me, the fiddling with the flap and the wrappers was a nuisance but easier than the washing of dishes by hand. for one a 8p with the coupon off full price is still good for me and three at 2.49 with the fiver off is still good for me. no pain no gain but would rather be without the pain!
#20
doublekite
Are you saying its £2.49 without a voucher?

yes it is 2.49 without voucher. You can potentially get two of these free with voucher

Edited By: sach1636 on May 03, 2011 13:50
#21
I tried using one of those vouchers at the self serve till at Sainsburys when they were £5.08 and it wouldn't let me use it!!

Edited By: Jayo on May 03, 2011 14:29
#22
went sainsbury 2day and had the voucher, the finish quantumatic starter thing was £5.08 but shelf was empty, they had next 2 it the same thing but lemon n that was £4.95 i think n i used my voucher on that and got the extra few pence off my shopping. sainbury r crap n the prices on the website 2day didn't match wot was in store. n anything that was cheap or on offer was none left, that was marsh mills.
#23
eljoeyo
went sainsbury 2day and had the voucher, the finish quantumatic starter thing was £5.08 but shelf was empty, they had next 2 it the same thing but lemon n that was £4.95 i think n i used my voucher on that and got the extra few pence off my shopping. sainbury r crap n the prices on the website 2day didn't match wot was in store. n anything that was cheap or on offer was none left, that was marsh mills.


You're lucky that they gave the extra few pence off... when i used one on self service tills at sainsburys they typed in the exact price of the item instead of £5 :p
#24
£5.08 now
#25
Hi, I used a different email address and printed off a few extra vouchers. Have just been to asda and this unit is reduced to £3, so went to self serve checkout with 2 units and 2 coupons and got a few other bits for pennies.. Make sure its the unit that has the bar code 501141755166. Enjoy!!
#26
Used first token at asda for £5 off starter kit = Free
Then used another one at Tesco,offers were £6 for 2 refills,so £5 off, cost me £1 , great deal :)
Morrissons are charging £10+ for starter kits

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