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Gioteck Reak Triggers for the PS3 sixaxis controller. 2.53 delivered

How many times have your fingers slipped off either the L2 or R2 and ALWAYS at a crucial moment in the game! Real Triggers put a stop to that happening ever again! Simply put, if you use a Sony PS3 Controller and your serious about your gaming you should use these.
Package Contents: 1 pair of real triggers.


Note: Price does not include £2.03 delivery. Total = £2.53
- williamj1
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#1
Edited Description in OP for you.

Doesn't include the £2.03 shipping charge, so cold from me. Was £2 inc delivery just last week.

link - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Gioteck-REAL-Triggers-Real-PS3/dp/B001AW156U/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1297975610&sr=8-1


Edited By: williamj1 on Feb 17, 2011 20:53: 1
#2
These? - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Gioteck-REAL-Triggers-Real-PS3/dp/B001AW156U/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&s=videogames&qid=1297975618&sr=8-9

+£2.03 delivery and not fulfilled by Amazon.

They're great though I give you that.

Edit: Sniped


Edited By: JasonAJB on Feb 17, 2011 20:49
#3
Transform a PS3 pad. Hot.
#4
Bluedusk
Transform a PS3 pad. Hot.


The product itself hot yes, but the price isn't. Your voting on the deal, not rating the product.

Edited By: williamj1 on Feb 17, 2011 21:05
#5
williamj1
Bluedusk
Transform a PS3 pad. Hot.


The product itself hot yes, but the price isn't. Your voting on the deal, not rating the product.

Were are they cheaper?
#6
Bluedusk
williamj1
Bluedusk
Transform a PS3 pad. Hot.


The product itself hot yes, but the price isn't. Your voting on the deal, not rating the product.

Were are they cheaper?


They were £2 last week, and £1.50 in HMV before that.
#7
Great product, they much improve the PS3 pad, bought a set of these as soon as i got my PS3 few years back
#8
williamj1
Bluedusk
Transform a PS3 pad. Hot.


The product itself hot yes, but the price isn't. Your voting on the deal, not rating the product.
No! He's voting how HE wants to vote. If that goes against your wishes then that's tough. I'm sick and tired of the 'Voting Police' on here TRYING to tell people how they have to vote. It's a free country, it's a free vote, people WILL vote how they please. If you don't like it get Admin to change the process.

Edited By: Blasphemous on Feb 17, 2011 22:03
#9
Don't bother these snap easily, i don't even play that often, i have gone through three sets.
#10
Blasphemous
williamj1
Bluedusk
Transform a PS3 pad. Hot.


The product itself hot yes, but the price isn't. Your voting on the deal, not rating the product.
No! He's voting how HE wants to vote. If that goes against your wishes then that's tough. I'm sick and tired of the 'Voting Police' on here TRYING to tell people how they have to vote. It's a free country, it's a free vote, people WILL vote how they please. If you don't like it get Admin to change the process.


Fine, but are you therefore saying if a product is overpriced and cheaper elsewhere, it is acceptable to vote hot as it's a good product? Isn't the purpose of the site "Hot UK Deals" supposed to identify hot prices (or good deals) of products and not to rate them?

I don't mean to cause offence or be controlling etc, so sorry for that. I just thought it seemed silly to vote and rate a deal based on it being a good product?
#11
williamj1
Blasphemous
williamj1
Bluedusk
Transform a PS3 pad. Hot.
The product itself hot yes, but the price isn't. Your voting on the deal, not rating the product.
No! He's voting how HE wants to vote. If that goes against your wishes then that's tough. I'm sick and tired of the 'Voting Police' on here TRYING to tell people how they have to vote. It's a free country, it's a free vote, people WILL vote how they please. If you don't like it get Admin to change the process.
Fine, but are you therefore saying if a product is overpriced and cheaper elsewhere, it is acceptable to vote hot as it's a good product? Isn't the purpose of the site "Hot UK Deals" supposed to identify hot prices (or good deals) of products and not to rate them? I don't mean to cause offence or be controlling etc, so sorry for that. I just thought it seemed silly to vote and rate a deal based on it being a good product?
But I cant see it cheaper anywhere else today.
#12
williamj1
Fine, but are you therefore saying if a product is overpriced and cheaper elsewhere, it is acceptable to vote hot as it's a good product? Isn't the purpose of the site "Hot UK Deals" supposed to identify hot prices (or good deals) of products and not to rate them?

I don't mean to cause offence or be controlling etc, so sorry for that. I just thought it seemed silly to vote and rate a deal based on it being a good product?
William, thank you for the manner in which you have responded and indeed I actually agree with your view that it is 'silly' that voting and rating of deals is based solely upon the product. I fully support the idea of members reporting 'hot deals' but, a deal is only hot if the product/service is good and the company supplying those product/services is reputable. People giving an opinion/review of deals posted here is, in my opinion, invaluable to the whole process. An example, someone may find a product at a 'hot' price (cheapest ANYWHERE). They post the deal here and members vote on that deal. Some members vote hot, some vote cold. Some however give a review of the company selling the product. The company (in their experience), has given poor service and so they have voted 'the cheapest price available for this product', COLD! And I would argue, that that is EXACTLY what we want to read/know. Comments/reviews are vital to give an over view of the deal as a whole (the product and the company selling the product). There will however always be those that vote HOT/COLD based on nothing. They simple choose to hit a particular button!

Thank you once again for your attitude to my comment william. Best wishes to you.
#13
Blasphemous
williamj1
Fine, but are you therefore saying if a product is overpriced and cheaper elsewhere, it is acceptable to vote hot as it's a good product? Isn't the purpose of the site "Hot UK Deals" supposed to identify hot prices (or good deals) of products and not to rate them?

I don't mean to cause offence or be controlling etc, so sorry for that. I just thought it seemed silly to vote and rate a deal based on it being a good product?
William, thank you for the manner in which you have responded and indeed I actually agree with your view that it is 'silly' that voting and rating of deals is based solely upon the product. I fully support the idea of members reporting 'hot deals' but, a deal is only hot if the product/service is good and the company supplying those product/services is reputable. People giving an opinion/review of deals posted here is, in my opinion, invaluable to the whole process. An example, someone may find a product at a 'hot' price (cheapest ANYWHERE). They post the deal here and members vote on that deal. Some members vote hot, some vote cold. Some however give a review of the company selling the product. The company (in their experience), has given poor service and so they have voted 'the cheapest price available for this product', COLD! And I would argue, that that is EXACTLY what we want to read/know. Comments/reviews are vital to give an over view of the deal as a whole (the product and the company selling the product). There will however always be those that vote HOT/COLD based on nothing. They simple choose to hit a particular button!

Thank you once again for your attitude to my comment william. Best wishes to you.


I'm glad we agree. It is very true, a hot deal is no use unless the product is good to begin with :P I hadn't thought of it like that.

Cheers man :)
#14
How many times have your fingers slipped off either the L2 or R2 and ALWAYS at a crucial moment in the game!.......never :s

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