Glimma 100 pack tea light candles only £1.69 (1.6p each) instore @ Ikea-4 hour burn - HotUKDeals
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Ikea are selling a big pack of tea lights at £1.69 for 100. These have a 4 hour burn and are excellent quality, not like the cheapies from the cheaper shops that burn within a couple of hours.
~Works out at 1.6p each!!.....to make it clearer for some people!
Instore only, so stock up.
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#1
how romantic on a cold night mmmmmmmmmm
#2
LOUGHBORO GUY
how romantic on a cold night mmmmmmmmmm

mmmmmmmmmm yes they are, but also on the practical side they are ideal if we get a power cut which is quite possible with the way the weather is at the moment, and also to save on electicity cost with lights on all the time. Just remember guys not to leave them unattended.
#3
Thanks. Need lots of these for my wedding reception. Bargain. Heat added.
#4
It's not 0.016p each it's £0.016 or 1.6p each.

Decent price though.
1 Like #5
NotMyRealName
It's not 0.016p each it's £0.016 or 1.6p each.Decent price though.

Your point is exactly??????? As I said 0.016p each=1.6p...........:|
Edited title so its easier for some people to understand....

Edited By: aliandk on Dec 04, 2010 15:35: x
#6
aliandk
NotMyRealName
It's not 0.016p each it's £0.016 or 1.6p each.Decent price though.
Your point is exactly??????? As I said 0.016p each=1.6p...........:|

oO
#7
Kaz2314
aliandk
NotMyRealName
It's not 0.016p each it's £0.016 or 1.6p each.Decent price though.
Your point is exactly??????? As I said 0.016p each=1.6p...........:|
oO

I know....some people hey???
[helper]#8
Thank you. Time to stock up. Think these are normally £1.99. And I agree they are the best tea lights around.
#10
aliandk
NotMyRealName
It's not 0.016p each it's £0.016 or 1.6p each.Decent price though.

Your point is exactly??????? As I said 0.016p each=1.6p...........:|
Edited title so its easier for some people to understand....

No, 0.016p isn't 1.6p, it's 0.016p.

Anyway, they're actually 1.7p each.
#11
Asda have bags of 100 tealights for £1.99 or 2 bags (200 tealights) for £3.
#12
Hot, was planning on going to Ikea tomorrow anyway, will have to look out for these.


Would be a real bargain is they actually were 0.016p each. You'd get about 120 of them for 2p :)

Edited By: monkeydogcat on Dec 04, 2010 19:18
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aliandk
Kaz2314
aliandk
NotMyRealName
It's not 0.016p each it's £0.016 or 1.6p each.Decent price though.
Your point is exactly??????? As I said 0.016p each=1.6p...........:|
oO


I know....some people hey???


I think the oO was at your thinking that £0.016 & 0.016 were the same........

And that was my point, they are not the same.
#14
Bloody hell ... £1.69/100=0.0169! Which is 1.69pence. Or 1.7p....What's the problem here?

Edited By: aliandk on Dec 04, 2010 19:53
2 Likes #15
The problem is you lack of understanding and your attitude to a simple correction of the error made.

If you put a £ before 0.016 is not the same as if you put a penny after 0.016 (unless you do both which there is no need to do i.e. £0.016p)

£0.016 = 1.6p

0.016p = 16 thousandths of a penny, NOT 1.6p
#16
or to put it another way 0.016p = £0.0016
#17
I give up......,it's 100 candles for £1.69p so it's a great deal!
I am going to get an anadin as my head has been done in oO
#18
aliandk
I give up......,it's 100 candles for £1.69p so it's a great deal!
I am going to get an anadin as my head has been done in oO


perhaps it may be easier to understand if someone else tries explaining it with an alternative method.

if i said there was a box of wood, which weighs 100 tonnes, this wouldnt be the same as if i said it weighed 100 gramms would it? the format of the weight is what matters.

the same goes for pence and pound. £1 is not 1p, it is 100p
so 0.016p is not the same as £0.016 as the format of the number has changed. You adding a penny to the end denotes that it is 100 times cheaper than it actually is.

based on your logic you could buy a car worth £3,000 for 3,000p which is £3

As with everything in life context alters things.
#19
Does it really matter???? I think people can work it out for themselves what £1.69 is divided by 100. I wish I hadn't stated the unit price. This post should be about the deal not about the mathematics of it all.
#20
i had no elec for 3 days last week! will be buying thse
#21
Jumpingphil
OK Carlos, final offer, I'll give you £9.00 for each lot.
How many do you want to sell?


I'll take you up on that offer at £9

Sadly because of the excessive weight of 3000 pennies, my P&P charges are £30 for this item

Please confirm how many sets of 3000 pennies you would like to purchase
#22
[quote=Jumpingphil]I'll take 10 lots please.
I'll be down your way the first week of January so will pick up then.
Please PM your address and what time wold be more convenient for you.[/quot

I've recently moved to Qatar in support of their World Cup stadium bid, hence having such a large number of pennies to try and get rid of (M&S wouldn't exchange coppers for the Qatar Riyal)

I'm based in Doha and can meet you at the stadium if that would be easiest?

Here some pictures to help you find it: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=453336

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