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Hisense 40'' 4K UHD Smart LED TV [Grey] £279.00 @ Hughes Direct via Amazon [£269 Direct from Hughes]

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Fitting 4 times the amount of pixels into the same space as a 1080p television, the Hisense LTDN40K321 delivers the most up to date modern technology within a slim and stylish and great value package.…
FantasyDeals Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago26 Comments
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What's the smallest UHD TV available? Samsung also do a 40" but I haven't found anything smaller.
I need to have one on my desk (I write software for stbs), but a 40" monitor 2 feet from your face is unpleasant.
OperateOnMe
There is just not enough 4k content to justify buying such a TV, its like all those daft ****** that brought 3D even HD TVs when there was hardly any 3D/HD content. Obviously now its different but is that TV up to standard????? A lot of people missed out with HD-ready TVs, 720p TVs and digital TVs with the wrong hardware. Let it become mainstream and enough content available before buying, otherwise you will have unclear images watch S and HD on a 4K TV. Gullible

It is now an ideal time to buy a 1080i/p HD TV!


​I love my 3d Sony TV thanks..... Also it's much cheaper than any other branded non smart 4k tv...... So your logic is zero....
stustaff
Adaptive contrast can be way too sensitive depending on room position eg window light.
To be honest though it should really be turned off anyway then set picture to how you want it.
Selecting "off" made absolutely no difference on my set which is why I believed it to be faulty.
So going by comments above it seems these TV's have so called "picture enhancements" that cannot be switched off?

That's one thing that would annoy me to the max, contrast and backlight setting constantly adjusting themselves with changing picture content.
Adaptive contrast can be way too sensitive depending on room position eg window light.

To be honest though it should really be turned off anyway then set picture to how you want it.
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AEG AG3013 Ergorapido 2-in-1 Cordless Li-Ion Vacuum Cleaner, 18 V - Tungsten Metallic £139.00 @ Amazon (Sold & Dispatched by Hughes Direct)

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Mrs has been looking for a hoover for a while, was tempted with a GTECH air for £200 but thankfully she settled for this. If you order it through ebay you get 1% cashback also, which has already trac…
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I bought one of these and for a year or so it was terrific; great suction, easy to manoeuvre, good run time. But then the battery stopped retaining its charge and drained so rapidly that I couldn't use it. Worth checking if you can get a battery replacement (I couldn't for the model I bought) and I personally wouldn't buy a machine that sits permanently in its charging cradle.
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Samsung UE40JU6000 40 inch 4K ultra HD smart LED (2015 model) £388.90 @ Amazon sold by Hughes Direct.

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a very good TV for a decent price. some may argue bigger is better but others may prefer this deal due to space requirements.
iamboss Avatar1y, 2d agoFound 1 year, 2 days ago5 Comments
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Got this for 320 with coop a couple of weeks back so cold from me I'm afraid. great TV tho
Nice TV , good picture replaced an old Sony KDL40v4000 with this - only issue for me is that due to small bezel screen seems much smaller than my old TV (even though it isnt) - so sent back - replaced with Hisense 50" - K321 reviews are great and with 6 year guarantee from Richer sounds then no risk either.
379.99from amazon but not in stock
Better deal via rakuten
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£99.99 Pioneer SBX-300 TV Speaker SoundBar System with Bluetooth @ Amazon (Hughes Direct)

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Pioneer SBX-300 TV Speaker Bar System with Bluetooth A premium quality sound bar with Bluetooth connectivity
JellybearXo Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago11 Comments
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I see the \lg is back down to £99.99 at Pixmania.
robert260574
No hdmi (cold)
Nonsense.
HDMI is un-necessary.
It has 2 optical.
bytemaster
Look at the LG NB3530A from Pixmania for £99 + delivery. 300W and wireless sub-woofer. I know its Pixmania, but I got mine.
Except LG is rubbish in general.
JellybearXo
For £99 did you expect the same reviews as a Bose ?

They tend to take price into consideration.
JellybearXo
bytemaster
Look at the LG NB3530A from Pixmania for £99 + delivery. 300W and wireless sub-woofer. I know its Pixmania, but I got mine.
2 pin plug from pixmania no thanks @ awfull returns

2 pin plug - Is that really such a problem? They supply an excellent adapter in the box. Pixmania deliveries a bit slow, mine took about 10 days, but for the saving I was happy to wait, as might others. Currently £199 at Currys, and £139 from an Amazon market place seller. You may find a better deal elsewhere but I doubt if you will beat the Pixmania deal.

Plenty of people gripe about Pixmania, but the three orders that I have placed with them have been fine. Slow delivery compared to Amazon, but otherwise no problems.

Too many people pontificate about 'poor' suppliers., some of them have been burned but many others have not. Some moan about Scan but I have been dealing with them since 2004, spending in excess of £10,000 in that time. I once had a complaint (fairly trivial at that), which was resolved within 24 hours, to my benefit.

I think you are just moaning because the LG represents a better deal than your post.
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Hisense 50-Inch Freeview HD LED TV £319.00 delivered at Amazon (Sold by Hughes Direct)

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Seems a good price for a big budget tv - might be useful for gaming etc. Thinking of this myself but will see how hot/freezing cold this goes before I decide as I'm no expert!! Not many reviews out t…
Moncymru Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago8 Comments
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It wont be good for gaming - you need a good quality set for that.
horb1967
wasnt this under 300 not long back ?
No idea...

However it's down to £319 now.
wasnt this under 300 not long back ?
There's a better deal at Richer Sounds, you can get the same size TV without the freeview hdmi for 70 quid cheaper and all the other specs are the same. you can get a freeview hdmi box for 15 quid
Omg kids this is a bargain they sell them at euronics a lot dearer
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Morphy Richards 720020 9-in-1 Upright and Handheld Steam Mop, 1500 Watt £46.00 @ Amazon (Hughes Direct)

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Upright Steam Mop with detachable handheld cleaner Large 400ml Water Capacity - meaning more cleaning time between refills Instantaneous steam boiler - no waiting for the steam mop to be ready to us…
vorapa Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago2 Comments
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Any good for cleaning carpets ?
Hughes Direct on Amazon are selling for £46 with free delivery. Can be accessed in above Link. You might want to update this one, don't believe in pinching your deal.

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NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Genio Play & Select by De'Longhi EDG455.B £57.98 @ amazon sold by Hughes Direct.

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This is the best price I have found this new model for and just bought one so thought I'd share the love. NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Genio Play & Select by De'Longhi EDG455.B Coffee and Beverage Machine -…
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Panasonic SC-NE3EB-K 40W Wireless Speakers with DLNA £129.99 (saving £180.00) [Hughes Direct @ Amazon]

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Panasonic SC-NE3 The NE3 wireless speaker brings elegance and simplicity to wireless music streaming. Supporting Airplay, Bluetooth and DLNA it doesn't matter where your digital music collection is…
kimbongo Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago3 Comments
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I don't get this. What's with the DLNA stuff? These are just wireless speakers, you still need to control the feed through another appliance which can stream music - you might as well just get a DNLA hifi
Chromecast? £40 into a TV hooked up to speaker system or... blue-tooth adapter into an AUX of a speaker system..

But I'm clearly too cheap
That rrp seems cloud cuckoo land
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Miele S111 vacuum cleaner £109.00 at Hughes direct

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On my search for a Miele vacuum I found this one, cylinder vacuum, free delivery and possible 4% TCB This lightweight Miele cylinder vacuum cleaner in an eye-catching Autumn Red finish delivers excel…
surfbabe10 Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago17 Comments
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see it cheaper on amazon!X)
Bought a dyson DC47 from Aldi couple of days back. So far so good. I do believe that any vacuum cleaner needs looking after. I see a lot of people do not clean their filters, etc and then morn about the quality of the product. If you have big house, small cleaner like DC47 will require emptying once at least during your run. DC47 is the most I have spent on a vacuum cleaner so far. Hope it last long. 5 year warranty will sure help.
Also cleaner is heavy at 6kg for a cylinder. Miele say built to last up to 20 years but only give a 2 year warranty with other manufacturers offering 5 o 6 years. Miele don't say what it's air watts equivalent is.
Anyone ever had a bag split. I have, what a mess with dust all over the place. Vacuum cleaners with bags are old technology now. Bagless hoovers do not make loads of mess when emptying. Doesn't anyone empty into a carrier bag or take it to the outside bin. Whilst Dysons may not be perfect they are one of the best multi function vacuum cleaners on the market. The latest Dyson does not have any filters.

In 30 years of owning my own home I have had just 5 Hoovers. The first a cheap second hand make that was rubbish from the early 80's replaced with a Hoover cylinder which was also rubbish. The next was a Kirby. One of the best vacuum cleaners ever made and very very expensive. Again using ridiculous bag technology. I have never ever had a vacuum cleaner which had such fantastic suction on the hose. The Kirby had a flawed design as it used an impeller to suck up the dirt. This was made of aluminium. Over time sucking up anything metallic damaged the impeller making it less efficient. Coupled with constant leakage of genuine bags emitting more dust than it was collecting it was time to go and was replaced with a Dyson DC01, the first Dyson. Suction from the head was superior to the Kirby and bagless cleaning was a joy. Everything on a Dyson can be easily stripped for cleaning and maintenance. We had the DC01 for about 10 years before it was replaced with a DC07 which we have had for about 6 years.

The DC07 has better suction than the DC01 but agree with the above comment regarding build quality as the plastic is far cheaper then the original DC01 but I look after our Dyson. It regularly has the filter washed and the post / pre motor filter replaced. Main problem with the Dyson is the cyclone gets blocked. I just wash ours out with warm soapy water. It gets a service by me regularly and is as good today as the day I bought it. Main fault with this model is the hose. Replaced by Dyson twice under warranty and repaired last month by myself.

Dysons are now expensive but with 'cyclone' technology now being sold by the competition it will be interesting to see where they are in the market in a few years now the competition are catching up. The wife says she wants something lighter as the Dyson is heavy.

For me a new vacuum needs to be light, have excellent suction both through the head and the hose, be upright, be able to carry all tools on board and be able to reach the top of the stairs without having to carry the vacuum up the stairs. In addition I don't want it to follow me or fall over when I use the hose. The DC07 does but the DC01 didn't. Most of all it has to be bagless. Why waste money on bags that may split when time and technology have moved on.
Bagless cleaners like Dysons are not as good as these bagged type cleaners because:-

1) bagless needs emptying much more often as they cannot be compressed like a bag can.
2) bagless makes loads of mess/dust when emptying into bin.
3) bagless relies on the tightness of seals to prevent leakage of dust, and the seals are usually no good.
4) bagless needs the filters to be washed out for them to remain functional.
5) bagged cleaners, when the bags are replaced, replace all the dirty seal bit so no need to clean as the new bag contains the new seal bit.
6) no brand name replacement bags are really cheap, and I'm pretty sure nobody could tell which type of bag was used for waranty purposes if you shoved an original bag back in before the Miele technician sees it.
7) on a Dyson they are considered 'full' well before the container looks full and so by the time they actually look full the suction is reduced.

For cleaning - Dysons aren't bad but they're certainly not the best either (Meile are better). Dysons are overpriced and the build quality is average. They look modern and cool, and have an awesome marketing dept though.
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Philips Senseo HD7825/80 Coffee Machine £28.99 via Amazon/hughes direct

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Good deal on a Senso coffee machine if you like the colour red. Combine this with a coffee duck and you can use any ground coffee or get loads more varieties on-line than you do in most supermarkets.
Evouk Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago11 Comments
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Thanks for this. I've ordered some to give them a try. Much appreciated.

bencallis
You can get pods in bulk from Amazon at around 10p per pod http://www.amazon.co.uk/Café-Rene-Crème-Espresso-Coffee/dp/B00FGWQIKS/ref=sr_1_45?ie=UTF8&qid=1395774565&sr=8-45&keywords=senseo

I have only tried the espresso ones and they are pretty good (nicer than the lidl ones IMHO). Each pad is individually wrapped so they will stay fresh for a long time. =]
If you'd like to link to a reusable Tassimo pod I'd like to see it, so would thousands of other people. I looked hard, it does not exist.

mjbuckhurst
The Senseo is a fantastic machine if you have your own preferred coffee, I use Eco Pads in mine, had a coffee duck which was a little more convenient to use, but after 100s of cups of coffee it eventually packed in, the Eco Pads are a little simpler in design as they use the existing 2 cup holder, and are certainly more robust. I got my Senseo of Ebay many years ago, it makes on average 6 mugs a day, 365 days a year and has done so reliably for at least 5 years and probably considerably longer than that.

I grind my own Costco beans (decaf. and ordinary) and it makes a lovely cuppa, but I'm not obsessive about coffee, there's too much pretension over flavour, since who is to say one coffee is the best, when it's simply a taste preference.

The water capacity of the standard Senseo is enough for 4 espresso cups, or in my case, 2 mugs, refilling once or twice a day is not that much effort, certainly compared to the distance to go the lav, when the cups come back out :D

I doubt the Tassimo actually saves you a significant amount of electricity, and this is more than offset by the stupid prices for the coffee pods. If the coffee coming from the machine is hotter, then it will need more electricity to heat that water, plus there's a jet of steam at the end to clean the device according to Bosch, so presumably energy will be used to do that.

You can get reusable pods for the Tassimo if you look hard enough.

Oh and there are lots of companies making Senseo pads, just you're not likely to see them in your local supermarket because the markup is so much lower than the rip off Tassimo and Nespresso prices.

mike
Note this 7825 model has a LARGER capacity Senseo water container - ie 1.2 litres per Philips specs though from experience filling from 1 litre jug during descaling it's about 0.9x - which is definitely larger than the older/original 7814 etc models with only 0.7 litres per spec. (ie practically it's 3 mugs worth versus 2 mugs).

Plus the 7825 has the 'calc' indicator/programme to help remind you to de-calc it with citric acid often enough to keep machine working at its best.
Two year Philips warranty with all Senseo machines.

Not sure how idea Senseo heats up excess water needlessly at such great cost to make it more expensive than others where the coffee capsules are more expensive. The 7825 rated power per Philips is 1450W. So at say 13p/kWh, an hour would be 19p - so the element would need to be 100% on for over 3 minutes to use up another 1p.
The Senseo is a fantastic machine if you have your own preferred coffee, I use Eco Pads in mine, had a coffee duck which was a little more convenient to use, but after 100s of cups of coffee it eventually packed in, the Eco Pads are a little simpler in design as they use the existing 2 cup holder, and are certainly more robust. I got my Senseo of Ebay many years ago, it makes on average 6 mugs a day, 365 days a year and has done so reliably for at least 5 years and probably considerably longer than that.

I grind my own Costco beans (decaf. and ordinary) and it makes a lovely cuppa, but I'm not obsessive about coffee, there's too much pretension over flavour, since who is to say one coffee is the best, when it's simply a taste preference.

The water capacity of the standard Senseo is enough for 4 espresso cups, or in my case, 2 mugs, refilling once or twice a day is not that much effort, certainly compared to the distance to go the lav, when the cups come back out :D

I doubt the Tassimo actually saves you a significant amount of electricity, and this is more than offset by the stupid prices for the coffee pods. If the coffee coming from the machine is hotter, then it will need more electricity to heat that water, plus there's a jet of steam at the end to clean the device according to Bosch, so presumably energy will be used to do that.

You can get reusable pods for the Tassimo if you look hard enough.

Oh and there are lots of companies making Senseo pads, just you're not likely to see them in your local supermarket because the markup is so much lower than the rip off Tassimo and Nespresso prices.

mike
I used to get mine from here plus they often do specials.

http://www.thecoffeepod.co.uk/ or https://www.coffeepodshop.co.uk/Senseo-coffee-pods-c-253.html
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Philips Senseo Coffee Machine - Red - £33.99 - Free Delivery @ Amazon (Sold by Hughes Direct)

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Seems like a good deal for this great coffee machine to me! Plus you can use a coffee duck attachment to use your own freshly ground coffee.
danbob2007 Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago1 Comment
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41 pounds now


Edited By: joesmum on Feb 03, 2014 18:34: ............
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£18.99 Delivered - Philips Headset, O'Neill SHO4205BB/10 @ Amazon (Hughes Direct)

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Not all reviews are good for this headset but those were written with the £60 price tag in mind, now that the headset has dropped to £14.99 it's worth considering just how much the value for money has…
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'This is a great headphone for 8-14 year old boys known for their ability to break bowling balls' - bargain price :) have some heat
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Philips Senseo Twist HD7870/10 POD Coffee System - White/ Green £49.99 @Amazon and sold by Hughes Direct

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Not a fan of coffee myself .... But thought might be of use to some-one .... as it's £100 off RRP Delicious coffee at the touch of a button with strength select function Add style to your kitchen…
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Toshiba 32W1333 - 32" HD Ready LED TV with Freeview RRP: £276.99 now £199.99 @ Amazon/HughesDirect

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32" High Definition LED TV With striking style and quality, the 32" W1333 delivers High Definition image quality and all the benefits of LED technology; amazing colour, clarity and energy efficienc…
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I'm gonna guess because there are no shortage of branded 720p TV's at the £200 price point and this one doesn't seem to stand out in any particular way. Doesn't deserve to be cold tho, whatever happened to the neutral button or just not voting either way.
Why Cold, looks a deal to me. Thinking about it. Have one in my basket.
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Morphy Richards Comfigrip 40870 Steam Iron with Trizone Diamond Soleplate, Charcoal/Pink . from Amazon/Hughes Direct £30.99 (was £69.99)

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£39.00 saving on Morphy Richards 40870 Charcoal and Pink Comfigrip Diamond Iron. Was £69.99 now £30.99 from Amazon. Excellent reviews & a 3 year manufacturers guarantee. The Morphy Richards 40870 Ch…
angeli Avatar3y, 3m agoFound 3 years, 3 months ago5 Comments
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:-(
Its £41.73 now
Is on argos for £34.99 now
sofiasar
iv bought this from argos £29.99. i wouldn't buy a iron from amazon if i didn't try the iron myself. id preferred instore
- I have just recently bought this iron which is why I posted this deal - I trust Amazon & I now know this iron is fantastic :)
iv bought this from argos £29.99. i wouldn't buy a iron from amazon if i didn't try the iron myself. id preferred instore
I previously posted this deal with the product at £27.99 from sainsburys. Iron is now back to full price there but i'm so pleased with this product i thought I'd repost
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WeSC Chambers by RZA Premium Headphone - White £49.99 Hughes direct (Amazon)

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Type: 40mm speaker drivers Active noise cancellation performance: NR up to 18dB Impedance: 32 Ohms Frequency Range: 20 - 20,000Hz 1kHz Sensitivity: 110dB at 1kHz 1mW Maximum Output Power: 34…
hardeeze Avatar3y, 4m agoFound 3 years, 4 months ago4 Comments
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Awesome deal, I bought these myself and can't recommend them enough. I'm not voting though because even I'm getting bored to death of this constant repost.
strikerman
Cold. Got these for my son for £29 from flint the other day. £34 on zavvi.

strikerman
Meant flubit not flint!
strikerman
Cold. Got these for my son for £29 from flint the other day. £34 on zavvi.

Those must have been the street version you picked up for that price, this deal is for the Premium edition with active noise cancellation.
Meant flubit not flint!
Cold. Got these for my son for £29 from flint the other day. £34 on zavvi.
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WeSC Chambers by RZA Premium Headphone - Black £49.99 @ Amazon and sold by Hughes Direct

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I was in HMV earlier today and I spotted these headphones which have been severely reduced from £250 to £50, and after trying them on I bought some immediately. The active noise cancellation and sound…
djtized Avatar3y, 4m agoFound 3 years, 4 months ago2 Comments
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already posted (10th). seems like an ok price, but they were never worth £250.
Cold voters... :(
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Sony NSZ-GS7 Internet Player with Google tv at amazon (Hughes direct) £74.99 del

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Have the freedom of the internet with effortless wi-fi connection - including catch-up TV through Google Chrome and Google Play Store A super easy to use remote control features a full QWERTY keypad…
BLACKCAT247 Avatar3y, 5m agoFound 3 years, 5 months ago8 Comments
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Cold no xbmc
I'll stick with the roku til they make it a bit better I think.
The new version to this is released in US today, it comes with a modified remote supporting voice commands.
http://store.sony.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&searchType=search&storeId=10151&catalogId=10551&productId=8198552921666577407&acdrop=1
A little early for the product, but hope to get it updated soon. Agree it does not support many apps, but the browser is awesome, I play iPlayer easily through it, and the beautiful =remote helps.
Great hardware, but the OS needs updating to Jellybean. That should come in the future but when is the question. Once updated this will be a great device. It's if you can buy it to sit on it for a while....
I've read this is nightmare to get 4od onto,
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Soundmagic E10 IEM Headphones from Amazon - £28.52

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Been looking around for a pair of these and this is the cheapest I could find. They are considered the new king of budget headphones sounding like buds 3x the price and have replaced my sennheiser cx…
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Jellybeans
The red ones are still at £29.98 so about £1.50 more than OP.
The OP already told us that
Jellybeans
The red ones are still at £29.98 so about £1.50 more than OP.
The OP already told us that
The red ones are still at £29.98 so about £1.50 more than OP.

Edited By: Jellybeans on Nov 10, 2012 19:21
loiterer
They get terrible reviews for reliability. Need some new ones for my BF's Birthday present. Any suggestions?

That's just morons who don't look after them. I've had mine a year now and they are still going strong... unlike Creatives where the one side dies after a while.
cartsp
wow this is only my second deal and looks like its expired in half an hour, sorry folks! Can't believe Amazon changed the price so fast!
The Red/Black are still available for £29.98 though. I really do rate the SoundMagic earphones.
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Electrolux Unirapido Rechargeable Stick Vacuum Cleaner - £54.99 @ Amazon

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The Unirapido comes in a fresh yellow and black finish and is incredibly light at only 2.1kg. It is very easy to manoeuvre thanks to the flexible floor nozzle turns and twists smoothly so you can whis…
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Marketplace seller and not Amazon if it makes any difference too you.
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