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Gtech AirRam Mk2 - Only £179.99 & Free Postage @ Ideal World

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This is the cheapest in the market as far as I can see, I previously bought the bundle deal with the multi (also posted) when they had a similar offer a few months back. Last time the offer didn't las… Read More
This is the cheapest in the market as far as I can see, I previously bought the bundle deal with the multi (also posted) when they had a similar offer a few months back. Last time the offer didn't las…
Emjayt44 Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago4 Comments
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karlypants
And how are you supposed to clean the stairs?
Never understood why people buy these.

I have the earlier model of this which I inherited. You can clean the stairs with them quite easily. As Hercule would say, you just need to use a few grey cells. I use it the same way on the stairs as I do with the shark. Edge cleaning means it still does quite a decent job but is easier with a cordless because they are half the weight. Despite the cost the Gtech does a good job and is ideal for anyone who is perhaps disabled or finds a corded vacuum hard work.
And how are you supposed to clean the stairs?

Never understood why people buy these.
Good lightweight hoover. make hoovering enjoyable. good price too.
just to let you know these are made by Bissell and in certain European countries and down under they are for sale at £120(can buy them in U.K. but beware the 2 year guarantee will not be honoured by Bissell) so you can see the mark up so suggest for the sake of a cord try vax or dyson
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Gtech AirRam Mk 2 & Multi Hand Held & Car Accessory Kit - All for only £289.98 Free Postage @ Ideal World

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I bought this system when they ran a similar offer a few months back. It's been excellent and it's far cheaper than anywhere else. The offer didn't last long before so you may have to be quick. They a… Read More
I bought this system when they ran a similar offer a few months back. It's been excellent and it's far cheaper than anywhere else. The offer didn't last long before so you may have to be quick. They a…
Emjayt44 Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago12 Comments
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If the MK 2 multi is anything like the MK 1 i would not waste your money the MK 1 has very little suck to it and struggles to pick anything up
The actual cleaner is awesome, so my gf tells me, I wouldn't know, never been able to work out how they work..
jc1970
I've never had a problem with ideal world
And that's why I said my experience is not true of everyone, we have purchased from them before with no bother, any advice is better than no advice at all, check out trustpilot, I think there rating is 0.8 out of 10 out of over 300 reviews.
I got a cordless Morphy Richards vacuum for about £70 a year ago on Amazon, and it's pretty decent for what I need. I would love an AirRam, but I just can't justify spending 4 times the amount. Decent price for those that want one and can afford it though.



Edited By: JonBetts2004 on May 24, 2017 12:08
This seems like a good price or at least the cheapest I have seen? Im torn between this and the Cordless Dyson v8 Animal as I need to have a HEPA / Captures allergens as my GF is super allergic to dust and dust mites as I have to hoover and dust every day to keep it low.

I liked the dyson as I can reach up in higher places but the hand held unit seems ideal. Is this any good?

Any brand less than these 2 I wouldnt touch with a barge pole especially Vax as I have had nothing but nightmares with them.

Edited By: darthvader666uk on May 24, 2017 12:05
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Yale alarm SR 330 smart home alarm and view kit £305.98 delivered at ideal world

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The cheapest I have found and it is also available on flex pay over 4 months Yale Alarms SR 330 Smart Home Alarm and View Kit Put yourself fully in control of your home's security with the smart hom… Read More
The cheapest I have found and it is also available on flex pay over 4 months Yale Alarms SR 330 Smart Home Alarm and View Kit Put yourself fully in control of your home's security with the smart hom…
bigtonka Avatar2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago1 Comment
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Hmmmm ideal world, think I'll pass.
Good price I think.
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Jawbone UP Move Activity and Sleep Tracker ONLY £4.99 delivered at IdealWorld

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Cracking price for this Jawbone UP Move Activity and Sleep Tracker! If you're after a budget activity tracker, this could be a great choice. Was £14.99, then reduced to £9.99, but you can get it f… Read More
Cracking price for this Jawbone UP Move Activity and Sleep Tracker! If you're after a budget activity tracker, this could be a great choice. Was £14.99, then reduced to £9.99, but you can get it f…
millarcat Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago33 Comments
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Got it today but just won't pair up with my phone!Anyone else having the same problem?
Ok,thanks,it says dispatched in my account and Hermes has already been today,hopefully it will arrive tomorrow :D
deb8z
chuckiedoll
Just received mine now. All set up and ready to go!
Thank you OP x :D
Did you get a dispatch email,I haven't received anything ?
Yes. Got despatch email (Fri I think?) Tracking info sent through this morning about 2hrs before it was delivered.
deb8z
chuckiedoll
Just received mine now. All set up and ready to go!
Thank you OP x :D

Did you get a dispatch email,I haven't received anything ?


Yep, I got a despatch email. Still waiting for mine to turn up.

Edited By: aishakhan894 on Apr 03, 2017 12:58: Spelling mistake
chuckiedoll
Just received mine now. All set up and ready to go!
Thank you OP x :D

Did you get a dispatch email,I haven't received anything ?
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Ideal world cookshop spiralizer £2.00 + free p&p

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Found this great deal on ideal world. A cookshop spiralizer. £2 at the minute plus free p&p. Got one for when we move plus one each for our parents. Read More
Found this great deal on ideal world. A cookshop spiralizer. £2 at the minute plus free p&p. Got one for when we move plus one each for our parents.
t_hicks Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago32 Comments
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Woman called trying to sell some nonsense Ideal World voucher subscription plan. No thanks.
I bought this.

It arrived today.

It's massive
Got mine today too bargain thanks OP
buddhabelly
Just got mine too. Worked out at £1.52 (£5 off over £5 spend voucher (expired))
Now am gonna try a giant spiral deep fried crisp X)


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Just got mine too. Worked out at £1.52 (£5 off over £5 spend voucher (expired))
Now am gonna try a giant spiral deep fried crisp X)
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Electric Folding Bike £534.99 @ Idealworld (4 payments of £133.75 available)

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Been looking for a cheap electric bike for a while, This was £699 on Idealworld but now reduced to £539.99 and with using code AFFFIVE you can get another £5 off. £534.99 and with 4 easy payments of Read More
Been looking for a cheap electric bike for a while, This was £699 on Idealworld but now reduced to £539.99 and with using code AFFFIVE you can get another £5 off. £534.99 and with 4 easy payments of
daveportsmouth Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago5 Comments
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For longer journeys more than just a few miles, you'll be wanting larger wheels, not the 20" ones you generally get on folding bikes.

Batteries come in many capacities, but as rough guide, a 10Ah battery will get you around 25 miles on a single charge, 13Ah - about 45 miles, 15Ah about 60 miles. If you're going up lots of hills and putting in minimum effort yourself, the range will be less.

If your battery-style is no longer sold anywhere when the time comes to replace it, it is quite often possible to have the innards replaced. The batteries basically just consist of a cell pack with a small circuit board known as the Battery Management System (BMS). As long as someone is able to supply a pack that will fit in your old case, you shouldn't have any issues.

Check out Woosh Bikes




Edited By: a_user on Mar 29, 2017 21:37
oh and I agree with phil, 30 miles on a folding 20" wheel bike every day would be a right slog, but perfectly doable on a larger e-bike with a sufficient battery
The battery on this is 8.8ah so a round trip of 30 miles might be pushing it at bit (unless you can recharge the battery at work), you are better off with something larger like the Carrera crossfire-e from Halfords (11.6ah battery) which will tackle longer journeys and be easier to ride (especially in rough weather), and be more powerful, but of course not foldable. Best to look out for a foldable bike with a bigger battery (min 10ah) to get you the range

Battery replacement is down to the supplier maintaining parts, the Crossfire-e uses a Suntour HESC (Samsung cells) and is available seperately, but it's an unknow whether it'll still be in 5 years time* when needing replacement (500-1000 recharge cycles)
Good news is there are companies that can re-cell your battery (change the internal individual battery cells to new), so I wouldn't worry if you cannot buy the same or a generic

*can vary a huge amount less/more - due to lots of factors,so research
gorgo2015
Perfect timing! I was going to ask a question about folding electric bikes. I'm unemployed atm and my only chance of finding work is having my own transport because the only jobs available are 10-15 miles away and starting time is 6am.
Would a folding electric bike be a good investment? I have nowhere to leave my bike outside and being able to fold it would be a huge bonus.
I was thinking of buying the Halfords Coyote Connect:http://www.halfords.com/cycling/bikes/electric-bikes/coyote-connect-folding-electric-bike
More or less the same price as this one?
My biggest doubt is: what happens to the battery when it's end-of-lifed? Can one replace with a generic battery? What if the model goes out of production? Will I end up with an unusable bike?
There's two types of electric bikes

Pedal Assist and Throttle (the latter being illegal but how many coppers will pull you over for that?)
Pedal Assist - most will assist you for about 10miles or more (depending on the battery and journey - after the battery goes flat they are heavier than normal bikes but not that noticeable.
Throttle (sold on Ebay) allow you to pedal assist or just press a button to allow throttle switch to control the speed. again about 10 miles depending on battery/journey)

I got a secondhand one to get me back from illness but unfortunately because of a secondary illness the bike has been sat doing nothing for more than 6 months - I will sell soon ;)

There's not much difference except the weight between an electric bike and a standard bike but I would (previously) never have picked a small wheel (20in) bike for such a long journey - the one posted is more for local rides (shopping or parking up then finishing the journey to work or getting off at the train station and finishing the ride to work)

Added
Regarding battery - depends on battery type and or manufacturer or how it's put togther (some manufacturers make it almost difficult to replace the original battery (think like Apple products) - new/spare batteries are not cheap

HTH

Edited By: philphil61 on Mar 29, 2017 21:08
Perfect timing! I was going to ask a question about folding electric bikes. I'm unemployed atm and my only chance of finding work is having my own transport because the only jobs available are 10-15 miles away and starting time is 6am.

Would a folding electric bike be a good investment? I have nowhere to leave my bike outside and being able to fold it would be a huge bonus.

I was thinking of buying the Halfords Coyote Connect:
http://www.halfords.com/cycling/bikes/electric-bikes/coyote-connect-folding-electric-bike

More or less the same price as this one?

My biggest doubt is: what happens to the battery when it's end-of-lifed? Can one replace with a generic battery? What if the model goes out of production? Will I end up with an unusable bike?
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9 shot complete cleaning kit £4.99 (MISPRICED - should be £14.99) plus £1.99 delivery at Ideal World

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45 bottles worth of cleaning - I got this delivered at the weekend. Should be priced up at £14.99 (the twin pack of it is £40!!) it's a bathroom cleaner, fabric cleaner, kitchen de-greaser, general p… Read More
45 bottles worth of cleaning - I got this delivered at the weekend. Should be priced up at £14.99 (the twin pack of it is £40!!) it's a bathroom cleaner, fabric cleaner, kitchen de-greaser, general p…
MCGONIS Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago39 Comments
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Mine came this morning. two of the bottles were damaged and leaking. The contents could be coloured water they don't seem to do much. I tried them all the window cleaner is also rubbish
Received mine an hour ago. Not tried them out yet but everything looks ok. Thanks op :)
Pleased everyone else got theirs. Just annoyed about missing out. Might complain.
Dispatch email also received around 10pm tonight.
Thanks op
Dispatch email received at 16.10
And reads as comment above this one .
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Vax Pure Air 300 ACAMV101 HEPA Air Purifier Filter - £175.98 Delivered @ Ideal World TV

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Decent/High End air purifier, well reviewed elsewhere. On for £169.99+5.99p+p Usually around £229 (AO.com etc) but RRP £299 & this price on argos etc. Ideal World have this massively discounted. T… Read More
Decent/High End air purifier, well reviewed elsewhere. On for £169.99+5.99p+p Usually around £229 (AO.com etc) but RRP £299 & this price on argos etc. Ideal World have this massively discounted. T…
stave84 Avatar6m, 5d agoFound 6 months, 5 days ago6 Comments
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NickyOhMG
Is this one much more premium than the other one ideal have as was looking to buy one after recently getting a couple of their reduced Vax oil heaters but not sure if major differences. Prefer the look of the square one I'm guessing it's just less powerful? Can get two for this price nearly though so was thinking of doing that.

http://www.idealworld.tv/pp/vax-ap02-air-purifier-368685?fh_location=//IdealWorld/en_GB/$s=Vax%20air

Good price though for both!! Heat.


This this is a bit more powerful than the AP03 but quite a bit better than the cheaper one Ideal have (AP02 from memory?)
Nice find, ordered, thanks OP.
Is this one much more premium than the other one ideal have as was looking to buy one after recently getting a couple of their reduced Vax oil heaters but not sure if major differences. Prefer the look of the square one I'm guessing it's just less powerful? Can get two for this price nearly though so was thinking of doing that.

http://www.idealworld.tv/pp/vax-ap02-air-purifier-368685?fh_location=//IdealWorld/en_GB/$s=Vax%20air

Good price though for both!! Heat.
Highly recommended these... Much better than the smaller ones
£169.99 plus £5.99 p+p = £175.98.
If you count TCB (which I haven't, then ~£169)
Not sure why it got changed to £181... so ive edited it back again.
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Activeon HD Pocket Camera and 8GB Micro SD Card £49.98 @ ideal world

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OK i know this is not a gopro however my son wanted a action camera for Christmas and i did not want to fork out £300 for a gopro when it might be just a phase. great reviews fits gopro mounts, de… Read More
OK i know this is not a gopro however my son wanted a action camera for Christmas and i did not want to fork out £300 for a gopro when it might be just a phase. great reviews fits gopro mounts, de…
dognobs Avatar6m, 6d agoFound 6 months, 6 days ago1 Comment
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You could have bought an equivalent camera outright for £16. Although no wifi.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01KSUSCHO/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Edited By: worthinger on Dec 21, 2016 00:08
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GoClever Extreme 360° Degree HD Virtual Reality Compatible Wifi Camera Cycling/Skiing/Sports Ideal World with Flexi Pay available £125.98

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£119.99 + £5.99pnp was £199.99 Recently purchased this and think it's really good at this price for a 360° view in HD which can be later viewed on a virtual reality headset if you want to reliv… Read More
£119.99 + £5.99pnp was £199.99 Recently purchased this and think it's really good at this price for a 360° view in HD which can be later viewed on a virtual reality headset if you want to reliv…
NickyOhMG Avatar6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago14 Comments
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45ure
elephone elecam 360 is on offer at Gearbest at the mo ~ £86 I think. looks identical.
You have to order from China/abroad though with an extended delivery time so not a great Christmas present idea. No flexi-pay, no home trial with easy returns if you don't like it and the warranty wouldn't really mean anything. No tripod included either and that's one of the best looking parts but does look and sound the same otherwise if you don't need a warranty or don't want to use payments plans.
So many options on Gear Best but most seem out of stock except China warehouses.

I was simply offering an alternative at an arguably better price, if you want one for Xmas etc that's just another factor to bear in mind, but as this is a deal site perhaps some folk would be happy to wait a bit longer for a cheaper price.


Sorry if I'm being defensive it's just people will vote seeing that first post figure that doesn't include import taxes you will be charged on delivery. (If the sender doesn't lie and say it's a gift with less than £16 value and it isn't opened by customs who would then add on VAT at the UK value of the product if found to be false information on the packet). So overall it would work out at a similar price with less advantages of having a direct contact in the UK etc. I found it between £99.90-150 on GearBest so even at the lowest cost that's £119.98 delivered and after Quidco the cost delivered with all the benefits from Ideal world is £120.70 so 72p saving that you'll have to put towards a tripod lol.
NickyOhMG
45ure
elephone elecam 360 is on offer at Gearbest at the mo ~ £86 I think. looks identical.
You have to order from China/abroad though with an extended delivery time so not a great Christmas present idea. No flexi-pay, no home trial with easy returns if you don't like it and the warranty wouldn't really mean anything. No tripod included either and that's one of the best looking parts but does look and sound the same otherwise if you don't need a warranty or don't want to use payments plans.
So many options on Gear Best but most seem out of stock except China warehouses.

I was simply offering an alternative at an arguably better price, if you want one for Xmas etc that's just another factor to bear in mind, but as this is a deal site perhaps some folk would be happy to wait a bit longer for a cheaper price.
I think there's many more benefits of ordering from UK than a selfie stick tripod but it's nice to have it in the package and here's a video showing how cool it is anyway ;)

https://youtu.be/ofX7CYK-IXQ

Edited By: NickyOhMG on Dec 18, 2016 16:50: Vid Link
NickyOhMG
45ure
elephone elecam 360 is on offer at Gearbest at the mo ~ £86 I think. looks identical.

You have to order from China/abroad though with an extended delivery time so not a great Christmas present idea. No flexi-pay, no home trial with easy returns if you don't like it and the warranty wouldn't really mean anything. No tripod included either and that's one of the best looking parts but does look and sound the same otherwise if you don't need a warranty or don't want to use payments plans.

So many options on Gear Best but most seem out of stock except China warehouses.
The tripod is a bendy selfie stick, easy enough to find
There's a few videos on YouTube for info.
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G-Tech sport/city e-bike £925.00 @ Ideal World TV

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Electric battery pedal assisted bike up to 30 miles. Read More
Electric battery pedal assisted bike up to 30 miles.
archaz Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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Had mine since July, purchased direct for £999. Love it for commuting.

Have you used a pannier rack with it?


For some reason, I just got the notification for this! To answer your question, yes but one that attaches to the seat post as there are no holes for a normal rack.
Had a cube bosch ebike for 6 months with a 500WH battery for £1500. Does crazy miles, wore the tires out. In normal use only have to charge it once a week.
1982john
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Had mine since July, purchased direct for £999. Love it for commuting.

Have you used a pannier rack with it?


I have but not a traditional one as there are no holes to fit one. I had to buy one that clamps to the seat post. Still fine but wouldn't be able to take the same amount of weight.
morrisid
Get 2 batteries for £995 on gtech website
That's a good deal too if you can afford the total price with splitting the cost by 4 with this deal.
Get 2 batteries for £995 on gtech website
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Ideal World Nutrimaster Multifunctional 12 in 1 £179.99 / £185.98 delivered

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This normally retails for 449.99 but with this offer taken over flexi pay to help spread the cost it is only an amazing 45.02 but hurry not sure how long it will last Read More
This normally retails for 449.99 but with this offer taken over flexi pay to help spread the cost it is only an amazing 45.02 but hurry not sure how long it will last
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Brother FS130QC Sewing Machine £283.00 inc del AND 3 year warranty idealworld TV

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One for the crafters - please be kind. Yesterday I did something I never thought I would do; whilst flicking through daytime TV I saw the word 'Brother'... "Shopping channels?!" I hear you shout. Wel… Read More
One for the crafters - please be kind. Yesterday I did something I never thought I would do; whilst flicking through daytime TV I saw the word 'Brother'... "Shopping channels?!" I hear you shout. Wel…
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Ideal world aren't too bad a company having bought a few items from them before .. just for anyone not sure about the " shopping channel" purchase. Also you get to " try it and return it" if it doesn't work out for you generally without too much fuss and only loss of postage
They make a song and dance about 14 days as if it's their great gift to the 'peasants'. It's Not, it's the law!

Yeah I agree to an extent but to use a product and return it ... even cosmetics .. that isn't the law as far as im aware and still applies under the money back guarantee
tinca
Firemountain
Ideal world aren't too bad a company having bought a few items from them before .. just for anyone not sure about the " shopping channel" purchase. Also you get to " try it and return it" if it doesn't work out for you generally without too much fuss and only loss of postage


They make a song and dance about 14 days as if it's their great gift to the 'peasants'. It's Not, it's the law!


the law, but not the law to allow it to be opened and returned unless faulty usually
anthony712
The same machine is available new on eBay for £219.99 with free delivery with 42 sold so far


incorrect, I checked this out, it's a return with potential damage etc
Firemountain
Ideal world aren't too bad a company having bought a few items from them before .. just for anyone not sure about the " shopping channel" purchase. Also you get to " try it and return it" if it doesn't work out for you generally without too much fuss and only loss of postage


They make a song and dance about 14 days as if it's their great gift to the 'peasants'. It's Not, it's the law!
The same machine is available new on eBay for £219.99 with free delivery with 42 sold so far
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Vax Total Home 8 Pack of Microfibre Pads for Vax Steam Fresh Delivered for £9.98 idealworld TV £7.21

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Steam Mop Lovers... I was in need of some more cleaning pads for my Vax Steam Cleaner and came across these Vax Total Home 8 Pack of Microfibre Pads for Vax Steam Fresh Avoid cross contamination… Read More
Steam Mop Lovers... I was in need of some more cleaning pads for my Vax Steam Cleaner and came across these Vax Total Home 8 Pack of Microfibre Pads for Vax Steam Fresh Avoid cross contamination…
Eks Avatar9m, 5d agoFound 9 months, 5 days ago14 Comments
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Yes it is out of stock now... I think we wiped them out!
** HEADS UP THOSE WHO PURCHASED **
I just received a Marketing Call from Ideal World who have offered a bunch of free stuff to trial for 3 weeks & then cancel if you wish to... expect a call :|

Got the same call, the telemarketer guy spoke very aggressively and quickly, I had to get him to explain who he was and what he wanted several times. Hane now removed myself from all the mailing preferences on the online account. They also automatically sign you up to their 'sister company' mailouts - a bit cheeky to say the least.
Yes it is out of stock now... I think we wiped them out!

** HEADS UP THOSE WHO PURCHASED **
I just received a Marketing Call from Ideal World who have offered a bunch of free stuff to trial for 3 weeks & then cancel if you wish to... expect a call :|
Oos.
Out of stock apparently.
Thanks @jynx88 for the updated price <3
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Cookshop Set of 3 silicone covers at idealworld.tv

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This set of Cookshop Silicone covers allow you to store all your leftover food without creating extra washing up. These silicon lids stretch easily over your plates and dishes to allow you to secur… Read More
This set of Cookshop Silicone covers allow you to store all your leftover food without creating extra washing up. These silicon lids stretch easily over your plates and dishes to allow you to secur…
gilly1968 Avatar9m, 6d agoFound 9 months, 6 days ago17 Comments
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Mine just arrived, thanx gilly1968 :D:D
recieved mine today
Dispatched! Excellent, had these on my wish list for ages (sad, I know!)

Edited By: Grapey on Sep 21, 2016 00:26
*** SOLD OUT***
Still working:)
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Tefal 45 in 1 Multicooker £36.00 delivered @ idealword.tv / Lowest price around. (If voting cold please share where it's cheaper)

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Item number: 355466 £30.00 £5.99 P&P Read More
Item number: 355466 £30.00 £5.99 P&P
AJ92 Avatar10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago10 Comments
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expire please
Oos.
oos got there too late
I reckon someone's bought them all up to sell on. :)
i bought it 10 months ago from argos for over £70. hot for me.
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Bosch BGS5PET3GB Power Animal Bagless Cylinder Vacuum £380 on very etc £150.98 delivered idealworld.tv

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I Ordered this hoover this morning on idealworld.tv for £150.98 delivered with offer code 735057 seems a great powerful hoover AAA Ratings very for instance are selling it for £380 bosch are also sell… Read More
I Ordered this hoover this morning on idealworld.tv for £150.98 delivered with offer code 735057 seems a great powerful hoover AAA Ratings very for instance are selling it for £380 bosch are also sell…
dtlewis28 Avatar10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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I recently got a "Hoover" pet vacuum cleaner, reduced from i guess 80 or 90 quid, to 25!!! Amazing cleaner!
Wouldn't this be a better deal.

£110 including delivery, the next model down, but the only difference appears to be carpet cleaning. The old model rated B, the new model rated A. Is that really worth an extra £40.

I think both are excellent deals, but just to know if I'm missing something. Perhaps better reliability?
dogsballs
ballsup


that looks like a different model
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Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate cookery course £7.99 delivered @ Ideal world.tv

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Seems to be the cheapest price around currently. "I want to teach you how to cook good food at home. By stripping away all the hard graft and complexity, anyone can produce mouth-watering recipes. Read More
Seems to be the cheapest price around currently. "I want to teach you how to cook good food at home. By stripping away all the hard graft and complexity, anyone can produce mouth-watering recipes.
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Ah well, hopefully someone benefitted from the deal rather than just voting cold because they don't like the author.
The man is disgusting and he does not care what he says
Maybe so but he's very good at his job and he's taught a lot of Chef's.
I swear a lot but that doesn't make me a bad person or a ****
The man is disgusting and he does not care what he says
Every charity shop must have a copy for 50p by now.
Still heat :) sure others wouldn't mind
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Universal Battery Charger and 8x AA Or 8x AAA Rechargeable Batteries With Free Postage and Packing £4.99 @ Ideal World.

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A mains powered household Universal battery charger which can charge various sizes of batteries including the square 9 volt size. It comes with either 8 AA or 8 AAA pre charged rechargeable batteries… Read More
A mains powered household Universal battery charger which can charge various sizes of batteries including the square 9 volt size. It comes with either 8 AA or 8 AAA pre charged rechargeable batteries…
Sprograt Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago14 Comments
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being using rechargeable batteries and batteries since they came out and I still have a collection of huge and heavy NiCD chargers to donate to any antigue musuems.
The description does not say if this will fast charge the batteries, and circuit control (or cut off) to regulate the battery when on near complete charge, or refreshes the battery. It does not say what type and capacity of battery it comes with.
Don't mean to a put damper on the whole thing since it is only £4.99 but sometimes maybe you get what you pay for and I would be cautious of having something like that on creating chemical reactions to recharge a battery for long hours and leaving it unattended
I remember paying what seemed like a lot of pocket money for my first Sanyo rechargeables, but in all that time, battery charging technology hasn't improved, I find all these new, "detect dud" battery chargers, invariably get it wrong. Stick the supposed dud in my £5 Lidl charger, one without auto off and a pretty slow charge rate, and it will always recharge eventually, although you have to set a kitchen timer to remind you to take them out, it's proved far more effective than any other charger for keeping older batteries going long after they're 'dead', never had a battery catch fire either, lol.
mike
I have done this, but have found that there usually something wrong with battery. I may charge but will not last very long or not hold charge for any length of time. I thought it was my smart charger getting it wrong, instead there was something wrong with the battery.
samseng
being using rechargeable batteries and batteries since they came out and I still have a collection of huge and heavy NiCD chargers to donate to any antigue musuems.
The description does not say if this will fast charge the batteries, and circuit control (or cut off) to regulate the battery when on near complete charge, or refreshes the battery. It does not say what type and capacity of battery it comes with.
Don't mean to a put damper on the whole thing since it is only £4.99 but sometimes maybe you get what you pay for and I would be cautious of having something like that on creating chemical reactions to recharge a battery for long hours and leaving it unattended

I remember paying what seemed like a lot of pocket money for my first Sanyo rechargeables, but in all that time, battery charging technology hasn't improved, I find all these new, "detect dud" battery chargers, invariably get it wrong. Stick the supposed dud in my £5 Lidl charger, one without auto off and a pretty slow charge rate, and it will always recharge eventually, although you have to set a kitchen timer to remind you to take them out, it's proved far more effective than any other charger for keeping older batteries going long after they're 'dead', never had a battery catch fire either, lol.

mike
Sprograt
samseng
being using rechargeable batteries and batteries since they came out and I still have a collection of huge and heavy NiCD chargers to donate to any antigue musuems.
The description does not say if this will fast charge the batteries, and circuit control (or cut off) to regulate the battery when on near complete charge, or refreshes the battery. It does not say what type and capacity of battery it comes with.
Don't mean to a put damper on the whole thing since it is only £4.99 but sometimes maybe you get what you pay for and I would be cautious of having something like that on creating chemical reactions to recharge a battery for long hours and leaving it unattended
Here's some information I found on Amazon for the Ultra Max charger. The All in One Digital Battery Charger is supplied with an external 3 pin UK mains adaptor power cable and has a total of six individual charging channels, which includes four 1.2V channels and two 9V channels, each with its own individual charging indicator. It has a linear transformer built-in. This charger will charge one to four pieces of AA/AAA/C/D Ni-MH or Ni-Cad rechargeable batteries and will also charge one to two pieces of 9V Ni-MH or Ni-Cad rechargeable batteries. Please note that batteries of different sizes or capacities cannot be charged together. Charging indicators: RED LED fast flash indicates abnormal functioning. RED LED slow flash indicates charging is in progress. RED LED constant flashing indicates battery is fully charged and this channel will now trickle charge the battery. It is recommended to remove the battery from the charger after charging is complete. Do not leave the battery connected to the charger or plate for a prolonged period. It is recommended that you read the instructions carefully before using this product.

Thanks. Amazing the info one finds on Amazon or Google this days and the last liner says it all :p
just what I was after........but it's out of stock now :(
excellent deal
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Obviously a price glitch but worth a try Read More
Obviously a price glitch but worth a try
sarah2718 Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago4 Comments
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As recommended by Jeffrey Dahmer.
Oh well worth a try ha ha
Defo a glitch and wont be honoured

Edited By: ohdearohdear on Mar 15, 2016 04:07
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