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Life ( Blu-Ray ) £16.89 @ Sendit

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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
Cheapest I can see at the moment.

The Hut £17.85

Discover the glorious variety of life on Earth and the spectacular and extraordinary tactics animals and plants have developed to stay alive. Packed with excitement, revelation and entertainment – and stunning screen firsts' – this breathtaking ten-part blockbuster brings you 130 incredible stories from the frontiers of the natural world. This is evolution in action; individual creatures under extreme pressure to overcome challenges from adversaries and their environment, pushing the boundaries of behaviour. Cutting edge cinematic techniques capture unprecedented, astonishingly beautiful sequences – birds running and dancing on the water's surface in dazzlingly intricate displays of courtship and fidelity, fish outwitting predators by using their fins to take flight, flies competing in a mesmerising eyeball inflation contests More than four years in the making, filmed over 3000 days, across every continent and in every habitat, this is Life – as you've never seen it before.
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#1
AWESOME deal! It's £28.99 on Amazon. Been wanting this for ages, so just got myself a copy. Thanks OP. :-)

Edited By: roof30 on Sep 17, 2010 20:10: More to post
#2
or just pick it up for free with the daily mail, sure its only standard definition but its free...
#3
Exactly - it's Standard Definition. No point in watching it in SD if you have a blu-ray player.
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And you have to collect tokens, It hardly works out free having to buy a weeks worth of papers and going to whismith every day for each disc
#5
nice!
Would have gone for this, but only just had my - The Hut £17.85 offer posted today.. that was quite a wait as they ran out of stock... but bargin at this price :)
#6
This is wicked!! got the book and dvd set!! ordered cheers!! love the birds of paradise that set up a wicked pad for the ladies!!! amazing!! (_;)
#7
Actually it's no even 'Free' in the Mail. It's actually a bit misleading. They say it's free but you have to pay £5.99 for the p&p. Bit of a crafty con actually. The discs are all in slip cases and Amazon had it on offer not too long ago on DVD for £7.99. I'd sooner pay the extra £2 and get the proper box set. 'Free'? Not at all.
#8
Hot hot hot been looking for this for a while - nearly bought it for £25 in HMV :(
Glad I didn't now! Ordered.
#9
Great deal, love the series, ordered :-)
#10
great deal, great price, ordered
#11
Quality find.
Ordered mine and can't wait for it to arrive.
Thanks very much
#12
RebTheRebel
Actually it's no even 'Free' in the Mail. It's actually a bit misleading. They say it's free but you have to pay £5.99 for the p&p. Bit of a crafty con actually. The discs are all in slip cases and Amazon had it on offer not too long ago on DVD for £7.99. I'd sooner pay the extra £2 and get the proper box set. 'Free'? Not at all.

Nope, you don't have to pay £5.99 postage......you can pick up the disc everyday in WHSmiths, Tescos or Easons, even the Tesco Express stores have them.
So it's free if you buy the Daily Mail every day anyway, if not a weeks worth of papers is about £4.50.
#13
retrogeezer
RebTheRebel
Actually it's no even 'Free' in the Mail. It's actually a bit misleading. They say it's free but you have to pay £5.99 for the p&p. Bit of a crafty con actually. The discs are all in slip cases and Amazon had it on offer not too long ago on DVD for £7.99. I'd sooner pay the extra £2 and get the proper box set. 'Free'? Not at all.


Nope, you don't have to pay £5.99 postage......you can pick up the disc everyday in WHSmiths, Tescos or Easons, even the Tesco Express stores have them.
So it's free if you buy the Daily Mail every day anyway, if not a weeks worth of papers is about £4.50.


What are the chances of you going to a WHSmith, Tesco, Tesco Express or Easons to find that they don't have them in stock?
#14
well, they probably won't have them now as it's collect on the day but they always had loads in each store I went into and I used all of them apart from Easons. The bigger Tesco stores have a huge stack of the things attached to the paper stands with probably 200 plus discs in.
They usually still have some left over too as they have asked me before if I want yesterdays as well etc.

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