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10 Part fibre optic solar light set £4.99 Maplin

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fibre optic solar light set was £9.99 description in comments At Maplin - dinosteveus
herbalmuppet Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago4 Comments
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Very nice, thank you.
herbalmuppet
should say 10 not 0
Guessed that. Lol. Nice find.
should say 10 not 0
0 x super bright LEDs for brighter light output
• Auto sensor automatically turns on at dusk
• Ideal party or decorative light
• No wiring - easy installation and no electricity bills!!
• Built in light sensor - lights automatically come on at dusk
• Lights for up to 8 hours on a full charge
• Solar cell charges the batteries during the day to provide an ambient light at night
• Remote solar panel allows panel to placed in the sun, while lights are positioned in the shade
• Waterproof design
• Rechargeable battery included and fitted
• Overall height: 33cm
• Height above ground: 23cm

This chain of solar fibre optic lights is an environmentally friendly product as the lights are powered by the sun's energy through the solar panel. During the day, the solar panel converts sunlight into energy, which is stored in the included rechargeable batteries. A sensor automatically switches the light on at dusk and off at dawn.
The lights can be used for a multitude of outdoor and indoor applications including parties, barbeques and even Christmas tree lights.
Supplied in a white chain that also flashes at random.
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50 white LED solar rope light £4.99 Maplin

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50 white LED solar rope light. 4% Quidco :) - C0C0
herbalmuppet Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago28 Comments
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cfbc
Rickardo
Can they be set to constant light, rather than random flashes?

Yes.


Thanks but now all gone!
Rickardo
Can they be set to constant light, rather than random flashes?

Yes.
Can they be set to constant light, rather than random flashes?
katya1971
mistermoneysaver
Thanks op ordered 2 and something for 5p to get free del. Also 4.04% tcb if you can be ars#d to switch your PC on 8)
What did you order for 5p please
floccyknocckyhilipilification

Edited By: mistermoneysaver on Apr 21, 2016 13:27
Thanks, picking up the last one in the Leeds store today. Bargain
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Samsung 850 evo 250gb ssd sata3 @ maplin £67.99 inc delivery

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Tech specs Application Client PCs Capacity 250 GB (1 GB=1 Billionbyte by IDEMA) * Actual usable capacity may be less (due to formatting, partitioning, operating system, applications…
taras Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago15 Comments
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Just as an example of my recently purchased 850 Pro 256GB version, once i cloned my old HDD/Windows 8.1 to the SSD using Acronis True Image 2015 and installed Samsung magician, configured it for OP or Over Provisioning i got a primary partition of 211GB.

Silly me thought my Samsung 540U3C had a Sata 3 based on a reviewers details, turns out Its Sata 2 and achieved around 250 Write / 300 Read with 100GB of additional data.

But when compared to my home machine with a 1TB Samsung Evo 840, Sata 3, Magician optimised (excluding Rapid Mode) got around 400+ R&W

Happy buying!
Clicked the deal for info on the SSD, not the current price of Pepsi wherever :{
The reason i said this is a mid range performance drives is because of the pci-e 3.0 x4 nvme u.2 and m.2 capable drives.. but those are multiple times more expensive than this drive.
jackcrack
Common Sense
taras
I would say right now. as you can't go back in time. Some of the price hike (of around £20) is to do with the £/€,
In essence you are saying the current lowest price is a deal.
It may well be a deal as all prices are deals, but I would not say it is a good deal.
Eg We all know the "real" price of 2l of diet Pepsi is 99p. When it is 99p is it a good deal, or the standard price?
When the shops increase the price to £1.99 (for a cut the week later to claim a half price offer), is the £1.99 a good deal as it is the lowest current price? I would say "no".
I would never buy at £1.99 and would wait for the standard price. If the price was reduced below the standard price, I would call it a "good" deal. If the price is significantly lower than the standard price, I would call it a "hot" deal.
In my view, the lowest current price does not make it a good deal.
This is simply my view and others have every right to disagree (without abusive comments)!
​artificial sweeteners cause the same insulin spikes as sugar, best to stop buying soda altogether

Common Sense
DAZZ2000
Your logic is seriously flawed. Your example is based on a bottle of Coke with an RRP of £1.99 being dropped to 99p and then back up to RRP again? So do tell how this compares to a electronic component that has no official RRP and is not back up to whatever you consider the full price to be?.
This appears to be the most competitive price right now for this particular make/model of SSD. If you were in the market for said device and couldn't wait too long for the prices to again drop then this is the best deal for you. Yes it's not at its hottest but it's still a deal.
You might have a different take if you take that plunge and post your first deal :p
I do not accept my logic is flawed. 2l Pepsi does not have a RRP. I did not say it does. The 99p I mentioned was a typical selling price. Note the term I use. It is very important in retail. Most RRP were scrapped years ago. What I indicated was an analogy.
The lowest price for the drive on Amazon was £58.99 on Dec 23, 2015. Recently, Apr 04, 2016 it was £67.96. Both these are lower prices than in this post. So, the current price is higher than even what one could but it for 2 weeks ago, delivered free. The price was even lower from third party sellers - still with full warranty.
It may be the current lowest price now (I am not sure it is - as it appears a new one is £61.40, delivered on ebay) but it does not make it a good deal, in my view. It may be you consider the current higher price a good deal. Not all deals are good deals. It depends who one views "good". A higher price than recent, to me is not good.
Hot UK deals members do not need to post deals to participate. I demonstrated one can buy cheaper !

I think this is one where I doubt I'm going to win you over so we'll have to agree to disagree! :p

It is currently the best price from what I can see though, and I potentially am in the market for another of these. As you say, they were cheaper about 4 months back. If i'd realised I needed another by now I'd have bought it then but failing that this is only a relatively minor hit to the pocket in the scheme of things :)

As for the posting of deals, that was a tongue in cheek bit of banter there. Certainly not suggesting you have to post a deal to participate :)
Common Sense
taras
I would say right now. as you can't go back in time. Some of the price hike (of around £20) is to do with the £/€,

In essence you are saying the current lowest price is a deal.
It may well be a deal as all prices are deals, but I would not say it is a good deal.

Eg We all know the "real" price of 2l of diet Pepsi is 99p. When it is 99p is it a good deal, or the standard price?
When the shops increase the price to £1.99 (for a cut the week later to claim a half price offer), is the £1.99 a good deal as it is the lowest current price? I would say "no".

I would never buy at £1.99 and would wait for the standard price. If the price was reduced below the standard price, I would call it a "good" deal. If the price is significantly lower than the standard price, I would call it a "hot" deal.

In my view, the lowest current price does not make it a good deal.

This is simply my view and others have every right to disagree (without abusive comments)!



​artificial sweeteners cause the same insulin spikes as sugar, best to stop buying soda altogether
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Cat 7 Flat 10m Network Cable reduced from £21.99 to £8.99 @ Maplin

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Ordered one of these for a mate on Tuesday which arrived today. My local store didnt have any on the shelf so ordered one for me for home delivery which was free. Cheapest 10m cable was £17.99 but w…
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sureshot
Thanks for posting OP and giving us the choice. ;)


​I thought that was the point of the site. oO
Unless all the internal wiring in the house is CAT 7, then a CAT 7 patch lead is totally pointless.

And I really doubt anyone has CAT 7 all over their house, so a waste of time and money

By all means CAT 6 your house (I have) which is good enough for 10GB ethernet, but don't waste your time with this.
Thanks for posting OP and giving us the choice. ;)
mbuckhurst
You might think that, but when you've spent ages testing your entire house wiring to discover the 1m patch cable you were using, was why you were getting 10 megabit not gigabit speeds, you'd understand :-)
The faster you go the more important that all the components in the house are up to scratch, in reality I bet the cables that are routed across the desk/over the floor, or in the patch panel are more susceptible to general RF interference, than those neatly run, when you lay fixed wiring you can make sure the cables are routed well away from mains cables, in their own conduit under the floor or in the walls, whereas that cable sticking out the back of the PC is going to running parallel to the power line, more than likely, or simply forgotten.
mike
Yes I guess so, I've not had any issues other the odd cable failing completely but I'll remember what you said :D
spannerzone
mbuckhurst
Not at the moment, probably, but as the price of SSDs drops, it's not going to be so unreasonable to expect network devices to be capable of transferring data at 10GB speeds, which although not necessarily guaranteed, should be possible with true Cat 7.
Of course at the moment we can't see why we need the speeds, but that was true when we were using BNC connectors, yet somehow it now seems impossible to imagine a world where we didn't need gigabit.
mike
I can understand making wiring future proof when you're building it into a property but can't see the need for a 10metre Cat7 cable :D

You might think that, but when you've spent ages testing your entire house wiring to discover the 1m patch cable you were using, was why you were getting 10 megabit not gigabit speeds, you'd understand :-)

The faster you go the more important that all the components in the house are up to scratch, in reality I bet the cables that are routed across the desk/over the floor, or in the patch panel are more susceptible to general RF interference, than those neatly run, when you lay fixed wiring you can make sure the cables are routed well away from mains cables, in their own conduit under the floor or in the walls, whereas that cable sticking out the back of the PC is going to running parallel to the power line, more than likely, or simply forgotten.

mike
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Sennheiser Momentum Over head Ivory £99.99 @ Maplins

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Been looking around and could only find these @£129ish on ebay so seams like a good price for them, Also you can get 4% at quidco Product details Sennheiser Momentum Over head Ivory • Closed desig…
Bades Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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Nabbed a pair before they went out of stock. I've been after a pair of the version 1 Momentum for a while due to the smaller design earcups, glad I got a pair before they are discontinued.
Hot! This is an amazing deal for the over ear headphones. Bought some a while back from Amazon at around £150 and they still retail for a similar price now. The title for this deal (and on the Maplin site) is misleading though as they are not clearly labelled as "over ear" which typically command a 50-75% higher price than the "on ears".
These are a very good set of headphones for the price. They're over ear and sublime. I have a pair and they sound great and very comfy too!
rev6
quadpatch
cool headphones. not a bad price but I still prefer the sound of the HD25 over the momentums and they're about the same price. these look prettier and a bit comfier as they are sort of over ear but aren't big enough to be fully away from the whole ear.
on a side note I hate the term "over head", it should be "over ear". i think that's what they mean as they're almost big enough. surely every pair of headphones is "over head" 0.o

The HD25 are on-ear? They look it.

Good price.



​yes i should have been more clear about that. they are "on ear", but the momentums are barely in the "over ear" size caregory. I have comfort issue with both. Purely for sound quality I prefer the HD25.
quadpatch
cool headphones. not a bad price but I still prefer the sound of the HD25 over the momentums and they're about the same price. these look prettier and a bit comfier as they are sort of over ear but aren't big enough to be fully away from the whole ear.
on a side note I hate the term "over head", it should be "over ear". i think that's what they mean as they're almost big enough. surely every pair of headphones is "over head" 0.o

The HD25 are on-ear? They look it.

Good price.


Edited By: rev6 on Apr 13, 2016 15:50
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Steelseries Apex [RAW] Gaming Keyboard - £34.99 @ Maplin

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Excellent price if there is one in stock at a Maplin near you. Normally about £60 elsewhere. Product details SteelSeries Apex [RAW] Illuminated Gaming Keyboard • Low profile keys for a short travel…
spudbynight Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago3 Comments
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Bit of a late reply:

I'm typing on this keyboard now, definitely worth the budget price of around £30. Ignore the RRP of £60, that is exaggerated and can find it for around £30 anywhere else. The keyboard itself is nice, it is quite big depends whether you prefer that or not. Lots of macro keys, not too noisy and the illumination is nice and bright and controllable. The SteelSeries Engine is decent too. Have no complaints here :D
How good is this keyboard?? As I need a new one and there are so many to choose from. Sounds good price wise..
same price in amazon, and £31.87 in warehouse deals
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parrot minidrone £20.00 - Maplin - instore

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Maplin price matched the reduced Tesco offer of £20, just showed them the hukd app and the tesco offer, they are 79.99 in maplins with a free battery, They said they would price match but not with the…
Dazz16 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago13 Comments
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madmaxxbelfast
still plenty left in tesco newtownbreda


​will check the one near Hollywood tomorrow not that they have any offer ever
Dazz16
Pluun
"Free to"?
Free to what?
reworded my post :)
Don't worry.
I should feel worse than you for picking up on it.:(
Pluun
"Free to"?
Free to what?
reworded my post :)
"Free to"?
Free to what?
northwales
they may get there hands slapped for that, not supposed to price match clearance items

You're likely right there.

I tried what the Op suggests myself a few moments ago and Maplin weren't budging. The store manager called one of the Tesco stores to confirm, one that supposedly had stock 2 days ago according to that other thread, and the Tesco staff member said it was online only - and online shows as £99!. No dice.

You've got to be seriously fortunate for any Maplin store to do this so its more of a lottery than a deal.
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Seagate 8TB USB 3.0 Backup Plus Desktop External HDD £194.99 @ Maplin

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Potentially £186.71 TCB 4.2% which is £8.19 So if the cashback is included, this will bring down the price to £186.71 I believe this is the cheapest price so far though I am happy to be corrected…
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Tamtamtam
pantaiema

You are comparing yourself with other people. You defenitely do not know why people need this sort of HDD .
Are you aware that one 3D 4K movie could be around 40GB ??
One could download a pack of movies, megapack of 1TB or more just with one click. ...
tamoil
remember people saying the same thing on hukd, when 1tb drives were coming out.
Calm down guys I was obviously trolling, its the same post that is made any-time a high capacity HDD is listed on HUKD.
Also if MKV gets up to date then your looking more 15-20GB.
And when 3D 4K Movies become readily available hopefully the price of 8GB HDDs will be significantly lower. But that probably wont happen as 3D has been a monumental flop :(
I work in IT I'm used to tape back-ups :P

Working in IT does not make you expert in Video editing.
Also there are a bunch of incompetent people working in IT. Self proclaim that you are expert does not make a truly expert.

​Most pointless least insightful comment I've read in a long time.

You might as well have said "rocks are sometimes hard".

Also it was factually innacurate I didn't 'proclaim myself an expert' I merely said I regularly work with magnetic tape (which incase you didn't know until recently stored a hell of a lot more data than HDDs).

Edited By: Tamtamtam on Apr 09, 2016 16:57: Grammar
pantaiema

Also there are a bunch of incompetent people working in IT. Self proclaim that you are expert does not make a truly expert.
How do you know that!....are you an expert?
:)
NathanLFC
Roger_Irrelevant
Think the future is x265, basically a quarter of the storage space for similar quality from what I can see.
Check on your favourite seafaring site, and remember, tor browser is your friend. ;)
x265 has shocking audio
So what is a good H.265 decoder that works well?
Tamtamtam
pantaiema

You are comparing yourself with other people. You defenitely do not know why people need this sort of HDD .
Are you aware that one 3D 4K movie could be around 40GB ??
One could download a pack of movies, megapack of 1TB or more just with one click. ...
tamoil
remember people saying the same thing on hukd, when 1tb drives were coming out.
Calm down guys I was obviously trolling, its the same post that is made any-time a high capacity HDD is listed on HUKD.
Also if MKV gets up to date then your looking more 15-20GB.
And when 3D 4K Movies become readily available hopefully the price of 8GB HDDs will be significantly lower. But that probably wont happen as 3D has been a monumental flop :(
I work in IT I'm used to tape back-ups :P

Working in IT does not make you expert in Video editing.
Also there are a bunch of incompetent people working in IT. Self proclaim that you are expert does not make a truly expert.
Roger_Irrelevant
Think the future is x265, basically a quarter of the storage space for similar quality from what I can see.

Check on your favourite seafaring site, and remember, tor browser is your friend. ;)


x265 has shocking audio
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Double Cylinder Foot Pump (£5.00) for bicycle, car or water rockets £5 - free c&c

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Inflate your car or bicycle tyre in half the time• Two cylinders for faster inflation• Ideal for pumping up your water rocket* product come with adaptors for different valve sizes. I have used it mys…
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If you visit your local store, then can have it delivered there via yodel and you can collect it from there, you will have to pay in advance for the product (£5) no postage charges, simply ask them to check the stock \ locate it in another store and have it delivered to yours. Usually it takes up to 4 to 7 days, you can also advise them about the store that currently have the stock.
only in Kent or Stirling
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Netgear Arlo single camera £87.99 and £10 voucher 4% Quidco @ Maplin

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**READ THE POST FOR REQUIREMENTS** I've been looking for a Netgear Arlo camera for a little extra home security and noticed Maplin currently have the best price. Delivery is free or you can C&C from…
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Yeah, a bit of a shame but I guess they've covered a more likely use case for needing audio with the Arlo Q range - baby monitors, 1080p, 2-way audio albeit with a mains requirement.
If this had audio as well as video, I'd be all over it
Yes agreed, heat added
windta1ker
Been this price on Amazon for a week if you prefer to order from there

Thanks, wasn't aware. All things being equal I would, but will stick with Maplin for the 4% Quidco and £10 voucher.
Been this price on Amazon for a week if you prefer to order from there
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SanDisk 480GB Ultra II SSD **Maplin £99.99**

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Really competitive price on a 480Gb Ultra II 550MB/s Read and a write speed of 500MB/s
mshah12345 Avatar2m, 9h agoFound 2 months, 9 hours ago18 Comments
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ICTHUS
Optimus_Toaster
I'll tell you why this drive with it's "amazing" benchmark scores is colder than "slower" drives.
Benchmarks don't mean jack-all when it comes to ssds anymore. Least of all sequential read and writes. Even people with 2GB/s m.2 nvme drives are saying they aren't noticeably quicker than sata drives.
Absolutely wrong. I have put 100's of SSD drives in Laptops and PC's in place of a SATA drive and the performance increase is brilliant. It builds Windows quicker. Boots up Faster. And loads Apps faster.
E.G. My PC at home (running Windows 7-64bit and using 8GB of RAM) opened Photoshop CS4 64bit in about 45 seconds using SATA drives. Now using 2 x 240GB SANDISK SSD drives, Photoshop opens in 5 seconds. So don't try and tell us SSD drives do not give a speed improvement.
Don't know whose comment you read but it wasn't mine. I never said an SSD is no faster than a HDD. Everyone knows they are so it's not worth mentioning.

What I said it there is no perceivable real world difference between a drive with amazing benchmarks and one with with less amazing benchmarks.

And this SSD is SATA, like most of them.
Optimus_Toaster
I'll tell you why this drive with it's "amazing" benchmark scores is colder than "slower" drives.

Benchmarks don't mean jack-all when it comes to ssds anymore. Least of all sequential read and writes. Even people with 2GB/s m.2 nvme drives are saying they aren't noticeably quicker than sata drives.
Absolutely wrong. I have put 100's of SSD drives in Laptops and PC's in place of a SATA drive and the performance increase is brilliant. It builds Windows quicker. Boots up Faster. And loads Apps faster.

E.G. My PC at home (running Windows 7-64bit and using 8GB of RAM) opened Photoshop CS4 64bit in about 45 seconds using SATA drives. Now using 2 x 240GB SANDISK SSD drives, Photoshop opens in 5 seconds. So don't try and tell us SSD drives do not give a speed improvement.
And Amazon back up to £103.99
Just been Maplin. Back to £129 again.
Tragically I bought one of these about 6 months ago and paid £114.98!! To their credit Amazon did refund me the difference when they reduced the price online - I got an entire £0.01 extra back. Even so the price of £99 from Maplins is slightly higher than I'd hope to pay these days, but it's still cheaper than Amazon.
And I can say that this is a great drive - I'm very happy with it.
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Speedlink Black Widow Flight Stick £19.99 @ Maplin free C&C only

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This has been posted before a few months back at the same price but expired, presumably an occasional Maplin offer? Was going to buy this at Currys yesterday at £29.99 after reading the reviews as I
Hucknallred Avatar2m, 1d agoFound 2 months, 1 day ago2 Comments
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Hucknallred
It never ceases to amaze me that people click cold, but won't back this up by posting a better deal.

But it is not saitek or logitech though. :p

I have had this joysticks for around 5 years and it is still going strong.It has the same build quality as CH sticks
It never ceases to amaze me that people click cold, but won't back this up by posting a better deal.
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Free £10 voucher when you spend £50 or Free £20 voucher when you spend £100 @ Maplin (in store and online)

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As the title suggests, free £10 voucher when you spend £50, or free £20 voucher when you spend £100. Very similar to the Argos deal that they do. The offer runs from Thursday 24th March 2016 - Monday…
bestthingsinceslicedbread Avatar2m, 5d agoFound 2 months, 5 days ago4 Comments
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Carrier bags also count towards this limit. So buying a £9.99 item with a £0.05 bag will suffice
They sell mostly really boring stuff.
Yeah, can't really argue with you tbh - can be cheaper for most items on eBay etc, but can get the odd item that is a deal, & then you get a voucher to go spend on another overpriced item - so not too bad ;)
Or Just buy cheaper from elsewhere?, I often have a look in Maplin and am amazed how much they charge for most goods. Having said that, they had some nice Rolson screwdrivers the other day on offer lol
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Canary 1080p Day and Night All-in-One IP Camera - Black £119.00 @ Maplin

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Was £159.00, now from today just £119.00 Canary 1080p Day and Night All-in-One IP Camera - Black • Record and view your home in crystal clear clarity thanks to Canary’s 1080p HD camera • IP CCTV tech…
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This is a great device. For those that want hassle free setup, NV HD camera, alarm, sensors, free cloud storage and a great app to manage the device and their home security it's a great deal.
anthony69
Cant recommend these cameras enough. Weve got one aimed down our back passage and its already seen one guy off.

Last time I had a camera aimed at my back passage only thing it saw was hemorrhoids.......
Paid full price 6 mths ago and quite happy with the camera , no contract , this is a good deal , IMO .
anthony69
Cant recommend these cameras enough. Weve got one aimed down our back passage and its already seen one guy off.
Filth
Waterboy8535
Or save £20 and get one that does 360 degree rotation. Can invert the picture and put it on the ceiling like I have and view all around.
I use it to keep an eye on my dog. It even comes with 2 way audio so we can talk to each other :p

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0145OQTPG?psc=1

The 360 degrees one makes a lot more sense.
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4x3 Step Multi Function Folding Ladder with Platform 3.56m - £39.99 @ Maplin

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The multi position folding ladder with platform which appears occasionally. I have one, it's great. And on offer from Maplin. I hope somebody else hasn't posted I checked but apologies if I am mistak…
gkbeckmann Avatar2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago10 Comments
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back to £49.99 :(
Don't forget top cash back which is currently 6.06%
donut64
popoyaya
Can you predict when the platform will appear or is it just totally random, and how often?
I got it. LOL
Me too!
popoyaya
Can you predict when the platform will appear or is it just totally random, and how often?
I got it. LOL
hotuk removed because not a 1000 feedback seller but here is the link if any1 is interested
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/322040528764
Make an offer of £50 they will accept


Your Item - Your Success
UK POST 4.75M 14 in 1 Multi Purpose Folding Aluminium DIY Ladder ZNU
with 2 Scaffold Working Plates
Accepted offer: £50.00
You made a deal and saved 8% against the asking price!
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D-Link Smart Home Starter Kit - £99.99 @ Maplin

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* Reduced from £149.99 * Was on the lookout for a decent IP cam to keep an eye on the home and pets while im out and went for this. Also combines with a motion sensor and plug which can be controlled
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mobiletech
good price for what it is but I've always thought the term "starter kit" to describe this product was a bit misleading as it doesn't include the hub. still hot though :)
Don't need the hub as all the devices are Wi-Fi and connects to your existing router.
good price for what it is but I've always thought the term "starter kit" to describe this product was a bit misleading as it doesn't include the hub. still hot though :)
motion sensor and plug is great. but IP camera not so good.
you bought a smart plug and an IP cam and a motion sensor? what do they interface to?
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Maplin 31-Piece 1/4 Inch Ratchet-Screw Driver Bit Set- £2.99 Maplin Online

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Maplin 31-Piece 1/4 Inch Ratchet Screwdriver Bit Set • Ratchet screwdriver with bit set • High carbon steel bits for strength and torque • Soft grip handle for comfort Contents:  1x 1/4" Ratchet 4x…
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Home Delivery £2.99 up to 5 working days time frame.
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SanDisk Ultra II 960 GB £179.00 @ Maplin - c&c only

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Great Deal - SSD 960 GB 179 GBP instead of 219. Couldn't fit it anywhere below 195! - 960GB internal solid state drive (SSD) giving you a large storage capacity for your computer • 2.5 inch SATA
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Back in stock but £5 price hike.
Now £199
Deedie
these have been £150 or lower, and are regularly £160, I would wait. they will be £160 again soon
Agreed. Not arguing with this deal if it's the cheapest available today but I bought it when it was £142.99 @ Amazon. If you're prepared to wait a little while I don't doubt it'll be on offer again.
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these have been £150 or lower, and are regularly £160, I would wait. they will be £160 again soon
Awesome find chief.
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170W Variable Speed (8,000 - 35,000rpm) Rotary Tool with LCD and 219-Piece Accessory Set, £29.99 delivered @ Maplin

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Comes with flexi-drive shaft and 219 accessories, LCD display, "Dremel" knockoff. I've seen comments on HUKD that you can get an extra 10% off* at the till with a voucher from a promo magazine in stor…
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Back up to £49.99 now :(
Having a look at the Q&A section on the Maplin site - I must say, it's not very helpful. It implies that there are no accessories available (!) when people ask about additional cutting discs, etc. I'm confident the 400 piece set from Post #9 will be fine with this.

Does anyone know if this has replaceable brushes (like the Dremels do, and cheaper knockoffs like the Xenta from ebuyer)?

Also, boyf got his today and is moaning saying that the motor doesn't sound very healthy on its lowest speed, 8,000rpm - he reckons it changes pitch but I think it sounds okay, maybe the fans are to blame. Not being much of a DIY expert I can't really tell.
Thanks OP, been looking to get one of these for while, picked one up one in-store on my way home from work. There is also 4% Quidco or 4.2% TCB online and Maplin also do in-store cashback (When using Mastercard) you do need to accept the offer on the Maplin Quidco page though before purchase to get the moolah
Just back from Maplin - they had leaflets just outside the store! Great! But I didn't see any 10% off voucher in there.

After I spent my £29.99 I got a money off £75 or £35 spend voucher on my receipt. Still, can't complain for £30..
This Maplin 400 piece rotary accessory set can be had for as low as £9.99 but it's £12.99 at the moment http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/400-part-rotary-tool-accessory-kit-n63bx

On Amazon too http://www.amazon.co.uk/400-PIECE-ROTARY-TOOL-ACCESSORY/dp/B002NQLU58

http://images.maplinmedia.co.uk/400-part-rotary-tool-accessory-kit.jpg?w=283&h=283&r=4&o=GDszTAewux0X5uAKwaony7MQkPYj&V=xHl7

Might be overkill for some but useful to buy alongside. Good reviews for this too.

2x aluminium oxide grinding wheel 15.8 x 9.5mm
2x aluminium oxide grinding wheel 9.5 x 12.7mm
2x aluminium oxide parabolic wheel 9.5 x 19mm
6x aluminium oxide grinding wheel 20 x 3.2mm
2x silicon carbide grinding wheel 20x4mm
2x silicon carbide grinding wheel 9.5x4mm
6x silicon carbide grinding wheel 2 x 3.2mm
4x sanding band 6.35 x 12.7mm
8x sanding band 12.7 x 12.7mm
flap wheel 32x9.5mm
sanding shank 12.7x12.7mm
sanding shank 6.35x12.7mm
diamond cutter cylindrical 2.4x9.5mm
diamond cutter spherical 4mm
diamond cutter spherical 2mm
diamond cutter taper 3.2mm
diamond cutter dripping 3.2x6.4mm
HSS cutter spherical 3.2x8.7mm
HSS Cutter taper 3.2mm
5 x Cut off wheel fibre glass 32x1.2mm
30x cut off wheel heavy duty 24x0.8mm
136 x cut off wheel regular 24x0.6mm
150 x sanding disc
2 x rubber emery wheel
brass brush radial
brash brush axial
Stainless brush axial 5x44.5mm & 12.7x44.5mm
stainless brush radial
nylon brush axial
nylon brush radial
5 felt wheel
felt wheel point
4 felt wheel
cloth wheel
9.5mm wrench
2 each polished HSS twist drills 2.4mm & 1.6mm
2 collet chrome plated 3.2mm
collet chrome plated 2.4mm & 1.6mm
mandrel for cut off wheel 1.6mm screw
2 mandrel from cloth wheel 2.4mm screw
dressing stone SI carbide

A couple of forum discussions of the N17QN rotary tool:
http://www.scalerchelis.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=17450#p194003 (not sure about the comment querying whether it's made by Dremel - I can see TASP-branded clones of this on Aliexpress, etc, but who knows!)

http://www.300zx.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?182183-Can-you-recommend-a-decent-rotary-tool&p=1880241&viewfull=1#post1880241

http://www.300zx.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?182183-Can-you-recommend-a-decent-rotary-tool&p=1884184&viewfull=1#post1884184

Some say the collets in the 400 piece set above don't fit genuine Dremels but the tool shafts do http://www.ukworkshop.co.uk/forums/maplin-sale-of-dremel-type-add-ons-9-99-t36253.html

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Intel NUC DN2820FYKH HDD Celeron Bay Trail Barebone Mini PC £79.99 @ Maplin

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Down from £119.99 to £79.99 saving £40
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I have used this actual NUC, don't waste your time if you want video playback, this struggles with 1080p, just about maanges it with Windows 10 installed, you'll have to go in to the BIOS and set the video RAM amount to a larger amount if I remember correctly.
I'm serious if you want video playback this is a pile of crap! The CPU is so underpowered for the job. I've had two for sale for over a year in the shop I work and and no one wants them, you can hardly demo a youtube video in 1080p you get frame drops. I wouldn't buy one of these if it was £10 and I'm not joking!
I use 3 of these for Plex Home Theatre and they handle full 1080p with DTS absolutely 100% fine; no stutters, no buffering, no lag.
Same CPU and running Plex on a full OS or not?

Yup, n2820 on barebones Windows 8.1 x64.

Edited By: kup on Mar 18, 2016 01:49
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I am with you.
The N2807 and N3050 is a bit weak.
Spend £13 to get twice the power which is sufficient for normal tasks. I think the £13 is well spent. And it is amazon, cannot fault its service.

I've just built one of these for my daughter. She previously had a mini-itx PC based on a dual core J1800 that I built myself. I was really surprised how much faster the J1900 feels over the J1800. The extra cores make a huge difference in Windows 10, even though they're slower than the cores in the J1800.
kup
fishmaster
I have used this actual NUC, don't waste your time if you want video playback, this struggles with 1080p, just about maanges it with Windows 10 installed, you'll have to go in to the BIOS and set the video RAM amount to a larger amount if I remember correctly.
I'm serious if you want video playback this is a pile of crap! The CPU is so underpowered for the job. I've had two for sale for over a year in the shop I work and and no one wants them, you can hardly demo a youtube video in 1080p you get frame drops. I wouldn't buy one of these if it was £10 and I'm not joking!

I use 3 of these for Plex Home Theatre and they handle full 1080p with DTS absolutely 100% fine; no stutters, no buffering, no lag.


​Same for me - until I got some h.265 1080p content that it just didn't have the power to decode smoothly (Kodi/Linux).
Now I use Emby on my home server to do any heavy lifting if required and Emby client on NowTV boxes around the house.
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fishmaster
I have used this actual NUC, don't waste your time if you want video playback, this struggles with 1080p, just about maanges it with Windows 10 installed, you'll have to go in to the BIOS and set the video RAM amount to a larger amount if I remember correctly.
I'm serious if you want video playback this is a pile of crap! The CPU is so underpowered for the job. I've had two for sale for over a year in the shop I work and and no one wants them, you can hardly demo a youtube video in 1080p you get frame drops. I wouldn't buy one of these if it was £10 and I'm not joking!

Did you install the 32 or the 64bit version of Windows on it? I've often been tempted by these mini pcs but it's ridiculous if they can't play youtube videos! And being hamstrung in Mint! Hah!


​these are great defiantly worth the money, have mine running windows 7 and 10 64 bit versions, openelec spot on, played tf2 and mine craft. not sure what others struggled with
kup
fishmaster
I have used this actual NUC, don't waste your time if you want video playback, this struggles with 1080p, just about maanges it with Windows 10 installed, you'll have to go in to the BIOS and set the video RAM amount to a larger amount if I remember correctly.
I'm serious if you want video playback this is a pile of crap! The CPU is so underpowered for the job. I've had two for sale for over a year in the shop I work and and no one wants them, you can hardly demo a youtube video in 1080p you get frame drops. I wouldn't buy one of these if it was £10 and I'm not joking!
I use 3 of these for Plex Home Theatre and they handle full 1080p with DTS absolutely 100% fine; no stutters, no buffering, no lag.

Same CPU and running Plex on a full OS or not?