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Nintendo DSi console in Metallic Blue or Blue £124.86 @ Shopto.net (Black, White & Red are £129.95)

£124.86 @ ShopTo
The Nintendo DSi in blue or Metallic blue for £124.86 with free 1st class recorded delivery at Shopto.net. The deal link takes you to the metallic Blue one, working link for the others posted below…
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
The Nintendo DSi in blue or Metallic blue for £124.86 with free 1st class recorded delivery at Shopto.net.

The deal link takes you to the metallic Blue one, working link for the others posted below.

Black, White and red are £129.95 which is still cheaper than anywhere else if you prefer these colours.

All the best Jake1983
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#1
#2
I just paid £129 on friday and thought that was good!
#3
This is certainly the cheapest I've seen.

Does anyone think they may come down in price at all. I want two, so obviously I want the best price, but I' m abit concerned that I might leave it too long and not get any?
#4
Nintendo are bringing out a larger screen version of the DSi at the start of next year. Screen sizes going from 3.2 to 4.2 inches. May be worth waiting as the prices of a standard DSi should come down after Christmas.

http://www.reghardware.co.uk/2009/10/29/nintendo_dsi_ll/
#5
omoorej
Nintendo are bringing out a larger screen version of the DSi at the start of next year. Screen sizes going from 3.2 to 4.2 inches. May be worth waiting as the prices of a standard DSi should come down after Christmas.

http://www.reghardware.co.uk/2009/10/29/nintendo_dsi_ll/


Just had an email about this. Just typical, as I'm buying my 2 a dsi for xmas and they've set their heart on one NOW and not early next year!
#6
When additions direct (or whoever they were) changed their name to'very' they were selling the dsi for £119. I managed to have a discount code of £10 pounds on first orders.So i got my hubby to open an account and was able to buy the dsi for £112 delivered. Sadly they have them onsale for £149.

I'm glad I bought it, it has lots of wonderful featues and keeps me amused for a long time.Which the hubby and children dont like!!! lol
#7
I bought a black one which looks more classic in my opinion.
1 Like #8
itsgoodtoshare
Just had an email about this. Just typical, as I'm buying my 2 a dsi for xmas and they've set their heart on one NOW and not early next year!


I wouldnt worry abot the dsi xl, it is aimed at people with problems with there sight, it is massive, hardly a portable device you would carry around with you everywhere, it weighs more than the original ds released in 2004!!

Nice big screens but same resolution so all those pixels are going to look massive, it will have a much worse quality picture compared to the ds, ds lite and dsi.

Look its huge!!
http://ds.kombo.com/images/content/news/blurb_dsill2_20091029.jpg
#9
Jake1983
I wouldnt worry abot the dsi xl, it is aimed at people with problems with there sight, it is massive, hardly a portable device you would carry around with you everywhere, it weighs more than the original ds released in 2004!!

Nice big screens but same resolution so all those pixels are going to look massive, it will have a much worse quality picture compared to the ds, ds lite and dsi.

Look its huge!!
http://ds.kombo.com/images/content/news/blurb_dsill2_20091029.jpg


Ok. Thanks for that. :thumbsup:
#10
itsgoodtoshare
Ok. Thanks for that. :thumbsup:


no worries, your children will be over the moon with a DSi, i love mine (im a big kid, lol) so much nicer than the ds lite, the camera is surprisingly good, the applications and games you can download are well priced and great fun, being able to upload photos straight to facebook is cool and the actual dsi is nicer to use with bigger screens and better speakers all in a nice compact size!

All the best Jake:thumbsup:
#11
Thank you very much Jake, what a thoughtful post!! Sounds just up my daughter's street, but over my son's head LOL. Thank you for telling me this, I think they will be thrilled with them!
#12
omoorej
Nintendo are bringing out a larger screen version of the DSi at the start of next year. Screen sizes going from 3.2 to 4.2 inches. May be worth waiting as the prices of a standard DSi should come down after Christmas.

http://www.reghardware.co.uk/2009/10/29/nintendo_dsi_ll/


People said that the DS Lite would be cheap when the DSi came out.
How much cheaper are they compared to before?
#13
Never used ShopTo before, anyone got any good/bad experience with them?
Oh & the red one's only available to pre-order. Guess which one my boy would love :santa: to bring for him :roll: :roll:
HH.
#14
I'm still not convinced by the DSi, I just bought my son a DS Lite for £87 instead. They were £97 in Argos, I added a £3 case and stylus kit and got a £10 voucher back. IMO thats a much better deal if you're only interested in playing games on it.
#15
wibbleboy
I'm still not convinced by the DSi, I just bought my son a DS Lite for £87 instead. They were £97 in Argos, I added a £3 case and stylus kit and got a £10 voucher back. IMO thats a much better deal if you're only interested in playing games on it.


You odviously have not used the DSi!
DSi rinses the ds lite, not just because of the camera, editing software, sound recorder, memory card slot, downloadable wii ware games and software, nicer menu's etc.... but it is better to play games on too, bigger screens, better speakers and the slimmer shape and longer stylus make long gaming sessions much more comfortable!

Oh I forgot, you can download the free web browser to surf the net and flipnote to make animations, DSi is miles ahead of the ds!

And there are going to be DSi only games using the camera:thumbsup:
#16
Jake1983
You odviously have not used the DSi!
DSi rinses the ds lite, not just because of the camera, editing software, sound recorder, memory card slot, downloadable wii ware games and software, nicer menu's etc.... but it is better to play games on too, bigger screens, better speakers and the slimmer shape and longer stylus make long gaming sessions much more comfortable!

Oh I forgot, you can download the free web browser to surf the net and flipnote to make animations, DSi is miles ahead of the ds!

And there are going to be DSi only games using the camera:thumbsup:


I've said it loads of times here, I HAVE used a DSi for a lengthy period and simply wasn't impressed. The camera is terrible, easily surpassed by the one in my £20 mobile, the screen isn't hugely improved, only marginal at best. I only use the DS for playing games, so never even see the menus. I've never had a problem with the controls or the stylus, despite having large hands; if anything, longer gaming sessions are worse due to the decreased battery life. Upping the wireless to support WPA would have been extremely useful, except it doesn't work on the 2000+ existing games on the market. Fair enough, if you'll make use of the dodgy camera, slow internet browsing, etc then it's worth the extra, but if you're only interested in the games I'd rather have the £35 in my pocket.
#17
wibbleboy
I've said it loads of times here, I HAVE used a DSi for a lengthy period and simply wasn't impressed. The camera is terrible, easily surpassed by the one in my £20 mobile, the screen isn't hugely improved, only marginal at best. I only use the DS for playing games, so never even see the menus. I've never had a problem with the controls or the stylus, despite having large hands; if anything, longer gaming sessions are worse due to the decreased battery life. Upping the wireless to support WPA would have been extremely useful, except it doesn't work on the 2000+ existing games on the market. Fair enough, if you'll make use of the dodgy camera, slow internet browsing, etc then it's worth the extra, but if you're only interested in the games I'd rather have the £35 in my pocket.


you cant get dsi ware on the ds lite and there is dsi only Games coming for the dsi so more game choice on DSi , the screens are bigger and brighter and the speakers are louder and clearer making games more enjoyable! so regardless of all the extras which contrary to what you say are well worth having, the dsi is far better even if you are only interested in games!
#18
Jake1983
you cant get dsi ware on the ds lite and there is dsi only Games coming for the dsi so more game choice on DSi , the screens are bigger and brighter and the speakers are louder and clearer making games more enjoyable! so regardless of all the extras which contrary to what you say are well worth having, the dsi is far better even if you are only interested in games!


The DSi has been out over a year now, to date the number of exclusive games is still in single digits. I say it again, the screen improvements are marginal at best, also speakers mean nothing if you're using headphones to avoid annoying people nearby.

I'm afraid that Nintendo failed to deliver IMO, putting a half decent megapixel camera, backwards compatibility for the wireless upgrades, etc would have made it an essential purchase, DSiWare also suffers because it uses a points scheme separate to the Wii, meaning you have to keep two separate points accounts topped up with points to use them (why can't MS and Nintendo shift to using cash values instead?). I'd also rather they had kept the GBA slot and either dropped the SD card slot or use MicroSD instead, since I have a couple of addons which use the GBA slot.

As it is is remains £35-£50 more for features a lot of people don't care about. They should have kept the retail price the same as the DS Lite, then it would have been more appealing.
#19
wibbleboy
The DSi has been out over a year now, to date the number of exclusive games is still in single digits. I say it again, the screen improvements are marginal at best, also speakers mean nothing if you're using headphones to avoid annoying people nearby.

I'm afraid that Nintendo failed to deliver IMO, putting a half decent megapixel camera, backwards compatibility for the wireless upgrades, etc would have made it an essential purchase, DSiWare also suffers because it uses a points scheme separate to the Wii, meaning you have to keep two separate points accounts topped up with points to use them (why can't MS and Nintendo shift to using cash values instead?). I'd also rather they had kept the GBA slot and either dropped the SD card slot or use MicroSD instead, since I have a couple of addons which use the GBA slot.

As it is is remains £35-£50 more for features a lot of people don't care about. They should have kept the retail price the same as the DS Lite, then it would have been more appealing.


lol, well lets agree to disagree:thumbsup:
#20
wibbleboy


As it is is remains £35-£50 more for features a lot of people don't care about. They should have kept the retail price the same as the DS Lite, then it would have been more appealing.


In the UK we are very lucky as the DS Lite is cheap. On the mainland the price difference between the Two is only 20 euros, so it's a no brainer. The UK is a fickle market. On a worldwide scale the DSi is impressive, and has features that will keep the kids amused longer.
#21
HappyH
Never used ShopTo before, anyone got any good/bad experience with them?
Oh & the red one's only available to pre-order. Guess which one my boy would love :santa: to bring for him :roll: :roll:
HH.


Shop To are ace - I've bought and sold loads with them - delivery is superquick!!
#22
Gold Feet
In the UK we are very lucky as the DS Lite is cheap. On the mainland the price difference between the Two is only 20 euros, so it's a no brainer. The UK is a fickle market. On a worldwide scale the DSi is impressive, and has features that will keep the kids amused longer.


:thumbsup: +1
#23
Taking into account the price difference, the DS Lite is a far better package than the DSi. The cameras on it are not good in anything other than optimal conditions. The WIFI is a let down, not letting you connect anywhere that might require a log in or an initial splash page, and even when you can connect such as at home, the web browsing is difficult to impossible other than on WAP and mobile versions of web pages. It is slightly larger in area making it less likely to fit into a pocket, though slightly thinner.

For the price, and given its main function of playing games, the DSi is not worth it over the Lite. But obviously kids will see the adverts and want it anyway and I'm sure they will still have fun with them.
#24
£119 for either DSI black and White in Sainsbury's now!
#25
Jake1983
lol, well lets agree to disagree:thumbsup:


Gosh, you couldn't get 2 more opposing views! Completely stuck on which one to buy changed my mind several times reading your posts. Who to believe? Hmm. IF I had been able to get hold of a green one (my 3 year old's absolute fave colour to the point of obsession!) then it would have been the Lite, but since I can't get hold of one of these for love nor money (frustrating :x!) I am stuck between the two.

Why on earth they are bringing out the new DSI LL in that horrible wine colour is beyond me! What kid will want wine colour?! IMO anyway.
#26
wibbleboy
The DSi has been out over a year now, to date the number of exclusive games is still in single digits. I say it again, the screen improvements are marginal at best, also speakers mean nothing if you're using headphones to avoid annoying people nearby.

I'm afraid that Nintendo failed to deliver IMO, putting a half decent megapixel camera, backwards compatibility for the wireless upgrades, etc would have made it an essential purchase, DSiWare also suffers because it uses a points scheme separate to the Wii, meaning you have to keep two separate points accounts topped up with points to use them (why can't MS and Nintendo shift to using cash values instead?). I'd also rather they had kept the GBA slot and either dropped the SD card slot or use MicroSD instead, since I have a couple of addons which use the GBA slot.

As it is is remains £35-£50 more for features a lot of people don't care about. They should have kept the retail price the same as the DS Lite, then it would have been more appealing.


It came out in April didnt it? so how you get the idea its been out a year i dont know
#27
I coulda sworn i saw this in Asda for £125 with a game?

OR i could be imagining things.


actually i think it could have been morrisions

cant remember
#28
timothyw9
I coulda sworn i saw this in Asda for £125 with a game?

OR i could be imagining things.


actually i think it could have been morrisions

cant remember


Any chance you could check dude? Im literally about to buy one :santa:
Thanks!!!
#29
timothyw9
I coulda sworn i saw this in Asda for £125 with a game?

It was £125 but you have to pay £30 for the game
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/510368/nintendo-dsi-127-when-bought-with-a

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