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ATC Chameleon Dual Lens Action Camera Save £100 - £49.99 @ Oregon Scientific

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Hi all, I was browsing the web for a dual lens cameras and luckily enough this came up in my search. I've just placed my order, seems like a bargain. Grab yours before their gone!
John_K Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago11 Comments
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Import Duty is not payable on goods valued under £135. VAT is payable on goods valued over £15, however, the likelihood of HMRC stopping a package with a low declared value is virtually nil.

Problems arise when the seller isn't savvy enough to declare a suitably low value on the package. Eletoponline365 have shipped many thousands of Mobius cameras worldwide yet, as far as I can recall, not one person participating in the Mobius Forums I follow have had their package stopped by Customs.


Edited By: dooper on Apr 12, 2014 09:27: correction
Marking a package as low price does not guarantee you no customs or vat charge. Only if the company you're buying from reimburses you if you get charged is it safe. Like Digital Rev.
[quote=elkay]Thanks, but I won't chance the import taxes.

Elkay[/quote

There's no chance of import tax. The package is marked with a low declared value. I've never heard of anyone buying from Eletoponline365 having to pay a penny extra.

Edited By: dooper on Apr 12, 2014 06:37

Thanks, but I won't chance the import taxes.

Elkay
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ColourBerry Projection Clock - White £18.99 plus postage Oregon Scientific

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Oregon Scientific RM303W ColourBerry Projection Clock - White Begin a Bright Day with Colour-Fun Oregon Scientific ColourBerry Projection clocks come in 3 different colour choices: electric blu…
Mark2111 Avatar3y, 9m agoFound 3 years, 9 months ago7 Comments
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Sorry, that link is for when its back instore for the red one
Anyone who can point me towards a red one of these, I'm all ears!
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got mine for about £6 from focalprice. also came with temperature / humidity (which broke shortly after)

It's not currently on sale at focal price.
got mine for about £6 from focalprice. also came with temperature / humidity (which broke shortly after)
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Time & Wireless Charging Station £89.99 + postage @ oregon scientifc £93.89

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Nice present for anyone who has just got a Nokai 920/820. Its over £100 elsewhere There is also a very healthy 10% quidco to be had •Radio-controlled Clock •Displays indoor temperature an…
jrenshaw Avatar4y, 5d agoFound 4 years, 5 days ago4 Comments
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One of the few charging mats that will work with Nexus 4.

Still too pricey for me to consider it, plus I much prefer the design of the new Nexus charging Orb, But who knows when that will be available :(
I know people might think the device is expensive for what it is, and in some ways they are right. However can anyone find it cheaper?
I dont think it's able to charge your phone/ipod/etc if they have a case
nice idea but very pricey! not voting either way
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£5 off the new Boombero wireless speakers for smart phones from Oregon Scientific - £44.99

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Get £5 of at checkout with discount code: 6LD9D3GKKA New Oregon Scientific BOOMBERO Wireless Speaker - Black No Wires, No Syncing, No Docking, just Instant Play Music is for sharing. Forge…
SmartLiving Avatar4y, 2m agoFound 4 years, 2 months ago1 Comment
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Is this not self-promotion?
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Learning laptop for kids up to 60% off - Oregon Scientific £14.99

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Summer sale on early learning laptops from Oregon. Some good deals here for the kids the sunmer
Amieco Avatar4y, 4m agoFound 4 years, 4 months ago4 Comments
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My little boy had one as a gift for Christmas, terrible, not even worth £5. Difficult to use and most annoying music!
No fingerprint scanner nor any bluetooth capabilities, will look elsewhere.
Excellent price, but the lack of HDMI, USB 3.0 and what looks like a reflective screen, means I'm going to have to pass on this one.

I would be interested to hear Kunyks opinion on this one.
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Temperature Sensor & Radio Controlled Clock £21.44 @ Oregon Scientific

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I was looking for temperature sensor + digital clock and I came across what I think is the cheapest deal for this piece that I found anywhere on the web. Do not forget possible cashback retailers…
Airwind Avatar5y, 6d agoFound 5 years, 6 days ago1 Comment
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Oregon, non shonky, sensors are swoppable for expansion of units / system. we use quite a few around the house over the years I imagine we've got around 8 units, great precision & far more use out of one of these than a "gro-egg"
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Oregon Scientific InstaForecast I600 Global 5-day Weather Adviser II @ Oregon Scientific less than £30 delivered with 10% off discount code £29.64

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RRP £85 - No less than £50-£60 at other places. Seems like a good deal. Stock description below. USE discount code 'MAY10' for this price. It should come to this: Model Product Qty Unit P…
gadgets Avatar5y, 6m agoFound 5 years, 6 months ago5 Comments
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Included: THGN800 Wireless Temperature and Humidity Sensor

Reviews 2 yrs old as the_gfp mentioned. A total of 3 of them all complaining of software issues. There's other better reviews if u look around. I will report back once I have my unit...

Useless comment from bear bargains!
Ever heard of the met office website?
the reviews were 2 years ago so id have thought they might have sorted it out by now

or they might still be on hold

ive got a smaller station and love it
Average customer reviews on Radio-controlled weather station Oregon I 600 @ amazon very poor link
Do you need outside sensor for temperature?
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Oregon Scientific WMR 100UV Professional Weather Station plus UV was £229.99, now £119.99 +10% with code £110.64

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Was £229.99 Oregon Scientific WMR100 with UV Full Function PC downloadable Professional Weather Station Full Function PC downloadable Professional Weather Station plus an additional UV Moni…
rsymes2k Avatar5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago2 Comments
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Don't forget cashback - 10% at Topcashback.
I'll bash it good
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Oregon Scientific Solar Charging Weather Station £37.64 delivered @ Oregon Scientific

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With the new Solar Weather Station from Oregon Scientific’s +ECO line, you can keep an eye on mother nature while also helping to protect her. Using solar power this intelligent device allows you to r…
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Barbie Junior Laptop - Was £19.99 Now £9.99 Delivered @ Oregon Scientific

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Interactive learning fun for pre-schoolers! Help Barbie through 8 fun educational games such as letters, numbers, shapes and more that teach essential skills whilst encouraging exploration and creativ…
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Voted cold because it dosent have 2MG onboard ram and isn't running XP or better :whistling:

(I am by the way Joking :roll:)
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Rechargeable quad pack 2-way radio walkie talkies 3km range with charger £32.49 delivered Oregon Scientific

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A great idea to avoid mobile phone roaming costs when on holiday & wanting to speak with nearby members of your holiday party. In this case they will probably pay for themselves v quickly! This is a
Flipd Avatar8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago10 Comments
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too late.
Tues 08 July out of stock :-(
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two miles isn't a bad range at all on a set of £33 WT's,
one thing worth noting though is if you plan to use in a foreign holiday destination check they are legal to use on those frequencies in the country you are visiting.
Some European countries are very wary/paranoid about technology uses!


pmr446 is legal in most of the EC = i think it is only the last two members that differ (Romania and Bulgaria).

Howerer - if you use an american set here - which are a different frequency - no one can really tell what frequencies they use from looking at the handset (without personal product knowledge).
I have 4 of these that we use when we go skiing. Used them for three ski holidays brilliant and easy to use. I have picked up messages from the top of the mountain when hubby was back at the hotel! Only drawback was that although rechargeable the batteries were not that good and I replaced them on the last holiday as they did not hold there charge too well.
HOT

However - if you are near any of the PC worlds still stocking the pack of two of these - they are still a tenner for the pair (instore only).

If you have access to a Makro - there are 9 days left of this deal for 4 radios under forty quid (posted by a really really nice guy) :whistling: :whistling: :whistling: :whistling: :whistling:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/206520/binatone-terrain-550-pmr-two-way-ra/showthread.php?t=206520

and this set is probably the best kit without buying single 'professional' radios.

But using any of these is HOT as if they can be used instead of mobiles or landlines - there are no call charges.
you defo will not get 3km... thats in perfect enviroments, no interfernce, buildings, other transmissions e.t.c
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Rechargeable pair walkie talkies 3km range with charger £20.00 delivered Oregon Scientific

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These normally sell for double this price on a well-known auction site! There's been a couple of recent posts for walkie talkies and as mentioned in those posts: they are a great idea to avoid mobile…
Flipd Avatar8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago18 Comments
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I have had a pair of these for ages. They're quite good. The only downside is that they don't have a belt clip so you have to carry it, put it in your pocket or down your trunks if you're on holiday!!! Hmm, might buy another pair!


Stained the first ones? :whistling: :whistling::whistling:
I have had a pair of these for ages. They're quite good. The only downside is that they don't have a belt clip so you have to carry it, put it in your pocket or down your trunks if you're on holiday!!! Hmm, might buy another pair!
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Same item at [url]www.pcworld.co.uk[/url] item code 675545 Only £9.95 collect instore. Don't kmow about availability.

yes, a superb find. direct link:
http://www.pcworld.co.uk/product.php?sku=675545
you only have a couple of posts but as ibiza suggests, this item for under a tenner definitely deserves a thread of its own.
only word of warning is that stock is exceptionally limited - item cost ends in 97p (which usually = zero stock @ any DSG outlet), so you may pick up a few cold votes for questionable stock levels.
but hey, go for it :thumbsup:

mmm, I will backtrack a little. A thread for this item @ PCW has been previously posted, but at twice the price!
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/185438/
d146895x;2417828
Same item at [url]www.pcworld.co.uk[/url] item code 675545 Only £9.95 collect instore. Don't kmow about availability.


Nothing showing for that item number ???
d146895x;2417828
Same item at [url]www.pcworld.co.uk[/url] item code 675545 Only £9.95 collect instore. Don't kmow about availability.


Excellent find - you could do this as a post!

Quidco too when you pick it up!

http://www.quidco.com/pc-world/