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PC surge suppressors From £4.42 delivered @ Dell

£4.42 @ Dell (Business)
A whole host of different ones to choose from all with free delivery
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#1
Wonder how many HDUKers are searching through that long list of Dell stuff. I got to about page 75 before getting bored!
[admin]#2
Thanks Mike :)
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i've just ordered a vga cable rom dell and the delivery charge was approx £7 i then added one of the cat5e patch cables for 31p and the delivery charge dissappeared so basically as long as you order one of the items with free delivery, such as the cat5e cables then you get free delivery on all the items you order. or at least thats wht it looks like :)
#4
davedixson
Wonder how many HDUKers are searching through that long list of Dell stuff. I got to about page 75 before getting bored!



Lol :thumbsup: yep I kept going until I realised there was hundreds of pages :roll: ...
I started off with a few cables.. now ivespent around £40 and still looking :oops: ...

Be warned if you add more than 5 items the postage starts to increase :thumbsup:
#5
Some of this stuff is the same price on ebuyer.
Admittedly without the free postage.

So maybe not as cheap as first thought.

Nonetheless there are some good deals here.
But I wouldn't get too carried away.
#6
some great deals to be had on dell atm. just a case of trying to keep to a budget as it would be rather easy to impulse by.

as for the surge plug, anyone that has owned one of them before able to say if they have any form of this "insurance " i see some advertised with ?.

i'd possibly go for this one.

need attest 6 sockets to.
#7
Just ordered the 6 socket one. Will be used to protect the E520 I bought through another one of Mike's deals.
Thanks Mike.
#8
Are these any better than ones from one pound shop, cant see any advanced features like protection and switches here .. ?
#9
tanikk£
Are these any better than ones from one pound shop, cant see any advanced features like protection and switches here .. ?


If the equipment you want to protect is worth more than £10, I suggest you avoid one from a pound shop.

I personally am getting mine from Amazon as they seem better value to me.
#10
Also, does anyone know if it is worth paying extra and gettin one which protects DSL/Phone stuff? A reason why I wanna get this is because it will be easy to turn off all my electricals which aren't used overnight. Obviously tho, I don't want to turn off my phone or router.

Out of these 2, which actually connects to the additional ports on the phone/dsl version?
#11
The adsl/ phone ones are best for protection against lightening strikes. You're computer is just as likely to blow from a lightening strike via your phone line as it is your power. For normal surges i dont think that applies. I'd go with ones from amazon.
#12
LadyMadonna
The adsl/ phone ones are best for protection against lightening strikes. You're computer is just as likely to blow from a lightening strike via your phone line as it is your power. For normal surges i dont think that applies. I'd go with ones from amazon.


My desktop (which connects to the net wirelessly) already has a surge protector on it. This one was mainly for my games consoles and tv. Will just stick to the one from Amazon. Thanks.
#13
shocking! :-D
#14
great prices these, I think would be hard to beat especially with the free postage

Unfortunatley I had to buy a couple from Maplin today becuase I needed them in a hurry so paid through the nose as usual in Maplin, got one great deal though on a 10 socket unit with surge protection (no phone, adsl, av) Half price if you fancy the tower type......

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=220694&C=Maplin&U=SearchTop&T=surge&doy=8m1

I've also ordered the 6 socket grey one with AV and phone protection from Dell
#15
Some good prices on there. Althouigh i seen the same 6 Socket Belkin for £3.99 instead of £6.51.
The free delivery is good. Voted hot

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/45747
#16
Does connecting a normal multiway extension into this give the same protection?

I have loads of those lying around so could I just buy a couple of the single adapters to turn them into surge protected sockets?
#17
stevey_p7
Some good prices on there. Althouigh i seen the same 6 Socket Belkin for £3.99 instead of £6.51.
The free delivery is good. Voted hot

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/45747


In fact most of the SurgeMaster Socket Strips seem to be cheaper at Ebuyer.

Maybe the ones at Dell aren't such a good deal after all ? :?
#18
http://catalog.belkin.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Product_Id=299645

being sold at $6.99

which is about £3

you can only imagine dell still make a profit from selling at these prices
#19
monkeybrains
http://catalog.belkin.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Product_Id=299645

being sold at $6.99

which is about £3

you can only imagine dell still make a profit from selling at these prices


Thats for American 2 pin Plugs not for UK 3 pin Plugs ! :roll:
#20
Belkin 6-Socket SurgeMaster® Superior Series with Telephone Protection

£5.99

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/45266

i recommend this one
#21
Mecoconuts
In fact most of the SurgeMaster Socket Strips seem to be cheaper at Ebuyer.

Maybe the ones at Dell aren't such a good deal after all ? :?


Add postage, even with super saver it's still £1-£2 more.
#22
if you haven't got surge protection it's worth it
i found out the hard way lightning strike 200yds from house lost the pc and tv
now if its electrical its protected
banned#23
stevey_p7
Some good prices on there. Althouigh i seen the same 6 Socket Belkin for £3.99 instead of £6.51.
The free delivery is good. Voted hot

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/45747



Is the one above good for Protecting an HDTV, XBOX 360 & DVD Player
#24
cheers for the ebuyer links. :thumbsup:
good deal Mike as Dell have free delivery - heat added

Ive ordered the Belkin Superior 6-Way and 8-Way. Got a LCD and 24" iMac to protect.
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/45273

My mac started switching itself on so I unplugged and it sparked at the cheap 6 bar I plugged it into so im not taking any more risks. Since I changed the power bar it has solved the problem.
banned#25
Is the one from Dell

ok to use with HDTV & DVD Players

Need 2 & tis one works out cheapers then the one from Ebuyer
#26
yeh, a lot of people seem to forget about the postage charges on Ebuyer !
#27
I am in need of a surge strip but one with at least 7 sockets , I have seen belkin are doing a standard 8 socket one similar to the one listed here and also one with AV and TV protection which is double the price. Does anyone know what exactly extra protection it gives, it seems to have a connection for a TV/cable socket; is this for a reception boost?
Also what is the purpose of the phone line input, does it improve signal quality and reduce disconnections?

Any info would be much appreciated

Thanks
#28
Hi guys just to let you know this has EXPIRED, I had all my cables in my basket entered all my account details and on the last page I noticed the ammount had shot up into the £100's of pounds at the last second! I checked and they had all reverted to full price (I.E. 78p cables to £10) BEWARE THE DELL SCAM!!!! How many people did not see the normal size text of this new ammount on the very last page and paid full price. I have emailed a complaint to dell about this. Wasted hours on the site but I'm glad I spotted their dishonest system at the last second!
#29
Anonymouse
Hi guys just to let you know this has EXPIRED, I had all my cables in my basket entered all my account details and on the last page I noticed the ammount had shot up into the £100's of pounds at the last second! I checked and they had all reverted to full price (I.E. 78p cables to £10) BEWARE THE DELL SCAM!!!! How many people did not see the normal size text of this new ammount on the very last page and paid full price. I have emailed a complaint to dell about this. Wasted hours on the site but I'm glad I spotted their dishonest system at the last second!


Yep looks like all the cables have jumped from 31p to nearly £9 :w00t: ....
Ordered a couple last night but looks like i wont be ordering any more :oops: ...
#30
starman0147
I am in need of a surge strip but one with at least 7 sockets , I have seen belkin are doing a standard 8 socket one similar to the one listed here and also one with AV and TV protection which is double the price. Does anyone know what exactly extra protection it gives, it seems to have a connection for a TV/cable socket; is this for a reception boost?
Also what is the purpose of the phone line input, does it improve signal quality and reduce disconnections?

Any info would be much appreciated

Thanks


There is an 8 way version available on Ebuyer: -
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/45273

The extra connections are to give surge protection to your phone line & Tv, these prevent spikes from damaging your modem/router. These will not boost / improve your signal to either tv reception or internet connection but simply give you piece of mind that they are protected in the event of a power spike :thumbsup:
#31
redline
Yep looks like all the cables have jumped from 31p to nearly £9 :w00t: ....
Ordered a couple last night but looks like i wont be ordering any more :oops: ...


I know, I added the one metre ones at 78p then just glanced at my total in very small font on the very last page after my account number, address and credit card details and it had shot into the £100s for like 12 cables!!!!!! I am so glad I spotted it, but very very very angry with dell!

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