Philips SPR4500 Powersquid Adaptors £2.99 delivered @ cdiscount - HotUKDeals
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Converts One Power Outlet to Five. Engineered to be the most sophisticated and complete power multiplier. The Flexible Arms transform the static power strip into a dynamic power delivery device. Power Indicator Light, Master On/Off Switch.

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#1
down a £1 - brilliant extension leads:thumbsup:

dont forget quidco
#2
good find and free post is a bonus added some heat
#3
Maximum of 2 per order,but it will let you go back and order more along with the free delivery.:thumbsup:
Heat and rep applied for brilliant deal..
It also appears that to get the free delivery you need to buy 2 anyway.
#4
bazr;6690113
Maximum of 2 per order,but it will let you go back and order more along with the free delivery.:thumbsup:
Heat and rep applied for brilliant deal..
It also appears that to get the free delivery you need to buy 2 anyway.

Just ordered 2 can never have enough power strips lol, thx to the OP and voted hot!!
#5
voted cold as it is not £2.99 delivered as above post says you need to order 2 to get the free delivery
#6
madinternetuser;6690167
voted cold as it is not £2.99 delivered as above post says you need to order 2 to get the free delivery

Ru having a laugh
You vote cold for that.
You could have merely commented that op could possibly alter post,but to vote cold for that reason sucks.:x
banned#7
Bargain, only allows you to order 2...got them and free delivery too.

cheers
#8
HOT!

Great deal
#9
The basket has not reached the voucher's value. :(

OK, bought 2x so now free delivery :)
#10
great deal, thanks
#11
Much better bargain this week, £2.99 and free delivery ;-)
#12
Hot! Ordered 2, very handy bargain.
#13
Ordered 2, hot......
#14
Love these things! Heat!
#15
I'm sure these will come in handy, thanks!
#16
how does it differ from a normal extensionpower cord? http://www.minitran.co.uk/images/products/mini5_moulded_extension_outlets_mini5.jpg
#17
Just ordered two...Heat added!
#18
chillking
how does it differ from a normal extensionpower cord? http://www.minitran.co.uk/images/products/mini5_moulded_extension_outlets_mini5.jpg


It will have star earthing for one thing.
#19
The reviews seem ok,quite a lot of people say it's a lot bigger/bulkier than they thought it would be and that the lead could do with being longer.

A good price though.
#20
Voted hot but a bit disappointed that you could not just order one. Didnt go through with it.:whistling:
#21
It is a pointless device, or do you miss something? The idea works in the US, where the plug is small, and "power bricks" can be huge, but it just does not make sense with UK plugs. So you get a fancy looking extension cord - not a bad deal, but nothing special either.

PS: I have one, and it is not as convenient as it looks. And the leads could certainly do with being adjustable length.
#22
chillking
how does it differ from a normal extensionpower cord? http://www.minitran.co.uk/images/products/mini5_moulded_extension_outlets_mini5.jpg


That's not an extension cord, that's a 6 gang way extension board.
This is individual flexible gang ways (from one socket) that looks like it will be a lot neater and save space in some circumstances.
#23
Just ordered 2 and heat added :)
#24
Excellent. Just voted hot and ordered 2 with free Postage.I wonder if they will supply?.
#25
Just ordered 2 of these, heat added......great find!!! ;-)
#26
Heat added, cheap price and useful
#27
Looks quite useful, cheers:thumbsup:
#28
Tommy2
It is a pointless device, or do you miss something? The idea works in the US, where the plug is small, and "power bricks" can be huge, but it just does not make sense with UK plugs. So you get a fancy looking extension cord - not a bad deal, but nothing special either.

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It makes sense if you only have one socket where you need more. An electrician would be at least £150.
#29
Tommy2
It is a pointless device, or do you miss something? The idea works in the US, where the plug is small, and "power bricks" can be huge, but it just does not make sense with UK plugs. So you get a fancy looking extension cord - not a bad deal, but nothing special either.

PS: I have one, and it is not as convenient as it looks. And the leads could certainly do with being adjustable length.


You`ve missed something. I`ve got plenty of UK items that won`t plug in next to each other, for either space or heat reasons. For example, homeplug networking devices are too wide to fit next to a normal plug on a normal gangway extension. Lots of power packs for computer items that run hot in isolation run too hot when you get a couple of them next to each other.

A good value item, well worth £2.99!
#30
Thanks poster. One of the more useful things I have bought.
#31
Can anyone tell me WTF "dynamic power delivery device" means. What a lot of marketing tosh.

Never the less, I have one and it does a grand job. Not sure if I can list the benefits over a normal extension bar though.

Heat added.
#32
This is no longer in stock. Shame as could have done with a few of these!
#33
glen155
This is no longer in stock. Shame as could have done with a few of these!


me too ...............:thinking:
#34
me 3 :(

Why do these RSS feeds always come in so late?
#35
Back in stock but looks limited to 2 per order. Twice this morning they went out of stock on me when I was halfway through checkout but ordered now!
banned#36
out of stock again
#37
SimonFin
Lots of power packs for computer items that run hot in isolation run too hot when you get a couple of them next to each other.
Good point. But I got rid of most of the big power bricks I used to have around, and most modern ones are small electronic ones anyway. And if you power brick is running hot, you are just wasting precious energy. Maybe that's where the switch comes in?
#38
Tommy2
Good point. But I got rid of most of the big power bricks I used to have around, and most modern ones are small electronic ones anyway. And if you power brick is running hot, you are just wasting precious energy. Maybe that's where the switch comes in?


The switch comes in useful when you want to turn things off, but what about things that need to be left on? Say a server and a networking switch that should always be turne on for the network to be available throughout the house?

And not all adaptors are small and cool-running - I wish they where but until they are this is a good way to get round the issues.
#39
SimonFin
The switch comes in useful when you want to turn things off, but what about things that need to be left on? Say a server and a networking switch that should always be turne on for the network to be available throughout the house?


If you're going to the expense and trouble of having servers and switches running 24/7, and being home long enough to make use of the content stored on the server, then surely you'd have an electrician in to re configure the wall sockets?
This item is to help people live their daily lives, save a bit of mess and electric bill, not to become a slave to technology. It's made by philips after all, not netgear.
#40
ordered 4 yesterday, arrived lunchtime . thanks

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