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READ DESCRIPTION Savers store (instore) - voi blu lovely aftershave gift set £7.99 usually rrp 9.99 for 100ml

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in savers the voi blu set is down also there's either a FREE deodorant or FREE shower gel in the box only 7.99 nice scent for young ones Christmas smellies.
lindus Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago5 Comments
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Savers is such a brilliant store
cool story
20 I have about 45 designer fragrances myself when I met my partner she had 2 bottles now 5 yrs later she's now at 38,me to blame I love my smellys :-)
Still gettin lots of hot votes 2 so glad to be of service to the people who think it's a great deal. I have the Nero and the black so new bottle of blu for me.... dunno bout the rest of you but I have around 20 fragrances ..... one of my many hoards.
must be all the snobs voting cold this stuffs really nice and remember young ones buy presents? This is next best thing to a designer at 8 pound. show me better? :D
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Nivea soft 75ml tube £1.00 at Savers

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In store at Savers,not sure if this is regional but a big promotion going on. Around £2.35 in Tesco i believe so good price this.
Dodgerer Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago3 Comments
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99p in 99p store
Can also be found in poundland
This is usually £1 in Home Bargains.
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Morgan Hand Lotion - 69p @ Saverstore

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Was doing a bit of Christmas shopping and spotted this, so had to buy for a stocking filler. Ment to be £2.99 I got it for 69p. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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Status Smoke alarm 49p @ Saver Store (in store only)

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Can't go wrong with 49p for smoke alarm for safety. It comes with 3 years warranty. Power Source: 9V Battery (included). Audio Alarm: ≥ 85dB/3m Temperature Range: 0℃ to 40℃ Humidity Range: 5%-95%…
fullmoon Avatar2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago25 Comments
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This is cold as our local fire service (N Wales ) will come and check your house and fit as required for FREE!
999lofty
Gordinho
999lofty
Why pay for one when the fireservice supply and fit them for free?
I agree, why blow forty nine pence when you can let the local council tax payers pick up the bill?

and how good will a 49p alarm be?


I'm sure people will be wondering that when their house burns to the ground.

INSURER: "Condolences for the loss of your loved ones. Can you confirm you had smoke alarms in the property? What make and model were they?"

SUCKER: "Oh yeah thanks, umm not sure.. got em on hotukdeals like, 49p omg bargains right??"

*click*

SUCKER: "Hello? Hello?"
Smoking hot deal,ding ding! Whoops its set the fire alarm off!oO
Please by all mean ignore my post and go ahead and buy good smoke alarm which you think it will save your life. Thank you for taking your time BS ing about this 49p smoke alarm deal. Unlike you I'm sure other people on HUKD will benefit from it. Thank you again.

Edited By: fullmoon on Jan 20, 2014 00:03
fullmoon
My oh my! People. I'm speechless. When the thing gets cheap they complain too. Nothing wrong with this. This is not a piece of crap or faulty item. Life saving equipment. Like someone said you can never have too many of them. RRP usually £5-£8. That's right fire dept can fit them FOC in some area but for 49p this is no brainer.


You carry on mate , i will sleep safe in my bed each night knowing that my smoke alarm will actually work should there be a fire , god forbid . I have optical smoke alarms made by kidde thorn and at £15 each are worth every penny, no price on safety is there ?
Status are hardly the leading brand in smoke alarms are they ?
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SATA Power Splitter Adapter Cable - 4 pin Molex 5.25" to 2 x SATA Converter £0.90 Consoletronic Ltd or from Saverstore for 95p delivered. @Amazon

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Just added 2 sata disks into computer.then realised that there is no more SATA power connector left but there are a couple of molex connectors spare. So I bought this molex to 2 X sata power connector…
splender Avatar3y, 4m agoFound 3 years, 4 months ago5 Comments
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Thanks admin for unexpiring this, as this adapter cable is so useful.
Not expired yet I did write in the deal description Savestore has the same for 5p more (free delivery) so the deal(s) are still on when one clicks the link to Amazon. COuld some one unexpire this since for a 5p difference missing on a deal is no good.

Edited By: splender on Jul 27, 2013 10:33
Just paid £1.80 for oen this afternoon, still whatever.
pablomalin
good stuff, only if your psu can handle that little extra..

Have no fear, the new eco/greenpower Sata disks take about 5 watts of power. The older non eco friendly ones takes about 9-13 watts max. Unlikely if you come across ones which > 15 watts.

Edited By: splender on Jul 26, 2013 23:49
good stuff, only if your psu can handle that little extra..


Edited By: pablomalin on Jul 26, 2013 23:37
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SATA Power Adapter Cable and 1 SATA Data Cable 90p @ Amazon from Saverstore

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They cant be making much of a profit of these! Enables SATA drives to connect to a SATA controller & obtain power from a Molex power connector 1 X 46CM data cable 1 X 20CM SATA power adaptor
yubious Avatar3y, 4m agoFound 3 years, 4 months ago19 Comments
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mbuckhurst
MaximusRo
mbuckhurst
ehsan111
are all sata cables the same would buying a more expensive cable= better performance like for ssd or any hdd

Unlikely, however, it's not a clear cut, digital = 100% performance whatever the cable. If you want proof digital isn't 100%, have you ever seen artifacts on a freeview transmission or a DVD. These wouldn't exist, if digital was perfect.

SATA like pretty much every other digital protocol that communicates over wires, implements error correction, wherever you have error correction you have the potential for increased noise (audio or visual = artifacts) or performance (data), if error correction takes place, this can impact performance of the connection for a SATA cable, it's unlikely to be noticeable.

Read this article, for an example of how miniscule the difference is, but that difference in performance does exist.

http://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/SATA-cables-Is-there-a-difference-97/

mike
You can't really compare, but digital is pretty much on or off, so perfect. Artefacts means that the signal went off for a very short time so part of the frame/stream isn't visible, that's all.

A missing piece of signal(or error) on a serial digital stream (freeview) is exactly the same as an error/missing data on a serial digital stream from an external device to a PC. Only difference in the PC they have to build in error correction and redundancy otherwise you have corrupted data. Any error will always result in a delay as it's reconstructed, this will likely be miniscule but it still happens.

This has been true since the days you loaded cassettes into your Atari 800, if digital was perfect there wouldn't be a need for error correction, the fact it's there indicates it isn't.

mike
You don't seem to have a good understanding of the process.
However only thing to remember is comparing freeview signal with a signal that travels through a 20cm cable it is not a good idea at all.
There will be no delays because of "signal being reconstructed"... trust me. or not.
MaximusRo
mbuckhurst
ehsan111
are all sata cables the same would buying a more expensive cable= better performance like for ssd or any hdd

Unlikely, however, it's not a clear cut, digital = 100% performance whatever the cable. If you want proof digital isn't 100%, have you ever seen artifacts on a freeview transmission or a DVD. These wouldn't exist, if digital was perfect.

SATA like pretty much every other digital protocol that communicates over wires, implements error correction, wherever you have error correction you have the potential for increased noise (audio or visual = artifacts) or performance (data), if error correction takes place, this can impact performance of the connection for a SATA cable, it's unlikely to be noticeable.

Read this article, for an example of how miniscule the difference is, but that difference in performance does exist.

http://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/SATA-cables-Is-there-a-difference-97/

mike
You can't really compare, but digital is pretty much on or off, so perfect. Artefacts means that the signal went off for a very short time so part of the frame/stream isn't visible, that's all.

A missing piece of signal(or error) on a serial digital stream (freeview) is exactly the same as an error/missing data on a serial digital stream from an external device to a PC. Only difference in the PC they have to build in error correction and redundancy otherwise you have corrupted data. Any error will always result in a delay as it's reconstructed, this will likely be miniscule but it still happens.

This has been true since the days you loaded cassettes into your Atari 800, if digital was perfect there wouldn't be a need for error correction, the fact it's there indicates it isn't.

mike
mbuckhurst
ehsan111
are all sata cables the same would buying a more expensive cable= better performance like for ssd or any hdd

Unlikely, however, it's not a clear cut, digital = 100% performance whatever the cable. If you want proof digital isn't 100%, have you ever seen artifacts on a freeview transmission or a DVD. These wouldn't exist, if digital was perfect.

SATA like pretty much every other digital protocol that communicates over wires, implements error correction, wherever you have error correction you have the potential for increased noise (audio or visual = artifacts) or performance (data), if error correction takes place, this can impact performance of the connection for a SATA cable, it's unlikely to be noticeable.

Read this article, for an example of how miniscule the difference is, but that difference in performance does exist.

http://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/SATA-cables-Is-there-a-difference-97/

mike
You can't really compare, but digital is pretty much on or off, so perfect. Artefacts means that the signal went off for a very short time so part of the frame/stream isn't visible, that's all.
TUSSFC
Is this long enough to use in a Microserver to hook up a 3.5" drive in the optical bay? (assuming you have the rails)

Yes
DeejayAJ
artcheezzz
datalossfs
of course not it's a digital signal.
Are you sarcastic?
Isn't there hardly any difference at all between a £1 and £100 cable, especially to the average user. Maybe in durability but performance wise surely they produce almost identical signals?
You're opening a can of worms here.
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