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Shaver Socket - £1.00 @ Poundland

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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
My Local Poundland had Brass Dual Voltage Shaver sockets for ---- you guessed it £1 !!!

BQ cheapest Shaver Socket is £27.

They also had some other Brass electrical points, Fused spur also blanking plates

Sorry if deal already posted

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#1
You need to add a retailer name to thread titles. I think the price in this case will be self explanatory. :lol:
#2
Thanks
#3
Great ...fry your face off whilst having a shave ....personally i would never buy anything 240v from the pound shop because its usually in there for a good reason....shop havnt sold it because its old or cheap and nasty and it usually sits in a damp wharehouse for years then is sold to poundshops for peanuts,dont take risks with 240 volts unless you like electric shocks ...:w00t:
#4
leighbeef
Great ...fry your face off whilst having a shave ....personally i would never buy anything 240v from the pound shop because its usually in there for a good reason....shop havnt sold it because its old or cheap and nasty and it usually sits in a damp wharehouse for years then is sold to poundshops for peanuts,dont take risks with 240 volts unless you like electric shocks ...:w00t:


surely if this were true we'd hear a lot of horror stories in the news and there would be no poundland in existence due to them all being sued etc..
banned#5
reason been no one has brass switches sockets anymore , i work in an electrical wholesalers and we couldnt even give it away in the end
#6
They had single and double switches as well i bought some they are very good!!!
#7
everything sold in uk retail shops needs to meet a minimum safety guideline. I bought these shave adapters and they are no doubt as good as any other.
#8
aberfal
reason been no one has brass switches sockets anymore , i work in an electrical wholesalers and we couldnt even give it away in the end


True dat. There was an episode of Property Ladder repeated the other month where Sarah Beeny was trying to persuade the developers to replace the brass fittings they chose for their "upmarket" renovation with something more "contemporary". They didn't and the estate agents who went around to value the finished work all remarked how the brass fittings let the end result down.

Mind you, if you need one for an outhouse or shed, can't grumble about the price.
#9
spraint
True dat. There was an episode of Property Ladder repeated the other month where Sarah Beeny was trying to persuade the developers to replace the brass fittings they chose for their "upmarket" renovation with something more "contemporary". They didn't and the estate agents who went around to value the finished work all remarked how the brass fittings let the end result down.

Mind you, if you need one for an outhouse or shed, can't grumble about the price.


In this current climate, who gives a **** whether they are £1, brass or flippin plastic. It's just snobbery at it's greatest. I think if someone went to the trouble of replacing all their sockets and switches then at least they DO give a ****

lol
#10
shanecr
everything sold in uk retail shops needs to meet a minimum safety guideline. I bought these shave adapters and they are no doubt as good as any other.


There are two types of shaver sockets available, those with transformers and those without. Only the transformer socket can be fitted in the bathroom, because it isolates the supply from the mains, making it safer and suitable for bathroom use.

A shaver socket with a transformer must conform to British Standard BS3535 to be suitable for bathroom use. Shaver sockets without transformers must never be installed in bathrooms, but can be installed in the bedroom instead.
#11
shanecr;2557747
everything sold in uk retail shops needs to meet a minimum safety guideline.

If you say so: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7514426.stm
#12
The ones they had in my local poundland were from B&Q originally, they had a lot of other Brass type light switches etc, some still had B&Q stickers on them.

I love people who dont shop in poundland....makes me a few pound on ebay selling the one off end of line bargains they sometimes get from boots, woolworths, B&Q etc...at a higher price :)

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