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Star Wars USB Desktop Vacuum (Really??) (was £5) now £1.00 @ Sainsbury's

£1.00 @ Sainsbury's
Sainsbury's Discounts (In-Store) Saw these in Huntingdon however they are quite likely nationwide. Original Price was £5, now £1
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Sainsbury's Discounts (In-Store)

Saw these in Huntingdon however they are quite likely nationwide.

Original Price was £5, now £1
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2m, 8h agoFound 2 months, 8 hours ago
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1 Like #1
Damn, I paid £3 for this a week before Xmas. :(
1 Like #2
Is it worth a quid. Does it do what it says?
#3
it was a tenner in the run up to Xmas!
1 Like #4
I couldn't bring myself to buy one even at £1.. I would be more interested in it being just a figurine but to be a USB desk vacuum, haha, just sounds like rubbish.. rather buy 2 more Terry's Chocolate Oranges! ;)
3 Likes #5
Good figurine, absolutely useless at vacuuming. I got one last Christmas, tried it once and now it lives in its box.
4 Likes #6
I bet it 'sucks'
4 Likes #7
misselaineious
I bet it 'sucks'


​sadly your joke was better than the product
1 Like #8
This is not the vacuum I was looking for.
1 Like #9
This deal sucks badly
1 Like #10
This really is awful. Got one last Christmas. It needs to be plugged into a computer USB all the time to work, doesn't hold a charge. Also has hardly any suction power, can pick up a few crumbs at best. Essentially just fills the R2 unit full of rubbish which can get stuck inside in the nooks and crannies of the mold, and you empty out the rubbish via the leg which is also the suction part of the 'hoover' which is dumb.

Best just used for display , which is fine for a quid

Edited By: wiggywig on Dec 27, 2016 00:07
#12
BEWARE - I bought something for £1 the other week and it's still not delivered.
#13
Inspector_Gadget
Damn, I paid £3 for this a week before Xmas. :(


I thought you were a detective? Of course things are dearer just before Christmas.. :)

It'll be 50p if there are any left next week
1 Like #14
Is it ChewVACca?
2 Likes #15
reconminicon
BEWARE - I bought something for £1 the other week and it's still not delivered.
Eh???
#16
Found a review on here https://youtu.be/1W2pPK-Ft_4
#17
welshdiscodiva
it was a tenner in the run up to Xmas!


It might have been a million quid. But if it doesn't work it's not worth a £1
#18
This will just end up gathering dust
2 Likes #19
Is it as good as a Dyson? ;)
#20
why does this gift remind me of this article?
http://timharford.com/2016/12/the-economists-guide-to-gift-giving/

"gifts typically destroy value, in the sense that the giver had to pay more to buy the gift than the recipient would ever have been willing to spend on it. The total deadweight loss of Christmas in the US alone was $12bn."
#21
Got mine in a Zbox, brilliant little ornament. Haven't ever actually used it as a vacuum though
#22
wiggywig
This really is awful. Got one last Christmas. It needs to be plugged into a computer USB all the time to work, doesn't hold a charge. Also has hardly any suction power, can pick up a few crumbs at best. Essentially just fills the R2 unit full of rubbish which can get stuck inside in the nooks and crannies of the mold, and you empty out the rubbish via the leg which is also the suction part of the 'hoover' which is dumb.

Best just used for display , which is fine for a quid


​I got one as a joke off the mother in law for crimbo, and mine actually works quiet well.
The head unscrews to empty it...
Not like iv had to yet but definitely doesn't fall back out the leg.

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