Timer Switch £3.99 - TWO Mechanical Switches or ONE Digital Switch - 3 Year Warranty - LIDL (Silvercrest) - HotUKDeals
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Timer Switch £3.99 - TWO Mechanical Switches or ONE Digital Switch - 3 Year Warranty - LIDL (Silvercrest)

£3.99 @ LIDL
Practical energy-saving aid with child-resistant socket Choose from: 2 Mechanical Timer Switches with 24-hour program and 96 on/off settings per day Digital Timer Switch with 10 On/Off set… Read More
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9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago
Practical energy-saving aid with child-resistant socket

Choose from:

2 Mechanical Timer Switches with 24-hour program and 96 on/off settings per day

Digital Timer Switch with 10 On/Off settings and 16 program combinations for simulating activity whilst on holiday

Available from Sunday 25th September - So this should qualify for inclusion in the monthly Metro and Daily Mail "£5 off a £40 spend" at Lidl voucher
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9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago
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1 Like #1
Great price op, nice find, heat added :)
2 Likes #2
The mechanical ones are currently in B&M for £1 for a twin pack of Eveready ones if you don't have a lidl near
1 Like #3
Thanks very much. Needed one digital one. Great price. Heat added.
#4
Mechanical ones never seem to last, digital one seems the best deal IMHO.
1 Like #5
Mechanical ones may seem clunky and old fashioned, but they have some advantages: they're extremely quick&easy to program since you just push down the tabs between the on/off times, and you don't have a limited number of programs like on an electronic switch.

I use a mechanical one to make a lamp by my window switch on and off at various times through the evening when I'm on holiday. (Shhh- don't tell the burglars!)

Edited By: Muig1972 on Sep 16, 2016 15:02
#6
Can anyone tell me where and how much a digital one would cost normally ?.
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Pieman22
Can anyone tell me where and how much a digital one would cost normally ?.
Cheapest I can see is about 8 quid
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Pieman22
Can anyone tell me where and how much a digital one would cost normally ?.
http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/tee-2/timer-digital-24-hour/dp/PL15116
Get a couple for about 8 quid. That is my plan anyway.
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Zontes
Pieman22
Can anyone tell me where and how much a digital one would cost normally ?.
http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/tee-2/timer-digital-24-hour/dp/PL15116
Get a couple for about 8 quid. That is my plan anyway.
Cheers for pointing this out mate, I've just bought a few to save waiting for LIDL and also the travel.

Yours is still good too! Heat added
#10
Zontes
Pieman22
Can anyone tell me where and how much a digital one would cost normally ?.
http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/tee-2/timer-digital-24-hour/dp/PL15116
Get a couple for about 8 quid. That is my plan anyway.
Any major differences between the lidl and the cpc one? Might buy a few as they seem practical.
#11
Mechanical ones are noisy so not for bedroom or even TV room, but are cheap, reliable and simple. Digital ones are silent and accurate to the second but don't lose the instructions you'll need them.
#12
Just had the ones from CPC arrive. Not tested yet, but they're absolutely HUGE

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