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Beach tent shelter with UV protection £10.65 del @ Amazon sold by UKHobbyStore ~ PowerSaveBulbs UK.

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After the recent hot weather I wanted a shelter for my garden to protect my baby girl after my den building skills seem to have worsened over the years and no matter what I did with chairs, blankets a…
littlesmallhelen Avatar3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago7 Comments
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jeczap
I would recommend the highly-reated Coleman Sundome, it's got UV protection for your baby (I researched these a couple of years ago for my little boy and the Sundome had the best reviews)

£17.99 (which is a good price, it normally sells for considerably more)
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Coleman-Sundome-with-UV-Guard/dp/B0030BG9VA/ref=sr_1_1?s=sports&ie=UTF8&qid=1470737062&sr=1-1&keywords=sundome


I actually listed that as a deal one day last week when it was on for just over a tenner from one seller but it got taken down and I got a formal warning for self promotion! X)

Edited By: littlesmallhelen on Aug 09, 2016 19:27: Thought it came across grumpy when it was meant in jest- added smiley.
I like how you can zip your stuff up inside the Coleman when you head in for a dip in the sea
I have had the Coleman one for years and it seems much better,this one seems much inferior.
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jeczap
I would recommend the highly-reated Coleman Sundome, it's got UV protection for your baby (I researched these a couple of years ago for my little boy and the Sundome had the best reviews)
£17.99 (which is a good price, it normally sells for considerably more)https://www.amazon.co.uk/Coleman-Sundome-with-UV-Guard/dp/B0030BG9VA/ref=sr_1_1?s=sports&ie=UTF8&qid=1470737062&sr=1-1&keywords=sundome
15.99 on eBay​

even better ;)
jeczap
I would recommend the highly-reated Coleman Sundome, it's got UV protection for your baby (I researched these a couple of years ago for my little boy and the Sundome had the best reviews)

£17.99 (which is a good price, it normally sells for considerably more)
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Coleman-Sundome-with-UV-Guard/dp/B0030BG9VA/ref=sr_1_1?s=sports&ie=UTF8&qid=1470737062&sr=1-1&keywords=sundome


15.99 on eBay​
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MagniVisionPro® 10x25 High Quality Binoculars £11.65 @ Amazon UKHOBBYSTORE

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Got these to use on holiday, seem decent for the price.
DADSCAB Avatar6m, 6d agoFound 6 months, 6 days ago1 Comment
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bird watching on your hols good idea sure you will see lots of tits
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Philips CorePro 2w/35w GU10 LED bulbs PRICE DROPPED TO £4.99 @ Amazon(UKHobbyStore). Read for info on postage

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Postage is £3.66, but if you buy a lot of these the postage works out to not be very much. It may even become free, maybe a poster can confirm? Blurb: •Up to 80% Energy Cost Savings, Life Expectan…
escortboy Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago18 Comments
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I just meant that having looked at Amazon, homebase, b&q, led hut+ other LED specialists the prices aren't that different.
This is considering that the bulbs are rrp £19.99 down to £7 with 20% off and 15% cashback. It makes you think you must be getting a bargain to have so much discount coming from all over the place yet the end price isn't that dissimilar to what a diy store sells for.
Yes I agree that around £5 seems to be the 'going rate', though I feel they are in construction quality and with 5 year warranty up there with the best I've seen.

Edited By: Sid Harper on Jan 05, 2014 15:18
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escortboy
I looked on those led sites and although they offer both discounts, 20% off promo codes, and 15% cashback, it still works out as more expensive than a lot of other places!
Having run 3W CREE LED based ones bought off ebay of which 14 have failed at around 1 year after purchase with the seller nowhere to be seen, and then trying these which showed how poor the previous lot were, I figure it's worth paying a few pence and that is what it is) more for a 5 year warranty and way superior quality. I tried some others and they gave a green hue. These are very good light, have a glass front too.

http://www.ledhut.co.uk/gu10-smd-led-220-lumens-45-watts-equiv-best-internet-price.html

£6.89 less 20% is £5.51 (I got them at 25% off).

Currently shows the *dimmable* cool white on special at £1.03 off and if you buy 12 (various quantity discount levels) for example with the BIG20 discount code, that's £54.95 delivered. I think that's pretty damn competitive and with superb service. I sent back the warm white ones for being 'too yellow' and no problem, exchanged.

If you get the 15% cashback then that's probably another fiver off. I don't know how you figure this as being expensive?!




I just meant that having looked at Amazon, homebase, b&q, led hut+ other LED specialists the prices aren't that different.
This is considering that the bulbs are rrp £19.99 down to £7 with 20% off and 15% cashback. It makes you think you must be getting a bargain to have so much discount coming from all over the place yet the end price isn't that dissimilar to what a diy store sells for.
sammyse101
May I ask the people that use these:are they long life led bulbs? Thanks
the LEDs tend not to fail, but the electronics to step down the power from mains to low voltage do. Hence I recommend the LEDHut ones with a 5 year warranty which are under a fiver in my example above.
escortboy
I looked on those led sites and although they offer both discounts, 20% off promo codes, and 15% cashback, it still works out as more expensive than a lot of other places!
Having run 3W CREE LED based ones bought off ebay of which 14 have failed at around 1 year after purchase with the seller nowhere to be seen, and then trying these which showed how poor the previous lot were, I figure it's worth paying a few pence and that is what it is) more for a 5 year warranty and way superior quality. I tried some others and they gave a green hue. These are very good light, have a glass front too.

http://www.ledhut.co.uk/gu10-smd-led-220-lumens-45-watts-equiv-best-internet-price.html

£6.89 less 20% is £5.51 (I got them at 25% off).

Currently shows the *dimmable* cool white on special at £1.03 off and if you buy 12 (various quantity discount levels) for example with the BIG20 discount code, that's £54.95 delivered. I think that's pretty damn competitive and with superb service. I sent back the warm white ones for being 'too yellow' and no problem, exchanged.

If you get the 15% cashback then that's probably another fiver off. I don't know how you figure this as being expensive?!




Edited By: Sid Harper on Jan 05, 2014 13:34: e
May I ask the people that use these:are they long life led bulbs? Thanks
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3 Pack, Eveready GU10 CFL 9w 60mm short - £9.65 sold by UKHobbyStore - Amazon

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I currently use Ring 7W GU10 cfl shining down from the eves of the garage, now I want to install in the eves of the house where I wanted a more powerful lamp as it is higher but require a short lamp o…
jdocuk Avatar3y, 3m agoFound 3 years, 3 months ago4 Comments
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Have used LED lamps in the past, but they had poor reliability and the light output decreased rapidly after about a 1000hrs, CFL have worked better for me abet at a slightly higher wattage and time delay
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saw gu10 leds in asdo rated at 35w equivalent for about £8. I got megaman 6w dimmable gu10s rated at 50w equivalent that are immense, but cost about £15 a pop. should last long enough to save money & come with 5 year guarantee
Only a matter of time until the LED's are cheaper. Shame this type of lamp take 30 seconds of so to get to their full brightness
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