Wickes Easi Reel Cable Reel - 4 Sockets 25m 13A - £15.99 - Click&Collect @ wickes - HotUKDeals
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Wickes Easi Reel Cable Reel - 4 Sockets 25m 13A - £15.99 - Click&Collect @ wickes

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Wickes Easi Reel Cable Reel With Thermal Cutout 4 Sockets 25m 13A Currently 40% off - £15.99 Click&Collect plus possible 2% via Quidco or TCB 2.1% The design of the Easi-Reel ensures that the ca… Read More
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Wickes Easi Reel Cable Reel With Thermal Cutout 4 Sockets 25m 13A

Currently 40% off - £15.99 Click&Collect plus possible 2% via Quidco or TCB 2.1%

The design of the Easi-Reel ensures that the cable is protected and accurately guided onto and off the drum for ease of use. Fitted with 4 sockets and a 25 metre cable rated at 13amps for a maximum load of 3120watts. Fitted with a thermal cut out.

Cable Length: 25 m
Wattage: 3120 W
Maximum Load: 13 A
Length: 235 mm
Width: 155 mm
Depth: 290 mm
Voltage: 240 V
Number of Gangs: 4-Gang
Type: Cable Reel
Protection: Child Safe-Thermal Cutout
Colour: Black/Red
Brand Name: Wickes
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1 Like #1
I once bought one of these because it was cheaper than buying 15m of cable I needed...
#2
I think anything cheaper than £1/meter is good value
#3
great price, Just ordered a 25m from cpc for just under £18 yesterday, would got this if I'd of waited! :(
banned#4
CPC deal sounds good, but not sure what you meant "would got this if I'd of waited"
#5
Phew, was just about to buy the 20m one from Wilko for £18.
Thanks!
#6
Thanks.
1 Like #7
Zontes
CPC deal sounds good, but not sure what you meant "would got this if I'd of waited"


I mean if I'd of waited, like one more day and seen this, I'd of ordered this one instead
1 Like #8
have.
not of.

Jesus nobody can speak properly any more, our own language and the rest of the world is better at it....
1 Like #9
daskapital
have.
not of.
Jesus nobody can speak properly any more, our own language and the rest of the world is better at it....

You need to get out more.
#10
daskapital
have.
not of.

Jesus nobody can speak properly any more, our own language and the rest of the world is better at it....


Ah you're one of those people. Hope you feel better now
#11
Already have a couple of these. One once stopped working and they swapped it without quibbling. The store manager said, "well, it says lifetime warranty on it". Didn't even ask for proof of purchase.
#12
te721
daskapital
have.
not of.
Jesus nobody can speak properly any more, our own language and the rest of the world is better at it....
Ah you're one of those people. Hope you feel better now

I'm afraid I'm 'one of those people' too. This confusion of 'of' and 'have' has become very common and of course comes from the way people naturally say 'could've' rather 'could have'. Then, when it gets written down, the mistake arises. The problem, and imho it is a problem, is that 'could of' makes absolutely no grammatical sense, so there is no way it can be explained to someone trying to learn the language. I don't know why minor grammatical or spelling corrections are always greeted with such hostility.
#13
accvio
te721
daskapital
have.
not of.
Jesus nobody can speak properly any more, our own language and the rest of the world is better at it....
Ah you're one of those people. Hope you feel better now

I'm afraid I'm 'one of those people' too. This confusion of 'of' and 'have' has become very common and of course comes from the way people naturally say 'could've' rather 'could have'. Then, when it gets written down, the mistake arises. The problem, and imho it is a problem, is that 'could of' makes absolutely no grammatical sense, so there is no way it can be explained to someone trying to learn the language. I don't know why minor grammatical or spelling corrections are always greeted with such hostility.


Because there is no need to point out everyone's mistakes, also I accept the point being made it may not be correct English but everyone has still understood what's been said, no need to pick out peoples minor issues / defects it just makes people feel bad.

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