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Western Digital MyCloud 2TB (Recertified) - £57.99 delivered

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Slightly more expensive at £58, but this deal was super-hot around three weeks ago at £53 and it's only a fiver more. Recertified product still comes with a limited warranty and a thirty day money ba… Read More
Slightly more expensive at £58, but this deal was super-hot around three weeks ago at £53 and it's only a fiver more. Recertified product still comes with a limited warranty and a thirty day money ba…
thelargeportion1 Avatar1d, 22h agoFound 1 day, 22 hours ago19 Comments
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Can you access these drives from an Nvidia Shield running Kodi?
I've got D link video cameras I use for security. Could I use this for recording?
ukez
sallyforth
Would these be viable alt to paying for cloud space?
If you really must put your files on a cloud (i.e your own one) you're better off using a QNAP or Synology device as they support their devices for years by comparison.
Companies of these sort of entry cloud type NAS devices rarely offer any kind of long term firmware support for these types of devices. Whereas QNAP and Synology are much better suited for a personal cloud situation.
I've got a QNAP device which released 2011 and it only just last week received its final firmware upgrade; QNAP made me aware that was the case too from within the devices interface when I logged in as well, so I kind of know where I stand with that device going forward.
During that time (since 2011) I've lost count of the amount of times that awesome little device has received newer operating system upgrades, bug fixes, vulnerability fixes and security exploit patches since it released and its now mid 2017.
You simply wont get that level of support from companies like Western Digital who's primary market is to sell HDD's, not servers.
If you simply want a local NAS that your not going to connected to anything more than a secure LAN then this is okay'ish, but if you want one that has strong security, receives regular updates, bug fixes, security exploit patches, offers SSL/TLS (https) certification for secure remote access, AES NI data encryption, bundles or free apps for easy setup and use from your IOS/Android mobile device, plus a bundle of other uses then buy QNAP or Synology.
It really depends what you want to do with the drive. If you really want to expose unencrypted confidential files to the world at large then you are better off going for the most secure system possible, but if you just want to publish a large volume of your music files / photos / videos then it may not be worth the extra cost. I use Winzip secure AES encryption locally prior to backup if I want a remote backup of any confidential stuff - that has the added benefit I can also store those files on separate media at home too - keeping them completely offline to avoid the risk of attacks like seen recently.

Edited By: redant on May 27, 2017 09:31
Wotan
Would these be a suitable plex server?


The single bay drives don't run plex. The media server is twonky built in. You need one of the EX2 multibay models to install plex i believe.
Would these be a suitable plex server?
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24 Hour Plug-In Digital Timer £4.43 / £7.42 delivered @ CPC

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Minimum spend for free delivery = £5. £6.62 on Amazon - seems like a great deal. Silent as apposed to the noisy mechanical timers. Can also set days of the week and 'random' mode for when you're a… Read More
Minimum spend for free delivery = £5. £6.62 on Amazon - seems like a great deal. Silent as apposed to the noisy mechanical timers. Can also set days of the week and 'random' mode for when you're a…
SamTL Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago4 Comments
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I think you get 3 for £15 at Argos
jaques_kalis
Update the title to include delivery.., its not 4.50 delivered

Included. (Add any item over 50p for free delivery. )
Update the title to include delivery.., its not 4.50 delivered
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Western Digital (WD) My Cloud Recertified 2TB £56.99 @ Western Digital WDC.com

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Cheaper than 1 month ago (and 1TB version oO), down from rrp of £99. I don't think being recertified is really a problem as long as you don't use this for data back up or anything. Looks just about Read More
Cheaper than 1 month ago (and 1TB version oO), down from rrp of £99. I don't think being recertified is really a problem as long as you don't use this for data back up or anything. Looks just about
waysan Avatar1m, 1d agoFound 1 month, 1 day ago37 Comments
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z0mbi3
It's been said on here before that these are usually excess stock (i.e. new drives) sold as re-certified so as to be cheaper, while not technically undercutting resellers.

Zero chance of them being new drives. They've just had the SMART data reset or erased. Around 20% are returned under warranty, so there's a steady supply of recertified drives to be resold.

If you have a backup regime with multiple redundancy, then the six month warranty on these drives makes them very poor value for money. Backblaze statistics say Seagate drives are the least reliable - yet they buy more Seagate's than any other make, why? It's all about the warranty period (i.e. 2 years vs 6 months)

Talking of Backblaze, we know they try to make every cent count. Do they buy recertified drives - absolutely not.
Can someone explain if this would be good to store business documents, pictures and videos as a only back up as i use usb at the moment and im looking for something to ensure none of the work will get lost..... So confused with it all... I just want a stable back up incase my computer ever goes down
All oos now
2TB now showing as £54.99 and 4TB for £99.99
RebTheRebel
Decent enough to use with a PS4/XBox? If anyone knows.
Thanks

Not really, you might be able to stream media to the xbox/PS4 from this but if you want to use it for games.etc you'll want a USB drive not a Network one.
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Western Digital My Cloud (Recertified) 2TB £61.99 @ Western digital

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Finally, a cloud of your own Save everything in one place and access it from anywhere with your PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet. Protect your files with automatic file backup for all your computers. Read More
Finally, a cloud of your own Save everything in one place and access it from anywhere with your PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet. Protect your files with automatic file backup for all your computers.
pmpscet Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago8 Comments
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Yeah I don't understand the cold votes either. This is a basic NAS and designed for first users or people who just want a shared access point for files etc but at 60 quid for 2TB I would say it's an excellent starting point. Not ideal for single point of back up but deffo worth consideration. BTW still in stock as of this afternoon.

Edited By: 1982 on Apr 03, 2017 18:35
cheers. good deal
Deano467
waysan
Looks good - don't know why cold. Maybe doubts about reliability for something that's going to be holding a lot of your data.

I see this is cheaper than the 1Tb version (that's OOS).


this is for the NAS version, the other was just a plain external drive. Thanks is a good deal, hot from me


Then in that case I have no idea why it's cold.
Decent deal....and heat added to balance the books a bit!
waysan
Looks good - don't know why cold. Maybe doubts about reliability for something that's going to be holding a lot of your data.

I see this is cheaper than the 1Tb version (that's OOS).


this is for the NAS version, the other was just a plain external drive. Thanks is a good deal, hot from me
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IT'S MORPHIN TIME! All Power Rangers Seasons only £1.49 each - Amazon Video

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With the new movie reboot coming out today I was looking for the original series and find out you can get a whole season for only £1.49 each which is the same price as one episode. From the origina… Read More
With the new movie reboot coming out today I was looking for the original series and find out you can get a whole season for only £1.49 each which is the same price as one episode. From the origina…
jezzuk Avatar2m, 3d agoFound 2 months, 3 days ago15 Comments
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Heh funny as several months ago this was free on Amazon. Then pulled it with the new movie coming out and started charging for it
fanpages
steluca5
These are on Netflix if you pay for that :)
Also on Netflix if you don't pay for it.

....yes.
How does the video quality compare to netflix? Assuming there's be no need for buffering with these. Very tempted to buy everything as netflix may lose the rights one day.
Kind of loosely related as it was done by the same licensing company & it might have the power rangers crossover episode, Ninja turtles the next mutation live action series volumes 1 & 2 (2 volumes in total for the complete run with 6 discs each) £1 each at poundland.
steluca5
These are on Netflix if you pay for that :)

Also on Netflix if you don't pay for it.
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Western Digital Black 4TB 3.5" Internal Hard Drive £119.99 @ Amazon

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Slightly cheaper than the 4TB WD Blue drive but with a longer 5 year warranty and better performance. Usually around £170, dispatched and sold by Amazon.co.uk Read More
Slightly cheaper than the 4TB WD Blue drive but with a longer 5 year warranty and better performance. Usually around £170, dispatched and sold by Amazon.co.uk
Stabilized Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago61 Comments
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atdrocker
turning up tomorrow apparently
Did it get delivered?
yeah, is delivered, installed, and in use.
atdrocker
turning up tomorrow apparently
Did it get delivered?
turning up tomorrow apparently
itsillogical
richstroller
itsillogical
atdrocker
It was out of stock when i ordered, but i just saw they are sending it out today.
Hi, I'm getting the run around from Amazon re my order, they now say it was damaged and returned, how convenient. I'd appreciate a heads up when you actually ordered yours, if it was on back order and lastly if you get it delivered. Thanks. Any others still getting emails re this content if you have backorders still pending or actually cancelled.
I ordered when they were oos. Around 14.50 on 7 Feb. It arrived yesterday.
Thanks for updating me. I ordered mine about 1/2hr before yours. I'd appreciate anybody else who's had a successful order regarding this deal, or had their order cancelled.

They pushed back my delivery date until this coming weekend.
Just got mine, its a 2TB Black so its going back as well.
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Western Digital Black 1TB Performance Desktop Hard Disk Drive - 7200 RPM SATA 6 Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5 Inch - Retail Box - £66.69 @ Amazon UK

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Just picked this up for my Secondary Drive for a new build im currently doing. Seems to be the cheapest so far and oddly, Retail Box was cheaper than Component Boxed. Here are the Product Descripti… Read More
Just picked this up for my Secondary Drive for a new build im currently doing. Seems to be the cheapest so far and oddly, Retail Box was cheaper than Component Boxed. Here are the Product Descripti…
darthvader666uk Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago5 Comments
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sparx1981
Seems very expensive for 1tb
Not if you're after a drive with a 5 year warranty.

Decent price for a 1TB WD Black although has been this price for the most part of 18 months...
http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B00HRNYYQE/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
i have seen hybrid drives for same price. maybe they are refurbished but should be better?
sparx1981
Seems very expensive for 1tb
It's black.
Seems very expensive for 1tb
Good drives!
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Workzone Digital Caliper £7.99 @ Aldi

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Good value stainless steel digital caliper with 3 year warranty. Features Super big screen LCD display Graduation in 0.01mm Metric/inch switch button Measuring area: 0-150mm Automatic off func… Read More
Good value stainless steel digital caliper with 3 year warranty. Features Super big screen LCD display Graduation in 0.01mm Metric/inch switch button Measuring area: 0-150mm Automatic off func…
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jaizan
Loubou
What are these used for? Do I need one? X)
If you need to measure parts to 0.1mm accuracy, they are useful. If not, you do not need one.

Mine was last used for some plumbing, since plastic overflow piping can be had in 21.5 & 22mm diameters. Knowing which I have helps to identify the correct fittings.


Thank you for your reply. ;)
Bought one a few years ago, probably used it about 4 times since for simple DIY stuff, worth having at that price even if it is not used very regularly
Loubou
What are these used for? Do I need one? X)
If you need to measure parts to 0.1mm accuracy, they are useful. If not, you do not need one.

Mine was last used for some plumbing, since plastic overflow piping can be had in 21.5 & 22mm diameters. Knowing which I have helps to identify the correct fittings.
flamesong
Besford
Oh no, that very misleading phrase again! Why look on a 'deals' site if it means everything is poor?
Pretty odd response given that my statement was a qualification of the fact that I wasn't making a judgement. I have one of these myself and I am happy with it but if you work in a field which requires strict tolerance, you will need to pay more. Watch the (pretty badly made) video and you will see that all the 'professional' callipers are bang on whilst the cheaper one struggles even to be as accurate to 1/1000th inch.
I couldnt watch the full video, was putting me to sleep but loomed like the Mitutoyo was reading consistantly bang on.

The cheap caliper was consistantly plus a thou so 0.025mm.

Even mitutoyo have an accuracy on 150mm digital calipers of 1 thou or 0.02mm.

I wouldnt be using them if I was working to such a tight tolerance and who would.

Expecting a digital caliper of any sort with absolutely no error is a big ask.

For £7.99 they are actually pretty accurate although they dont normally stay that way as long as a mitutoyo or starret.


Edited By: callum84 on Jan 27, 2017 13:21: .
What are these used for? Do I need one? X)
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Western Digital My Cloud 4tb (Recertified) + Free Delivery - £94.99 at WD (using code)

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I was waiting for this to come back in stock, they also have the 3tb @ £89.99 and 2TB @ £71.99 (excluding discount code). £94.99 for the 4tb with free delivery. I've got mine setup linked to Kodi a… Read More
I was waiting for this to come back in stock, they also have the 3tb @ £89.99 and 2TB @ £71.99 (excluding discount code). £94.99 for the 4tb with free delivery. I've got mine setup linked to Kodi a…
dawsonz Avatar4m, 2d agoFound 4 months, 2 days ago10 Comments
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Got a 3TB one...flakier than the singing detective
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Codes not working for me, does anyone know any others please?

Dawsonz can you actually stream Kodi remotely through this then please?
HavocLP
They had 6TB for 10quid more yesterday. This one look weak in comparison.

£25 more but yes, a better deal while it lasted
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Harvard Is Putting Its Photography Classes Online For Free

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Harvard has announced that they are going to make their photography classes available for free online. The prestigious university has uploaded the program to their online platform Alison. Becoming Read More
Harvard has announced that they are going to make their photography classes available for free online. The prestigious university has uploaded the program to their online platform Alison. Becoming
rabinjs Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago37 Comments
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Yeh it's been pulled. :(
"This Harvard University Digital Photography course which has been hosted on the ALISON free learning platform since 2013 has been withdrawn for free access at the request of Harvard University. The course has previously been hosted by Alison under a Creative Commons licence.

As the content is dated (2009), we are working with leading photography experts to create a new comprehensive suite of courses in the photography area and will release same shortly. If you would like to be made aware of the launch of these courses, please click: "
Say cheese..signed up and doing it.
many thanks.
I'm not interested in certificate, just to know how to take a better selfie would do fine. :)
dealomatic
Mathaeus
Link loads an empty page for me? :/


You have just received your first lesson:
Photo appreciation (a snowstorm in Antarctica)
;)


Cool.. the white balance is spot on! Great capture :)
Mathaeus
Link loads an empty page for me? :/


You have just received your first lesson:
Photo appreciation (a snowstorm in Antarctica)
;)
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Doctor Strange 2015 Vol 1 Way of the Weird Digital at Amazon for £1.52

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Kindle and Comixology compatible. Volume 2 is only £3.92 also! https://www.amazon.co.uk/Doctor-Strange-Vol-Magic-2015-ebook/dp/B01LWABJ1D/ref=pd_sim_351_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=FH2KW2EVNKED6… Read More
Kindle and Comixology compatible. Volume 2 is only £3.92 also! https://www.amazon.co.uk/Doctor-Strange-Vol-Magic-2015-ebook/dp/B01LWABJ1D/ref=pd_sim_351_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=FH2KW2EVNKED6…
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Digital Door Viewer and Bell was £19.99 - NOW ONLY £9.99 at Aldi

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Found at Aldi in Hyde for £9.99 - reduced from £19.99 (in-store) This digital door viewers helps provide added security by allowing you to see who is at your door. It has a built in 128 MB micro S… Read More
Found at Aldi in Hyde for £9.99 - reduced from £19.99 (in-store) This digital door viewers helps provide added security by allowing you to see who is at your door. It has a built in 128 MB micro S…
AlwaysTheBest Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago15 Comments
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Non in Birmingham branch, bristol rd.
deafleopard
I'm guessing MIL stands for mother in law, never seen it abbreviated before?
Read it as MILF first time round ... could be a bad mistake to make!
I know the second option would have much more chance of getting in than the first! :D
300k image Res?

It will look super Mario on a green 90's gameboy screen at the door. Ha
I'll look into this.
vishaljh
Try ring products (www.ring.com). 3ring50 will give additional £20 off

the Ring doorbell sounds great, but I read some reviews and it put me off
http://www.pocketables.com/tag/ring-video-doorbell

so if I want to know who's at the door, I just bring up my Panasonic's IP CCTV camera web interface on my phone.
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Evernote students... Last day of deal. £11.25

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This offer is still valid despite the previous link being expired. One staff member at Evernote kindly allowed me to downgrade my account to basic as I already had premium, gave me the code to ava… Read More
This offer is still valid despite the previous link being expired. One staff member at Evernote kindly allowed me to downgrade my account to basic as I already had premium, gave me the code to ava…
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SKRWT Perspective & Image/Photo Editor etc Android App Half Price 89p @ Google Play

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For serious photographers and image editors, now half price. Another two famous apps MRRW and 4PNTS are inside too but HiRes export filter for those two other apps cost 69p each. If you use Google's Read More
For serious photographers and image editors, now half price. Another two famous apps MRRW and 4PNTS are inside too but HiRes export filter for those two other apps cost 69p each. If you use Google's
elTuco Avatar7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago1 Comment
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Nvm, deleting other resources, busy week ahead and voted cold anyway. :)


Edited By: elTuco on Oct 03, 2016 02:06: nvm
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Halo 5 Guardians Digital Deluxe Edition Xbox One - Digital Code ( £15.19 with cdkeys 5% fbook code ) £15.99

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Halo 5 Guardians Digital Deluxe Edition Xbox One - Digital Code The Halo 5: Guardians Digital Deluxe Edition includes: full base game + Warzone REQ Bundle + Halo: The Fall of Reach (Animated Se… Read More
Halo 5 Guardians Digital Deluxe Edition Xbox One - Digital Code The Halo 5: Guardians Digital Deluxe Edition includes: full base game + Warzone REQ Bundle + Halo: The Fall of Reach (Animated Se…
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XP200
imagineS
XP200
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XP200
So close to my £10, a little longer i think and it shall be mine. ha
But heat anyway as it is still very cheap, just not cheap enough for me. ha
Game had this in a buy one get one half price, got this, normal version, and Tony hawks for £22ish, plus physical copies so can trade in later.
Not bad, but i am going digital with the xb1 just because the Scorpio will be fully BC with all XB1 games, and i love the fact that going digital on the XB1 has been really cheap, Halo collection, £9, Assasin's creed Unity/BF under £2 each, Forza 5 and all the DLC cost me £14, Minecraft XB1 just cost me £11.99 and came with 7 packs, and there are more i can't remember at this time, and that is not counting all the GWG, and all my 360 digitaL library becoming bc, so going full digital on the XB1 has been really cheap, love it. ;)
Cheap you say...say that to the latest games digitally :p
Oh i never buy at launch, that way madness lies, no i either wait for a sale, or grab keys from other sites on sale, but either way i am enjoying a digital future my way, and i still have the odd disc, F6, Rare replay, FH2, i am waiting until they are on sale somewhere then again i jump in and bang..... and i am in no hurry, i got a back cat of games that would choke a donkey. ha
Do what I do buy new games on disc for cheap if needed to play urgently then once on sale sell disc (majority of the time the disc game hold's a reasonable value).

One thing i will never have to do is "Urgerntly" play a game, i won't tell you how many games i have on my steam account, PS3, Uplay, Origin, GOG, unplayed and not even downloaded, it would make you weep, it really would. lol

But yes i get were you are going, the games disc's i have i will eventually be replaced with the digital versions and then trade into CEX for a voucher, for another game that i await to replace with a cheap digital version, and that is how the cycle seem to be going, until i get to a critical mass were my trade in price no longer give me enough to buy anything, then i will be at digital nirvana. ha lol
XP200
imagineS
XP200
the1C3MAN
XP200
So close to my £10, a little longer i think and it shall be mine. ha
But heat anyway as it is still very cheap, just not cheap enough for me. ha
Game had this in a buy one get one half price, got this, normal version, and Tony hawks for £22ish, plus physical copies so can trade in later.
Not bad, but i am going digital with the xb1 just because the Scorpio will be fully BC with all XB1 games, and i love the fact that going digital on the XB1 has been really cheap, Halo collection, £9, Assasin's creed Unity/BF under £2 each, Forza 5 and all the DLC cost me £14, Minecraft XB1 just cost me £11.99 and came with 7 packs, and there are more i can't remember at this time, and that is not counting all the GWG, and all my 360 digitaL library becoming bc, so going full digital on the XB1 has been really cheap, love it. ;)
Cheap you say...say that to the latest games digitally :p
Oh i never buy at launch, that way madness lies, no i either wait for a sale, or grab keys from other sites on sale, but either way i am enjoying a digital future my way, and i still have the odd disc, F6, Rare replay, FH2, i am waiting until they are on sale somewhere then again i jump in and bang..... and i am in no hurry, i got a back cat of games that would choke a donkey. ha


Do what I do buy new games on disc for cheap if needed to play urgently then once on sale sell disc (majority of the time the disc game hold's a reasonable value).
imagineS
XP200
the1C3MAN
XP200
So close to my £10, a little longer i think and it shall be mine. ha
But heat anyway as it is still very cheap, just not cheap enough for me. ha
Game had this in a buy one get one half price, got this, normal version, and Tony hawks for £22ish, plus physical copies so can trade in later.
Not bad, but i am going digital with the xb1 just because the Scorpio will be fully BC with all XB1 games, and i love the fact that going digital on the XB1 has been really cheap, Halo collection, £9, Assasin's creed Unity/BF under £2 each, Forza 5 and all the DLC cost me £14, Minecraft XB1 just cost me £11.99 and came with 7 packs, and there are more i can't remember at this time, and that is not counting all the GWG, and all my 360 digitaL library becoming bc, so going full digital on the XB1 has been really cheap, love it. ;)
Cheap you say...say that to the latest games digitally :p

Oh i never buy at launch, that way madness lies, no i either wait for a sale, or grab keys from other sites on sale, but either way i am enjoying a digital future my way, and i still have the odd disc, F6, Rare replay, FH2, i am waiting until they are on sale somewhere then again i jump in and bang..... and i am in no hurry, i got a back cat of games that would choke a donkey. ha
XP200
the1C3MAN
XP200
So close to my £10, a little longer i think and it shall be mine. ha
But heat anyway as it is still very cheap, just not cheap enough for me. ha
Game had this in a buy one get one half price, got this, normal version, and Tony hawks for £22ish, plus physical copies so can trade in later.
Not bad, but i am going digital with the xb1 just because the Scorpio will be fully BC with all XB1 games, and i love the fact that going digital on the XB1 has been really cheap, Halo collection, £9, Assasin's creed Unity/BF under £2 each, Forza 5 and all the DLC cost me £14, Minecraft XB1 just cost me £11.99 and came with 7 packs, and there are more i can't remember at this time, and that is not counting all the GWG, and all my 360 digitaL library becoming bc, so going full digital on the XB1 has been really cheap, love it. ;)

Cheap you say...say that to the latest games digitally :p
the1C3MAN
XP200
So close to my £10, a little longer i think and it shall be mine. ha
But heat anyway as it is still very cheap, just not cheap enough for me. ha
Game had this in a buy one get one half price, got this, normal version, and Tony hawks for £22ish, plus physical copies so can trade in later.

Not bad, but i am going digital with the xb1 just because the Scorpio will be fully BC with all XB1 games, and i love the fact that going digital on the XB1 has been really cheap, Halo collection, £9, Assasin's creed Unity/BF under £2 each, Forza 5 and all the DLC cost me £14, Minecraft XB1 just cost me £11.99 and came with 7 packs, and there are more i can't remember at this time, and that is not counting all the GWG, and all my 360 digitaL library becoming bc, so going full digital on the XB1 has been really cheap, love it. ;)


Edited By: XP200 on Oct 02, 2016 18:24
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Bosch PLR 15 Digital Laser Measure (Measuring up to 15 m) £23.00 @ Amazon

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Cheapest price I've seen this. Precise and reliable measurement with laser technology Accurately measure distances up to 15 m Measure from back end of tool Display with backlight Small Read More
Cheapest price I've seen this. Precise and reliable measurement with laser technology Accurately measure distances up to 15 m Measure from back end of tool Display with backlight Small
louiselouise Avatar8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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Sorry guys, didn't realise the price would go up so quickly! :)
now the price is at £29 from amazon.
£23 at b&q if you can find stock or £29 at homebase if you need it straight away.
Your text here

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Edited By: ccraiggould on Sep 12, 2016 05:15: adjustment
From the Camels (actually, oops, looks like £22.39 is the cheapest, still not bad, though):
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Edited By: louiselouise on Sep 12, 2016 04:10
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Batman Arkham VR PlayStation 4 £15.99 PlayStation Store

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Batman Arkham VR is priced between £45 and £55 for the game on disk across several UK retailers, however the PlayStation store is selling (pre-order) the digital edition of the game for just £15.99, s… Read More
Batman Arkham VR is priced between £45 and £55 for the game on disk across several UK retailers, however the PlayStation store is selling (pre-order) the digital edition of the game for just £15.99, s…
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irononreverse
it's weird how uninformed this thread is. every psvr demonstration has been on a standard ps4 and people are impressed, saying it sits between the rift and vive.
currently, confirmed use of the ps4 pro for vr has been mentioned by the developers of farpoint. they will use it to do supersampling ( render at a higher resolution then downscale to the psvr's native resolution. this is basically a brute force method of antialiasing.)
the batman experience is just that. it's around 1-2 hours long.


Thanks for the comment, I have been looking for a definite answer regarding PSVR and if PS4 Pro was essential or not but it always seemed like one person would say it will be fine followed by another saying it will be practically unplayable... your comment was the common sense answer I have wanted and given me the much needed clarification. Thanks Irononreverse
it's weird how uninformed this thread is. every psvr demonstration has been on a standard ps4 and people are impressed, saying it sits between the rift and vive.

currently, confirmed use of the ps4 pro for vr has been mentioned by the developers of farpoint. they will use it to do supersampling ( render at a higher resolution then downscale to the psvr's native resolution. this is basically a brute force method of antialiasing.)

the batman experience is just that. it's around 1-2 hours long.
Trust me if it's that cheap on the store it's not a proper game.
DancingMatt
It's £15.99 at Game online now and I just pre-ordered a code for £15.99 from Amazon.
I played it at Gamescom, the batcave bit is fun and looks good but not sure I'd replay it. Sort of thing you'd give to a friend to experience. The detective bit is interesting but I hope there's more cases to come. Felt like I'd mostly finished it in 20 mins.
And re. the PS4 Pro - I was a bit disappointed with how Batman looked on the VR on a PS4, more so Farpoint. It's lower resolution that you might expect, doesn't look HD. Farpoint in particular has bad textures. But it's certainly very immersive, and that's what you want from VR.

At least we get about a month to decide if it is worth upgrading or if you can live with VR at current specs. Personally I am waiting for a physical copy then I will cancel the pre-order on the PSN.
It's £15.99 at Game online now and I just pre-ordered a code for £15.99 from Amazon.

I played it at Gamescom, the batcave bit is fun and looks good but not sure I'd replay it. Sort of thing you'd give to a friend to experience. The detective bit is interesting but I hope there's more cases to come. Felt like I'd mostly finished it in 20 mins.

And re. the PS4 Pro - I was a bit disappointed with how Batman looked on the VR on a PS4, more so Farpoint. It's lower resolution that you might expect, doesn't look HD. Farpoint in particular has bad textures. But it's certainly very immersive, and that's what you want from VR.
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DIY Digital Caliper 150mm Fiber Carbon Digital Caliper Vernier Gauge Micrometer Tool 6" Electronic LCD Display UK £3.99 Amazon sold by AIMTools Ltd.

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What's so special about this?
Got one. Here is the spec accuracy from the booklet.

Length Measurement
0 - 100mm +/- 0.02mm
100 - 150mm +/- 0.03mm

Depth Measurement
0 - 100mm +/- 0.04mm
100 - 150mm +/- 0.05mm


Edited By: Meathotukdeals on Aug 26, 2016 13:21: + not =
Got mine today, looks ok, and has black case and a spare battery, so good value, measured some screws with it at work, its a bit out but you get what you pay for, 6mm screw measures 5.8mm, 4mm measure 3.8mm, so it is out by about 0.2mm, the tolerance is +/- 1mm, still ok for the money.
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Buying these is a bit of a minefield as the reviews can vary for products that look identical.
I bought one with metal jaws from a UK eBay seller- LM Electrical- for £7.99 delivered. It works perfectly.http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/6-Inch-LCD-Stainless-Steel-Digital-Caliper-Extra-Battery-and-Case-/311041618635?hash=item486b8672cb
Have you calibrated it against something?

Yeah, I mainly bought it for measuring bicycle parts- I tested it out on a few things and it gave the readings it was supposed to. Also, repeated measures of the same item are consistent. I just dug it out and tested it just now and it consistently measures the thickness of my credit card as 0.78mm

I spent ages researching digital calipers and eventually came to the conclusion that unless you're a designer or an engineer, you can probably get away with a cheapo.


Thing is, if you're measuring down to a tight tolerance you shouldn't even be using a calliper/vernier. They're really for reference. Like seeing if a bolt is m5 or m6, that kind of thing. I'd be comfortable with a vernier down to .1mm. Beyond that, you can afford to buy a micrometer.
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£10 for steel ones from Thurday at Lidl.
Good spothttp://www.lidl.co.uk/en/our-offers-2491.htm?action=showDetail&id=36548
Can't find the manual on their site.
If it's of interest, I've been using a pair for 3-4 years (could never really justify the cost of the likes of M&W or Mitutoyo) and they seem to be a slight cut above most of the cheap ones. I've checked mine with a feeler gauge and they are within half a thou (0.0005") and also against my micrometer measuring bearing races and they are within .01mm.
Of course there's no guarantee they're still using the same manufacturer, but they look identical to the ones shown.
Thanks. I think I'm going to get these form Lidl come Thursday. Branded, 3 year gtee and from major name should be good for the price.
you want to check on the returns policy with lidl i think after a year you have to return item back to supplier and not lidl plus you have to supply original receipt,if anyone can confirm that
a bit boozey so hope it makes sense but my approach to the gtee was not that i'd likely use it, just it was another indication that likely they will be fairly good quality.
Has anyone noticed receipts these days? The ink fades way too fast. Within a year most have faded to ziltch..
nighty
That's because the receipts are thermal now, not old fashioned ink onto paper. So keep em cool and away from sunlight and you'll be fine.
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Bosch PLR 15 Digital Laser Measure (Measuring up to 15 m) £23.49 @ Amazon

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Precise and reliable measurement with laser technology Accurately measure distances up to 15 m Measure from back end of tool Display with backlight Small and compact The Bosch P… Read More
Precise and reliable measurement with laser technology Accurately measure distances up to 15 m Measure from back end of tool Display with backlight Small and compact The Bosch P…
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I have one of these as a back up / spare to a Bosch professional blue range laser. The PLR15 is I'm my opinion as a daily user of a laser measure for light DIY / occasional use only. I had to return the first one I had as after a very small light knock the on/off switch became intermittent. So please keep that in mind if you want a laser measure for more frequent / daily use I would suggest spending a bit more and getting something more robust. I store my PLR15 in my survey tool bag in a old snap shut glasses case, and that's kept it safe and functional when needed so far. :|
llywmog
got one last time round. it's useful, but the batteries didn't last very long before needing to be replaced.



Agreed. Taken to removing mine, as only used once with some new batteries and then dead when I came back to it, albeit sometime later.

Great item Boyee - I think you'll find you need one!
kevintoffer
price sites suggest Amazon was £28 recently and that that was already the best price by far. it's £50 in the DIY sheds. it's green DIY Bosch, not blue but that's its only shortcoming I can see.
Was £24.99 last time I posted it :p (albeit about six months ago) http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bosch-plr15-digital-laser-measure-measuring-up-15m-amazon-deal-day-24-99-2415224
price sites suggest Amazon was £28 recently and that that was already the best price by far. it's £50 in the DIY sheds. it's green DIY Bosch, not blue but that's its only shortcoming I can see.
got one last time round. it's useful, but the batteries didn't last very long before needing to be replaced.


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Bosch PMD 7 Digital Detector @ Amazon (£22.48 Non Prime) £18.49

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Good tool for DIY's or tradesmen, this is the cheapest this has ever been (according to camel camel camel) usually around £35 Maximum detection depth of up to 7 cm Detects live wires, copper and s… Read More
Good tool for DIY's or tradesmen, this is the cheapest this has ever been (according to camel camel camel) usually around £35 Maximum detection depth of up to 7 cm Detects live wires, copper and s…
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ShootistUK
Be careful if you put this in your trouser pocket - every time I do this it starts to beep and flash madly ;-)
I refer you to post #6...
Good deal.

However I found this product useless due to false positives. I have returned it as its not accurate.
i was on amazon last night and was about to purchase. came on this morning at its over half price!
i've been looking at PS4 controllers so if they want to reduce them again that would be great

heat and thanks OP
patrick_000
I needed to find studs to drill in hooks for a heavy mirror. I did quite a bit of research and people implied these electronic devices were not very reliable at times. One builder suggested using a neodymium magnet (very strong pull) to locate the nails behind the plasterboard. Once you find a nail just stick a small marker on it (I used PostIt notes cut into 2mm strips) - once you've found a few nails you can see the direction of the stud. I used a paper towel between the magnet and the plasterboard to avoid making marks on the paint as the pull is strong once the magnet is over a nail.
This is the magnet I bought (£5.11) but weaker ones may do the job just as well. Just be careful with this magnet as it supposedly has a 12kg pull.https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0038E2KYE/

thanks - that's good advice.
simple solutions are generally the best; tried and tested over generations.
Be careful if you put this in your trouser pocket - every time I do this it starts to beep and flash madly ;-)
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Hitachi HDR5T01 500GB Freeview+ HD Smart Digital TV Recorder 116/8305 £34.99 Argos Clearance Bargains Stanley.

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Argos Clearance Bargains Stanley. Hitachi Freeview and HD box with 500Gb storage. loads on shelf for £34.99 - model number HDR5T01 - in current catalogue for £99.99. Also, they have the 1 Tb mode…
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Can anyone confirm that these are available at the Walsall branch? Thank you.
Moonwolf1976
Looks like the one I bought from Argos for £100 odd quid a few months ago, I had to take it back it kept freezing and had to pul the plug also would forget to record things and was extremely sluggish, very sad as I loved the size of the device its very small as uses a laptop hard drive, it also had a great search facility where you could search up to 8 days by category or name shame it was useless and no firmware fix. Voted cold I am sure this is the culprit from the picture.


I understand that you're unhappy with the product ( who wouldn't be ) - but this is a deals site - ( which shows a 65% discount on what you paid, and the current price is..)
I wouldn't buy a Citroën (my choice) - but do recognise a 65% saving in the cost.. don't vote then.. not cold if no saving..
If you don't fancy the drive to Stanley, the rock solid BT Youview+ Humax T2100 boxes go for £45ish on ebay second-hand (and work with any broadband connection, not just BT). Very pleased with mine, the youview+ software is great, the remote recording app is surprisingly useful (lets me see and pick all the films in coming week).

Edited By: hkhk on Aug 13, 2016 21:12
Looks like the one I bought from Argos for £100 odd quid a few months ago, I had to take it back it kept freezing and had to pul the plug also would forget to record things and was extremely sluggish, very sad as I loved the size of the device its very small as uses a laptop hard drive, it also had a great search facility where you could search up to 8 days by category or name shame it was useless and no firmware fix. Voted cold I am sure this is the culprit from the picture.
Likely to be at Corby and Walsall stores as well then...
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It's Back! .. AGAIN. Rent a FREE movie in HD but today only- from TALKTALK TV STORE

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Just got mine and compatible with Chromecast.
reinstated original deal info - this thread was edited / updated after this member had already submitted the new offer / code

https://www.hotukdeals.com/freebies/talktalktvstore-rent-a-free-movie-up-4-45-2494105

Thanks to both members
The code was still working at 12.45am :)
Looks like it has expired - the original post does say today only - which I assume is already yesterday now?
thanks
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Rent any movie for free in HD e.g. Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice @ TalkTalk TV Store

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Just got mine and the app compatible with Chromecast. Happy days.
Thanks everyone hope you enjoyed your free movie. Seems there was a decent amount left and it was on the front page of the Star. That shows how many people read that thing

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Thanks got a Sammy tv. There must have been another deal because I've got Alien in my library. Must have been at the pub that night. X)
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Nintendo Digital Store opening discounts @Shopto.net

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Shopto.net have opened their new Nintendo digital store and are providing discounts for a short time on some of the content. Mostly, Nintendo digital content is more expensive than boxed products b… Read More
Shopto.net have opened their new Nintendo digital store and are providing discounts for a short time on some of the content. Mostly, Nintendo digital content is more expensive than boxed products b…
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Just like everyone's said. Terrible prices. Matter of fact, you can get them cheaper on physical format and then still get some of your money back, with digital, you don't get anything back at all and it's only playable on that one system whereas physical you can just pop in the disc/card and play it.

ShopTo's best digital Wii U sale is the Mario Kart 8 DLC Pack.
LightYagami
These are largely awful prices but it's true that some of them are better than Nintendo's own digital offerings. Feel a bit bad for OP here, especially as they went to the effort to single out the best of the bunch.

Thank you, but if people vote cold they vote cold. I thought those who wanted any of these games digitally could possibly save a few quid, though I do agree that the prices are high compared to boxed copies.
These are largely awful prices but it's true that some of them are better than Nintendo's own digital offerings. Feel a bit bad for OP here, especially as they went to the effort to single out the best of the bunch.
joanddan7
For me to be tempted to get a digital game it has to considerable less than physical I don't understand why people love digital so much.
Especially with th limitations of storage consoles current have. When we can attach USB drives and have unlimited games stored it might be a different story but I'd still never pay more for digital than physical copy!
well you can with the wii u and xbox one, for the xbox i have the internal 1tb and a external 4tb and i could add an extra two drives if i wanted. mind on the wiiu you are stuck with the slower usb 2


Edited By: voyager123 on Jul 29, 2016 13:28
For me to be tempted to get a digital game it has to considerable less than physical I don't understand why people love digital so much.

Especially with th limitations of storage consoles current have. When we can attach USB drives and have unlimited games stored it might be a different story but I'd still never pay more for digital than physical copy!
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Free Tablet, or PC when you call Simplifydigital and sign up to a new broadband and phone deal from one of our providers (Prices start from as little as £1.75 for the first 12 months (line rental required and 12 month contract for broadband required)

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The main plus on this deal is the inclusion of office. However I'd still go via quidco / TCB and get that plus whatever vouchers or cashback the same vendors are offering and get a better PC from eBay.
\"THe pc includes a 15in screen and an 80Gb hard drive" ... jebus..! I reckon a good quality USB stick may be a better bet. Or why not one of the intel compute sticks, at least its modern. these sound like they are 7-10 years old. I bet the companys involved get tax vcredits and probably carbon credits for "recycling" computer tat.
take note you can get a cheaper better laptop online then this firm are offering without being elegible through state benefits,laptops are rubbish for the price beware look around first
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Digital Kitchen Timer - £2.98 (Amazon Add-on)

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Lowest price this has been and incredibly cheap for a digital kitchen timer. Read More
Lowest price this has been and incredibly cheap for a digital kitchen timer.
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duffman2605
Good price I guess, but who doesnt have a smart phone these days? Just use the built in timer, you can have multiple timers for different things cooking for different times, and you're always carrying it around

Nobody likes a greasy mobile after handling food. This digital kitchen timer will always stay at home in the kitchen left to it's own devices used by multiple family members.
Good price I guess, but who doesnt have a smart phone these days? Just use the built in timer, you can have multiple timers for different things cooking for different times, and you're always carrying it around
Perfect for espresso machines when timing coffee extraction
If you remember what time you put stuff in the oven, you can tell when it's done by looking at your watch. And you don't even have to get out of your chair to check too.
I'd get one of these if I didn't live in the 21st century. :{
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Apple - Digital AV Adapter £10.00 at Tesco

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Amazon Prime Day 2016 - 12th of July

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I ordered blue life mark mobile from Amazon and paid with my £10 promotional credit from this deal and £5 from audible trial as well as PayPal. After receiving the phone I realised it was faulty, so I asked for a refund instead of a replacement. Amazon refunded the money minus the £15 promotional credit, when I asked them why they did this, they stated it is in their terms and conditions number 14 (promotional credit t&cs). Not happy with this at all.
With Amazon it's always worth a second (or third fourth etc depending how strongly you feel about it) try as I had a similar case with a £10 promotional discount and whilst the first agent was adamant nothing could be done a second agent agreed to credit it off another amazon order I had made.
Only fair IMHO as you usually have to fulfil certain conditions to get the promotional credit (which usually involves additional spending) so I don't see why it should just disappear if you have to return something through no fault of your own. I think promotional credits should be treated just like giftcard balance i.e. it MUST be refunded upon the return of a faulty/unwanted item.
My thoughts exactly☺
aishakhan894
I ordered blue life mark mobile from Amazon and paid with my £10 promotional credit from this deal and £5 from audible trial as well as PayPal. After receiving the phone I realised it was faulty, so I asked for a refund instead of a replacement. Amazon refunded the money minus the £15 promotional credit, when I asked them why they did this, they stated it is in their terms and conditions number 14 (promotional credit t&cs). Not happy with this at all.

With Amazon it's always worth a second (or third fourth etc depending how strongly you feel about it) try as I had a similar case with a £10 promotional discount and whilst the first agent was adamant nothing could be done a second agent agreed to credit it off another amazon order I had made.

Only fair IMHO as you usually have to fulfil certain conditions to get the promotional credit (which usually involves additional spending) so I don't see why it should just disappear if you have to return something through no fault of your own. I think promotional credits should be treated just like giftcard balance i.e. it MUST be refunded upon the return of a faulty/unwanted item.
aishakhan894
I ordered blue life mark mobile from Amazon and paid with my £10 promotional credit from this deal and £5 from audible trial as well as PayPal. After receiving the phone I realised it was faulty, so I asked for a refund instead of a replacement. Amazon refunded the money minus the £15 promotional credit, when I asked them why they did this, they stated it is in their terms and conditions number 14 (promotional credit t&cs). Not happy with this at all.
Surely that's reasonable? They weren't vouchers you bought like a giftcard they were basically discount vouchers.
I ordered blue life mark mobile from Amazon and paid with my £10 promotional credit from this deal and £5 from audible trial as well as PayPal. After receiving the phone I realised it was faulty, so I asked for a refund instead of a replacement. Amazon refunded the money minus the £15 promotional credit, when I asked them why they did this, they stated it is in their terms and conditions number 14 (promotional credit t&cs). Not happy with this at all.
colloq
How does this work, Ordered the Playstation 4 deal with Amazon Prime on the 12th, for next day delivery of the 13th but it didn't even get dispatched until 7pm tonight, so won't be here until the 14th!
Is this a common thing, as it seems a bloody waste of £80 a year if they can't even do fast delivery

Hehehehehe, it was PURELY because of the MASSIVE influx of customer's for this specific Amazon heavyyyyyyyy Discount Day that killed it for Amazon's Prime really?, that's all ...

I've been on Prime with them in the past, and luvvvvvvvvv'ed! (then cancelled later, hehehe), I'm currently with them on Prime AGAIN!, so that I could capitalise on a few cooooooool Discount's and the like they had on Prime day too!.

But unlike the Prime I was having from wayyyyyy before which was second to none, this time round via the Prime Day was somewhat 'different' to say the least?, so ..... hehehehehe. :-)

Yep!, that's about the size of it really?. :-)
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Free Online Courses with Certs + Face to Face Learning with Google Digital Garage

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I like it - has been great to give to my son to learn a bit more about it - he really enjoyed it (but he is starting to become a bit of a computer nerd lol)

No hard in that at all?.

Well, not from where I'm sitting anyway ..... :-)


He is 9 but nope it wasn't hard for him at all
rabbitnangel
I like it - has been great to give to my son to learn a bit more about it - he really enjoyed it (but he is starting to become a bit of a computer nerd lol)

No hard in that at all?.

Well, not from where I'm sitting anyway ..... :-)
I like it - has been great to give to my son to learn a bit more about it - he really enjoyed it (but he is starting to become a bit of a computer nerd lol)
A bit too basic for my needs, but no doubt less tech savvy people will find this stuff useful. Heat added.
Rarnik
I guess I should look back in but the intro I was watching was sending me to sleep. Probably excellent for people who have no idea at all, or perhaps I just need to skip ahead but don't remember if you could do that and still pass.

I didn't even bother watching the videos. Answered all the questions straight away and got them all right ;)
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Refurbished Fuji X-T10 Compact System Camera with 16-50mm mkII lens - £404.10 with code @ Fuji

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The Fuji X-T10 is an award winning compact system camera from Fuji. APS-C sized sensor in a retro-inspired body. Fuji's sensors provide excellent image quality while the cameras offer a very tactil… Read More
The Fuji X-T10 is an award winning compact system camera from Fuji. APS-C sized sensor in a retro-inspired body. Fuji's sensors provide excellent image quality while the cameras offer a very tactil…
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thanks, ordered


No worries. Collecting mine tomorrow, hope you enjoy it!
footiechic05
This camera or the Sony6000
What's people's views please


I chose Fuji due to the lens line up, which for my needs and desires was a better selection than for the Sony.
thanks, ordered
Love mine. Worth getting the f2 35mm camera as that 16-50 lens is pretty hopeless. The 18-55 is a nice lens if you want a little bit of zoom.
From what I've seen the 16-50mm seems ok, plus it's 2mm wider than the 18-55mm which will be useful for me.
Going to be investing in the 35mm f1.4 I think. Is the 35mm f2 a better or worse option?

Great camera (I own one). Having had DSLR's for a number of year, this is great. I've had both the 16-50mm and the 18-55mm and both are great, sharp lenses IMO. The 18-55 is more expensive but gives a nice aperture for a kit lens and build quality is great, but the 16-50mm is great lens too, nice and sharp and a little wider as you say. I have the 35mm 1.4 too which is amazing not tried the 35mm f2. Picked up my extra lenses on Ebay though as they are a lot cheaper than the official retailers.

Edited By: ACunningPlan on Jun 06, 2016 20:17: spelling/grammar.
This camera or the Sony6000
What's people's views please
It depends on the lens or lenses to some extent?
There's a comparison here..
http://improvephotography.com/34938/sony-a6000-vs-fuji-xt10/
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White Knight Tumble Dryer C86AB (6kg/Digital Sensing/Vented/Black) + Free delivery whiteknightrange £149.99

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Been needing a new tumble dryer for approximately £150 due to tight budgets, but needed something decent, value for money and with good running costs. Found this which was originally apparently £227,
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White Knight - comes in black! oO

Damn that's cheap. Heat added.
nihcaj
"It's energy efficiency is 'C' however it seems that White Knight dyers cost roughly the same as 'B' rated dryers from other brands. Found this out at http://www.sust-it.net and some forums."
How do you work that out?
This model isn't even listed, and many White Knight C rated Dryers are nearly as low on the list as it is possible to be!

Sorry I also used the calculator on the site. According to other websites that stock this dryer, it uses this much energy:

Typical energy usage – 2.23kWh/Cycle (half load), 3.68kWh/cycle (full load). 457kWh/Year.

So using the calculator on the Sust website, it 57.04p per cycle. Which seems pretty good to me considering the upfront cost? (PS I'm no expert here!)


Edited By: WaxMechaniK on May 18, 2016 14:49
cheap as chips and easy to repair yourself if parts fail ours has been out in garage for 8 years and only had element changed as it burnt out
"It's energy efficiency is 'C' however it seems that White Knight dyers cost roughly the same as 'B' rated dryers from other brands. Found this out at http://www.sust-it.net and some forums."

How do you work that out?

This model isn't even listed, and many White Knight C rated Dryers are nearly as low on the list as it is possible to be!
Our White Knight has lasted us years....
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170W Variable Speed (8,000 - 35,000rpm) Rotary Tool With LCD Display And 219-Piece Accessory Set, £29.99 Delivered @ Maplin

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Back down in price again! Highly recommended. Comes with flexi-drive shaft and 219 accessories, removable handle, LCD display (variable, electronic speed control), "Dremel" knockoff. See Posts #5 a… Read More
Back down in price again! Highly recommended. Comes with flexi-drive shaft and 219 accessories, removable handle, LCD display (variable, electronic speed control), "Dremel" knockoff. See Posts #5 a…
louiselouise Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago21 Comments
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Strange how I posted this about 10 days ago and it's suddenly got busy on here again :p

dcpk, I'm sorry you've had a bad time with this model. It's hard to say whether you're merely very unlucky or whether there's more serious build quality problems - but I added all the online reviews I could find at the time (I originally bought one for me, one for boyf a few months ago and posted on here) and I've had no issues. I always try to balance my posts with positives and negatives but couldn't see anyone banging a drum about this.

Of course there's a few HUKD threads on this too - people tend to moan more than praise on the internet but glad you found a model that works for you now :)

Edited By: louiselouise on May 25, 2016 10:10
I don't normally like to knock anyones post or post negative reviews but on this occasion I felt the need.

I got this model a couple of years ago and at first was very happy with my purchase even though 95% of the stuff that comes with is is no use to anyone unless you like to keep your nails neat and smooth.

Used on and off for 4 months (about 10 hours use in total) only small jobs like cutting off nail heads, cutting plastic and a bit of sanding and worked fine what what I needed it for.
Then one day It just started to drop the speed to the lowest setting, no problem just turn it back up (at this point i thought it might of been myself knocking it down by accident or some sort of safety feature, remember not used it enough & who reads instructions right? ) anyway it got to the point where it got a lot more frequent until it would no longer rise above the minimum speed, so returned it and had no issues and was given a brand new one not a refurb or customer return. (no problems at all, not even a second question so Maplins good on customer returns in this instance)
All started out good and same again and maybe even less usage than the first, this one the LED readout started to fade in and out and went on like this over a couple of weeks, but I could live with it in the usage it got and wasn't much fussed about the readout as it only tells you the speed anyway. Then one day I was working on something in the shed as you do and smelt something burning like an electrical fire and it turned out to be this pile of poop. Quickly unplugged it from the mains and not much in the way of damage externally but it had burnt out the board inside. From what I could tell was the on/off switch on the drill doesnt isolate the main power coming in as you can adjust the speed setting before you start it so power is going through to the circuit board and think there lies the problem as it alway felt warm even when not using it if left plugged in (not talking about plugged in all the time just when working on things and plugged in ready to use).
Took that one back and this time they tried to fob me off with a customer return and the standard bull about how it's been tested and same guarantee as a new one but stood my ground and in the end gave me another one off the shelf.

Anyway as I come to the end of (my review, my opinion) upon using the 3rd and new one it stopped working after another couple of months and by this time just gave up on it and binned it and ended up buying a slightly more expensive well known make and been using it for almost a year without a single problem.

The moral of the story is you get what you pay for or as I still like to say buy Sh*te buy twice :P

I think I still have the box/case and most of the accessories if anyone in the Manchester area who could use them for Free if willing to collect? Sorry cannot be faffed with postage.


Edited By: dcpk on May 25, 2016 04:40
Just whats I've been looking for,

Thanks


Bought one will pick up tomorrow :)
I tried a pressure washer but it won't budge
pressure washer instead?
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Dark Souls Prepare to Die Edition @ FunStock £3.99 with code

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I guess Dark Souls 1 needs no introduction by now. The PC version seems to have some issues, but apparently there's a patch to make it a bit less buggy. Use code: APR-COUPMAIL-HOT20 Read More
I guess Dark Souls 1 needs no introduction by now. The PC version seems to have some issues, but apparently there's a patch to make it a bit less buggy. Use code: APR-COUPMAIL-HOT20
jonorl Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago29 Comments
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Eleven hours later and still no key on this end. There's definitely no reason for a digital delivery to take as long as this, especially when they're comfortable taking payment instantly.

Sent them an email but since it's Sunday we're probably out of luck until tomorrow at least, unless the code manages to turn up on its own today.

Still, on the bright side, this ought to free up some time for college work!

UPDATE: Just checked their Facebook page and somebody with the same issue got a response:

"We have run out of these keys and will be sourcing more ASAP but unfortunately won't be until tomorrow at the earliest."

" The keys will be added to you account and you will receive a confirmation email."

Still not great but at least we know what's going on now!


Edited By: Liamc5232 on Apr 24, 2016 12:52: Updated information
statto4ever
Asunai
For those who already have this game, is that true the servers have been down for a week for online?
Hope that is just temporary.
They were down, but are back up now.

Thanks for confirming this. I ordered this last night so hoping to get the keys soon.
And the price on this game has gone up now: £19.99.
Asunai
For those who already have this game, is that true the servers have been down for a week for online?
Hope that is just temporary.

They were down, but are back up now.
QuatrroDDD
anyone else not received their key?

Still waiting 24 hours later. They have replied to my email though, so you know, every cloud.

Edited By: statto4ever on Apr 24, 2016 07:35
anyone else not received their key?
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Auto Ranging Digital Multimeter with MAX and backlight £10.69 (Amazon Prime - Lightning Deal)

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AMAZON PRIME PRICE & LIGHTNING DEAL - GOING FAST AT TIME OF POSTING Currently cheaper than you can get on eBay from China, this has very good reviews and would be great as a budget/secondary multim… Read More
AMAZON PRIME PRICE & LIGHTNING DEAL - GOING FAST AT TIME OF POSTING Currently cheaper than you can get on eBay from China, this has very good reviews and would be great as a budget/secondary multim…
jewelie Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago17 Comments
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Well, as promised, a bit of a test and review...

As it's only a 2000 count meter, there was no point hooking it up to my 2.5V reference source, as we'd lose a digit of reading accuracy, so I measured a partly used 1.5V battery and compared with a meter that I know is accurate to 0.001V on this range (note, the MS8233D's backlight is on for this picture):

http://s22.postimg.org/fhzwnie6p/ms8233d_pic0.jpg

As you can see, it's within 0.001V of that reading. :) Fab!

http://s22.postimg.org/qyfid174h/ms8233d_pic1.jpg

In the box was the meter in it's rubber guard, manual, battery (not in picture because it's in the meter) and the test leads. Both ends of the leads have appropriate re-useable caps too. The leads banana plugs fit nicely into the meter, seem to work fine, and can be stored in the back of the meter's rubber guard.

Inserting the supplied 9V PP3 battery just requires unscrewing one screw at the back and un-clipping the dual battery-cover & meter stand. The stand is adequately study and better than most others I've used. Another nice detail- the screw goes into a metal bolt rather than just plastic:

http://s23.postimg.org/705nyhayz/ms8233d_pic2.jpg

A better close up shot of the meter, without the rubber guard grip around it:

http://s23.postimg.org/8pjckag23/ms8233d_pic3.jpg

And now, the money shot, what's inside:

http://s23.postimg.org/3jmfxumdn/ms8233d_pic4.jpg

The soldering etc seems neat. And there's the obligatory poly fuses (self resetting) too. And yes, it's not BSing, it does have real regular fuses and they do NOT seem to be the more usual glass fuses (which WON'T necessarily contain a nasty and therefore aren't advised) but instead seem to be ceramics like mains fuses (which, within reason, potentially can!) On posh meters, that you'd use for high energy circuits, you'd expect to be protected by HRC (high rupturing capacity) fuses, but just one of those fuses would cost more than this whole meter! So, for a budget meter, one that's not designed to be used in such scenarios (you're an idiot if you go connecting non pro meters to high energy circuits and Darwin WILL get you one day) ceramic fuses are a really nice compromise!

All in all, so far, I'm bowled over, delivered for £10! 8)

Regards
Julie
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EDIT: I've now tested all the functions. Works a treat! Current measurements are a little less accurate the DC voltage, only by three or four counts though. I've no way to check the calibration of AC voltage or current measurements, but they seemed to work nicely over a range of frequences. With regards to the continuity buzzer, there's no delay in starting and there is a hysteresis on the trigger points (i.e. it takes a higher resistance ~32ohm to stop buzzing than it does to start ~25ohm) which makes it more effective and acts as a beep-expander and makes the sound more useful and less noisey. The MAX function works nicely but doesn't for all types of measurements. The frequency counting works pretty well but is only for around 20Hz to 20KHz (audio frequencies) and is locked to a single KHz range, so 250Hz is displayed as 0.25KHz and therefore you can't accurately measure low frequencies with it. Enjoy!

Edited By: jewelie on Apr 17, 2016 17:02: More tests
Mecoconuts
jewelie
Fair enough, although not UK though - Prime means here tomorrow and no hassle with returns.

I think you'll find the Amazon you posted actually ships from Hong Kong if you look at the seller details.


Go home mecoconuts you're drunk
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All gone.
northwales
Mecoconuts
Most recent review of this ...LOLRubbish product don't waste your time.
ByBlue moonon 15 March 2016
Colour: HYELEC MS8233D|Verified Purchase
I bought this for an emergency work and i am very disappointed with this item. It has no accuracy. Seems like it has its own mind. Display turns off randomly. Probs are smaller and low quality than my old 1000V 10A.
The item looks cheap. I made a mistake by trusting on reviews. And now i noticed many of reviews are fake and not verified. It was waste of time and money. Avoid!!
are you that sad, first you find same item, but with 4 week delivery from China, then try to claim the same with the Amazon one and now you try to discredit the item.
pathetic

The sad thing is, if it turns out to be a handy budget meter for the price, that person's posts will more than likely have put people off from getting the deal. :( The only reason I posted it here is because I genuinely believe it probably will be a good deal with minimum risk if it's crap, to share the love, lol. If it *is* crap, Amazon will come collect it and refund in full.

Oh well..... I'll get my voltage reference source out when it arrives and post my findings here with pictures (whether good or bad) and, as I say, eat humble pie if it wasn't worth a tenner!



Edited By: jewelie on Apr 16, 2016 18:01
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Etekcity Lasergrip 774 Non-contact Digital Infrared Thermometer £12.99 - Sold by Etekcity Corporation and Fulfilled by Amazon (Lightning Deal)

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Instant reading in Celsius or Fahrenheit (Range: -50°C to +380°C / -58°F~716°F) Built-in laser for precisely aiming; one 9-volt battery (Included) Distance Spot Ratio: 12:1; Emissivity: 0.95(fixed);… Read More
Instant reading in Celsius or Fahrenheit (Range: -50°C to +380°C / -58°F~716°F) Built-in laser for precisely aiming; one 9-volt battery (Included) Distance Spot Ratio: 12:1; Emissivity: 0.95(fixed);…
Bubuka83 Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago8 Comments
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I paid about £7 for one from Amazon not that long ago. "dodocool" brand.
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identical to ones on eBay for about £6.
Glad you pointed that out nearly ordered this one, instead went to ebay £5.29 done.
Any links please
Item 252250446694
I don't need one but looks like there would be lots of fun to be had with one. Although after buying the zombie hotdog costume on here a couple of weeks ago I am trying hard not to waste money on daft things!
awoodhall2003
arch68
identical to ones on eBay for about £6.
Glad you pointed that out nearly ordered this one, instead went to ebay £5.29 done.
Any links please
Very useful - I use one in the garage to check brake discs/ wheel temperatures, after a run to see if any of the calipers are binding - wife uses one in the house to check the temperature of her many tropical fish tanks - saves a lot of hassle doing both jobs