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Panasonic bluetooth speaker SC-NE1 Viking Direct £26.28 delivered

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Looking for a new BT Speaker since the wife put my last one through the dishwasher.... don't ask! Any how this popped up usually about £80 Gets some very good reviews. free delivery if you spend £40.
oohflamey Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago7 Comments
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That is a great speaker. I wish I had grabbed one at that ridiculous price!
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Lol@ your wife. Classic.
not actually in stock, they're on back order
worth a go though, and don't forget Quidco
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Disappeared before I could reach check out :(

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Two tickets to Ripley's Believe It or Not! £17.22 @ KGB deals

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Use code 'clearance25' to get reduced price. Must redeem voucher online by 31th July but can visits till 31th Dec 2014 Quidco: 8%
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Does anyone know if the tickets needs to be booked for a certain day in advance?

yes advanced booking is required
Does anyone know if the tickets needs to be booked for a certain day in advance?
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I'm not familiar with this - is this like a museum for strange and weird things?
correct!
I'm not familiar with this - is this like a museum for strange and weird things?
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25% off all Local Deals using coupon code @ KGB Deals

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20% off all Local Deals *Today Only* using coupon code @ KGB Deals

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Extra 10% Off Local Deals using coupon code @ KGB Deals

Instructions:Extra 10% Off Local Deals. Code is golocal10, all in lowercase. Not sure if its just Glasgow or not, worth a try though :) No end date on the email i received.  
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tracybunny Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago2 Comments
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Promo code says "new" but when entered told its invalid. Is it a waste of time looking for these codes, I did select do not show expired codes so why is it invalid. Can't be bothered to purchase now as it seems like I'm being fooled into expecting something that's not actually available.
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Didn't work in London for me :(
oh well!
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Buy an Acre of Moon Land for £10.00 @ KGB Deals moonestates.com

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I know its kinda stupid but its a fun gift to give to family and friends. Mars and Venus Land also available
alextronaut Avatar2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago27 Comments
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Why don't u just put £10 down the toilet and flush it away same thing
gldrowranger
Wait? Who owns the moon, mars and venus lands? Be careful, aliens might sue you


I wouldnt go for this, I know a friend who did and he was living next door to spacers :P
jimbo76
mailed them this

hi would like to know if you guys actually have proof that you own the moon land your selling? please tell me please cause as far as i know...the moon is not owned by anyone.so how can legally sell one acre of land on a planet you don't own.please send explanation please.

regards
jimbo76

i hope they answer this lol

These treaties do not refer to "ownership" as such, they more commonly refer to the "exploitation of the Moon and other celestial bodies for profit purposes", and extraterrestrial property sales distinctly fall under that section. The treaties are, The Outer Space Treaty of 1967 and the Moon Treaty of 1984.

The Outer Space Treaty of 1967 explicitly forbids any government from claiming a celestial resource such as the Moon or a planet.

What does this mean? Well it means that governments can not appropriate the Moon or other celestial bodies. Effectively, governments have signed to the fact that they have no rights to these bodies at all. What is actually important here is what the Outer Space Treaty does not say. It explicitly does not say whether commercial enterprises or private individuals can claim, exploit or appropriate the celestial bodies for profit. (Note that the Lunar Embassy is not a government body.)

The United Nations and all countries that signed the Outer Space Treaty became aware of this vital omission almost immediately after the treaty was ratified in 1967. In fact, the United Nations have expended a large amount of time trying to ratify an amendment to the treaty ever since, that would explicitly include corporations and individuals. All attempts at ratifying such an amendment failed because member states did not agree with it. So, in the end, all the ratification attempts were summarized into the famous Moon Treaty some 15 years later. This information is a well documented fact today.

2. What is the Moon Treaty and why is it not law?

The Moon Treaty, had it been ratified, would have forbidden the exploitation of Space, the Moon and other celestial bodies for profit motives. According to the Moon treaty, individuals may not claim the Moon and other celestial bodies.

But, of all the 185 or so member states of the UN only six states supported it. All others, including all space faring nations (USA, UK, Russia, China etc) refused to sign it. This is something that does not seem to be well known. The USA explicitly refused to sign it as it would inhibit the exploitation of Lunar and other celestial resources for profit by corporations and individuals.

We feel that the non ratification of the Moon Treaty is a good thing. If it had been ratified and oil was found on the Moon; any company would by law be prohibited from mining it. Surely, that is not in the public's interest. (and if you find it on your property... well congratulations...you could be very rich!)

Here is what an historical website has to say about it:

"The Agreement Governing the Activities of States on the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies is the infamous "Moon Treaty". It was killed by a handful of L5 Society activists who were the first to see that it would outlaw property rights in the rest of the universe and indefinitely bog down space settlement in a "common heritage of all mankind" morass. When as a result of the L5 Society efforts the US congress failed to ratify the treaty, the USSR also breathed a sigh of relief. They likewise did not ratify. The soviets were so surprised at the impact of this relatively unknown organisation that they sent very obvious KGB members to chapter meetings in New York City to find out who they were. The Soviet Embassy in Washington DC subscribed to the L5 News for years afterwards."

The USA at the time said that they would prefer to see "How public opinion develops". Well it has. Many people on planet Earth, from all walks of life love owning a property on the Moon or a property on another celestial body such as Mars.

Many people also like to name stars, and this falls into the same category. However, there is only one body that has the authority to name stars/craters/stellar objects etc. and this is the IAU (The International Astronomical Union), and the many companies that claim they will name a star for you do name it, but this name is not officially recognized. So yes, in regard to naming stellar objects, the planet is pretty organised, however with regard to extraterrestrial property rights, it is a different matter.

3. What laws actually exist on the Moon, Mars or any other planets?

On the Moon itself or on any other planets apart from Earth, apart from the laws of the HEAD CHEESE, currently no law exists.

If we settle on the Moon and Mars for example, such laws must be established to ensure people's rights. Again, that can not be done unless ownership rights are addressed and settled. That is where all our customers and the Lunar Embassy have made a start at forming public opinion.

Others have suggested that it would be a good idea, when extraterrestrial claim laws are established, that they should be linked to the proximity of the individual to the property in question. That means if you have the money to go there, you can have it. The Lunar Embassy think this is not a good idea, because it would give precedence to corporations and financially capable organisations to file and receive an extraterrestrial property, because they can afford to go there. The normal member of the public would therefore loose out on any claims if such a suggestion were followed, because it is much more difficult for us mortals, physically and financially, to reach the Moon or the other eight planets.

It has therefore become an objective of the Lunar Embassy, if and when such laws are established, to help to protect the right of the general public to be allowed to claim and use these extraterrestrial resources, regardless of whether you are in proximity of the property or not.

4. Can I charge NASA if they land on my property?

No you can't. No celestial body is owned by NASA and they have never claimed them.

Further, the Outer Space Treaty of 1967, which is law, clearly states that the Moon and the other celestial bodies are the heritage of all mankind for the purposes of exploration. So NASA can do what they like and where they like, as long as they are exploring. But if someone wants to build a house or drill for minerals or water on your property, that is quite a different issue altogether.

The Lunar Embassy and MoonEstates.com has never and will never sell a past or planned NASA landing site on any celestial body.

5. What guarantee do I have that you won't sell the same property twice?

This is a question that the Lunar Embassy, from whom we have purchased the land, are often asked. No property is sold twice. The land has been carefully mapped out and a database is held of all property registrations.

6. What if someone else tries to sell me land on the Moon?

Should anyone else claim to be selling Celestial Property in the United Kingdom, they are doing so in an unlawful manner and MoonEstates.com Ltd would like to be informed of such so that legal action can be taken.

7. So what about the future?

What guarantees are there? Will new laws be established? Well, so far, we are not aware of anyone trying to make them, nor are we aware of anyone who has the jurisdiction to make them.

What the future brings, we do not know...In short, there are no guarantees (except our 30 day money back guarantee of course). No one can see into the future.

8. And the most important point?

In all of that, let's not miss the most important point of all....and it specifically applies to the Moon: What is the Moon to us?

The Moon is a symbol of hope, romance, achievement and change, all rolled into one. There is nothing more symbolic and romantic on Earth one can give to a loved one. It is not a fad we can toy with, it is not something that will ever lose its appeal. When you buy your property on the Moon or any other planet, please enjoy it, because that is what this really is all about. You can look into the night sky and say 'I own a piece of that!'


man i am gonna start a rip off business like this its amazing..i can say..ok buy your very own alien,or buy your own galaxy..sun...moon and whatever else...just so i can turn a profit.and better still i am legally ripping you off.
scummy b'tards
mailed them this

hi would like to know if you guys actually have proof that you own the moon land your selling? please tell me please cause as far as i know...the moon is not owned by anyone.so how can legally sell one acre of land on a planet you don't own.please send explanation please.

regards
jimbo76

i hope they answer this lol
Don't fancy spending £50 for UrAnus. ;-)
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Six-piece Swiss Line ceramic knife set (Seleccion de Producto) £12.00 with 4.99 P&P = £16.99 @ KGBDeals

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Who & where Seleccion de Producto mechant link Need to know One six-piece Swiss Line ceramic knife set from Seleccion de Producto Includes a chef's knife, bread knife, carving knife, vegetab…
alansnowden Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago2 Comments
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These knifes are rubbish
My advise is Please don't waste ur money.
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Deal was also on group on. Available cheaper on line. And poor quality! Stick to victorianox knives. Far better. Although about £30+ per knife. Will last a lifetime
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Silence of the Lambs -DVD £1.00 @Poundland

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Very Good Price For This Movie.
SuperbJames Avatar2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago4 Comments
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It was pish the first time round nearly 20 years ago!! It's not going to be any better watching it in 2013!!! No wonder the DVD was shipped out to blinkin Poundland!! oO
Thanks, I'll watch it with some fava beans and a nice chianti.
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Hmmm.. Maybe worth watching movie again for 10p. Worth considering.
after you have watched it cex will give you a 90p voucher for it.
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Spend £15 and get £5 of KgbKash to use on your next purchase using coupon code @ KGB Deals

Instructions:Purchase any kgbdeal within the next 14 days, and use promo code MISSYOU613 when you check out. You'll find £5 added to your account for a future purchase*. *Cannot be combined with other promotions. Minimum purchase £15 plus entry of code MISSYOU613 required to receive credit. All kgbkash awar
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Hi-Top Base Ball Boot in black or white all sizes - FREE + £4.98p+p @ Universal Textiles

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Saw these on a KGB email and thought it was a bargain at £6 + p+p, but thought i would try the code again to see if i could get my brother a pair and it worked. Looks like you can go direct to th…
crazyniz Avatar3y, 5m agoFound 3 years, 5 months ago11 Comments
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Received mine £4.99 is about all they are worth :(
crazyniz
did you use the code ? i just tried again and it works for me !

try again mate

haha i'm an idiot, just ordered, thanks :)
you enter the code on the last checkout page after the card details.
Cant get it to work, just keeps going to my card payment page!
did you use the code ? i just tried again and it works for me !

try again mate
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96 Condoms £34.99 + 5.99 postage - total price £40.98 @ KGB Deals - merchtopia.com

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96 Durex Condoms - £34.99 Plus 5% back from QUIDCO for KGBDEALS Multiple vouchers may be purchased Your kgbdeals voucher code is located on your voucher, along with simple instructions on how to…
MGL1992 Avatar3y, 6m agoFound 3 years, 6 months ago7 Comments
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBVTjEjyifQ

Condoms required at this ice cream shop!
As per previous posts, insanely expensive. NHS / Freedoms shop prices put 100 well under £10.
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EXPIRED - SmartPad.708 7" Android 4.0 Tablet £56+£10 Del = £66.00 via KGB Deals

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A 7" Android 4.0 Tab. Front & Back Camera's, 8GB SD Card, Charger, Earphones, Case & Stylus. The bits I dont understand : CPU CODEX A8 1.2GHz LCD Display 7" TFT (800*480) Touch Panel 5 point Ca…
pffffft Avatar3y, 6m agoFound 3 years, 6 months ago5 Comments
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Likely have poor screen at that resolution

And a poor battery life if using it as an Ereader.Better to buy an Ereader if that what are going to want to use it for.
Likely have poor screen at that resolution
Wasnt thinking of the kids, was thinking of a cheap ereader for me when travelling. I just dont understand the cold votes :(

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This will go cold , but looks ok for the kids to throw around.
Is this not a good deal? I was thinking of getting one as it looked ok but now its getting chilly in here I am starting to wonder...
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Kgbdeals UK Buy any deals today and get £5 kgbkash for next purchase using voucher code

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3 Nights in Paris inc Eurostar & Breakfast for £159 pp (£318.00 for Couple) @ KGB Deals (aagetaways.co.uk)

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£159pp (£318 per couple) for a three-night Paris break and Eurostar™ return, staying at the 3* Le Dauphin with breakfast included. Travel on any Saturday in September through to November. KGB De…
pffffft Avatar4y, 2m agoFound 4 years, 2 months ago5 Comments
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Excellent comeback - I laughed out loud in the office (whoops!). Heat just for that...
Damn good comeback ^
Will be going Paris with your wife!

Thanks. That means I now have space in my room to take your Mother :p

Price amended.
Cheers!

Will be going Paris with your wife!
You should amend the price as two people need to go, so its actually £318. Also a small supplement unless you go in November
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KGB Deals - £18 for £60 Red Hot Sunglasses voucher (+£4 p&p from Red Hot) £22.00

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1 per customer, although you can buy multiple as gifts... Save up to 70% on a £60 voucher to spend on designer sunglasses Both men's and women's frames available Choose from an array of brand…
madcap Avatar4y, 2m agoFound 4 years, 2 months ago4 Comments
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MoreForMePound
eh? you have to buy a discount voucher? thats a new one !!

It's a gift card type voucher, not a discount
I have to take my hat off to KGB Deals. I was initially of the opinion that Groupon were one of the worst companies I'd dealt with.

Fair play to KGB for being even worse.

Avoid like the plague.
eh? you have to buy a discount voucher? thats a new one !!
Very expensive shop though.....nothing much under £100 (and most of that out of stock) so you'll still be looking at paying another £50+ for a pair of sunglasses......

Not voting either way as many KGB/Groupon style deals are not always as good value as they first appear
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kgb deals pontins break for 4 from £59.00 self catering

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£59 for a three-night coastal Pontins break for up to four people worth up to £228 - save up to 74% on self-catering accommodation. Stay in a Popular one-bedroom apartment. Choose between Southport, P…
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Polar1
Snobbery or what!! Great deal.

Unless you have experienced a break in one of them then don't comment. I'd rather camp in a muddy field than stay in one of these. At least i'd know my tent and bedding was clean.
queenlush, i think you are being a bit harsh on Polar1. Personally, I have stayed in pontins and this year too, and as i said my experience was lovely and clean . If you are that scared about your bedding then take your own , we had no such issues.

Sorry i didn't mean to come across as harsh, but then again i'm not a snob either, but i have my limits!! You were lucky you had a good experience. Going off what i saw it wasn't just the bedding and bed that was filthy. the bathroom looked like it had been used all night by a stag party, The kitchen was the same, i don't expect to walk in a holiday apartment and get my rubber gloves on! I have three children so i should imagine three lots of kids bedding and 1 set of adult bedding would take up a lot of room depending on your car, some people travel by train to get there so it wouldn't be practical. I can only go off my experience and if i hadn't been i wouldn't feel qualified to comment or say it was snobbery.
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Polar1
Snobbery or what!! Great deal.

Unless you have experienced a break in one of them then don't comment. I'd rather camp in a muddy field than stay in one of these. At least i'd know my tent and bedding was clean.
queenlush, i think you are being a bit harsh on Polar1. Personally, I have stayed in pontins and this year too, and as i said my experience was lovely and clean . If you are that scared about your bedding then take your own , we had no such issues.
queenlush
Polar1
Snobbery or what!! Great deal.

Unless you have experienced a break in one of them then don't comment. I'd rather camp in a muddy field than stay in one of these. At least i'd know my tent and bedding was clean.

Id rather stay at home :p
Polar1
Snobbery or what!! Great deal.

Unless you have experienced a break in one of them then don't comment. I'd rather camp in a muddy field than stay in one of these. At least i'd know my tent and bedding was clean.
Its quite fitting that its a KGB deal actually as they do resemble Stalag Camps. (_;)
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4 Cinema tickets for use at AMC Cinemas (Manchester) for £8.00 Delivered at KGB Deals

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4 x tickets = £8.00 2 x tickets = £5.00 1 x ticket = £3.00 10.1% TCB as well brings this £7.20 for 2 trips to the cinema for a couple which can't be bad at all.
Spark Avatar4y, 3m agoFound 4 years, 3 months ago8 Comments
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Also is it a case of entering your code on a site and they post the tickets out to you which you can the use whenever you want without having to book?


Yes, actually I don't think that you're allowed to advance reserve with them.
Where does it state you can buy 4 and go on 2 different occasions?

Also is it a case of entering your code on a site and they post the tickets out to you which you can the use whenever you want without having to book?

Thanks
I'll be using two of these tickets for us to see batman after dragging her to Prometheus last week so who knows what kind of ungodly crap I will have to sit through when it's her choice of what we see with the remaining two tickets. If it in any way includes Katherine Heigl then I'm exercising veto.
Bargain, thankyou ... maybe i'll be able to drag him to see snow white now! lol
Yeah its just four separate tickets I think. You just have to use them all up by the end of September.
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Free KGB cash 10 pounds on orders over £15 using voucher code

Instructions:- Expires 21st May 2012. Free £10 KgbKash On Orders Over £15 at kgbdeals.co.uk (UK Only. Max 1 use. £10 KGB Kash available to spend until 21st June.) Redeeming your Voucher To claim this offer all you need to do is reveal the voucher code using the green button above, add the code into the
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Dragon Avatar4y, 4m agoFound 4 years, 4 months ago / expired 21 May 1221 May 201210 Comments
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Thanks! Great find! :D
I made a £30 purchase added code at checkout, code accepted, paid and got this on payment page


We have added £10 kgbkash to your account. This £10 kgbkash will be available for use until 21st June, 2012. kgbkash is subject to further terms and conditions as set forth in our Terms of Service.


So didn't get instant discount but can be used on next order :( not on an order you make using code.
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DarrylJohn
OK if you want memory sticks, two 32gb for 24.99... then you could buy an individual or double again for 14.99/24.99 with a tenner off... effectively making the 32gb usb sticks 10 each.
there are a delivery charge of 3.50 so if you buy 2 times, you will need to pay 7 for them, which is not quite worth

spaced between 4, it's still only about 12 each. Dont think i've seen cheaper
DarrylJohn
OK if you want memory sticks, two 32gb for 24.99... then you could buy an individual or double again for 14.99/24.99 with a tenner off... effectively making the 32gb usb sticks 10 each.
there are a delivery charge of 3.50 so if you buy 2 times, you will need to pay 7 for them, which is not quite worth
OK if you want memory sticks, two 32gb for 24.99... then you could buy an individual or double again for 14.99/24.99 with a tenner off... effectively making the 32gb usb sticks 10 each.

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32GB LaCie iamaKey £44.98 @ KGB Deals

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Ignore the inflated RRP of this but its not a bad deal for a 32gb unique usb drive £39.99 and £49.. delivery Your thoughts?? •Save 64% on a 32GB LaCie iamaKey •Transport all of your
ACIDFORUMS Avatar4y, 11m agoFound 4 years, 11 months ago16 Comments
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paid 18 quid for a super speedy duracell 32gb drive....it aint shaped like a key..ut then again it wont take forever to transfer files to LOL
Voted cold just to annoy OP :p

Edited By: Daz365 on Oct 26, 2011 12:09
Actually besides read and write speeds, there is another thing to consider regarding flash drives which you might not have considered if you've been lucky enough to avoid the cruddy examples; the design of the connector.

I have owned one of these and used it as my main drive and actually, after a few months use my connector became unreliable, almost like a loose connection. So it would drop out unless i basically held it at the right angle, which became an absolute pain. Unsuprisingly, this bad connection kicked in a few times in the middle of data transfer, causing corruption and data loss. Sure, it works again after a format (as long as i continue to prop it up or hold it in place) but theres just no point storing data on something this flakey.

For a premium product which specifically raves about its design (albeit aesthetically not functionally i suppose) this is actually the worst flash drive i've owned. You would do much better to just get little sandisk cruzer etc.
It's a cute little item but that plastic cap would surely fall off and get lost almost immediately, especially banging around with other keys.

I personally think that the "cold because this similar type of item is cheaper" discussions are helpful. Personally though I didnt vote cold on price but rather on the OPs attitude...
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Voted cold cause OP is a tool calling everyone idiots


This.
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Constantino Crystal Gas lift bar stools - £74.98 for two (KGB deal)

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KGB deal. £139.99 each on thr Constantino site, so a decent saving if you can beleive the original price. Look good in acrylic and chrome. Price includes delivery and avaialbe in black or green.
Lefty Avatar4y, 11m agoFound 4 years, 11 months ago6 Comments
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Poor mans Groupon is KGB
http://www.barstools.co.uk/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/5e06319eda06f020e43594a9c230972d/f/i/file_11_2.jpg
Isn't this the new Windows 8 logo?
i dont need them but wow so cool
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http://www.barstools.co.uk/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/5e06319eda06f020e43594a9c230972d/f/i/file_11_2.jpgNot to everyones taste it seems :), good price I thought for a well made designer stool. Sure IKEA probably do one for £4.99.



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T-mobile PAYG Sim inc £20 Credit - £10.00 Delivered (£20 = 6 Months Internet on T-mobile PAYG) @ KGB Deals

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For only £10, you can get a T-mobile sim with £20 of pre-loaded credit. You can use the credit for anything (calls, text etc) but you could also use it to get 6 Months of "unlimited" (fair use
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Yay, checked my balance this morning and the £20 credit has now been applied. Went for the talk plan and will get 100 free minutes next month. Plus an extra 25 minutes for being a 'new' customer. Happy days
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I just got mine today and it has £0 credit. Do we have to do anything to get the credit?


Same here...


me three! Hope the credit gets added after 48 hours. Called T-Mobile about the zero credit they referred me back to KGB Deals as the voucher ran out on the 15/10/2011, doh
HI

I ordered last week and it takes 48 hours to get the credit on. I called their C/S and got them to add the free interent , All is working OK on my Ipad2, Only problem is i have unlimited TXT but the Ipad2 cant send TXT sahme now looking for a third party
meowmix
I just got mine today and it has £0 credit. Do we have to do anything to get the credit?

Same here...
I just got mine today and it has £0 credit. Do we have to do anything to get the credit?
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£129.00 for a three-night break for two people at the Invercauld Arms hotel worth £321 - save 60% on bed and breakfast in the Grampian Mountains

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Bargain! Great reviews. 3 night b&b for 2 - works out around £22pppn. •Save 60% on a three night break for two at the Invercauld Arms hotel •Includes bed & breakfast, plus a discount on the 3…
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Sounds good. Just a little too far for me for 3 nights. :p
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£99.00 for a two-night stay for two at Otterburn Hall Country House Hotel, worth up to £288 – includes a delicious breakfast on both days - save up to 66% (North East)

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Great little offer here - really nice place to stay in the North East. "25pppn b&b. For just £99 you can enjoy a two-night break at the four-star Otterburn Hall Country House Hotel in idyllic Nor…
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Custom Oakley Fives Squared from £51.00 (after KGB voucher) + Quidco + FREE T-shirt @ Sunglasses Shop

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Part credit has to go to 'charltonfan1' for his Oakleys post yesterday and his KGB voucher find. The end cost could be as little as £37.50! This isn't a mis-price but stick with me on this one as I ta…
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customs arrived, t-shirt is pretty rubbish, its not a normal Oakley branded t-shirt just a cheap one made for Oakley. Quidco tracked at 2.5% and they said its because i used the KGB voucher. Nice shades though.
my non custom fives (present) turned up today, speedy service and a great price, Hot deal. Can't wait for my customs to turn up now :)
If you type in the code GDWEBSITE, you're supposed to get 15% discount (but only 10% at checkout), or sign up for the newsletter and you'll get sent a 10% code, so if you don;t fancy paying for a voucher code and delivery (should be free), just use these codes.
@rwilla

It's because by buying the KGB voucher you agreed to pay £4 delivery so it effectively deducts £41 and therefore you save £26 after shelling out £15
But why is it not deducting £45 when they do free postage?

Is something wrong with my math? When I purchase something at £68 and I deduct £45 that comes to £23. Its telling me that it comes to £27. Anyone know why? Its supposedly free delivery........

Like this.....

Photo Item Price Quantity
Carrera
Gipsy Black-HMF
Colour: Black £68.00 1
TOTAL £68.00 1
Minus Voucher Discount £27.00 1


silver_surfer
DaveBC
Mine now works however it is deducting £27 instead of £41?


in2oblivion
I thought the same but £27 is the amount you pay after it deducted £41 off the total. I'm guessing you went for the £68 non-customs like I did.


DaveBC, the price quoted on the bottom line at the checkout is the amount you have left to pay, not the amount that has been deducted. That confused me at the time.



Edited By: rwillia2 on Aug 01, 2011 22:19
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Hi, Just to confirm. All stock is genuine and purchased directly from Oakley. We have clearance directly from Oakley to sell this stock through KGB Deals.

Regards, Marco Bonini - Brand Arena Ltd
Seems like an eBay store. 100% feedback on almost a thousand sales and have an address listed fr returns. Also looks like they have offered through groupon before. On the downside, their contact number is a mobile. Seem genuine but I suppose only Oakley will confirm if they are authorised sellers.

Having said that, some of their prices on eBay would suggest £39 is their normal retail price
There r so many sites out there giving grand discounts on major brands but only question, R THEY GENUINE?????
Are these genuine?
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Seems good value.
That's so cheap. Are kgb ok to use?
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I think this may b a con.

If u read the page and the def of a voucher it seems u get a time limited voucher that u take to a shop to get ur product.

[email protected] a throw away email address for a company always a bad sign.

They try and get ur personal details b4 u even get to a site page very iffy.

I would avoid

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happyblob
I live about 5 minutes walk from this hotel. It is quite nice, not exceptional (its generally a kind of weddings/conference venue type place) but beats hands down any kind of generic budget travel-inn/lodge etc. if nothing else, just because it has a bit of character. Be prepared to bring your car though, location-wise you wont find too much to walk to (besides a couple of nice pubs in Willian). Cambridge is about 45 mins drive away, london approx 1 hour, and the hotel is only 5 minutes drive from the A1. Letchworth is pretty much only notable (IMHO) because its home to the UKs first roundabout (just incase thats what you're looking for in a destination)


From there aswell happyblob, i remember when Clarkson done a feature about that Roundabout.

Edited By: GQ Man on Jul 14, 2011 12:21
I live about 5 minutes walk from this hotel. It is quite nice, not exceptional (its generally a kind of weddings/conference venue type place) but beats hands down any kind of generic budget travel-inn/lodge etc. if nothing else, just because it has a bit of character. Be prepared to bring your car though, location-wise you wont find too much to walk to (besides a couple of nice pubs in Willian). Cambridge is about 45 mins drive away, london approx 1 hour, and the hotel is only 5 minutes drive from the A1. Letchworth is pretty much only notable (IMHO) because its home to the UKs first roundabout (just incase thats what you're looking for in a destination)
Excellent reviews for this hotel on Tripadvisor. Looks like a good deal!
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is there much availability?
Easy to book?
Plus (sorry for all the questions), is there much to do in the area?
Tempted !!
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I'm so out of touch with the youth of today :(
SugarRay
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amibees


Motel, Holiday Inn

What you on about?
This looks a nice seaside hotel with decent restaurant.


Master Gee, am I mellow?
It's on you, so what you gonna do
It's a song gonzo!
BigBadDad
amibees


Motel, Holiday Inn

What you on about?
This looks a nice seaside hotel with decent restaurant.
Great deal thanks OP :D
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If only they do A0
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It's now £19.99, still good value, sold a few


i cant seem to find any xxxl for £17.99, that offer must of ended
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how big is this xxxl canvas? :P Could you post a pic please? :)
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Good place for an affair ;)
Ideal if you wish to be close to an Asda store. Not much else though!
Not even in Cardiff its 10 - 15 mins drive out of town !!!!
Don't forget 15% from TCB on KGB deals
You can stay at mine for £98
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