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Kodak Photo Glossy A4 180 GSM Paper - 50 Sheet Pack £4.25 Prime / £9 Non Prime @ Amazon £6.24

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Might be of interest to any Prime members or anyone looking at making a purchase totalling £20 or more from Amazon. I was looking for some A4 glossy printer paper to use with my HP Envy 4524 printe… Read More
Might be of interest to any Prime members or anyone looking at making a purchase totalling £20 or more from Amazon. I was looking for some A4 glossy printer paper to use with my HP Envy 4524 printe…
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I have found these to be just ok but that might be because I then compared then to the Ultra paper.
The same applies to the Epson range when comparing their premium to their Ultra paper.
White might be white but it does seem that the Ultra take that to another level, in terms of the differences when looking at them. Maybe there are other differences as well but when using the Ultra paper and then printing the same photo on the other, the photo looks far more saturated, colourful and vivid, with the std one looking quite washed out by comparison.
I don't print many A4 photos but when I do I now go for the Ultra range of paper. When I can find them the Epson range of Ultra paper seem to be good.
Can I ask, what printer are you using?
I have a Canon PIXMA MG6250 and also a Epson XP-325. I have used a Epson XP-760 and was very impressed with it.
In fact I have just ordered one today posted in another deal and the Canon printer will go to my Son.
Forgot to mention heat added as it is still a good price, but like noted I prefer the Ultra range of papers.
Thanks, I see the Canon and the Epson XP-760 are around the c£100 mark so you may be getting better results because your using better printers than me? As for HP Envy it only cost £35 so my expectations weren't very high, I also got a free £15 Amazon voucher from Swagbucks via MoneySavingExpert. That, and with the 5 months Instant Ink it was a bargain. It just so happened that my last printer suddenly decided that it didn't want to be a printer anymore so the HP came along just at the right time. I was only using it for documents but I was surprised with the quality of the photos it printed.
I've had a poor experience when it comes to photo printing with my last three printers and because of that had decided to use on-line printing services but I didn't get great results every time from them either.
I'm no expert but I may have reached the limitations of the HP Envy and may not see much improvement moving up to the Ultra level but I'll keep my eye on them and if I see them on offer I'll pick some up to try, maybe when I'm printing A4 photos I'll notice the difference more, anyway, thanks for heads up.

What I posted also applies to my £25 Epson XP-325 printer when using Epson's incredible ULTRA photo paper, even compared to their Premium type. The difference really has been most noticeable and makes a worthy difference.

The Canon printer has been a damn good one for photos, as well as printing onto DVD and CD's. That did cost quite a bit as I bought it when first released. It was my first introduction to the possibility of wireless printing, even though it does have an Ethernet port as well as the std USB connection.

As a very broad generalisation I would favour....

1. Epson
2. Canon
3. Go back to 1

I have had HP in the past and consider them quite a poor choice these days over that of an Epson printer.

The Epson XP-760 that I have just bought today has cost £99 but then I get £30 money back from Epson. So for that very capable printer it costs just under £70.

Screen calibration as well as ensuring that you compensate on what you see with a printed test photo by using the advanced printer settings to boost colours etc can help a great deal. A big frustration can be what you see on the screen is not what you see from the printer.

The Canon noted....

http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/printers/51110/canon-pixma-mg6250-review

.... is indeed excellent and yet I find that I can get VERY acceptable photos from using the £25 noted Epson printer, with a few adjustments by software before printing.

If you ever consider changing your printer I would suggest placing Epson and then Canon towards the top of your choices but also consider most strongly the ability to buy cheap inks...!
VimesUK
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VimesUK
I have found these to be just ok but that might be because I then compared then to the Ultra paper.
The same applies to the Epson range when comparing their premium to their Ultra paper.
White might be white but it does seem that the Ultra take that to another level, in terms of the differences when looking at them. Maybe there are other differences as well but when using the Ultra paper and then printing the same photo on the other, the photo looks far more saturated, colourful and vivid, with the std one looking quite washed out by comparison.
I don't print many A4 photos but when I do I now go for the Ultra range of paper. When I can find them the Epson range of Ultra paper seem to be good.
Can I ask, what printer are you using?
I have a Canon PIXMA MG6250 and also a Epson XP-325. I have used a Epson XP-760 and was very impressed with it.
In fact I have just ordered one today posted in another deal and the Canon printer will go to my Son.
Forgot to mention heat added as it is still a good price, but like noted I prefer the Ultra range of papers.

Thanks, I see the Canon and the Epson XP-760 are around the c£100 mark so you may be getting better results because your using better printers than me? As for HP Envy it only cost £35 so my expectations weren't very high, I also got a free £15 Amazon voucher from Swagbucks via MoneySavingExpert. That, and with the 5 months Instant Ink it was a bargain. It just so happened that my last printer suddenly decided that it didn't want to be a printer anymore so the HP came along just at the right time. I was only using it for documents but I was surprised with the quality of the photos it printed.

I've had a poor experience when it comes to photo printing with my last three printers and because of that had decided to use on-line printing services but I didn't get great results every time from them either.

I'm no expert but I may have reached the limitations of the HP Envy and may not see much improvement moving up to the Ultra level but I'll keep my eye on them and if I see them on offer I'll pick some up to try, maybe when I'm printing A4 photos I'll notice the difference more, anyway, thanks for heads up.
sabresonic
VimesUK
I have found these to be just ok but that might be because I then compared then to the Ultra paper.
The same applies to the Epson range when comparing their premium to their Ultra paper.
White might be white but it does seem that the Ultra take that to another level, in terms of the differences when looking at them. Maybe there are other differences as well but when using the Ultra paper and then printing the same photo on the other, the photo looks far more saturated, colourful and vivid, with the std one looking quite washed out by comparison.
I don't print many A4 photos but when I do I now go for the Ultra range of paper. When I can find them the Epson range of Ultra paper seem to be good.
Can I ask, what printer are you using?





I have a Canon PIXMA MG6250 and also a Epson XP-325. I have used a Epson XP-760 and was very impressed with it.

In fact I have just ordered one today posted in another deal and the Canon printer will go to my Son.



Forgot to mention heat added as it is still a good price, but like noted I prefer the Ultra range of papers.



Edited By: VimesUK on Feb 18, 2017 14:19
VimesUK
I have found these to be just ok but that might be because I then compared then to the Ultra paper.
The same applies to the Epson range when comparing their premium to their Ultra paper.
White might be white but it does seem that the Ultra take that to another level, in terms of the differences when looking at them. Maybe there are other differences as well but when using the Ultra paper and then printing the same photo on the other, the photo looks far more saturated, colourful and vivid, with the std one looking quite washed out by comparison.
I don't print many A4 photos but when I do I now go for the Ultra range of paper. When I can find them the Epson range of Ultra paper seem to be good.

Can I ask, what printer are you using?
I have found these to be just ok but that might be because I then compared then to the Ultra paper.
The same applies to the Epson range when comparing their premium to their Ultra paper.

White might be white but it does seem that the Ultra take that to another level, in terms of the differences when looking at them. Maybe there are other differences as well but when using the Ultra paper and then printing the same photo on the other, the photo looks far more saturated, colourful and vivid, with the std one looking quite washed out by comparison.

I don't print many A4 photos but when I do I now go for the Ultra range of paper. When I can find them the Epson range of Ultra paper seem to be good.

Edited By: VimesUK on Feb 18, 2017 11:24: added
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Kodak AA / AAA Twelve Batteries Pack ( Ten + two free ) - Poundland - £1.00

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Available both in-store and online. Everyday affordable Kodak zinc batteries. These batteries are excellent for devices such as Clocks, remote controls, torches and smoke alarms. 3 year guarantee.… Read More
Available both in-store and online. Everyday affordable Kodak zinc batteries. These batteries are excellent for devices such as Clocks, remote controls, torches and smoke alarms. 3 year guarantee.…
CoGShopper Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago13 Comments
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A terrible thing to use in remote controls, smoke alarms or anything that might be only occasionally used. Zinc batteries should really be outlawed!
They aren't that bad but with zinc chloride batteries they leak so aren't suitable for long term use as it will destroy the terminals if they do, much better in children's toys or something like that.
These are utter rubbish and aren't even worth the £1 price tag
runrabbit
avoid zinc batteries unless its really low power

These don't even last very long in clocks. Worst batteries I've ever bought.
avoid zinc batteries unless its really low power
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Half Price Kodak Led Flashlight with Code @ Cartridge People

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50% off Kodak LED Flashlight with voucher @ Cartridge Shop

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Spend £25 on Compatible Ink & Get Free 24 Pack of Kodak Xtralife Batteries with voucher @ Cartridge Shop

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Kodak 10B black ink cartridge - Argos - £3.49

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Looks a good price for the Kodak 10B black ink cartridge at Argos. At least £8 at most places. Read More
Looks a good price for the Kodak 10B black ink cartridge at Argos. At least £8 at most places.
zahangir Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago2 Comments
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Good price. But for those which use this particular ink (colour and black), I recommend the following:

http://www.wilko.com/printers-and-printer-ink/wilko-remanufactured-kodak-10-black+colour-multipack/invt/0319107

Plus it's only £9.50 for both colour and black and it works perfectly fine.
I feel really sad seeing the word Kodak -Hot anyway thanks
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Kodak Verite 55 Wireless 3 in 1 Inkjet Printer £34.99 delivered at Ryman

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Decent all in one printer for the money. Easy to set-up & comes with proper sized ink cartridges. Apparently quite cheap to run Read More
Decent all in one printer for the money. Easy to set-up & comes with proper sized ink cartridges. Apparently quite cheap to run
Cenobite Avatar1y, 2w agoFound 1 year, 2 weeks ago18 Comments
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stanleyspanner
what about Canon?
The one I have now that sounds like an industrial factory starting up is a MG 5550,cant recall no. of previous model .I,d read warnings on blogs about cannon being useless these days but I had a stock of cannon inks so tempted my pocket and I made the same mistake that I really regret now.too many faults to list but its going down the tip soon as inks used up!
I thought the Kodak brand had been purchased by Asda/Walmart, and were just labeling all sorts of cheap rubbish Chinese electronics, with the brand?
If I am correct I would recommend you avoid them!
Kodak stopped making printers a couple of years ago and sold the brand to Funai.
krisbutler1
I would say just be careful with Kodak printers- although they look good value for money, they do waste a considerable amount of ink between prints (charging the system, cleaning cycles, etc). We have had two Kodak printers previously (an ESP5 and ESP-7250) and both failed with print head issues. The 7250 had only done 700prints in 18 months, yet used 30 sets of cartridges, when check via diagnostics with Kodak support. The print head unit is £25 from Kodak (although you may be able to blag one free). Just be mindful of the hidden costs and don't get sucked into the whole Kodak "cheaper ink" spin...:)

I have had two Kodak printers and they were both (with hindsight) AWFUL. I fell for the cheap ink thing. The build quality is not good. The cost of a new print head is outrageous. Worse still, I bought one for my Dad and his was awful too. STEER CLEAR. A foul stain on the previously good name of Kodak. I have no idea how they can keep selling these. (Rant over - sorry!)
Not sure if it will work online but you can get student discount 10% off or 12.5% for nus extra/ucas
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Kodak Pix Pro FZ151 Digital Camera Black 16MP 15x Optical Zoom 3" LCD Screen Was £69 Now £59.00 FREE P&P @ tesco/ebay

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Nice bit of kit here from Kodak. Reduced from £69 to £59 and FREE P&P Product Information Product Description Capture the moment with the FZ151, Friendly Zoom digital camera, part of the Kod… Read More
Nice bit of kit here from Kodak. Reduced from £69 to £59 and FREE P&P Product Information Product Description Capture the moment with the FZ151, Friendly Zoom digital camera, part of the Kod…
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Kodak PixPro FZ151 16MP Digital Camera with 15x Zoom. (Refurbished) 12 Month Warranty. Tesco ebay Outlet. - £38.00

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Refurb by Tesco Outlet meaning free delivery and 12 month warranty. Good price for a reasonable point and shoot camera with good specification for under £40. Product Information Get all the featu… Read More
Refurb by Tesco Outlet meaning free delivery and 12 month warranty. Good price for a reasonable point and shoot camera with good specification for under £40. Product Information Get all the featu…
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Good Find, Heat Added!
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Kodak Verite 55 Wireless 3 in 1 Inkjet printer with XL cartridges £34.99 ryman

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Rymans are selling this Kodak 3 in 1 for £39.99 including next day delivery. Kodak printers are renowned for having cheap cartridges, also this comes with 1 XL black and 1 XL Tricolour included alo… Read More
Rymans are selling this Kodak 3 in 1 for £39.99 including next day delivery. Kodak printers are renowned for having cheap cartridges, also this comes with 1 XL black and 1 XL Tricolour included alo…
kevinbrook13 Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago9 Comments
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is this color?
i've just spent £45 on new head and cartridges on friends kodak esp3 inkjet printer to no avail.
do yourself a favour and buy a laser printer instead i've had a samsung for years which i use
once every 6 months and it is still on original cartridge and ink has not dried up and stopped the printer
working as on a inkjet.
Arrived yesterday, install took 10 minutes, all good so far
Much quieter and faster than the Canon SX515 this is replacing.
Some more info here
http://uk.kodakverite.com/

Looks like it's made under licence from Funai Electric Co. Ltd who previously made Lexmark printers

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Funai



Edited By: kevinbrook13 on Jun 07, 2016 16:33
Kodak printers WERE renowned. Kodak doesn't exist in the printer market anymore, (and when they did their customer service was AWFUL), I suspect this is somebody else's badged printer.
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Kodak Portable Charger 2600mAh £5.00 , 5200mAh - £10 and 10400mAh - £15 @ Wilko - free c&c

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Recharge your smartphone on-the-go with this range of Kodak Power Banks. Never be left without charge again. USB included 3 year guarantee Can be recharged up to 500 times instore and online… Read More
Recharge your smartphone on-the-go with this range of Kodak Power Banks. Never be left without charge again. USB included 3 year guarantee Can be recharged up to 500 times instore and online…
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10400 is 2.1A charging
The 5200mah is rated 1.0A charge and 1.0A discharge according to the data sheet
Do they output 2.1amps?
bro631
Cold these are the same cheap chinese ones u can buy from poundworld but kodak relabelled it


Any proof of that. Not seen too many 10400
Cold these are the same cheap chinese ones u can buy from poundworld but kodak relabelled it
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Kodak AZ365 Superzoom, Digital Bridge Camera, 16MP, 36x Optical Zoom, 3" LCD Screen £29.00, Tesco Direct

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There were some disappointed people out there when this excellent deal expired last night. Seems Tesco Direct, have come up with more stock... Amazing 36x optical, superzoom, pictbridge offer from Read More
There were some disappointed people out there when this excellent deal expired last night. Seems Tesco Direct, have come up with more stock... Amazing 36x optical, superzoom, pictbridge offer from
Toxic_Waste Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago12 Comments
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ARRRGH didn't see this one ,ordered the fz151....
My FZ151 arrived yesterday. For a £29 camera, you won't be disappointed.
Any chance you could upload some sample videos? There's hardly any videos for this camera on Youtube and very little information on it anywhere.:(
bodolf
ARRRGH didn't see this one ,ordered the fz151....

My FZ151 arrived yesterday. For a £29 camera, you won't be disappointed.
ARRRGH didn't see this one ,ordered the fz151....
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oos
just took mine out of the basket so try again it was showing in stock for me

There have been purchases made this morning, that's why I reposted the deal. Now it seems, when you get to the checkout, it's saying OOS. I've expired the deal and hope that Tesco Direct can sort it out :-(
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Kodak AZ365 Superzoom, Digital Bridge Camera, 16MP, 36x Optical Zoom, 3" LCD Screen £29.00, Tesco Direct

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Amazing 36x optical, superzoom, pictbridge offer from Tesco Direct Packed with features, reduced by £50 to an amazing £29.00!!! The AZ365 combines a 16-megapixel resolution with 36x optical zoom fo… Read More
Amazing 36x optical, superzoom, pictbridge offer from Tesco Direct Packed with features, reduced by £50 to an amazing £29.00!!! The AZ365 combines a 16-megapixel resolution with 36x optical zoom fo…
Toxic_Waste Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago101 Comments
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Anyone found a replacement cap for this? From ebay or anywhere that fits properly?
Fresh sample videos have emerged on Youtube!!!!

The worlds supply of Kodak AZ365 sample videos has literally doubled overnight!!

plane taxiing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CfFIcOyNuk

plane takeoff
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKpbZsLu3zk

Cargo plane
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxNi0ZP0zGY


ps. Did anybody recieve a Kodak az365 with a de-centred lens?
Some pics resized to 800 pixel moon was hand held
http://i1232.photobucket.com/albums/ff377/jay-pay/100_0009_zpsfmcrpacp.jpg
long exposure
http://i1232.photobucket.com/albums/ff377/jay-pay/100_0013_zps9tuiffue.jpg
flash
http://i1232.photobucket.com/albums/ff377/jay-pay/100_0022_zpsnl4qi8wf.jpg
crop of same
http://i1232.photobucket.com/albums/ff377/jay-pay/100_0022-001_zps5owjphn1.jpg
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frostyclock
Collected mine last Saturday but only opened tonight, absolutely fantastic for the money. Never had a proper camera before so great to learn with but far better than expected and zoom is amazing, no issues with lens cap. Phone cams are great and handy but you cant beat a dedicated camera. Well chuffed, need to find a case now... ebay here I come.
Thanks to bonzobananahttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/281913556808 £2.20 is automatically accepted, £2.10 wasn't so if you are trying to find the
Thanks
frostyclock
Collected mine last Saturday but only opened tonight, absolutely fantastic for the money. Never had a proper camera before so great to learn with but far better than expected and zoom is amazing, no issues with lens cap. Phone cams are great and handy but you cant beat a dedicated camera. Well chuffed, need to find a case now... ebay here I come.

Thanks to bonzobanana
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/281913556808 £2.20 is automatically accepted, £2.10 wasn't so if you are trying to find the
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Kodak T820 Binoculars now £4.47 C&C @ Jessops

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Great price for entry level binoculars. They've been reduced to £4.97, to get them for £4.47 use code: BINOS10 - Roof prism - Lens diameter of 21mm - 8x magnification- - Rubber body and eyecups Read More
Great price for entry level binoculars. They've been reduced to £4.97, to get them for £4.47 use code: BINOS10 - Roof prism - Lens diameter of 21mm - 8x magnification- - Rubber body and eyecups
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Cheap enough to be left in the bushes if you get disturbed, not too heavy to hold with one hand, hot.
Do look pretty naff, probably paying for the "brand name", only reviews i can find were from the purchaser who'd bought them for grand kids... so, basically £5 for a toy for the kids... so not too bad.
I'm sorry to say that these really aren't very good, paid £9.99 in currys. Swapped them three times eventually returning them for a refund, just couldn't focus them at all. Didn't expect much for the price, but your better off spending more for a better pair.
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Kodak Pix Pro FZ151 Digital Camera 16 MP, 15x Optical Zoom 3" LCD Screen £49.00 Tesco Direct

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Posted at £49.00 a couple of days ago and now reduced to £29.00. Crazy price for this camera. 3 inch screen 15x optical and 6x digital zoom and Image Stabiliser combats camera shake and plenty of b… Read More
Posted at £49.00 a couple of days ago and now reduced to £29.00. Crazy price for this camera. 3 inch screen 15x optical and 6x digital zoom and Image Stabiliser combats camera shake and plenty of b…
Toxic_Waste Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago50 Comments
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This is available again, but showing as low stock. Could only find it by using the link in the deal though. Wouldn't show up when I searched on the Tesco site.

Was looking for an inexpensive point and shoot camera with a decent zoom for when I can't take my DSLR somewhere (some sports venues in the US are pretty strict), so this looks ideal.
Looking for a case for it, if someone can advise one
Ordered one of these and they just sent me an email to say it's been cancelled and no explanation? Anyone bought one of these that they don't want?
Would this or the Kodak az365 be a better buy?

Or are both fairly decent? (For price)
is the Kodak az365 better than this one...
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Kodak Pix Pro FZ151 Digital Camera, Black, 16MP, 15x Optical Zoom 3" LCD Screen £49.00 Tesco Direct

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This looks like a great spec camera, for under £50, well worth a look IMHO... 3 inch screen 15x optical and 6x digital zoom and Image Stabiliser combats camera shake and plenty of bells and whist… Read More
This looks like a great spec camera, for under £50, well worth a look IMHO... 3 inch screen 15x optical and 6x digital zoom and Image Stabiliser combats camera shake and plenty of bells and whist…
Toxic_Waste Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago9 Comments
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thanks got one
Note to Admin, this camera is showing in stock... many thanks
Duplicate post, if admin could remove, please
£29 now.
Showing £29 for me.
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Kodak AA Xtralife Alkaline Battery (Pack of 60) - £9.99 (Prime) £14.74 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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60 pack AA batteries for £9.99!!! Read More
60 pack AA batteries for £9.99!!!
ryandean Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago38 Comments
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damian0612
you can buy a pack of 11 of these in poundland for £1 so this is ice cold
You don't know your batteries!!
Those in Poundland are Zinc Batteries Not Alkaline (Alkaline out perform all Zinc Batteries By a least a factor of four..
Ripperoo
OB1
If you're getting through that many batteries surely it's time to buy rechargeables?
Or get a girlfriend/wife that isn't so demanding. (_;)
My mrs had to get her own sub-station.
Pureego
poundland 16 for 1pound (these are expensive)
The normal Kodak ones in Poundland you get 16 of are zinc carbon and are crap. The xtralife last at least three and a half times as long and if you're using them in something high drain then over six times as long.

Edited By: Duelling Duck on Dec 14, 2015 18:51
OB1
If you're getting through that many batteries surely it's time to buy rechargeables?
Or get a girlfriend/wife that isn't so demanding. (_;)
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Tesco.com 3 for 2 on HP/Canon/Epson/Kodak/Lexmark/Brother printer inks & Clubcard boost

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Tesco Direct Offer 3 for 2 on a wide range of printer inks including makes: HP, Canon, Epson, Kodak, Lexmark & Brother. Club card boost also available. Offer available until 16/9/15 Eg Cano… Read More
Tesco Direct Offer 3 for 2 on a wide range of printer inks including makes: HP, Canon, Epson, Kodak, Lexmark & Brother. Club card boost also available. Offer available until 16/9/15 Eg Cano…
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Thanks. I asked in store and was refused, next time will do online
Got these when they were bogof a few weeks back, and also used boost fine. I don't think they've changed the boost categories since then, so inks should still be included.
surridges
I was told printer inks were not included on club card boost when I tried last week



wrong ..... i got them a couple of weeks ago but i suppose i used the self checkout so maybe thats why it went through?
The clubcard boost tag appears on all the inks included in this deal (online !)
I was told printer inks were not included on club card boost when I tried last week
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100 (2 x 50) Kodak DVD-R 16x £10.98 delivered by eHome @ Amazon

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Found a more modern version of the other offer... Not sure of the quality of these DVD-Rs (anyone have info?) but a reasonable price for these delivered. Of course, many will have burnt their last DVD… Read More
Found a more modern version of the other offer... Not sure of the quality of these DVD-Rs (anyone have info?) but a reasonable price for these delivered. Of course, many will have burnt their last DVD…
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BTW, I forgot to mention that when you do buy from Amazon, please remember to buy through this link to donate 5% (or more) to Macmillan Cancer Support.

Macmillan > Amazon
Feedback on Amazon US site looks pretty good... (Thanks, Crusty)

Amazon US
I purchased 200 of these a while back when Tesco had them on offer. No coasters (all 200 burned) and no problems with data integrity so far. This is good price with delivery included. :)
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100 x Kodak CD-R (2 x 50 Spindle) £6.98 + FREE DELIVERY Sold by eHome @ Amazon marketplace

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100 blank CDs for under £7 delivered. Thought it was a pretty good deal :) Read More
100 blank CDs for under £7 delivered. Thought it was a pretty good deal :)
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cricky12

Ok , why bother to comment on my stupid comment then, if your so high and mighty, rise above it and ignore me !! Idiot

Lol says it all really!
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Awesome , I might buy them to use as bookends for my Betamax collection
Why take the trouble to make silly comments like this? Does it make you feel superior or something? Many people still use cd's, your sort of post is trying to make them look silly for using them.


Ok , why bother to comment on my stupid comment then, if your so high and mighty, rise above it and ignore me !! Idiot
Expired - up to £9.98 from same seller.
These Kodak ones are really good. Unfortunately I still have about 75 from last time they turned up on offer about 5 years ago. Handy to have about though
What's a CD?
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So explain your phrase..(as per below)

"No worse than all the other batteries in the world; especially the ones that car manufacturers put into "green" vehicles".
......................................................................................
That is inherently flawed therefore (by lack of context).

You can't be referring to L/A batteries as they've been here since the year dot (& the lead within is around 70% recoverable).

Where "green cars" are concerned, they invariably have a lithium based battery due to weight (or lack thereof) , capacity & discharge by the modern standard & perception of vehicles, (ie the past 8 years)
Dude, you brought up the subject of lithium ion batteries, not me. When I referred to car batteries, I wasn't talking about any type of battery in particular. You could have chosen lead acid batteries or nickel metal hydrides to talk about, but no, YOU chose to talk about lithium ion. They're all pretty ghastly. I merely pointed out that lithium ion batteries have their nasty side, after YOU brought them up.

I've considered all of the things you're banging on about and I even felt strongly about all of them once upon a time. I was an environmental studies student once and I wanted to save the world (yaaaay for me!). Sadly, rather than inspire me to save the world, those studies convinced me that there's no point in bothering. It doesn't matter whether you or I support or oppose batteries of any kind because the world is going to go the way it's going, regardless of what we do. No one will ever be able to control the corporates or the corrupt governments in time to stop or reverse the damage.

This should provide you with hours of entertainment. Enjoy! It's not entirely clear what you're stance is, but either way, I suspect you'll argue the toss.

By the way, I wouldn't even use the Daily Mail on my ****, let alone finance it with a purchase or, god forbid, read it. Out of all the things you have said to me, your implication that I have a "Daily Mail mindset" was the most offensive.





Edited By: heathergreen1 on May 12, 2015 07:29: typo
Heathergreen1 (or whatever) said..

"You might want to look into the health and environment problems causing by lithium/cobalt mining in the third world."

Instead how about... "You might want to look into the health and environment problems causing by mining *anything* with a commodity value, in the third world".

Sad but true!


Edited By: MR GUS on May 11, 2015 13:44
When calling you out I don't need to, I'm merely stating that a singular bbc page is hardly conclusive, as stated packing needs to be adhered to & this is often not in terms of actual qty which heightens the problem reported on.

And lets just get this straight, (you can pull up your own facts here) ..you are moaning about mining problems well, how about not buying non recharageable low capacity crud in the first instance ..Hmm!? ..you are hardly helping yourself here :D
& mining, you are talking one aspect, mining occurs for other materials too right!? ..get on your high horse across the board then rather than singling out this.

If you ARE really concerned then surely you ought be popping deals up for ni-mh rechargeables (or similar) not one use & bin! oOX)

Like I said (& you are yet to answer) is all that schmutter banned from your home, do you refuse to use li-ion battery tech in your day to day life, what about poor conditions in those Lenovo company deals you repeatedly post!? , do you ban alcan / non ethically mined aluminium from your home!? ..make sure the products you buy's core components (e.g. precious metals on a circuit board for instance) are properly sourced / satisfy your personal ethos or is it as flawed as your li-ion batts argument.

Anyone can pull up anything on the internet they wish to foil.

If you dick around & don't pack glass properly it gets smashed right!? ...unless you follow strict proceedures & measures, ..same comes to transporting goods, declaration labels, temperatures of goods left on a baking tarmac runway or similar & a hot hold. ...the handlers don't necessarily deal with the goods properly (& airport luggage / freight is renowned for damage, correct!? ..ask anyone who travels frequently via plane).

So I'll ask you again about li-ion goods in your home life, do you use them? ..& if so contemptuous of li-ion (more than one recipe for any battery type) why do you then post deals for items such as the Asus net book, http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asus-transformer-book-t100-10-1-inch-2-1-convertible-netbook-atom-z3740-1-33ghz-2202238

Your medion laptop http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/medion-s6413t-full-hd-ips-15-6-touchscreen-laptop-i3-4030u-500gb-hdd-64gb-ssd-4gb-2204161

A Lenovo laptop ... http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lenovo-flex-2-14-touchscreen-laptop-i3-4030u-4gb-ram-1tb-hdd-hd4400-graphics-341-2200073

Asus laptop Asus X102B 10.1-inch Touchscreen Laptop (Black) - (AMD A4 1200 1.0GHz Processor, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, LAN, WLAN, Webcam, Integrated Graphics, Windows 8 Home) used "very good" for £110.30 or "like new" for £115.15 delivered from amazon warehouse

..IN FACT on the first page of your listed deals there are 12 lithium battery power capable (& typically supplied with) batteries alone, should I look at the other 9 pages?

You, are REALLY funny!
(are you getting a kickback from all those lenovo / medion listings you created)?
MR GUS
heathergreen1
MR GUS
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smershspy
Dreadful batteries. Landfill nightmare.
No worse than all the other batteries in the world; especially the ones that car manufacturers put into "green" vehicles.
Do tell, & remember to quote your source.
(there is a shedload of difference between these P_sspoor performers chemical makeup, & therefore chemical energy return than a lithium ion battery, so come on enlighten us all), not to mention salvage & re-processing / second life of the battery in a car.
I don't need to quote sources to know that lithium-ion components are carcinogenic and flammable. The US FAA doesn't much like them either:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-31709198
Wow, what a non commital answer from you!
FYI many things in modern life are carcinogenic & flammable, ..check out your sofa for compliance, materials doused with anti flamm's ..sweeteners (such as sweet & low , canderel etc) ...& plenty of materials sloshed round gardens... such as glycophosphates , ...which have remained on the market due to US pressure as they make so much MONEY!!!
Getting in a damn ICE car has an inherent risk due to petrol, materials, oils, plastics, Lead acid batteries etc all going up in flames,. ...do you walk everywhere!?
With your innate hatred of Li-ion I'm guessing you ban mobile phones, laptop's tablets etc in your home due to your prejudices & fears right!?
I'm always walking around with 5000+ lithium ion batts & a cartridge heater in my pocket, how about you!?
ICE vehicles set on fire every day, however rather than having a "daily mail" mindset (glib) I understand context in this, (in part based on them being the dominant vehicle type) ..whereas Li-ion fires make for a simple lazy journalistic story.
Add to this the multitude of different formula make up based on cost & recovery, energy delivery requirements, discharge rates & environmental aspects you need to get your head out of the sand & research more than the bbc.
On a home scale uptake, most folk are buying some dodgey LI-ion batts (those explosion stories) which come down to poor Q.C. storage, shonky chargers, or downright dishonest manufacturing & sourcing practices, e.g "recovered" Computer batts, soldered together & sealed in a pack, with little or no care.
From your bbc link we can simply improve storage factors as the easiest acknowledgement of any problem, but in the same light, how about we conduct that test again but with hairspray cannisters... guess how it would go down!?
Duh! oO
Wow, you post a lot of deals for electronic goods, typically containing li-ion batteries don't you!? ..do you work for Medion!? X)
Well, you're obviously being funded by the lithium-ion defence league. What an amazing amount of incorrect assumptions from nothing you've made. You haven't quoted a single source for your rant either. Dearie me.

You might want to look into the health and environment problems causing by lithium/cobalt mining in the third world.

http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2014/01/19/tesla-motors-dirty-little-secret-is-a-major-proble.aspx
http://www.economist.com/blogs/economist-explains/2014/01/economist-explains-19
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-25733346
http://www.flyingmag.com/news/ups-747-crash-highlights-lithium-battery-danger
http://www.foeeurope.org/sites/default/files/publications/13_factsheet-lithium-gb.pdf
http://www.utne.com/environment/what-lies-beneath-bolivia-salt-flats.aspx












Edited By: heathergreen1 on May 11, 2015 13:12: typo
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Kodak AZ526 16MP Bridge Camera - Black. £107.99 reserve at Argos. Reduced from £199.99

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HX400v under £150 ????

£187 at Amazon on Boxing day and New Year's day (£137 after £50 Sony cashback).
HX400v under £150 ????
wombat6025
I'd be really interested in seeing a proper magazine review; but I'm guessing the owners of the Kodak camera brand won't pay up or maybe the mags are too snobbish to touch a 'low-end' model.
The images in the thread Brilly linked to seem a lot better than the images here - http://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3807139. The thread comments heavily praise the camera, but I'd say image quality is a level or two below the likes of the HX400v, Fuji S1 or Panasonic FZ72; maybe my expectations are too high.
Certainly seems a good spec for the price.
tbh i think the image quality of most of those are pretty good - i take it you clicked through as the previews shown in threads are massively compressed?
those cameras may be better (good prices on those!) but still 40-50% more
totally forgot about how sites often get their cameras for reviews - previews are easy as its walk round a show and pick it up, or press photo and specs which costs nothing etc
Deal is expired in any case.

Anyone after a bridge camera might be better off saving a few pounds between now and the Easter sales; I bought both the FZ72 and HX400v for less than £150 after cashback at Christmas and I can't see the Easter deals being any worse.
Thanks for the update. Those additional pictures are quite interesting.

wombat6025
I'd be really interested in seeing a proper magazine review; but I'm guessing the owners of the Kodak camera brand won't pay up or maybe the mags are too snobbish to touch a 'low-end' model.

My experience of magazine review policies is limited but usually the process is they request a loan or sample (or are offered one) and make money though the advertising which accompanies the review. As for why JK Imaging didn't supply this particular model when they did supply a different model is a bit strange though.

wombat6025
The images in the thread Brilly linked to seem a lot better than the images here - http://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3807139. The thread comments heavily praise the camera, but I'd say image quality is a level or two below the likes of the HX400v, Fuji S1 or Panasonic FZ72; maybe my expectations are too high.

I agree, the image quality isn't up there with the better supers' but then perhaps that's why they shunned the dedicated camera retailers and went with the high street chains instead?

I also agree with you in that these pictures look different from the other lot and incidentally I've also noticed one other thing: according to the EXIF data the sensitivity of neither any of these or the other pictures exceed ISO200. In fact with only a couple of exceptions they all seem to have been shot in very good light. And even then in all the pictures I looked closely at I can see unacceptable (to me) levels of noise starting to creep in, even with the ISO this low. It does makes me wonder if the photographer was intentionally trying to keep noise to a minimum.

wombat6025
Certainly seems a good spec for the price.

I remember when the top end model was announced last year. It's 65x "Astro Zoom" was the prime selling point. As for value I'm still skeptical about it being a good buy but then it I guess it depends on what your usage is going to be. For me image quality is more important than focal length but then I'm sure there will be people who just want a small telescope with a camera at the rear!

I will agree with the other posters in that thread though, for a superzoom the optics on this do appear to be quite good; very little vignetting and only minor pincushioning & distortion at wide angle.


Edited By: LandOfConfusion on Mar 13, 2015 07:58
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has a proper viewfinder. tempted.
John Mason
A used Sony or Panasonic would be a better move as no Kodak digital camera in my experience has been any good.
No kodak recently maybe, but in the past there was few good cameras. :)
A used Sony or Panasonic would be a better move as no Kodak digital camera in my experience has been any good.
Interesting with wi-fi.....
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I don't know is the simple answer, I just seen the deal and if you added say a SD card or something electrical to make the total up to over £100 you can use the code TDX-PKJK before the 21st Dec and get another £20 off, seemed a good deal, I know there are better cameras out there but you do pay for what you get.
What's this like compared to the canon sx I'd just like it for kids photos, zooming in on players at occasional footie match and the camcorder. Something a novice can handle. Thanks
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Isn't it amazing how ignorant many people are about disposable batteries!

Despite many postings explaining the difference between zinc and alkaline, and explaining the comprehensive battery test review (shown above) showing Duracell alkaline are no better (maybe worse) than the Poundland ones, we still struggle to get this thread to 100 degrees whilst the Duracell bunnies bounce ever upwards!

And yet people that come to HUKD are supposed to be savvy shoppers.

Sad.
The a good way to tell if a battery is any good or **** is by the weight, with the exception of lithium batteries, the heavier they are normally the longer they last.
I would have loved to have got this many Alkaline batteries for £1 as a kid.
Magister
People still can't understand the difference between alkaline (which these are) and zinc chloride (which these aren't), and they don't seem to want to make the effort to find out. Ah well, your loss.
^This.
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gluke21
It's time Zinc chloride batteries were banned.
They are very poor and use up a lot of the
earth's resources when there are much better
batteries available at lower cost.
I will not be voting for the Green's though.

I think at least they should be made to label them honestly in the modern market. "Heavy duty" and "Extra heavy duty" are misleading descriptions for the cheapest type of batteries that last hardly any time at all. Even for smoke detectors I'd go with alkaline these days when you get get alkaline PP3s in Poundland.
It's time Zinc chloride batteries were banned.
They are very poor and use up a lot of the
earth's resources when there are much better
batteries available at lower cost.
I will not be voting for the Green's though.
thanks Mark
Have some heat, good price
androoski
If these are the Alkalines then this is a bargain.

Yep, definitely alkaline. The pack says 4 free instead of the usual 2 free.
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the Ikea ones according to http://www.batteryshowdown.com/ look very good value and performance is similar to standard duracell and less then half the price. might try them next time too.
I used cheap AAA batteries once a few years ago on my NAD amp remote and they leaked and permanently messed up the remote.
These are the batteries I usually buy, as well as the AAA ones. They're all good.

I would never use Panasonic batteries, they don't last long and they usually leak. They destroyed my Diamond Rio PMP500 many moons ago!
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Panasonic make these for Kodak

They are usually 10 in a pack for a pound guys

Hope this helps
I think you'll find the 10-pack aren't alkalines.
Panasonic make these for Kodak

They are usually 10 in a pack for a pound guys

Hope this helps
this is available in poundland
My bad - just trying to be helpful.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news - but you can buy a pack of 6 Kodak Xtralife batteries in Poundland's up and down the land :(
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Kodak EasyShare C195 Digital Camera - Silver (14 MP,5x Optical Zoom 3.0 inch LCD) £36.99 Sold by CBC SALES and Fulfilled by Amazon

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various seller selling same price all fulfilled by amazon decent camera not bad price
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Reading the reviews shows that Kodak don't have any of the Easyshare software available to download which is required to use the easyshare feature. You'll need to us an SD card and insert into the PC to transfer pictures/videos.

Kodak went in adminstration and re-emerged - I think and their site just says 'sorry for the inconvenience of no software downloads'
They always look as if they are melting into whatever they're sitting on!
absolutely rubbish camera.Do not buy. I had one awful
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Kodak EasyShare C195 Digital Camera - Silver (14 MP,5x Optical Zoom 3.0 inch LCD) £37.23 inc free delivery (silver only at this price) Sold by King Electronics UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Looks like a £30 camera though :(

I assumed this "One-button upload to email, Kodak Gallery, Youtube™, Facebook and Flickr sites" meant some sort of wifi functionality, but it's just some software you can install when the camera is physically connected your PC.

Probably better just using your phone.
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Btw: I didn't vote. But if £150 is your budget, this is packed with features and is CMOS sensor. My commen was more about long-term warranty support really. Kodak as we once knew them are gone on the retail side i..e cameras and printers.

At 52 x zoom though the image stabiliisation and autofocus is going to be seriously tested without a tripod - it will have to be good.

At this budget, I would still go with a lower zoom and a quality lens/processor combination e.g. Canon / Panasonic

Canon PowerShot SX500 @ £139 is a bargain imo. http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5597147.htm#pdpFullProductInformation

It is a CCD sensor and 720p video, but I bet you wont be able to tell the difference in picture quality due to the optics and processor.

Edited By: Clarioner on Dec 16, 2013 14:03: spellings
Had a few Kodak cameras and always took cracking pictures.
Clarioner
Did read something about one of the overseas divisions buying rights to products. So it may appear again.
Decent zoom but slow auto-focus means you're likely to miss a lot of good photo opportunities.

http://www.photographyblog.com/reviews/kodak_pixpro_az521_review/
only problem is its a dead company... at least on retail side.
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went to Leicester and found myself this great deal at cheaper price.
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Always have some in for the odd remote control (tv not radio controlled helis etc) failure. Normally I find these 1.5V or thereabouts when I check them.
They currently sell the Kodak Xtralife ones that are Alkaline in packs of 4+2 free which are better.
TBH They don't even last in the cupboard unused! I just fitted a some of these to my landline phone found it erratic when I checked the volts were down to 1.1v rather than the usual 1.6V for good ones, they were well in date and had not been used!
Same price as always, duff power that won't power all items, won't ever power my electric salt and pepper mill
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went to Leicester and found myself this great deal at cheaper price

Is this Leicester-specific? :p AFAIK, Poundland & 99p stores have branches in every major town, so a wasted trip :p
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ebuyer use yodel for delivery, cold as ice
Sorry, I don't kiss muppets - their stupidity might be contagious.
dck
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KFK88
Cheaper at poundland so voted cold

Then you're a muppet. Poundland = 4+2 for a £1 (17p each), these are 16 for £1.98 (12p each).

You obviously didn't come top in your maths class. :D

you can buy 11 for £1 (0.09p) batteries.... hmmm you do the maths....

Are you really this stupid? :|
Are you two having a Jeremy Kyle moment come on kiss and make up life is to sort to argue
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dck
KFK88
Cheaper at poundland so voted cold

Then you're a muppet. Poundland = 4+2 for a £1 (17p each), these are 16 for £1.98 (12p each).

You obviously didn't come top in your maths class. :D

you can buy 11 for £1 (0.09p) batteries.... hmmm you do the maths....

Are you really this stupid? :|
dck
KFK88
Cheaper at poundland so voted cold

Then you're a muppet. Poundland = 4+2 for a £1 (17p each), these are 16 for £1.98 (12p each).

You obviously didn't come top in your maths class. :D

you can buy 11 for £1 (0.09p) batteries.... hmmm you do the maths....