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LED Lenser V9 Micro Lenser Torch £2.70 @ Maplin Gateshead

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£2.70 @ Maplin
In what is possibly the most pointless deal ever posted, I noted the LED Lenser V9 Micro Lenser is being offered by Maplins for an amazing bargain price of £2.70 vs the usual £9 price point. However, Read More
In what is possibly the most pointless deal ever posted, I noted the LED Lenser V9 Micro Lenser is being offered by Maplins for an amazing bargain price of £2.70 vs the usual £9 price point. However,
JamesSmith Avatar2d, 3h agoFound 2 days, 3 hours ago3 Comments
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blazons
Am sure Lidl do triple packs of these from time to time on their 'tuppeny tables' for about the same price.
not this brand, just a similar looking thing
Am sure Lidl do triple packs of these from time to time on their 'tuppeny tables' for about the same price.
I think that award belongs to the post last week for something where in the description the original poster said the same thing was cheaper at JL. That WAS the most stupid idiotic pointless post ever.
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Ye!! Energy Block - Portable Power Bank £19.99, Maplin

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£19.99 @ Maplin
These have gradually gone down in price from £149.99, to £49.99 and now £19.99 which seems a good price for what it can do. Some blurb from Maplin - Compact multifunction power bank which can Read More
These have gradually gone down in price from £149.99, to £49.99 and now £19.99 which seems a good price for what it can do. Some blurb from Maplin - Compact multifunction power bank which can
twoii Avatar2d, 19h agoFound 2 days, 19 hours ago48 Comments
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leedsfan83
FamGuy
MeesterX
Ahuizotl
I'm curious about what kind of cells they use in these. Given the 12000mAh capacity and the 13.8 x 2 x 7.6cm dimensions I presume it's a 6 cell power bank, so 12v would be 2 parallel chains of 3, and even the highest current rated 18650 cells around the 2Ah mark can only safely draw 35A, so I'm suprised they're claiming this can supply over 70A
Perhaps they're using non-cylindrical lithium batteries like large phone cells to reach that current output
This is almost exactly what I was wondering................. Until I realised I had no idea what I was on about :(
Of course it's not cylindrical cells. They are lithium polymer like most, if not all modern day high-drain tech!
What you on about? "Of course it's not cylindrical cells" ?? Loads of good power banks use li-ion cells! Li-ion 18650 cells are great. I use them in my vape, have them in various power banks.... if you still unsure maybe go and ask Elon Musk... :p

Nothing at this level of power will have cylindrical cells. This is not a 1500mwh £5 clearance item. The cells in larger capacity devices legally have to be either LiPo for internal cells, or have removable cells. Due to EU laws when transporting products in aircraft.

Do your research mate, don't spout half truths you've overheard in a forum.
FamGuy
MeesterX
Ahuizotl
I'm curious about what kind of cells they use in these. Given the 12000mAh capacity and the 13.8 x 2 x 7.6cm dimensions I presume it's a 6 cell power bank, so 12v would be 2 parallel chains of 3, and even the highest current rated 18650 cells around the 2Ah mark can only safely draw 35A, so I'm suprised they're claiming this can supply over 70A
Perhaps they're using non-cylindrical lithium batteries like large phone cells to reach that current output
This is almost exactly what I was wondering................. Until I realised I had no idea what I was on about :(
Of course it's not cylindrical cells. They are lithium polymer like most, if not all modern day high-drain tech!


What you on about? "Of course it's not cylindrical cells" ?? Loads of good power banks use li-ion cells! Li-ion 18650 cells are great. I use them in my vape, have them in various power banks.... if you still unsure maybe go and ask Elon Musk... :p
OrribleHarry
plewis00
OrribleHarry
cruisecars
I had one of these before works well and jumps a car easy one of the best power banks that works.
Just check out reviews online
So it has enough cold cranking current to start a car (>100a) up to 6litres?
If that were true which I highly doubt I would not attach that through a skimpy little cable to my phone!!
Cold for the ludicrousness of the claimed current....
It charges a capacitor in the jump leads you attach to the car battery. It does not provide the current direct from the battery pack...
Do you think you use the same cable to charge your phone that you use to attach to the car battery?!
It's like this:https://podfeet.com/NosillaCast/NC_2014/NC_2014_08_03/powerall5.JPG
Do you actually think that's a capacitor? Lol It's clearly the fuse as stated. A capacitor with that much current would be much, much larger. And of course not wired in series.
An no I don't think I connect my phone with crocodile clips.....

The capacitor is in the power bank and I admit, I typed that in a rush. Open the unit and find out for yourself. As it's much bigger than a normal 12000mAh unit would be. Yes, the bulge in the jump leads is a fuse. The picture was referring to the fact that someone suggested you use the same leads to jump the car as to charge your phone which obviously you don't.

I have used one of these portable jump starters to start a pretty big engine so I don't think the engine displacement is really relevant in this case, but I have no doubt it can output fairly big burst currents.

Edited By: plewis00 on Apr 25, 2017 17:02
plewis00
OrribleHarry
cruisecars
I had one of these before works well and jumps a car easy one of the best power banks that works.
Just check out reviews online
So it has enough cold cranking current to start a car (>100a) up to 6litres?
If that were true which I highly doubt I would not attach that through a skimpy little cable to my phone!!
Cold for the ludicrousness of the claimed current....
It charges a capacitor in the jump leads you attach to the car battery. It does not provide the current direct from the battery pack...
Do you think you use the same cable to charge your phone that you use to attach to the car battery?!
It's like this:https://podfeet.com/NosillaCast/NC_2014/NC_2014_08_03/powerall5.JPG

Do you actually think that's a capacitor? Lol It's clearly the fuse as stated. A capacitor with that much current would be much, much larger. And of course not wired in series.

An no I don't think I connect my phone with crocodile clips.....

Edited By: OrribleHarry on Apr 25, 2017 16:42: .
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Or just go to Amazon, pay the same price, and receive a power bank with significantly more battery capacity, happy days

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Lorex 1080p HD 8 Channel 2TB CCTV Kit with 8 Cameras £349.99 @ Maplin

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Looking for 1080p cctv kit, came across this unit, seems to be reasonable price for the specs. Read More
Looking for 1080p cctv kit, came across this unit, seems to be reasonable price for the specs.
kush77 Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago5 Comments
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Theres a 4mp Swann 7400 with 8 channel 4 camera system on Ebay atm for £480 which would be much better than this.
Can anyone recommend any system better than this?
blackster
no offence op but these won't be HD cameras with a BNC input.
IP Cameras on the other hand

Incorrect these are AHD cameras and transmit over BNC / coax.
AHD (Analog High Definition) cameras, actually ok quality and decent price.
no offence op but these won't be HD cameras with a BNC input.

IP Cameras on the other hand
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480GB SSD from Maplin for £109.99 plus get a £15 voucher (Last Day Of Offer)

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Cheapest 480GB SSD in UK at £109.99 Even better value with £15 voucher for spending £100 between 5th April and 17th April. Alternative Sandisk 480gb SSD also available at same price but limited Read More
Cheapest 480GB SSD in UK at £109.99 Even better value with £15 voucher for spending £100 between 5th April and 17th April. Alternative Sandisk 480gb SSD also available at same price but limited
dbno Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago24 Comments
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wong_go_wild
as i said, i don't follow the market nor claim to have inside story. but i can say for sure that the retail price will have significant lag to the out of factory price as retailers and importers will have fixed prices on pre-orders. so according the article if the supplier is worst at end of 2016 and beginning of 2017 then we would probably yet to see those price adjustment to come in.

i am looking at Samsung 1TB 850 evo on pricespy, when it was introduced back in early 2015 it was around 220-230 mark then after Jun 2016 it gone up to 260 and now around 290 mark. so that price differential is exactly the same as the £v$ differential (1.57 to 1.23). so it is hard to argue against numbers...i suggest you just crunch some numbers and figure stuff out for yourself.

http://rennlist.com/forums/attachments/993-forum/717620d1365124196-993-stereo-replacement-system-caps-lock-removed.jpg
Correct me if wrong, at one point chip manufacturers were producing far too much, hence why we could get 16GB DDR3 for silly prices like £50. Then, they slowed down production on purpose to increase prices. Wish I could remember where I read about this...
as i said, i don't follow the market nor claim to have inside story. but i can say for sure that the retail price will have significant lag to the out of factory price as retailers and importers will have fixed prices on pre-orders. so according the article if the supplier is worst at end of 2016 and beginning of 2017 then we would probably yet to see those price adjustment to come in.

i am looking at Samsung 1TB 850 evo on pricespy, when it was introduced back in early 2015 it was around 220-230 mark then after Jun 2016 it gone up to 260 and now around 290 mark. so that price differential is exactly the same as the £v$ differential (1.57 to 1.23). so it is hard to argue against numbers...i suggest you just crunch some numbers and figure stuff out for yourself.
wong_go_wild
gowf
zworld
wong_go_wild
Northerndave
Why have SSD's gone up in price so much ?
brexit. manufacturing of these stuff is getting cheaper. the suppliers are charging less $ per GB out of factory. but by the time it arrives at our shore and due to the £ tanked big against $ compared with 12month ago thus the big price hike. also importers are greedy. i am lucky i bought my 1tb for £150 about 18month ago.
Lamest explanation.
And this is the lamest come back - to ignore it or suggest it's project fear conspiracy
These items are manufactured in other countries and are bought and sold often in dollars. Sterling took a 25% tumble vs dollar. It makes a big difference.
some people likes to live in a bubble of ignorance so basically let them be and the sooner they are gone and stop spreading their genetic material the better.

Can I suggest you go and read about commodity pricing, and study THIS! article from last year, showing that a NAND flash price increase was well predicted.

Of course currency markets have an effect, but given that the lowest prices were seen in Oct/Nov last year, and the dollar rate adjustment happened in June, the price had already been adjust and partly absorbed.

If you chose to comment on a market that you do not fully understand and are not part of then maybe hold back your judgment of others until you have researched the subject and have some solid facts, not just a blanket statement you feel fits all that is going wrong.
gowf
zworld
wong_go_wild
Northerndave
Why have SSD's gone up in price so much ?
brexit. manufacturing of these stuff is getting cheaper. the suppliers are charging less $ per GB out of factory. but by the time it arrives at our shore and due to the £ tanked big against $ compared with 12month ago thus the big price hike. also importers are greedy. i am lucky i bought my 1tb for £150 about 18month ago.

Lamest explanation.


And this is the lamest come back - to ignore it or suggest it's project fear conspiracy

These items are manufactured in other countries and are bought and sold often in dollars. Sterling took a 25% tumble vs dollar. It makes a big difference.


some people likes to live in a bubble of ignorance so basically let them be and the sooner they are gone and stop spreading their genetic material the better.
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Nilfisk 110bar pressure washer with patio cleaner, £69.99 @ maplin (free C&C)

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£69.99 @ Maplin
I just saw a deal going hot for a karcher k2 for £59.99 so thought I would post this for anyone interested in a decent pressure washer. The issue the k2 has is a plastic pump that is prone to failu… Read More
I just saw a deal going hot for a karcher k2 for £59.99 so thought I would post this for anyone interested in a decent pressure washer. The issue the k2 has is a plastic pump that is prone to failu…
colganraz Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago37 Comments
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Deals finished if someone could exPire please
colganraz
Jawz
Firefly1
Jawz
Daywalker04
I ordered this one. Added a small item so got a £10 voucher, also 7.35% TCB, so effectively around £83 for more power and a better brush
Nice, you had a play yet? Is it any good?
Thinking bout getting one tomorrow for cleaning the flags in garden and to help with pre wash of car. Bit dubious if to use with car, but those folk at £5 car washers use em, so surely can't be too bad!?
I had a play with it yesterday as got it a couple of days ago. Took me far longer than the 2 minute 30 second assembly video by the guy on Argos website :D Never was very good at self-construction! 'Normal' people apparently find it incredibly easy to construct :p
Seems very good - been using it on the driveway. You can absolutely adjust the pressure strength and it even has a 'car' attachment nozzle (Not tried that one to be honest). But if you think the power is too much, you can just spread the water over a greater surface via twisting the attachment nozzle.
I would go with the higher pressure (The £100 one) and then you have it, if you need it. It also claims a 3 year warranty.
Yeah Im same. Takes me longer to do most stuff. Why I try not to buy flat pack.
I have been watching videos for a few hours bout using em for washing cars and buyinv extra foam lance/bottle from Amazon.
All in could cost be bout £150......then I think of how easy it is to just pull up n pay 5 blokes a fiver and done in 10mins.
Suppose its a bit of fun and self satisfaction. Dont think anyone has ever cleaned the flags in my garden since house was built so thats main reason I looked into it and then just upselled myself and tried to find further justification for another techy item.
Does the hose from tap to unit come with it? I do have an hamlock hose on a reel that has its own attachmebt for the hose nossle. Hopefully this can be use without just cutting the hose end off and having to use a different attachment.
Anyways Im waffling....thanks for the reply. Will grab one tomorrow. Argos doing the £10 for spending £100 so will grab something cheap to go with it so can get the voucher.
Thanks again.
My hozelock attachment fit directly onto the inlet of the pressure wash

Sweet...Nothing worse than having everything out of box, spending ages putting it together, to find you have to go buy another part! Had that originally with having to go out and get an extra attachment for under the sink to connect Hozelock to.
Jawz
Firefly1
Jawz
Daywalker04
I ordered this one. Added a small item so got a £10 voucher, also 7.35% TCB, so effectively around £83 for more power and a better brush
Nice, you had a play yet? Is it any good?
Thinking bout getting one tomorrow for cleaning the flags in garden and to help with pre wash of car. Bit dubious if to use with car, but those folk at £5 car washers use em, so surely can't be too bad!?
I had a play with it yesterday as got it a couple of days ago. Took me far longer than the 2 minute 30 second assembly video by the guy on Argos website :D Never was very good at self-construction! 'Normal' people apparently find it incredibly easy to construct :p
Seems very good - been using it on the driveway. You can absolutely adjust the pressure strength and it even has a 'car' attachment nozzle (Not tried that one to be honest). But if you think the power is too much, you can just spread the water over a greater surface via twisting the attachment nozzle.
I would go with the higher pressure (The £100 one) and then you have it, if you need it. It also claims a 3 year warranty.
Yeah Im same. Takes me longer to do most stuff. Why I try not to buy flat pack.
I have been watching videos for a few hours bout using em for washing cars and buyinv extra foam lance/bottle from Amazon.
All in could cost be bout £150......then I think of how easy it is to just pull up n pay 5 blokes a fiver and done in 10mins.
Suppose its a bit of fun and self satisfaction. Dont think anyone has ever cleaned the flags in my garden since house was built so thats main reason I looked into it and then just upselled myself and tried to find further justification for another techy item.
Does the hose from tap to unit come with it? I do have an hamlock hose on a reel that has its own attachmebt for the hose nossle. Hopefully this can be use without just cutting the hose end off and having to use a different attachment.
Anyways Im waffling....thanks for the reply. Will grab one tomorrow. Argos doing the £10 for spending £100 so will grab something cheap to go with it so can get the voucher.
Thanks again.

My hozelock attachment fit directly onto the inlet of the pressure wash
Firefly1
Jawz
Daywalker04
I ordered this one. Added a small item so got a £10 voucher, also 7.35% TCB, so effectively around £83 for more power and a better brush
Nice, you had a play yet? Is it any good?
Thinking bout getting one tomorrow for cleaning the flags in garden and to help with pre wash of car. Bit dubious if to use with car, but those folk at £5 car washers use em, so surely can't be too bad!?
I had a play with it yesterday as got it a couple of days ago. Took me far longer than the 2 minute 30 second assembly video by the guy on Argos website :D Never was very good at self-construction! 'Normal' people apparently find it incredibly easy to construct :p
Seems very good - been using it on the driveway. You can absolutely adjust the pressure strength and it even has a 'car' attachment nozzle (Not tried that one to be honest). But if you think the power is too much, you can just spread the water over a greater surface via twisting the attachment nozzle.
I would go with the higher pressure (The £100 one) and then you have it, if you need it. It also claims a 3 year warranty.

Yeah Im same. Takes me longer to do most stuff. Why I try not to buy flat pack.
I have been watching videos for a few hours bout using em for washing cars and buyinv extra foam lance/bottle from Amazon.

All in could cost be bout £150......then I think of how easy it is to just pull up n pay 5 blokes a fiver and done in 10mins.

Suppose its a bit of fun and self satisfaction. Dont think anyone has ever cleaned the flags in my garden since house was built so thats main reason I looked into it and then just upselled myself and tried to find further justification for another techy item.

Does the hose from tap to unit come with it? I do have an hamlock hose on a reel that has its own attachmebt for the hose nossle. Hopefully this can be use without just cutting the hose end off and having to use a different attachment.

Anyways Im waffling....thanks for the reply. Will grab one tomorrow. Argos doing the £10 for spending £100 so will grab something cheap to go with it so can get the voucher.

Thanks again.
Jawz
Daywalker04
I ordered this one. Added a small item so got a £10 voucher, also 7.35% TCB, so effectively around £83 for more power and a better brush
Nice, you had a play yet? Is it any good?
Thinking bout getting one tomorrow for cleaning the flags in garden and to help with pre wash of car. Bit dubious if to use with car, but those folk at £5 car washers use em, so surely can't be too bad!?

I had a play with it yesterday as got it a couple of days ago. Took me far longer than the 2 minute 30 second assembly video by the guy on Argos website :D Never was very good at self-construction! 'Normal' people apparently find it incredibly easy to construct :p

Seems very good - been using it on the driveway. You can absolutely adjust the pressure strength and it even has a 'car' attachment nozzle (Not tried that one to be honest). But if you think the power is too much, you can just spread the water over a greater surface via twisting the attachment nozzle.

I would go with the higher pressure (The £100 one) and then you have it, if you need it. It also claims a 3 year warranty.

Edited By: Firefly1 on Apr 15, 2017 10:14
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Logitech G602 wireless gaming mouse £39.99 + free P&P @ Maplin/Amazon, potential TCB

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* Enduring battery life (up to 250 hours) * Delta zero sensor technology * Ultra low latency wireless gaming technology * Performance/Endurance switch * High-durability switches Seems Read More
* Enduring battery life (up to 250 hours) * Delta zero sensor technology * Ultra low latency wireless gaming technology * Performance/Endurance switch * High-durability switches Seems
gunjin Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago11 Comments
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Great price fantastic mouse!
Great price! I got this a while ago for about £10 more and it's a super comfortable mouse.
I love this mouse, so much so that I've already bought one as a spare when one of my other two breaks.

Also the sensor is smack bang in the middle, tried a few others with the sensor offset to the left or right and it just feels weird.
My G602, ive changed batteries once in about a year, medium to heavy user
roycom
My G602 goes through batteries about every 2-3 months with extremely heavy use, my G700s needs 1 or 2 charges per day under the same conditions. I also find the G602 better ergonomically.

Music to my ears, roycom!
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Hive Active Heating – with professional installation (PLUS £15 Voucher) - £199.20 @ Maplin

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Includes Heating and Hot Water, plus installation by a British Gas Engineer. This is my first deal for a little while now... Been waiting for this to drop to this price since Christmas. 20p more… Read More
Includes Heating and Hot Water, plus installation by a British Gas Engineer. This is my first deal for a little while now... Been waiting for this to drop to this price since Christmas. 20p more…
socratisuk Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago26 Comments
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mistermoneysaver
Got the hive 1 for £54.99 from.screwfix on here. Why is this one so much more for the same effects?
The room stat is fugly on v1, whether that justifies the price though is another matter
Who cares what it looks like as long as it can read the temp etc. Personally, i cant see the justification, but some would disagree. Cold I'm afraid
Just bought this instore yesterday and was given a 5% discount on top (to beat the website price) which took the total to £189.24 plus your 15 off voucher

*if your store doesn't have stock they will reserve it from another store and deliver to your home FOC*

Edited By: stevemoir on Apr 11, 2017 09:10: Add more info
mistermoneysaver
Got the hive 1 for £54.99 from.screwfix on here. Why is this one so much more for the same effects?

The room stat is fugly on v1, whether that justifies the price though is another matter
Got the hive 1 for £54.99 from.screwfix on here. Why is this one so much more for the same effects?
is this version 2 or 3?
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Google Home £129 - 5% off with student discount £122.46 - 4% possible TopCashback at Maplin

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Just been to Maplin and purchased a Google Home. They are £129 but you get 5% off with student discount (if you have it) and 4% off with TopCashback On Card offers. In addition you also get a £1… Read More
Just been to Maplin and purchased a Google Home. They are £129 but you get 5% off with student discount (if you have it) and 4% off with TopCashback On Card offers. In addition you also get a £1…
kev24_uk Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago2 Comments
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Not sure why this is cold. Appears to be the best deal around at the moment. Sometimes this site makes no sense.
Seems good to me, thanks!
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Maplin - £5 off voucher with £50 spend, £15 off voucher with £100 spend

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Receive a free £5 off voucher when you spend £50 or more or a £15 off voucher when you spend £100 or more with any purchase between 5th April 2017 and 17th April 2017 inclusive and spend between 18th Read More
Receive a free £5 off voucher when you spend £50 or more or a £15 off voucher when you spend £100 or more with any purchase between 5th April 2017 and 17th April 2017 inclusive and spend between 18th
ma10 Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago13 Comments
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Cheers just reserved Google Home :D
Marky264
Could you technically buy something In Store over £100. Get the Voucher a couple days later & Then return the original item back in store get your refund & Order Online etc = Profit? :)


u r da man.
TechPimp
Marlins are horribly overpriced


marlins?
good find op, heat added
TechPimp
Marlins are horribly overpriced
Slippery salesman?
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Google Home + get a £15 off voucher (£100 spend) in stock at local Maplin - £129.00 + possible £15 cashback (new Quidco members)

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For those who haven't pre-ordered and want one today, I just picked one up from my local Maplin (whereas Currys, PCworld and John Lewis seems to be only available online atm) Also, Maplin just star… Read More
For those who haven't pre-ordered and want one today, I just picked one up from my local Maplin (whereas Currys, PCworld and John Lewis seems to be only available online atm) Also, Maplin just star…
ma10 Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago16 Comments
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@mimlloyd, is that what the Maplin staff told you cause the voucher says spend 15.01 is eligible to use the voucher?

http://i.imgur.com/1UJP7o6.jpg
Yes you're right. My voucher says the same. Guy deffo said £50.01 though.
StackerJ
Mimlloyd
Just picked mine up in Maplins. Voucher can only be used for purchases over £50. Currys are offering 3 months of Google Music free with the Google Home but I'll make more use of the Maplins £15 voucher.
Can you confirm that the voucher can only be used on purchases over £50 the website T&C's seem to suggest it only has to be £15.01 as I was considering using the voucher to get an additional HUE bulb in the redemption period.

You're right. Guy in the shop definitely said over £50 (£50.01 and above), but I've just checked my voucher and it says spend over 15.01 to get £15 off. And in the box it says there's 3 months Google Music for free so the Curry's promo is no big deal. I've got just over £4 cashback from TopCashBack too.
julian_1234
Can't be bothered to post it as a deal, but you can get £15 from Quidco.https://www.quidco.com/GoogleHome15?
I signed up there is no maplin listed on Quidco's search. went threw topcashback instead. only 4.4% but better than nothing an i get the maplin vouchers too.
Mimlloyd
Just picked mine up in Maplins. Voucher can only be used for purchases over £50. Currys are offering 3 months of Google Music free with the Google Home but I'll make more use of the Maplins £15 voucher.


the 3 months of free Google music is from Google themselves not Curry's. so everyone will get that offer, no matter where you buy from
Can't be bothered to post it as a deal, but you can get £15 from Quidco.

https://www.quidco.com/GoogleHome15?
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Cat5e Ethernet Network Crossover Cable 10m - Grey 96p @ Maplin

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£0.96 @ Maplin
Under a quid for a 10m CAT5e (Gigabit) cable delivered to your local Maplin store (pay online with click and collect). There are also 1m and 3m lengths for 90p available as well. You can use this cr… Read More
Under a quid for a 10m CAT5e (Gigabit) cable delivered to your local Maplin store (pay online with click and collect). There are also 1m and 3m lengths for 90p available as well. You can use this cr…
brookheather Avatar3w, 18h agoFound 3 weeks, 18 hours ago35 Comments
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grove39
Not flat and not Cat7.
Pray tell, under what circumstances do you consider CAT-7 necessary for short-run (10m) Gigabit Ethernet networking? Even CAT-6 is overkill unless you have to route your network cable tight against high powered electrical cables or RF sources (e.g. inside your microwave oven). I bet you buy gold plated HDMI cables too ;-) I do agree that flat cables can sometimes be useful though.
aidio
johnsmith1997
Heat.
Cheers bud.:)
Will be off to Maplins to get one,cheaper than 99p shop.:)
Cross-over is for pc to pc.
Straight-thru is for pc to router etc.
These cables are very easy to make yourself.You just need the crimp tool.
Used to do loads when did Cisco networking.:)

Hey old school.. You were right about 10 years ago :).. there is no need for a cross over unless you are working with legacy equipment.


Few months ago I ran a new 15m straight through patch cable for my brand new PC to a virgin superhub3 router. Did not work at all with new comp but seemed to work fine with 3 year old dell laptop.

After lots of head scratching/googling found that you need a crossover cable for longer runs. So cut one end off, rearranged to crossover configuration & bingo. Never had a problem since.
johnsmith1997
aidio
johnsmith1997
Heat.
Cheers bud.:)
Will be off to Maplins to get one,cheaper than 99p shop.:)
Cross-over is for pc to pc.
Straight-thru is for pc to router etc.
These cables are very easy to make yourself.You just need the crimp tool.
Used to do loads when did Cisco networking.:)
Hey old school.. You were right about 10 years ago :).. there is no need for a cross over unless you are working with legacy equipment.
Sorry guys.
Wow,didn't realise been so long since I done Cisco!!oO
Also, professional managed switches are a world apart from what's found in the home. If it's unmanaged it has to have all options enabled all the time.

Edited By: pibpob on Apr 07, 2017 09:47
aidio
johnsmith1997
Heat.
Cheers bud.:)
Will be off to Maplins to get one,cheaper than 99p shop.:)
Cross-over is for pc to pc.
Straight-thru is for pc to router etc.
These cables are very easy to make yourself.You just need the crimp tool.
Used to do loads when did Cisco networking.:)
Hey old school.. You were right about 10 years ago :).. there is no need for a cross over unless you are working with legacy equipment.
Sorry guys.
Wow,didn't realise been so long since I done Cisco!!oO
Uridium
aidio
Cat6 or Cat6a straight is what is used nowadays guys.
Still nothing wrong with Cat5e for 99% of people in the home....
Massive difference between patching home devices and running structured cabling..
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TP-Link TL-PA8010PKIT 1200Mbps Pass-Through Powerline Kit £49.99 @ Maplin

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£5 off this and a few other Powerline Passthrough adapters at Maplin. Maplin sell through Amazon as well so I expect Amazon will follow suit at some point. Edit (7th April): Now price matched by A…
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Have you tried using the TP-Link utility that disables the power-save feature? (Google 'TP-link power save tool' to find it). They have a habit of going to sleep otherwise and sometimes need power-cycling to wake them. It's a problem with quite a few of their homeplugs, I've got the 8030s (3-port version of this) which work fine now.

yes tried that, didn't work for me
t002236
Is the PA9020P the fastest currently available? Although £95 is steep for me as I'll need two pairs (or rather 3 individual units)

Yeah, 2000 are the fastest homeplugs available at the moment.
Have you tried using the TP-Link utility that disables the power-save feature? (Google 'TP-link power save tool' to find it). They have a habit of going to sleep otherwise and sometimes need power-cycling to wake them. It's a problem with quite a few of their homeplugs, I've got the 8030s (3-port version of this) which work fine now.
deanos
problem with these they cut out randomly, common fault apparently , did it on 2 sets of mine, they went back


Same here. I'm on my second set and they are doing the same thing as well. Very frustrating - would definitely not buy this brand again.
problem with these they cut out randomly, common fault apparently , did it on 2 sets of mine, they went back
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Nilfisk Smart Window Vacuum £9.99 free c&c - Maplin

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Mine turned up today - with no charger in the box :(
Coming up saying nearest store 359 miles lol but only c&c oh and it's only 40 miles away lol
Surprised there are still some left in Cambridge.
only 4 in cambridge.
sold out - wont let me pay for the ones in cambridge
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Gro-Light 2-in-1 Night Light and Main Light £12.99 @ Maplin

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we have a 2 day old baby and was looking for something like this... maplin have them in for £12.99 collection only in certain stores.. enjoy +Bayonet fitted nightlight to fit into a ceiling rose…
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WD 8TB My Book USB 3.0 External Desktop Hard Drive (cheapest 8TB disk) £214.99 @ Maplin instore

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If you don't mind 'having all your eggs in one basket' ;) , this is, I think the cheapest per GByte drive. If you put your postcode in the search here, you may find one reasonably near you. http://w…
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Shard
David_e
Not voted on price but if this is the cheapest per Gb price around currently then prices aren't falling. Might be a Brexit thing. Pretty sure my last HUKD hard drive purchase was less per Gb and that must be more than a year ago.
This is cheaper per Gb :http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/wd-3tb-book-for-mac-external-hard-drive-71-14-tesco-alloa-2646548
There are probably two factors
- Brexit and hence the hammering of the pound (unless you read the Daily Express in which case it's doing fine)
- This: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/ssd-hdd-shortage-nand-market,news-54328.html
I bought most of my electronics at the end of last year ready for when the Brexit effect kicked in, even though the pound got trashed there's a lead time on most goods of 6 months or so, hence inflation only now starting to kick in
Political propaganda is all "Brexit" is, the actual Brexit hasn't happened yet....
And yet the pound tanked in fear of it happening... wonder what will happen to it tomorrow, or in two years time...

Are you one of these people that believes money will vanish post Brexit? Do you also believe that the rich should always be rich and the poor should always be poor?
OrribleHarry
Shard
OrribleHarry
Shard
OrribleHarry
Shard
David_e
Not voted on price but if this is the cheapest per Gb price around currently then prices aren't falling. Might be a Brexit thing. Pretty sure my last HUKD hard drive purchase was less per Gb and that must be more than a year ago.
This is cheaper per Gb :http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/wd-3tb-book-for-mac-external-hard-drive-71-14-tesco-alloa-2646548
There are probably two factors
- Brexit and hence the hammering of the pound (unless you read the Daily Express in which case it's doing fine)
- This: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/ssd-hdd-shortage-nand-market,news-54328.html
I bought most of my electronics at the end of last year ready for when the Brexit effect kicked in, even though the pound got trashed there's a lead time on most goods of 6 months or so, hence inflation only now starting to kick in
Political propaganda is all "Brexit" is, the actual Brexit hasn't happened yet....
Article 50 is tomorrow. The financial markets are faith based, hence UK households losing $1.5tn in 2016. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/brexit-latest-uk-finances-pound-value-stocks-2016-credit-suisse-a7431366.html
I never had $1.5tn so that's simply not true :p.
But one thing I do know is I'm better off this year than last...
I didn't lose money therefore no one did, got it
Ah! so you didn't loose money either, see I told you it was press propaganda.

No, no money loosed
Shard
OrribleHarry
Shard
OrribleHarry
Shard
David_e
Not voted on price but if this is the cheapest per Gb price around currently then prices aren't falling. Might be a Brexit thing. Pretty sure my last HUKD hard drive purchase was less per Gb and that must be more than a year ago.
This is cheaper per Gb :http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/wd-3tb-book-for-mac-external-hard-drive-71-14-tesco-alloa-2646548
There are probably two factors
- Brexit and hence the hammering of the pound (unless you read the Daily Express in which case it's doing fine)
- This: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/ssd-hdd-shortage-nand-market,news-54328.html
I bought most of my electronics at the end of last year ready for when the Brexit effect kicked in, even though the pound got trashed there's a lead time on most goods of 6 months or so, hence inflation only now starting to kick in
Political propaganda is all "Brexit" is, the actual Brexit hasn't happened yet....
Article 50 is tomorrow. The financial markets are faith based, hence UK households losing $1.5tn in 2016. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/brexit-latest-uk-finances-pound-value-stocks-2016-credit-suisse-a7431366.html
I never had $1.5tn so that's simply not true :p.
But one thing I do know is I'm better off this year than last...
I didn't lose money therefore no one did, got it

Ah! so you didn't loose money either, see I told you it was press propaganda.
OrribleHarry
Shard
OrribleHarry
Shard
David_e
Not voted on price but if this is the cheapest per Gb price around currently then prices aren't falling. Might be a Brexit thing. Pretty sure my last HUKD hard drive purchase was less per Gb and that must be more than a year ago.
This is cheaper per Gb :http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/wd-3tb-book-for-mac-external-hard-drive-71-14-tesco-alloa-2646548
There are probably two factors
- Brexit and hence the hammering of the pound (unless you read the Daily Express in which case it's doing fine)
- This: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/ssd-hdd-shortage-nand-market,news-54328.html
I bought most of my electronics at the end of last year ready for when the Brexit effect kicked in, even though the pound got trashed there's a lead time on most goods of 6 months or so, hence inflation only now starting to kick in
Political propaganda is all "Brexit" is, the actual Brexit hasn't happened yet....
Article 50 is tomorrow. The financial markets are faith based, hence UK households losing $1.5tn in 2016. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/brexit-latest-uk-finances-pound-value-stocks-2016-credit-suisse-a7431366.html
I never had $1.5tn so that's simply not true :p.
But one thing I do know is I'm better off this year than last...

I didn't lose money therefore no one did, got it
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Convenient!
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Thrustmaster TMX PC/Xbox One Racing Simulator Wheel save £30 now £139.99 @ Maplin

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I'll take it you are looking to buy one of these mate. If that is right, BT shop seems to be a good option at the moment. They sell it for £125. Hope it helps you. :)

http://www.shop.bt.com/products/thrustmaster-tmx-force-feedback-wheel---pedals-xbox-one-and-windows-4468008-BZLX.html
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Linksys WRT1900ACS Dual Band WiFi Router £119.99 Maplins

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sam_of_london
WiFi routers come free from service provider. Get new one every year for free
There had to be one, and you're it.
It's sam_of_london, what do you expect. Constant **** comes out his mouth.
Own it, tried OpenWRT way back when (iirc I ordered an AC and was surprised with a brand new ACS) but the drivers for the wifi cards were pretty new and dodgy back then. We're talking 30MB/s initially dropping to 5, random disconnects etc. Not sure if that's improved since but I went back to stock firmware and set it to AP only mode. Pfsense does the actual routing. Back to 80MB/s solid.
GoNz017
It was probably a V1 as it was when they were released, locked down so much the signal was pants. At least with my Asus I have the correct power for the UK and not just a general "EU" setting. I had to edit the bootloader before Asus locked that down as well... :(


I use a 1ghz dual core R7000 with a Asus-WRT Merlin firmware. I have just overclocked it to 1.4ghz and the performance difference has been amazing when using my VPN.

That firmware allows you to change the transmit power of both the 2.4 and 5ghz radios.
kester76
sam_of_london
WiFi routers come free from service provider. Get new one every year for free
They come with caveats and due to locking down the devices they tend not to work so well. My Superhub 3.0 doesn't like my Zyxel smarthub and won't allow me to set the IP address range from 192.168.0.x to 192.168.1.x, it doesn't seem much but if you're running alot of devices under static ips it can be very annoying :(

Not to mention the superhub not letting you set your own DNS server Grrr!
sam_of_london
WiFi routers come free from service provider. Get new one every year for free
They come with caveats and due to locking down the devices they tend not to work so well. My Superhub 3.0 doesn't like my Zyxel smarthub and won't allow me to set the IP address range from 192.168.0.x to 192.168.1.x, it doesn't seem much but if you're running alot of devices under static ips it can be very annoying :(
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Netatmo Smart Thermostat/Amazon Echo Bundle - Save £30 @ Maplin

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Terms and Conditions - Netatmo Thermostat and Amazon Echo / Echo Dot offer is valid from 3rd Feburary 2017 to 2nd July 2017. - Add an Amazon Echo or Amazon Echo Dot and a Netatmo Smart Thermosta…
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Cold
No stock on dots.
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Corsair Void Wireless RGB 7.1 Headset - £69.99 @ Maplin

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Picked this up at Maplin's on sale. Seems to be available this price in other stores at the moment. This is the wireless RGB version. Pricing History https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Corsair-CA-9011… Read More
Picked this up at Maplin's on sale. Seems to be available this price in other stores at the moment. This is the wireless RGB version. Pricing History https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Corsair-CA-9011…
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Pioneer HDJ-1500 Over Ear DJ Headphones - £99.99 @ Maplin

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These DJ headphones are great, and are usually around the £150-160 mark with most other retailers!
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im sorry I previously worked for Maplin. as it happens im on the autistic spectrum. but they still fired me. ill never vote hot again for these peoples :/

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Maplin NOW TV box inc. Sky Movies (2 months) or Entertainment (3 months) Subscription - £14.99

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There are currently deals for this at around £40 but this is even cheaper....(although it may be older hardware stock) 4% Cashback at Maplin as well
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Better deal which come and go weekly is box with 6months entertainment or 4 months cinema for £19.99
These are £15 everywhere, you may be confusing it with the smart box which is £35+ for good reason
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Philips Hue Bundle - Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus & Philips Hue E27 Starter Pack or Philips Hue GU10 Starter Pack £179.99 @ Maplin

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Seems to work with the B22 starter pack too
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For 1 lucky person I saw this and thought I would share! 180 Degree PIR Sensor for Outdoor Lights ! 90p @ maplin Banbury branch! Only 1 in stock!!

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"So how much was your home security system?"
"90 pence"

X)
Shame.. Im not the lucky one :p
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Hive Active Plugs £31.00 @ Maplin

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Hive Active Plugs at Maplin saving of £8, cheapest I've found from a retailer. Ordered 4 myself. I understand you can buy other makes for cheaper but if you have Hive already and want to add devices t… Read More
Hive Active Plugs at Maplin saving of £8, cheapest I've found from a retailer. Ordered 4 myself. I understand you can buy other makes for cheaper but if you have Hive already and want to add devices t…
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Great price, in fact, I purchased one today and just checked to see if anyone else listed this, but be aware that it's not the latest version of the active plug. Voted hot.

Edited By: nbgrobbo on Mar 12, 2017 22:48
I'd normally vote hot for a price reduction but I have hive and choose to use TP Link plugs as a preference.
WGBuk
I posted for people after adding to their Hive system, you can always buy cheaper different makes but great price for this Hive product.

Yes this is good price for Hive but just thought show alternative that does same for lot less
IMO lot of these smart devices are way overpriced + hub is really unnecessary if you have
good WiFi .Maybe in year or so they will come down to reasonable price
Good price but occasionally slightly cheaper on Amazon (£27.99). I'd set up a Camel Camel Camel watch if you're not in a hurry.
Good price. These are not cheap.
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Nilfisk C110 4-5 PC Xtra Compact High Pressure Washer with Patio Cleaner - £59.99 Dispatched and sold by Maplin_Webdeals @ Amazon

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Nilfisk C110 4-5 PC Xtra Compact High Pressure Washer with Patio Cleaner sold by maplin_delas. 30 day return to any maplin store. Cheapest you can find and with patio cleaner its a bargain. Key featur…
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Just ordered one of these last night but wondering now if I should cancel and get the Parkside one from Lidl this Thursday. Its £20 more but seems a better spec with a three year warranty. Anybody buy one before or advise which would be best? Cheers.
Lidl Power Washer

Edited By: devs1978 on Feb 27, 2017 16:34
Same price on the Maplin website. I had a Quidco offer for £5 off next order plus standard rate of 4.4%, so if all tracks will make this just over £52 delivered! Thanks op. Heat added.
have this from over 5 years ago, pressure washer going strong and reliable, but trigger handle and accessories break easily
It's also sold by Amazon at the same price
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Luiton LT-298 CB Radio 40 FM channels for use in the UK, £39.99 @ maplin

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• Multi-band CB radio for use in trucks, vans and other vehicles • 40 FM channels for use in the UK, with other options available for other countries • Four watt transmission power • Handheld mi…
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Oh yes Henry's of Edgware Road I remember them well. Also the Tandy stores selling the 'realistic' brand of CB's
PeterGalbavy
Ah, happy memories... Henry's of Edgware Road back in the day and their wonderful range of stuff I couldn't afford as a kid.
wow that caught me off guard.
i cant believe someone else remembers henrys electronics.
i was so young, opposite the vespa shop!
Proveright
Brings memories also. I did not realise they were still in use , along with the 8 track, etc. Can someone post if there are still enough users out there ? The Maplin set needs an aerial and a speaker. With a mobile phone you can be prosecuted in a vehicle if you are caught using it, with engine running. Does this law cover cb radio as well?
I think this like most other CB radios will have a built in speaker, the 3.5mm is just for connecting to external sound sources.
Biggunspaul
POWYSWALES
I always wanted a handheld so I could take it to school.
I had a handheld.

Would make me laugh as there would always be someone who would threaten to beat me up and say they are going to track me down,half an hour later they would be telling me how they are outside my house and could see my aerial,it was at this point I would have great pleasure in telling them to explain how they could see a handheld CB aerial from outside and to feel free to knock on the door lol

I can't stand bullies!. oO

You would have perhaps served yourself better to beat their a$$ raw with your portable aerial instead perhaps ..... :|
modelman
zx636r
I met my wife through CB radio........:(
So did I and we're now devoiced...:D , but my new wife isn't complaining..:p
Can't see to find channel Facebook on my old 80's set.

Hahahahaha you two!.

Looks like an 'upgrade' may be in order?, lol. ;-)
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TP-link smart home devices 10% off in maplin £22.45

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All of the TP-Link devices are 10% off at maplins until 15th March. Works flawlessly with amazon echo and within the free kasa app at home or when your out. Bought some TP-link wifi plugs last week… Read More
All of the TP-Link devices are 10% off at maplins until 15th March. Works flawlessly with amazon echo and within the free kasa app at home or when your out. Bought some TP-link wifi plugs last week…
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already posted

I can only see the wifi plugs posted but this for the whole tp link smart home range. Also to point out the led bulbs which are not released yet on amazon can be bought now at maplin.
already posted
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Hive Active Light 9w Warm White at Amazon sold by Maplin for £15.00

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Hive Active Light 9w Warm White, reduced from £19 to £15 This is from Maplin webdeals or Maplins own website
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Some people are unfortunate enough to have 2 heads but not Everyone has arms, hands, or indeed fingers!
Can't see the point in buying a hive plug for £39 when a TP LINK plug does the same without a hub for £22:50
£15 for a bulb. Really? Return on investment could be zero if it does not last 25,000 hours.
Many bulbs make such a claim and fail within a fraction of the quote life.



Edited By: Common.Sense on Feb 21, 2017 12:53: .
tightfistedone
Probably a bit brighter than the EXCELLENT 6Watt LED bulb from Poundland but NOT worth £15 for 3Watt more.

Did the Poundland version link to a home automation system?
Expect a reduction on some of the older Hive stuff soon, as there seems to be a new line on the way. A new active plug is showing on Amazon already:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hive-ICESMRTPLUG-Active-Plug/dp/B01N7L53TB/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1487675315&sr=8-2&keywords=active+plug
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Heavy Duty Multi Purpose Tool Bag £9.99 @ Maplin C&C

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As above. I reckon this is a great buy for an open tote style tool bag with great reviews. Also available on eBay Maplin store but you'll need another penny's worth or over to get it delivered… Read More
As above. I reckon this is a great buy for an open tote style tool bag with great reviews. Also available on eBay Maplin store but you'll need another penny's worth or over to get it delivered…
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Captain.Banana
SCOUSEKEVIN
Not as hard wearing or durable as the Stanley ones
... and not as expensive as the Stanley ones.
I bought a Stanley one for £14 so only a wee bit dearer and so far it has lasted 3 times longer LOL
SCOUSEKEVIN
Not as hard wearing or durable as the Stanley ones
... and not as expensive as the Stanley ones.
Not as hard wearing or durable as the Stanley ones

Edited By: SCOUSEKEVIN on Feb 17, 2017 20:39
good find PF, heat added :)
AndyRoyd
pennyfarthing88
Heavy Duty Multi Purpose Tool Bag £9.99 @ Maplin C&C
Yeah, a bit floppy and obscures vision but keeps the rain off your head when wearing as a hat. The plastic feet seem hardwearing but I tripped over a lot when wearing a pair of them instead of shoes. Can throw sandbags much further when placed inside. Perfect size for carrying a cat when it refuses to be walked on a lead any further. But absolutely useless as a stool.


Yeh I'd expect with material like that you'll be on 'Live at the Apollo" very soon indeed.

Truly top drawer comedy. (_;)
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TP-Link HS100 WiFi Smart Plug (Alexa Compatible) £22.49 Maplin

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I missed out on the Sainsburys £20 deal on this. But now Maplin have them reduced to £22.49 (already cheap) plus 4.4% quidco. EDIT: the 10% is already taken off - my bad sorry!
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Could you not just use Sonoff S20 WIFI Smart APP Remote Control Timer Socket if you only require control
from phone . Lot less only £10.44 of ebay
little_landy
Can someone tell me if you need a bridge or link for these?
No, they connect to your wifi network, no other box needed.
Can someone tell me if you need a bridge or link for these?
whoDboss
Aiadi
whoDboss
.Does this plug only work when connected to the home WiFi? I have tried to use from outside my home on other WiFi networks but it doesn't work. If it is possible to do so can someone please explain how to do it. Thanks
It needs to be always connected to the internet (via our wifi) but can be accessed from anywhere else where you have internet access provided that you are logged into your Kasa account as it is their server that actually controls your plug.
My verification email link expired so I was unable to verify. Please can you inform of how to how the email resent. I think due to non verification I'm not being able to use all functions. Your help is appreciated

Have you looked at this:

http://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-948.html
Aiadi
whoDboss
.Does this plug only work when connected to the home WiFi? I have tried to use from outside my home on other WiFi networks but it doesn't work. If it is possible to do so can someone please explain how to do it. Thanks
It needs to be always connected to the internet (via our wifi) but can be accessed from anywhere else where you have internet access provided that you are logged into your Kasa account as it is their server that actually controls your plug.


My verification email link expired so I was unable to verify. Please can you inform of how to how the email resent. I think due to non verification I'm not being able to use all functions. Your help is appreciated
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Hive Active Heating with Installation - £210.00 at Maplin

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Maplin are seemingly matching the recent Amazon offer of a Hive Active Heating system professionally installed for £210 Read More
Maplin are seemingly matching the recent Amazon offer of a Hive Active Heating system professionally installed for £210
mgowans Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago15 Comments
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Maniek133
Have a look at Heat Genius
If you suggest something, perhaps you could also share a link to whatever it is that you are suggesting?
Just a suggestion...
Just type 'heat genius' into google, it's not hard
It's equally not that difficult to add a link if you suggest something to others. Why do a half-assed job?

Most pointless argument of the day. It's not a job, it's a forum for deals.
pnaylor39
having researched both I went with Nest. Nest learns and adapts to you behaviour . Nest support is better. Hive support shocking couldn't even tell me if my system was compatible suggested I go to trouble of paying for install and if couldn't install they would refund me ( doubt retailer where bought would be as understanding. whereas Nest was able to tell me straight away. Nest App more intuitive & better supported on Google play . Hive doesn't respond to customer concerns . had Nest 2 weeks and had started to learn our behaviour - get more accurate over time.

Might be a stupid question here - but what behaviour is it learning? Assuming we're talking about a thermostat here, I just use my Hive to turn heating on/off from my phone. It's a genuine question though as about to move house to somewhere with no Hive so will be getting one or the other.
solid
windta1ker
solid
Maniek133
Have a look at Heat Genius
If you suggest something, perhaps you could also share a link to whatever it is that you are suggesting?
Just a suggestion...
Just type 'heat genius' into google, it's not hard
It's equally not that difficult to add a link if you suggest something to others. Why do a half-assed job?


Guess we just live in an imperfect world
windta1ker
solid
Maniek133
Have a look at Heat Genius
If you suggest something, perhaps you could also share a link to whatever it is that you are suggesting?
Just a suggestion...
Just type 'heat genius' into google, it's not hard
It's equally not that difficult to add a link if you suggest something to others. Why do a half-assed job?
solid
Maniek133
Have a look at Heat Genius
If you suggest something, perhaps you could also share a link to whatever it is that you are suggesting?
Just a suggestion...


Just type 'heat genius' into google, it's not hard
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170W Variable Speed Rotary Tool with LCD and 219-Piece Accessory Set - £24.99 @ Maplin

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Seems like a good deal. Went to 297° at £29.99 9 months ago. Read More
Seems like a good deal. Went to 297° at £29.99 9 months ago.
richard_ha Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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price raised to 49.99
Shows £49.99 now
Anyone know if these will work with dremel accessories like the plunge router
I put all sorts of info on an older Deal post about this (wondering aloud if you can change the carbon brushes on this, like Dremel - Maplin said No but not sure I trust their Q&A responses, they're not always accurate and people chime in with conflicting advice!) - on Post #7 http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/170w-variable-speed-8-000-35-000rpm-rotary-tool-with-lcd-display-219-piece-accessory-2447830
Purchased one thanks and recieved a £3 voucher off next purchase
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Microsoft Sculpt Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard £9.99 @ Maplin

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Great price for a nice little keyboard for PC, tablet or phone - Microsoft Sculpt Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard for £9.99 with free click and collect. Read More
Great price for a nice little keyboard for PC, tablet or phone - Microsoft Sculpt Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard for £9.99 with free click and collect.
paulobrien Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago15 Comments
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If you pop into your local Maplin store they can get it transferred from an available store free of charge to that store or your address if you pay for the item.
They call it the sculpt but in reality it's just defect normal keyboard X)
OOS! :(
who said its grim up north? theres 1 in glasgow as well!
Can't ordered for C&c guttediam but adding heat for deal
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9 in 1 Pen Screwdriver - Maplin - 99p

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£0.99 @ Maplin
Ive had to replace the SSD in my laptop very recently and i found this very cheap screwdriver set. Free C&C @Maplin. I hope it helps someone. Contents: 1 x aluminium screwdriver handle 2 x slo… Read More
Ive had to replace the SSD in my laptop very recently and i found this very cheap screwdriver set. Free C&C @Maplin. I hope it helps someone. Contents: 1 x aluminium screwdriver handle 2 x slo…
andreasuk Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago16 Comments
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No idea why people continue to waste their hard earned pennies on these cracker fillers. Especially when you can get something decent for just a couple of quid more.

Edited By: ScoobyStoo on Feb 04, 2017 09:31: typo
shutl not available?
My mother bought me one of these from Lakeland a few months back as a Christmas present. It is absolute rubbish, cheap build quality and covered in manufacturing scratches straight out of the box. Haven't used it once, complete waste of money. What makes it worse is i think she paid more than £4 for it. (Wouldn't surprise me considering it came from Lakeland, utter rip-off merchants!)
I have two of these but I'm pretty certain this is regular price. Good for small things like taking out hard drive screws in a computer or laptop but don't bother using it for other things.
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Mine was good as well..kind of surprised that some people had bad experiences.


Was? As in past tense, you don't have anymore?


As in, you don't have one anymore?
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Sony Playstation 4 Slim 500GB £209.99 @ Maplin

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Good price for a brand new PS4 Slim Available with Free Delivery or Click & Collect Also the Wolverhampton store has 2 in stock, so if your in that area then you can just walk in and grab it Read More
Good price for a brand new PS4 Slim Available with Free Delivery or Click & Collect Also the Wolverhampton store has 2 in stock, so if your in that area then you can just walk in and grab it
Neostar Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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I guess people prefer to take a chance with Grainger Games :(
Heat added mate. Also would wish to add its £198.99 from Grainger Games if anyone fancies.

http://www.graingergames.co.uk/consoles/ps4/g50913-playstation-4-console-slim-500gb
1TB Lego Star Wars bundle for only £10 more at Shopto