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15% Off at Pimoroni eg: Raspberry Pi Zero £5.91 @ Pimoroni (Use Code HELLYEAH)

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Update: It's 15% discount site wide with the code HELLYEAH. Seems to be a decent price. It's Bank Holiday weekend! Use code "HELLYEAH" during checkout for 15% off your order until midnight Monda…
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Has anyone managed to set one up as a VPN server using OpenVPN? I've followed several guides (including the one Kate Russell did on the BBC website) but just can get it to work.
Yes I have. Mine has the following features; (1) in order to go through the VPN just change the gateway on your client device to that of the RPiZero. (2) ensures DNS records don't 'leak' (3) built in internet kill switch: if the VPN goes down, then client devices will have absolutely no internet access.
I've not seen any of the tutorials as I'm 'fluent' in linux, so already knew how to do it. If you need any assistance just give me a shout and I'll try and identify where you're going wrong. PM is probably best :)
Thank you really appreciate the help. It's been a few months since I last tried to set it up so will give it another go.
If I remember correctly I managed to get everything on the rpi completed ok but just could not get the OpenVPN app on my phone or my laptop to connect. The app on the phone I think said something about a parsing error. I googled it and managed to find someone else with the same issue but no resolution.
I'll give it another go and see what happens this time and give you a shout. Thank you.
I want the vpn set up so I can access my nas remotely and also use my internet connection when out using unsecured wifi elsewhere. Also when people are babysitting for my kids they always have some tv issue so if on the vpn I can use my phone to operate the tv, av receiver and even Fire TV etc.
Ah, I misread your initial post. You want to set up a server within your local network. You know it's not required to connect remotely to a home network to do many of the things you mention? You could just set up port forwarding on your router and have done with it! Might be an easier alternative :)
​It sounds like xeroc really does want a VPN. Wants to control home devices direct from smartphone, for which phone must presumably be on the local LAN...

Not necessarily. You could achieve similar, though without the encryption element and potentially at greater risk to your network, by simply port forwarding each device from the LAN over the WAN. Easier to set up. Granted, nowhere near as flexible.


​No it is not the same. The app for controlling the smart TV will expext the TV to be on the same lan as the phone, not least because it will likely find the TV by lan broadcast. Requires the phone to be on the local lan, either directly or by VPN.

You might persuade the app to operate through a forwarded port, by explicitly telling it that the TV is on your external home IP address or similar. Not too likely to work (unless the app is designed for remote operation, but I don't think they are). Personally I would not find it acceptable from a security perspective to leave the port open.
RiverDragon8
fishmaster
RiverDragon8
Seriously whats wrong with you? You come on here pretending to know whats what and get found out. I was nice enough to do that youtube video to show how to get free TV series/movies because you've been living under a rock all this time in denial.
The reason I use paradox build is because I've tried 10 different builds and I think personally paradox is the best (It's normal for Kodi fans to mess around with different builds). I use wookie build on SPMC as backup. It's obvious to anyone that your clueless about Kodi addons from this post and other posts you bad mouthed Kodi on. If you don't know something why on earth would you come on here and pretend that you do. Stop with the BS. You have to be mentally ill to carry on with this charade otherwise why would you carry on with the pretence.
I'm saying that Plex + Mobdro works for me. Kodi obviously works for you and thanks for the video. Yes I have learnt something today, I've learnt of some new Kodi addons and I've already started to explore it further by installing Kodi on my Galaxy S6 and played around with some of the addons. It won't replace Mobdro on my phone though, Mobdro is built for the task and does it better than Kodi at least on my phone it does. I'll test Kodi default install with a couple of the addons and see how it fares on my Amazon Firestick. I also have an Nvidia TV Shield which I'll also test it on.
Go to 123 movies and bring up the menu then click on Add-on settings/TV-Shows/Enable TV-Shows/OK

I didn't find the option there, but I found it in System/Addon Browser/My Add-ons/Video Add-ons > 123Movies (right clicked on it) Configure/TV Shows (tab) and enabled it there.
fishmaster
RiverDragon8
Seriously whats wrong with you? You come on here pretending to know whats what and get found out. I was nice enough to do that youtube video to show how to get free TV series/movies because you've been living under a rock all this time in denial.
The reason I use paradox build is because I've tried 10 different builds and I think personally paradox is the best (It's normal for Kodi fans to mess around with different builds). I use wookie build on SPMC as backup. It's obvious to anyone that your clueless about Kodi addons from this post and other posts you bad mouthed Kodi on. If you don't know something why on earth would you come on here and pretend that you do. Stop with the BS. You have to be mentally ill to carry on with this charade otherwise why would you carry on with the pretence.
I'm saying that Plex + Mobdro works for me. Kodi obviously works for you and thanks for the video. Yes I have learnt something today, I've learnt of some new Kodi addons and I've already started to explore it further by installing Kodi on my Galaxy S6 and played around with some of the addons. It won't replace Mobdro on my phone though, Mobdro is built for the task and does it better than Kodi at least on my phone it does. I'll test Kodi default install with a couple of the addons and see how it fares on my Amazon Firestick. I also have an Nvidia TV Shield which I'll also test it on.
Go to 123 movies and bring up the menu then click on Add-on settings/TV-Shows/Enable TV-Shows/OK
HD Box and Movie Vault is also one click play for movies.


Edited By: RiverDragon8 on Aug 29, 2016 22:46: edit
RiverDragon8
Seriously whats wrong with you? You come on here pretending to know whats what and get found out. I was nice enough to do that youtube video to show how to get free TV series/movies because you've been living under a rock all this time in denial.
The reason I use paradox build is because I've tried 10 different builds and I think personally paradox is the best (It's normal for Kodi fans to mess around with different builds). I use wookie build on SPMC as backup. It's obvious to anyone that your clueless about Kodi addons from this post and other posts you bad mouthed Kodi on. If you don't know something why on earth would you come on here and pretend that you do. Stop with the BS. You have to be mentally ill to carry on with this charade otherwise why would you carry on with the pretence.

I'm saying that Plex + Mobdro works for me. Kodi obviously works for you and thanks for the video. Yes I have learnt something today, I've learnt of some new Kodi addons and I've already started to explore it further by installing Kodi on my Galaxy S6 and played around with some of the addons. It won't replace Mobdro on my phone though, Mobdro is built for the task and does it better than Kodi at least on my phone it does. I'll test Kodi default install with a couple of the addons and see how it fares on my Amazon Firestick. I also have an Nvidia TV Shield which I'll also test it on.
Seriously whats wrong with you? You come on here pretending to know whats what and get found out. I was nice enough to do that youtube video to show how to get free TV series/movies because you've been living under a rock all this time in denial.
The reason I use paradox build is because I've tried 10 different builds and I think personally paradox is the best (It's normal for Kodi fans to mess around with different builds). I use wookie build on SPMC as backup. It's obvious to anyone that your clueless about Kodi addons from this post and other posts you bad mouthed Kodi on. If you don't know something why on earth would you come on here and pretend that you do. Stop with the BS. You have to be mentally ill to carry on with this charade otherwise why would you carry on with the pretence.
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Raspberry Pi 3 $37.80/28.66 (£26.51 with 7.5% cashback) @aliexpress+quidco officially authorized element14 vendors

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officially authorized element14 vendors Guaranteed original they have a certificate I'll put up 729 orders and with 349 votes giving it 4.9 stars waiting times I think are two weeks. Otherwise Its…
Enterpart Avatar6d, 19h agoFound 6 days, 19 hours ago10 Comments
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Just an update for those interested, my quidco didnt track on this order and Im putting in a manual claim. will report back
tippyjames
Enterpart
Ian2014
£29-91 at Amazon. If it comes from China there is a risk of VAT and customs charges
valid points, a package this small will get past customs 99.99% of time. Also the vendors put on gift below $10 with items like these.
Wouldn't count on it. The tagline "electronics" on the sticker would give it away to requiring greater scrutiny.
im sorry but your wrong, if youve ordered anything from china you would know im not ecaggerating about 99.99 %. go check all aliexpress deals on hukd, i dont c one person saying they got hit by customs. ive ordered a phone and mothing, anyway its fine.
Enterpart
Ian2014
£29-91 at Amazon. If it comes from China there is a risk of VAT and customs charges
valid points, a package this small will get past customs 99.99% of time. Also the vendors put on gift below $10 with items like these.


Wouldn't count on it. The tagline "electronics" on the sticker would give it away to requiring greater scrutiny.
Ian2014
I would be the 0.01% (_;)
lol dont say that ive ordered it arghh
I would be the 0.01% (_;)
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Raspberry Pi 3+Case+HDMI+8G Card+5V 2.5A power adapter+2.4G wireless keyboard £45.42 (£42.55 with quidco) @ aliexpress quidco

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Included in Package : 1pcs*raspberry pi 3 board 1pcs*Offiical case 1pcs* 8GB sd card 1pcs* HDMI cable 30cm 1pcs*5V2.5A power charger 1pcs*2.4G wireless keyboard(don't with battary) I think yo…
Enterpart Avatar6d, 21h agoFound 6 days, 21 hours ago9 Comments
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Gers1969
Looks like standard USB charger. Mini or micro? Most people likely to have one (inc plug) already!
It's a mini, but needs to be high Amp - the recommended supply is 2.5a
I got the amazon bundle (which is currently £41.50 without hdmi/keyboard) and bought a keyboard very similar to the one included in this for £10. I would recommend getting it there because of better customer service, you get the official raspberry case and charger (which comes with UK, US and Euro attachments) and a 16gb sd card. It would cost £6-£10 more but for peace of mind I think it's worth it. :) (Heat added btw)
The case costs 0.66p with free shipping oO + you cant put anything on top (hats? expansion cards?)
The mini keyboard is OK, you can use it on PC too (AFAIK)
yeah its a phone charger so yeah if you already got a phone charger then it should be okay. But the new Pi3 has more power requirements so the 5V 2.5A (phone chargers are around 1 A or below) should be better. You could just get an adapter from poundland
Looks like standard USB charger. Mini or micro? Most people likely to have one (inc plug) already!
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Birds Eye original arctic roll raspberry 260g now £1.00 (was 2.55) @ waitrose

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Vanilla flavoured ice-cream rippled and coated with raspberry flavoured sauce wrapped in sponge cake.
j0sentina Avatar1w, 13h agoFound 1 week, 13 hours ago4 Comments
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£2.55 BLOODY HELL WAITROSE
Farm Foods have been selling these for £1 for some time. Not sure where the £2.55 price tag came from but it is Waitrose I guess. Sorry but COLD for me (excuse the pun).
Was £2.55???
Always available for £1 in one of the supermarkets or freezer shops.
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Raspberry Ripple Pie 436g 50p Asda

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Asda Eastlands, Raspberry Ripple Pie RRP £3.00 Reduced To 50 Pence
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praevalens
Can this run kodi?


​No. You need the RasRip Add-on for that
praevalens
Can this run kodi?
Underated post :)
Can this run kodi?
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Mr. Kipling Exceedingly Good... Golden Syrup / Lemon / Cherry Bakewell / Raspberry Sponge Puddings (2 x 95g) ONLY £1.00 @ Asda

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Mr. Kipling Exceedingly Good... Golden Syrup / Lemon / Cherry Bakewell / Raspberry Sponge Puddings (2 x 95g) ONLY £1.00 Morrisons £1.67 Ocado / Tesco / Waitrose all £1.69 Sainsbury's £1.70
rubberbullets Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago2 Comments
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Cheaper to make your own.

Ingredients
Serves: 4
50g (2 oz) butter
50g (2 oz) caster sugar
50g (2 oz) self raising flour
1 medium egg, beaten
2 tablespoons milk
2 tablespoons of jam or syrup

Method
Prep:10min › Cook:3min › Ready in:13min
In a medium bowl, cream together the butter and sugar until smooth.
Mix in the egg and milk gradually, so as not to curdle the butter.
Sift in the flour, and fold in gently.
Put 2 tablespoons of golden syrup, treacle or jam in bottom of microwave-safe bowl. Pour in batter.
Cover, and cook in the microwave for 3 1/2 minutes on full powder, or until the pudding appears set when gently jiggled, and the top is sticky. Serve hot.

Yeah. I went there! 8)
Always £1 in pound land
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Raspberry Pi 3 Model B for £29.97 @ Amazon Sold by LB INTL and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Hey guys. Amazon sells the Raspberry Pi 3 for £29.97. Platform: raspberry Pi • Manufacturer: raspberry Pi • Type: motherboard • SoC: Broadcom BCM2837, 4x 1.20GHz (ARM Cortex-A53) • Memory: 1GB L…
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For most I think this is a better option. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01CI5879A/
£41.64 inc an official 2.5a charger, case and a 16Gb Class 10 card.

Thanks so much for bringing my attention to this. I got one on Saturday and it's already proving useful as a retro gaming box and digital vinyl ripper. Great performance for such a tiny, easily powered machine.
Uridium
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bigjeremy
I quiet like the look of these chips on kickstarter , not as powerfull as a rp3 but look intersting as has linux on board? , ideal for small projects perhaps.https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/onion/omega2-5-iot-computer-with-wi-fi-powered-by-linux?ref=email
but how do get hold of one of these then?
Pledge some cash as a backer $5 will get you an Omega2, $9 will get you an Omega2+
(caveat as always with a kickstart project is that if they don't get enough funding or the project doesn't surface you lose your cash and don't get anything)
Why have you had personal experience then? did you get sent one?
i have an omega first version. very good
leeparsons
bigjeremy
I quiet like the look of these chips on kickstarter , not as powerfull as a rp3 but look intersting as has linux on board? , ideal for small projects perhaps.https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/onion/omega2-5-iot-computer-with-wi-fi-powered-by-linux?ref=email
but how do get hold of one of these then?

Pledge some cash as a backer $5 will get you an Omega2, $9 will get you an Omega2+

(caveat as always with a kickstart project is that if they don't get enough funding or the project doesn't surface you lose your cash and don't get anything)
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Argos RSPCA Donut Dog Bed reduced to £14.99

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Argos have reduced this extra large dog bed from £39.99 to £14.99. Looks an ok bed if you were after a cheap one.
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My dogs wouldn't sleep on that it's ugly lol
cornishscouse
Got a new bed for my sprollie a couple of years back, he was about 8 yrs old, he wouldn't look at it, slept anywhere else but his new bed. Had the old one in the garage ready to throw away, i put it back in the house next to his new bed and he walked over, sniffed it, then laid down on it . Sold the new one at a carboot sale. Reminds me of harvey the dog on the tv adverts. He still has his bed and he's 11 now. Thats him in the picture at 4-5 months old fallen asleep on his food bowl after a hard days play.

sprollie said: wuff bed, mate - I donut like it
I don't have a doughnut dog - what do they look like? Also unless you're claiming to make bread from do - it isn't "donut".
banned
Good price
Got a new bed for my sprollie a couple of years back, he was about 8 yrs old, he wouldn't look at it, slept anywhere else but his new bed. Had the old one in the garage ready to throw away, i put it back in the house next to his new bed and he walked over, sniffed it, then laid down on it . Sold the new one at a carboot sale. Reminds me of harvey the dog on the tv adverts. He still has his bed and he's 11 now. Thats him in the picture at 4-5 months old fallen asleep on his food bowl after a hard days play.
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Nestlé Munch Bunch Strawberry, Raspberry and Apricot (6 x 42g = 252g) 75p at Iceland

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Currently 2 for £2 at Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, Ocacdo and £1 at Sainsburys
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Bristows Blue Raspberry Chewy Bonbons 170 g (Pack of 12) - Amazon Add on £3.24

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12 packs for £3.24 as an Amazon add on, works out 27p a packet. Packed with Amazing Sour Flavour Blue Raspberry is an awakening for the Senses With the Additional Fun of being a Tongue Painter th…
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These are yummy. Thanks OP
Hassann, looking at the ingredients, these are definitely not suitable for Vegetarians
Ingredients
Sugar, Glucose Syrup, Palm Oil, Citric Acid, Humectant: Sorbitol; Pork Gelatine, Dextrose, Natural Flavouring, Colour: E133; Emulsifier: Soya Lecithin.
Are these vegetarian? Can't find info for these anywhere
Usually dispatched within 1-3 weeks ;)
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Raspberry Pi 2 Starter Kit Second Generation 1GB RAM Quad-Core ARM Cortex at Currys Ebay - £34.99

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Specification Type: Raspberry Pi 2 starter kit Processor: ARM Cortex Processor, Quad-core Memory (RAM): 1 GB Storagemicro: SD card Ethernet: Yes USB: USB 2.0 x 4 V…
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M0nk3h
an play HEVC files fine apparently compared to the Pi 2.
Got a source for this? I've read otherwise on the osmc forums
Sure. Although it's no official source, it's on the official Kodi forums. Not tried it myself but seen some results. Hit and miss I think.http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?pid=2295012
Post 8 describes no issues with playing 720p HEVC content but 1080p HEVC apparently struggles.
Post 10 describes that they play fine after the start and provides the settings he uses for overclocking.
A post on OSMC suggests after OClocking too, they were able to play HEVC.https://discourse.osmc.tv/t/pi-3-h265-playback-experience/14439/3

Thanks for taking the time to reply, very helpful
New2Deals
M0nk3h
an play HEVC files fine apparently compared to the Pi 2.
Got a source for this? I've read otherwise on the osmc forums

Sure. Although it's no official source, it's on the official Kodi forums. Not tried it myself but seen some results. Hit and miss I think.

http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?pid=2295012

Post 8 describes no issues with playing 720p HEVC content but 1080p HEVC apparently struggles.

Post 10 describes that they play fine after the start and provides the settings he uses for overclocking.

A post on OSMC suggests after OClocking too, they were able to play HEVC.

https://discourse.osmc.tv/t/pi-3-h265-playback-experience/14439/3
M0nk3h
an play HEVC files fine apparently compared to the Pi 2.

Got a source for this? I've read otherwise on the osmc forums
dt_matthews
Id go for a pi3 kit, not much more expensive, worthwhile performance/hardware gains, unless that is irrelevant for what you will be using ot for.

Agreed. You get Wi-Fi and BT4 included and, if overclocked, can play HEVC files fine apparently compared to the Pi 2.
Id go for a pi3 kit, not much more expensive, worthwhile performance/hardware gains, unless that is irrelevant for what you will be using ot for.
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Baylis & Harding Wild Rose and Raspberry Leaf Shower Creme, 500ml Amazon Add On - £1.32

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Product Description Baylis & Harding wild rose and raspberry shower creme is luxurious.
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Same price in Supedrug, with more variety.
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Kodi Edition Raspberry Pi Aluminium Case - £16.00 @ The Pi Hut

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Won't be for everybody but the combination of an aluminium housing, cool Kodi logo, slot in a few seconds assembly and special edition run might make it worth the money to some. A percentage of eve…
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If I didn't already have a nice case I would buy it, just to support Kodi for all the good work they have done, so its hot from me.
Sure, you can get cheaper perspex cases if you like, but this is a nice case.
And what so cold about it?
I have one of the earlier version of this. Same shape just without the branding. Its a nice case and the Pi CPU is physically attached to the case via a silicon pad. This turns the whole case into a heatsink.
Worth a look especially if you have the Pi 3 which can have thermal issues.
Reigan
So not worth it just get a good case and kodi sticker.

That is an option.
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Raspberry Pi 3 starter kit £43.35 Sold by Almost Anything Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon £41.50

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Great deal on a raspberry pi 3 starter kit, I highly recommend this as the pi can be used for numerous things. I paid £10 more for this exact kit a couple of weeks ago.
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Price now reduced to £41.50 for the 16gb black, and white starter kits.
£41.89 now for white..
ordered a couple of these with the black cases, did this in the very early hours of 16 aug, today is 17 aug and they arrived at work on the standard free delivery. very nice surprise. decent price considering it comes with official case and power adapters and preloaded micro sd cards thrown in. I've ordered one for myself as a "spare" and another for a friend who's into retro gaming. I've set these up for Kodi also to use as a streaming device, the built in wifi is very useful, although i think a hacked Amazon Fire TV stick may be better as it comes with a remote control.
azeDmon
any good links to start off? thx


Ask Google.
li0nhead
So what do you do with your PI? Just looking for ideas.


​Ever heard of Google?
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Raspberry vodka liquor £9.99 @ Aldi

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Aldi have a 70cl of raspberry vodka for under £10. Good price for flavoured vodka and tastes lovely with lemonade. Not online, only in store
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20% I dont see how this can even be classed as vodka, surely its raspberry liquer
had a lemon one of these it was too sweet but got me ****
It's 20 percent and tastes too sweet with processco . It might go well with lemonade but I've not tried it yet
AVANTIME
What is the alcoholic proof please?
That's what I was wondering, if its something like 20% then deal is stone cold.

Edited By: MonkeysUncle on Jul 31, 2016 09:09
The alcoholic proof is in the pudding
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Raspberry Pi Zero for £6.10 incl. delivery (using code) @ Pimoroni

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Hey guys. There is 10% off on every product @ Pimonori with the code "CANDY". You get the Pi Zero for £6.10 incl. delivery - should be the lowest price ever. Platform: raspberry Pi • Manufacture…
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doomchanter
Can anyone tell me if this is okay to stash this in the same drawer as all the arduino unos / clones / stm8 etc etc that I have bought for no apparent reason.


​yes,excellent idea. I did the same with my science of Cambridge mk14 in the early eighties. Only to dig it out again 5 years ago and flog it for £350!, You never know?
ordered
Can anyone tell me if this is okay to stash this in the same drawer as all the arduino unos / clones / stm8 etc etc that I have bought for no apparent reason.
fishmaster
Kodi is the lowest common denominator in modern computing, it's as ubiquitous as stupidity which is handy as there's common ground there.

amen brother! so many people buy a pi just to play some movies, and completely miss the point that they have a full linux server/desktop, photography/video, emulation and electronics platform sitting there. even worse you have the morons that just want to put windows on it.
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Flambo
fishmaster
Kodi is single handedly the lamest idea anyone could come with with for putting a Raspberry Pi to use.
Debatable, they're not particularly good door stops or paperweights.
Ah there's no other use for a Raspberry Pi other than Kodi is what you're saying. Which is of course totally untrue. If you can't think of a use for a Rasp Pi other than Kodi then you don't need a Rasp Pi.
Kodi is the lowest common denominator in modern computing, it's as ubiquitous as stupidity which is handy as there's common ground there.

What I'm trying to say is; most RPis are quite small and compact, they're quite good at not occupying space at the back of the cupboard or the bottom of a drawer, the number of RPis fulfilling this role corroborates with this hypothesis, thus one may conclude that RPis are good for occupying a desk drawer or cupboard. On the other hand, the small size and mass of the RPi, particularly the Zero, doesn't lend well for keeping a door open or stopping the wind from un-stacking a neatly stacked, stack of A4 paper.

Evidently, there are quite a number of RPis used for Kodi, however, if the fate of Kodi RPis are followed for a another few weeks or at most months, they will invariably be consigned to the bottom of a drawer or cupboard. This corroborates with the assertion that "Kodi is the lowest common denominator in modern computing" (fishmaster, 2016) .

Further evaluation on the possible uses and the eventual fate of the RPi is recommended.
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Raspberry Pi 3 model b @ Amazon for £30.75 Sold by kent photo and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Amazon prime next day delivery. Fulfilled by Amazon. Pretty good price. The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B is the third generation Raspberry Pi. This powerful credit-card sized single board computer can b…
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£30.25 now
ra11
is this still limited to 1080p? looking at a Win10 box 4k for £52
Yes the Video core is not changed the Max resolution is 1080p but of course lower options are available with the upper limit of 1080p. I have to say I've a high end set up (1080p) with 7.1 active and external decoder and the image and sound from the RP1, RP2 and RP3 is stunning. Make sure if you are using Kodi you enable the external decoding of audio as the default is downsample to 2 chan. For HD video via USB the Freeveiw HD sticks start at £15 or £3 for SD. Nice feature of Kodi and TVHeadend is the recordings are unencrypted.

Edited By: frownbreaker on Aug 02, 2016 17:26
ibiza
I have one I was given as a present but its still sitting in the box.

Years ago I used to write computer games (6502 so really years ago), can these be easily set up to emulate 1980s games machines?


​check out Retro Pie
I have one I was given as a present but its still sitting in the box.

Years ago I used to write computer games (6502 so really years ago), can these be easily set up to emulate 1980s games machines?
Still waiting for Google to release official Android on it and Microsoft to release proper Windows 10 on it, apparently both are in the works.
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Waitrose Seriously Fruity Mango & Lime or Raspberry Coulis (200g) was £1.99 now (BOGOF) @ Waitrose

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Waitrose Seriously Fruity Mango & Lime or Raspberry Coulis (200g) was £1.99 now (BOGOF) Ingredients Mango puree (93%), lime juice (7%), antioxidant ascorbic acid Ingredients Raspberry pure…
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Awful taste!
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Del Monte Raspberry Smoothie Lollies (3 x 90ml) was £2.49 now £1.24 @ Ocado

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Last chance offer deal ends TUESDAY 26th July Del Monte Raspberry Smoothie Lollies (3 x 90ml) was £2.49 now £1.24 Categories Frozen / Ice Cream / Ice Lollies Hello Summer / Hell…
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PRICE ERROR- Pink Raspberry Magnum £1.60 scanning at 44p Sainsburys - Earls Court

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My first deal ;) Just went to local Earls Court Sainsburys and realised that Magnum Pink ice cream is labeled as £1.60, but scanned at only 44p at self checkout. Not sure if store specific or nationa…
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Tried today and they're back to £1.60
Aww love these back to £3 were £2 but 44p wow
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who would pay 1.60 in the first place?..
I thought this was for a pack of 4 - you saying it's just ONE ice cream?!? oO
Voted hot (by mistake).
usually £2 for a 3 pack, go figure
snowflake75
who would pay 1.60 in the first place?..

I thought this was for a pack of 4 - you saying it's just ONE ice cream?!? oO

Voted hot (by mistake).
RAFAVDV
These are nasty.
They are, absolutely vile.
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Media remote (compatible with Xbox One & Raspberry Pi) for £3.22 incl. delivery @ Gearbest

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Hey guys. Cheapest I have seen so far: you get the (xbox) media remote for £3.22 @ Gearbest. How to: - register with a new account using 10minutemail - subscribe for the newsletter - upload a…
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How is this useful for RPi? Does it come with an IR USB dongle?
No it does not - I just found out the hard way after buying two of these...
I dont know why RPI is even tagged.
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Good price, I'm using this one (the original remote with my Beelink MiniMXIII is a bit flimsy) - these are around £6 on ebayhttp://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTUwMFgxNTAw/z/o2wAAOSwUUdXD0Zg/$_57.JPG
Got this to test out for my niece, ended up buying myself one. Good reviews on Amazon.
Where did you find this for £6. Most I find are £10+
Cheers
£5.99 from UK here http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/182198999594
I now have two versions of these. Seems the black with green font has a MiniUSB input to charge with, which is a bit of a pain - the black with blue font uses MicroUSB. They both come with cables though.
They have a Nokia-esque rechargeable battery, took a picture on the Beelink thread a few days ago http://i.imgur.com/IgCr1VC.jpg?1 (that's the black/blue font version, in the ebay link above). Also, when you take the rechargeable cell out, there's horizontal slots for 2 x AAA batteries underneath.
Edit: Just realised captainbeaky put the same link I did - I looked up the definitions and sorted pricing and everything, that's what I get for not checking links in replies :p
Another Edit: I can see it from £4.85 if you don't mind waiting for China post http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/122045667991
Many thanks Louisex2 ;)
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Good price, I'm using this one (the original remote with my Beelink MiniMXIII is a bit flimsy) - these are around £6 on ebayhttp://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTUwMFgxNTAw/z/o2wAAOSwUUdXD0Zg/$_57.JPG
Got this to test out for my niece, ended up buying myself one. Good reviews on Amazon.
Where did you find this for £6. Most I find are £10+
Cheers
£5.99 from UK here http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/182198999594

I now have two versions of these. Seems the black with green font has a MiniUSB input to charge with, which is a bit of a pain - the black with blue font uses MicroUSB. They both come with cables though.

They have a Nokia-esque rechargeable battery, took a picture on the Beelink thread a few days ago http://i.imgur.com/IgCr1VC.jpg?1 (that's the black/blue font version, in the ebay link above). Also, when you take the rechargeable cell out, there's horizontal slots for 2 x AAA batteries underneath.

Edit: Just realised captainbeaky put the same link I did - I looked up the definitions and sorted pricing and everything, that's what I get for not checking links in replies :p

Another Edit: I can see it from £4.85 if you don't mind waiting for China post http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/122045667991

Edited By: louiselouise on Jul 19, 2016 19:01: a
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louiselouise
Good price, I'm using this one (the original remote with my Beelink MiniMXIII is a bit flimsy) - these are around £6 on ebayhttp://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTUwMFgxNTAw/z/o2wAAOSwUUdXD0Zg/$_57.JPG
Got this to test out for my niece, ended up buying myself one. Good reviews on Amazon.
​this is a one-handed media remote control, that is a two-handed mini keyboard with integrated trackpad. it is like comparing apples and pears
Okayyyy...The Beelink box I have came with a one-handed remote similar to the one in this Deal, which is why I mentioned it. Before I was using a wireless Logitech keyboard and mouse - more cumbersome. Was only trying to be helpful!

And you can break with convention and use it with one hand if you wish ;)
surfer69
louiselouise
Good price, I'm using this one (the original remote with my Beelink MiniMXIII is a bit flimsy) - these are around £6 on ebayhttp://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTUwMFgxNTAw/z/o2wAAOSwUUdXD0Zg/$_57.JPG
Got this to test out for my niece, ended up buying myself one. Good reviews on Amazon.
Where did you find this for £6. Most I find are £10+
Cheers
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2-4G-Wireless-Air-Keyboard-Mouse-Qwerty-Remote-Touchpad-XBMC-Android-TV-BOX-PC-/182198999594?hash=item2a6be81a2ag

£5.99 from UK seller on eBay
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This Week’s Shopitize Offers – 13th July 2016: Ambrosia Tapioca 385g - 50p (15p) @ Asda; Cadbury Raspberry Mini Roll (x5) - £1 (45p) @ Morrisons; Mixed Peppers (x3) - 85p (50p) @ Asda/Tesco;

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This week's Shopitize offers starting Wednesday 13th July 2016 – Tuesday 19th July 2016 Best Buys 50p and under * Ambrosia Tapioca 385g - 50p @ Asda Claim 35p cash back = 15p * Cadbury Rasp…
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Hello - just curious, I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 and Shopitize has just stopped working now (previously worked for over a year). Tried installing on a different phone... but it's also a Samsung Galaxy S3, and even with a new account it does the same error so cannot submit any receipts anymore.
What phones do others use for it, I am presuming Shopitize is now just not working with the Samsung Galaxy S3, maybe due to an update a while ago (assuming from comments on Google Play, another user on same phone said it stopped after update). What phone do others use? PM me if you don't want to post on here as it may fill the thread with nonsense...
Thanks :)
I'm having the same kind of problems with an S3. After many attempts, I did manage to submit 2 receipts tonight, but then it didn't recognise it was from the Coop, and asked me to resnap :(
I've just posted a question on their website detailing the issues I'm having, and suggesting they make the previous version of the app available, so folks with this problem can 'downgrade' back to one that worked.
Curses... Sounds like it is a S3 issue then. If you have a pic of the receipt and email them they will eventually do it, but if you email twice several days apart they're likely to reply to the later one not the first. If you can mark it for them to review.. It will work, and even if not they do eventually.
I'd submitted via iPad, but awful photos... So neither of my two receipts recognised. Marked for them to check, they did... But only accepted some items on second receipt. So emailed them saying it might be crap pics, submitting better ones, and it was sorted.
The hunt continues for a new phone. Or an old one on eBay, cause I'm cheap... :-D

Just in case anyone else stumbles across this old thread, I finally found the solution: uninstall and side-load the previous version.

Download v3.3: http://www.androidapps.biz/app/com.shopitize.shopper
Sideloading instructions: http://www.cnet.com/uk/how-to/how-to-install-apps-outside-of-google-play/



Drat, didn't work on mine, might be just me though. Good luck others!
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Toonah
Hello - just curious, I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 and Shopitize has just stopped working now (previously worked for over a year). Tried installing on a different phone... but it's also a Samsung Galaxy S3, and even with a new account it does the same error so cannot submit any receipts anymore.
What phones do others use for it, I am presuming Shopitize is now just not working with the Samsung Galaxy S3, maybe due to an update a while ago (assuming from comments on Google Play, another user on same phone said it stopped after update). What phone do others use? PM me if you don't want to post on here as it may fill the thread with nonsense...
Thanks :)
I'm having the same kind of problems with an S3. After many attempts, I did manage to submit 2 receipts tonight, but then it didn't recognise it was from the Coop, and asked me to resnap :(
I've just posted a question on their website detailing the issues I'm having, and suggesting they make the previous version of the app available, so folks with this problem can 'downgrade' back to one that worked.
Curses... Sounds like it is a S3 issue then. If you have a pic of the receipt and email them they will eventually do it, but if you email twice several days apart they're likely to reply to the later one not the first. If you can mark it for them to review.. It will work, and even if not they do eventually.
I'd submitted via iPad, but awful photos... So neither of my two receipts recognised. Marked for them to check, they did... But only accepted some items on second receipt. So emailed them saying it might be crap pics, submitting better ones, and it was sorted.
The hunt continues for a new phone. Or an old one on eBay, cause I'm cheap... :-D

Just in case anyone else stumbles across this old thread, I finally found the solution: uninstall and side-load the previous version.

Download v3.3: http://www.androidapps.biz/app/com.shopitize.shopper
Sideloading instructions: http://www.cnet.com/uk/how-to/how-to-install-apps-outside-of-google-play/


Edited By: ethithrift on Jul 25, 2016 20:18
Toonah

...The hunt continues for a new phone. Or an old one on eBay, cause I'm cheap... :-D

That's why we're on here ;) Then again, not sure I'm up for buying a new phone just to use Shopitize...oO
ethithrift
Toonah
Hello - just curious, I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 and Shopitize has just stopped working now (previously worked for over a year). Tried installing on a different phone... but it's also a Samsung Galaxy S3, and even with a new account it does the same error so cannot submit any receipts anymore.
What phones do others use for it, I am presuming Shopitize is now just not working with the Samsung Galaxy S3, maybe due to an update a while ago (assuming from comments on Google Play, another user on same phone said it stopped after update). What phone do others use? PM me if you don't want to post on here as it may fill the thread with nonsense...
Thanks :)

I'm having the same kind of problems with an S3. After many attempts, I did manage to submit 2 receipts tonight, but then it didn't recognise it was from the Coop, and asked me to resnap :(

I've just posted a question on their website detailing the issues I'm having, and suggesting they make the previous version of the app available, so folks with this problem can 'downgrade' back to one that worked.


Curses... Sounds like it is a S3 issue then. If you have a pic of the receipt and email them they will eventually do it, but if you email twice several days apart they're likely to reply to the later one not the first. If you can mark it for them to review.. It will work, and even if not they do eventually.

I'd submitted via iPad, but awful photos... So neither of my two receipts recognised. Marked for them to check, they did... But only accepted some items on second receipt. So emailed them saying it might be crap pics, submitting better ones, and it was sorted.

The hunt continues for a new phone. Or an old one on eBay, cause I'm cheap... :-D
Toonah
Hello - just curious, I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 and Shopitize has just stopped working now (previously worked for over a year). Tried installing on a different phone... but it's also a Samsung Galaxy S3, and even with a new account it does the same error so cannot submit any receipts anymore.
What phones do others use for it, I am presuming Shopitize is now just not working with the Samsung Galaxy S3, maybe due to an update a while ago (assuming from comments on Google Play, another user on same phone said it stopped after update). What phone do others use? PM me if you don't want to post on here as it may fill the thread with nonsense...
Thanks :)

I'm having the same kind of problems with an S3. After many attempts, I did manage to submit 2 receipts tonight, but then it didn't recognise it was from the Coop, and asked me to resnap :(

I've just posted a question on their website detailing the issues I'm having, and suggesting they make the previous version of the app available, so folks with this problem can 'downgrade' back to one that worked.
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RASPBERRY PI B Board Case - Raspberry Pink - £2.49 at Currys/PC World

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I think there's a reason it's this cheap... === Mount your Raspberry Pi where you want using the sturdy Raspberry Pi B Board Case. The B Board Case closes securely and features a 50 mm VESA scr…
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looking at its usb cutouts its b+ and pi2 only (as the website says) not the original b and probably not the pi3. but its OOS anyway
OOS online and no option to search locally for instore purchase
This fits b+ pi2 and pi3

Unlike the £1 cases linked above which are for the older B
This thread might as well be Japanese. I don't understand any of it. think I need an update on technology, :p
Walgeon
It's cheap because it's outdated

Out-dated? It's for model Bs which means it works with the Pi3.
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RJs Raspberry Licorice Log 19p each @ Home Bargains, Darlington

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Popped into Home Bargains this morning looking for 29p Nakd bars and found some RJs raspberry licorice logs for 19p each! These are hard enough to find in shops, nevermind at this price. I think only
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I have to say, I've not seen anymore in store since I bought the last 10. I've put on a few pounds since then too :|
Love RJ's.
Lived on this in New Zealand
Love liquorice :)
Liquorice :)
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FREEBIE... Optiwell Strawberry & Raspberry (330ml) Yoghurt Drink via Checkoutsmart App - £1.00 @ Superdrug Only...

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Claim your free Optiwell Yoghurt Drink via the Checkoutsmart App on purchases made at specific Superdrug stores only until 9th August 2016 Limited availability with the Long Life Milk Hope you a…
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I managed to get one yesterday and uploaded receipt but only received a £1 when it was £1.29 - have emailed them as it was a free offer!
Also get a voucher when you get a receipt at tesco cash points.
Also available in Romford Roneo corner.
FYI: Milton Keynes - a listed branch - had 10 left at 10:30am this morning after I got supervisor to restock from storeroom. They are top right of the chiller cabinets [though product doesnt need refrigeration until opened]. Fairy short dated - 25/7 from memory.
Thanks for reproducing the store list in online searchable format KiKai :) Will stop by on Monday when o2 Priority lunching at Boots (nearby), though...

...note the offer is "a limited offer, be quick before they're all gone" - ie make sure on the day you plan to buy that you can still see the offer listed as claimable 'today' when you go into CLAIM on the App/website.

For anyone suggesting this offer s/be in "Free" - it isn't because you have to buy the item as normal, paying in the store, and then upload your receipt to the website (either via phone App/camera or via Internet PC/scanner) to claim (hopefully) your £ back. Plus with CheckoutSmart you only get 100% back if/when you reach £20.00+ owing to you; otherwise they deduct a 5% withdrawal fee!

Anyone unfamiliar with CheckoutSmart ? see my links/tips/tricks/ideas on here at:
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Muller Corner Bliss Raspberry, Clusters, Lemon, Strawberry and Mango & Passionfruit Whipped Fruit style Compote (4 x 110g) was £2.67 now £1.00 @ Morrisons

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Muller Corner Bliss Raspberry, Clusters, Lemon, Strawberry and Mango & Passionfruit Whipped Fruit style Compote (4 x 110g) was £2.67 now £1.00 Muller Light Greek Style Luscious Lemon, Coconut with
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Raspberry Pi 3 Model B £27.76 (potentially £25.66 through app) @ Gearbest

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Apparently ships July 2. It seems the price is different £25.66 when bought through their app. Their webpage shows the item as £27.66. Free shipping
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Made my own laptop ysing a pi3 a bluethooth ipad keyboard and a 10 inch ips lcd panel from ebay.
All powered from 2 portable powerbanks.
Pi3 is overclocked and runs chromium web browser , faster browsing than my windows 8 pc
It be nice to see some pics of it, and the schematics you used.
Made my own laptop ysing a pi3 a bluethooth ipad keyboard and a 10 inch ips lcd panel from ebay.
All powered from 2 portable powerbanks.
Pi3 is overclocked and runs chromium web browser , faster browsing than my windows 8 pc


Edited By: lumsdot on Jul 01, 2016 12:18
They were never intended to be a Kodi or media player box, that's just one of the side roles that they've been used for.

They are excellent and very useful as a development, hobbyist board with a huge global community and stable OS, loads of teaching material and projects. There are even two on the International Space Station, loaded with sensors to run code developed by schools.

Edited By: androoski on Jul 01, 2016 11:23
qwerta369
What can you do with this? Is it better than an Amazon Fire TV 4K?
They used be a cheap way of running Kodi when Android boxes where £50+
Now you can get a decent Android box less that £20 they're not as useful, yes they can be used by hobbyist's and to teach programming but a cheaper Pi version would also suffice.
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Probably because similar prices from UK stockists RS Components.
​i think the cheapest from local stockist is £30 incl delivery from PiHut.
Aren't RS Components uk stockists? it's £27.99 with free shipping. £26.37 if you can get 5 people together to buy 5 boards.http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/8968660/
As always add VAT.
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Fresh Raspberries 225g (50% Extra Free) from Iceland (National Deal) - £2.00

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Available in all Icelands..
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not shopping there after the football
Saw these last week, they looked dreadful (every single pack).
They were Fresh raspberries in, the fridge section..
Have updated the title.. Thanks Suzy Q..

Edited By: Forgottenshopper on Jun 30, 2016 13:31
Are they frozen or fresh raspberrie? Thanks
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Nice find :)
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J2O Apple & Mango / Orange & Passionfruit / Apple & Raspberry 4 x 275ml Offer price £2.00, was £3.99 @ Morrisons

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BSN Amino X Blue Raspberry BCAA 1kg £19.20 (Prime) / £23.95 (non Prime) Sold by fly eagle and Fulfilled by Amazon

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BSN Amino X Blue Raspberry BCAA, 1kg tub on Amazon for £19.20 down from regular price of £54.99. I've bought it in the past for around £28. Tastes okay, a bit sweet for my liking but drinkable.
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Great deal, especially for such a big brand and good supplier
Snarling Shark
delivey excluded - doh !
Even including delivery costs it's a good price given that it usually goes for around £28 on Amazon
delivey excluded - doh !
Good price for what it is but it's only 2:1:1 (heat added for the price)

I use "all day you may" which is 10:1:1 though it's a lot more pricey @ £30 for just under half kilo.
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ASDA Really Creamy Raspberry Pavlova Ice Cream 900ml for £1.00 (normally £1.50) @ ASDA instore & online

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ASDA Really Creamy Raspberry Pavlova Ice Cream Tub of 900ml for just £1, normally it's £1.50 everywhere at asda & shops like iceland... looks like a bargain! also available in light Vanilla flavour…
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Nice find :)
it includes all flavours . after eight , vanilla, fudge, triple chocolate, orange and theres probably more that I cant remember
oh kiddha singh?

cheers.. heat added
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Raspberry Pi 3 £26.59 @ Banggood

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Raspberry Pi3 comes with inbuilt Wifi and Bluetooth and quite handy if you want to build a standalone security camera (probably not as secure as professional ones though) or standalone music player/me…
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Really don't see why this is cold
- just because it's BG / China?
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"faster shipping option for an additional £1.03" which brings it to £27.62
you can get one next day free delivery for £27.99 from official sellerhttp://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/processor-microcontroller-development-kits/8968660/
Nope - that's ex VAT. It's £33.59 from RS inc VAT
Sorry, your right
I think they would be wrong to make as gift, they have to declare value if over £15 the Post Office take £8.00 and VAT on total.
cheers
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I'm not sure if the Pi is exempt but there maybe a £8.00 Post Office fee and VAT as over the £15.00 limit.
​no I have ordered it for the price mentioned with no additional postage or vat
The postage is added on, when you receive delivery. duha.
Anyway I thought the limit was £30?
Anyone tell me?
​after you suggesting that they add postage after they deliver the product to me?? really duha??

That's what people have said that has happen to them selves.
But dont take my word for it. A little digging and i found the page. Mind that will change to include the eu, in the next 2 years as well.


check out for your self


2. Tax and duty
You’ll be contacted by Royal Mail, Parcelforce or the courier company explaining how to pay any VAT, duty and fees for dealing with customs.

They’ll normally hold your parcel for about 3 weeks. If you haven’t paid the fee by then, it’ll be sent back.

VAT
You pay VAT on goods sent from non-European Union (EU) countries and EU special territories (eg the Canary Islands) if they’re:

gifts worth more than £34
other goods worth more than £15
alcohol, tobacco products and fragrances (eg perfume, eau de toilette and cologne) of any value

Edited By: leeparsons on Jun 28, 2016 19:14
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I'm not sure if the Pi is exempt but there maybe a £8.00 Post Office fee and VAT as over the £15.00 limit.
​no I have ordered it for the price mentioned with no additional postage or vat
The postage is added on, when you receive delivery. duha.
Anyway I thought the limit was £30?
Anyone tell me?


​after you suggesting that they add postage after they deliver the product to me?? really duha??
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The Collective Peach & Apricot / Raspberries or Strawberries Yogurt Pouch was 75p now 50p (Rollback Deal) @ Asda

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The Collective Peach & Apricot / Raspberries or Strawberries Yogurt Pouch was 75p now 50p (Rollback Deal) The Collective Brownlee Apple & Blackberry / Fudge / Scottish Raspberry or Vanilla Bean Yo…
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pi zero - £6.50 Delivered @ Pimoroni

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pimoroni -great company in Sheffield are selling pi zero and back in stock. 2.50 postage and 4 for the zero itself
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back again - seem to keep stock much longer now
redduck
will this run kodi without struggling?

Yes. But not in raspbian.
Download either:

libreelec for basic add-on only Kodi,

openelec for slightly larger build but more stable isenguard Kodi

Or

OSMC for superslick large build customisable Kodi.

I have run both open and libreelec and have exodus and istream running with very little load times.

Edited By: iLLiTeRaTeMoNkEy on Jul 04, 2016 23:17
bavi014
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redduck
will this run kodi without struggling?
​better off with a pi 3b for kodi,i use my zero as a desktop.basic browsing and calendar.
​and what OS you run for that?

I pondered that but then I asked myself... why not get an atom for that?
Better keep embedded for its own purposes :)

PS: Just received mine. Ordered on Friday delivered today.
Really annoying you can only get one, I would have gotten 2.

Edited By: cts_casemod on Jun 30, 2016 14:27
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redduck
will this run kodi without struggling?


​better off with a pi 3b for kodi,i use my zero as a desktop.basic browsing and calendar.


​and what OS you run for that?
redduck
will this run kodi without struggling?


​better off with a pi 3b for kodi,i use my zero as a desktop.basic browsing and calendar.