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Polti Diffusion Steam Cleaner £49.99 - £29.99 after voucher Amazon

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it's £49.99 but comes with a voucher bringing it down to £29.99 *showing as out of stock but can still order.
brendanhickey Avatar8h, 4m agoFound 8 hours, 4 minutes ago1 Comment
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Every review was a free product...
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Polti Vaporetto Handy Pocket 2.0 Steam Cleaner £7.99 (with voucher) @ Amazon (+P&P for non-prime)

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RRP of £99.99. A £50 off voucher should show up on the amazon page. Temporarily out of stock but will deliver when back in stock.
Biboboy Avatar5d, 17h agoFound 5 days, 17 hours ago45 Comments
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had a despatch note thank you
markit
not despatched yet....
I've had a confirmation email for my order and they've said they will confirm a delivery time when they have them in stock..
had a despatch note yeh!
had a despatch note fab u lous
not despatched yet....
I've had a confirmation email for my order and they've said they will confirm a delivery time when they have them in stock..
otonytonton
Anyone been Dispatched yet ? or are we all still waiting in the no news is good news Camp.
Not dispatched yet however ive had news that they will be getting stock early september.
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Neo Egg Boiler, Poacher and Steaming Machine for £11.99 delivered @ Groupon - Go through TCB and get £10.50 cashback as new customer

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Go through TCB to groupon and get £10.50 cashback as a new customer https://www.topcashback.co.uk/groupon/
arcangel111 Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago16 Comments
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Not sure why people are saying there is more to clean up because there isn't anything to clean up. No saucepan and spoon to wash up. I wipe the condensation off the inside and that's it.

There is if you use it to poach eggs, but that just the poaching dish.
I got this a few months back, I thought I would constantly use the hell out of this thing but nope, used it a few times and it's been sitting in the corner of my kitchen ever since lol. Too much faff to clean this thing after using it, back to the old fashioned way for me.
This gives me the option of poached eggs on toast at work
i bought one last time from Groupon, i could never get timing right for Boiled eggs, perfect resukts every time now.. woukd recommend
Good deal thanks
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Vax Powermax 7 in 1 Steam Mop CLEARANCE £29.99 @ B&M

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This is a National Offer. The stock is to be cleared so do get them while you can. Price: Was £79.99 Now £29.99 (RRP £99.99) Includes: 1 x micro fibre pad 1 x measuring cup 1 x squeegee 1
Deluxe_Batman Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago1 Comment
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I don't recommend it at all. Had 3 of them so far after each one stops steaming and each time it takes vax up to 50 mins to answer the phone costing 10p per minute.
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Vax Steam Switch Steam Cleaner £34.99 with code RRP £69.99

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Code: SWITCH50 Change the way you steam clean with the Vax Steam Switch steam cleaner – quickly & easily switch between cleaning tasks. Multifunction steam mop with easy release handheld 360⁰ s…
cheerskuki Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago1 Comment
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Just today I came to the conclusion we need a steam mop to clean our dirty carpets and thankfully the OP posted this. It's a great voucher code (that works) as these are £49.50 on Amazon. HOT!
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STEAM MOP £15.59 @ JTF

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HOT HOT HOT STEAM MOP at JTF online and in store a saving of £44.40 off original price. ONLY 5 LEFT online.
KikiJB Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago6 Comments
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These were £9.99 at Halfcost and free delivery.
claireandabi
had one of these for a few years now. impressed with it...had no problems just wish I knew where to get some spare 'cloths' for it!
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Use the normal 1£ poundland clothes for worktop
I buy microfiber ones from discount stores it B+M or Home Bargains and they do the trick just as good.
had one of these for a few years now. impressed with it...had no problems just wish I knew where to get some spare 'cloths' for it!
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£4.99 delivery under 40kg or collect if you have a store near enough.
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Karcher SC4 Steam Cleaner £119.99 (inc. VAT) @ Costco

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£40 (pre vat) off the price with instore coupon at the moment (Normally £139.99+vat). Cracking deal unless you buy refurbished. Costco warranty backup is also exceptional.
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Philips GC012/00 Iron Soleplate Cleaning Stick 93p (Normally £8.99) @ Homebase - Free C&C

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Easily removes stains from the soleplate of your iron. Additional information: Can be applied on all types of soleplates £10 on Amazon
ozkerrizo Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago14 Comments
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just rub a paracetamol whilst the iron is on (be careful) no need to buy a stick
Hot deal..but zero stock in Norfolk
So funny thank you for that will get a couple of these ones instead x
No sole for me either.... so bought the one above... nice ;)
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Goodmans 5 pack steam mop cloths @ B & M £0.10

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Goodmans 5 pack steam mop pads for 10 p !!! I found these in B & M in Fareham. On the box it says they are for the Goodmans 7 in 1 steam cleaner but also compatible with other branded steam mops. Th…
mrsafety Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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NOT available in the West Bromwich branch
Was just going to buy some Vax ones from Amazon but I'll pop to B&M tomorrow for a gander. Cheers.
good find op, heat added
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Thane H20 x5 steam mop £45.00

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b & q clearance, Great Yarmouth store have these down to £45. its a big clearance section so font know if other stores are doing it aswell but only know about this store. still over 15 on shelf a quic…
ricola Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago6 Comments
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had mine for two years it's brilliant.
B&Q had a clearance like this last year, clearing stock from the previous year
taylor102081
You go online this is only £27


​where can i get it for 27? cant find it at that price, ill take mine back for that price!!!
I got mine on offer at B&q a year ago for £30. Love it.. It really works as you see on TV!
You go online this is only £27
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Polti Vaporetto Evo steam cleaner with free pack of 'steam socks'. Go Electrical. - £140.00

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Lowest I could find this anywhere else was £160. I have the older version of this and it's finally died after nearly 10 years. It's a very powerful steamer and came with a free pack of 'socks'
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Vax Grime Master Handheld Steam Cleaner ONLY £29.99 @ Robert Dyas

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Vax Grime Master Handheld Steam Cleaner ONLY £29.99 @ Robert Dyas A powerful, compact steam cleaner for hygienically cleaning windows, tiles, upholstery and more. Free Click & Collect Free deli…
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Delivered for £25 at IWOOT.
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Steam Mop ALDI Bromsgrove £11.99

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saw this at my local Aldi yesterday for the amazing price of £11.99 and there were quite a few left. The write up is very good but no longer available to buy online so check your local store
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Anybody tried one of these?


Heard its very good the aldi one itself
Anybody tried one of these?
Good price but probz wont do much???
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Vax S86-SF-C Steam Fresh Combi 15-in-1 Steam Cleaner, 0.5 L - Amazon - £49.99

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4.5/5 stars from 750+ reviewers! Excellent steam cleaner! Enjoy :-) Why Steam? Steam cleaning is a revolutionary and highly effective way to clean your home, using high temperature steam to break
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Thank you! Order placed :D
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Code Name S.T.E.A.M. 3DS £5.00 @ Smyths

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Spotted at Llansamlet. The player selects four members from a team of agents, each with their own unique personalities – led by the 16th President of the United States of America, Abraham Lincoln –…
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£5 a good deal. The game is ok, if a little plodding, but there is enough to keep you playing for a while.
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How do you pronounce llansamlet?


​badly
FantasyDeals
Spotted at Llansamlet.
Never heard of it, but if I had to hazard a guess...http://s33.postimg.org/5nxdqq6hb/Steam.png
Close? :D
It's wherever you want it to be ;)
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Spotted at Llansamlet.

Never heard of it, but if I had to hazard a guess...

http://s33.postimg.org/5nxdqq6hb/Steam.png

Close? :D
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How do you pronounce llansamlet?
There's a lot of spitting envolved ;)


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thane h20 x6 vacuum and steam cleaner £39.98 @ Groupon

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2 in 1 vacuum and steam cleaner. from Groupon with free delivery. new customers can use code WELCOME to get £10 off making it £29.98. the reviews are far from great but since my steamer has died on me…
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Alienware Steam Machine £399.99 at very was £499.99

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MPN: ASM-9292 EAN: 5397063529025 The Alienware Steam Machine is a perfect introduction to the exciting future of gaming. Who needs discs when you can enjoy gaming straight from the internet – much…
Moonwolf1976 Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago59 Comments
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Dannyrobbo
I run it as a Plex server so I need the CPU to be fairly powerful but at the same time idle at basically zero.
Plex doesn't use as much CPU power as you think, an i7 is massive overkill. I run Plex on a very underpowered Seedbox in the cloud, it probably has about the amount of processing power as your average smartphone. It runs 1080p streams just fine while doing a whole other host of different things. To be honest, if you want a Plex server you're better of paying £5-10 a month to have one in the cloud and not have to faff with networking in your house. (Google is your friend here, either buy one configured or get a cheap VPS). I found a Xeon powered one for about £7 a month, so you'd have to run your machine for over 5 years to save money and that doesn't take into account bandwidth at home or electricity prices at home.
Case and point being there are cheap NAS boxes that support Plex.
Plex cares more about your upload speed then it does about the hardware, since it is very well optimised for weak boxes.
Dannyrobbo
The PC will never be off or in sleep mode because it will not wake up from outside the home
There are a lot of ways of doing this, but okay. Also the CPU in the model you bought is still going to use more power than the i3 I suggested, even then you'd probably be better of with a Pentium or Celeron with even lower power requirements. Perhaps a G4400T would be a good choice.
Dannyrobbo
£450 i paid
That's a lot of cash for a box just to use as a Plex server.
Dannyrobbo
extra 2 years warranty
Most individual PC parts you buy have a 3 year warranty as standard.
Dannyrobbo
there was nothing in this specification range for the same price.
There totally is, you just bought the wrong tool for the job to be honest. You could've done the same thing for less money. Not trying to be a dick here, just trying to show you that you wasted your cash. I don't really care how you throw your money away.

Plex needs CPU power for transcoding, a single 1080p transcode with transmission to a location outside the home requires CPU power (they say 2000 passmark per stream). Hence the i7 model I bought, it has been tested doing 4 transcodes remotely and watching a 5th locally.

I don't have to rely on anybody to maintain it or be asking questions about what media is on there as I control it completely locally.

As for power the whole unit will only have a max power draw of 120w and it idles at around 11w (measured). A celeron simply would not transcode many streams. It runs quiet, cool and efficient for my use.

I specified the processor needed with power draw etc and it was a struggle to get it less than £200. It was possible to buy this and warranty for less than the parts building it myself so I decided to go for it.

Whether I wasted my money is based on my needs and if it fulfills them at a price I could justify, and I feel it fits the bill while the added bonus of not looking hideous on the tv stand.
Dannyrobbo
I run it as a Plex server so I need the CPU to be fairly powerful but at the same time idle at basically zero.

Plex doesn't use as much CPU power as you think, an i7 is massive overkill. I run Plex on a very underpowered Seedbox in the cloud, it probably has about the amount of processing power as your average smartphone. It runs 1080p streams just fine while doing a whole other host of different things. To be honest, if you want a Plex server you're better of paying £5-10 a month to have one in the cloud and not have to faff with networking in your house. (Google is your friend here, either buy one configured or get a cheap VPS). I found a Xeon powered one for about £7 a month, so you'd have to run your machine for over 5 years to save money and that doesn't take into account bandwidth at home or electricity prices at home.

Case and point being there are cheap NAS boxes that support Plex.

Plex cares more about your upload speed then it does about the hardware, since it is very well optimised for weak boxes.

Dannyrobbo
The PC will never be off or in sleep mode because it will not wake up from outside the home

There are a lot of ways of doing this, but okay. Also the CPU in the model you bought is still going to use more power than the i3 I suggested, even then you'd probably be better of with a Pentium or Celeron with even lower power requirements. Perhaps a G4400T would be a good choice.

Dannyrobbo
£450 i paid

That's a lot of cash for a box just to use as a Plex server.

Dannyrobbo
extra 2 years warranty

Most individual PC parts you buy have a 3 year warranty as standard.

Dannyrobbo
there was nothing in this specification range for the same price.

There totally is, you just bought the wrong tool for the job to be honest. You could've done the same thing for less money. Not trying to be a dick here, just trying to show you that you wasted your cash. I don't really care how you throw your money away.

Edited By: ollie87 on Jun 01, 2016 13:23: Typo
Dannyrobbo
I wanted to run plex and have low power consumption At idle as well as an extra small form factor
There are still cheaper ways of doing this because for what you bought this for it is massive overkill, you don't even need the weak dedicated laptop GPU. Bear in mind the only laptop part in this machine is the GPU, not the CPU. The CPU is a full desktop part, albeit a T spec'd chip which is a lower wattage model. You can still buy these yourself.
Firstly my HTPC uses nothing at idle because it goes to sleep and has a modern motherboard that can go into a deep sleep mode like a laptop does. It also has an SSD so cold boot to the Windows desktop is under 7 seconds and wake from a deep sleep is near instant. It's also very small (uses a CiT MTX-007B) but slightly larger as it has room for a Bluray/DVD drive. It cost about £250 to build.
You could build something better than this machine for HTPC use for around the same price.
If you want Blu-Ray/DVD playback:
PCPartPicker part list: http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/G8xdnn
Price breakdown by merchant: http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/G8xdnn/by_merchant/
CPU: Intel Core i3-6100T 3.2GHz Dual-Core Processor (£91.10 @ Amazon UK)
Motherboard: MSI H110I Pro Mini ITX LGA1151 Motherboard (£62.79 @ Amazon UK)
Memory: Crucial Ballistix Sport 4GB (1 x 4GB) DDR4-2400 Memory (£10.28 @ Amazon UK)
Storage: Toshiba 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£37.57 @ CCL Computers)
Other: CiT MTX-007B (£37.22)
Other: Samsung SN-406AB/BEBE Slim Blu-Ray DVDRW (£26.51)
Total: £265.47
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2016-06-01 11:26 BST+0100
If you're not fussed by an Optical Drive and want it smaller:
PCPartPicker part list: http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/pdJD4C
Price breakdown by merchant: http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/pdJD4C/by_merchant/
CPU: Intel Core i3-6100T 3.2GHz Dual-Core Processor (£91.10 @ Amazon UK)
Motherboard: MSI H110I Pro Mini ITX LGA1151 Motherboard (£62.79 @ Amazon UK)
Memory: Crucial Ballistix Sport 4GB (1 x 4GB) DDR4-2400 Memory (£10.28 @ Amazon UK)
Storage: Toshiba 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£37.57 @ CCL Computers)
Other: CiT M100 Black ITX Case (£43.29)
Total: £245.03
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2016-06-01 11:30 BST+0100
Swap the 1TB HDD for a 500GB and a 120GB SSD:
PCPartPicker part list: http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/Y9yrxY
Price breakdown by merchant: http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/Y9yrxY/by_merchant/
CPU: Intel Core i3-6100T 3.2GHz Dual-Core Processor (£91.10 @ Amazon UK)
Motherboard: MSI H110I Pro Mini ITX LGA1151 Motherboard (£62.79 @ Amazon UK)
Memory: Crucial Ballistix Sport 4GB (1 x 4GB) DDR4-2400 Memory (£10.28 @ Amazon UK)
Storage: A-Data Premier SP550 120GB 2.5" Solid State Drive (£29.99 @ Ebuyer)
Storage: Seagate 500GB 2.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£29.99 @ Amazon UK)
Other: CiT M100 Black ITX Case (£43.29)
Total: £267.44
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2016-06-01 11:34 BST+0100
Both of those cases have a PSU. Also that CPU is more powerful than the Alienware one:http://i.imgur.com/thaoG01.png
Plus the advantage of using DDR4 over DDR3.

I still understand what you mean but you are missing the point, I run it as a Plex server so I need the CPU to be fairly powerful but at the same time idle at basically zero. The PC will never be off or in sleep mode because it will not wake up from outside the home network so for the £450 i paid (student discount and extra 2 years warranty) there was nothing in this specification range for the same price.
Dannyrobbo
I wanted to run plex and have low power consumption At idle as well as an extra small form factor

There are still cheaper ways of doing this because for what you bought this for it is massive overkill, you don't even need the weak dedicated laptop GPU. Bear in mind the only laptop part in this machine is the GPU, not the CPU. The CPU is a full desktop part, albeit a T spec'd chip which is a lower wattage model. You can still buy these yourself.

Firstly my HTPC uses nothing at idle because it goes to sleep and has a modern motherboard that can go into a deep sleep mode like a laptop does. It also has an SSD so cold boot to the Windows desktop is under 7 seconds and wake from a deep sleep is near instant. It's also very small (uses a CiT MTX-007B) but slightly larger as it has room for a Bluray/DVD drive. It cost about £250 to build.

You could build something better than this machine for HTPC use for around the same price.

If you want Blu-Ray/DVD playback:

PCPartPicker part list: http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/G8xdnn
Price breakdown by merchant: http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/G8xdnn/by_merchant/

CPU: Intel Core i3-6100T 3.2GHz Dual-Core Processor (£91.10 @ Amazon UK)
Motherboard: MSI H110I Pro Mini ITX LGA1151 Motherboard (£62.79 @ Amazon UK)
Memory: Crucial Ballistix Sport 4GB (1 x 4GB) DDR4-2400 Memory (£10.28 @ Amazon UK)
Storage: Toshiba 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£37.57 @ CCL Computers)
Other: CiT MTX-007B (£37.22)
Other: Samsung SN-406AB/BEBE Slim Blu-Ray DVDRW (£26.51)
Total: £265.47
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2016-06-01 11:26 BST+0100

If you're not fussed by an Optical Drive and want it smaller:

PCPartPicker part list: http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/pdJD4C
Price breakdown by merchant: http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/pdJD4C/by_merchant/

CPU: Intel Core i3-6100T 3.2GHz Dual-Core Processor (£91.10 @ Amazon UK)
Motherboard: MSI H110I Pro Mini ITX LGA1151 Motherboard (£62.79 @ Amazon UK)
Memory: Crucial Ballistix Sport 4GB (1 x 4GB) DDR4-2400 Memory (£10.28 @ Amazon UK)
Storage: Toshiba 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£37.57 @ CCL Computers)
Other: CiT M100 Black ITX Case (£43.29)
Total: £245.03
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2016-06-01 11:30 BST+0100

Swap the 1TB HDD for a 500GB and a 120GB SSD:

PCPartPicker part list: http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/Y9yrxY
Price breakdown by merchant: http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/Y9yrxY/by_merchant/

CPU: Intel Core i3-6100T 3.2GHz Dual-Core Processor (£91.10 @ Amazon UK)
Motherboard: MSI H110I Pro Mini ITX LGA1151 Motherboard (£62.79 @ Amazon UK)
Memory: Crucial Ballistix Sport 4GB (1 x 4GB) DDR4-2400 Memory (£10.28 @ Amazon UK)
Storage: A-Data Premier SP550 120GB 2.5" Solid State Drive (£29.99 @ Ebuyer)
Storage: Seagate 500GB 2.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£29.99 @ Amazon UK)
Other: CiT M100 Black ITX Case (£43.29)
Total: £267.44
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2016-06-01 11:34 BST+0100

Both of those cases have a PSU. Also that CPU is more powerful than the Alienware one:

http://i.imgur.com/thaoG01.png

Plus the advantage of using DDR4 over DDR3.

Edited By: ollie87 on Jun 01, 2016 12:03: Typos
Dannyrobbo
ollie87
ranja81
Every gaming PC i looked at was either way over my budget or was a hulking behemoth that in no way would fit in the small space under my TV.
You can get/build systems just as small as this. It isn't a unique product. The system build I outlined above will murder this for gaming and is just as small.
Also building a PC is no harder than putting an IKEA flatpack together or building a LEGO kit.
While you are right you can build one faster, it was power that was a concern for me as it was going to be left on all the time the Alienware idles at 11w. I have a gaming PC that'll handle games.
You're talking pennies a year difference for a machine that'll play games much better than this machine. Seems like people get their priorities mixed up when building gaming machines nowadays.
The most important part of buying or building any computer is to focus the money you spend on the right area, for a gaming machine that is the GPU, for a video production or photo editing workstation you throw money at the CPU. In the case of this machine (and the other models in the range) is that they've spent the money on a flashy case and a overpowered CPU and put in a really weak, old, laptop spec GPU.
The machine I outlined will go into sleep and come out of it instantly too, it's not unique to this machine either to be honest, any hardware made in the past 5 years will sip power when not being used.

I didn't build a gaming machine I wanted to run plex and have low power consumption At idle as well as an extra small form factor. Some of those pico psu's by the time you have bought the brick are close to £100.

waking from sleep quickly is great but a little more tricky away from the homev (I do plan on implementing this without wacky dyndns solutions). This is why I chose this machine because it uses low power laptop components, the only thing in the same market is an Intel NUC and they get expensive.

ps. I also got the i7 model (i7-4785t)

Edited By: Dannyrobbo on Jun 01, 2016 11:13: added cpu model
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Alienware Alpha ASM100 i7 4785T 8GB Steam Machine Gaming Media PC with windows os (returns) at NRG:IT £449.00

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Been looking at getting a better PC for gaming, this seems like a great price for an i7 PC that would go well under the TV. this has windows on it too instead of the steam os so you'd be able to us…
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I think the gaming-focused conversation here has swayed the discussion a bit, although understandable because the brand does direct it towards the gaming market.
I'm interested in getting one of these as I travel frequently and have to do lots of intensive graphics and video work, but I absolutely hate using a laptop for any serious editing - ask anyone who does this kind of work seriously and they'll tell you that 9 hours spent at a laptop results in serious deformities. Lightweight monitors are available now, and I can certainly get a few pounds of monitor in a suitcase, as long as it's no bigger than a 22 monitor.
It's nigh on impossible to find a portable PC with a half-decent graphics chip. I've no particular interest in gaming, but I'm hugely interested in this if it would allow me to ditch my macbook pro for a proper computer. I'm sure anyone reading this will suggest to just carry on with the laptop, but really, after 9 years of doing so, it's really taking a toll. Moreover, repairs are so expensive to high-end laptops - if something happens to the screen, it's really difficult to get a replacement.
Interesting re: the updated model coming after e3 - but what sort of price will this entail? An i7 with dedicated graphics is hard to find. As a competitor to the Mac mini this looks hard to beat.
If this is overpriced for its hardware, as many of you have said, can anyone please point my in the direction of a comparable model? I've considered Micro ITX, but I still haven't managed to get anywhere near this size/ price point for what I need.
...and please - don't just tell me to build a gaming computer, I have absolutely no use for FPS related willy-waving.


I know you have said don't say build a gaming computer, but you could build a much better ITX system for a respectable cost without the focus being on video game fps. If instead of focusing on pushing the most fps out of a system you focused on something with comparable specs and size to your Mac book pro, you could do very well, as if you aren't going to put a £200+ dedicated long GPU in the system, you have a good little bit to play around with, meaning you could get a Bluetooth and WiFi integrated mobo, a small size GPU with enough power for your needs, and then have a system you can gradually upgrade if the need for more performance in certain areas arrises, and you have a system that you have put together meaning that any repairs/replacements should be able to be done yourself

Edit: if however you did just want something simple and easy from the get go, this would suit your needs, just you won't have too much joy with upgrading anything if you need to in the future bar the most simple parts eg the ram and the storage. It all depends on your exact needs and what you're using the system for. You'd also, as other posts have explained, install windows OS onto this on your own accord, I dont know how or if you'd go about this if there's anything alienate have done to hinder this

Edited By: GravyGamer on Jun 05, 2016 13:02: More info
I think the gaming-focused conversation here has swayed the discussion a bit, although understandable because the brand does direct it towards the gaming market.

I'm interested in getting one of these as I travel frequently and have to do lots of intensive graphics and video work, but I absolutely hate using a laptop for any serious editing - ask anyone who does this kind of work seriously and they'll tell you that 9 hours spent at a laptop results in serious deformities. Lightweight monitors are available now, and I can certainly get a few pounds of monitor in a suitcase, as long as it's no bigger than a 22 monitor.

It's nigh on impossible to find a portable PC with a half-decent graphics chip. I've no particular interest in gaming, but I'm hugely interested in this if it would allow me to ditch my macbook pro for a proper computer. I'm sure anyone reading this will suggest to just carry on with the laptop, but really, after 9 years of doing so, it's really taking a toll. Moreover, repairs are so expensive to high-end laptops - if something happens to the screen, it's really difficult to get a replacement.

Interesting re: the updated model coming after e3 - but what sort of price will this entail? An i7 with dedicated graphics is hard to find. As a competitor to the Mac mini this looks hard to beat.

If this is overpriced for its hardware, as many of you have said, can anyone please point my in the direction of a comparable model? I've considered Micro ITX, but I still haven't managed to get anywhere near this size/ price point for what I need.

...and please - don't just tell me to build a gaming computer, I have absolutely no use for FPS related willy-waving.
Could this run GTA V PC properly?
Good deal! Not your typical Alienware monster machine, but will fit nicely under a TV and handle most modern games at med/high at around 30fps.
it unfortunately doesn't, the GPU completely screws it, it is worse than it looks on paper.
It fortunately does. I have an i7 860m laptop and it runs games as I described above. Mobile parts aren't the laughable messes the master race would have you believe.
It unfortunately doesn't, I don't care what laptop you have, my friend has this exact machine and it falls on it's 1080p face, the drivers supplied for the custom card, which is a modded mobile gpu are worst than poor, please do not try and shoot me down when I try to be helpful and state facts, your inferiority complex over your 960m has no place in being critical of my original post.
Bless. It's sweet that you think I have any kind of complex about the numbers in my PC. I look at what will do the job I want and go for it, I don't get bogged down in chasing fps. My laptop has served me well and I'm perfectly happy with it, whether or not you are is of no concern to me.
Oh, and it's an 860m.
debating nothing it seems... IDK, why you chose to defend the 860m if you aren't concerned about fps, as that is a gpu job... The 860m maybe fine in you laptop, but in this, for the money, it is pants, google it if you want, I just don't want ppl buying this thing thinking it'll run maxed out Witcher, because it wont.
In my very first post in this thread, which also happens to be post #1, I said it would run modern games on med/high at 30fps. Exactly what part of that do you think people might misconstrue as 'it will run Witcher 3 maxed out'?


I did not read or post in relation to your first post... I was just stating facts... you really do have a complex over your card. I funny enough, was talking about my experience of this machine. Weirdly not my opinion of what you are guessing about a machine because you have a completely different system with a similar or same GPU. I have no more time to waste on your paranoias sorry, Over and out!
Good deal! Not your typical Alienware monster machine, but will fit nicely under a TV and handle most modern games at med/high at around 30fps.
it unfortunately doesn't, the GPU completely screws it, it is worse than it looks on paper.
It fortunately does. I have an i7 860m laptop and it runs games as I described above. Mobile parts aren't the laughable messes the master race would have you believe.
It unfortunately doesn't, I don't care what laptop you have, my friend has this exact machine and it falls on it's 1080p face, the drivers supplied for the custom card, which is a modded mobile gpu are worst than poor, please do not try and shoot me down when I try to be helpful and state facts, your inferiority complex over your 960m has no place in being critical of my original post.
Bless. It's sweet that you think I have any kind of complex about the numbers in my PC. I look at what will do the job I want and go for it, I don't get bogged down in chasing fps. My laptop has served me well and I'm perfectly happy with it, whether or not you are is of no concern to me.
Oh, and it's an 860m.
debating nothing it seems... IDK, why you chose to defend the 860m if you aren't concerned about fps, as that is a gpu job... The 860m maybe fine in you laptop, but in this, for the money, it is pants, google it if you want, I just don't want ppl buying this thing thinking it'll run maxed out Witcher, because it wont.

In my very first post in this thread, which also happens to be post #1, I said it would run modern games on med/high at 30fps. Exactly what part of that do you think people might misconstrue as 'it will run Witcher 3 maxed out'?

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Vax S86-SF-C Steam Fresh Combi Multifunction Steam Mop £64.99 @ Argos

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Vax S86-SF-C Steam Fresh Combi- Multifunction Steam Mop at Argos Catalogue number 158/6523 Rated one of the best steam mops apparently?! Was £119.99 Now £64.99 Out of stock in my area but in st…
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Amazon.co.uk: Buying Choices: Vax Steam Mop - S2S+ Upright Hard Floor Pro+ With Detergent Used - Good @ amazon warehouse £22.82

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This steam mop Is £89.99 on amazon but available on warehouse for £22.82. Nice price if you fancy a bit of spring cleaning.
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Thanks, just nabbed one. Any comments on condition when you got it?
I've bought loads of stuff from amazon warehouse over the years ranging from laptops to toys for my grandchildren everything has been in new condition with occasional slight damage to the packaging all with a full amazon guarantee. I personally don't see it as second hand and I like the added discount.
Since when is 2nd hand stuff a hotdeal?
Thanks :)
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Hoover SSS1300A Steam Express Steam Mop in White & Red |Steam Cleaners|White & Red|Hoover £27.99 @ Coop electrical

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steam floor cleaner with free express rapid delivery. choose your delivery date. already have one of these and cracking cleaner and even better at this price
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should add its with coopelectrical
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Russell Hobs Steam & Clean 1600W Steam Mop £37.99 delivered @ Tooltime

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If you need a steamer seems a good price, although probably cheaper on fleabay
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Free Game on Indiegala - "Top Trumps™ Turbo is a brand new, exclusive fun and exciting Top Trumps™ card game brought to you by Funbox Media. Use the cards and your skills to beat the computer and beco…
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Not free anymore
puddleuk
I'm probably more gob-smacked that this 'game' costs £14.99 on Steam. Oh and its apparently broken as hell.

it is - i've just tried it. it's horrible - graphical glitches all over the place and generally unplayable.
I'm probably more gob-smacked that this 'game' costs £14.99 on Steam. Oh and its apparently broken as hell.
never turn down a freebie :)

that's 217 games in my steam library that i'll never play ..

I've got Just Cause 3 nestled away in there as well but i'll never be able to afford a graphics card powerful enough to bloody play it.
eXoku
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Who can turn down a free Steam game? Heat! :D
Indeed, I have acquired around 140 free games at this point, most are not good, but occasionally you find a good one.
That's awesome I've around 37 games.
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Vax Steam Switch Multifunction Steam Cleaner, 0.6 Litre, 1600 W now £34.99 delivered at Amazon

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Deal of the day at Amazon, really good customer reviews and a great price. It's a lot more expensive elsewhere: £69.99 at Argos and Vax site. * Multifunction steam mop with easy release handheld.
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Cannot trust the reviews on amazon as they all got the product free.Anyone got a link to the correct replacement cloths for this model ? ( only one supplied )
Cheers, just found this. Purchased!
Seems a deal to me for a quality brand with good reviews? Can't go too far wrong at £34.99, not had one of these before, but will give it a go on the bathroom tiles.
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Kärcher SC1 Premium With Floor Kit Steam Stick Steam Cleaner £59.00 johnlewis

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Kärcher's SC1 Premium is £59 @ JL with 2 year warranty. Same price at Amazon for Prime members.
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Morphy Richards Turbo Steam Iron (with Tip Technology & 120g Shot of Steam) - £15.00 DELIVERED @ Rakuten/Hughes

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Morphy Richards Turbo Steam Iron (with Tip Technology & 120g Shot of Steam) £15 DELIVERED + 3.53% TCB/ 3.5% Quidco For a consistently smooth finish to you clothes the Morphy Richards 40699 Turbo…
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thank you OP :D
Many thanks to OP. A timely bargain.
Nice. Bought for £14.45 after using my super points and got 75 points back!
Good find op.
Good price op heated
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karcher sc1 premium steam cleaner £59.00 @ Tesco

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Karcher sc1 premium steam cleaner £59.99 @ tesco in store
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Waiting for these to go on "reduced to clear" price has been up and down for a while.
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H2O HD Steam Mop Replacement Pads £6.00 (discounted from £15.00) @ Tesco Direct - (£2 c&c)

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HD ? I think il wait for 4K UHD mops
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Karcher Deluxe Corded 240V Steam Cleaner SC 1020 Free Delivery - £50.00 @ B&Q

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Great clearance deal on the Karcher SC 1020. Comes with accessories. Going for £116 on Amazon and £137 from Karcher directly. Free next day delivery or click and collect. Comes with a multifu…
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Gutted really needed one of these!
OOS

coconutoil
Out of stock
Unavailable for Click & Collect

Back in stock for Home Delivery and Click & Collect:

http://i.imgur.com/sOrJuJz.png


Thank you so much, just got one.
Can I just add a tip that I read somewhere recently on a forum/review. The 'guest towel' that they sell in Ikea are ideal additional substitutes for the terry toweling cloth for the floor tool. They're a little larger (they're tiny for a supposed towel but still works well for this application) and the best part is they're only 25p each. Picked some up yesterday while I was passing and boil washed and tumble dried them to shrink them a bit. Better than paying £10 - £12 for 2-5 of them on Amazon:

The NÁCKTEN Guest Towel = 25p each:
http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/images/products/nackten-guest-towel-white__11974_PE089251_S4.JPG
back in stock online heat added :D
angelsapphire
Gutted really needed one of these!
OOS

coconutoil
Out of stock
Unavailable for Click & Collect

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http://i.imgur.com/sOrJuJz.png
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One left in stock at Karcher Outlet if you're interested, refurbished but reviews are goodhttp://www.karcheroutlet.co.uk/products/product.asp?id=5427
The £89.99 refurbished one? This one was only £50. You can get a brand new one from Tesco Direct for a quid cheaper at £89.00
The one that was in stock when I checked was £39, went oos.

Oh ok, but the link that you provided above took me straight to an oos £89.99 one when I opened it.
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Karcher SC1 Steam Cleaner. 2 Year JL warranty £45.00 @ John Lewis instore

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Steam cleaner with good reviews for the cheapest price that I can find. £99 in Argos, £65 on Amazon £45 in John Lewis plus the benefit of the 2 year warranty
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No probs, I got a SC1020 from B&Q for £50, pretty much the same machine as the SC2
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These size ones are really not that good, from past experience. Karcher outlet are doing the larger Karcher SC2, refurbished for £49 delivered. Raging, beause i bought one from John Lewis a couple of weeks ago for £89. They are very good. They only have a few left, so i didn't put up a separate thread.
Cleanerhttps://www.karcheroutlet.co.uk/products/product.asp?id=5427
Hi flipperni, have you bought a refurbished one from them? If so may I ask what it was like on arrival e.g. spotless/as new or signs of wear?


Sorry for the late reply, no i was going to order from them, but they had a postage surcharge to post to Northern Ireland. They were £54 and £15 postage at the time i was looking at them, before they were reduced. I bought from John Lewis in the end.

Edited By: flipperni on Mar 30, 2016 02:16
flipperni
These size ones are really not that good, from past experience. Karcher outlet are doing the larger Karcher SC2, refurbished for £49 delivered. Raging, beause i bought one from John Lewis a couple of weeks ago for £89. They are very good. They only have a few left, so i didn't put up a separate thread.
Cleanerhttps://www.karcheroutlet.co.uk/products/product.asp?id=5427

Hi flipperni, have you bought a refurbished one from them? If so may I ask what it was like on arrival e.g. spotless/as new or signs of wear?
Went In store was told it is out of stock.
Told it would be back in on the 28th.
Also told it will go up In Price but I can get it for £45 still.
Gone for another model anyway. From b and q that is if it arrives.
Not really comparable though flipperni, this one is more for cleaning windows, shower screens etc, light & easy too old
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Bissell 1132E Vac & Steam 1500W Vacuum & Steam Cleaner For Hard Floors Tiles (grade A) £49.99 @ ebay / electric_mania

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These items are Grade A, in top condition with very minor marks on them. Full 12 months warranty. I don't think this seems like a bad deal at all?
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They seem to have good reviews? I have bought one based upon these. Fingers crossed for happy floor cleaning. Well as happy as one gets dealing with daily domestic grind.
Ah I bought one anyhow, anything to make my life easier. Thx OP
It looks good but how does it perform. I bought a cheap £40 one last year and I have to move it really really really slowly and even then it sometimes leaves wet spills on the floor. Do you have one and can you recommend?
thanks ive bought from electric mania before customer service is good
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Or £24.99 if you prefer from marketplace seller on Amazon.
£28.64 on Amazon and available.
I found two in my local store. Worth a trip if not too far.
Currently unavailable........
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Shark Multi Function Steam Mop £14.75 in-store Tesco - Bournemouth

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Another cracking deal in-store Tesco Bournemouth.
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079765172-0001/0622356214179/07 is the code on the ticket. Just been into Batley and there's none left, marked up at higher price on the shelf but got somebody to check and she said it is on national clearance at £14.75, no further planned deliveries so if you see it grab it while you can! Hope somebody has some joy.
You seem helpful would you like me to track one down in a store near you
If you were able to do so I'd be most grateful!
What area am i looking
Yorkshire would've been ideal but I'd imagine it's too late now
Hmm, bit of goose chase. I called 4 different stores. Either they don't stock any more and they asked me to order online, or if they were in stock they weren't reduced at all.
sam_proctor95
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sam_proctor95
079765172-0001/0622356214179/07 is the code on the ticket. Just been into Batley and there's none left, marked up at higher price on the shelf but got somebody to check and she said it is on national clearance at £14.75, no further planned deliveries so if you see it grab it while you can! Hope somebody has some joy.
You seem helpful would you like me to track one down in a store near you
If you were able to do so I'd be most grateful!


What area am i looking
petemeeley
sam_proctor95
079765172-0001/0622356214179/07 is the code on the ticket. Just been into Batley and there's none left, marked up at higher price on the shelf but got somebody to check and she said it is on national clearance at £14.75, no further planned deliveries so if you see it grab it while you can! Hope somebody has some joy.
You seem helpful would you like me to track one down in a store near you
If you were able to do so I'd be most grateful!
sam_proctor95
079765172-0001/0622356214179/07 is the code on the ticket. Just been into Batley and there's none left, marked up at higher price on the shelf but got somebody to check and she said it is on national clearance at £14.75, no further planned deliveries so if you see it grab it while you can! Hope somebody has some joy.


You seem helpful would you like me to track one down in a store near you
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Multifunction steam cleaner tesco £27.88 down from £111 in store tesco Hanley, Stoke on Trent

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Wife spotted this in tesco, good price and still few left on the shelf
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Thank you so much got the last 4 in Dudley store, rang Loughborough store asking if this price was a mistake or correct, and they said they would have to withdraw from sale and tell head office. Good luck to those who gone one :)
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What's the barcode?


​It's like a black and white stripey thing.
mikefrom82
What's the barcode?


5012512137834
I have got one lying in a cupboard doing nothing as they are rubbish. You can have mine for free. Dont waste your money.
What's the barcode?