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Cateye Volt 400 Front USB Rechargable Bike Light £35.99 @ Evans Cycles

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I've been looking for a better front light for unlit roads, cyclepaths and towpaths (my current one is great for making me visible to other road users but not so good for avoiding potholes or the cana…
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davewave
heat simply for your name

Not looking forward to tomorrow. I never could get the hang of Thursdays.
Thanks OP, ordered
I have the 700 volt version and love it. Mainly use is on the ~400 volt setting and find that absolutely fine.
Bargain , I've had mine for at least 12 months and I cannot fault it .
I run mine on just the flash mode as I find it is ample to get me seen , on this mode the battery charge lasts at least 2 weeks with every day use :)
heat simply for your name
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APC 700VA UPS with USB £59.99 Amazon (Delivery 1-2 months)

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I just ordered one of these to go with my Open Media Vault server. Has good reviews. Delivery time is 1 month however it looks to be much cheeper than everywhere else. I am in no rush for it s…
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Craigius
mrwhitelabel
I use a ups on my CCTV DVR
Want 24/7 power even if power cut. I've got router hooked up to it to so that stays active so alarm can notify via LAN if power cut. if phone line cut also then it's screwed for dialout but will hopefully dial out if they cut power first
What size one did you buy to the CCTV and the router may do this myself


I have the ES700
https://www.amazon.co.uk/APC-Back-UPS-700-Uninterruptible-BE700G-UK/dp/B002RXED6A
I went through flubit and paid £57.75
cheekster
Is there an easy way to find out how much power a desktop PC and/or HP microserver use and therefore which rating of UPS is suitable?
Thanks.
Yes, use a power meter like this:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Energenie-429-856UK-Power-Meter/dp/B003ELLGDC/
But (as I've already said) there's generally no problem with pcs or microservers, if you simply disconnect the power nothing is lost

Edited By: jasee on Jan 18, 2017 19:06
Would this power a central heating pump & boiler ignition?
cheekster
Is there an easy way to find out how much power a desktop PC and/or HP microserver use and therefore which rating of UPS is suitable?

Currently considering this UPS:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B002RL0CKI/ref=ox_sc_saved_image_4?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE

plus this trailing socket:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00ADU2T9M/ref=ox_sc_saved_image_5?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A2X1ST6CC1USDW

Thanks.


​I would not bother with the trailing socket, just buy a c13 male to female connector for all of a quid and cut the male off. Then wire it up to a cheaper standard 4 gang extension lead.
Is there an easy way to find out how much power a desktop PC and/or HP microserver use and therefore which rating of UPS is suitable?

Currently considering this UPS:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B002RL0CKI/ref=ox_sc_saved_image_4?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE

plus this trailing socket:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00ADU2T9M/ref=ox_sc_saved_image_5?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A2X1ST6CC1USDW

Thanks.
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PS4 Dualshock USB Wireless Adaptor - £16.85 - ShopTo

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Just noticed this through the PlayStation site, linked to ShopTo and is about £3 cheaper than amazon, GAME etc. could be used for PC games or PS4 on remote play
FeEn3Y_93 Avatar2d, 2h agoFound 2 days, 2 hours ago31 Comments
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No, I saw that. I offered the solution which is the application Ds4 Windows. This allows you to connect WITHOUT the USB cable. Which is what you wanted....
thanks!
TomBoyNI
JohnCrichton
Used it on my iMac last night and it disabled the controller's audio port. Good device though, one less cable and no awkward workarounds.


Have you used it for steam or just PS4. Your post has pretty much sold me on this. Spending a bit more to save any hassle suits me fine.


​I was Remote Playing PS4 then tried emulators natively on Mac and if worked fine. I can try it on my Windows laptop soon.
I've been looking into one of these as I'm now using remote play more. However, my current set up with the Ps4 upstairs and a desktop PC downstairs means I don't need a bluetooth device, or even have to leave my Ps4 in rest mode (which I find noisy personally).

I turn on the Dualshock (paired with the Ps4) and this turns on the Ps4 20-some feet away above me (2 floors up), start up the remote play app and I'm golden. As I'm at a desk the USB cable is no problem. I urge anyone with a similar set up to try it out. I appreciate if you're using remote play and want to sit on a sofa or whatever then you'll need to go the bluetooth route.

Agree on remote play not being reliable. The number of times I have to pause the game as you can see a slow down coming is a little annoying. And I'm on fibre broadband. So I stick to single player sandbox games in the main.
This dongle is more reliable than the Remote Play function itself! Resorted to using it for Steam games.
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3 Port Portable USB 3.0 Hub & card reader with Power Switch - £10.99 (Prime) / £14.98 (non Prime) Sold by Hapurs-Tech and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Easily add 3 USB 3.0 ports + TF / SD / MMC card reader to any compatible PC or Mac. Eliminate the hassle of constantly having to "switch" devices. Enjoy data transfer rates of up to 5Gbps so you spend…
mikerr Avatar2d, 5h agoFound 2 days, 5 hours ago2 Comments
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I've had one running since June, still great - was ordering another for the office so posted it here too.
I'm glad you had better luck than me, but this item failed on me after four months. I also bought it for the high speed memory card transfer rate. I had it connected to a desktop pc so it wasn't damaged by movement or unplugging. :(
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Maxtor 4TB M3 Portable USB3.0 External Hard Drive - £110.97 delivered - BT Shop

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- >Currently, the cheapest 4TB portable usb 3.0 available in the market @ £110.97 delivered. -> Use Quidco to get a few quid cashback on this drive from BT SHOP. Reviews: http://www.techradar…
JeanDeLaFontaine Avatar2d, 8h agoFound 2 days, 8 hours ago22 Comments
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pantaiema
Hassann
I got mine for £80. Regret not buying A couple now looking at current prices!

You might be confusing it with 3.5" which i not portable.
Old deal could in many cases still be seen. Mind to tell where did you get it from, any link ??


​Nah it's a portable one exactly the same as this one.

Link below to the original deal:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/seagate-maxtor-m3-portable-external-hard-drive-4tb-groupon-for-80-34-with-voucher-2518459
jasee
midiman
Mocking_Bird
Hassann
I got mine for £80. Regret not buying A couple now looking at current prices!
Without triggering a political argument here, does Brexit & the slump in the pound have anything to do with the recently increasing HDD prices?
No its a worldwide thing. I don't think the Low exchange rate is affecting prices yet but will do eventually so long term likely to get more expensive, at least compared to the US and Europe
No? But the exchange rate ukp for eastern countries (where they are manufactured) has dropped very markedly.


Don't know all the ins and outs but from what I understand exchange rates are known to fluctuate. For purposes of stability rates are agreed over a period of time. It would not be unreasonable to assume that these are reviewed over time. At some point our exchange rates will have to be reviewed (if they haven't done so already) and inevitably will not go in our favor. Of course if you are buying direct from the far east it stands to reason what you pay will depend on the exchange rate of the day
slipd
Maxtor? Did they disappear years ago?
Heat anyway OP X)

They got bought by Seagate. There's really only 2x mechanical hard drive manufacturers now, Seagate and WD and they own the smaller brands which they use to propagate the market with the appearance of variety.
Hassann
I got mine for £80. Regret not buying A couple now looking at current prices!

You might be confusing it with 3.5" which i not portable.
Old deal could in many cases still be seen. Mind to tell where did you get it from, any link ??
That can happen to any & all hard drives that's why you're supposed to keep valuable stuff in several places at once, these portable drives are especially vulnerable

blue791
I got one of these. Stored all my wedding and honeymoon photos on it and it failed after 6 months. I never checked online forums before buying but wish I did. Check for m3 HDD not recognised or refusing to read. just a heads up for everyone. you may be lucky though.
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USB 3.0 4 Port HUB Splitter £4.99 on e-fonezone eBay

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These are actually REALLY good and I HIGHLY recommend it to all, especially if you have a laptop with limited USB 3.0 ports and you wanna expand them. AND it does not need any external power source un…
sajmeister2 Avatar3d, 5h agoFound 3 days, 5 hours ago9 Comments
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Skrzetu
How long cable is?
Short.
£5.99 now
How long cable is?
AndyRoyd
worthinger
AndyRoyd
Lol. Same seller and what looks like same item but cheaper: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/272433169167 although similar items with option for external power are more flexible, and cheaper at around £4.50 dlvd ex-UK, random example http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/232027115520
The one with the rocker switches looks pretty good.
TBH there's loads of sellers shifting the same/similar product at a similar price - I just chose an example at random. The provision for use with an external power adaptor makes that style much more flexible, especially as the non-powered options will fail miserably with multiple drives attached, for example.

I just like being up to disable stuff without unplugging. It's often the sockets that go on these things and no plug/unplug sequence should stop in from happening...until the switch fails.
worthinger
AndyRoyd
Lol. Same seller and what looks like same item but cheaper: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/272433169167 although similar items with option for external power are more flexible, and cheaper at around £4.50 dlvd ex-UK, random example http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/232027115520
The one with the rocker switches looks pretty good.
TBH there's loads of sellers shifting the same/similar product at a similar price - I just chose an example at random. The provision for use with an external power adaptor makes that style much more flexible, especially as the non-powered options will fail miserably with multiple drives attached, for example.
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Seagate Expansion 5 TB USB 3.0 Desktop 3.5 inch External Hard Drive for PC and Xbox One - Black £121.96 @ Amazon

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5TB Size Ideal add-on storage for your PC or Xbox One Drag and drop file saving, right out of the box Mains powered 2 years warranty
thevman2k3 Avatar3d, 6h agoFound 3 days, 6 hours ago19 Comments
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tightar5e
Chuggee
tightar5e
Chuggee
tightar5e
If wanting this for the internal drive:
Assume the internal drive is (cheaper to manufacture & slower) SMR-Shingled Magnetic Recording not PMR-Perpendicular Magnetic Recording, i.e. it's best not to use this type of drive (SMR) for NAS Raid devices, or as a system C: drive.
​It isn't. It's a standard drive.
https://www.heise.de/preisvergleich/seagate-expansion-desktop-2015-5tb-steb5000200-a1253799.html
It's a standard sized 3.5'' drive internally that uses SMR (which is not good). German Link shows this drive as Shingled Magnetic Recording. (Plus, every press release I remember reading for this at time of release, stated SMR).
​Ah my mistake, I was thinking of the black case 5TB. That was an extra thick 3.5" drive which didn't use SMR. Funnily enough it was also cheaper at £100 a year ago.
Not a problem. It's getting more difficult to work out. It should be made explicit on the box - SMR or PMR.


​SMR is a pain for copying anything that is over 30GB in size. The write speeds just drop to around 20MB/s. The 8TB Seagate Archive drive suffers the same issue. The first 30GB are fine because the SMR HDD uses a 30GB SSD cache to speed up writes, but once that's full then you experience the curse that is SMR HDDs.
Chuggee
tightar5e
Chuggee
tightar5e
If wanting this for the internal drive:
Assume the internal drive is (cheaper to manufacture & slower) SMR-Shingled Magnetic Recording not PMR-Perpendicular Magnetic Recording, i.e. it's best not to use this type of drive (SMR) for NAS Raid devices, or as a system C: drive.
​It isn't. It's a standard drive.
https://www.heise.de/preisvergleich/seagate-expansion-desktop-2015-5tb-steb5000200-a1253799.html
It's a standard sized 3.5'' drive internally that uses SMR (which is not good). German Link shows this drive as Shingled Magnetic Recording. (Plus, every press release I remember reading for this at time of release, stated SMR).
​Ah my mistake, I was thinking of the black case 5TB. That was an extra thick 3.5" drive which didn't use SMR. Funnily enough it was also cheaper at £100 a year ago.
Not a problem. It's getting more difficult to work out. It should be made explicit on the box - SMR or PMR.

Edited By: tightar5e on Jan 16, 2017 21:48
tightar5e
Chuggee
tightar5e
If wanting this for the internal drive:
Assume the internal drive is (cheaper to manufacture & slower) SMR-Shingled Magnetic Recording not PMR-Perpendicular Magnetic Recording, i.e. it's best not to use this type of drive (SMR) for NAS Raid devices, or as a system C: drive.
​It isn't. It's a standard drive.
https://www.heise.de/preisvergleich/seagate-expansion-desktop-2015-5tb-steb5000200-a1253799.html
It's a standard sized 3.5'' drive internally that uses SMR (which is not good). German Link shows this drive as Shingled Magnetic Recording. (Plus, every press release I remember reading for this at time of release, stated SMR).


​Ah my mistake, I was thinking of the black case 5TB. That was an extra thick 3.5" drive which didn't use SMR. Funnily enough it was also cheaper at £100 a year ago.
Chuggee
tightar5e
If wanting this for the internal drive:
Assume the internal drive is (cheaper to manufacture & slower) SMR-Shingled Magnetic Recording not PMR-Perpendicular Magnetic Recording, i.e. it's best not to use this type of drive (SMR) for NAS Raid devices, or as a system C: drive.
​It isn't. It's a standard drive.
https://www.heise.de/preisvergleich/seagate-expansion-desktop-2015-5tb-steb5000200-a1253799.html
It's a standard sized 3.5'' drive internally that uses SMR (which is not good). German Link shows this drive as Shingled Magnetic Recording. (Plus, every press release I remember reading for this at time of release, stated SMR).

Edited By: tightar5e on Jan 15, 2017 19:11: .
mbuckhurst
the whole lot went pop in the space of a few hours

Hard to believe.
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Seagate Expansion 3 TB USB 3.0 Desktop 3.5 inch External Hard Drive for PC and Xbox One - Black £74.99 @ Amazon

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3TB Storage Ideal add-on storage for your PC or Xbox One Drag and drop file saving, right out of the box Mains powered 2 years warranty
thevman2k3 Avatar3d, 6h agoFound 3 days, 6 hours ago8 Comments
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mcgill322
25ish more for the 4tb portable model online,might get it myself! backing up my images/raw files here with old USB 2 hard drives.... About to get fired out the window lol! Still a good find for people needing more space! ♨

link? it looks about £119 for the portable model from looking around. Argos have the 4tb desktop for £100
been this price for months, got my drive using Curry's vouchers left over from an appliance insurance so only had £30 to pay. been using it on my Nexbox A95X just fine. I'm not going to open it up so please don't ask.
25ish more for the 4tb portable model online,might get it myself! backing up my images/raw files here with old USB 2 hard drives.... About to get fired out the window lol! Still a good find for people needing more space! ♨
dragon2611
I'll avoid like the plague unless someone has opened it up and can confirm the drive inside is NOT a ST3000DM01 which are notorious for a high failure rate.
It was specifically the 3TB ones that appeared to be unreliable, supposedly the ST2000DM01 / ST1000DM01 were relatively ok.
My one I purchased awhile ago is labelled as ST3000DM003 in disc management.
Looks like a divan bed.
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WD 2 TB My Passport X Portable External Hard Drive, USB 3.0 - Black £59.66 @ Amazon

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WD 2 TB WDBCRM0020BBK-EESN My Passport X Portable External Hard Drive, USB 3.0 on a lighting deal at Amazon usually £94.59
DaveG46 Avatar3d, 22h agoFound 3 days, 22 hours ago4 Comments
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sowotsdis
vultura
100% claimed.
Edit - There is an option to join waitlist.
so what's the chance you will get it?

I can't see it being great, as there is only 5 minutes before the deal ends.


Edited By: vultura on Jan 14, 2017 23:08
vultura
100% claimed.
Edit - There is an option to join waitlist.
so what's the chance you will get it?
100% claimed.

Edit - There is an option to join waitlist.



Edited By: vultura on Jan 14, 2017 21:34
Thanks OP.

85% claimed.
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'That's not my' Usbourne Sticker and Colouring Books - £1.00 @ Poundland

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rrp £4.99 most places, only £1 in store Pound land Birmingham. Kid's absolutely love these! Big pile of various types!
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Saw these in Denton Manchester
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Medion USB Charger With USB Car Adapter 2.1A - ALDI instore - £4.99

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MEDION LIFE MD E69386 84922) Output voltage: 5.0 V Charging current: max 2.1 A Box contents: USB Wall Charger, Car USB Adaptor, USB coiled cable (USB to Micro USB), USB Adapter Micro U…
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yeah 1.49 had quite a few left. asked manager he said there would be more out next thursday. exactly same ones for same money ! :)
camuk20
1.49 in atherstone store!!!!
Really?

I got one for £4.99 in the Netherton, Liverpool store and was pleased with that. At £1.49 I'd be tempted to buy a few and sell on.
1.49 in atherstone store!!!!
not this price at Huddersfield.
This looks good but what store did you get it from? Do you know if it's store specific or available nationally?
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USB Twin socket @ Toolstation £7.98

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Slim Twin USB switched socket new lower price 2.1A 1.5V Charges phones, tablets etc. Free c+c or free home delivery on orders over £10
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foolsgold99
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foolsgold99
Argos are too
Are what? care to elucidate
I think most people could work it out.
as vague comments go that is up there and you could have simply answered, just as easily as making a snippy comment Argos are what?
1.5v? Think you mean 5v.
thomasleep
foolsgold99
Argos are too
Are what? care to elucidate


I think most people could work it out.
foolsgold99
Argos are too
Are what? care to elucidate
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Lightning deal 77% off USB wifi dual band dongle AC & 5Ghz - £5.99 (Prime or add £3.99) Sold by Anewish and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Looks like a good deal for those whose computers don't have 5Ghz or the new AC wifi standard. Should get you speeds is 166Mbs. But be quick it's a amazon lightning deal that I spotted late, only a f…
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alanbeenthere
the__cat
alanbeenthere
I wont use USB wifi dongles any more as they've always been unreliable, but heat at this price.
May be others have more luck than me.
I use USB dongles to do professional Wifi site surveys. Never had a problem.
We used to use them in remote kiosks running sitekiosk and siteremote and the reports from them were a joke. Up down up down up down... we now use internal mini pci and not looked back.:)

Well I suppose it helps if you use decent ones. The ones I use cost upwards of £60-70 at the very least. These cheap Chinese and Taiwanese cards are terrible, I'll agree.
the__cat
alanbeenthere
I wont use USB wifi dongles any more as they've always been unreliable, but heat at this price.
May be others have more luck than me.
I use USB dongles to do professional Wifi site surveys. Never had a problem.

We used to use them in remote kiosks running sitekiosk and siteremote and the reports from them were a joke. Up down up down up down... we now use internal mini pci and not looked back.

:)
alanbeenthere
I wont use USB wifi dongles any more as they've always been unreliable, but heat at this price.
May be others have more luck than me.

I use USB dongles to do professional Wifi site surveys. Never had a problem.
Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 26 May 2016

300+ reviews already. Odd.
I am using this on windows 10 and I'm finding ok so far but i never had an expensive or "tat" one to compare.
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Integral 16GB Neon USB Flash Drives - 10 Pack, £29.99 inc delivery, was £39.99, save £10, Usually dispatched within 24 hours, at MyMemory

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Integral 16GB Neon USB Flash Drives - 10 Pack, £29.99 inc delivery, was £39.99, save £10, Usually dispatched within 24 hours, at MyMemory. Integral USB Flash Drives £29.99 Delivered £39.99 Yo…
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tdogg
got the exact same 10 pack from ebay last week for £25

On ebay via who? .. as fakes for a lot of 'storage related' stuffs (SD Cards, Micro-SD Cards, Pen Drives and the like), can (and sometimes do), have a tendency to be sometimes fake upon the eBay stream of things, etc? (if any of the previous 12 months+ comment's upon HUKD is anything to go on ..... )

So, be a bit careful. :-)
MeneerSmith
When I glanced at this it looked like the price was £29.99 and with delivery costs was £39.99. Might want to tidy the title up to make it crystal clear this is £29.99 inc delivery, was £39.99, save £10.

Sorted. :-)
got the exact same 10 pack from ebay last week for £25
MeneerSmith
When I glanced at this it looked like the price was £29.99 and with delivery costs was £39.99. Might want to tidy the title up to make it crystal clear this is £29.99 inc delivery, was £39.99, save £10.


​Thanx for that, will do. :-)
Amazon have 32GB 5 pack for the same price.
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Salkin unicable(charges micro usb devices or lightning Apple devices) 99p instore @ home bargains

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works great charges my lg and also my son's iphone you just turn the cable over for different devices micro usb or lightning plenty in-store @ Home Bargains. Darlington
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http://i66.tinypic.com/jhemwl.jpg
http://i66.tinypic.com/23tgl8j.jpg
really thick well built looking cable and connections
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Hisense UK Ltd 65" 4K UHD LED TV with Freeview HD, 3840 x 2160, Silver, 4x HDMI and 3x USB, VESA wall mount 200 x 200mm £987.18 @ ITSupplier

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found this tv bit cheaper than Ebuyer posted 2 days ago, but every little helps.don't how good is the company personally never heard,but website reviews seems like ok.thought of sharing it.
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Hisense 65M5500 £749 delivered with 6 years breakdown cover Richer Soundsand Aviva will cover accidental damage for only an extra £9 a year on existing house and contents insurance (so now total £115 per year)

Edited By: rickryder1 on Jan 17, 2017 15:07
I paid 1029 from John Lewis around 6 weeks ago, the 5 year warranty is definitely worth the extra
AJ92
Whattt a 65" tv with 20x20 vesa oO
Should be 400 x 400
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Seagate Backup Plus 2.5" 4TB USB3 - £90.00 - CEX (USED)

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I know we all dislike CEX, however they offer a reasonable service IMO and include a standard 2 year warranty. This seems like a good price compared to other outlets (£170 on amazon) and ebay etc. an…
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theo00
I bought my brand new 4tb from Argos. it cost £85.99, plus I got a £5 off next purchase card.
Lucky. Black Friday deal? They've gone up a lot since. Cheapest about £125
I bought my brand new 4tb from Argos. it cost £85.99, plus I got a £5 off next purchase card.
On top of the cex warranty, afaik seagate does warranty via the serial number. So if your drive goes bad you'll get another drive which you can then restore from the regular backups that you were doing.

Plus hard drives that have worked for trouble free for years tend to keep on working. In fact a brand new sealed drive is more likely to die than one that is a few months old. SMART will show use and any abuse from a previous owner, so will poor performance or strange noises.
Doesn't the SMART thing in hard drives tell you how many hours it's been on for and how many read/write errors etc?
i dont dislike CEX but a used hard drive- no idea of the length of time it has been used and whether it will be corrupted.
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@ Amazon Ankoda® 3Pack 3.3ft/1M Nylon Braided Lightning to USB Cable, Lightning Data Sync & Charge USB Cable for iPhone SE 6S 6S Plus 6 6Plus 5S 5C 5, iPad Air Air 2 mini2 mini3 4th, iPod Nano, iPad Pro and More (Silver/ Dark Grey/ Gold/ Grey) - £6.99

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Technical Details Compatibility: Compact heat-resistant Lightning connector fits into most case cutouts, big or small (Note: Does NOT fit the Lifeproof iPhone 6 Case). Sync & Charge : Sync…
luvsadealdealdeal Avatar6d, 23h agoFound 6 days, 23 hours ago9 Comments
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I've had a set of these for 2 years, still going strong
I wish apple would just realise the lightening cable is the very worst and flimsiest cable of all time and just bite the bullet. change it to USB C. then we can all move on with our lives
I voted cold because of what I read on the main page.

"The troll poster Sid Harper will put in his usual rubbish criticism - what a waste of space"...dont care if this is true or not but you want to use the few lines that apear on the main page to get people to look at your deal, not to make you look like a bitter vindictive troll yourself.
Just had a refund on 6 of these after one gave shocks and a burn and others failed

Edited By: gdowsett on Jan 12, 2017 01:43
Just go to Syncwire :)
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Samsung 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Fit £22.49 Mymemory with code

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Back at lower price again. TOPSAVE code must be used for 10% off Best value usb stick around this money...
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This is deal is the best price for the item currently in stock including free delivery, it has also not been lower than 22.49 in the past as far as I can see, having checked ebay and amazon history. I dont know what people are complaining about, if you dont think its a good deal vote it cold and move on, but having checked amazon and ebays current and past prices I purchased and voted hot, thanks to op posting the deal!
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Begize
Sorry - hardly a deal bearing in mind this is pretty much the standard price on and off (with codes) from My Memory.
Standard price is around £30 atm... all prices of memory cards and usb sticks gone up in recent months
Standard price is £24.99 and has been for ages. And no, prices of USB sticks have not 'suddenly gone up'.
Standard price is £29.99 now and yes, prices of memory cards and usb sticks gone up due to weaker pound...
The £ hasn't devalued by 50% and stop linking to the highest priced eBay retailers that you can find to make your deal look better than it actually is - all you're doing is just misleading people.
Same retailer - just their ebay shop to prove price history. You are welcome to show us how retailers selling this item at £25 now ...if this is standard price really.
English clearly can't be your first language. Either that you struggle with comprehending English, as I've already linked to retailers selling this for £24.99 as their standard price.
For example: http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?t=2598305&hukdm=6&d=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.currys.co.uk%2Fgbuk%2Fcomputing-accessories%2Fdata-storage%2Fusb-flash-drives%2Fsamsung-fit-usb-3-0-memory-stick-128-gb-silver-10142647-pdt.html
Currys is the only other retailer selling at £25 but for collection only which means old stock. Only Mymemory delivers at this price and all other retailers selling at much higher price. You cannot show us other place selling at this STANDARD price obviously... 0 knowledege and poor attempts to spam other deals - all you
In denial much?
You asked for a £25 deal - you got a link to a £25 deal.
Intelligence and being grounded in reality clearly aren't your strong points.
You said STANDARD price which usually means most retailers selling at this price... any links to all these retailers ? ...and you talking about intelligence, funny guy

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Picard123
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Begize
Sorry - hardly a deal bearing in mind this is pretty much the standard price on and off (with codes) from My Memory.
Standard price is around £30 atm... all prices of memory cards and usb sticks gone up in recent months
Standard price is £24.99 and has been for ages. And no, prices of USB sticks have not 'suddenly gone up'.
Standard price is £29.99 now and yes, prices of memory cards and usb sticks gone up due to weaker pound...
The £ hasn't devalued by 50% and stop linking to the highest priced eBay retailers that you can find to make your deal look better than it actually is - all you're doing is just misleading people.
Same retailer - just their ebay shop to prove price history. You are welcome to show us how retailers selling this item at £25 now ...if this is standard price really.
English clearly can't be your first language. Either that you struggle with comprehending English, as I've already linked to retailers selling this for £24.99 as their standard price.
For example: http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?t=2598305&hukdm=6&d=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.currys.co.uk%2Fgbuk%2Fcomputing-accessories%2Fdata-storage%2Fusb-flash-drives%2Fsamsung-fit-usb-3-0-memory-stick-128-gb-silver-10142647-pdt.html
Currys is the only other retailer selling at £25 but for collection only which means old stock. Only Mymemory delivers at this price and all other retailers selling at much higher price. You cannot show us other place selling at this STANDARD price obviously... 0 knowledege and poor attempts to spam other deals - all you
In denial much?
You asked for a £25 deal - you got a link to a £25 deal.
Intelligence and being grounded in reality clearly aren't your strong points.
You said STANDARD price which usually means most retailers selling at this price... any links to all these retailers ? ...and you talking about intelligence, funny guy
pavel76
Picard123
pavel76
Picard123
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pavel76
Begize
Sorry - hardly a deal bearing in mind this is pretty much the standard price on and off (with codes) from My Memory.
Standard price is around £30 atm... all prices of memory cards and usb sticks gone up in recent months
Standard price is £24.99 and has been for ages. And no, prices of USB sticks have not 'suddenly gone up'.
Standard price is £29.99 now and yes, prices of memory cards and usb sticks gone up due to weaker pound...
The £ hasn't devalued by 50% and stop linking to the highest priced eBay retailers that you can find to make your deal look better than it actually is - all you're doing is just misleading people.
Same retailer - just their ebay shop to prove price history. You are welcome to show us how retailers selling this item at £25 now ...if this is standard price really.
English clearly can't be your first language. Either that you struggle with comprehending English, as I've already linked to retailers selling this for £24.99 as their standard price.
For example: http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?t=2598305&hukdm=6&d=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.currys.co.uk%2Fgbuk%2Fcomputing-accessories%2Fdata-storage%2Fusb-flash-drives%2Fsamsung-fit-usb-3-0-memory-stick-128-gb-silver-10142647-pdt.html
Currys is the only other retailer selling at £25 but for collection only which means old stock. Only Mymemory delivers at this price and all other retailers selling at much higher price. You cannot show us other place selling at this STANDARD price obviously... 0 knowledege and poor attempts to spam other deals - all you

In denial much?

You asked for a £25 deal - you got a link to a £25 deal.

Intelligence and being grounded in reality clearly aren't your strong points.

Edited By: Picard123 on Jan 12, 2017 19:10
Picard123
pavel76
Picard123
pavel76
Picard123
pavel76
Begize
Sorry - hardly a deal bearing in mind this is pretty much the standard price on and off (with codes) from My Memory.
Standard price is around £30 atm... all prices of memory cards and usb sticks gone up in recent months
Standard price is £24.99 and has been for ages. And no, prices of USB sticks have not 'suddenly gone up'.
Standard price is £29.99 now and yes, prices of memory cards and usb sticks gone up due to weaker pound...
The £ hasn't devalued by 50% and stop linking to the highest priced eBay retailers that you can find to make your deal look better than it actually is - all you're doing is just misleading people.
Same retailer - just their ebay shop to prove price history. You are welcome to show us how retailers selling this item at £25 now ...if this is standard price really.
English clearly can't be your first language. Either that you struggle with comprehending English, as I've already linked to retailers selling this for £24.99 as their standard price.
For example: http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?t=2598305&hukdm=6&d=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.currys.co.uk%2Fgbuk%2Fcomputing-accessories%2Fdata-storage%2Fusb-flash-drives%2Fsamsung-fit-usb-3-0-memory-stick-128-gb-silver-10142647-pdt.html
Currys is the only other retailer selling at £25 but for collection only which means old stock. Only Mymemory delivers at this price and all other retailers selling at much higher price. You cannot show us other place selling at this STANDARD price obviously... 0 knowledege and poor attempts to spam other deals - all you
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Toshiba 3TB USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive £78.99 delivered @ eBuyer

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eBuyer daily deals email. Seems a very competitive price for 3TB portable storage!
Matt94Rob Avatar1w, 8h agoFound 1 week, 8 hours ago25 Comments
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Thanks op, I've ordered one for my xbox one... Should last me a while.
Heat added!
You don`t play that much or you got no kids:D, got the kids one for christmas, and there is no space left for 500GB, l still don`t get it, digital download 46GB?
Am l missing something?
​The fact that I have kids means I don't get much time to use it, so 3tb will last me ages...unfortunately ;)

It`s criminal the space, l remembered my first build (Went overboard looking for 40gb hard drive, and my IT friend said what the hell, you going to do with that?)
Now FIFA 17 is 40 plus, BF1 40 As well, now the kids said l`m not allowed as they got no space.
Mind, the only thing they play is that bloody Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2.
PS, any tip to kick their ass on Rocket League?;)
wottodo
m0z
Thanks op, I've ordered one for my xbox one... Should last me a while.
Heat added!

You don`t play that much or you got no kids:D, got the kids one for christmas, and there is no space left for 500GB, l still don`t get it, digital download 46GB?
Am l missing something?


​The fact that I have kids means I don't get much time to use it, so 3tb will last me ages...unfortunately ;)
Arrived today.. Personally never had a problem with Ebuyer.
£84.99 now
m0z
Thanks op, I've ordered one for my xbox one... Should last me a while.
Heat added!

You don`t play that much or you got no kids:D, got the kids one for christmas, and there is no space left for 500GB, l still don`t get it, digital download 46GB?
Am l missing something?
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Deal ended for me, comes up £9.99
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sunil237
I bought it just now.. the deal is active.

No its not


​ok.. well I just bought it for £5.69
i get 9.99 as well.
sunil237
I bought it just now.. the deal is active.

No its not
£9.99 for me and doesn't appear as a lightning deal (even expired ones)
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Western Digital My Passport Ultra 2TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive £60.00 @ Tesco

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Secure and dependable Huge capacity in the palm of your hand Powerful, smart backup software 2 Year Warranty Picked this up today in Tesco in Dunfermline, 2TB WD My Passport Ultra, stock avai…
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Got one in Rugby. There's still one left on the shelf if that helps anyone. :D
druu
eternald
insert ps4 comment here.
Attention! This will NOT work with your PS4 for anyone who is buying it to pull the drive out of it!
The drive is not the 2.5", it is thicker, and the USB interface is SOLDERED onto the hard drive itself!
Source: Bought it for my playstationhttp://www.jrin.net/2013_09_11/how-to-dismantle-a-western-digital-my-passport-external-hard-drive

2TB should be useful for porn collection other than not being compatible with the PS4 lol
Loads on display at Ashby De La Zouch but no actual stock in the back. Not helped by the clueless individual on the electrical desk either.
An in store stock check revealed that there's no stock in the Loughborough store either.
Has anyone found any stock in the Midlands?
People saying this isn't a deal....Was in Saintsbury tonight and they are offering 2TB Sea(yourdataneveragainwhenthisinevitablycrashesandburns)gate external USB3.0 drives in their clearance section for £69. There are few and far between most reliable hard drive manufacturers than Western Digital.
Just in case anyone wants to know, Tesco Watford (the big superstore) has a large number of drives available from about £40.00 to £60.00 - all reduced to clear.
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£10.98 now
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Sandisk Cruzer 8GB USB Slide reduced to £2.10 @ Sainsbury's Local

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Was in a local and noticed that they had reduced the price of the Sandisk Cruzer Slide 8GB Edition to just £2.10. https://s27.postimg.org/3yvgp4v5v/IMG_3286.jpg
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Shed load in Edinburgh but still £7
Scan them to see half the time they never change the tickets
I did scan £7
jdo88
Shed load in Edinburgh but still £7

Scan them to see half the time they never change the tickets
Shed load in Edinburgh but still £7
8)good if you can find any
Hill Lane, Southampton
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Panasonic DVD Player with USB INPUT £23.00 @ sainsburys

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One for the kids room! Product number DVD-S500EB-K Enjoy lots more content options, with Panasonic's DVD-S500EB-K DVD player. As well as playing DVDs, this stylish DVD player boasts a front USB…
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Picked up one of these earlier....now further reduced to £20...had a few left in East Grinstead
Any good yet?. :-)
Couldn't tell you from a DVD perspective as I'm using it as a CD player for my separates system....decent player thus far on that front. It's £20, it plays DVD's, CD's and has a USB port...it's worth a punt at that price.

Well said, thanx for the feedback ...

Need one also (but moreso for DVD Films/Movies on the TV).

Slightly different note, DVD's are better, but I think the whole VHS concept was wayyy better when it came to certain things? (or maybe I'm in that boat by myself ..... lol). :-)
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boozie
Picked up one of these earlier....now further reduced to £20...had a few left in East Grinstead
Any good yet?. :-)
Couldn't tell you from a DVD perspective as I'm using it as a CD player for my separates system....decent player thus far on that front. It's £20, it plays DVD's, CD's and has a USB port...it's worth a punt at that price.
boozie
Picked up one of these earlier....now further reduced to £20...had a few left in East Grinstead

Any good yet?. :-)
Picked up one of these earlier....now further reduced to £20...had a few left in East Grinstead
This is not multi-region. Can't find anywhere saying it is so? Has anyone got one and tried it with non-region2 discs?
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BLUE Yeti Professional USB Microphone White - £89.99 collection only @ Currys

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Bit of a goose chase as they're not in stock in many places. Portsmouth has one. Silver also available at not quite such a good price of £99.99, again, have to track one down. Brentford has one.
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Hopefully nobody confuses this with the Blue Yeti Pro ... which is rather more expensive. :|

Got a Blue Yeti for £76 from Amazon last week, initially didn't like the design or the size - replaced a Behringer C-1U USB mic. Tried out Audacity, boy am I glad I bought it - I have the world's worst "radio voice" -and it even made me sound acceptable. Love it. :D



Edited By: hukdplan on Jan 08, 2017 12:29: Update
seen some in the Rochale store
I put in London and it says 0 stock :(
Believe me, any Curry's store that says it has one actually has none(_;)
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TP-Link ARCHER T2UH AC600 HIGH GAIN WIRELESS DUAL BAND USB ADAPTOR £18.99 prime / £22.98 non prime @ Amazon

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Sorry in advance to Non Prime HUKD'ers but you can get free delivery with an add-on item just search [add-on] in Amazon search box to take total cost just over £20 mark and still the cheapest around i…
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If you're investing in AC, you might as well get something with 867Mbps throughput on the 5GHz channel instead, otherwise a 300Mbps N adapter is a better value choice.


​I sent back a Tp-Link Archer T4U which wasn't giving download speeds a quarter of the advertised 867Mbps on 5ghz in fact it was much worse than this probably because of the internal antenna. I also have an
Asus USB-N53 Dual-band Wireless-N600 USB Adapter which is even worse.


​Try the ASUS AC56 or Netgear A6210. Great modern AC adapters which do offer that throughput. Just a shame about the lack of Linux support.


​I don't need to Chuggee this works great for me and much cheaper than your suggestions so I think its a great deal.
gazdoubleu
Chuggee
If you're investing in AC, you might as well get something with 867Mbps throughput on the 5GHz channel instead, otherwise a 300Mbps N adapter is a better value choice.


​I sent back a Tp-Link Archer T4U which wasn't giving download speeds a quarter of the advertised 867Mbps on 5ghz in fact it was much worse than this probably because of the internal antenna. I also have an
Asus USB-N53 Dual-band Wireless-N600 USB Adapter which is even worse.


​Try the ASUS AC56 or Netgear A6210. Great modern AC adapters which do offer that throughput. Just a shame about the lack of Linux support.
Oh dear some reviews only give this 2 stars, think I will pass on this one
Chuggee
If you're investing in AC, you might as well get something with 867Mbps throughput on the 5GHz channel instead, otherwise a 300Mbps N adapter is a better value choice.


​I sent back a Tp-Link Archer T4U which wasn't giving download speeds a quarter of the advertised 867Mbps on 5ghz in fact it was much worse than this probably because of the internal antenna. I also have an
Asus USB-N53 Dual-band Wireless-N600 USB Adapter which is even worse.
If you're investing in AC, you might as well get something with 867Mbps throughput on the 5GHz channel instead, otherwise a 300Mbps N adapter is a better value choice.
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Verbatim 2TB Portable USB 3.0 Hard Drive (Silver) was £93.99 now £45.98 @ Amazon

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- 3.0 SuperSpeed - for ultra fast data transfer - USB plug 'n' play (no additional power required) - Nero Backup Software - USB REC & PLAY* - supports USB recording/ playback ** Temporarily out
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£45 is currently an excellent price for a 2TB portable drive
Should be the normal everyday price for it by now! :(

I would second this. Hard drive prices have been really stagnant lately, in fact I think if anything they have gone up! I got a 3TB external 3.5" drive about 9-10 months ago for £45, admittedly refurbished but still, try getting even a refurbished one for that now, would be looking at another £20 plus easily.

2.5" drives are especially expensive too, which is annoying since more and more devices are starting to use them, like PVRs, which always used 3.5" drives in the past. You would think the increased volume of 2.5" drives being sold would drive the prices down, but it just doesn't seem to be happening, methinks they like their profits too much...
popoyaya
£45 is currently an excellent price for a 2TB portable drive

Should be the normal everyday price for it by now! :(
Thanks OP, Amazon delivery confirmed for early February. £45 is currently an excellent price for a 2TB portable drive :)

Edited By: popoyaya on Jan 14, 2017 22:36
popoyaya
I queried why they cancelled the order and got this pathetic bullsh*t response
"You opened a PayPal case up and they refunded this for you automatically"

Weird coincidence, apparently I did the same thing!

Edited By: vultura on Jan 13, 2017 18:40
I queried why they cancelled the order and got this pathetic bullsh*t response

"You opened a PayPal case up and they refunded this for you automatically"
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Samson Meteor USB Microphone in Black - £52.06 delivered to UK @ thomann.de (Germany)

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The black version of the distinctly chrome Samson Meteor seems to be usually much more expensive, in fact it is currently £80 vs £48 at Amazon, but Thomann in Germany has them both for more or less th…
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Great mic, i bought one from Poland a few months ago and the quality is fantastic for the money.
The chrome one is £48.35 on Amazon UK Samson Meteor USB Microphone - Chrome https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B004MF39YS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_L-7Byb3JNTM40
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not at size 12 to 14 it wouldn't lol
........definitely think a size 4-6 would be more attractive to men.... NOT!!!!!!! Nothing wrong with a size 12/14!
...if you like the more robust lady ;-)
12/14 all woman and curves sexy as **** ...you into little girls stright up and down stick thin naaa all wrong
Binary_Sudoku
Was thinking of buying it but after some of these comments about being a bloody size 12-14 I don't think i'd feel comfortable anymore...
Embrace it! If you want one, get one!
mcolman
You might want to pick up a bottle of mind bleach for your partner unless you're really sure it's going to suit you. http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/139/590x/secondary/george-galloway-291470.jpg
Oh my, I remember this series! Bahahaha!
You might want to pick up a bottle of mind bleach for your partner unless you're really sure it's going to suit you.

http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/139/590x/secondary/george-galloway-291470.jpg
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SanDisk 64 GB Ultra Fit USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ43-064G-GAM46) £12.99 @ Base

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Cheaper than amazon, moby etc Note this is the GAM46 version currently £17.99 on amazon, so its still cheaper than the previous version, the difference not sure. Random statement on Sandisk Q&A "...S…
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Mine never got too hot to touch but I wouldn't want to leave it plugged in. I wonder if part of the slow speed issues are thermal throttling.
This was one of the few USB3 drives I had tested and returned. The Read speed was OK, but the Write speed was quite poor as were many others in that price range. Sure, it was faster than USB2.0 but not even close to true USB3.0 write speeds; IIRC something like 40MBps~ whereas my Sandisk Extreme is consistently at 170MBps+.

You get what you pay for! No heat from me, but not voting cold either :)
TheVeryMan
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TheVeryMan
As you may be aware, the latest laptops and desktops also generate considerable amount of heat. This can contribute to SanDisk Ultra Fit USB running warm while inserted in these hosts. Nevertheless, the drive is tested to remain in acceptable temperature ranges to not affect your host device.
Let's be honest: that statement is utter rubbish and a feeble attempt to smooth over the device's failings. I have multiple USB drives. In the same host shifting the same data, only the Sandisk Ultra Fit are near too hot to touch immediately after use. Would be interesting to see how the suggested new model differs, if at all.
So you voted hot... See what I did eh eh? Yes I'm hilarious, you're laughing on the inside but that's OK. I've got a Prodigy song in my head now can you guess what it is?
1994 release: "No Good" ?
Very dry Mr Royd, I like the cut of your jib. Showing your vintage as a connoisseur of the classics :D
Nah, simply googled Prodigy discography to see what best suited a response.
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TheVeryMan
As you may be aware, the latest laptops and desktops also generate considerable amount of heat. This can contribute to SanDisk Ultra Fit USB running warm while inserted in these hosts. Nevertheless, the drive is tested to remain in acceptable temperature ranges to not affect your host device.
Let's be honest: that statement is utter rubbish and a feeble attempt to smooth over the device's failings. I have multiple USB drives. In the same host shifting the same data, only the Sandisk Ultra Fit are near too hot to touch immediately after use. Would be interesting to see how the suggested new model differs, if at all.
So you voted hot... See what I did eh eh? Yes I'm hilarious, you're laughing on the inside but that's OK. I've got a Prodigy song in my head now can you guess what it is?
1994 release: "No Good" ?

Very dry Mr Royd, I like the cut of your jib. Showing your vintage as a connoisseur of the classics :D
TheVeryMan
AndyRoyd
TheVeryMan
As you may be aware, the latest laptops and desktops also generate considerable amount of heat. This can contribute to SanDisk Ultra Fit USB running warm while inserted in these hosts. Nevertheless, the drive is tested to remain in acceptable temperature ranges to not affect your host device.
Let's be honest: that statement is utter rubbish and a feeble attempt to smooth over the device's failings. I have multiple USB drives. In the same host shifting the same data, only the Sandisk Ultra Fit are near too hot to touch immediately after use. Would be interesting to see how the suggested new model differs, if at all.
So you voted hot... See what I did eh eh? Yes I'm hilarious, you're laughing on the inside but that's OK. I've got a Prodigy song in my head now can you guess what it is?
1994 release: "No Good" ?
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SanDisk Ultra Flair 16 GB 150 MB/s Read USB 3.0 Flash Drive - Grey, Black £3.83 (Prime) @ Amazon

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Lightning deal. Get it quick because it's already 75% claimed.
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Ordered, great deal not sure about the frosty votes?
not sure about what the question mark is for?
Gkains
That was quick: 100% claimed. Are people buying to resell on ebay or something?

For a profit of £2-3? I highly doubt it.
Per GB, it's not actually amazing value but it is a very fast stick.
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Gutted I missed this, was just thinking about that I need an USB stick for small backups, this would of been perfect especially at 3.0.
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MASTERPLUG SRGU104-MP Surge Protector 10-Socket Extension Cable with USB - 4M Cable £12.99 Currys

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I know I shared a 10 Socket Tower going for £9.99 at Robert Dyas BUT here for an extra £3 we are getting * 2 USB ports * 4 Metre cable (another 2m) on top of everything * Option to use it as a tow…
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Been using two of the Robert Dyas Version for my pc setup for around 5 - 10 years now - no problems reported.
Most av equipment won't max out this. Plugging a few toasters and kettles in is another story.
Al666
what's the point of 10 sockets when you should only be drawing up to 13 amps?

It's irrelevant how many sockets there are. Just depends on the wattage of the appliances you're connecting. As long as what you're connecting doesn't exceed 3000w then you're fine.
Al666
what's the point of 10 sockets when you should only be drawing up to 13 amps?
Convenience over safety.
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Logitech M185 Wireless USB Optical Mouse. 3 years warranty, 1 year battery life. £7.00 delivered AO

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Respected optical three button and scroll wireless mouse in red & black with USB nano receiver with option of "delivered to your door on a day that suits you", or "collect from one of over 5800 stores…
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AO refunded me in full, because the wrong mouse was sent.
Furthermore, they didn't want to pick it up either.
Cheers
Result ! Aplogies, I should have put this in freebies...
AO refunded me in full, because the wrong mouse was sent.
Furthermore, they didn't want to pick it up either.
Cheers
AndyRoyd
Smosekum
AndyRoyd
Smosekum
Delivered the next day with standard delivery, just got mine.Unfortunately not the same coloured mouse as on the AO page:Delivered: Black bottom, Red middle, Black topPictured: Black bottom, Black middle, Red top
Won't be trusting AO to supply my products in the future
What's the part number? AO red M185 said to be PN 910-002237 which is red top on Logitech GB site. I suspect you have been sent red M185 PN 910-002240.
Thanks, M185 910-002237 was sent, but I didn't know the colour was different to the pictured product.
The advert was inaccurate.
And asked AO to return it at their expense.
I wonder if it is a packaging error by Logitech? Hope all the AO stock are the correct mouse for the HUKD snappers.
Weird. The CH logitech site quotes PN 910-002240 and an image of M185 with red top, but the GB Logitech site quotes PN 910-002237 and an image of M185 with red top same as AO, but Amazon and others attribute the 002237 model to the black top + red side same as you have received. And to further complicate: PN 910-003635 will (should?) bag you a red top in the States. Wonder if there is a mechanical difference in all these versions?

Thanks,

Strange goings on here, will post back when AO have replied
Smosekum
AndyRoyd
Smosekum
Delivered the next day with standard delivery, just got mine.Unfortunately not the same coloured mouse as on the AO page:Delivered: Black bottom, Red middle, Black topPictured: Black bottom, Black middle, Red top
Won't be trusting AO to supply my products in the future
What's the part number? AO red M185 said to be PN 910-002237 which is red top on Logitech GB site. I suspect you have been sent red M185 PN 910-002240.
Thanks, M185 910-002237 was sent, but I didn't know the colour was different to the pictured product.
The advert was inaccurate.
And asked AO to return it at their expense.
I wonder if it is a packaging error by Logitech? Hope all the AO stock are the correct mouse for the HUKD snappers.
Weird. The CH logitech site quotes PN 910-002240 and an image of M185 with red top, but the GB Logitech site quotes PN 910-002237 and an image of M185 with red top same as AO, but Amazon and others attribute the 002237 model to the black top + red side same as you have received. And to further complicate: PN 910-003635 will (should?) bag you a red top in the States. Wonder if there is a mechanical difference in all these versions?
AndyRoyd
Smosekum
Delivered the next day with standard delivery, just got mine.Unfortunately not the same coloured mouse as on the AO page:Delivered: Black bottom, Red middle, Black topPictured: Black bottom, Black middle, Red top
Won't be trusting AO to supply my products in the future
What's the part number? AO red M185 said to be PN 910-002237 which is red top on Logitech GB site. I suspect you have been sent red M185 PN 910-002240.

Thanks, M185 910-002237 was sent, but I didn't know the colour was different to the pictured product.
The advert was inaccurate.

https://s30.postimg.org/496yxtev1/IMG_2863a.jpg
Full sized image https://s30.postimg.org/4ypra6fep/IMG_2863a.jpg

And asked AO to return it at their expense.
I wonder if it is a packaging error by Logitech? Hope all the AO stock are the correct mouse for the HUKD snappers.




Edited By: Smosekum on Jan 06, 2017 12:12: Added info
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even the proclaimers wouldn't find stock

That's because they walked to Currys 500 minutes after the deal was posted ;)
even the proclaimers wouldn't find stock
Was interested in the USB but reading these reviews either not enough power or blowing in 1 case
No stock anywhere near me