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Wittnauer Aiden Watch WN1000 (Citizen Brand), Sapphire Crystal, Black Leather Strap, Miyota Movement, 50M WR, £23.67 @ Amazon US (Including Import Fees & Delivery). Sold By Watch City And Fulfilled By Amazon
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Bit niche, and will require a bit more patience than with Amazon UK, but may appeal to someone! 48mm case apparently, which may put some off. Though, other sites say 42mm, and Ama… Read more
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Couldn't find many reviews. There are the ones on Amazon of course. A few here There was definitely another, but can't seem to find it again just now.


do you have the link please


looks like a rado


Not normally my cup of tea, but something about it appeals. From the odd review I've read it's better in reality too.

[PC] Titanfall 2 (Digital Code) - £3.77 -
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Back down to $4.99, currently cheaper than Origin (£6.24) at the moment, but also an option if you're not comfortable with an purchase :) Origin codes aren't region… Read more
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Worth it for the single player story alone?


ORRRR get origin access for £3.99 which has this game in it, the multiplayer is dead so you won't play it for more than a week or so. Plus you get all the other games.


It gives me error every time i click on 'Change your country setting' hyperlink. No idea why. edit: Sorted somehow :)


It is a good game but I do not think it has many players. I went back to it after an absence about two weeks ago and quit after trying for 40 mins to find any game.

[Nintendo Switch] The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild [Digital Code] - £33.87 -
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Here we go :) currently have 50% off Nintendo Switch games, BotW is $44.99 which equates to £33.87 currently, bargain right? It's currently £44.99 on the UK Nintendo … Read more
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Thanks Buzz


Im in uk wish i seen this post this morning as i brought game on eshop


It does seem it but i dunno if ill play it! It just seems a good price.


Not dodgy in the slightest used them many times for years. They have just updated their mobile website which was being a bit strange for me so maybe that was a bit off. I launched the full website on my phone and it worked fine


Cheers OP. Heat added. Been waiting for a saving on this, downloading now. :D

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Red Sparrow 4k UHD Blu-ray - £15.51 delivered @
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Not released in the UK until July, and the cheapest pre-order is currently £19.99. Prima ballerina Dominika Egorova faces a bleak and uncertain future after she suffers an injury … Read more
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Mine has arrived in the UK, hopefully I'll get it tomorrow


Loving all the experts on here giving us all info what's real or fake etc bet most work down the local chippy :D


As others have said the transfer and then work done to after such as digital noise reduction, HDR and colour grading make much more of a difference than the original resolution. Lucy looks mind blowingly good in 4K whereas Jurassic Park 4K is barely an upgrade at all but both are "true 4K".


Most films are definitely not shot in 2K, you'd be hard pressed to find any recent studio film that used a 2K camera to shot with. They're using 2.8K, 3.4K, 4K, 6K even 8K (Guardians Vol.2). I think you're confusing "shot in" with "finished in", but even then resolution isn't the be and end all of the equation. DVDs, Blu-rays and UHD Blu-rays live and die with the encoding.


An old quote of mine: A little knowledge is...?. The realorfake website is an example of "a little knowledge". The site can be useful but here are the facts: There are "real" 4k films that don't look any better than their 2k Blu-Rays. There are "fake" 4k films that look much better than their 2k Blu-Rays and some "real" 4k Blu-rays There are "real" 4k films that "can" look better than any of the above.

Hitman Sniper Assassin for free @ Amazon US
18/11/2018Expires on 18/11/2018Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
I do realise this is meant to be free anyway however Game are rather sneakily charging £10 for the freebie and then discounting it. So if you cancel the order you will be charged I… Read more

This can now be done on amazon UK. It takes up to two days for codes to come through though.


Any codes still available? For PS4, tried all the ones in the list with no luck.


Why is everybody asking for people to go and get codes when it's so easy? It was pretty generous of @JasonVoorhees to post quite a few as it is


Hey do you have any xbox left please?


If anyone has a code id be so thankful!

Amazon US PC Parts 24 hour SALE
Shipping from USShipping from United StatesFound 31st MayFound 31st May
Cheapest for a while on graphics card and components here are a few. EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti GAMING - £337.25 ASUS Radeon RX 580 8GB - £232.33 There's various components a… Read more



add 200% for import duty, custom duty, vat, tax for possession of USA goods, plus for sure other new taxes which I am not aware of


someone cant add up :)


You will have to pay import and duty fees on top. Makes it the same price as from buying from or other uk retailers.


will they deliver to uk without import duty ???

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Arlo Pro - Two camera with base station @ Amazon US - £250
Shipping from USShipping from United StatesFound 30th MayFound 30th May
Ships from and sold by Order SummaryItem(s) Subtotal: $256.74 Shipping & Handling: $11.58 Total before tax: $268.32 Estimated tax to be collected: $0.00 Import F… Read more

no point taking it too personally, the voting on here is very illogical at times and good deals get voted cold and useless deals get voted hot. It can drive you nuts if you take it too much to heart but don't let that stop you posting deals. (highfive)


Wifi equipment for the USA market has less 2.4GHz channels so potentially could be a problem. If you're able to select europe then hopefully if won't be a problem but otherwise might be limited to 11 channels.


Arrived in 4 working days. All setup and working so good all for just under £250.


Because of bad losers who don't like others to have a good deal?


Probably.. just that a million people would disagree with that..

Arlo Pro 2 by NETGEAR (VMS4230P, 1080p HD, Audio, Indoor or Outdoor, Night Vision, Works with Alexa) - £396.04 delivered @ Amazon US
Found 19th MayFound 19th May
Price is further dropped. I know it's AMAZON USA but it's more than £100 saving. Price includes tax and delivery. Items:GBP 313.27 Shipping & handling:GBP 8.08 Total before t… Read more

And it's about £400 for this all if delivery is USA. Or may be about £480 with shipping and handling fee for UK.


oh not sure


Will it come with a 2 pin plug for base station


there's a 3rd party cable people are using outdoors.. I'll try and find it


At this price maybe worth thinking about but normally I’d say the Pro 2 isn’t worth the extra over the Pro. Pro 2 adds motion detectactivity zones and 24/7 Continuous Video Recording but neither can be used outdoors as it needs to be connect to the mains. Presume socket on the back of the camera is not waterproof when in use. Addition resolution doesn’t look much more sharp either.

Hyperkin pupper Nintendo switch charge controller  £12.37 @ delivered.
Found 19th MayFound 19th May
£21.39 on Amazon uk The Hyperkin “Pupper” Controller Attachment for Switch Joy-Con has an ergonomic design, which provides a curved grip for a more comfortable hold; secure and e… Read more

£11.78 delivered now :)


It doesn’t plug into your switch and the blame lays firmly on Nintendo for using a non standard usbc.


Nothing against this deal or the op, it’s a great price, but no non licensed peripherals will be going near my switch after those 3rd party docks started bricking switches.


That's my thought too by the look of these slanted grips. Seems stupid to me :/


I saw a review on something similar to this. The issue is because the joycons are slanted for example when you naturally press up on the analogue stick you accidentally press up left

Makita XPH07Z LXT Lithium Ion Brushless Cordless Hammer Driver Drill with Tool , 1/2-Inch 192.88 USD = £143 delivered @
Shipping from USShipping from United StatesFound 15th MayFound 15th May
This is the top of the line Makita DHP481Z, but they call it the XPH07Z in America. The price of 192.88 USD (£143) includes delivery to the UK as well as import taxes. You can’t bu… Read more

If I’m spending this much on a single combo-drill I would consider the 4 mode impact driver. It’s an impact driver with 140nm of force plus a combo drill all in one. I use mine everyday and it never skips a beats. Only down side is having to use Hex Shank bits for everything. Or get a Hex Chuck


Hot deals us ? Or uk


Cheaper here with free delivery and UK stock


Totally agree. Not worth the hassle, potential warranty issues and currency flactuation lottery for just a tenner....


Cheapest I can find is £154, would rather pay that and not worry about them questioning the guarantee if anything went wrong, heat though as it is cheapest.

Acer Predator Helios 300 Gaming Laptop, 15.6" Full HD, Intel Core i7-7700HQ CPU, 16GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB SSD, GeForce GTX 1060-6GB £983.07 @
Shipping from USShipping from United StatesFound 14th MayFound 14th May
Hi-spec model helios 300 with i7-7700HQ and 6GB GTX 1060 Comes with 1 year acer warranty this is my second post so please be nice

This will have a slightly different keyboard layout. The @ key is in a different position and there is no £ symbol. Of course you can just change the layout in windows and remember the UK positions. Definitely not a deal breaker IMO


Giving up warranty for this price... wonder how this will work for a gaming laptop!


This was posted last month.


Good deal but the 1 year warranty kills it for me :( Heat though.


Retreats voting hot :| :| (annoyed)

EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB SC GAMING £218.56 Shipped and sold by
Found 14th MayFound 14th May
comes with evga 3 years warranty First post so please be nice...

Its £218 on the amazon UK website...

djnaff is cheaper



isnt the 6gb version with 2 fans £25 more on ebuyer? surely this isnt a deal???


FREE UNLIMITED photo backup with Amazon Drive on Amazon Prime
Found 13th MayFound 13th May
As a photographer with a full 4TB harddrive, I was looking for a double double extra opportunity to back up my work - but didn’t fancy laying out hundreds of pounds. So I searched … Read more
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Mine uploads nice and fast. Perhaps get a better internet connection. Mine uploads in the background, obviously the app needs to be open but it's all in the background with the app in the system tray.


This has been the case for at least the last two years. My gripe is how slow it is to upload and it doesn’t do it in the background. App must be open


Yup! I've tested uploading my 20 megapixel photos and then downloading it again to see if it's the same and it was. It's great value for still photos.


Ah useful to know! I thought they did alter it. Looks like I’ll be moving all my photos later


Amazon doesn't alter the original photo. You might be thinking of Google Photos? Which slightly compresses the photo if it's larger then 16 megapixels.

Xbox One - A Way Out (Digital Copy): £14.74 via Amazon US
Found 12th MayFound 12th May
You'll need a US address in your Amazon account, IUse Alaska as there is no VAT added to basket price. Code is region Free. Currently £25 on the Xbox Store. A Way Out: $19.99/£14.7… Read more
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Interesting, mite have to get this


I echo all of this, down to the letter.


I’m pretty sure you can also play it on 2 different Xbox’s on one game, know that you can on the physical copy not sure about the download version. This was part of the marketing


Is it split screen?


Can you play alone

Sony PlayStation VR £204.20 @ Amazon USA
Found 10th MayFound 10th May
Sony PlayStation VR From the manufacturer PlayStation VR A radical new dimension in virtual reality gaming arrives October 2016 Advanced VR Display The feeling of ‘being the… Read more

Yeah I posted that and it got voted freezing!


poor deal this time


It's been cheaper than this for the full starter pack with GT Sport


V1, US version, no camera or game...


Cex sell it for £170 unboxed if anyone cares

[Xbox One] The Disney Afternoon Collection (6 games) - £5.89 -
Found 9th MayFound 9th May
One for the kids. This is currently £15.99 on the Xbox Store and comes with six games. DuckTales DuckTales 2 TaleSpin Darkwing Duck Chip 'n Dale Rescue Ra… Read more
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Don't worry. Intention fraud to save a few £s on something they didn't need in the first place is par for the course on this site.


Wish it was for PS4 :(( Heat tho, for those with xBone ^^


That does not sound like sarcasm...


I used a dpad, as did everyone else... On the nes, which these released on. Oh I have a dpad on my Xbox one controller, that's convenient.

KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker £84.78 at Amazon US
Found 9th MayFound 9th May
KitchenAid KCM4212SX Cold Brew Coffee Maker. Makes awesome tasting cold brew coffee (very different to hot coffee gone cold) and looks great in the fridge. Great for summer. These… Read more

It's not technically any sweeter, it is just less acidic and less bitter. Cold brew is really nice to drink black which I never normally do.


+1 for Hario. Of course taste varies with the coffee, but deffo less acidity. Dilute brew with cold water to taste


Ok yes its more expensive than buying a glass jar and some muslin cloth. But then again, a Ferrari is more expensive than a Honda... These are £130 RRP and the cheapest in the UK is around £115 You're paying for - The brand - The convenience of having a fridge stored device with a tap to pour the cold brew from.


cos it's a kitchenaid :)


Why would you pay nearly £90 for this? You can get a coldbrew flask for under £20.

[Xbox One] Life is Strange: Before the Storm (Complete Season) - £7.50 / Deluxe Edition - £11.05 -
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
Both versions are for a digital download. As always when purchasing from you'll need a US address in your Amazon account, I'd recommend Alaska as there is no VAT added t… Read more
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Available @ Game Now for £8.39 if anyone don’t want to change address.


Okay, so I've figured it out. I need to change the "deliver to..." Address in the Amazon nav, as well as changing my country settings, which would update my Kindle settings. Which I don't want to at the moment as I don't want to mess up my daughter's Kindle or her collection. Jesus, talk about jumping through hoops ;) Thank you for your time though, really do appreciate it


I've used my UK Mastercard in the above example, the payment method is irrelivant, just have a US address in your address book for the 'delivery' address :)


Ah it may be that I've got a delivery address, bit not a billing one... Sorry for the stupid questions, Did you have to create a new payment method for a US billing address to exist?


It's working for me using this address... Here's the order at pay...

Oculus Go - 64GB VR Headset £236.69 Delivered @
Found 3rd MayFound 3rd May
Oculus Go 64Gb delivered from for £236.69 including (£39.45 import Duty & Shipping). Or you can get it for Approx. £228 using a fee free card.
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Anybody knows any place we can try and/or buy that in UK? I want it mainly for movies. For people that had tried Kodi/Netflix, how it is compared to a good 4K screen? Does it give the feeling of cinema?


3DoF may well be enough for those that only want enough immersion for VR Media playback. Theatre-mode 60 fps PC Gaming and YouTube (via Bigscreen VR) is planned for this headset.


The Lenovo Mirage Solo has just been launched at 400USD. At twice the price of the Oculus Go (in the US at least) it seems like a hard sell but includes one feature that makes VR much more immersive. That feature is 6 degrees of freedom (6DoF). The Lenovo Mirage Solo has the ability to track your head in the world around it. Meaning your head movements such as ducking or leaning can be applied to whatever is going on in the headset. Think of ducking a punch in a boxing game for instance or peeking round a corner or over a ledge in a shooter or stealth game. Headsets like the Oculus Go, Gear VR and traditional Daydream cannot do this. They only offer 3 degrees of freedom which is the rotational axis. So turning your head around and up and down to look at things. Which is great. But the other is much, much more immersive. The Lenovo headset uses the Daydream platform (but requires no phone) instead of Oculus. There is also the Vive standalone offering coming sometime this year and Oculus is expected to release another standalone headset next year that has 6DoF. These seem like a good price-performance balance vs the current high end hardware that offers more in terms of visuals and immersiveness but costs more and needs extras like a PC to function and leaves you surrounded by wires. (The Oculus Rift and HTC Vive offer 6DoF of course.) I own a Samsung phone and Gear VR so I wouldn't buy the Oculus, but the Lenovo is tempting. It looks like a true Rift/Vive light product. At least until each company releases their own wire free 6DoF unit. We're getting much closer to the VR dream. Honestly I will probably keep saving and buy the next gen of the high end Vive or Rift (or perhaps the gen after that, at which point I'll probably need a new Pc so maybe the gen after that once i've saved up...), but I wouldn't have even considered it without the Gear VR. But if I wanted to try VR and was thinking of buying a standalone headset, I would skip this one and go for one of the newer 6DoF headsets.


Based purely on reading around the topic generally, and this headset specifically; the experience depends on the kind of image quality you are used to. Some people love the current level of video quality, and there are multiple features designed to make the experience as comfortable as possible. The software will continue to evolve; improvements are possible in the future. There is a lot of flexibility on this platform, between different video players and tweaks. I hope to get a headset soon, and expect the video quality to be better than what I am familiar with.


How many of you have watched whole films in VR? I'd be tempted to get a device like this to replace my bedroom telly basically and watch films 'on a cinema screen' but not if there are big issues or it's not actually comfortable.