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9000 BTU/h Air Conditioner £191.94 CPC Farnell
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
Currently the best price by a small margin I can find for a new unit of this output. I seem to recall these sold out quickly when the hot weather hit last year, I think they only … Read more

Mine is the Logik 8000 btu. I bought from Currys, they weren't listed on their website and they were tricky to find in the store. Even employees said they didn't think they done them, but I found them tucked away next the exit in Lakeside without any prices on them.


Most units in this price range will make a similar amount of noise, it's a fridge compressor and a strong fan in a small unit, so you can imagine what such a combo sounds like! The noise is definitely intrusive, but not unbearable. I have one right next to my PC and I just wear headphones when it's on. It can be tricky working out who actually makes these, there appear to be 3 or 4 OEMs in China and they just get rebranded and restyled. Of the few I've seen in person, I probably prefer the units made by Midea. They supply units to Electrolux, the 8,000 btu Logik from Currys is a Midea and from the looks of it the Clas Ohlson air con is a Midea too, but they're sold out.


I have a similar one in my office and it’s too noisy most of the time. There are ones that claim to be quieter but not sure how quieter they are.


How unbearable is the noise...? I cant seem to find any alternatives near this price.


Simular one I bought came with a long flat plastic thing which allows you to fit in a window.

PC gaming case £23.42 from Farnell (Lots of items discounted)
Found 16th MayFound 16th May
https://cpc.farnell.com/computer-office-bargain (other items + more) Dedicated PC case ideal for any gaming enthusiast. Features a sleek, angular design with stylised side-window… Read more

Damn that looks awful :|


128mb of ram? Now we are talking!


Those LED’s are a crime against my eyes


Good of you're building a PC for your kids, they'll love it.


Would have to pay me to use this in a build

Quality Coleman Disposable Toilet Seat Covers (10 pack @ 44p) £4.64 delivered at CPC
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
Coleman quality at this price doesn't come around too often... bonkers particularly at start summer with holidays, travel, outings, festivals etc on the cards. Free delivery on £8 … Read more

Perhaps some need a little more encouragement than others. A few snippets on public toilet seats & swabs taken on London public transport: https://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/06/08/ask-well-what-diseases-can-i-get-from-a-toilet-seat/ http://www.wired.co.uk/article/london-underground-bacteria-tubes https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4534893/london-underground-trains-covered-in-vomit-and-dangerous-bacteria-found-in-poo/ https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/nine-antibiotic-resistant-superbugs-london-tube-travel-network-buses-taxi-cab-a7736666.html


Fortunately the 10 pack is individually wrapped! (shock)


I am sure everything you said is true.... But I am not sitting in anyone else's muck when I can see it even if you paid me.


"Challenge: Would you rather kiss a toilet seat or a bus bell button if forced. I would kiss the disposable toilet cover any day!" The disposable toilet cover wasn't an option though? :p It was either the bus bell or the toilet seat, no mention of a cover. Also - "kiss a bell" could be interpreted in different ways (lol)


By Royal Appointment?

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Quality Coleman Sixpack Can Cooler Bag £10.87 delivered at CPC
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
Coleman quality at this price doesn't come around too often (particularly at start summer... bonkers). Free delivery on £8 spend (prior VAT). CPC has soo many bargains … Read more

I bought loads of tat too! Thanks OP


Yes* * baguettes must not be larger than Dimensions: 24x17x21cm................


cannot verify if this works at moment, otherwise just google "cpc coupons". Student one appears 4th on list. good luck : https://www.couponsatcheckout.net/cpc-voucher-code-uk/?visited=1


Any idea how to get the student discount?


Bargain price......thanks for posting OP

Quality Campingaz Cooler Bag 13L (large) at CPC Farnell for £3.52 (excludes delivery if under £8 spend) £7.72 delivered
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
Excluding delivery this coolerbag will cost you £3.52 , thats a 78% reduction from the £15.85 original. Campingaz quality at this price doesn't come around too often (particular… Read more

Gutted I missed it (annoyed)




Ordered. Ta


Not a student myself but... cannot verify if this works at moment, otherwise just google "cpc coupons". Student one appears 4th on list. good luck : couponsatcheckout.net/cpc…d=1 Edit


Good finds. How do you apply a student discount? Do they accept NUS?

Numatic James  JVP180 -11 bagged cylinder vacuum cleaner £98.94 Inc vat @ cpc.farnell.com free delivery
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
Energy rating A for trade use ,can equally be used around the home,free delivery. ** ( £82.45 + vat ) = £98.94 💖 Was £124.96 now £109 in Asda in comparison https://direct… Read more
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I think in days like these we need a non gender specific vacuum cleaner...


James is particularly designed for trade use,whilst Henry was the original hoover for the home. got me wondering why James wasnt named with a name that begins with H as all other model hoover are? what name it would have if that was so Im unsure? maybe Howard of Hayden. what do people think?


What’s the difference between James and Henry? Yes, I know this question is open to innuendo :D


Who can resist that smiley little face?

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V-TAC 100W LED Floodlight, 6500K, IP65 - £20.88 + Free Delivery @ CPC Farnell
Found 5th MayFound 5th May
Quality unknown but a price that can't be beaten. CPC offer free delivery on all orders over £8 (ex VAT) High power LED chips Aluminium alloy body Corrosion resistant Fascia … Read more

But I wouldn't buy such a thing from eBay - it's more than likely to be lying about the power consumption, and it's more than likely to be overdriven or have inadequate heat-sinking and not last long.


IP65 £16.92 with sensor https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/100W-LED-Floodlight-PIR-Motion-Sensor-Cool-White-6000-6500K-Outdoor-Garden-Lamp/263159547587?epid=2173679256&hash=item3d458806c3:g:DJ0AAOSw1blZmxxB

65" 4K Ultra-HD Smart LED TV Freeview HD @ CPC - £598.80
Found 29th AprFound 29th Apr
Not sure if this is any good, but I thought this was a good price for a 65" 4k TV. Good timing for the world cup. Model Number is: C65ANSMT-4K 113 in stock at time of post Styl… Read more

I'm sure you can as it is one less gadget to connect for the same result, and a lot of those £30 Android boxes have older or slower specs. Although this does not list any Android specs on the specs doc so we may never know if it is Android 6, 7 or 8 etc..


Yea good luck with that...


what processor does this have and how much ram?


Wattage does not have as much to do with sound quality the siting and fixing of the speakers and the available air space to allow the speaker to work at a premium.


Show me £30 stick with android TV?

Ultra Alkaline AA Batteries 40 Pack  £6.96 @ CPC delivered
Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Seem like a decent deal £9.50 on Amazon with decent reviews

Some devices will not use rechargeables because they are only 1.2 volts.


It can still be handy to keep some disposables nearby, once in a while I go to use a rechargable only to find its dead or dies sooner than expected and I dont have any charged spares. But I still rely on rechargeables for regular usage and usually have a buffer.




This is a better deal in my opinion... Spend £10 for free delviery https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/further-battery-reductions-in-closing-down-sale-maplin-2929190#comment-33675820


You're right, they are a bit rubbish.

Oil & chemical spill socks Now £28.28 were £83.94 at CPC.
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
A touch niche this deal but a bargain if you're looking for spill socks .... Handy in the home & garage as well! 25 off @ 1.2m Low stock levels though ... http://cpc.farnell… Read more

heated for absolventlutely the weirdest deal I've seen on here you be you LOL


these are excellent for little accidents while cooking crystal meth (y)


Plenty in stock at their Salisbury branch

British General Outdoor IP66 Switched Double Socket £9.54 @ CPC Delivered.
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
As above. Decent price compared to elsewhere with delivery included. High impact, polycarbonate housing Switched sockets with power indicator Supplied with multiple knock-out mou… Read more
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Cheers for that!


If you have to ask that question, then you probably should get an electrician. If you don't know what you're doing, don't risk killing yourself or others around you. But if you are competent, or a good learner from YouTube videos, and follow the protection advice in this thread, you should be ok. An electrician would happily check your work afterwards for £20 cash if you ring up the most local one to you in Yell.


AndiTails..thank you for answer. But..I need an electrician or I can do it myself..? I have no electrician qualification


With screws. Handily, ScrewFix sell them, too.


They had similar in Screwfix for a tenner if you need right away

Zyxel PLA5256 2 Port Gigabit Powerline Kit with Pass Through, 1000Mb/s HomePlug AV2 (Pack of 2) £44.34 delivered @ CPC Farnell
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Includes 2 x Powerline Adapter and 2 x Ethernet cable This the top offer in their latest email. 315 in stock at time of posting Product Overview Delivers a high-performance powerl… Read more

Probably, according to the TP-LINK FAQ Q: Are TP-LINK AV200,AV500,AV600,AV1200 powerline adapters compatible with each other? Are TP-LINK PLC adapters compatible with adapters of other Brands? A: TP-LINK AV200,AV500,AV600 powerline adapters adopte HomePlug AV Standard, so they are compatible with each other,AV1200 adopt HomePlug AV2,that is also backward compatible with HomePlug AV standard,which means TP-LINK AV200,AV500,AV600,AV1200 are all compatible with each other.However, the powerline rate will drop to lowest one’s rate when use different AV adapters together. For adapters of other brands,if they adopt the same standard,they should also be compatible with TP-LINK adapters.However,different brands’ products will have different ways to pair and configure,it might be much easier to use adapters from the same brand.


I have Tplink powerline adapter as well. Does it work together?

MAKTEC BY MAKITA  MT081X100  18V Cordless Combi Drill Driver with 2 x 1.5Ah Batteries & Kit Box - £79.98 @ CPC
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
A complete drill kit which comes with 2 x 1.5Ah Li-Ion batteries, charger, 72 piece drill & bit set built into the carry case.The combi drill is ideal for screwdriving, drillin… Read more

Some misinformation here. As others have said, Maktec is long gone so this old stock. Might not be a bad thing, so long as Makita have stock of the batteries to replace them if these are duffers. Maktec was re-branded MT a few years back. They're old-tech Makita mainline tools, i.e. what was blue Makita a few years ago, re-branded and possibly with a few cost-savings thrown in. They're still marketed to pro's (albeit ones who may not use said tool day-in, day-out), and still backed by Makita's 3 year pro-use warranty. They're not strictly DIY tools and absolutely not the equivalent of green Bosch. Sometimes the cost difference between the main line and MT version is minimal, in which case it makes sense to go for the lastest version (main line), but in a lot of cases the difference can be significant (1/4" router at half the price, for example). Either way they're still generally much better value than the equivalently priced offerings from DIY brands.


Maktec are Makitas offerings to the DIY market. A bit like Bosch green compared to the blue professional range. Problem is the price is not a lot different to professional tools when they come on special offer at tool outlets.


consumer end not trade end... too plastic'y!


not sure why anyone would buy this. for £10-£20 more and get https://www.screwfix.com/p/bosch-gsb-18-2-li-plus-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill/5916t


Pay a little extra,get a Dewalt drill,the biz!

2 Seater Garden Bistro Set - Brushed Silver Finish £38.54 @ CPC
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Ideal for smaller gardens and patios Contemporary design Brushed silver finish Takes up minimum space Includes table and two chairs Price includes VAT.

Looks OK for £38 to me. I only posted it because the next cheapest was £60+ then £90+ and the rest were in the £100's. I don't know if they're comfortable or not.


Looks flimsy and uncomfortable or is it just me ?

70's Style Skateboard 22" with Matching Coloured Wheels & Grippable Board Design reduced to £8.06 Delivered @ CPC
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
These were the in thing when flares were flares and hair was hair and face planting the street was the thing to do (bloody pebbles) - Ask Your Parents! Big Fish Little Fish Splat! … Read more
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Expext the trucks and bearings to be garbage


Yeah, hes had skateboards for 8-9 years. I spent a small fortune one Christmas buying him and his younger brother boards for Xmas. Bought everything separately and built them myself. He is the only one to stick to it. Not a professional by any means but just likes to grab his board and go to a small skatepark nearby. His brother (18) is more into beer and computer games.


Good for him! Nice to see the nineties outlook hasn't died in some of us!. Much for fun than being stuck to q iPad


My son still skateboards and hes almost 22.


We should all play outside more. Tech has us slaved!

Pro-Elec Heaters Price Drop: 11-Fin Oil-Filled Radiator, 2.5kW, 2500W, Black @ CPC Farnell for £32.38 Delivered (Others In OP)
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
The 2.5kW was £34.20 (inc VAT) previously https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/pro-elec-11-fin-oil-filled-radiator-25kw-2500w-white-or-black-cpc-farnell-for-3420-delivered-2885404… Read more
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I'm guessing CPC dug more out of the warehouse, there's 2 in stock showing now.


No longer stocked.


I only have very minimal experience of Oil Radiators but boyf uses them in his house (all electric cos he's in the Highlands and they don't get gas!!). I found 1.5kW kept the living room "comfortable" but I'd probably have needed a higher heat output - my flat isn't even that big. I paid flippin' £30 for it because I was desperate and carried it home from Morrisons a few hours after my boiler had its death warrant issued (always happens in winter, doesn't it)! :p


Overall heat output is exactly the same for both, heat up and cool down times differ as mentioned. Oil filed ones have a couple of advantages though... With convection heaters you sometimes get the burning smell where dust has settled on the exposed heating element. Some say convection heaters dry the air more. That element exposure would probably make it unsuitable for where kids are about as they're more likely to drop something inside or cover it with something, so you could argue that oil filled is a little safer.


The only difference is that this will take 5+min to produce heat and 5+min to cool down. When this eventually leakes the oil may ruin your carpet. Oh and this is a lot heavier.. which will also ruin a carpet (flirt)

CONNEKT GEAR  27-2000  2 Gang UK Switched Sockets with 2x USB Charging Ports  & £7.80 delivered @ cpcfarnell
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
This power/USB charging wallplate allows you to power/charge 2x USB devices and 2 other electrical items from one double wallplate. The USB charging sockets are compatible with m… Read more

I suspect only if an incompetent person installed one that clearly was responsible for burning down a house, or electrocuting someone....probably the same as any incompetent DIY carried out... even then is there any record of insurance not paying out I wonder?. Electricians probably don't like these because there's more chance it'll fail and they'll be called back whereas a regular wall socket probably lasts 15 years or more so no hassle for the electrician.


rok263 wrote: wakkaday wrote:Are these easy to diy Response to HyperLuminal "A minor works certificate does not confirm if a circuit is a ring and an electrician is not required to issue certificates for replacing accessories anyway." But you as the homeowner / client can ASK for a ring continuity test to be completed and for the outcome of that to test to be recorded on a minor works certificate. Just because a minor works certificate is not required for replacing accessories doesn't mean one can't be issued. "If he just asks the electrician to perform a simple ring continuity test at the socket before he replaces it that will do." I would suggest a simple ring continuity test is completed both before and very importantly AFTER the 13A socket faceplate has been replaced. It's good to know that the ring has continuity before you replace something, it's it vitality important to know that there is still continuity afterwards as well. "If the home owner then decides to pay the electrician to further investigate why the ring is broken afterwards that's up to him." As long as the homeowner is informed of the ramifications of an incomplete ring, and if they don't want it to be investigated (by me) then I would ask them to sign something to that effect, and / or document it somewhere, send them an email, document it in some way so that I have made the liability for that circuit defect the homeowners and not mine.


LOL, just typed out a lengthy reply, and then I see that you have already stated it.. Dohhh


Note of caution. Pattresses boxes, which is what these screw onto, can come in different depths. If you have a shallow pattress, and these need a deeper pattress (not saying they do), then it gets a bit harder, because you may have to cut out more of the wall behind it to put in the deeper pattress box (unless of course it is a plastic surface mounted box). Not all sockets switches etc are the same depth. Dimmer switches for example often need a deep pattress box. There is no side on view of these sockets, so I can't tell whether the innards for the USB bit drive any additional depth on the socket. Just worth being aware of is all I'm saying.


A minor works certificate does not confirm if a circuit is a ring and an electrician is not required to issue certificates for replacing accessories anyway. If he just asks the electrician to perform a simple ring continuity test at the socket before he replaces it that will do. If the home owner then decides to pay the electrician to further investigate why the ring is broken afterwards that's up to him.

3m 4 Way Switched Surge Protected Extension Lead, Black £6.26 Delivered @ CPC
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
This seems a good price for 3m 4 Way with Individually Switched sockets Surge Protected Extension Lead. Product Overview On/off switch on each socket LED surge indicator Ha… Read more
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oh yeah, i know wot u mean lol can easily be done (:I


Sometimes you think it switches off the plug on the right (lol)


just mark/label the switches then, easy, thats wot i do :)


Many times I've seen people (especially kids) press the wrong switch on these and turn off the wrong device such as games console or PC (fierce) so I make sure not to buy them even though switch is a very good idea for energy saving.


Thanks, went for a white one (link below) - a little more expensive (£6.64), but easier to see the holes, especially in low lighting. http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/2814ns-1n-3m/extension-lead-surge-switched/dp/PL15331

Wall Mountable / Free Standing Electric Convector Heater - £10.78 @ CPC incl delivery product code HG0091606
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
I posted a while back but also been put on here recently now fixed at £10.78 incl vat This electric heater comes with three power settings: 0.75W, 1.25kW and 2kW, so you are in ch… Read more

I bought this last year, it just died, its been running constantly for six months. I'm buying another. Cheers OP.


Thanks very much, will be very useful if that nice Mr. Putin cuts us off eh?


Yes, got it from CPC for £16 a couple of weeks ago. It's great and has a timer I had two of the normal ones, and switched one for the turbo. I have a 4 bedroom semi and the boiler had gone taking out my central heating. Those two fan heaters did the entire house easily,and this was over the last couple of weeks. Excellent piece of kit, even if just kept as a backup.


It is only £10.78 if you buy 5+ else it is still a cheap £11.70.


Anyone bought the turbo / fan version?