I should hope so, should be usable for many years! Do you have to use tassimo pods or is there a cheap-er alternative? eater-tank=stomach ??
Great if you are on your own or you are perpetually refilling the eater tank if you use the xl pods.
how does the siren get its power? I've currently got a solar/battery siren and it needed taking down and manually recharging every 4-6 months. in the end I bought a power pack and connected to the mains!
I guess you fit these for a living. My experience with 2 yale alarm systems in 2 different houses, is only 1 false alarm in 10 years Works every time I test it. No reduction in house insurance but no monthly fee or annual service either
costing how much?
Please don't waist your money on these outdated diy systems. They are using old technology and are not very reliable. Once you start getting faults and false alarms you will stop using it. Your insurance company will not accept it as an alarm system either. The fact it comes with sticky pads to put the devices up shows how long they expect it to last. Get a system professionally installed by an SSAIB or NSI approved installer. It will save you money long term with the discount you will get from your insurance company. You can also control a lot of the systems via a smartphone and receive notifications.
Does it have few torque sets or it is fixed torque? I found only max torque info but nothing about possibility to lower it.
Just been on livechat with espares... apparently it does come with the tin and 20 bits.
Worth checking what Espares is selling as their product code is not suffixed by "AT" (accessories tin) which implies it only comes with the standard qty one H4 bit. driver+rightangle+1bit = CS3652LC as listed by Espares driver+rightangle+20bit+tin = CS3652LCAT
Problems with no steam is common with Bosch steam Generators...especially with this model. AVOID!
Don't buy it. Horribly unstable when you place the hotplate down. Intermittent water flow, leading to lack of steam at times.
Currently unavailable on their website.
Ooops..actually reposted the other link by mistake... Thanks for the correction, although it is still an active item, so maybe expired due to my typo...
http://www.espares.co.uk/product/es1635814/2-in-1-30-pin-camera-connection-kit?pageNumber=1&SearchTerm=ipad%20camera Coming up £1.49
Coming up £5.99 for me?
Or this one for £3.48.. I thought Id posted but actually duplicated the link for this item,a nd now cant change... http://www.espares.co.uk/product/es1635814/2-in-1-30-pin-camera-connection-kit?pageNumber=1&SearchTerm=ipad%20camera
Bought this, only for it to still be processing today. Phoned up and, surprise, they oversold their supplies, so they had to cancel my order. Great. Will make sure to never buy from eSpares in future. But it's not your fault OP, still a hot deal, but if anyone else who bought one of these is still waiting, phone them to check the status of your order.
I agree they are never worth £99, but that is the rrp and that is the price they are being sold for in John Lewis, Currys and bhs etc. I have the T20 at work and the T40 at home and paid nowhere near £99 for them ( I am a HUKDer though ;) )
you are insane. this were always around 40gbp (39.99). at least the last year or so. we have one in the office and it's ok.
I've ordered parts from them before. No problem at all
I've used them loads of times and they are a good reliable company. I ordered a part for my dryer once and the part I received didn't fit. Their customer service was excellent. Not only did I get a fast refund but I also got a discount code to use against my next purchase ( even though the error was not theirs). The company score 9.4 out of 10 on trust pilot. https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.espares.co.uk
Received this iron 2 days later so espares are good and confirm its a beast!!! Irons stuff very quickly and loads of steam. Would recommend
Is Amazon warehouse not opened boxes returns etc? This is brand new for extra £2
Perfect for the wife, this should keep her busy and keep her mouth shut. Thanks op
We have had this iron for over a year now and the wife tells me it is the best she has ever used
£37 at Amazon warehouse
no that would be t55, especially in a hard water area. it has a water filter.
Good to know you're pleased with it Mark, this one is for me and the lads in the office so it's only cost each one of us a few quid. Hopefully it stands up to the stick it's sure to receive!!
I had one for Xmas off my Mrs and we love it. We told each other not to waste on unnecessary stuff this year. And we most certainly feel like it's tasty enough to be an indulgence rather than a gimmick. We are not coffee experts but have had enough of coffee shops to realise it's as good as it gets at home. Unless you bring the shop home of course!?
All the old oversized packs have new formula milk/creamer to reduce their distribution costs. I'm not a fan of their milk/creamer myself but family say it's either the same or better. You pays yer money and takes yer choice.
Great machine had ours for years, got from their website when on offer for £39.99, and £20 free voucher for pods , insanely good offer, as for the pods the Americano are still the same as are the Columbian so I don`t know which have changed , the packaging was changed but taste the same
I appreciate and understand your view...your possibly right :)
If you wait for the sales you'll get a 15 bar, filter, cappuccino/steam coffee machine that makes much better coffee. I got a Saeco coffee machine for £20 in Tesco in the January sales last year, full price was £100+. As long as people know what they're buying, fair enough!
it has good reviews aswell and I bet u cant find cheaper louiseType your comment here...
I kinda gathered that but it still seems a bit pointless without a filter or pressure (for ground coffee)...instant just won't taste anywhere near as nice. Definitely not worth £40.
It makes latte and cappuccino with the use of instant coffee and milk...hope that helps :)
Plus £2.99 delivery.
Assuming they're the same as product (couldn't see an obvious model number on the espares site), then the deal posted earlier at £12.44 for 8 seems a better deal.
I bought a carbon monoxide for my home. I paid £25 for mine. If I had known at the time i'd have gambled the family for a few quid savings. What a poor investment. Four years later and still nothings happened. I could have had a field day in Poundland with the money I wasted. In hindsight I could have bought a Canary for a couple of pounds. Damn my stupid impulse buys. (_;)
Depends on the local fire service. I don't qualify for a free one here because I have a job, and I think that is fair enough. It won't be Mr Cameron that pays anyway, it will be everyone that works in the private sector. But this deal is expensive as already mentioned - the Kidde smoke detector is £8 at Asda, and I got the same one in Aldi for £6.99.
http://www.fireservice.co.uk/safety/hfsc Book a free home safety check with your local fire service and they will provide smoke alarms on every floor of your home for free. All paid for by Mr Cameron! Then just buy a carbon monoxide detector.
Here's a link for you http://www.espares.co.uk/product/es1540694/kidde-smoke-alarm-and-carbon-monoxide-detecto?ChildCategoryId=1809
im sorry its COLD!!!
Agreed. They are utterly useless.
So it's a small sheet of Perspex plastic for £10.99?!?!?!? LMAO!
I thought he meant to cut it?
With plexiglass ?
Agreed , most small glaziers would do it for £5-£7.50 .
These don't actually do anything by the way. It's a myth. Google it.