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Simplehuman 30 Litre Touch-Bar Bin £69 - £62.10 with discount code! @ Housingunits
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It is pricey but great bin with 10 years warranty! The price is £69 and is the cheapest I could find but if you will use code SPRING17 you will get 10% off on the top of that. Code… Read more

Got this bin for £25 at Home sense. Although I think they made a boo boo as there was no price on it and they had to go check in back. I don't think that was the correct price, but good for us though :-) it is a great bin as bins go. 10/10 from me.

Floower

It is pricey but great bin with 10 years warranty! The price is £69 … It is pricey but great bin with 10 years warranty! The price is £69 and is the cheapest I could find but if you will use code SPRING17 you will get 10% off on the top of that. Code value till tomorrow so be quick! Hope someone will find this useful.



yep £44.99 at the range therange.co.uk/hou…bar
Edited by: "SUPERCOOLWILLOW" 19th Mar

Cold. £45 at the range
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Large Sweet Apple Yankee Candle £10.80 plus £4.95 delivery or free if spending over £50 @ Housing Units
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Large Sweet Apple Yankee Candle £10.80 plus £4.95 delivery or free if spending over £50. Price is £11.99 enter code SSEND15 at checkout to take price down by 10% to £10.80. Hope… Read more
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Great deal - just bought some - thanks!

sweet apple plus many more at £14.99 delivered
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/331616965928?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&var=540764504661&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

I have used them many times after seeing someone on here post about them, always arrive promptly and well packed in a box

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I can't work out how to edit my post to add a link to the deal on the Housing Units website. Can anyone help me? housingunits.co.uk/yan…tml

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JOSEPH JOSEPH LOCK BLOCK 6 PIECE KNIFE SET £60 @ Housingunits
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JOSEPH JOSEPH LOCK BLOCK 6 PIECE KNIFE SET, brand new product from the Joseph Joseph range. Priced at £150 on their website, less than half price from the Housing Unit!!
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Be very careful if you're reading this months later. I nearly bought this set while searching the net. £60 is just for the block now, not the knives as well. I nearly just bought the block from them, not realising the knives don't come with it, from a different link at the same site. Amazon have them for around £100. So really, you're getting £40 worth of knives with a £60 stand.

Same price on Amazon now

****! I knew I should have waited!

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stumilton

called them today and like others stock due in may and even then could … called them today and like others stock due in may and even then could not guarantee stock will ever come! Cancelled my order


https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/12016735/IMG_5110%20copy.jpg


I held out with my order and it came though today!!

called them today and like others stock due in may and even then could not guarantee stock will ever come!
Cancelled my order
yankee candle large jars 40% off £11.99 + £4.95 delivery @ housingunits
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40% off yankee candles large jars at housing units. White Gardenia , vanilla satin and cranberry. Money also off on votives and tealights
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woah mahoosive postage!!!!

Candle is good value, postage is high. eBay is cheaper.

Found the selection, not the easiest website to use

housingunits.co.uk/mal…es-
Edited by: "KazzyD" 11th Dec 2014

Can't find anything on the site x

Postage is £4.95
Tassimo T65 £59 Delivered from Housing Units
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After contact them, it seems these are 'Unopened Display Boxes' from their Manchester warehouse. Still good for the £20 Tassimo registration, never been used.

Expired unfortunately

Thank you for shopping at Housing Units.
We have now sold out of the Bosch coffee machine you ordered and we will not be replenishing stocks of this line.
I will arrange to refund the payment you have made.
Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused

Thanks OP - ordered - but they do say stock not coming for 12 days
Motorised space saving Spice Rack £23.95 Delivered -  70% off at housingunits
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One for all you gadget fans out there but actually a pretty cool and useful idea. It is made by a french company Winchef and there seems to be only 1 UK supplier Housingunits.co.uk… Read more

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Looks like they have sold out.

Usually good quality at housing units...excellent customer service as well.

Banned

Prefer my elastic band organiser.

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Googlyhead

Annoyingly there seem to be some on the US ebay for less. But with … Annoyingly there seem to be some on the US ebay for less. But with postage, it only works out as £1 cheaper for jumping through the extra hoops.


and Import duty presumably as well

herbs and spices need to be stored in darkness and away from moisture so under a cupboard isnt a great choice
YANKEE CANDLE EVERYDAY 2 MEDIUM JAR SET - £17.95 @ Housing Units
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YANKEE CANDLE EVERYDAY 2 MEDIUM JAR SET This beautiful gift set includes 2 floral medium jars in True Rose and Midnight Jasmine fragrances. True Rose is alluring, rich and velvety… Read more
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Yankee is soooo 2010

Kringle candles all the way

Who pays £9 each for candles?! Think you've got carried away with the brand!
Yankee Candle Camomile Tea Small Jar Candle £2.50 Housing Units
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YANKEE CANDLE CAMOMILE TEA SMALL JAR Housing Units have these in along with a few other yankee candle products. I thought this was a great price! The Wonderfully soothing aroma o… Read more
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Thankyou ordered some for xmas

website is slow
Yankee Candle Large Jars £11.99 @ Housingunits
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I have just spotted large Yankee Candle jar's at £11.99 on this website (RRP £19.99) as part of their spring sale, don't know if this is of any use to someone? Fragrances included:… Read more

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Ordered 3 thank u, all on it was 3 for £40 including delivery so really it was like buy 2 get 1 free which is a great deal x

These seem to be the ones that are currently available at £11.99 for the Large candles and it's free delivery if you spend more than £50 on your order, not just candles...

http://www.housingunits.co.uk/mall/productpage.cfm/HousingUnits/_fluffytowels/-/Yankee-Candle-Fluffy-Towels-Collection

http://www.housingunits.co.uk/mall/productpage.cfm/HousingUnits/_255534/-/Yankee-Candle-French-Lavender-Large-Jar

http://www.housingunits.co.uk/mall/productpage.cfm/HousingUnits/_vanillacup/-/Yankee-Candle-Vanilla-Cupcake-Collection

http://www.housingunits.co.uk/mall/productpage.cfm/HousingUnits/_beachf/-/Yankee-Candle-Beach-Flower-Jars

This large candle is £14.99
http://www.housingunits.co.uk/mall/productpage.cfm/HousingUnits/_gardensweetpea/-/Yankee-Candle-Garden-Sweet-Pea-Collection

This large candle is £14.99
housingunits.co.uk/mal…Jar


Edited by: "cibarious" 21st Mar 2013

Mr_Blonde

Delivery seems to be free on orders over £50, but yes, £4 on anything u … Delivery seems to be free on orders over £50, but yes, £4 on anything under


still dont think its a bad price for a large jar though x

Original Poster

Delivery seems to be free on orders over £50, but yes, £4 on anything under
Quality two course meal for two, with wine & kids eat free (Thursdays only) @ housingunits
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Spotted this deal as my wife dragged me round this normally not cheap department store. The link is to the store's pdf for the offer and you have to scroll to page 7 for this deal… Read more
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I've eaten there too and this really is a great deal-food was good and service excellent-my two kids enjoyed theirs too!
TX-P42GT30B £795 including 5 year guarantee and two pairs of 3d specs £795 @ Housingunits
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Best TV of 2011 (best deal around) In store only

Uridium

For teasmaid's and toasters maybe but i think you'll find HDTVtest are … For teasmaid's and toasters maybe but i think you'll find HDTVtest are THE Benchmark for TV Reviews....



Click here & overcome your prejudice.

dooper

I generally prefer reviews by AVForums & HDVTest, however, I doubt that … I generally prefer reviews by AVForums & HDVTest, however, I doubt that they spend more than a day or two conducting tests.Which? spend 6 weeks testing every TV. They are the benchmark for other review sites to aspire to.



For teasmaid's and toasters maybe but i think you'll find HDTVtest are THE Benchmark for TV Reviews....

Uridium

And here's a real … And here's a real review....http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/panasonic-tx-p42gt30b-p42gt30-201103281070.htm



I generally prefer reviews by AVForums & HDVTest, however, I doubt that they spend more than a day or two conducting tests.

Which? spend 6 weeks testing every TV. They are the benchmark for other review sites to aspire to.

dooper

Review... … Review... http://www.which.co.uk/technology/tv-and-dvd/reviews/led--lcd-and-plasma-tv/panasonic-viera-tx-p42gt30/review/ Score 60%Pros: Great 3D TV picture, decent HD picture, easy to use, Viera Connect app store, BBC iPlayer app, good array of audio sockets, USB and SD slots support wide range of file formatsCons: Relatively high power use, disappointingly muddled audio, uncomfortable 3D glasses, only one Scart, no PC connection



Great TV

And here's a real review....
hdtvtest.co.uk/new…htm





Edited by: "Uridium" 29th Jan 2012

Does come with a scart converter lead and is Dlna enabled so no need to go anywhere near yor computer with it.

That said streaming blurays over your network is useless with he standard wireless router we have so home network speed can be an issue
Panasonic viera TX-L32X10B £439 @ Housingunits plus £75 back in housing unit vouchers plus 5 year guarantee (Instore only)
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total equivalent price = £364 with 5 year guarantee Amazon is £380 without the guarantee. Advert in todays MEN

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why expired? - mod can you un-expire?

great deal on a viera ... if you are looking for additional housingunit items

Can be found elsewhere cheaper effectively but the 5 year guarantee is worth it
Dualit Toaster & Kettle Set (Avail. in Cream, Red or Black) Just £79.00 Delivered @ Housingunits!!!
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Toaster alone costs £57.69 from Argos with the Kettle costing £61.59!!!! Toaster: Cream. Soft Touch non marking finish. Bagel button to warm one side and toast the other. A hig… Read more

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what length of bread can you get in these? I dont like 3/4 of my toast done!!

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At the core of this whole debate is whether you are actually getting … At the core of this whole debate is whether you are actually getting something better for so much more money (which would be good) or are just being 'blinded' by a brand. I said my view of its style is a personal view.As I said before, I think we're largely in agreement. You obviously want the last word so please be my guest.........


Not fussy about 'the last word' so please feel free , lol .....

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Who said that the toaster in this deal was a 'professional' one or … Who said that the toaster in this deal was a 'professional' one or designed for the catering industry ? I certainly didnt and neither did the OP by the looks of it. I suspect the toaster your brother inherited was an older model by your description , retro and modern looking toasters I believe are available in the Dualit range. The one my mate bought last year looks stunning sat on his granite worktop in his hand made solid oak kitchen with his big stainless steel 'range' double oven and fancy extractor hood. It is by no means 'big' , 'ugly' or 'clunky' . I guess you just have to pick the right model thats suits you , like you did with your car. I would imagine the very same toaster sat in a 9' x 7' kitchen you have just paid £4000-£5000 to have fitted may very well look rather out of place but in a large (20' x 18') kitchen worth around 35k it can look the bo*****ks.I have no objections to any constructive criticism but your post is just based on the fact that you dont like the look of it and that you can get one that does the same thing for less money and thats the point I am trying so hard to get across to you. I dont quite understand how you can justify 'i dont like it , its big and ugly' and 'you can get a toaster cheaper' as being constructive , lol.If your 'prestigious' brand car was posted as a deal for example for lets say £40,000 and it usually sold for around £55,000 would it then be constructive for people to add their negative comments to the thread because you could get a car cheaper and that they didnt like the style very much ?? I'd have said that comments like that were rather pointless, wouldnt you ?


At the core of this whole debate is whether you are actually getting something better for so much more money (which would be good) or are just being 'blinded' by a brand. I said my view of its style is a personal view.

As I said before, I think we're largely in agreement. You obviously want the last word so please be my guest.........

Besford;4779298

My comment clearly stated that others (yourself included) considered it … My comment clearly stated that others (yourself included) considered it to be suspect quality - that's received wisdom from this site, not personal experience and I never claimed it to be. The core of my personal comment (which may help some, though not yourself) was that a private kitchen does not need a piece of kit which is claimed to be for professional use, which posters were suggesting this is. Interesting, though, if this 'professional' toaster is actually not very good as suggested - that's factual support for my contention that you'd be mugged if you went for it on the basis of its durability. Maybe if it had a cast iron, no quibble, 10 year guarantee then you'd be getting value for the inflated price. The nearest I come to personal experience of such kit is a recent comment from my brother. His (ex) wife bought one of these things, largely to impress visitors (doubt that it did). He inherited it and hates the big, ugly, clunky thing and looks forward to the day it expires so he can justify buying himself a proper one.On the wider point, it seems to me that for the last 10 years or so, so called 'designer brands' have been an excuse to hike prices enormously and then fool people when they are reduced to something a little less. Sadly, in recent years, often with money they didn't have (hence the high levels of debt in this country). At the end of the day it's still an ugly (in my personal opinion) toaster and kettle for eighty quid! Based on quoted reviews you could do far better for probably half that or less with decent (branded if you wish) domestic appliances. Does anyone even know if this is actually made by a respected professional catering equipment manufacturer or, for example, have they cynically licensed the brand to someone who manufactures for Tesco too (it happens widely you know)? Does anyone know if it really can be repaired at a realistic cost if it breaks down, which you'd expect for professional kit? I'm asking if there is real added value at this inflated price or is it just about 'brand'?After 30 years in the car industry I doubt there's much you could teach me about comparative quality (a term with many different meanings) and reliability - for example there is limited correlation between brand/price and these factors: some of the most prestigious brands have a pretty mediocre reliability record on a comparative basis (there are actually very few poor cars any more), though maybe you'll enjoy the leather seats, 'superior plastics' and 15 speaker stereo while you wait for the AA? Also, new car prices are pretty meaningless since it's one of the few consumer durables with a residual value when you've finished with it so what's more expensive initially may actually prove cheaper in the longer term (depreciation is by far the highest cost of car ownership). Your comment regarding the Fiesta/Audi is missing the point. Actually, if you do most of your driving locally, rarely carry more than 4 people or much luggage, seek lower tax, insurance, fuel costs, etc. then the Fiesta (actually from about £8K) is probably the better choice, but they are both passenger cars aimed at private users; the Audi isn't even charging much brand premium, mostly because it's barely a premium brand anyway. The more relevant comparison here might be between the Fiesta (a highly regarded little car) and a Hummer; or looked at another way, a Mondeo (superb car by any objective measure) and the Audi.By the way, I drive a 'prestigious' brand knowing full well I could get something similar with a mass market badge for much less - we all have our weaknesses! I wouldn't extend that to 1950s toaster though.Actually I think we're largely in agreement but for some reason you seem to object to another strongly expressed view (made with tongue firmly in cheek).


Who said that the toaster in this deal was a 'professional' one or designed for the catering industry ?
I certainly didnt and neither did the OP by the looks of it.

I suspect the toaster your brother inherited was an older model by your description , retro and modern looking toasters I believe are available in the Dualit range. The one my mate bought last year looks stunning sat on his granite worktop in his hand made solid oak kitchen with his big stainless steel 'range' double oven and fancy extractor hood. It is by no means 'big' , 'ugly' or 'clunky' . I guess you just have to pick the right model thats suits you , like you did with your car.
I would imagine the very same toaster sat in a 9' x 7' kitchen you have just paid £4000-£5000 to have fitted may very well look rather out of place but in a large (20' x 18') kitchen worth around 35k it can look the bo*****ks.

I have no objections to any constructive criticism but your post is just based on the fact that you dont like the look of it and that you can get one that does the same thing for less money and thats the point I am trying so hard to get across to you. I dont quite understand how you can justify 'i dont like it , its big and ugly' and 'you can get a toaster cheaper' as being constructive , lol.

If your 'prestigious' brand car was posted as a deal for example for lets say £40,000 and it usually sold for around £55,000 would it then be constructive for people to add their negative comments to the thread because you could get a car cheaper and that they didnt like the style very much ?? I'd have said that comments like that were rather pointless, wouldnt you ?

gram333uk;4777476

Anyone had any experience with the long slot dualit.... have seen a few … Anyone had any experience with the long slot dualit.... have seen a few bad reviews... Im after a long one for scottish plain loaves.




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Radley Medium Stowaway  Bag- White /Black - £63 @ Housingunits
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This compact shoulder bag is made from smooth nappa leather and features a neat stitched pocket in to which a tiny enamel Radley dog is 'stowed away'. The interior of the bag is li… Read more
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OK typical man comment coming up.....£63 FOR A HANDBAG to put **** in!!!!!

good deal if it is normally £80 though!!

i've added a link and pic

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Sorry go to [url]www.housingunits.co.uk[/url]
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