Hygiplas Easytemp Thermometer £5.98 instore @ NISBETS
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Hygiplas Easytemp Thermometer £5.98 instore @ NISBETS

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Found 20th Mar 2016
RRP £14.99
£5.98 Including VAT
£4.99 with a trade account (No VAT)

Nationwide.

Buying online is subject to delivery fees. (+£5)

Great deal for a quick read thermometer.

This Hygiplas Easytemp thermometer features a fold-away probe, as well as an auto on/off function to conserve battery power. This accurate, reliable and robust pocket thermometer is supplied with a battery and detachable wrist strap - meaning it is ready to work immediately. This thermometer is colour coded white - for use with baked and dairy goods, helping you avoid cross contamination. Range: -50°C to +300°C (-58 to +572°F).

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Is that including vat?

Original Poster

jedd_exedus

Is that including vat?


£5.98 Including VAT
Still half price compared to Amazon

Subject title needs amending to include the vat

Oh and how much is the delivery
Bet this won't be far from the amazon price

Delivery is a fiver

Was going to go for this but £5 postage! Not voted cold as some will be able to pick up from Birmingham store.

+ delivery + vat= Balance to be paid £11.98

Nisbet sells it on amazon for 9.98 free delivery.

Original Poster

dinosteveus

Subject title needs amending to include the vat


I bought in store for £4.99 with my business account, so title is staying as is.
Other pricing is detailed in the body of post for people who don't have business and/or don't have a store local and have to order online..paying delivery fees.

Original Poster

attilaweingertner

+ delivery + vat= Balance to be paid £11.98


If you buy it online. They have stores nationwide...that's where the deal is effective.

Original Poster

ceres

They appear to have 16 stores. That's not exactly national coverage. I … They appear to have 16 stores. That's not exactly national coverage. I think you've missed the point in the way that Deals are presented here. The vast majority of people who take advantage of Deals here are private individuals, not businesses. Businesses have the buying power to negotiate their own discounts with suppliers and to deal with their VAT as they see fit. Private buyers don't, which is why Deals here are posted with the headline showing the full final cost with no ifs, buts or maybes. If you choose to try to mislead or deceive people who might be interested in your Deal or make them read through posts to get to the buried small print that you chose not to include in the headline, your Deals are gonna get cold no matter how good they might have been.



Scotland, wales, England...16 stores spread nationwide, yep...NATIONAL coverage.

Do you have a sight problem and maybe you have misread the post? As the price CLEARLY includes VAT and is stated as such!?
I have missed no point.


caposcott

Scotland, wales, England...16 stores spread nationwide, yep...NATIONAL … Scotland, wales, England...16 stores spread nationwide, yep...NATIONAL coverage.Do you have a sight problem and maybe you have misread the post? As the price CLEARLY includes VAT and is stated as such!?I have missed no point.



Your attitude towards those trying to help you may also determine the temperature of any "Deal" you submit.

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caposcott

I bought in store for £4.99 with my business account, so title is staying … I bought in store for £4.99 with my business account, so title is staying as is. Other pricing is detailed in the body of post for people who don't have business and/or don't have a store local and have to order online..paying delivery fees.


How many times have you edited the op? Quite a few by the looks of it and not one acknowledgement of the help you received.
Says a lot

Original Poster

dinosteveus

How many times have you edited the op? Quite a few by the looks of it and … How many times have you edited the op? Quite a few by the looks of it and not one acknowledgement of the help you received.Says a lot



Correction, how many times has a MOD edited it.
No "help" was given by other members, especially you!
I put price that i PAID for item. £4.99 with NO VAT
As stated, cant see anywhere in guidelines that says a deal must show VAT. And STILL nobody has pointed it out to me if there is one.
Edited by: "caposcott" 21st Mar 2016

Original Poster

fanpages

Your attitude towards those trying to help you may also determine the … Your attitude towards those trying to help you may also determine the temperature of any "Deal" you submit.[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/feedback/posted-deal-showing-expired-when-2416817 ]



LOL Yes, very productive "helpers" you are,
Getting upset are we? Voting cold on a deal when there is nothing wrong with it, just to fuel your ego? Makes you feel powerful? LOL!
Does it look like i post for the "heat" and praise of other members? The vast army of deals i have posted and all? LOL
I think i will get over it

If people don't post stupid comment's they wont be dealt with and there ego's damaged.



Edited by: "caposcott" 21st Mar 2016

Great deal for a decent probe.
Bought at 4.99 from London store

Original Poster

kylejames316

Great deal for a decent probe.Bought at 4.99 from London store



Cheers!

mod

Can we keep this thread on topic now please? There's a feedback thread started by the OP here discussing the inclusion of VAT on HUKD if you wish to make a valid contribution. Thanks.

Original Poster

andywedge

Can we keep this thread on topic now please? There's a feedback thread … Can we keep this thread on topic now please? There's a feedback thread started by the OP here discussing the inclusion of VAT on HUKD if you wish to make a valid contribution. Thanks.


Appreciated!

andywedge

Can we keep this thread on topic now please? There's a feedback thread … Can we keep this thread on topic now please? There's a feedback thread started by the OP here discussing the inclusion of VAT on HUKD if you wish to make a valid contribution. Thanks.



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