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Corsair Glaive RGB mouse Black Friday deal @ Maplin (Click & Collect only)
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Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
Average price around £70 elsewhere Click & collect only but in stock plenty of stores at time of posting You can also get a £5 voucher for spending over £40 (voucher cannot… Read more

Thanks OP.

Cheapest item I could find to make it up to £40 on a quick hunt 5p part in stock most places
Edited by: "pants" 2 h, 27 m ago

have some heat, not a bad mouse personally prefer the m65 pro rgb but this is solid!

Can anyone checkout? I am getting a server error message.

Jeez, my vow to resist black friday deals didn't last long. Just bought this to replace my Razer DeathAdder Chroma, why? I have no idea.

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Thoughtful7 m ago

£70 for a mouse ?!!! What's so special about it ?


If you have to ask you won't care. Move on
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Swann 4 Channel 1TB CCTV Kit with 2 Cameras £219.99 Delivered or C+C @ Maplin
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Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
Everything you need to get a 2 camera system up and running. Seems like a decent 1080p kit for the price. 30 days of recording on the 1TB Drive. Product overview 1080p rec… Read more
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Picked this up on Wednesday very impressed with it so far. I'd probably spend the extra £40 on the thermal one they have as I'm getting alot of false triggers due to bugs etc.
Edited by: "Rs06.Ant" 1 h, 40 m ago

Both deals seem expensive after I got a 720 system, 4 cams under 50 quid del. ebay.

Personally I think the Costco deal is better, same box DVR, better more modern thermal cameras, and 3mp recording.

As for the POE comment you don't want POE at this resolution, BNC cables are more stable.

m.costco.co.uk/vie…851

Swann is a good brand but i wouldnt bother at this price for the set. For this i’d be expecting a POE set maybe
Samsung Smartthings Hub at Maplin for £49.99
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Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
Buy Samsung Smartthings Hub from Maplins from £49.99. I believe PCWorld are doing the same deal

Turret2 h, 54 m ago

10% off in store for students!


with NUS only
5% if you just use your student card

Got this yesterday. You also get a £5 voucher if you spend over £40 in Maplin at the moment. Minimum value of the items to use the voucher is £5.01 BUT (and it is a big but) you can only use it between 1st and 24th December I was going to use it on a Google Home Mini bringing it down from £34.99 to £29.99 but alas, I can't get with the voucher yet.
Edited by: "buliztik" 17th Nov

10% off in store for students!
HyperX Cloud Stinger - Maplin (Free Click+Collect) £35
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Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
A fairly good headset for a very great price. Friend has one and is happy with the sound and I'm happy with the mic quality. Features a mic that mutes when raised and cans that swi… Read more

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Rufu125 h, 32 m ago

Clubfoot bought a cheap headset?


Club has the cloud 2 (which I sold to him incidentally after impulse buying off hukd). Noize is the yer man with these.

Clubfoot bought a cheap headset?
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Rolson 104-piece Home DIY Kit - £34.99 Delivered  + Spend £5.01 more and get a free £5 voucher
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Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Seems pretty good for a fair bit of basic kit, something for DIY jobs and what not. There's the free £5 voucher offer when spending £40 on, that could be worth it if you're needin… Read more
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Thanks ordered that looks good.

The hammer would make for a great protection weapon! Lol
Roccat Suora Framless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - £29.99 @ Maplin
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Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
• High quality, no frills gaming keyboard • Brown mechanical keys with 50 million key stroke lifecycle • Six macro keys for speedier game play • Robust design and frameless build •… Read more

Got one of these from the last time it was posted. Good, if fairly noisy (IMO) basic mech keyboard. If you don't like blue lighting then you're out of luck LOL. LEDs have only 'breathing' and solid modes. Also, no wrist rest, dedicated media/macro keys (apart from volume), USB hub or headphone/mic socket: you're just getting the basic stripped down keyboard, which is fine by me

got one, to be honest wity you, i prefer romer-g switches from Logitech, smooth as a membrane key. But for this money, it is a steal!

Yeah out of stock by the looks of it.

I went a bloody long way to get one of the last few - and tbh I'm loving it. These TTC browns are just right, the frameless design is great, and I like the simple backlighting.

These are currently £74.99 at Currys, and I reckon they are decent at that price.

Must be out of stock now.

Frameless really! Its keyboard ffs.
SteelSeries Rival 100 Gaming Mouse only £17.49 at Maplin inc FREE delivery! (+4.4% TopCashback)
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Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Great little mouse and crazy cheap! Gaming grade, six button optical mouse with scroll wheel Ergonomic right handed mouse suited for claw, palm or fingertip play styles SteelS… Read more

Good price for an entry level gaming mouse. Heat added.

Does its scroll wheel have a side-to-side click?

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ImyR851 h, 29 m ago

Appears to be same price on Amazon


Yes, that's because that's sold from Maplin's Amazon account.🙄

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Appears to be same price on Amazon

I have the Rival 300 from a previous deal, before that the Sensei RAW. SteelSeries mouses are excellent. Nothing flashy and not much that can go wrong. The only mice to have lasted me more than a year.
tado v2 Smart Thermostat Starter Kit with Smartphone and Browser Control and Monitor £84.99 Maplin
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Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
This is the version 2 kit - so with the bridge that works with Android but not Apple Homestart. However no difference in actual thermostat between v2 and v3. It says available in … Read more

I've ordered mine in the shop at 18.30 (with the £10 voucher too) and the guy showed me there were still 7 left in stock. I've also got an email from the Tado support team confirming that v2 and v3 have the same hardware and the only difference is the Apple compatibility...

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Ha ha! I'll unexpire!

Just rung again and their are 9 left???? Maybe he got an idiot!

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ardandy2 m ago

Friend just rang up and they said out of stock?


Fair enough! I'll expire...Cheers.

Moncymru15 m ago

I just looked and it says there are still a few in some stores?


Friend just rang up and they said out of stock?
Samsung SmartThings Starter Kit - £99.99 @ Maplin
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Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
Cheapest I've seen this set. Just ordered for Click & Collect at my local store, but free delivery available too. Includes: SmartThings Hub SmartThings Multi Sensor SmartT… Read more

Echelon1 h, 13 m ago

Yes, I'm using 4 of the basic E27 ones throughout the house. I had to use …Yes, I'm using 4 of the basic E27 ones throughout the house. I had to use a custom device handler to adjust the brightness and turn them on and off but once you have it saved you're good to go. None have ever stopped working due to an update or anything.


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Bendown15th Nov

Going to pick mine up tomorrow, do these work with ikeas tradfri bulbs ?


Yes, I'm using 4 of the basic E27 ones throughout the house. I had to use a custom device handler to adjust the brightness and turn them on and off but once you have it saved you're good to go. None have ever stopped working due to an update or anything.

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_g_23 h, 50 m ago

Cheers. Lights to start with - but they may need a more sophisticated …Cheers. Lights to start with - but they may need a more sophisticated controller as I want full control of RGB strips (which there are various off-the-shelf options for).Probably a door lock, a 12v motor system that will lift/lower a bed, ventilation system - both automatic air freshening and for shower/kitchen, a sky light (to open in the morning pre-alarm) ...err other stuff? :)... not actually thought about it much as I've got a lot of other things to get done on this project!


Sounds like a great project. My company (that I work for, not own) are working on integrated door/window sensors as well as door locks that will use Z-Wave, so I'm looking forward to testing those out with SmartThings.

Velux has a nice system for automatic ventilation in conjunction with Netatmo that might work for you.

Hilly_20067 m ago

The Fibaro Dimmer 2 doesn't require a neutral wire in the light switch. …The Fibaro Dimmer 2 doesn't require a neutral wire in the light switch. That's what I'm currently using to control my outside porch lights. Works fantastically.


That's the relay side isn't it? they also seem to be about 50 quid?

What are you using on the switch side?

_g_4 h, 54 m ago

Cheers. Lights to start with - but they may need a more sophisticated …Cheers. Lights to start with - but they may need a more sophisticated controller as I want full control of RGB strips (which there are various off-the-shelf options for).Probably a door lock, a 12v motor system that will lift/lower a bed, ventilation system - both automatic air freshening and for shower/kitchen, a sky light (to open in the morning pre-alarm) ...err other stuff? :)... not actually thought about it much as I've got a lot of other things to get done on this project!


You've got me interested Sounds like a fun project!
I expect most if not all of what you want is possible, and depending on your technical ability depends on the best route.. I've not used OpenHab yet, but you need to be a techie to use it.. Light strips etc should be fairly simple.. I'm currently looking at fully addressable light strips (each LED can be a different colour - youtube it!) for this I'll be using an arduino/nodeMCU type device and then integrate that in to SmartThings.. but that's all very techie!

Pretty much if you have the tech knowhow there are many ways of doing these things using hobbiest tech such as arduinos and raspberry pi's.. I'm currently programming my christmas tree to flash to the music, using a Pi relay board and a speaker
NOW TV with 3 Month Entertainment pass £19.99 @ Maplin (plus quidco and possible £5 voucher)
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Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
I have already seen that other places (Currys etc.) are doing the same deal. But for this one, I opted in to Quidco's £2.50 back on any purchase offer, then I added 2 boxes to my … Read more

Thanks for the confirmation. I should be able to get £3 off with Topcashback though as they are offering £3 off £40 spend today.

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happymanuk11 m ago

Anyone know how/where to obtain the £5 Maplin voucher ? - Is it off this …Anyone know how/where to obtain the £5 Maplin voucher ? - Is it off this purchase or a future purchase ?


Off a future purchase, its apparently emailed to you in the next couple of weeks I think.

The voucher code will be emailed to you separately by 7th December 2017.32439601-EgBxR.jpg

maplin.co.uk/cus…ons
Edited by: "adamck" 15th Nov

Anyone know how/where to obtain the £5 Maplin voucher ? - Is it off this purchase or a future purchase ?

Thanks adam
Google Home £79 + £5 voucher / Home Mini £34 / Amazon Echo £69.99 + £5 voucher / Echo dot £39.99 @ Maplin + {NUS card holders 10% Instore discount}
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Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
Maplin have reduced their price on Google Home, Home mini, Amazon Echo and Echo dot. You also get a £5 voucher for £40 spend. NUS cad holders get a further 10% discount w… Read more

wizard1012 h, 36 m ago

Please let me know, thanksLooks like price is now £78 haha, so would have …Please let me know, thanksLooks like price is now £78 haha, so would have to spend £2 extra

Wouldn't give me a voucher unless the spend over £80 after any discount applied. Bought an extra stocking filler, nus discount and £10 voucher. Price was £78 as you said.

HughMoodie3 h, 31 m ago

I'm hoping to pop in today to find out.



Please let me know, thanks

Looks like price is now £78 haha, so would have to spend £2 extra
Edited by: "wizard101" 7 h, 50 m ago

Revolex7718 h, 1 m ago

For that extra £1 efficiency - screwdriver: …For that extra £1 efficiency - screwdriver: https://www.maplin.co.uk/p/9-in-1-pen-screwdriver-n16qnI preferred this though multi-tool though for £1.99: https://www.maplin.co.uk/p/5-in-1-keychain-multi-tool-n24ec


This is the £1 fridge magnet torch
maplin.co.uk/p/r…3yl

wizard10113 h, 22 m ago

So... Has anyone spent £80 then used NUS discount so its less than £80, s …So... Has anyone spent £80 then used NUS discount so its less than £80, still get £10 voucher?

I'm hoping to pop in today to find out.

So... Has anyone spent £80 then used NUS discount so its less than £80, still get £10 voucher?
Game Max Onyx Full Tempered Glass ATX PC Case with RGB Lighting - £62.99 @ Maplin and Amazon RRP £79.99
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Found 14th NovFound 14th Nov
Amazon link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Game-Max-Tower-Tempered-Glass/dp/B06XFN6YQ4 I own this case and it's not bad at all for a fully tempered glass ATX case and even better at … Read more

Looks like it would be heavy!

Nice looking case and great to see someone making something other than an aluminium/steel box.

Nice case not enough room for 2 360 radiators tho

Nice case

i have one of the larger ones which I bought a couple months ago and the build quality is surprisingly good

aso have the amethyst rgb sold through amazon at £51 odd

Will a Noctua nh- d14 fan fit in this case?
720p folding quadcopter drone £49.99 @ Maplin
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Found 12th NovFound 12th Nov
Product overview • Built in fixed FPV camera, gives you the front seat while flying this drone Foldable design lets you easily carry this drone to your chosen flight location, or … Read more

Literally looks like visuo xs809hw just unbranded. £30 at bangood currently. Make sure you get extra batteries though. Exactly the same controller too.
Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3L 1866MHz Laptop Memory - £22.50 @ Maplin
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Found 11th NovFound 11th Nov
I was looking for a memory upgrade for a mac mini and stumbled across these in Maplin. It's an in store deal so may be a bit of a chase, but well worth checking out stock using the… Read more

Thanks OP, just ordered. This is exactly what I needed.

Crossbow2 h, 39 m ago

See djtrades post above about keeping an eye on Cex for a £20 one possibly.

I will have a look instore..

danflorin314 h, 23 m ago

35£ fu...er..Thank you for everything!


See djtrades post above about keeping an eye on Cex for a £20 one possibly.

Crossbow14 h, 13 m ago

Yeah, more like £35 unfortunately: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/142574971822 …Yeah, more like £35 unfortunately: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/142574971822 If I can find cheaper, I'll post it.




Check out CeX. I found a Kingston 8GB module for £20 a fortnight ago. Bonus that it comes with a 2 year CeX warranty!

maddogb5 m ago

isn't ddrl a different signalling voltage?


im no expert but the description says it'll work with ram voltage of 1.5v or less, personally i haven't used one with ddr3l so i can't be sure it works, would be worth contacting the seller before hand to double check
DJI Spark Drone £349 / DJI Spark Combo  £499 @ Maplin
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Found 10th NovFound 10th Nov
Just been into Maplin before work to price the DJI spark as I have 2 on Santa’s Xmas Lists........online Maplin website they are £459 but in store from today they are now only £349… Read more

Stu_T19 h, 29 m ago

I have a white DJI Spark (£349) reserved at Maplin in manchester city …I have a white DJI Spark (£349) reserved at Maplin in manchester city centre. They will hold it for another 5 days,You will also get a £10off voucher in store.If anyone wants it, I will forward you the click & collect, I have reserved it, not paid for it.Maybe if you ring they can get it delivered. Seems a shame to let the deal go to waste.I no longer need it as I purchased it for travelling and discovered the country I am visiting does not allow leisure drones without a permit.


Do you know if there's a possibility to change stores? I live in London and the deal is gone while I was contemplating. And delivery doesn't suit as I'm travelling in a few days

I got my way. Bought price matched from John Lewis. It’s sat in my dining table for once all the kids are in bed 😁

jony_bobo16th Nov

You can't buy the fly more package separately as it all comes in one box. …You can't buy the fly more package separately as it all comes in one box. You'd have buy each individual item. My jessops order is coming today/tomorrow, got the fly more combo and a 3rd battery is on its way

I have a white DJI Spark (£349) reserved at Maplin in manchester city centre. They will hold it for another 5 days,
You will also get a £10off voucher in store.

If anyone wants it, I will forward you the click & collect, I have reserved it, not paid for it.
Maybe if you ring they can get it delivered. Seems a shame to let the deal go to waste.

I no longer need it as I purchased it for travelling and discovered the country I am visiting does not allow leisure drones without a permit.

x80ssm13 h, 19 m ago

Anyone got any proof that will help me get the 10% off. I know the price …Anyone got any proof that will help me get the 10% off. I know the price has gone up but i have one reserved at 500. The women on the phone said 10% will not work for nus but some of you have managed.


The Spark Drone offer is now specifically excluded from the 10% discount on the NUS Extra site. It wasn't before, which is why a lot of folks managed to get it. You really don't have much, if any, chance now.

Down to £519 on amazon now. Not as good as £499 but still...
Edited by: "WBRacing" 17th Nov
Hive Active Plug £24 Maplins - Elsewhere £39
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Found 10th NovFound 10th Nov
Looking at installing Hive products and thought I'd just compare the price British Gas quoting against other major suppliers - and this plug alone is 2/3 price at Maplins - Argos /… Read more

tplink HS110 is much better
also has energy monitoring - which is THE feature I needed most

This is the older style plug, the discount is only £2 but it will still work on the Hive smart network but isn’t the latest design
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Not bad price obviously it's more than China but least you can trust it not to set on fire and actually work. I've got a few of the hive products, been really impressed so far how reliable they are. China ones, would you need an plug adaptor as well? Making them even more dangerous.

Wow, £24 quid for a plug. Get yourself to gearbest/banggood, there are similar ones for under a tenner. I've got a couple of Sonoff ones and they are superb, however not sure if they would interact with the Hive system,

This is the older version plug.

I got one and still works perfectly.
KitSound Hive 2 Portable Bluetooth Speaker £24.99 @ Maplin
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Found 9th NovFound 9th Nov
12W RMS which delivers immense sound with deep bass • 3.5mm jack port to connect your media players • Wirelessly connect your devices with the Bluetooth available • Lightweight and… Read more

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suchitmehta79th Nov

I own one of these in white color. terrible speaker as far as money for …I own one of these in white color. terrible speaker as far as money for value is concerned. i paid £20 couple of months ago at HMV. one of my frnd got small Betron for 15 quid from amazon with only 4w output but it sounds far better than mine.


I took it back after and going keep the bextron , far better and got a tf reader

From what I can tell, Kondor LTD (the eBay seller) is KitSound. If you look at their address, it's the same as the registered address for both companies.

I bought a refurbished speaker from eBay and it crackled when it was charging, so I contacted them and I had to send it back with a pre-paid postage label and a replacement was sent out. Customer service, via eBay messaging, was second to none.

At circa £15 for the refurbished unit, it's pretty good value, but at £50 in my local Sainsbury's store, it is poor value for money.

I picked up two refurbished from an ebay deal on here a few months ago, I think they were £15 each. I find the sound output quite decent, it's well balanced with fairly acceptable bass (obviously you won't shake the room with the size of the drivers), the treble is never sibilant and the mid-range again is decent enough. A huge improvement over the Hive 1 which a friend has, which is very bass heavy - I suspect some of the negative reviews here are for the Hive 1.

The battery lasts about 8 hours and the NFC (not mentioned by the OP) works flawlessly - there's an NFC tag on the side of the unit and bluetooth connects immediately when you swipe your phone on it. Having compared it to the equivalent Bose model, yes the Bose has infinitely better build quality and I'd say sounds marginally better. But not £100 better.

Heated.

Bought 2 at £17.99 each from Kondor LTD on Ebay last December

Only opened one yet buy I use it every day and I'll never understand how anyone could give negative feedback on this item

The OP is correct in what Maplin say about the speaker output - but Maplin are wrong, this is NOT a 12 W RMS output speaker

Kit list it as 6+6w, without giving any indication of how that 6 watts is calculated, even in the manual. That nearly always means good old PMPO @10% THD.

If this give out more than 0.5 Watts RMS at less than 1% THD I will eat my hat.

Is it just me, or is everyone trying it on right now; I have found several other big name stores giving out dubious specs on music equipment.
ThermaGear Extra-Large and Large Heated Gloves for £2.49 was £4.99 @ Maplin.
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Found 7th NovFound 7th Nov
Was looking for some heated gloves with my cold hands, blooming like torture when out on a cold day . Come across these some stock available round country but none Merseyside damn.… Read more

gwapenut4 h, 59 m ago

Not much use without the right. For most people.


Is there a joke in there somewhere?

dewonderful7th Nov

Imagine a world were they made a pair of gloves from a warm material and …Imagine a world were they made a pair of gloves from a warm material and you didn't need batteries. We can dream...


Yeap, it's not Russia after all ...we need high tech to survive...

angelhaseyes7th Nov

One left of the large glove and hat at Rotherham store.


Not much use without the right. For most people.
Edited by: "gwapenut" 14th Nov

One left of the large glove and hat at Rotherham store.

Kettering nearest stock 131 miles away