Quelima SQ11 Mini Camera 1080P HD DVR - £4.63 - £5.40 @ GearBest
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Quelima SQ11 Mini Camera 1080P HD DVR - £4.63 - £5.40 @ GearBest

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Edited by:"sundarrajan"Found 8th Sep
Main Features:
● 120 degree FOV provides you wide view
● Night vision supports capturing high definition pictures during night or dark environment
● Advanced H.264 photography compression technology keeps high quality videos and plays a part of saving storage as well
● Time stamp is conducive to look through
● One key to lock the video in case of emergent situation
● Loop-cycle recording, saves the storage space efficiently
● Support maximum 32GB TF card memory storage ( not included )
● Support 5 - 10m motion detection distance
● Built in 200mAh Li-ion battery


Edit: Sometimes it shows different prices like £5.xx, £6.xx. I don't know how this works. But I ordered for £4.63

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feel like houkdeals is losing some of its integrity with all the gearbest and other deals being posted. I'm not sure if we are there yet, with adverts posted as deals, and hotuk getting a commission from each sale and not allowing certain products

No offence to OP, i'm just pointing out to a trend i'm noticing lately.

There needs to be a rival deals site to hukd to stop this stuff happening. It's a monopoly

Am I the only one who thought it looked like an official Sinclair ZX Spectrum peripheral or something?

The Sinclair ZX Go Portable Lightweight* Headmounted Camera - Only £129.99
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(* 17kg)
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feel like houkdeals is losing some of its integrity with all the gearbest and other deals being posted. I'm not sure if we are there yet, with adverts posted as deals, and hotuk getting a commission from each sale and not allowing certain products

No offence to OP, i'm just pointing out to a trend i'm noticing lately.

battery apparently only last half an hour and an hour max

There needs to be a rival deals site to hukd to stop this stuff happening. It's a monopoly

Which is a shame because HUKD would be nothing without deal posters

Webcon1938 m ago

There needs to be a rival deals site to hukd to stop this stuff happening. …There needs to be a rival deals site to hukd to stop this stuff happening. It's a monopoly


With respect, on you go then! These places exist because of individuals start with an idea and grow their business. There's no point complaining about things like this if you wouldn't consider taking the risk yourself.

But ultimately it takes a lot of money to maintain a site like this and you have to get your revenue from somewhere.

This feels like a Polaroid Cube rip off, even has the same colour band around it.

Boxrick2 m ago

This feels like a Polaroid Cube rip off, even has the same colour band …This feels like a Polaroid Cube rip off, even has the same colour band around it.

Yup, a cheap nasty rip off at that.

AzeemB1 h, 9 m ago

feel like houkdeals is losing some of its integrity with all the gearbest …feel like houkdeals is losing some of its integrity with all the gearbest and other deals being posted. I'm not sure if we are there yet, with adverts posted as deals, and hotuk getting a commission from each sale and not allowing certain products No offence to OP, i'm just pointing out to a trend i'm noticing lately.

Quite agree, am also fed up with hourly posting of cheap crap from Gearbest and the rest.

In a year or two when they're the only retailers except Amazon people will complain there's no UK sellers anymore..... these sellers give nothing back financially to this country.

AzeemB1 h, 10 m ago

feel like houkdeals is losing some of its integrity with all the gearbest …feel like houkdeals is losing some of its integrity with all the gearbest and other deals being posted. I'm not sure if we are there yet, with adverts posted as deals, and hotuk getting a commission from each sale and not allowing certain products No offence to OP, i'm just pointing out to a trend i'm noticing lately.



I think one of the main directors also resides in Malta....

Webcon1954 m ago

Which is a shame because HUKD would be nothing without deal posters


You've hit the nail on the head there. I've stopped posting almost 2 years ago. Lots of old timers have not posted deals for quite a while. Even my avatar proves it.

veedubjai15 m ago

You've hit the nail on the head there. I've stopped posting almost 2 years …You've hit the nail on the head there. I've stopped posting almost 2 years ago. Lots of old timers have not posted deals for quite a while. Even my avatar proves it.



Same here. And for the same reason by the look of it!

Looking at The posters history I don't think it's fair to suggest he is posting for any reason other than he saw a good deal.

TAT

AzeemB3 h, 47 m ago

feel like houkdeals is losing some of its integrity with all the gearbest …feel like houkdeals is losing some of its integrity with all the gearbest and other deals being posted. I'm not sure if we are there yet, with adverts posted as deals, and hotuk getting a commission from each sale and not allowing certain products No offence to OP, i'm just pointing out to a trend i'm noticing lately.

Amen

Getting a little bit sick of the Gearbest deals constantly popping up!

Am I the only one who thought it looked like an official Sinclair ZX Spectrum peripheral or something?

The Sinclair ZX Go Portable Lightweight* Headmounted Camera - Only £129.99
Now available in Woolworths, W.H.Smiths, Boots and other leading highstreet electrical retailers.


(* 17kg)

thekanester5 h, 3 m ago

But ultimately it takes a lot of money to maintain a site like this and …But ultimately it takes a lot of money to maintain a site like this and you have to get your revenue from somewhere.


Source?

Agree with some about endless cheap stuff being posted as there's lots of relatively cheap stuff on GB.

Disagree about ordering from overseas and the whole tax thing.

Most big companies in the UK have adopted the overseas tax register loophole rubbish. Blame our government forallowing these companies to take out £££M each year while the little guy gets bent over to the tune of 40%.

Hukd also has a business model to follow but the balance is it allows user and consumers to share a platform to post deals you won't find elsewhere.

nomisco3 h, 36 m ago

Source?


About what?

There's some stuff about the origin story Here.
Edited by: "thekanester" 8th Sep

spannerzone9 h, 37 m ago

Quite agree, am also fed up with hourly posting of cheap crap from …Quite agree, am also fed up with hourly posting of cheap crap from Gearbest and the rest. In a year or two when they're the only retailers except Amazon people will complain there's no UK sellers anymore..... these sellers give nothing back financially to this country.


These guys usually use dropshipping as they're medium. Once people realise whats happening here it will kill they're business. They are mostly order takers for cheap Items sent from a Chinese warehouse
Edited by: "Fozzy1957" 8th Sep

£3.85 in blue

zermattbusby28 m ago

£3.85 in blue


How did it come to that for me it's £11.61?

Someone posted a new deal about 12:30 today
But got deleted within 20 minutes
All three colours were £3.85
Sold out now at that price
Sorry mate

thekanester8th Sep

With respect, on you go then! These places exist because of individuals …With respect, on you go then! These places exist because of individuals start with an idea and grow their business. There's no point complaining about things like this if you wouldn't consider taking the risk yourself.But ultimately it takes a lot of money to maintain a site like this and you have to get your revenue from somewhere.

Where do you get this nonsense from? Originally the site was maintained by its users. It was started on the pretext that it was solely for the benefit of consumers. Over time the operators have been tempted by the profit and have cashed in . They have cashed in on the backs of those who have posted for free. Last time I checked you can have a site for around £10 via godaddy server included. As they have built such catalog thanks to posters it acts as barrier to entry. So you are totally wrong on all counts. It would now take a shed load of cash to build a rival site. It's the only thing that now gives the site value. And not everyone can now do it. It should be illegal to switch from social to profit models. The data belongs to the poster not the platform!! It's basically stealing. Don't get why you would be duped into such lazy thinking
Edited by: "Webcon19" 10th Sep

Webcon199 m ago

Where do you get this nonsense from? Originally the site was maintained …Where do you get this nonsense from? Originally the site was maintained by its users. It was started on the pretext that it was solely for the benefit of consumers. Over time the operators have been tempted by the profit and have cashed in . They have cashed in on the backs of those who have posted for free. Last time I checked you can have a site for around £10 via godaddy server included. As they have built such catalog thanks to posters it acts as barrier to entry. So you are totally wrong on all counts. It would now take a shed load of cash to build a rival site. It's the only thing that now gives the site value. And not everyone can now do it. It should be illegal to switch from social to profit models. The data belongs to the poster not the platform!! It's basically stealing. Don't get why you would be duped into such lazy thinking


Not picking sides here but I've bought stuff from gearbest and been happy I did. Bought a mifit band and a wireless repeater all of which would have cost more here in the UK - the exact same products so it's a deal to me. As for starting a website for only £10 - if you think it's that easy to do then that's really niave. To get a site like this going takes a lot of money and capital to grow as it's more than just buying a domain and hosting and watching the money roll in.

mephestic2 h, 50 m ago

Not picking sides here but I've bought stuff from gearbest and been happy …Not picking sides here but I've bought stuff from gearbest and been happy I did. Bought a mifit band and a wireless repeater all of which would have cost more here in the UK - the exact same products so it's a deal to me. As for starting a website for only £10 - if you think it's that easy to do then that's really niave. To get a site like this going takes a lot of money and capital to grow as it's more than just buying a domain and hosting and watching the money roll in.

Well to have a listing site is pretty simple. Wordpress plugins do that. £1 domain £9 hosting from godaddy for a year or similar . All the rest is user traffic and user led. Money roll in? Where's the money roll in part come me from? It's a consumer site . It should be non profit. The problem is now HUKD has investment and a profit motive it will protect its position stopping any more deal sites emerge and will now distort the market to make profit. The poorest consumers will pay higher prices and the idea of this site will be completely lost. Can't you see it's completely at odds. It's a monopoly unless someone now makes a huge investment or we are protected by government. But where's the incentive for that? And it would not have been this way if our HUKD data ownership was protected by law . It belongs to those people who spend hours searching for deals. HUKD are now making money from other people's work. Directing them away from the cheapest goods in some cases and profiting. It's theft by any measure.
Also, I'm not particularly bashing Gearbest. You can probably get the exact same things though on eBay and Alibaba slightly cheaper. But both eBay and Alibaba also have their mark ups. You do realise in the long run buying direct from China will be an extremely bad thing for the UK. Not bashing you either as I do it too. When we have completely dismantled our manufacturing industry , China will of course rise our prices - and install tariffs on all goods and shift all the wealth to China. This will degrade our standard of living and leave us beck and call of China. An autocratic state that doesn't share at all our values. And we will be forever in debt and unable to catch up as we lack the access to resources China does. China would turn round tomorrow and deny us accessing resources or refuse to deal with monopolies controlling them .
Have you ever questioned how and why you can buy something from China cheaper than the cost of any UK post?? So a good travelling half way across the globe costs less than a first class stamp? You not see Chinas game plan here? They are changing our economy to suit themselves because we don't intervene in markets we are totally blind to the cliff we are approaching.

Saying that though we (us and USA) have done this to hundreds of countries. So maybe we deserve it. Bit stupid though if you ask me. HUKD deals needs a rival! And an option to promote UK goods!

price gone up

Webcon1912 h, 6 m ago

Where do you get this nonsense from? Originally the site was maintained …Where do you get this nonsense from? Originally the site was maintained by its users. It was started on the pretext that it was solely for the benefit of consumers. Over time the operators have been tempted by the profit and have cashed in . They have cashed in on the backs of those who have posted for free. Last time I checked you can have a site for around £10 via godaddy server included. As they have built such catalog thanks to posters it acts as barrier to entry. So you are totally wrong on all counts. It would now take a shed load of cash to build a rival site. It's the only thing that now gives the site value. And not everyone can now do it. It should be illegal to switch from social to profit models. The data belongs to the poster not the platform!! It's basically stealing. Don't get why you would be duped into such lazy thinking


Wow, so much anger. Firstly, running a site from godaddy is not £10; especially with the traffic that this place handles. I've got a cheapie WordPress site with godaddy and that's about £70 a year for the most basic hosting. I have no idea about the infrastructure of this place but I'll bet it's way more than that. It may be using some expensive AWS hosting that allows it to scale traffic for the 50k concurrent users it can support. The back-end programming of this site is a massive undertaking. Once again I don't know how much investment it takes, but it is not insignificant. A site like this is not some off-the-shelf WordPress template and Programmers, artists, BI analysts etc. don't come cheap.

I get the fact that you're upset that the site is making money off the back of crowd-sourced information, but I think you're pretty naive to not realise that that's its business model. I mean, being a facilitator to allow other people to help out out her people all at the same time generating revenue is pretty standard. Look at eBay! Look at gumtree! Look at Amazon marketplace.

I bet you're happy to benefit by the deals that people post, as I am. I don't care if someone else makes money off the deals I post either. If I cared that much, I'd get off my backside and compete with the site or not frequent it or post deals. What I wouldn't do is cry sour grapes. I use this site with my eyes wide open.
Edited by: "thekanester" 10th Sep

Guys seriously. It's not worth the money. Buy a Burger with it instead. The end result will be the same.

Mandroid5784 m ago

Guys seriously. It's not worth the money. Buy a Burger with it instead. …Guys seriously. It's not worth the money. Buy a Burger with it instead. The end result will be the same.


You mean I electronic parts and plastic materials etc

AzeemB8th Sep

feel like houkdeals is losing some of its integrity with all the gearbest …feel like houkdeals is losing some of its integrity with all the gearbest and other deals being posted. I'm not sure if we are there yet, with adverts posted as deals, and hotuk getting a commission from each sale and not allowing certain products No offence to OP, i'm just pointing out to a trend i'm noticing lately.


WTF are you moaning about? £5 for this camera is an absolute bargain.
Edited by: "Picard123" 15th Sep

any suitable mounts for this?

Picard12315th Sep

WTF are you moaning about? £5 for this camera is an absolute bargain.



Yes it is!
Buy several and let me know how you get on.

AzeemB2 h, 21 m ago

Yes it is!Buy several and let me know how you get on.


I don't need several, I just need one. It's just a fun throwaway thing.
Edited by: "Picard123" 16th Sep

Price has gone back to £12.

Anyone received their delivery yet, if so did it go through your letter box or did you have to open door?

Pateo6 h, 55 m ago

Anyone received their delivery yet, if so did it go through your letter …Anyone received their delivery yet, if so did it go through your letter box or did you have to open door?


Yep got mine friday and had to open the door for the postman

bmwm20117 m ago

Yep got mine friday and had to open the door for the postman


What dates did you order and get shipped email confirmation, are you north or south of Watford?

Mine came Friday ordered on the 9th (£3.85)
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