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Remote Control Plug Sockets 3 Pack With Remote Control - £5 *Instore* @ Asda
Remote Control Plug Sockets 3 Pack With Remote Control - £5 *Instore* @ Asda

Remote Control Plug Sockets 3 Pack With Remote Control - £5 *Instore* @ Asda

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Pack of 3 and the remote control for a fiver. Use the remote or press the socket to turn on or off. Works up to 20 meters. I bought instore and there were loads. Says 45 quid on Asda direct lol.

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(_;) the link doesn't seem to work?

Morrisons have been selling them for a fiver for months.......as have Netto.....£45? In Asda's dreams

Asda have had these at the same price instore for about a year now..............

Original Poster

A quick search on here and could not find any 5 quid deals posted.

Original Poster

Asda all stores.


walbor

Asda have had these at the same price instore for about a year … Asda have had these at the same price instore for about a year now..............




Can't argue with that, they have been £5 at ASDA forever and a day now but just maybe noone here has ever noticed & posted before.

So great price but I doubt its new.


TheBiker

Can't argue with that, they have been £5 at ASDA forever and a day now … Can't argue with that, they have been £5 at ASDA forever and a day now but just maybe noone here has ever noticed & posted before.So great price but I doubt its new.



Already been noted and posted too
hotukdeals.com/dea…86/

These are useful at Xmas to switch all the tree lights off at the same time... and the sockets behind the desk where all the printer and computer stuff is. £5 is about the norm now though

These have been posted on here numerous times but heat added bought some around 4 weeks ago best purchase that I've made in a while comes in handy at night when i want to turn the sockets off don't have to reach around stuff to get to them. |n fact the following day I bought another set

Have been posted numerous times at this price

I really should get them but not close to asda or morrisons

I wonder if these save more electricity than they burn? I'd only plug very high power items into them, just to be on the safe side. Certainly isn't "free" to run one of these 24/7

They used to sell lamps with a long cord and a clicker on the end, I want one of those. None of this remote control **** that drains power, just a standard switch on a cord... Zero power consumption when off. Why can't I buy that?

I used to be able to buy 4 fruit salads or blackjacks for one old penny - why can't I buy that?

They used to sell computers that were a load of beads on rods that used no power - why cant I buy that? I think it's called progress.


AuctionSniper

They used to sell computers that were a load of beads on rods that used … They used to sell computers that were a load of beads on rods that used no power - why cant I buy that? I think it's called progress.



BootedTim's analogy worked... yours doesn't as its not really progress when something is made worse! In Unoriginalguys case I agree, it is better to have a switch on the cord, although these do come in handy they are certainly not progress (unless you consider everyone becoming like the fat people in Wall-E through never getting up off their backsides?!?!?

cool

Are the ones in store exactly the same as those on asda direct?

If so its a great deal, I have quite a few of these around the house that I purchased from B&Q for much more along with some remote dimmable light switches.

I bought some of these then the next day saw the same ones in Morrissons for £4 ..


BootedTim

I used to be able to buy 4 fruit salads or blackjacks for one old penny - … I used to be able to buy 4 fruit salads or blackjacks for one old penny - why can't I buy that?



No teeth left perhaps? X)

Been this price for ages but still good value

I've not seen these exact ones in store, only these which I have and they are great. You can also assign more than one device to a switch and so have, for example, the light all going on/off at the flick of a switch

Bought these in norwich yesterday great idea and really well made ..Bargain if ya dont wanna keep fighting to get behind ya telly ..And now they are on here so must be hot ..

I have these to turn off the plugs in my 12 year olds bedroom at night because she cannot be trusted to go to sleep when she is supposed to,instant Tv & Eternet disconnection.

For a fiver simply cant go wrong, i bought 2 boxes of these. Only odd thing is the remote battery which is like an old cigarette lighter battery. Probably cost a fiver to replace it, but who knows. Great find OP.


paulchapman355

I have these to turn off the plugs in my 12 year olds bedroom at night … I have these to turn off the plugs in my 12 year olds bedroom at night because she cannot be trusted to go to sleep when she is supposed to,instant Tv & Eternet disconnection.



Until she removes the remote controlled plugs and connects it up directly to the power supply? Then wakes up in the morning and connects back to how they were?

£4.99 in Morrisons.

Believe me it is in the only socket that is in the room, it has an extension plugged into that & the socket is behind a very heavy bunk bed.
I'm not that stupid!

twe

Until she removes the remote controlled plugs and connects it up directly … Until she removes the remote controlled plugs and connects it up directly to the power supply? Then wakes up in the morning and connects back to how they were?

Bought these for ma in law - oap to save her bending to unplug/switch off last thing at night.

They are fab as there is a button that will switch off all of the plugs at the same time if thats what you need or there is the individual buttons too.

Good deal


frunk

For a fiver simply cant go wrong, i bought 2 boxes of these. Only odd … For a fiver simply cant go wrong, i bought 2 boxes of these. Only odd thing is the remote battery which is like an old cigarette lighter battery. Probably cost a fiver to replace it, but who knows. Great find OP.



We used to have this sized battery in a clock they are only about £1.30 - £1.50 for a Duracell one.

Also available at Sainsbury's. Not the same exact models though.

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garbage456

been done as a deal on here for over a year now, still keeps getting … been done as a deal on here for over a year now, still keeps getting posted

.... and voted mega-hot. I've long since stopped taking any notice of deal temperatures on here.

UnoriginalGuy

I wonder if these save more electricity than they burn? I'd only plug … I wonder if these save more electricity than they burn? I'd only plug very high power items into them, just to be on the safe side. Certainly isn't "free" to run one of these 24/7 They used to sell lamps with a long cord and a clicker on the end, I want one of those. None of this remote control **** that drains power, just a standard switch on a cord... Zero power consumption when off. Why can't I buy that?



These WILL in 75+% of case's save electricity and you'd be amazed at the amount as well, especially if you connect them to multiple devices via a socket multiplier.
Plus it's not really about whether the device connected is high current but more to do with it's standby power efficiency!

Edited by: "Leftfield_2k2" 13th Mar 2011


frakison

BootedTim's analogy worked... yours doesn't as its not really progress … BootedTim's analogy worked... yours doesn't as its not really progress when something is made worse! In Unoriginalguys case I agree, it is better to have a switch on the cord, although these do come in handy they are certainly not progress (unless you consider everyone becoming like the fat people in Wall-E through never getting up off their backsides?!?!?



You mean like the whole of America?

This is like the 'remote control remote control', for when you can't reach the remote for the TV. I agree with the Christmas tree example but this seems like the height of laziness to me.

Hehe


paulchapman355

Believe me it is in the only socket that is in the room, it has an … Believe me it is in the only socket that is in the room, it has an extension plugged into that & the socket is behind a very heavy bunk bed.I'm not that stupid!

Are these still available at £5?

Yes.
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