Solar powered calculator £2 each or 3 for £4.50. Click and Collect from The Works
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Solar powered calculator £2 each or 3 for £4.50. Click and Collect from The Works

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Found 28th Nov
Inspired by a post for a similar, more expensive 'discounted' item. This may be a better option for those with The Works nearby.

Ideal for school if mobile phones aren't allowed or if you're afraid of damage to your phone by kids.

Also available as a pack of 3 for £4.50 here.

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Touché. Heat added!

Poundshop

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aa64xyz1 m ago

Poundshop


Good shout. Even better!

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crinklecutnose38 m ago

http://www.poundland.co.uk/office-calculator


Already added as a deal for those where a Poundland is more convenient than The Works.

Kids in schools appear to use FX-85GT's now, (~£5 off eBay)
I'm not sure the old bead counters will cut it, any more than they did in my day


Also, thanks a bunch all you useless curriculum people from the 80's, I wasted years of my life in using your stupid Sine table books. Calculators were commonplace, your methods of teaching were pathetic.

Also the twonk in Uni who wasted a morning teaching us the derivation of some constant.
Nobody cares.
Edited by: "horsey" 29th Nov

horsey5 h, 18 m ago

Kids in schools appear to use FX-85GT's now, (~£5 off eBay) I'm not sure …Kids in schools appear to use FX-85GT's now, (~£5 off eBay) I'm not sure the old bead counters will cut it, any more than they did in my dayAlso, thanks a bunch all you useless curriculum people from the 80's, I wasted years of my life in using your stupid Sine table books. Calculators were commonplace, your methods of teaching were pathetic.Also the twonk in Uni who wasted a morning teaching us the derivation of some constant.Nobody cares.


I am even more peed off that 40% of my education was wasted with religion and singing hymns.

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horsey9 h, 58 m ago

Kids in schools appear to use FX-85GT's now, (~£5 off eBay) I'm not sure …Kids in schools appear to use FX-85GT's now, (~£5 off eBay) I'm not sure the old bead counters will cut it, any more than they did in my dayAlso, thanks a bunch all you useless curriculum people from the 80's, I wasted years of my life in using your stupid Sine table books. Calculators were commonplace, your methods of teaching were pathetic.Also the twonk in Uni who wasted a morning teaching us the derivation of some constant.Nobody cares.


It makes me smile when I think of my maths teacher defending why we needed to do maths manually, using the reason "you won't always have a calculator with...". Well she's been proved wrong hasn't she!
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