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TEXET Albert Easy View Scientific Calculator In Pink, Blue & Silver - 37p *Instore* @ Tesco
TEXET Albert Easy View Scientific Calculator In Pink, Blue & Silver - 37p *Instore* @ Tesco

TEXET Albert Easy View Scientific Calculator In Pink, Blue & Silver - 37p *Instore* @ Tesco

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just bought 6 in Tesco - Yeovil for my 2 kids . 3 each thought it would be cheaper than buying batterys ...
£13.19 in WHS - whsmith.co.uk/Cat…972

TEXET Albert EV S Scientific calculator with 249 functions. Features easy view display,dual power, plastic keys & protective slide on casing.

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is it store specific or nationwide?

I just bought 19. One for each of my kids.

You bought 6 for 2 kids then come on here to post a deal for which probably only you got!!!

Batteries take forever to run down on calculators.

Reeferman

just bought 6 in Tesco - Yeovil for my 2 kids . 3 each thought it would … just bought 6 in Tesco - Yeovil for my 2 kids . 3 each thought it would be cheaper than buying batterys ...



I've still got the same battery in my Casio from when I did my A-levels. And I am now 43!


BlueDan

Batteries take forever to run down on calculators.



This is so true, mine has never been replaced and I received it in 1988.

I think they are solar powered

Henvig

This is so true, mine has never been replaced and I received it in 1988.


Sharp/Casio are superior calculators in my opinion, as what you are typing in is displayed along the top and you can edit this. Modern Sharp/Casio models can also answer as surds. However, so many kids go to secondary school without a calculator at all, so while not the best scientific calculator out there it is still much better than none at all or a non-scientific one.

Bargain if you can find it!

Was just trying to calculate how long I had had mine but unfortunately had to give up as my batteries are flat!

37p - wow, i dont think i've ever seen something priced at 37p before lol

skipster3000

Sharp/Casio are superior calculators in my opinion, as what you are … Sharp/Casio are superior calculators in my opinion, as what you are typing in is displayed along the top and you can edit this. Modern Sharp/Casio models can also answer as surds.


I agree, the newer Casio's display fractions and surds (numbers under a square route) so much better. Even the older casio's would probably be better than this and well worth the £6 especially If like me you use it from GCSE right through to UNI.

I mean this will probably be fine for upto C-B grade GCSE's, those doing the extra module to try get the A* grade may want the newer casio though.

I wouldn't recommend doing A-Level maths without a modern Casio. When you start doing surds and radians with complex integrals and differentials and functions etc a calculator helping you out wherever possible really can make it so much easier to learn (And get the right answer). And I only got a D Grade after two A's at GCSE, A-Level maths is HARD (some examination boards are easier though IMO).

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Broxy

You bought 6 for 2 kids then come on here to post a deal for which … You bought 6 for 2 kids then come on here to post a deal for which probably only you got!!!



they had around 50 ish left
Edited by: "Reeferman" 16th Mar 2011

I can't believe there are people on here that know more about the calculators than the instruction booklets. I wonder if they buy Casio monthly?

Sorry, had to laugh at the battery bit.... with them being solar powered they'd last a lifetime good deal tho!

Edited by: "Jayo" 16th Mar 2011

MONKEYDRIBBLE

I just bought 19. One for each of my kids.

Hate to break it to you but you actually have 20 kids. You really should have borrowed one of the calculators to help add that up for you.

bigsky

I've still got the same battery in my Casio from when I did my A-levels. … I've still got the same battery in my Casio from when I did my A-levels. And I am now 43!



I Am 43 and still on same batteries from calulator I had for my O Levels!!
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