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Panasonic NA-148VB6WGB A+++ 8kg Washing Machine 5 years warranty £348.18 (using giveme5 code) + £45 cashback @ the SSE shop
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I think is not a bad price for a 8KG washing machine with 5 years warranty.
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larrylightweight

You will need that 5 year warranty I have had nothing but trouble with … You will need that 5 year warranty I have had nothing but trouble with Panasonic washing machines they look great but mine has been replaced and repaired more times than I can remember. The independent shop which Has few in the midlands where I got mine from stopped selling them because of people having problems with them. Mine is on its way out again the pump makes loads of noise when draining but it's out of warranty now. I used to fix white goods a long time ago and the parts are very pricey for these and the fix is normally a lot harder than other machines.



Which model do you have?

We know the chinese manufactured models have poor reliability but does this extend to the Turkish Vestel models. A large number of washing machines on the market are Vestel and like the other Turkish manufacturer Beko seem to have good reliability.

If you look here at Australia who because of location get the Chinese models mainly their reputation is very poor.

productreview.com.au/p/p…tml
You will need that 5 year warranty I have had nothing but trouble with Panasonic washing machines they look great but mine has been replaced and repaired more times than I can remember. The independent shop which Has few in the midlands where I got mine from stopped selling them because of people having problems with them. Mine is on its way out again the pump makes loads of noise when draining but it's out of warranty now. I used to fix white goods a long time ago and the parts are very pricey for these and the fix is normally a lot harder than other machines.
Panasonic service is awful. Avoid avoid avoid!
kevinyork

Mine was also one of the affected dryers. They sent me an email last … Mine was also one of the affected dryers. They sent me an email last week advising the repair wouldnt be till May or I could buy a new model for £99 (RRP £299). That model didnt fit and the door opened the wrong way so I spoke to them and got a different model free of charge. It was delivered yesterday and they took the faulty one away. All in all I would say given mine was a 7 yr old machine they did pretty well. Why not call them and ask for a free replacement. They are swapping over 80,000 machines.



​What number did you call?
COUPONKEV

Some would never again buy … Some would never again buy Panasonic;http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-NA148VB6WGB-1400rpm-Washing-Machine/dp/B00UXC4WP4My only personal experience is their AV equipment, none of which lasted more than 3 years.Be wary of terrible Customer Service from Pansonic when things go wrong, 24 Sept. 2015By Living the dreamThis review is from: Panasonic NA148VB6WGB 1400rpm Washing Machine 8kg Load Class A+++ (Misc.)I have had a Panasonic washing machine for just over 2 years, and was initially happy with it. Unfortunately I have now been without a washing machine for two months due to the terrible service from Panasonic. They have sent the wrong parts a total of 4 times to their designated repair centre! The only way I am able to contact them is through emails, to which they will respond by email. There is no opportunity to speak to anyone regarding the issues and I feel very frustrated with the overall lack of service. Purchasing a Panasonic Washing Machine could be a very expensive mistake if anything does go wrong... I will never purchase a Panasonic item again after this experience and urge anyone to read all the negative reviews on Panasonic Items which will show the lack of customer service for Panasonic.



Also worth pointing out this person has posted this negative review on just about all Panasonic washing machines on Amazon completely ruining the purpose of the review so its unclear which model they actually purchased.
Panasonic ES-ST25 electric shaver £34.50 SSE
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New stock of this excellent wet and dry shaver, not as cheap as the previous deal but at £34.50 and free delivery it's a bargain for what is a very good and we'll made shaver. Beat… Read more
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OOS as of 20th February it seems, but remember the discount code of GIVEME5 when it comes back into stock
MrFizzy

Only a small margin, so just beats it by a whisker.


Very good
JDPower

It's the best electric shaver I've used in 20+ years of shaving, albeit … It's the best electric shaver I've used in 20+ years of shaving, albeit by a small (but clearly noticeable) margin


Only a small margin, so just beats it by a whisker.
MBCH

Just ordered, code still very much valid (29/1/16, 9:40pm) - I hope it is … Just ordered, code still very much valid (29/1/16, 9:40pm) - I hope it is as good as all the reviews on the interweb Thanks OP


It's the best electric shaver I've used in 20+ years of shaving, albeit by a small (but clearly noticeable) margin
Just ordered, code still very much valid (29/1/16, 9:40pm) - I hope it is as good as all the reviews on the interweb Thanks OP
Panasonic ES-RT47 3-Blade Electric Shaver £19.48 with code at SSE shop!
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Panasonic ES-RT47 3-Blade Electric Shaver Wet/Dry for Men £19.48 with code at SSE shop Use code GIVEME5 for discount. Could not link direct because I have posted before. The sha… Read more
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Shoesize

All true. Still, the man's had the same Panny shaver for FIFTEEN YEARS! … All true. Still, the man's had the same Panny shaver for FIFTEEN YEARS! That's value!


I simply don't believe that would be possible without replacing the blades and foil several times.
pibpob

Unfortunately using a brand name as your sole criterion for prediction of … Unfortunately using a brand name as your sole criterion for prediction of reliability means very little except that you're playing into the hands of marketing. And a sample of one is statistically insignificant too. Technology has changed out of all recognition in 15 years so the current models might be far worse and/or their competitors might be far better.


All true. Still, the man's had the same Panny shaver for FIFTEEN YEARS! That's value!
dearley1231

I've had a Panasonic electric shaver for over 15 years and it's still … I've had a Panasonic electric shaver for over 15 years and it's still going. The ES4025. The only reason I am looking for a new shaver is one metal piece of the foil has gone. When you think how quickly disposable razors last (weeks) and these electric foils are still effective for years it is amazing. Battery is still OK too. Not as it was when new but that's to be expected.Bottom line with my Panasonic is that it will last long enough that you'll replace the razor before any parts.


Unfortunately using a brand name as your sole criterion for prediction of reliability means very little except that you're playing into the hands of marketing. And a sample of one is statistically insignificant too. Technology has changed out of all recognition in 15 years so the current models might be far worse and/or their competitors might be far better.
I've had a Panasonic electric shaver for over 15 years and it's still going. The ES4025. The only reason I am looking for a new shaver is one metal piece of the foil has gone. When you think how quickly disposable razors last (weeks) and these electric foils are still effective for years it is amazing. Battery is still OK too. Not as it was when new but that's to be expected.

Bottom line with my Panasonic is that it will last long enough that you'll replace the razor before any parts.
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Panasonic ES-SL41 shaver £20.50( £19.48 with code ) @ SSE Shop
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Cheap price for rechargable Panasonic shaver. Use code GIVEME5 to get the price.
I have one of these and find it shaves really well especially with gel or foam.Got mine from amazon and funnily enough the same shop (sse southern electric) is selling it for a whopping £36!?!

amazon.co.uk/Pan…F6J
Heat added purely for good price.

Terrible shaver, sent it back for a full refund! Personally, I would avoid.

I genuinely find the one below better as a stop-gap; I bought 2 for £9.98 in an 'end of line' Tesco sale:

amazon.co.uk/Bra…m90

Edited by: "celticprince" 28th Nov 2015
Magister

I have one of these, and it's totally useless. Save your money.



Surprising good shaver, well recommended.

Heat from me!
I have to agree with magister. I have this as well and it is pony.
Beko DCY9316W 9kg Condenser Dryer £240.35 with Code @ SSE Shop
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Great price for a large size drum, and B rating dryer. By using the code , you will get 5% off, which brings the price to £240 delivered. I know there are many anti Beko fans out t… Read more
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Owners of large air-vented dryers and condensing dryers under the Hotpoint, Indesit and Creda brands, bought between April 2004 and October 2015, may need to have them fixed. Over 11 years before they realised there was a problem, and people complain about BEKO's recall policy!
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checkley73

for a cheap dryer I would go Indesit personally, made in Yate in Bristol. … for a cheap dryer I would go Indesit personally, made in Yate in Bristol. Whilst not the latest in tech they are generally reliable and so basic you can get repaired cheaply if need be.If you have a little more then the Bosch WTE84106GB @ £299 is a good buy.



​interesting that this article has just appeared in the BBC news, and no mention of Beko.
Fire risks prompt tumble dryer recall - bbc.co.uk/new…765
haggisheid

Many votes against this brand, In that case, what brands to avoid with … Many votes against this brand, In that case, what brands to avoid with condenser dryers and what are better? but reflecting a similar price.



for a cheap dryer I would go Indesit personally, made in Yate in Bristol. Whilst not the latest in tech they are generally reliable and so basic you can get repaired cheaply if need be.

If you have a little more then the Bosch WTE84106GB @ £299 is a good buy.
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Many votes against this brand, In that case, what brands to avoid with condenser dryers and what are better? but reflecting a similar price.
I bought candy dryer 4 months ago from argos, I found I wasted my time and money I have replace it with before last 7 weeks every ingilterede works very well! much better than argos suggested candy dryer!
Panasonic TX-50CX680B 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £579.03 delvered @ SSE Shop Online , with Panasonic 5 Year Warranty, Includes Free Delivery
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Use code GIVEME5 to get price from £609.50 down to £579.03 Use " Scottish Hydro " name for Panasonic 5 year Warranty All products on our website have free delivery With its 384… Read more
brookysm

Yeah didn't announce much, only that Entertainment, Movies and Sports … Yeah didn't announce much, only that Entertainment, Movies and Sports will be arriving in 4k later in 2016, that's still considerably closer than you claimed isn't it!Also no I wasn't the guy who claimed 4k Blu Ray would be here by summer, I did however tell you the standards has been set last summer when you claimed they hadn't, the original shipping date was supposed to have been this month but is looking like January now for the 1st model which will be from Samsung.Also don't get your hopes up of Panasonic doing much in OLED without LG, 1, they use LG OLED panels in their sets currently and 2, LG are so far ahead of the pack in OLED manufacturing that it's unlikely anyone else will overtake them for quite sometime.Only 20% have the needed broadband speed for 4khttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/broadband/11138376/Average-UK-broadband-speeds-up-as-digital-divide-narrows.htmlAye OK fella.....



LG make the panel. Panasonic produce the controller board and firmware. Thats a big chunk of difference. The guy who calibrated my plasma had done 4 LG OLED's at that point. He mentioned if they were his, two of them would have got sent back as the picture wasn't consistent enough. (This guy - convergent-av.co.uk/abo…tml - I'l take his view over anyone on this board ...)

forbes.com/sit…tv/

And we're in early days here. By the time I buy one, I expect them to have improved even further. And stop being curved. PLEASE stop being curved!

And you need to stop looking at countrywide averages for broadband speeds. That average is pushed up by cable (Virgin) and the fibre offerings for those that have it.

This: broadband.co.uk/pre…pdf

Will give you a slightly more accurate picture. Of the major providers, Virgin way above the rest (pushing the average up). No-one else clears 20Mbps. BT only average 18Mbps because of those on fibre. PlusNet are sort of close. The rest? Nope. Well, maybe if you live right next door to the exchange. A few of the specialist ones also clear 20Mbps. But not all of those are available at consumer level and I have no idea how they're priced.

Plus, you have to factor in the strain it will put on ISP infrastructure if everyone capable of streaming 4k suddenly actually started doing it. That would chew into bandwidth in a big way and would push averages down. In short - we're not currently in a position where they could cope. (look at the time of day split on page 3 of that report - it already drops in peak time)

(Note - I work in IT, specifically doing a lot of network, load and performance testing. Trust me. UK ISP infrastructure would not cope ...)
sancheez

So. The 18th has been and gone. Sky announce Sky Q. Which is UHD … So. The 18th has been and gone. Sky announce Sky Q. Which is UHD compatible. And will available "sometime" in 2016. No mention of price. Not much focus on 4k. In fact, it won' have ANY 4k content on launch. That will come "later" in 2016. And no doubt they'll charge plenty for it when then do introduce 4k.Are you the same guy that told me (in the spring) I'd be eating my words when 4k bluray launched this summer? Haven't seen much fanfare about that one either. (Commercial launch for that is into 2016 now as well)Thus far, no words have been eaten. In fact, I'm not even hungry.It's not mainstream. It's nowhere close to mainstream. It won't be for a LONG time yet. If you want to keep telling yourself it is, feel free. Not my problem if you don't understand the definition of the word.When it finally is (my guess is 3+ years yet), then Panasonic 4k OLED will probably have advanced even further (already better than all the LG offerings apparently) and come down in price ..... and thats when I'll buy one.(PS .... you're miles out with your guess about "large swathes" of the UK having enough bandwidth to stream 4k. Maybe 20% if you're lucky.)


Yeah didn't announce much, only that Entertainment, Movies and Sports will be arriving in 4k later in 2016, that's still considerably closer than you claimed isn't it!

Also no I wasn't the guy who claimed 4k Blu Ray would be here by summer, I did however tell you the standards has been set last summer when you claimed they hadn't, the original shipping date was supposed to have been this month but is looking like January now for the 1st model which will be from Samsung.

Also don't get your hopes up of Panasonic doing much in OLED without LG, 1, they use LG OLED panels in their sets currently and 2, LG are so far ahead of the pack in OLED manufacturing that it's unlikely anyone else will overtake them for quite sometime.

Only 20% have the needed broadband speed for 4k
telegraph.co.uk/tec…tml

Aye OK fella.....
brookysm

Years off is it? Nov 18th is looking like you'll probably be eating our … Years off is it? Nov 18th is looking like you'll probably be eating our words...



So. The 18th has been and gone. Sky announce Sky Q. Which is UHD compatible. And will available "sometime" in 2016. No mention of price. Not much focus on 4k. In fact, it won' have ANY 4k content on launch. That will come "later" in 2016. And no doubt they'll charge plenty for it when then do introduce 4k.

Are you the same guy that told me (in the spring) I'd be eating my words when 4k bluray launched this summer? Haven't seen much fanfare about that one either. (Commercial launch for that is into 2016 now as well)

Thus far, no words have been eaten. In fact, I'm not even hungry.

It's not mainstream. It's nowhere close to mainstream. It won't be for a LONG time yet. If you want to keep telling yourself it is, feel free. Not my problem if you don't understand the definition of the word.

When it finally is (my guess is 3+ years yet), then Panasonic 4k OLED will probably have advanced even further (already better than all the LG offerings apparently) and come down in price ..... and thats when I'll buy one.

(PS .... you're miles out with your guess about "large swathes" of the UK having enough bandwidth to stream 4k. Maybe 20% if you're lucky.)

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brookysm

I see buffy has been crying to the mods again and had my post removed! … I see buffy has been crying to the mods again and had my post removed! Ignore what the bloke (happy now mods) says he hasn't got a 4k TV and has admitted to never seeing one in action - a total Internet 'expert' of the highest order!

brookysm

Facts are the graph that buffy wheels out when he simply cannot help … Facts are the graph that buffy wheels out when he simply cannot help ignore and has to post misinformation on EVERY SINGLE 4K TV DEAL is totally inaccurate! The distances shown are for how you will see ALL the additional detail from 4k, you will still see MORE DETAIL than a HD picture from further back than they show. Look at it like this, up close looking out of a window it looks pretty real doesn't it, that's because it is real but walk to the other side of the room and does it look any less realistic looking out? There's your answer.

brookysm

As for Sancheez comment about lack of available material, there's 66 … As for Sancheez comment about lack of available material, there's 66 shows and movies available via Amazon Prime in the UK right now, Netflix has 12 shows shown in UHD along with 6 movies/docs/moving wallpaper so together there's heading on for around 500 - 1000 hours of viewing already sat there ready to go, BT are streaming sports in 4k and Sky are revealing their new wonderbox next week that industry experts are touting will support 4k along with multichannel recording and streaming. Also remember higher end TV models do a great job at upscaling HD too!Ignore the naysayers, 4k is happening, the picture looks fantastic (I've had 4k for over 18 months and bought my parents one last month which they are loving too)- yes you won't be getting 4k for free for sometime yet but how long was HD out before the BBC committed to more than the BBC HD channel which to start with had extremely limited programming - I was a day one Sky HD subscriber too btw.

get a room
brookysm

I see buffy has been crying to the mods again and had my post removed! … I see buffy has been crying to the mods again and had my post removed! Ignore what the bloke (happy now mods) says he hasn't got a 4k TV and has admitted to never seeing one in action - a total Internet 'expert' of the highest order!

brookysm

Facts are the graph that buffy wheels out when he simply cannot help … Facts are the graph that buffy wheels out when he simply cannot help ignore and has to post misinformation on EVERY SINGLE 4K TV DEAL is totally inaccurate! The distances shown are for how you will see ALL the additional detail from 4k, you will still see MORE DETAIL than a HD picture from further back than they show. Look at it like this, up close looking out of a window it looks pretty real doesn't it, that's because it is real but walk to the other side of the room and does it look any less realistic looking out? There's your answer.

brookysm

As for Sancheez comment about lack of available material, there's 66 … As for Sancheez comment about lack of available material, there's 66 shows and movies available via Amazon Prime in the UK right now, Netflix has 12 shows shown in UHD along with 6 movies/docs/moving wallpaper so together there's heading on for around 500 - 1000 hours of viewing already sat there ready to go, BT are streaming sports in 4k and Sky are revealing their new wonderbox next week that industry experts are touting will support 4k along with multichannel recording and streaming. Also remember higher end TV models do a great job at upscaling HD too!Ignore the naysayers, 4k is happening, the picture looks fantastic (I've had 4k for over 18 months and bought my parents one last month which they are loving too)- yes you won't be getting 4k for free for sometime yet but how long was HD out before the BBC committed to more than the BBC HD channel which to start with had extremely limited programming - I was a day one Sky HD subscriber too btw.



I know plenty enough to offer the pros and cons which people have thanked me for, of which you oddly criticise. Strange, very strange.
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Panasonic ES-RT47 3-Blade Electric Shaver £19.48 with code at SSE shop
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Panasonic ES-RT47 3-Blade Electric Shaver Wet/Dry for Men £26.60 with code at SSE shop Use code GIVEME5 for discount. Now £22.33! amended title Now £19.48! amended title again..… Read more
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This is a good deal I thought i should bump it?
Thanks OP, ordered one today, my philishave needs blades replacing. Wanted to give the foil shaver a try!!
Great price OP, heat added.

Not convinced from searching the net that this will be any better than mine; from what I read it appears a similar situation to electric toothbrushes, anything more that £20-30 and we are just paying for unnecessary superfluities that do nothing to improve upon the primary purpose.
Edited by: "celticprince" 9th Nov 2015
vulcanproject

If anyone sees a good deal for a rotary one instead let me know. My old … If anyone sees a good deal for a rotary one instead let me know. My old remington is on it's last erm...spins... and I just prefer the rotary type. I'll keep an eye out too mind and post anything if it's good



There's a decent Argos Value range one on here for under £10 with 4star reviews. Just search for "argos shaver" also you can add 3 year product replacement for around £1.50 . Meaning no matter what your shaver will last you at least 3 years
If anyone sees a good deal for a rotary one instead let me know. My old remington is on it's last erm...spins... and I just prefer the rotary type. I'll keep an eye out too mind and post anything if it's good
Panasonic ES-LV65 Arc5 Wet & Dry 5-Blade Men's Electric Shaver £101.50 @ SSE
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Cheapest available and further 5% off with GIVEME5 £199 @ Argos 5 star reviews on almost every website where sold. - 5 blade cutting system with 30 degree nano-polished blades c… Read more
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Tony_One

Is there a link? Cheers



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Home Shield Boiler Cover £74.40 @ SSE
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90p for a years boiler cover and inspection!!!!!!! Keep your home warm and cosy this winter with our annual heating and boiler cover. Sign up now and get the first six months for … Read more
Just got my topcashback confirmed.
Had to put in a claim because it didn't track and send them a nudge.
£80.
Edited by: "jh787" 29th Feb 2016
Topcashback now £84, 6 months boiler and heating cover for 6 * £18.90 = £113.4
£29.40 for annual cover and a service seems good to me, I wouldn't pay the £226 for year 2 though.....
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cbk1006

jb66 You've got your sums wrong!!£73.50 cashback is only available on the … jb66 You've got your sums wrong!!£73.50 cashback is only available on the £18.90 a month deal.Making your premium £39.90 for the year . The basic package offers £42 cashback, making your premium £32 for the year. top offer includes boiler inspection and no call outs!!



When it was first posted that was the deal. I've hit expired but it's not yet
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jb66 You've got your sums wrong!!£73.50 cashback is only available on the £18.90 a month deal.Making your premium £39.90 for the year . The basic package offers £42 cashback, making your premium £32 for the year. top offer includes boiler inspection and no call outs!!
Panasonic ER-GB40-S511 Electric Beard / Hair Trimmer £27.55 @ SSE Shop
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£39.99 Boots - £36.44 Amazon Use Code - GIVEME5 Great Reviews All-in-One Hair, Beard & Body Trimmer for Wet / Dry Shaving and fully immersible in water Sharp 45° stainless s… Read more
Just ordered thanks! My Remmington packed in and from there I've been holding out for a decent new one.
nb2508

What business does a utilities supplier have selling beard trimmers?



I was thinking the same thing.. What the F.. SSE selling consumer electronics?! Madness..
What business does a utilities supplier have selling beard trimmers?
Ordered, thanks!
TaylorBA

Anyone know of any deals for petrol powered beard trimmers?



Is that meant to be a joke?
Panasonic ES-SL41-R511 Red Milano Electric Shaver £21.00 @ SSE Shop
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Cheapest i've found Was £90
I got this on a deal last year and use it to take on holiday.. Great little razor for a great price. Heat added.
amazon.co.uk/Pan…BKS

seems to be about the right price comparing it on amazon
The extra £7.50 for the ST25 model is a far better deal....... Its better at everything that matters, motor speed, charge time and run time.
Panasonic ES-ST25 3-Blade Linear Motor Electric Shaver Wet/Dry for Men £28.50 @ thesseshop.co.uk
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Dam, I pulled the trigger on this yesterday and paid £31.87 for it from SSE @Amazon. GIVEME5 code makes it £27.08 - deanos
****, well impressed with mine so much so that I was just about to buy another as a spare but it seems out of stock. Ditto for the same supplier on Amazon (albeit it was £31). Will be checking again soon!
I find the red light starts flashing when there is about 15 minutes shave time left in the battery..... enough for two more shaves.
Just received mine (used the GIVEME5 discount code) and very impressed, better than the Braun series 3 340s it replaces. Can't comment on the battery life or long term quality of the shaver or its cutting head as only time will tell but it's Japanese made and feels much better quality (although lighter to hold) than the braun.

deanos

anyone else finding the battery does not last, im getting 3 shaves before … anyone else finding the battery does not last, im getting 3 shaves before it needs charging, no where near the 45min it should last


No the battery seems fine for me.
The only thing i dont like about the shaver is that it takes some time to get close above the top lip and around the chin area where the beard is tougher.
anyone else finding the battery does not last, im getting 3 shaves before it needs charging, no where near the 45min it should last
SSE Broadband - 2yrs Unlimited data Free BB & £12pm line rental & Free weekend calls & Free router (& £52.50 cashback through TCB)
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Different to other deals posted - This is a great price for home broadband. - 2 Years Free broadband with no usage limit - Cheap £12pm line rental - Free weekend calls (local/nat… Read more
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They assure me each time I call that traffic management does not exist on their fibre offerings and it's likely congestion affecting my speed from abusive users living nearer to the exchange! Seem happy to try and help although no one seems to be technically trained often get comments like "not sure you sound like you know more than me if I'm honest hehe" and sent an engineer to the exchange and got him to put me on a new socket or something not sure how it works exactly but still intermittently slow!

I also missed out on cash back as they conveniently don't manually enter the via cash back site applications to their system and when you phone after hearing nothing for weeks it's treated as a phone order! Phone line was installed two or three weeks late and broadband installed four weeks after that!!!! Had to do all the chasing myself as they simply forget about you until you call for an update then they apologise and say order unfortunately hasn't been processed as yet (even though previous call I had chosen my install dates!) but they'll set it as a complaint and it'll get fast tracked.

Also never got billed for the first three months and was told it was due to delays in both services being activated but after broadband had been active a month I would get bill in November then it arrived a week later in October so nothing seems organised at all!
SSE are incompetent and ignorant to customers, I'm with them and they have agreed to let me leave with no fees due to how bad their service has been.

half my previous speed and customer service is the worst I have ever dealt with (uk based, just don't care)
Although the contract period is 18mths for BB and 12mths for phone, you have to stay with them 24mths to get the half price deal. In reality making it a 24mth contract as if you leave before 24mths it appears they will charge you full price.
one place says 24 month half price. but at the bottom it states 18 month contract

can simeone explain?
Ultrafast, reliable connection speeds of up to 76MbΔ
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18 month contract
alcurtis93

is it possible to add anytime calls?


Best ask them but should think so, however they add £8 to the standard package for anytime.
SSE broadband free for 24 months (line rental £12) £228
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(Ignoring phone calls plans (they are not the best if you include call plan)) - broadband free for 24 months - 38Mbps fibre for £10 per month for 24 months - 76Mbps fibre for £12.… Read more
rford78

My SSE's unlimited fibre has just gone live and it is HORRIBLE . SSE (and … My SSE's unlimited fibre has just gone live and it is HORRIBLE . SSE (and their whoesale supplier Daisy Communications) severely throttle/slow down the fibre connection to DSL speeds until late evening. e.g. around 500 Kbps - 1Mbps rendering youtube HD videos unplayable and of course correspondingly slow file downloads. Avoid at all costs.



​Is your sse broadband still throttled all day? They refuse to accept they throttle or traffic manage on fibre, just standard broadband and keep sending me to btwholesale speed test where I magically get full speed results but this is not how it actually works in reality! any other speed test shows 2mbits through the day! Their customer service is actually good but broadband seems poor as had better speed on plus net normal so don't understand how it can be congestion !
What is your sync speeds?
My SSE's unlimited fibre has just gone live and it is HORRIBLE . SSE (and their whoesale supplier Daisy Communications) severely throttle/slow down the fibre connection to DSL speeds until late evening. e.g. around 500 Kbps - 1Mbps rendering youtube HD videos unplayable and of course correspondingly slow file downloads.

Avoid at all costs.
Just set my friend on this and they say the 14 day cooling off is when you get welcome pack and seen as can take up to a month to set up not good at all, after waiting 2 weeks now he has decided to cancel and go with sky and pay £16.40 a month and get £100 evoucher too
BrianM

Both much worse on line rental than the £12 SEE deal!


Yeah, not disagreeing with you. It's an excellent price if the service is good. I would have gone for it, but saw it as too much of a risk.
SSE are offering 2 years 70/20mb fibre broadband, INCUDING line rental, for £24.50 a month
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Firstly, all credit to UnclePotter who first posted this deal, but I feel that the cheap high speed fibre aspect of the deal is better than the free "copper" broadband offer he hig… Read more
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png666

So u don't block pirate bay or new album releases etc?If not and you … So u don't block pirate bay or new album releases etc?If not and you started would this acceptable grounds to leave the contract cost free?



​ you should probably be using a vpn. If you did then your isp could not block anything. I use "private internet access" and I'll carry on using them because their android app just got per app routing and has a kill switch to stop leaks if the connection drops. there are lots of options lifehacker.com/593…ers.
this has expired. deal is now 6 month
Thought I'd feedback on here after finally getting my issues resolved with SSE. My order was initially cancelled in error (probably as I left them for gas and electricity just a week before ordering). Eventually got around to talking to customer services and have to say they've been excellent. All UK call centres and guys who genuinely seem to care. It took a little while to get up and running but they offered to refund the difference between my contract and what I was paying on bt while the issue got resolved. They also promised the tcb would be approved and to my surprise they have honoured it this week (£120) It has taken a bit of sorting but this was a true test of the customer service and can only say positive things.
Rudki

I spoke to a guy in their customer services department who confirmed a … I spoke to a guy in their customer services department who confirmed a static IP address can be once they have taken over my phone line and processing my broadband.The CS guy has also confirmed to me by email that I will get a static IP address.




as an existing customer (signed up as part of this offer) i can confirm you do NOT get a static IP but dynamic. the cs was probably confused, most of them dont appear to be trained so much (as i had to go via a manager to get something else fixed)
Rudki

I spoke to a guy in their customer services department who confirmed a … I spoke to a guy in their customer services department who confirmed a static IP address can be once they have taken over my phone line and processing my broadband.The CS guy has also confirmed to me by email that I will get a static IP address.



I guess I am glad to hear that then, kind of conflicting with the information I received but that would be great as I've signed up to them to save a few quid over my current contract with EE( bloody terrible company anyway)
Panasonic Wet & Dry ER-GB40-S511 Silver Hair and Beard Trimmer - £24.70 with Code - SSE
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Was looking for a decent beard trimmer and was recommended the black version for about £40, which also seems to get good reviews on Amazon. Then noticed the silver version was much… Read more
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Been using this for a year or so now and it's been great. Looks like it's still available for £25.18 with free delivery.
Do you believe the review comment >

" . . . you are told after you buy the product that the batteries will only last for up to 3 years and can't be replaced."
I've been looking for a new trimmer.

Cheers op :-)
Thanks for this, quite a bit cheaper than elsewhere and gets good reviews.
Will be trying it without the guard as sounds perfect for that.
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RichieRahh

anyone know if this is any good?



Had mine delivered on Saturday and used it today. Used it on the 1mm setting and I'm very pleased with it, especially for the price.
LG F14A7FDSA 9kg Steam Direct Drive White Washing Machine, 5 Year Warranty (on redemption) & 10 Year Direct Drive Motor Warranty £494.55 Delivered @ SSE Shop (Possible John Lewis Pricematch)
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Excellent price for a quality Washing Machine with excellent reviews - LG F14A7FDSA Steam Direct Drive Washing Machine (9kg, White) is currently on sale on SSE Shop website for £… Read more
EagleKnight

Hi 5nowman, just read your post, can you tell me how you got JL to price … Hi 5nowman, just read your post, can you tell me how you got JL to price match a lower price to a different colour and which site you found the price on ? I am thinking of ordering one in silver - thanks



I got JL to price match PRC Direct.

They didn't seem too fussed about the colour of the item... just the first aspect of the product.

Sorry for the late reply.

I'm still waiting for my £100 from panasonic!
5nowman

I have to vote cold for this reason.I ordered the black version of this … I have to vote cold for this reason.I ordered the black version of this for £649 price matched to £499.Order placed 1st Jan. Still waiting order. JL said they are waiting on LG who are waiting for shipment that will take 3 more weeks approx!JLs delivery times are totally incorrect ok items they personally don't have in stock. Within 14 days delivery originally.




Hi 5nowman, just read your post, can you tell me how you got JL to price match a lower price to a different colour and which site you found the price on ? I am thinking of ordering one in silver - thanks
angus11

I ordered one myself last night at 10.00 pm and had a phone call this … I ordered one myself last night at 10.00 pm and had a phone call this morning just after 9.00 am arranging delivery for next Wednesday (21st). That's to the Scottish Highlands, so I'm happy enough with that :)Hope this helps



Yep mine arrived on the Wednesday after I bought it, very pleased with the machine too! Still not worked out how to turn off the music though
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Washing machine is up to £630.50 on the SSE website now, so expiring deal
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Hmm, not sure I follow your logic for voting cold because your own order from John Lewis has been delayed...

I'd mentioned JL in the thread because I know that some people wont go past them, but I ordered my washing machine from SSE last Wednesday night, received a phone call on Thursday morning arranging delivery for the following Wednesday, email & text reminders on Tuesday, and was delivered on Wednesday as planned. The delivery men called 1/2 hour before arrival, and even plumbed in the washing machine because they were running early

Ordered, delivered to Scottish Highlands (Inverness) and installed within a week - Fantastic service!

Tefal GV8461 Pro Express Autoclean Steam Generator £113.50 @  The SSE Shop
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This steam iron has great reviews on Amazon (RRP is ridiculous £279.99), and sold by Southern Electric on Amazon for £159. However in their own website thesseshop.co.uk, it is only… Read more
Even better now at £85, including S&H
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Robpam

Does this iron have English plug as they all look like a European plug



Yes it is UK version.
Does this iron have English plug as they all look like a European plug
Still valid...thanks! Best price around even with sale offers.
I have had this for a couple of years, effortless ironing. Adding heat.
Beko DCU9330W 9KG Sensor Condensor 9KG Tumble Dryer £226 (£203 Southern Electric Customers)) Free Delivery
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The New Beko DCU9930W Condenser Tumble Dryer has a 9kg load capacity, ideal for large items like duvets. It has a large LCD display with time remaining display. There is even an in… Read more
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Just ordered code still works!, Deserves to be unexpired, great deal many thanks.
Code still works - thanks guys
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Why has this been expired
Just purchased using the code, cheers OP.