I'm looking for 3.1A as I need fast charge. My anker charger has broke
2 amp SHARED? (shock)
Silly me! Ammended
It clearly states 'ex VAT', please amend the price.
Then see above :)
Also heavier duty D-line cable protector Cable Protector83mm x 14mm 9 Mtr Coil or cut to length £6.50 or £52.25 (9 Metres)Lengths can be uniquely joined by (patent-pending) connectors (2 links per join) Effective flexible profiles (supplied coiled) Ideal for regular traffic areas... public areas, offices, factory floors, education, healthcare etc. Split-rear for quick & easy use Ribbed back for non-slip... NO adhesive tapes required Width: 83mm Height: 14mm Cavity: 30mm x 10mm
This is the 'light duty' version vs this one on amazon which is 'heavy duty' http://amzn.eu/077jitb
I just put mine on top of radiator 10 minutes before going out on a very cold day!
Why would anyone want a shoe warmer? It would be like putting shoes on after some one else's warm sweaty feet have been in there oO
I use one of these to dry all of our pets out, after I've bathed them.
the developer/inventor should really have gone on dragons den. they would have saved a fortune.
I just realised the Duracell offer on here is for 20xAA and 20xAAA for £10 so I've kicked myself in the backside for not paying attention.
Was talking about the 10 packs that go from £2.90 to £3.50 yes 2 less batteries but better battery all round. the pound shops do sell panisonic ones as well or they do round our way but just noticed they are a different pack to these ones. :)
Those 20 packs on Amazon are £10 and for £9.90 this gets you 36 batteries The poundland might do, depends what you get but if it's 4 polaroid alkalines for £1 or 12 Panasonic alkalines for £3.30 I'll be spending the extra 30p every time, those poundland ones are not identical as these.
Better to go for the Duracell industrial ones from Amazon or eBay than these poundland specials :(
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Has to be screwfix for me to due to box size, but heat for the deal though.
Good point. Kills the deal for me :(
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Screwfix ones only require 25mm back boxes and these require 35mm.... which is not usually something the builder might of fitted so measure yours before you buy. Plus I've got the Screwfix ones and theyre pretty damm good quality for £12!!!
1amp, the screwfix version are 2.1 amp
waiting for USB C is a waste of time...think of all of the items that you charge by USB at the moment....the likelihood of you getting an abundance of items that need charging by USB C in the near future is small.....that and then anything standard USB you'd need to get a separate cable If this was of course tongue in cheek you have got me hook line and sinker Good deal as far as I am concerned, that being said, Ive been getting mine from Amazon for £12.50 odd so Im locked into them really as I want them all to match....got 4 in the house so far
This looks good and quite cheap too, why cold?
At least I added the VAT!
I see somebody edited my post to add p&p. I. didn't add the postage as it is free click and collect for those fortunate enough to live close to a store.
Thinking it'll be good to wait for USB C to make its play for standardisation.
i think these are a stupid and dangerous idea it will encourage children to stick things in the socket
yup shame really that you cannot maintain look after improve your property without a numpty coming round to do it because he has the paperwork and does a proper $%^% job of it and then he's using his brothers qualification whooops feel a rant coming on best shut up and return to flamedeer catching lol merry xmas btw :)
You're right it used to be the law but hasn't been for many years. If you live in a new enough house to have records of what was there and it has changed and not been signed off then good luck with an insurance claim if your house burns down.
Yeah that's my guess too
Haha, yes unfortunately they do produce more heat than their LED equivalents
Yes .. & at 52 Watts .. 'HEAT' will definately/naturally be 'Added' too .. yes ..... lol. :-)
Thanks but actually it is rather big compared to a single halogen floodlight perhaps that's why I'm getting the negative votes. However if you want the light output and the long term reliability, this is the way to go. IMO, and the same or similar modes are on sale elsewhere for £49 or more
Looks good heat added
Delivery with screwfix is a fiver mate
If you really wanted to.You could wire it in singles and i think 1.5mm is good enough for lighting.As long as you sleeved it you shouldn't cause any confusion.Its not how it tends to be done in houses but it would be fine to use ......
1. Small powercables to link up wallk HDMI Sockets 2. Dont need to go to the council if your adding a computer socket 3. Up north dont need part P, qualified with the 17th wiring regs and also inspection and testing so covered that way,
1. I cant think of anywhere in a house installation you would use this cable. 2. Have a word with your local council before you undertake any electrical work on your own house :) 3. Get a sparky with Part P certification to give you a quote for the work. A quote is free, electrocuting your kids lasts a lifetime. 4 Price does not include VAT or delivery at £4.95 5 Cheaper at Screwfix £14.90 including VAT and delivery. http://beta.screwfix.com/p/tower-1-core-reel-conduit-cable-black-1-5mm-x-100m/23519
It doesnt say 11.50 delivered, you can simply pop into any store and pick up one, or else if you order over a certain amount its free delivery. I ll edit the title to add VAT just for you.
£19.20 with VAT and del! We got ours from Ebay a couple of years ago I think it was about £10/12.
oh well tlc prices are quite good so i ll buy more from them on here and u can choose right colour and have all stock available, they also deliver.
A quick search shows this thread of 4 months ago, so stock will be pretty much limited. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/b-q-home-easy-master-remote-system/768659
Nice features, but as you said, rather pricey for a 16". Wickes are doing one at the same price with remote control etc for a 18" one.
No, this is part of a wired solution, you need a video sender.
Hey guys, absolutely clueless when it comes to these things. I was hoping to get something to transfer the sky I have in the livingroom to the tele i have in the bedroom. Would this do the job, or do i need something else. Hoping for something wirelesss. Any help would be much appreiacated!!
£7.99 on Play.com with free delivery, if you cant pick up from TLC http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/5622544/Magic-Eye-Remote-Control-Extender/Product.html Not sure what the others do Philex SLx Digi Bypass Kit TV Link Magic Eye Control £6.99 http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/5537969/Philex-SLx-Digi-Bypass-Kit-TV-Link-Magic-Eye-Control/Product.html Sky SKYLINK Link Magic Eye Digital Remote Control £10.99 http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/8241233/Sky-SKYLINK-Link-Magic-Eye-Digital-Remote-Control/Product.html
Yes - it works for all functions on + and HD. Agree - that's why I ended up getting one of these. Yes you can - there is an option in one of the menus (probably the engineers' menu - see earlier posts) that allows you to set the RF2 aspect. Yes, done this too and it helps, default is 68, but you can convert to anything between 21 and 68 - I'm running on 21. Once again, in the engineers' menu
what is a Eurovox, googling for this comes up with an alternative to cable boxes
Now changd the price - I forgot to add the other 2 bulbs:whistling::oops: 3 bulbs £20.97 + 4.99 delivers (if you can't get to the shop) + VAT You need to spend over £30 to get the 10% off
Not sure how you get 14.08? the 11w are £6.99 each x3 = 20.97 -10% (2.09) = 18.88+vat the 9 w are £6.30 each x3 = 18.90 -10% (1.89) = 17.01 +vat
is this one at argos better?: http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4324414.htm?storeId=10001&referredURL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F4324414.htm&jspStoreDir=argos&referrer=COJUN&cmpid=COJUN#producttabs
£65 per month! Are you growing something illegal ;-)
I've tried these and find the light output is too low for a kitchen - other half complained bittlerly. Not a replacement - but would be fine if you put three in where there was one originally........
What are these like? Been considering these myself, but wasn't sure how they'd compare to the light ouput of the standard Halogen GU10's.
We have a £65 /month leccy bill, so will be sooner than that, especially with the evre spiralling oil prices.
Just a bigger view of the mount... Oh - and incidentally - they've less featurefull versions (don't tilt) for less too, £28.20 and £15.87