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Bosch GSB 18V Li-ion Professional Compact Combi Drill Set 2 X 3.0Ah Batteries and Accessories  £108 when you C&C @ Travis Perkins
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
With hard case. The Bosch GSB 18V combi drill is equipped with electronic cell protection, protecting the battery against overload, overheating and discharge. The electronic motor … Read more

Great deal, thanks for posting. Just ordered for collection tomorrow. Just a heads up for anyone undecided the 10% off offer ends tonight!


Weird but good to know nothing is actually missing.


The whole package was sealed when I got home the bit holder is missing from the bit set.


Is the screwdriver bit set meant to come with a drill bit holder? Looks like I got the display model and it is missing


Just picked this up, a lot of kit for the money with all he accessories thrown in. Thanks

4TRADE 2 Gang USB Switched Double Socket 2.1A Brushed Steel £8.39 @ Travis Perkins C&C
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
As above £6.99 plus VAT - Appears to be a good price for the brushed steel type. Polished Chrome also available same price.......… Read more
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I’m just saying that’s the proper way to do it, as when you push the socket unit back in, chances are you will loosen the connection easily if it wasn’t tighten properly.


Electricians get so elitist sometimes, and really don't need to 'fully understand electrical installations' to replace a socket, you can start claiming you need to do lots of safety checks for equipotential bonding or some other fluff. Most of the training you get is for installations much greater than home environment. If there is an undetected fault condition exposed from adding a couple of USB chargers to a circuit, who's fault is that? the previous electrician who hasn't done his job correctly? - or we just blame the DIY'er who has just swapped a socket? The certificates you get don't necessarily mean you actually fully understand anything, just that you remember aspects of the training you had. Likewise, someone who has passed his driving test doesn't make them a good driver. We all know electricity can kill you if the dangers are not respected. Then again, so can falling asleep in the bath. If you're stupid enough to work on or touch live wires when changing a socket, or decide to take a bath when you can't keep your eyes open.....then i put that down to natural selection.


Yes I have. Look at my other replies... It's a fast charger which will only charge fast if it's connected to the adaptor, connecting through a direct USB connection takes hours. How is this news, I have no idea. 99% of modern smartphones have fast charging, I'm guessing you're using a 5 year old Galaxy S4 or an iPhone if you need explaining on how it works.


the delivery is a bit steep from here £12


so you've got a usb plug plugged into a socket that has a usb plug :/

Nest-Black-3RD-Generation-Smart-Learning-Thermostat-and-3RD-Generation-Stand £179.28 @ Travis Perkins
Found 31st JulFound 31st Jul
Nest 3rd Gen Thermostat with stand is £179.28 on Travis Perkins

Thanks buddy


The box does have a link that you can then find local installrrs. Mine cost £80 to install.


Hi there. Can anyone comment on getting it installed? Please.


Gen 2 controls hot water as well- mine has been running since 2016 and reduced my gas bill by £250 a year since install (same usage last 2 years roughly) versus 2014-16.


I had the 1st gen and just installed the 3rd gen in my new home. Very little difference. I needed the 3rd gen as it controls hot water for a conventional system. I think 1 and 2 only do combi boilers... Great product and this is a good price.

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Buy two wired/battery-powered Nest Protect Devices for £162.00 @ Travis Perkins
Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Decent price for the wired Nest Protect if you are planning to get two. Works out at £81 each when you use the 10% off voucher (only possible if spending £150 or more exc. VAT). Ca… Read more

Customer services are reporting back as OOS for the wired version with no ETA


Heat from me. I bought one of the BT Shop ones and fitted last night. It's great. Even the wife approved. So need to get another 2, one for the loft which has some wiring I can use, and one for the ground floor, which needs a battery one; and looks like I can get one of each and still do the discount. Thanks, OP!


That’s a great deal for a great product! Luckily I said “usually” (excited)


Well obviously I don't know what future purchasers will get, but I ordered two 3 days ago - they are due to expire in May 2028. So I lost 2 months yes, but not in proportion to the discount! :)


Usually if the price drops it’s because they are old stock, so you don’t get the full 10 years of life. Therefore the price is just a percentage. Two years old stock, pay 80%.

Milwaukee M18BPD 18v Combi Drill, 3 x 3ah Batteries, Charger etc £151.20 @ Travis Perkins
Found 25th JunFound 25th Jun
Was in two minds about posting this as I'm sick of mods pulling my deals down, but it's a really good deal and thought someone would benefit. The batteries and charger are worth tj… Read more
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Gutted oos


Thanks for that. A bit sad I missed it. Good find :)


It was £151, but now it's gone up to £168 so I've expired it (y)


Thanks. How come it's listed as £151


It was £168 inc Vat.

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Bosch GSB 18v Li-ion Professional Compact Combi Drill Set 2 X 3.0Ah Batteries, Case, Charger & Screwdriver Bits £108 @ Travis Perkins Delivered or C&C
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
As above. 10% on click and collect orders only brings this deal down to £108 Delivery also available. Decent price with 2 x 3Ah batteries, drill/screwdriver bits, charger & … Read more
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Nice one thanks ordered heat added!


Depends really on what you paid and battery power, how many batteries ? The model you have mentioned is brushless’ that’s an advantage over the Bosch, but is a drill / driver ( no hammer drill function ) so it’s not a combi drill where as the Bosch is. torques are similar decent from both brands so other then yours not being a combi drill I’d say you’ve bought a decent drill.


I purchased a few days ago a DEWALT DCD777N is this combi drill any better?


No this has brushes.

Hive Active Heating (Heating and Hot Water) Self Install - Free shipping - £150 @ Travis Perkins
Found 29th AprFound 29th Apr
First post! Seems a good deal compared to elsewhere. Free shipping until Monday. Also 3% TCB.
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I've tried it close to the first rad on the system set high, and last rad in the conservatory. Either position overshoots. and then takes a while to drop and it's during this period can feel cool. Apparently Hive does not have TPI which most cheaper thermostats have (apparently stops burning gas as it approaches target temp to see if it temp continues to rise, but the keeps burning small amounts to keep as close to target). There's a massive thread on Hives website relating to this issue


If you're house is feeling cold surely that would suggest you've got the thermostat in the wrong place? Try moving it.


Depends what you have now. If you have the traditional ancient setup of a mechanical room thermostat and a separate time controller, putting control of both time and temperature into a single programmable device has benefits - such as being able to set different temperatures at different times of day. But you can achieve this with a £30 programmable room thermostat. Having it connected to the internet is useful if you go away, so you can switch it off while you're away and have it back on for when you return. I'm not sure if the Hive does this, but the Nest has a feature where it monitors how long it takes your heating to work and also checks the current weather outside and adjusts the time for starting the heating accordingly - i.e. if you want it at 22 degrees for 7am then it might turn the heating on at 6am if it's a particularly cold morning, or 6:30am if it's not.


I managed to get the fully installed option + kit for a total of £151 during a recent eBay 20% promotion. I swithered about self install but with an older Ideal ISAR boiler I thought it worthwhile paying for a professional. Given it took him nearly three hours to install the kit I think that was money well spent - I suspect it would have taken me a lot longer!


I admit I know next to nothing about Hive, but I'm starting to want one. We are running on an oil boiler, can I use it? I take it, it is just a remote (smart) thermostat?

LocalLocalFound 7th AprFound 7th Apr
DeWALT DCM563PB Hedge Trimmer 18v BODY ONLY one of the latest 18v range extension to the popular XR DeWALT system allowing professional performance with the big bonus of using cord… Read more

No, but you could have bagged a battery and charger that did with the £67 left over :)


Dewalt Test



No, will not


does th Does the Makita version fit my Dewalt batteries then?

Nest security cam £150 delivered @ Travis Perkins
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Cheapest I can find. I saw a deal for Amazon but the price has increased there!

Also waiting for a readjustment of the Outdoor IQ price. Great bit of kit but won't pay any more than £299 out of principle. They've inflated the price outside of the US.


When is the lock coming to uk ? Been waiting 3 years now And yes iq outdoor is available but stupid price is the bees knees though just pricey at moment!!! Waiting for one of my hot deal brothers to find it cheap 😜


Where did you get the door bell? It's not available in the UK yet is it?


Correct. New Nest Outdoor Cam IQ coming to UK soon. More expensive but much better.


i can get staff discount on this too but with this I suppose I need another subscription to the cloud recording as I've got the Ring video door bell already setup?

Nest Protect Wired & Battery versions £90 @ Travis perkins
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Nest Protect Wired & Battery versions from Travis Perkins - click & collect
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Yes. The Nest thermo talks to the boiler wirelessly and this talks to the Nest thermo. It’s just a case of detecting carbon monoxide, sending a wireless notification to the thermo, which switches the boiler off. Bear in mind all devices are on the same network at this point.


Hi, these appear to be cheaper on a more recent post Nest Protect (Both battery and wired versions available) at Wolseley for £75.59 (use code WELCOME) Definitely 2nd gen units (according to the description)


Absolutely spot on! Everyone just needs to vote on whether its a good deal for the particular item, there are better places to get views, reviews and opinions. The car example is a perfect one, as somebody who just wants a functional car that gets me from A to B I'd vote pretty much every car deal cold if I thought the same way as the people criticising this deal.


Would you be kind enough to explain how I could disable my combi boiler using Hive Thermostat with Nest Protect if carbon monoxide is detected? Thanks


That all depends on the boiler make, in the case of my Intergas the gas valve is removed to access the heat exchanger cover that’s then removed and cleaned out, also clean out the condenser trap. Once put back together with the sealed cover a reading is taken from the flue at low and high power accessed through the service menu, these reading then prove the boiler is burning correctly and safely with no leaks.

FREE delivery no min spend @ Travis Perkins (Ends midnight)
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Free delivery for TODAY only, save up to £30 - looks like no min spend also, i've checked a big bag of top soil and was free delivery and also checked a £6 item and also free deliv… Read more
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Selco will be the cheapest and also advertising free delivery


Just open a cash account online, the details will be sent to you by email the next day, I've found prices with a cash account to be 10-40% cheaper for materials, but power tools more expensive, sometimes 30% more than if you don't have an account.


Agree the prices are terrible. I have a cash trade card, looks to be around 10% discount for most things. Whenever I go into a branch I always ask for a price without mentioning I have an account, then 'remember' I have one. More often than not the price is cheaper with the former.


Their general prices are terrible, anyone know the discount with a trade account? One of the only places I haven't yet got one.


Give it a try 8)

Dulux Trade Vinyl Silk Paint Magnolia 10L  £44.58 (People who are voting cold give me a link in commments where its cheapter than  this ) + free del @travisperkins
Found 25th FebFound 25th Feb
A top quality washable emulsion based on unique AkzoNobel technology, providing a tough, mid-sheen finish We Deliver 10L Tubs High opacity High coverage Tough, washable finish… Read more
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Dulux Trade paint cannot be compared to their domestic equivalents. Trade paint covers better and retains the colour much longer. I use it all the time as the water based domestic emulsions now require multiple coats to cover and quite often can actually cost as much as using trade and take you 2-3 times longer to complete an equal job.


I only use dulux, crown and Johnstone's for colour. I have never had a problem with dulux. I found 10 litre crown emulsion a lot thinner paint than their 5 or 6 litre tubs. Johnstone's China clay needed 4 coats to cover white and magnolia walls. Dulux gentle fawn just used at the weekend needed 3 coats to cover white walls. I don't overload the roller like decorators do and my last coat was done extremely fast to avoid any roller overlap. Perfect finish but dulux on the colours I have used easily beats Johnstone's. I have never used any trade paint so not sure what the difference is but assume less coats are needed.


And I suppose full stop Mercedes or BMW or some other 1 car in ur view is the best car full stop. and iPhone or samsung is the best phone there's no such thing as 1 best one ok maybe dulux is better than johnstones but. What is so much better about it. Does it never need to be painted again. Or does it just need 1 coat vs every other paint needs 2 or 3 coats. I mean there's no real way to compare paints other than if you use it and then u can decide for yourself. Do u need use half as much as everyother brand does it paint itself. They certainly make some really poor paint and paint pods so it's not really dulux is the best full stop is it.


Dulux is the best paint full stop. Must be cowboys where you live as leyland paint is awful and johnstones is not on par with dulux. Dulux will give you better coverage and finish compared to any other paint. buy cheap and you get crap.


Contract version won't be comparible

1800 x 600 Curved Radiator £98.39 at Travis Perkins
Found 19th FebFound 19th Feb
Been looking for one for days cheapest I can find for this siz 5 year garuntee straight version also available but cheaper at 95.99 free delivery offer available until the 28th Feb

Heat added .. is what I would say when I install these. Sorry I will go now.


BTU output is fairly low for such a size. 2010 BTU/h


Buy white not chrome. White pushes the heat out more, chrome retains


Everybody is different I'd rather pay more money for Stainless Steel and I did as I'd already bought a Chrome one without realising it would rust and the Plumber advised buying a SS one so I did. I was only putting it out there as many people don't realise they rust.


I can afford to when stainless steel ones this size are £500 if you know where there £200 I'd appreciate the link

Knauf Earthwool Loft Roll 44 Combi Cut 170mm - 4.90m²/Roll £11.94 @ Travis perkins
Found 29th Oct 2017Found 29th Oct 2017
Knauf Earthwool Loft Roll 44 Combi Cut 170mm - 4.90m²/Roll Also Knauf Earthwool Loft Roll 44 Combi Cut 100mm - 8.30m²/Roll priced at £11.94 Delivery is FREE on all orders from … Read more
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Thank you. Ordered just in time. :D


Yes, you should leave a gap. But it all depends on how much insulation you are using and how much headroom you want above the boards. A quick google located this comment: "The point of the gap is to remove moist air. How much you have depends on how humid your house is and how well sealed your ceiling is, so not all houses will suffer this, but water vapour moves through the plasterboard ceiling, even if there are no gaps, and will cool as it passes through the insulation. So there's a risk that it will condense on the underside of the boards, causing damp and mould, which is why the BBA and BRE insists on the air gap. It's particularly bad in the winter, when the loft is cold. I've seen plenty of cases of boards getting so sodden that both them and the insulation have to be thrown away, and where fungus/water stains the ceiling and leaks down into the room below. "


You're not thinking of water tanks in the loft are you? you're not supposed to lag under those I think. I can't see why there's a problem covering the top of the insulation with boards but I could be wrong.


Are you not suppose to leave an air gap between the top of insulation & bottom of the loft board when installing loft legs? That pic on Toolstation looks like it packed to the hilt with insulation with no breathing space for air to circulate.


I have used Loft Flooring Legs in my loft to raise the floor by 175mm FROM TOOLSTATION. A low cost lightweight option.

Free Delivery until Oct 31st
Found 25th Oct 2017Found 25th Oct 2017
Free delivery on all orders until October 31st
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As I said I hope anyone that orders has a trouble free experience, it was just to make aware the apalling CS (as I have had & according to trustpilot I am not alone) should things not go smoothly. I also agree that the likes of wickes (who incidentally are owned by TP) charge to much for delivery.


Compared to the likes of Wickes who charge according to weight I still think this is a great deal.


I have used them for my garden project and they were great.


I do not wish to be negative about your post but my experience with TP is not good. I ordered from them the last time they offered free delivery only to discover later that it is usually free delivery on orders over £50+VAT anyway. I also wish I had seen this before ordering from them. If you do order I hope it goes smoothly because if it does not you might be pulling your hair out.

Hive thermostat £150 Travis Perkins
Found 4th Oct 2017Found 4th Oct 2017
Am after a hive system I think this is a good deal?

Is this the same as the AO deal, but £30 cheaper?


V2 is the latest as far as I know


Is this v2 or v3


i think they are all gone..


Received and fitted easy to do it yourself

Free delivery this week from Travis Perkins
Found 25th Sep 2017Found 25th Sep 2017
Travis are offering free delivery on everything until Sunday. We just ordered a load of slabs for our new patio (Travis have 15% off on these too) that would of cost us £30 to get … Read more
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Ordered some insulation the other day, estimated delivery was October 17th online but I got a call the next day saying they could deliver it as soon as Monday. Happy days. Also if you do your research there are certain things that TP stock that work out much cheaper than your local Shed, especially if there are offers on. On the flip side however some things from TP are extortionately priced so be careful.


I got a message saying my fence panel isn't in stock yet. Any idea if the free postage will be honoured when it's delivered after Sunday?


Just been local, £190 dearer than getting it delivered from TP for a pallet of calibrated flags


Most local builders merchants will offer free delivery on orders around £100 and up (ours certainly does). They will also normally be MUCH cheaper than Travis (or B&Q, Wickes, etc). Give the smaller guys a chance.


Sure delivery charges are at the discretion of the manager in each branch, our local TP and Jewson both deliver for free

Rolawn Medallion Turf - £2.85 per m2 at Travis Perkins - Free Del over 85m2
Found 1st Sep 2017Found 1st Sep 2017
Previous post was expired so the new post as it is still available. Next cheapest is at £ 2.85 at plus £ 45 del I needed 70 m2 but ordered 86 to avail free… Read more
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Might be a silly question but why not? Apart from getting wet while doing it.


the problem with this is that its a 3 week lead time and you cannot predit the weather 3 weeks in advance. wouldnt want to be laying this in the rain.


There are number of other brands and types of turfs depending on use. For an average household use I would prefer Rolawn or Jubilee from turfonline. 'Rolawn' is one of the old British turf suppliers normally £4+ per metre.


I'm just about to move into a new house and I need to turf the garden. Is this a good price to pay for turf and what makes this better than other turf? I haven't a clue about turf or gardening.


Yeah and I bet the price per sq metre was really high too.