Wireless FM Transmitter -  £11.90 delivered !!! (special price)
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Wireless FM Transmitter - £11.90 delivered !!! (special price)

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Found 11th Oct 2006
Wireless FM Transmitter is just £11.90 delivered from Gizoo.co.uk

Got an email from Gizoo with this offer at a special price of £9.95. Please follow the link opposite as with any other link the price is £12.95 + p&p (standard price).

Description : This FM Transmitter for MP3, iPod and other audio devices is great for listening to your favourite audio devices through your home or car stereo.

Main Features : Links audio devices such as PDAs, MP3, MD, CD players to any car or home stereo without cables or wires | Connects via 3.5mm jack connector (please ensure your audio device has a 3.5mm jack connector) | Transmits on FM channels 107.1MHz - 107.9MHz | Memorises up to 4 FM frequencies | Operating range of less than 8 meters | Includes a mobile power cord for optional battery-free operation | Max Power: 50nW effective radiated power | ROHS Compliant

19 Comments

edi,

there seem to be problem with your link:


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There currently seems to be a problem with your email link. Please email [email protected] or contact customer service on (0845) 345 6770 to report this problem.

I can't get the link working either???

Edi's working on it, give him a wee sec:)

Original Poster

Thanks emma

here we go... had to unearth the hidden link in the email

Perfect now

EDIT : Mr. IC ICT ?

That's pretty much the same as mine, I got mine off eBay for £5.30 inc postage. Greatest thing I ever bought.

These aren't strictly legal yet though. :-(

Original Poster

emmajk42

EDIT : Mr. IC ICT ?



:-D .. one of the funny names I use to steer away from junkies

Original Poster

duckmagicuk2

These aren't strictly legal yet though. :-(



Perfectly legal in 3-4 weeks time :thumbsup:

Edi,

These devices are not legal for use within the U.K. and whilst approval is being sought I do not believe that you are in the position to conclude that approval will have been met in 3-4 weeks from today (11/10/06).

This device works on fixed frequencies. Admittedly there's a selection to choose from but whilst i'm not a fan of eBay they do list these on their site for a lot cheaper than this particular offering from Serif.co.uk / Gizoo.co.uk.

Rgds.

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MacNewbieInTraining

Edi,These devices are not legal for use within the U.K. and whilst … Edi,These devices are not legal for use within the U.K. and whilst approval is being sought I do not believe that you are in the position to conclude that approval will have been met in 3-4 weeks from today (11/10/06).Rgds.



Thanks MacNewbieInTraining

Read in the newspaper few days ago that ofcom has decided to legalise these gadgets in 4 weeks time. Cant remember the source, but I'm very positive about the time scale.

edi

Thanks MacNewbieInTraining :)Read in the newspaper few days ago that … Thanks MacNewbieInTraining :)Read in the newspaper few days ago that ofcom has decided to legalise these gadgets in 4 weeks time. Cant remember the source, but I'm very positive about the time scale.



Hi Edi,

Thank you for your reply. Sincerely hope that you did not think that I was being negative about your posting but I think that visitors to HotUKDeals must not be advised that it's legal to buy and use these devices prior to approval having been officially given (which it has not at this stage even though in 3-4 weeks it's anticipated that permission will have been given).

I hope that the use of these devices will indeed be made legal as they should not interfere with emergency services frequencies and so on as they're such low power devices however I understand that previous applications for approval have indeed failed.

Kind Regards.

Original Poster

MacNewbieInTraining

Hi Edi,Thank you for your reply. Sincerely hope that you did not think … Hi Edi,Thank you for your reply. Sincerely hope that you did not think that I was being negative about your posting but I think that visitors to HotUKDeals must not be advised that it's legal to buy and use these devices prior to approval having been officially given (which it has not at this stage even though in 3-4 weeks it's anticipated that permission will have been given).I hope that the use of these devices will indeed be made legal as they should not interfere with emergency services frequencies and so on as they're such low power devices however I understand that previous applications for approval have indeed failed.Kind Regards.



No worries MacNewbieInTraining :-D. Thinking hard to remeber the source and it is most likely Daily Mail. Checked the Ofcom site and their consultation closes on 5th Nov 2006. So the newspaper story might have been a conclusion based on this date.

computerbuyer.co.uk/?ne…230

Now, Ofcom says it is simply responding to consumer demand, according to Reuters, and changes are a-foot. Draft regulations will be subject to a four-week consultation period, it reports, and if they are approved they should be implemented by early December.

Sorry cold, loads half this price on fleabay and some with lcd displays too:-(

edi

Perfectly legal in 3-4 weeks time :thumbsup:



I used to dj on pirate stations covering the whole of london so i would not worry to much about the DTI tracking you when your broaadcasting about 50 feet :thumbsup:

... in the meantime we are being soooooooooooo naughty :giggle:

nickzadok

Sorry cold, loads half this price on fleabay and some with lcd displays … Sorry cold, loads half this price on fleabay and some with lcd displays too:-(



you Tw*t the original post your replying to is over a year old!

ebay £5 better off deal
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