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SLx Digital TV and Satellite Aerial Signal Detector £8.99 @ Argos C&C
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Makes easy work of aligning your aerial or satellite dish for the best reception. Combined to work with DVB-S (Satellite) & DVB-T (Digital terrestrial) with a simple LED indica… Read more
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I dont know where you get "loads, just a few degrees apart"; other than the Sky cluster, where they have several sats old and new, all beaming the same channels, but at different parts of Europe, I have only ever come across one close pairing that wasnt 2 versions of the same sat system. Of course if you are going out looking for the weird sats and odd channels* that most people have never heard of, then yes, something a bit more pro is needed; But that bit more pro cost a LOT MORE money. *Does Red Hot Dutch still broadcast?? (ninja)


Use this and satelite finder app and set hotbird under 2 minutes (that alltogether with conecting and going on the ladder)


That's the point though isn't it? You have no idea if you are pointing at the actual satellite you want. With loads just a few degrees apart it's still hit and miss. Of course you can use a sat box with a known channel on a known transponder which you can do without this anyway. It could be more useful for DVB-T I guess. If you're doing it regularly a pro unit is a must, semi-regularly I'd go for a cheaper pro unit and if once in a while I'd go for the box method.


Cheap Satellite meters on eBay (UK Stock) for under a Fiver delivered will be just as (in)accurate as this!


Tried it and returned it, would have more luck with my finger in the wind!

One For All SV 9215 Flat Indoor Aerial instore at Tesco for £8
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
The One For All SV9215 amplified flat indoor digital aerial is suitable for digital TV or Freeview signal reception and has an ultra slim design only 4mm thick at its narrowest poi… Read more
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Only 14 miles, good for most but not those trying to get Full Freeview over “Lite” - just a heads up people, heat anyway.


I have one of these. Does the job, no complaints here.


Found this instore at Shoreham Tesco ( holmbush center ) not sure if it's only this store doig the deal . £30 reduced to £8

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Amplified Aerial  one for all £5 at Sainsbury Heaton Park
LocalLocalFound 29th JulFound 29th Jul
Amplified indoor aerial. Gain up-to 44db 4k and ultra HD compatible 4g (mobile) filter. Reduced from £15 to £5 different model also in picture reduced from £20 to £10. Sainsbury'… Read more
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I have the curved one in the picture and it's not that good tbh. Has to be lodged against a window to get a reliable signal.


Turns out there's a code error. Should be £35. Honoured £5 at till after check.

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Amplified indoor aerial £8 instore @ Tesco
LocalLocalFound 20th JulFound 20th Jul
Amplified indoor aerial £8 bargain tesco sthelens about 9 left in stock on shelves
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A bit like buses, you wait ages for an amplified indoor aerial deal to come along.......


One for All Amplified Indoor Aerial, instore £10 @ Sainsburys
LocalLocalFound 20th JulFound 20th Jul
Amplified Aerial for indoors for those that live near a mast. I live about 20miles away and it seems fine.
Philex TV Aerial Extension Kit - 25m Or 15m £2.99 @ Argos
Found 6th JulFound 6th Jul
Kit includes surface socket, y splitter, 2 coaxial connectors, cable clips. 25m and 15m are the same price, obviously 25m is better value but just incase goes OOS it's another op… Read more
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Short runs might be ok. But even with a booster. I'm not getting all the freeview HD channels


picking mine up in morning local store had a couple left


That's what I was worried about.


It will be the cable these cables are crud quality


i've used this cable, and i don't get all the freeview hd channels. whereas i used to when using short factory cables joined in series. problem i have now is i don't know if it's the cabling or the booster :S.

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One For All Hd Aerial Was £29.00 NOW £15.00 Tesco Extra Wellington Road - Slough
LocalLocalFound 30th JunFound 30th Jun
One For All Amplified Indoor Aerial (SV9215) Optimised for reception of Full HD TV and DAB+. Get excellent reception for digital TV and DAB+ radio with this fully adjustable One Fo… Read more

Know just the place to stick my aerial. Reception is not great but seems so much better at the back of the house.


Actually, this model is quite good at picking up channels in fringe areas; I live very close to a transmitter, too close, the signal is awful, so I have a couple of these pointed at the nearest main transmitters, -~25-30 miles away, and get all the channels. Only issue is reliability, I have had several of these die over the years; average lifespan is about 2 years.


If you're in a strong signal area yeah, the TV network was designed for more capable and sensitive aerials (i.e. big outdoor ones) so there are areas where these small ones aren't good enough to pick it a signal.


Oops Sorry! Predictive text. I have a friend called Arial :)


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Philex TV Aerial Extension Kit - 25m - £2.99 in trolley - Argos
Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
£2.99 in trolley




I nearly bit on this deal, but want some new cable for a longer run. The cable is marked up as 3C-2v which is a cheaper make of cable similar to that of RG59 cable according to Wiki. So basically OK for a short run if you've got a good TV signal. Any one looking for a short run of really good cable, Amazon have this as an add on item for £5.49 currently. Webro WF100 10 m Low Loss Digital Satellite Coax Cable with 10 Clips - black, you'll need to add connectors etc.


Thanks, heat added....


If i want freeview tv but dont want yo pay for virgin tv can i connect this to my attic ariel to tv.

DJI mavic Pro 4K Aerial Drone £710  Cleverboxes
Found 21st MayFound 21st May
Cheapest I can find as I’m looking to buy one at the moment Fly more combo is £896
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I guess the platinum is a bit quieter than the Mavic Pro with Platinum props, but only at close quarters could you tell the difference - as soon as you get about 10 metres away of more you could not tell the difference.


From the angle in your avatar, where can we sign up? :)


And a blowjob every day! (devil)


Hi, thanks for the reply. So do you think apart from the flight time being a little bit more, the motors emit the same noise as in the pro, it's just the oscillation from the props? If so, then that makes my mind up, just to get the pro :)


Only go for the combo if - you need more than 1 battery (most will), you want the bag (which is useful) & you can get the combo for about £100-£150 more than the Mavic Pro on it's own; otherwise you can buy these parts easily & personally I don't need 3 batteries, 2 is enough. It's not really worth paying much more for the Platinum because you can buy the platinum props that give you much of the benefit of the platinum. I have a Plainum - it's great, but it's not really any different than the Pro other than the props & slightly different motors (& paint job)

DJI Mavic Pro 4K Aerial Drone Fly More Combo - Platinum at Cleverboxes for £1039
Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
I couldn't find it any cheaper elsewhere.... bought one... but knowing my luck, they will come out with a newer one soon enough at a better price... :-)

its the Fly More combo, extra batteries, props, bag, ect...


What extras does this ship with? There is only one picture of the drone itself.


Ignore the cold votes - they are meaningless. If it was a £50 drone with £10 off, it would probably be voted hot. Many see the Mavic Pro as an old model because there has been so much talk of a Pro 2 coming that everyone is expecting for these to be given away but DJI are smarter than that. If you are a newbie, I would suggest lots of practice in an open space with the drone at least 20 m above anything around you. You will probably have your first "hard landing" when you get over confident. Don't try flying indoors and don't fly around the outside of your house if you have any neighbours. It can **** them off. None of my neighbours even know I have a drone. Practice return to home so that you don't worry about losing the drone.


Thanks Eagerbeaver.. I am a bit of a newbie with drones so any input is greatly appreciated.. still, I don't know why its been voted cold


That's a really good price for the Platinum. I've had both the Pro and the Air and to me, the Pro is by far the better machine. The controller is better on the Pro but the main thing is that the noise from the Air is really intrusive. Even at 50m from passers by, you can see that they are bothered by it whereas the Pro doesn't even get noticed. The Platinum will be even better with this regard. The range on the Pro is better which you may not think is important with the UK flying guidelines but it means you can fly in areas with interference with more control than with the Air. Picture quality was probably about the same, side by side, maybe the Air is slightly improved but there's nothing in it really. Yes there have been rumours that a Pro 2 is around the corner. Clearly DJI have the new model ready and are just looking to time the release for maximum income efficiency but if you keep waiting for the better next model, you end up waiting rather than using your drone. I suspect that a Pro 2 will be about the same RRP as when the Pro was launched so more expensive than the deals available on the Pro at the moment.

Sky Satellites 100 Pack M8 x 80mm Steel Bolt KIt for Mounting Bracket Aerial Sky Dish  + FREE UK delivery £9.99 Amazon - sold by SSL Limited
Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
seems a good price if you install sat dishes,50 bolts and 50 wall plugs which works out at 10 pence each,so as you need 4 of each for a normal sat dish install works out at 80 penc… Read more

Now now, handbags down.. Wiki says bolts are fasteners - ie Refers to the shaft rather than the head, which is the main point of contention here.. I would say the deal is not a bad one especially for 50 screws @ £4.99 .. I have many TVs and wardrobes I want to hang on the walls.


Some people use the word 'of', when they should use the word 'have'. Equally mistaken.


Nothing to do with political correctness at all. Simply identifying the correct tool for the job. Some folk will argue that black is white and won't desist even when the evidence is in front of them. You suggested that Toolstation call them coach bolts, I proved that you were wrong but you still persist.


you defo live in the PC world dont you,as i said some people refer to this type of screw as a bolt because of the size of the thread because most people will use a spanner or socket and ratchet to tighten it,if you cannot get your head around that then i cant help you


Intelligence is slim with this one

FLOPLAST PIPE WHITE 10ft x 21.5mm, many uses, laying cable underground clothes prop, aerial mast etc, £1.49 @ screwfix free c&c.
Found 23rd JanFound 23rd Jan
Plastic overflow pipe, loads of uses, I have cut a groove in one to make a clothes prop, the other I use an an aerial mast for my caravan. Or just use it for it's Intended purpose … Read more
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If you need to run a gas pipe or wiring through a brick wall, line the hole with this first.


Haha - well it's all relative isn't it? If you use PVC in an application where it causes less environmental damage than something else, it's good.


You could presume,


aerial mast? with a 21.5mm plastic pipe which'll barely hold up a pair of pants, you're having a laugh!


Yes it will.. few years ago had some 22mm copper pipe so decided to use two 6 feet pieces as clothes hangers in a small walk in wardrobe. So made up some cement , blocked one end and rammed cement in, it took the weight of the clothes no problem and looked nice after polishing. So the same could be done with an aerial mast made from the pipe, story over. This is the pipe have to use for the drain off from a combi boiler because of the acidic conensate.

TV Wall Mount - 26" to 55" Screen with High speed HDMI, Ethernet Lead, Aerial Lead, Drill bit and fixings - £16.55 @ CPC Farnell
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Easy to install with low profile design, Secures the screen close to the wall, Distance from wall: 23mm, Contents 1.5m High speed HDMI Lead, 1.5m Etherne… Read more



it is a quarter of inch difference hardly a different product all together and the extras are cheap even if required


totally different all together!! the one you bought is 30mm from wall.... the one above is 23mm from wall and comes with extras


This is actually brilliant, finally a proper one box solution, why hasn't anyone done this before!? i have a small sat install business so it's a superb idea to have the convenience of combining an HDMI, ethernet Lead, aerial lead, drill bit and tons of spacers and fixings in one box.The bracket is very flush but the open design makes access to connections easy,, quality is obvious in all components, and for the price!? So yea ,what more can i say, perfect! (y)


5m TV aerial extension kit 75p each at poundworld
LocalLocalFound 14th JanFound 14th Jan
Seems like a great price for 5m of coax cable 4 plugs and a few cable clips. All for only 75p in store in Poundworld. Found in poundworld in Robroyston, Glasgow.

I distribute my Freeview antenna to 2 rooms via an amplifier (1 with PVR, 1 without) and found that with cheap cabling I got a really poor signal. Upgraded to better extensions and the issue was gone. YMMV.


I bought this some time ago for £1 The quality was and probably still is what you would expect for £1 or indeed 75p


Will connectors work with virgin


Digital. Yes I like watching live TV. You're funny though.


Seriously??? You’ve got Netflix and a private media server setup and you still require hardwired, archaic, ancient hardwired coaxial analogue tv input? Hahaha

Sky/TV Aerial cable black 25m roll £1.59 in Screwfix Clearance
Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
Yes, another Screwfix deal, but this seems an utter bargain for anyone wanting to extend their Sky cables. Previously this stuff was quite expensive, but now its £1.59 for a 25m ro… Read more
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One well knowing satellite shop sell same cable for 8£ per 100 meters reel. ( U have just say that U r - trader )


what f connectors do i need? just a standard one..


Not sure if it works with virgin but I would have thought so. Only tool you need is a knife to cut off the plastic coating.

1byone Amplified HDTV Doorbell Aerial Combined with Wireless Door Chime Function was £16.99 now £3.99 (Add on item) @ Amazon
Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
1byone Amplified HDTV Doorbell Aerial Combined with Wireless Door Chime Function was £16.99 now £3.99 (Add on item) @ Amazon ADD On Item FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £2… Read more

back to 16 quid now :-(


Is this for summoning a butler or something?


Just bought a 32" Samsung Smart TV for bedroom and will try this to see if I can get the freeview channels without getting a cable run through with aerial But agree with WaxMechanik up the top there. Weird concoction


Does this have a camera?


I have never had an indoor one work since the 90s I take it it's for "seeing the transmitter from your window" locations?

Nikkai Mobile TV Aerial for Strong Signal Areas Was £6.99 now £3.50 @ Maplin
Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
Nikkai Mobile TV Aerial for Strong Signal Areas Was £6.99 now £3.50 @ Maplin • Ideal replacement omnidirectional aerial for mini-TVs or DVB-T USB stick• Frequency range: 410-512MH… Read more

How can you check if if I'm in a strong signal area? Please


Probably do better with a wire coat hanger!


In a strong signal area you can literally use any piece of wire. I get a piece of TV coax strip it apart and form a basic Dipole antenna. No need for anything else.


Could you recommend something better please? Looking for one at the moment but this is out of stock near me :/


These are not that good. In a strong signal area, and they would not pick up anything.

Meccano Aerial Rescue 20 Model £6.50 instore @ Tesco
LocalLocalFound 15th Dec 2017Found 15th Dec 2017
Amazon priced at £28 must be a mis price! In store
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Which store?

Original DJI Mavic Pro Foldable Obstacle Avoidance Drone FPV RC Quadcopter with 4K Camera OcuSync Live View System £769.23 @ TomTop
Found 27th Nov 2017Found 27th Nov 2017
Features: The DJI Mavic Pro folds down as small as a bottle of water, making it small enough to bring with you everywhere New OcuSync transmission system offers up to 4.3 miles (7… Read more

Why are they even bothering ? Any responsible person will do the test,but the truth is it's not the responsible people who are the worry,it's the people who couldn't care less,and those people won't do the test. And who will go around checking who has done the test or not ? the police certainly haven't got the time,and even if they did,what are they going to do,drive around looking for drones in the sky,yet the owner could be a couple of miles away (as the crow flies/drone)


It's £640 on Banggood with a code if you pay in dollars. Under £700 if you pay in pounds


They'll give you a UK adaptor.


Even if it is simple, it'll cost money. It's just another tax. A safety awareness course is not going to stop idiots being idiots... they probably won't even take the tests!!


It's being reported as a safety "awareness" test so hopefully it might be as simple as an online test but knowing governments like to make a cluster........ out of something simple I very much doubt it.

JVC KW-DB92BT Car Stereo CD MP3 AUX USB DAB FREE DAB Aerial at Eurocarparts for £135.99
Found 25th Nov 2017Found 25th Nov 2017
JVC DAB RADIO DOWN FROM £311.33! USE CODE BLACKFRIDAY for an extra £6.80 off!

Dude this one don't have DAB like ops. Have some heat Mr Mills!!


I stand corrected have a touch of heat :D


Same price new on EBay. Seems like a case of inflated RRP.


Also use code BLACKFRIDAY at checkout for an additional £6.80 off!


Great price for a full spec double din stereo

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