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15000 mAh Power Bank, Puridea S3 Series Dual USB Portable Charger External Battery Backup Pack £12.99 (Prime) / £16.98 (non Prime) Sold by Coooss and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Normally listed as £15.99 this one seems to be £12.99 don't know how long this offer is for but seems good price to me.
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Niz8 h, 41 m ago

no worries, just that it triggered off my Nokia alert


More precise Nokia 3310 alert
divy1025 m ago

I've no clue, it just selected it self.



no worries, just that it triggered off my Nokia alert
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Niz12 h, 31 m ago

whats with all the tags?


I've no clue, it just selected it self.
Gollywood14 m ago

I bought the 10000mAh version in Dec for £9.99Used 3 times & very …I bought the 10000mAh version in Dec for £9.99Used 3 times & very efficient


I got the 6600mah one a couple of years ago, and I'd have to agree with you - these are nice pieces of kit. I've got a few things by this brand, and they've lasted well.
whats with all the tags?
Tesco Rhubarb Pie (522g) / Cherry Pie (522g) / Apple Pie ( ONLY £1.10
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Tesco Rhubarb Pie (522g) ONLY £1.10 Ingredients Rhubarb Filling (50%), Wheat Flour ( Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Palm Oil, Caster… Read more
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Enjoy your Palm oil Goodness! Tesco Please stop putting in all these nasties in your food and I will buy again your stuff, Until that... I will stick to aldi/lidl and bake my own pies.
arch681 h, 39 m ago

I could have sworn I bought a cherry pie for 75p as part of my twin peak …I could have sworn I bought a cherry pie for 75p as part of my twin peak finale feast



Yeah same, I think they were on sale for a while.
zx636r4 h, 41 m ago

I don't know if you were aware, but this is the standard price. Actually, …I don't know if you were aware, but this is the standard price. Actually, they only used to be a quid and have now gone up 10%.


Yep, I can confirm that. Sometimes the price used to drop down from £1 to 75p and I'd buy a few to freeze. Decent pies btw.
I could have sworn I bought a cherry pie for 75p as part of my twin peak finale feast
I don't understand why this deal is getting any heat when it's recently gone UP to this price from £1!
Oral-B Genius 9000 £59.99 after 30% for new account @ Ocado
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Oral-B Genius 9000 Black Electric Toothbrush £84.99, however if new to Ocado there’s a 30% discount so it drops to £59.99 (it’s 50p off being 30% but not going to quibble!) Stil… Read more
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A shame it’s gone back up, I will expire. Just realised I should’ve got the 8 pack of heads too, usually £32.99, now £21.99 and with 30% off would’ve been £15.39!
back up to 280
Awesome, works a treat.
rejji8420 m ago

You can only order it after the 4th Dec.Too late to order now. Gone back …You can only order it after the 4th Dec.Too late to order now. Gone back up to £240!!! Superdrug have it for £84.95 or Amazon for £84.99


Try adding couple times. It just worked for me, 5 mins back from now.
You can only order it after the 4th Dec.
Too late to order now. Gone back up to £240!!! Superdrug have it for £84.95 or Amazon for £84.99
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Blackberry PRIV 32GB simfree smartphone £199.99 @ currys
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For those who can get it cheapar through currys (discounts / giftcards / cashback / etc) than carphone warehouse! Enjoy:)
Bought plenty of dud old tech when greatly reduced in price. There is usually a good reason why it's cheap. Once the novelty wears off i've usually regretted it. I know better now but yes, i bought a Virgin Lobster phone. Would have bought a Playbook too if i hadn't missed the boat.
7percent19 h, 7 m ago

Seems to be £20 cheaper on eglobalstore.

£20 cheaper but no legitimate warranty and you have to pay to send it to Hong Kong if it arrives with any faults. Doesn't seem like it's worth the £20 saving to me.
OB12 h, 14 m ago

Are they at least releasing security updates?

Looks like they are still updating security last one appears to be September, how long that will be for though...?
stkrup1 h, 8 m ago

dont buy it, no new android ever gonna be available, bootloader is locked …dont buy it, no new android ever gonna be available, bootloader is locked so you wont be able to put anything new

Are they at least releasing security updates?
stkrup54 m ago

dont buy it, no new android ever gonna be available, bootloader is locked …dont buy it, no new android ever gonna be available, bootloader is locked so you wont be able to put anything new


Yeah I agree with this, as a long time blackberry fanboy it saddens me to admit the support for this device is pretty poor, not even Nougat. Left Bb10 for the promise of Android updates, wish I hadn't bothered.
PRIV by Blackberry Android phone sim free @ CPW £199.99
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Not the newest android but still good specs, 5.4" Quad HD AMOLED curved display, unique Blackberry slide-out keyboard, BB Hub, BB Security etc. Don't forget about £20 TCB/Quidco c… Read more
I did try one of these when it first came out and really liked the look and feel of the phone but got tempted by moto Z for the fingerprint log in, but the Moto suffers with a ridiculously inadequate battery life even after purchasing a battery add on mod, so I'm very tempted by this again but worried by the mentioned possibility of losing wattsapp.
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ricardasgudkovas3 h, 53 m ago

Google search gives me 186 price in venture shop..Plus 5 off by email …Google search gives me 186 price in venture shop..Plus 5 off by email sign..So 181..Try look google for cheaper


Effective costs after Quidco cashback and Black Friday bonus are £187.49, from UK Retailer with UK Warranty, proper UK charger and 4G band 20 avallable.
If you want to miss all these benefits you can buy from Chinese retailer or ebay for a couple of ££ cheaper
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Google search gives me 186 price in venture shop..Plus 5 off by email sign..So 181..Try look google for cheaper
konicky8th Nov

Planned obsolescence is an internet myth and has been proven to be …Planned obsolescence is an internet myth and has been proven to be completely untrue by recent testing. I would link the article but can't be bothered to hunt it down.


I can't be bothered to see any more of your comments, you might say something sensible one day but it's a risk I'm willing to take
You'd have to be careful with this phone as the outer camera lens is made from plastic and scratches easily. Watch Jerry Rig Everything video
BlackBerry KEYone BLACK (4GB RAM model) £382.06 @ GearBest
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I've not seen this phone at this price before - the lower 'standard' model (3GB RAM) I've seen here down to just shy of £400. The standard model has silver edges. This does appear… Read more
rogparki2 h, 38 m ago

If that's your belief or experience ,then well done you . Its not what …If that's your belief or experience ,then well done you . Its not what I read on here on a daily basis - or on revue sites . Even the supporters of buying from China to save 10% to 20% admit its a risk ,but one they can "afford to take" - each to his own I guess, but less experienced buyers should look beyond the price saving and decide whether they can afford to lose the lot when it all goes pear shaped .


The last thing I bought from them was my LG G6. The Asian version with 64gb rom and quad DAC. It cost £392 when the UK 32gb, no DAC version cost £500. So in that case 20% turned out to be £100 of a difference, for a hell of a better phone.
jonathangarner20142 h, 28 m ago

Blackberry phones were dead about 2 years ago. To pay nearly £400 for one …Blackberry phones were dead about 2 years ago. To pay nearly £400 for one in 2017 is stupid.



Dear, dear, dear. Yet another "authority" on phones.
wakkaday2 h, 52 m ago

come from touch keyboard is there any advantage of this?i really wouldnt …come from touch keyboard is there any advantage of this?i really wouldnt mind a keyboard if it meant faster typing

It's definitely slower unless you are a hardcore BB fanatic. Check the review I've posted above, the guy literally hates that keyboard.
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jonathangarner20141 h, 10 m ago

Blackberry phones were dead about 2 years ago. To pay nearly £400 for one …Blackberry phones were dead about 2 years ago. To pay nearly £400 for one in 2017 is stupid.


This isn't quite the same as what you're expecting, it's not an old style Blackberry nor is it evolved from one (no longer running their proprietary OS).
It's made by TCL now - I was happy to hear this as BB weren't building things well. It's a proper Android phone with high frequency (low lead time) OS updates for patching, etc. and also has some of their security software onboard (some researchers equate many modern releases of Android as being about as secure as Windows 98SE was when it was a current release). They've done a rather good job of balancing battery size, usage (only a moderately powerful processor, restraint in screen size, etc.) and the long term usage reviews are quite good, a few reviewers are using it as their daily carry now.
It would mainly appeal for keyboard users and security aspects; that's one aspect that endears it to corporate buyers. AFAIK the 4gig memory bump (up from 3gig) improves responsiveness at the edges of usage when you have a lot open, it's an appreciable difference from those who have reviewed it.
Were I in the market for a new phone - this would be a my go-to choice (even though I had a lot of trouble with my Q10). That this isn't built by BB themselves - that's a bonus for me.
Blackberry phones were dead about 2 years ago. To pay nearly £400 for one in 2017 is stupid.
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Oral-B Genius 9000 3D White Electric Toothbrush Rechargeable Powered by Braun £138.99 @ Amazon
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Genius, the best toothbrush from Oral-B, the No. 1 dentist recommended brand worldwide Up to 100% more plaque removal: Round head cleans better for healthier gums 100% brushing c… Read more
Amazon have it on offer for £89.99 now
There is the His & Hers is on Amazon.de DOD for €164.72 delivered appx £146 using a fee free card. For less than £75 a brush, thats not bad especially compared to the laughable £449 Amazon Uk wants.
Master.G2 h, 11 m ago

You wouldn't want a USB cable in your mouth. How else are you going to …You wouldn't want a USB cable in your mouth. How else are you going to connect to your smart phone app?


Firstly you don’t have to connect the usb cable whilst you are brushing.

Secondly bluetooth on a phone is a function is more like a show off rather than to meet the needs of a consumer.

Having said all these, happy to buy these for £50 because the higher premium is only because of the bluetooth which will 90% of the times give an inaccurate data. An app cannot know how well I am brushing me teeth.
rhinopaul2 h, 33 m ago

Get the his and hers 9900 for £449, you know you want it really.

Great advice. On my Santa list.
fukd2 h, 38 m ago

This is a bargain! RRP is £280

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Blackberry DTEK60 32GB, Unlocked A (Like New) with 2 years warranty at CEX for £260
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A - Mint : Working product in mint cosmetic condition with all accessories. Everything CeX sells comes with a 24 month warranty.
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TehJumpingJawa4 h, 0 m ago

A grade should come in original box too.


it does not should.
A grade should come in original box too.
jasee1 h, 36 m ago

They`ve only got 7, apparently

How many do you want?
They`ve only got 7, apparently
Free life saving app (Android, iOS or Blackberry) from St Johns Ambulance
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I posted this a while ago, it has appeared since but not for a while so thought it was time it was advertised again. It's a really useful app and may save someones life one day! Th… Read more
Fantastic application Thanks .....
The Johnies prescribe mint tictacs for broken bones, polos for heart attacks, extra strong mints used for anything more serious, according to the Little Britain.
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No, but if someone treats you correctly and saves your life with CPR (will …No, but if someone treats you correctly and saves your life with CPR (will almost certainly break a couple of ribs doing compressions....80% chance) then you can sue them! or at least that used to be the case when I did Red Cross (years ago) - insurance was a must!




Completely untrue and dangerous misinformation. Never been the case either, just an urban legend. No one has ever been sue'd for providing CPR in the UK, they are protected by the "good Samaritan's law". CPR can break ribs but normally doesn't - its hard work though (remember the Nelly the elephant song as tempo and you wont go far wrong). Alot of public places now have automatic defibs. (AED) - these are much much better and always worth seeking out if at all possible they really save lives.
Priceless deal! Heat
Thanks for sharing.
Blackberry Keyone now only £433.85 at Amazon (sold and dispatched by Amazon)
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If you're an iPhone or Samsung fan boy this deal probably isn’t for you. If however you’re someone who uses their phone for mainly productivity, getting work done on the go, se… Read more
OrribleHarry1 h, 30 m ago

Actually BES12 is the most secure business implementation, hence why …Actually BES12 is the most secure business implementation, hence why global organisations use them.


Maybe in your company but Dtek50's are what's used in secure establishments.
OrribleHarry1 h, 19 m ago

Actually BES12 is the most secure business implementation, hence why …Actually BES12 is the most secure business implementation, hence why global organisations use them.

Sorry but hose days are long gone my organisation and most companies I deal with now use isheeps
monkey199926 m ago

Not now they use android


Actually BES12 is the most secure business implementation, hence why global organisations use them.
OrribleHarry22nd Sep

Still the most secure phone you can buy.

Not now they use android
Nearly time to replace my much loved blackberry Priv android phone.

What are the differences for those who have used both phones?
BlackBerry Priv 32GB 4G LTE SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Black £192 with code BUY599 eglobalcentral
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Android 5.1.1 Lollipop - DTEK Enhanced Privacy Protection - GSM / 4G LTE Capable - Rear 18MP Camera + 2MP Front Camera - Optical Stabilization + Dual Tone Flash - 1.8 GHz Snap… Read more
Blackberry (RIM) should just be left to die now rather than dragging it on and prolonging its misery.

I hated my Blackberry torch and that tablet thing they made.
The fact they are still persisting with keyboards in 2017 is ridiculous.
pimpchez10 h, 46 m ago

Who put a penny in the ****head ? Takes 2 seconds to research....Mine runs …Who put a penny in the ****head ? Takes 2 seconds to research....Mine runs 6.0.1 with monthly security updates. It has been a very good phone and really stable.

It comes on Android 5.1.1 out of the box and can update to android 6. Still not worth £200.
CampGareth3 m ago

There's an "add info" button, used it to add information about the android …There's an "add info" button, used it to add information about the android 6.0.1 update.


Good plan.
BristolBillyBob4 m ago

No need for names, is there? It states Android 5.1.1 Lollipop in the post, …No need for names, is there? It states Android 5.1.1 Lollipop in the post, and on the face of it, there's no cause to disbelieve it.


There's an "add info" button, used it to add information about the android 6.0.1 update.
pimpchez2 h, 53 m ago

Who put a penny in the ****head ? Takes 2 seconds to research....Mine runs …Who put a penny in the ****head ? Takes 2 seconds to research....Mine runs 6.0.1 with monthly security updates. It has been a very good phone and really stable.


No need for names, is there? It states Android 5.1.1 Lollipop in the post, and on the face of it, there's no cause to disbelieve it.
Blackberry Keyone Black (4GB/64GB) with 24 months 3GB data, unlimited calls/texts £698 @ mobiles.co.uk
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I've been looking out for a Blackberry Keyone Black edition to replace my Priv and stumbled across this deal. Normally the phone costs £550 but mobiles.co.uk are charging £50 upfro… Read more
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I miss my BB Bold.
received yesterday and love it
It's a good deal if you want this now anyway
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retrend37 m ago

It's a lot of money for any phone, never mind a mid range China blackberry …It's a lot of money for any phone, never mind a mid range China blackberry Android clone thingy. £300 of phone hardware tops.


I agree that it's a lot of money and that money isn't going on the CPU, RAM, eMMC. The costly hardware features are the cameras, the case, the custom LCD, that keyboard's probably super expensive since no-one else does capacitive touch-sensitive keys.

Where's the rest of your money going? Quality control is my bet. The fit and finish on my Keyone is absolutely perfect with no odd gaps or creaks. Software's another bet, Blackberry's a small house these days so creating their own productivity apps, phone designs etc (there are two different manufacturers with the exact same phone design, so it has to be Blackberry behind it) for phones that ultimately ship in small numbers will be expensive.

Still, if you're just looking at the specs you should look elsewhere as you're missing the point. It's like saying why own a laptop when desktop computers have better specs for the money. You'd be right, but there are things a laptop's better for like portability so if you need those things you would never ever consider a desktop.
It's a lot of money for any phone, never mind a mid range China blackberry Android clone thingy. £300 of phone hardware tops.
Blackberry Dtek 50 Grey 16gb for £189.99 at Carphone Warehouse
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Blackberry Dtek 50 Grey 16gb for £189.99 at Carphone Warehouse
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Ralph88810 h, 8 m ago

Let's hope the Keyone also gets a great discount soon.


Yes indeed, the 4GB/64GB black edition model will be coming soon. I can't wait for that to be available as a replacement for my Priv.
Cold. Alcatel idol 4 has very similar specs for his and has created header and has been cheaper
Let's hope the Keyone also gets a great discount soon.
BlackBerry DTEK 60 - £350 at carphonewarehouse
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First posting. Good price I think. Amazon cost £375 Selfridges cost £475 plus delivery (free collection)
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plewis003 h, 17 m ago

I'm confused. What are you saying? The DTEK50 and 60 are made by …I'm confused. What are you saying? The DTEK50 and 60 are made by Alcatel/TCL, they're basically the Idol 4 and Idol 4S. The KeyONE was engineered by BlackBerry but built by TCL.


The dtek50 and 60 were made for BBRY by TCL - your legal relation is with BBRY.

The Keyone was made by TCL (using a leftover BBRY design) for TCL (trading as Blackberry mobile) - your legal relationship is with TCL.


The keyone will get OS updates because TCL is actively trying to sell phones and grown a mobile business.

The Dtek50 and 60 will not get OS updates because BBRY has left hardware and there is no benefit to them to provide updates, they are orphan phones.

I think the confusion comes from the fact that TCL as well as being the current licencee for most of the world was also the ODM who built the last few for Blackberry themselves.
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Alansmithee40 m ago

Sadly its not the same - the DTEK50 and 60 are orphans left over from BBRY …Sadly its not the same - the DTEK50 and 60 are orphans left over from BBRY were still in hardware and sold their own phones. Now that they are simply licensing out the IP, the chances of OS (rather than security) updates on either are near zero.


I'm confused. What are you saying? The DTEK50 and 60 are made by Alcatel/TCL, they're basically the Idol 4 and Idol 4S. The KeyONE was engineered by BlackBerry but built by TCL.
plewis0018 h, 7 m ago

Why are you telling me this as if we don't all already know? It's still …Why are you telling me this as if we don't all already know? It's still engineered and designed by them and doesn't change the fact. As something branded BlackBerry it should be treated the same as any other no matter who actually built it.


Sadly its not the same - the DTEK50 and 60 are orphans left over from BBRY were still in hardware and sold their own phones. Now that they are simply licensing out the IP, the chances of OS (rather than security) updates on either are near zero.
Alansmithee55 m ago

Your Keyone isn't made by Blackberry - it's made by TCL who licensed the …Your Keyone isn't made by Blackberry - it's made by TCL who licensed the IP for the west when Blackberry exited hardware. I wouldn't use the update schedule for that as a guide for how the Dtek50 and 60 will be updated. (TCL were the ones who made the dtek50 and dtek 60 as contractors before they took over the IP).


Why are you telling me this as if we don't all already know? It's still engineered and designed by them and doesn't change the fact. As something branded BlackBerry it should be treated the same as any other no matter who actually built it.
plewis009th Aug

One of the things BlackBerry is good at is quick updates and also …One of the things BlackBerry is good at is quick updates and also supporting older devices too. My KeyONE is at Android patch level 5th July 2017, which I think is pretty good as it is the latest one. It's on 7.1.1 still but that's not a problem.


Your Keyone isn't made by Blackberry - it's made by TCL who licensed the IP for the west when Blackberry exited hardware. I wouldn't use the update schedule for that as a guide for how the Dtek50 and 60 will be updated.

(TCL were the ones who made the dtek50 and dtek 60 as contractors before they took over the IP).
Blackberry KEYone Smartphone, Android, 4.5", SIM Free, 32GB, Black £449 @ John lewis
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Smart design and smart features, BlackBerry’s KEYone provides you with the tools you need to communicate however you want. It’s fitted with a 12MP main camera for detailed snaps, a… Read more
nublets2k30th Jul

Don't worry, the screen isn't attached to the keyboard on this either. …Don't worry, the screen isn't attached to the keyboard on this either. [Image]


I came here to see if this had cropped up yet. My screen fell off on Monday. In Rome airport. An hour before boarding. With my boarding pass on it...

This is a major epidemic, TCL 'forgot' to put glue on it, it was only a press fit. So all the idiots, like me, who bought it at launch and first batch will have their screens fall out at some point, apparently I went quite long
Cameron5836 h, 5 m ago

I have indeed used one - and sent it back for the formentioned problems. …I have indeed used one - and sent it back for the formentioned problems. It was noticeably slower than my S7, which I paid a similar price for, and roughly the same battery life, which while decent, isn't great considering the larger battery, the supposedly more power efficient processor and lower res screen.

I guess experiences must differ then. At least Android offers you choice. Personally I think the KeyONE is a really nice device, not discernibly slower than my old S7 or Huawei P9 and with FAR better battery life. I can use it all day at work and get home with 70% battery, which is far from true of every other device I’ve used in recent years (aside from the Lenovo P2).

I suspect your device was faulty, but can understand why you might not want to buy another. I don’t think an upgraded Snapdragon processor which isn’t even released yet would have fixed your issues, that’s for sure.
misterleoni12 h, 29 m ago

Battery life is phenomenal on the KeyONE. Do you have one to criticise it …Battery life is phenomenal on the KeyONE. Do you have one to criticise it from personal experience? Personally I'm not a fan of AMOLED screens so it's always nice to find a device without one. As for waiting for the 660 or whatever, that would just be daft. There is absolutely nothing wrong with the performance of the KeyONE.



I have indeed used one - and sent it back for the formentioned problems. It was noticeably slower than my S7, which I paid a similar price for, and roughly the same battery life, which while decent, isn't great considering the larger battery, the supposedly more power efficient processor and lower res screen.
Battery life is phenomenal on the KeyONE. Do you have one to criticise it from personal experience? Personally I'm not a fan of AMOLED screens so it's always nice to find a device without one.

As for waiting for the 660 or whatever, that would just be daft. There is absolutely nothing wrong with the performance of the KeyONE.
Cameron58323rd Aug

But the KeyOne doesn't even have that great battery life. Ordinarily I'd …But the KeyOne doesn't even have that great battery life. Ordinarily I'd agree, but as someone who doesn't game, but has multiple email accounts syncing all the time and watches a fair bit of content, I notice a slow down with the SD 810. Getting the balance is more important, so really blackberry should have waited for the 660 - it is, from what I remember, an 810 built on a more efficient process (14nm was it?)Plus, the 835 is built on a 10nm process. I bet if you gave it a 1080p screen, stock android and a big battery, it'd go for days, just like the 625. What I'd change about the KeyOne:AMOLEDSD660OIS (to help combat the inferior image processing)To summarise:I said that for the price, the 625 isn't enough. I never said I'd have an 835 in it. There are a couple of (key) changes I'd make (pun intended).

misterleoni31st Jul

I'd rather have the 625 in this than a Snapdragon 835: the selling point …I'd rather have the 625 in this than a Snapdragon 835: the selling point of the 625 over the 835 is its INCREDIBLE battery life. This phone just keeps going, where an 835 simply doesn't have the same power sipping capabilities and is more about raw power. Think of this phone as a productivity tool rather than a gaming tool and for all but games and intensive rendering you won't see any difference anyway. Are you really going to use this phone for gaming and multimedia with such a small screen, where half of it is taken up with a hardware keyboard? I think you're assessing this phone entirely wrongly - it would be like complaining that your ultra book doesn't have a desktop class i7 and an NVIDIA GTX 1080 in it, even though that would make the battery last 13 minutes. This phone is for endurance, emails and general corporate functionality. Think of it that way and the CPU makes sense. On the other hand I do think this price is a little steep, but a close relative of mine has one and it does feel lovely in the hand. It's not for me as I simply don't like these sort of hardware keyboards but if they're the sort of thing you're into then you can't really go wrong with this.


But the KeyOne doesn't even have that great battery life. Ordinarily I'd agree, but as someone who doesn't game, but has multiple email accounts syncing all the time and watches a fair bit of content, I notice a slow down with the SD 810.

Getting the balance is more important, so really blackberry should have waited for the 660 - it is, from what I remember, an 810 built on a more efficient process (14nm was it?)

Plus, the 835 is built on a 10nm process. I bet if you gave it a 1080p screen, stock android and a big battery, it'd go for days, just like the 625.

What I'd change about the KeyOne:

AMOLED
SD660
OIS (to help combat the inferior image processing)

To summarise:

I said that for the price, the 625 isn't enough.
I never said I'd have an 835 in it.
There are a couple of (key) changes I'd make (pun intended).
Oral-B Genuis 9000 Electric Toothbrush £99.99 @ Amazon
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Saw this deal as I’ve been watching it in my Amazon basket for a few days, it was priced at £140 the other day. It has been this low before, and although pricey it is one of the on… Read more
Yeah 50% off a great deal but can't see any obvious link to discount as a new customer?..
Link to the 50% off?
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I bought this on Thursday via SuperDrug, registered as a new customer online and got 50% off my first order. I couldn't justify £99.99 however
plebbygiraffe7 m ago

This brush handle has the mode displayed on the brush, so no need for the …This brush handle has the mode displayed on the brush, so no need for the display for that functionality.So really all you're left with is the quadrant display and the timer.I don't own this brush, so I can't vouch that it does so, but given all the other Oral B brush handles do I can only assume this does as well, it pulsates when you should switch quadrant and further when your 2 minutes are up.I paid attention to my display for about 3 days and now it's just a clock.The app has much more detailed information as well.Fully agree on the battery front though. Though they are finally now introducing Li-Ion batteries in new models across the price spectrum.

I appreciate what ur saying but my point was to expect you to use ur phone if u use smart guide but still pay the cost is a bit naughty.
Philips Series 9000 Wet and Dry Men's Electric Shaver S9711/31 £199.99 @ Amazon
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Expensive thing that's usually more expensive
polly69

Pack of 10 Bics £1.cold


You should have accounted for 1000 x pack of bic plus 1000 plasters plus anticeptive plus shaving gel in your calculation. Over 3 years this will work out much cheaper, more environmentally friendly, oh and you will have much better shaves, and feel better for it
sparc14th Jul

Whats a good electric shaver to get then? I've never tried one and hate …Whats a good electric shaver to get then? I've never tried one and hate using the disposable ones.

I had used different coolskin philishave shavers for over ten years until I tried the latest 7000 series. Not a good shaver at all. I replaced it for a Braun Series 9 and think it's superb. A closer shave and more comfortable to use. Braun also currently have a money back deal if unsatisfied.
Whats a good electric shaver to get then? I've never tried one and hate using the disposable ones.
Pack of 10 Bics £1.

cold
Posted one of these ages ago for £40 reduced to clear at a local Boots iirc.

CRA P, the previous model was the 10 series which were superb they then changed the heads to these before updating to th 9000 series.

SAVE YOUR MONEY, you would be better off using sellotape
Oral B Genius 9000 Black Electric Toothbrush for £140 @ superdrug
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Found 4th Jul 2017Found 4th Jul 2017
Oral B Genius 9000 Black Electric Toothbrush for £140 Product Specification Size (0) Unit (EA) Height (25.3) Width (10.2) Depth (23.5) Product code: 706656
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I'm staying with my diesel brush, I heard the electric batteries are very pricey to replace.
Got this for £89 last week, best electric toothbrush I have owned.
must be one of the worst prices I have ever seen for a toothbrush
Has been on Amazon for about £90 a few times. Its still expensive when you can pick up a 7500 for about £60
£125.99 on Amazon (£119.99 in white) - but even that's no deal.
9000 BTU Wall Mounted Split Air Conditioner £460.98 Collection + £9 Quidco @ Appliances Direct (5 Year Warranty)
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Found 22nd Jun 2017Found 22nd Jun 2017
Probably a bit too late for the heatwave but still worth purchasing (efficient heating for winter also). I went for 2x of the dual "easy fit" units for 4 rooms so needed an engine… Read more
montana7811 h, 39 m ago

Can one of these be fitted in the hallway to keep the whole house cold?


Depends on the size of your house and if it is a bungalow ........

Cold air sinks so having one of these downstairs would not cool the upstairs and these generally are good for a single average sized room.
Can one of these be fitted in the hallway to keep the whole house cold?
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ibzman

Yes that is in the blurb but if you read the faq it states23/08/2015 … Yes that is in the blurb but if you read the faq it states23/08/2015 Dobby: Does the kit include remote control and wall mounting bracket?jasoncooper: no remote control and the wall bracket is seperateSo it may have what you say but will need someone to confirm as conflicting info.



Saw that, it's a mistake (cal them and they'll confirm). Would be highly unusual for an A/C unit to have no remote (as you wouldn't be able to use it).
Bitbotbang

Some of us like to live in the real world. If you lived in a nice area … Some of us like to live in the real world. If you lived in a nice area like where we live, you would not need all these cr*p you buy!



Doesn't sound like a nice area to me if you're restricted in what you can buy.
lidds

What would be the actual consumption when cooling. It just seems to quote … What would be the actual consumption when cooling. It just seems to quote 'nominal' figures, thanks



It depends on 2 things. the heating/cooling load of the room in which it's installed (Watts per square meter per difference in indoor and outdoor temperture(delta T) ) 2. The effieciency of the unit at a given delta T.
Because temperatures outside vary all the time projections about consumption are given as nominal figures which make assumptions about how long the unit will operate for and at what temperature differentials. These may or may not be figures that reflect your usage scenario in the UK.
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