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Linksys LGS308 8-Port Business Gigabit Smart Switch £32.94 Delivered @ Box
31/10/2018Expires on 31/10/2018Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
I'm not big into switches that aren't made by Nintendo, but given the reviews on this and the price, it may be worth considering if you are interested in a home network and want a … Read more

I'd got for the TP-Link TP-LINK TL-SG108E Managed Network Switch - 8-port for £30 from PCW, but this isn't a bad deal. You don't need a managed ("smart") switch for that, if you need to ask the question then this probably is overkill for you. You can use an £8 one for that.


This any good to run Xbox one through


I prefer to physically have a switch tbh, that was I can make use of it with some old machines I'm looking at getting


Don't think this will have the same CISCO CLI interface features. What's wrong with Packet Tracer or GNS3 ? Both are free and you can get plenty of labs by Paul Browning or David Bombal on for about £10 - £12 ( Price fluctuates on a daily basis)


Yes, especially for Sky Q hub owners with only 2 Ethernet ports :-)

Nissan Navara Diesel Double Cab Pick Up N-Connecta 2.3Dci 190 4Wd £23034 @ Bristol street motors (Business users only)
Found 23rd SepFound 23rd Sep
Nissan Navara Diesel Double Cab Pick Up N-Connecta 2.3Dci 190 4Wd 19195 plus vat £23034
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I agree the nissan a more comfortable car like ride which is fine if you use it as a car but as a truck (which is what they are) the ranger is better, it is better under load and carries more, it is better at towing, it is better off road, it can wade through 800mm of water (deep!!!) oh and don't forget the first pick up truck with a 5 star ncap rating! And the ranger looks great!! So if you want a car buy a nissan, if you want a truck buy a ranger (lol) (y)


Had a ranger a couple of years ago but didn’t get on with it. A very hard uncomfortable ride and a bit cumbersome round corners. Had the Tekna version of the new Navara for a couple of years and find it much smoother and pleasant to drive. 5 year warranty on the Nissan is a bonus. Worth paying a bit more for the Tekna version. Bit cheaper here


When was the recall, last I heard Nissan had not recalled these Navaras and were dealing with complaints case by case. There is a massive group of owners who were last I read making a claim through a firm of scolicitors. I heard Nissan have been repairing vehicles, replacing chasis, implimenting preventative measures and even buying affected vehicles back from affected owners but I don’t think there has been a recall.


Massive main dealer recall on the older shape model,chassis rusting out and some being painted under warranty and others being written off.Hopefully as mentioned already problem now sorted.


Yep, I had one 2006 nice truck but I sold it when 3 years old before any mention of chasis problems. If i Bought another I’d only keep it 2 or 3 years anyway. If your worried just get it filled up with waxoil. Ranger is a better truck anyway

Business Class from London, UK to Bangkok, Thailand from only £1050 roundtrip at Gulf Airways
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Business Class from London, UK to Bangkok, Thailand for only £1050 roundtrip. DEPART: London, UK ARRIVE: Bangkok, Thailand RETURN: London, UK DATES: Availability in November 20… Read more

Emirates crap? Gulf Air has a new plane in the London service but older planes to non prestige destinations. Plus Dubai airport and the city itself are far better than Bahrain.


Wow so original and funny hehehehe


What's crap about Emirates business class?


deal is coming up using momondo on those dates though :-)


me too every date i try is approx 2200gbp

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But is the price any good?? And yeah - a pc needs a graphics card!


Hello HMRC, I'm in the business of erm, entertainment. Yes let's go with that.


Oh noooo. Business don't need 1080ti. But I want it for my business.

ARCTIC HUNTER Business Anti-theft Backpack for £19.64 Delivered with code @ Gearbest
31/10/2018Expires on 31/10/2018Found 11th SepFound 11th Sep
This seems like a really versatile backpack, with added security features which are especially useful when travelling. External USB port, and multiple storage pouches with a breat… Read more

and this is anti theft how exactly?


The design really seems odd. All of the space is, in the pic above at the top. There is no divider between the top and bottom sections in the pic so I’m just not seeing it working as a backpack for travelling etc as stuff will just fall out every time you open it up. It’s also not really a good design for just dipping in and out of so you’d have to open it up properly and it would be a nightmare.


These are around £10 on eBay.


love the engrish has this been posted by someone working at gearbest by any chance "The origami design makes you outstanding from others" dose it make you a pariah dose nobody want to stand with you when you have this back pack "Suture technique of high density" i think this is something about the stitches but they have used a medical term XD


No. You have to provide one.

Kindle - Road to Success: Think and Grow Rich, As a Man Thinketh, Tao Te Ching, The Power of Your Subconscious Mind... - £0.75 @ Amazon
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Road to Success: Think and Grow Rich, As a Man Thinketh, Tao Te Ching, The Power of Your Subconscious Mind, Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin and more! "What's necessary t… Read more

This is just a collection of out-of-copyright books, isn't it? Seems to be a thing on Amazon now.


...And agree to a 50% introduction fee in the hope of selling millions. (popcorn)


How to be rich: Write a really vague book on how to be rich.

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Amex / Financial Times offer - Spend £30, get £25 back
26/10/2018Expires on 26/10/2018Found 8th SepFound 8th Sep
Only valid for the first 20k members who save. Hopefully it helps an FT reader out there :D Terms: Spend must be billed to your Card account by 26/10/2018, to be eligible for… Read more

Doh..Misread the weekly price thinking that was the monthly price


Digital daily subscription for 1 month costs exactly £30


Brilliant, thanks a lot.


Cold to me. They are foolish to be behind a pay wall, so now they have to do some slight of hand where you pay and they give it back to get pretend subscribers. No. Let them go under.


The site says "You can pay either by debit card, credit card or with PayPal. All subscriptions are charged monthly, quarterly or annually and will renew automatically unless you cancel." so you'd need to buy a quarterly or annual subscription to get it over £30 in one transaction. You will only qualify for the Amex offer if the single transaction meets the min spend criteria in this case £30

1.60% interest with Virgin Money Business Banking
Found 4th SepFound 4th Sep
Think this is the first time I’ve seen high interest rate for a business banking account. Virgin Money Business account is offering: 1.60% Interest for fixing for 1 Year 1.75% Int… Read more

I may switch, I don't have a lot happening in my business bank, I get zilch interest at present, although I don't pay any banking fees. Yorkshire Bank


Something is better than nothing I guess but the banks must be pmsl as compared to the interest rates they charge to lend money your basically taking a hit on your money as it devalues due to inflation


Even with a small business you would want a £5k-£10k buffer. Might as well get some interest on it.


I must be thick then as surely inflation erodes the value of any money in the account. Personally if I had a business account I'd simply just put money in just before money was due to go out


Business banks normally pay terribly low interest rates 0.05% Many small businesses keep money in the business account for future plans or sometimes would not withdraw it for tax reasons. So at least with this account the money can gain interest.

Farah Men's Hemsley Business Shirt Size XL ONLY £8.66 prime / £13.15 non prime @ Amazon
Found 4th SepFound 4th Sep
Fantastic price for this shirt! absolute bargain price! 100% Cotton Machine Wash - Warm (greater than 30°) Collar Style: Button Down Slim Fit Long Sleeve F4WS70Z7 SELECT (… Read more

Have you contacted DVLA?


Out of stock


showing for me just higher price of £30




Great if you're an XL and like the colour, which I do :D - very good price, hot! Thanks

HP Intel Core i3-7100U 8GB RAM 256GB SSD 14" Laptop £459 @ BT business
Found 3rd SepFound 3rd Sep
HP Pavilion 14-bf007na Intel Core i3-7100U 8GB RAM 256GB SSD 14" Full HD Windows10Home This is a decent spec laptop, which is actually cheaper than the refurbished ones around. it… Read more

He will probably vote cold cos it's only full HD


good deal, hot imo


Just waiting for Sam_of_london to come on and comment before I cast my vote


Seems fairly expensive for a 7th gen i3?


Actually this is no use in ireland as it needs a VAT number to order. I'm not sure what the story in the UK is.

“Inspiracard” gift card @ zeek for 70% off - £100 Voucher for £30
Found 2nd SepFound 2nd Sep
Extra 10% discount on top of the 60% savings when you buy an Inspira Gift card worth (£100 you pay £36 / £200 you pay £72) giving you exclusive access to non public prices for over… Read more

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Thanks guys for the update. Doesn’t sound a fair deal based on you comments. I will expire it ASAP


Avoid. I got discount on this, via work, and looked at the hotels available. Some cities only have 1, and it is twice the price of "branded" hotels, even with the so-called discount.


Android app is rubbish so cannot comment beyond that. Will stick with

(Error fare) Return business class ticket from Copenhagen to Singapore (LOT business class) £540 @ Skyscanner (.de)
Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
Crazy price, be very very quick, more example dates below. A stopover is required at Warsaw (included in the price). Flights to Copenhagen can normally be found for £10 - £30 each … Read more
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Just to make you aware that you can get flights from UK to many countries around the world and also include (shock) Denmark.




You can fly from the UK to Copenhagen :).


What a shame.....missus and I want to fly to either KL or Singapore next march and this would've been perfect as we also love copenhagen but I can't find any flights at these prices. On Skyscanner there's biz flights supposedly as low as Eur406 for dates in March but when clicking through the cost goes up to circa Eur1900ish. Also checked LOT arlines direct and nothing at those prices sadly. ;(


Thought this was a UK deal site ? upto 40% off Advance fares.
Found 20th AugFound 20th Aug
VoucherCloud seem to be offering a deal with TrainLine, up to 40% off their Advance fares. Best prices are always if booked 90 days ahead, as tickets get released for sale. Some … Read more
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Could a admin moderator please review my post.


It's not a deal. Vouchercloud's description is misleading, probably done deliberately so they can Earn commission. Anyone buying Advance tickets via this "deal" is paying more than they should, so it should be expired.


Apart from your last paragraph, all other points were covered in my post, including cashback deals. Also, I mentioned that it was originally spotted on VoucherCloud, and I thought it topical since folk may wish rail tickets for December, like leaving uni, and as I didn't need train tickets currently, there were no suggestions, as I didn't buy any. I didn't know if the 40% was discounted at final stages of checkout, and folk more accustomed to buying rail tickets for themselves may spot the value, and if the 40% off was a deal, as you ask.


I'm not sure what this "deal" is supposed to be. It says 40% off advance fares, but I can't see any evidence of these cheap fares, and I think it's unlikely there are any, because Trainline have access to exactly the same fares as all the other ticket sellers. What it probably means is you can save 40% by buying in advance instead of on the day. But that's the same for every other ticket seller. So its not a Trainline offer. Often buying in advance is no cheaper than buying at the station on the day. Sometimes you can save 75% or more. Trainline's fees make them one of the most expensive places to buy train tickets from. So you shouldn't buy from them unless there's a cashback offer that will more than cover the fees. If you plan to buy Advance tickets, try the train company's website first, as they sometimes have offers that aren't available elsewhere. Also check for offers on Nectar, as they often have things like 1,000 bonus points for various train companies. If there's a chance you might want to amend your ticket, buy from Cross Country or Transpennine Express, as they don't charge the £10 fee that is Standard on most sites.


Does seem unfair. I always use Trainline and agree with your tips so heat from me! Maybe it was the timing of your post. Lots of disgruntled commuters on stuffy trains and expensive season tickets perhaps?

Financial management software suite for small businesses @ Waveapps
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
I have been using this site for my small business for about 3 years now. You can customise with your own logos etc. It essentially allows you to send invoices to customers, and is… Read more

Been using Wave for a while now and love it. Heat added!


Not the same thing.


Another option is the free GnuCash which is open source. No security issue then.


Gotta clean my money somehow (shock)


Cause you're a delboy

Humble Bundle - Up to £1162 worth of Big Data Digital Books - from 79p
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Three levels of pay what you feel: $1 or more: Mastering Apache Spark 2.x Splunk Essentials MongoDB Cookbook Getting Started with Hadoop 2.x Learning ElasticSearch 5.0 Coupon fo… Read more

I want to try to switch from being a Microsoft SQL DBA into a data scientist so go these books!


Wouldn't haven't expected to come across a deal like this on HUKD, but perfect for my line of work, looks to be some really useful stuff mixed in

Business suit + 2 Shirts + Extra Trousers - £139 @ Moss Bros
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Add any 2 piece suit, 2 shirts and extra pair of trousers from this offer to your basket where the discount will be automatically applied. This offer is valid on selected lines onl… Read more
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His cat


PMSL (horror)


Sure to get the job if he is applying for a position in a circus.


Disregarding the 'revolutionary' thumbnail, is this a good deal?


They have a sale on this outfit too!

The Business - £1.99 in H/D at Amazon Video to own
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Frankie is on the run from the high-rises of South London to a new life in Malaga with nothing but a tin stuffed full of cash. Having no idea that this delivery of cash to super-su… Read more
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He was in Human traffic, that film was pretty big when I was at college, he didn't really become known to the masses till football factory but he was in some good films pre 2004, worth checking out goodbye Charlie bright as that is pretty decent, definitely my favourite Danny Dyer film.


was danny dyer not unknown till he was in a big football casuals movie or am i thinking of someone else ? memory is crap


he was also in mean machine with Vinnie Jones


Nah Sexy Beast way better......


Yeah he also put in a great performance, one of my favourite lines is Did someone order a c**t? Cos one's just showed up.

Linksys LGS105 Business 5 Port Desktop Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch, £9.98 at Amazon(£14.47 non prime)
Found 24th JulFound 24th Jul
Wired connection speed up to 1000 Mbps Attribute of five Gigabit Ethernet auto-sensing ports Auto power-down disables unused ports Smart power for short cable runs Easy plug an… Read more

Received this today, the switch is different from the picture. The power goes in to the back rather than the front.




CCNP Network Engineer here, you win nothing, that is pitiful


They’ve increased the price then


Link says...£24.15

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