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Be the envy of everyone at the office. Chad Valley PlaySmart Calculator. Was £10.99 now £4.99 @ Argos
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Calculator with LCD display. Numbers learning. Quiz function. Size H15, W3.5, D13cm. Batteries required: 3 x AAA (not included) plus. For ages 3 years and over.
BFCsider1 h, 58 m ago

Love this. I'm going to take it, use it, and pass it off as my own …Love this. I'm going to take it, use it, and pass it off as my own


Rights granted lol
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vtec44 m ago

They'll probably give you a massage if you pay extra but at this price …They'll probably give you a massage if you pay extra but at this price it's not included.


Love this. I'm going to take it, use it, and pass it off as my own
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JCP111 m ago

Someone's been watching too much Bullseye to write/come up with that …Someone's been watching too much Bullseye to write/come up with that description


Saturday evening TV is now a shadow of its former self
Someone's been watching too much Bullseye to write/come up with that description
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topgeezah6 h, 21 m ago

3 x AAA batteries required (not included)


They'll probably give you a massage if you pay extra but at this price it's not included.
Scientific Calculator, Helect 2-Line Engineering Calculator - H1002 £5 (Prime) / £8.99 (non Prime)  Sold by JEDirect UK and Fulfilled by Amazon. - lightning deal
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Robust, professional grade scientific calculator (2x L1154F battery included with 2-year usage) 2-line display: show entry and calculated result at the same time Easily handles 1… Read more
Lightning deal has ended now £6.99
For those that don't know or are interested in grabbing a freebie, there is a promotion on offer "Receive 1 FREE iPhone X Case free when you purchase 1 or more Qualifying items offered by JEDirect UK.".

You need to add the promotion first which will add the calculator and iphone case to your basket, then go to your basket and only remove the calculator leaving the iphone X case still in your basket. Then go back to the item page and add the lightning deal. When you go to checkout this will then give you the calculator and Iphone case for £5.00.
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These are £5 in my sons high school. Ask your kids to buy them from school if available
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looks like someone bought the old casio factory 33163934-WM9x3.jpg
Great price it's around £10 on ebay, Heat added
BMI Calculator, from 59p, but currently free (for 5 day), at Google Play
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Found 19th JanFound 19th Jan
BMI Calculator, from 59p, but currently free (for 5 day), at Google Play. Not World shattering for everyone perhaps?, but may prove very useful to some. :-) Deal link: https://… Read more
Or better yet, use your calculator app?

Weight(kg) ÷ height(m) ÷ height again
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cburns29 m ago

A lot of recent Medical information/advice has been based on clearly …A lot of recent Medical information/advice has been based on clearly manipulated research purely to benefit profitsof the food/pharmaceutical/health industry.... if you research on google it becomes quite alarming... follow the moneytrail has always been the truest advice given today


Interesting evaluation of the ways of life that?.
A lot of recent Medical information/advice has been based on clearly manipulated research purely to benefit profits
of the food/pharmaceutical/health industry.... if you research on google it becomes quite alarming... follow the money
trail has always been the truest advice given today
Gooner7736 m ago

Don't leave us hanging, more info please.


BMI is basically height vs weight. Me for example, I'm 5ft 11 205lbs and according to the BMI I'm overweight border line obese.
I'm Not, my bodyfat percentage is 14% most of my weight is muscle and bone. I have been as low as 11% and still classed as overweight.
Gooner7722 m ago

Don't leave us hanging, more info please.


I lift weights, my waist is smaller than my hips and I'm reasonably fit for my age. BMI puts me as obese because of the extra body mass I carry.
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CASIO Advanced Scientific Calculator - £19 (Prime) / £22.99 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Found 3rd JanFound 3rd Jan
The best price ive seen for this. Needed one for Sixth form and does wonders. Has more function than the normal scientific calculator.
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Hot..birthday present to grannie sorted.
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MarzipanTravolta3 h, 7 m ago

You pretty much need this calculator for A Level maths and it's good for …You pretty much need this calculator for A Level maths and it's good for students who know they will be doing that A Level and are aiming for a grade 7+ in their GCSEs this summer. Doubt you will see it cheaper.


You dont need it for gcse. I used a normal scientific calculator for my gcse maths and got 9 soo. But needed this one for further maths A level.
Gort19511 h, 16 m ago

What is 123 / 17845 and how long did it take you?


Luckily i have Prime, so i should be able to get back to you tomorrow
You pretty much need this calculator for A Level maths and it's good for students who know they will be doing that A Level and are aiming for a grade 7+ in their GCSEs this summer. Doubt you will see it cheaper.
MrJinxy13 h, 1 m ago

Cold, I have a brain



What is 123 / 17845 and how long did it take you?
Casio FX-85GTPLUS Scientific Calculator £3.23 @ Amazon ( add on item) Pink
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£3.23 & FREE Delivery with Amazon Prime when buying this Add-on Item. Product Description The Casio FX85GTPLUS is the U… Read more
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Brilliant calculator for a ridiculously low price. Not sure pink would be my choice of colour, but at this price I think I can overlook that.
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crinklecutnose4 m ago

Terrific. A must-have.



Absolutely agreed....it's also the calculator recommenced to pass the Radio Amateurs Examination to allow anyone to use the non PMR radio's that have appeared on here of late.
Terrific. A must-have.
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Casio Fx-85GT scientific calculator pink £3.23 prime / £7.22 non prime @ Amazon
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Great price for this. Usually around £7 at the cheapest and a very capable calculator.
Still in stock . Thanks op
Back in stock now at Amazon.Useful as my eBay order was cancelled as out of stock.
only for GCSE now, A-Level students need a ClassWiz, or a graphical calculator if you feel rich
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Oos used the eBay link thx!
I got a couple of these in Sainsbury's once, think they were 75p...
Business Calculator Pro (Android)Free for Limited Time - Google Play Store
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App consists of a Gross Profit Calculator, Price Calculator, Operating Margin Calculator, Effective Interest Rate Calculator, Value Added Tax Calculator and a Break-Even Point Ca… Read more
59p now
fizz3 h, 57 m ago

Reviews say that it gives wrong results


Waam fizz
fizz32 m ago

Reviews say that it gives wrong results


That's only if you're an Amazon tax accountant.
Reviews say that it gives wrong results
Solar Calculator at Poundland instore for £1
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Found 28th Nov 2017Found 28th Nov 2017
Alternative to this deal for those that have a Poundland nearby.
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118luke3 h, 43 m ago

The conservative calculator has been broken for years. Even though they …The conservative calculator has been broken for years. Even though they have more money than ever before from draining resources from whatever service they can, and raising taxes and reducing spendature, the calculator still says there is no money.Its like the zero or cancel button is stuck or something


No need to expose your political and economic ignorance on a deals site - best to keep it for your next Momentum meeting.


£868 for a gaming laptop (your last post ) doesn't sound like someone suffering from 'austerity'!
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Excellent find - only just seen this!

Pretty mad that this is only slightly hotter than the other deal though and shows how influential some posters are/how poor the site is becoming.
Edited by: "Towelie" 28th Nov 2017
Mine has probably been going for 10 years now, sitting in the corner of the room away from the window.
SmilingT39 m ago

Love a good, basic calculator. Boobies!


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SmilingT17 m ago

Love a good, basic calculator. Boobies!



5hELL01L, whilst not as childishly humourous, has more 'letters' so wins
Solar powered calculator £2 each or 3 for £4.50. Click and Collect from The Works
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Found 28th Nov 2017Found 28th Nov 2017
Inspired by a post for a similar, more expensive 'discounted' item . This may be a better option for those with The Works nearby. Ideal for school if mobile phones aren't allowed… Read more
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horsey9 h, 58 m ago

Kids in schools appear to use FX-85GT's now, (~£5 off eBay) I'm not sure …Kids in schools appear to use FX-85GT's now, (~£5 off eBay) I'm not sure the old bead counters will cut it, any more than they did in my dayAlso, thanks a bunch all you useless curriculum people from the 80's, I wasted years of my life in using your stupid Sine table books. Calculators were commonplace, your methods of teaching were pathetic.Also the twonk in Uni who wasted a morning teaching us the derivation of some constant.Nobody cares.


It makes me smile when I think of my maths teacher defending why we needed to do maths manually, using the reason "you won't always have a calculator with...". Well she's been proved wrong hasn't she!
horsey5 h, 18 m ago

Kids in schools appear to use FX-85GT's now, (~£5 off eBay) I'm not sure …Kids in schools appear to use FX-85GT's now, (~£5 off eBay) I'm not sure the old bead counters will cut it, any more than they did in my dayAlso, thanks a bunch all you useless curriculum people from the 80's, I wasted years of my life in using your stupid Sine table books. Calculators were commonplace, your methods of teaching were pathetic.Also the twonk in Uni who wasted a morning teaching us the derivation of some constant.Nobody cares.


I am even more peed off that 40% of my education was wasted with religion and singing hymns.
Kids in schools appear to use FX-85GT's now, (~£5 off eBay)
I'm not sure the old bead counters will cut it, any more than they did in my day


Also, thanks a bunch all you useless curriculum people from the 80's, I wasted years of my life in using your stupid Sine table books. Calculators were commonplace, your methods of teaching were pathetic.

Also the twonk in Uni who wasted a morning teaching us the derivation of some constant.
Nobody cares.
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crinklecutnose38 m ago

http://www.poundland.co.uk/office-calculator


Already added as a deal for those where a Poundland is more convenient than The Works.
DG-MC1 True Solar Power Energy Electronic Mini Calculator - £2.30 w/code @ Banggood
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Grabbed one for the kids to show them how much money i waste on Match Attax and Shopkins :/ Use code kitchen50 at basket - make sure logged in Incase you wanted a side angle.… Read more
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Hey now leave the OP alone clearly his motivation wasn't to find the best deal and was only interested in getting the juveniles to give him some heat through his choice of photo and we can all see that its paid off so lets give credit where its due.
cowtc14 m ago

Poundland sell calculators for... you guessed it



...fun?
...dolphins?
...people who can't count how many pockets they have?
No? I don't know then...
Poundland sell calculators for... you guessed it
Towelie3 m ago

Gotta side with the Suffolk Lad on this as my initial reaction was this …Gotta side with the Suffolk Lad on this as my initial reaction was this isn't that cheap and you'll have to wait 3-4 weeks for it.Easier just to go to a supermarket and pick one up for a couple of quid.ATM it seems anything posted on here from Chinese retailers will just get heat for the sake of it.


I wouldn't have given it a second thought other than being surprised that £2.30 was seen as a deal for a bog standard calculator. It was only curiosity that made me check prices to see if I was really as out of touch as I thought.
Gotta side with the Suffolk Lad on this as my initial reaction was this isn't that cheap and you'll have to wait 3-4 weeks for it.

Easier just to go to a supermarket and pick one up for a couple of quid.

ATM it seems anything posted on here from Chinese retailers will just get heat for the sake of it.
Casio Calculator Databank Watch, £24.99 from Argos
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Classic watch, Free click and collect. Watch features: Easy to read dial. Resin case. Stainless steel stainless steel bracelet. Slide clasp. Quartz movement. Backlight. Di… Read more
Broxy4 h, 48 m ago

Is it me or do these things look naff?


They’re retro chic, a little nod to the 80s...I wouldn’t wear it to a dinner party, but it’s a bit of fun for the day-to-day.
AdamParrish18 h, 42 m ago

Question, which type of bear is best?


I don't know, which kind of bear is best?
Is it me or do these things look naff?
Thanks for posting.
Great Gizmo watch for Lads/men
Casio Retro Databank Digital LCD Watch with Calculator - £22.99 delivered @ 7DayShop
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Who remembers this retro watch..? :D Brand new, original Casio . Supplied in sealed retail / gift box. Feature packed digital LCD watch with Telememo, calculator, stopwatch, a… Read more
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chuichi10 h, 2 m ago

Looking for the Casio retro watch that comes with tv remote... Haven't …Looking for the Casio retro watch that comes with tv remote... Haven't seen that in years!


A friend of mine used to have one of those. Took great delight in turning the volume all the way up on the Dixon's window display TVs while the shop was shut in the evening. He also used to surreptitiously change the channel on pub TVs while everyone was watching the football.
fishmaster7 h, 38 m ago

I remember looking in the Argos catalog hmm around 1978 I think it was and …I remember looking in the Argos catalog hmm around 1978 I think it was and seeing a digital calculator watch and I seem to remember it being about £168 and thinking wow! that's amazing and omg that is so much money. Now I think this piece of crap should be no more than £5. How times change


It's almost as if there has been technological progress between then and now.
Looking for the Casio retro watch that comes with tv remote... Haven't seen that in years!
I remember looking in the Argos catalog hmm around 1978 I think it was and seeing a digital calculator watch and I seem to remember it being about £168 and thinking wow! that's amazing and omg that is so much money. Now I think this piece of crap should be no more than £5. How times change
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Casio FX-85 GT PLUS £5.99 instead of £13.99 (Prime exclusive) @ Amazon
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The FX-85GTPLUS takes the UK's Number One Scientific Calculator a step further, by offering Solar Power to ensure no loss of battery during those crucial exams. The FX-85GTPLUS off… Read more
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my daughter though she was clever bringing this home recently at the age of 11. Dirty scientific calculator. Bad calculator.
le_jaeger3 h, 41 m ago

I would say the only reason most people would buy a dedicated calculator …I would say the only reason most people would buy a dedicated calculator now would be GCSEs, A-levels or uni - for all three a Casio is all but essential to avoid a headache.


Highly agree! Schools use these almost as a standard now and will teach using these.
worthinger3 h, 18 m ago

Cheap alternative at Dyas - …Cheap alternative at Dyas - £2.93.http://www.robertdyas.co.uk/sharp-scientific-calculatorNot sure how they compare.




I would say the only reason most people would buy a dedicated calculator now would be GCSEs, A-levels or uni - for all three a Casio is all but essential to avoid a headache.
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Tesco also has it at 5.99, it says FX-85 but the photo is FX-85 GT PLUS (and I don't know if a FX85 exists) tesco.com/dir…ers
Sharp Scientific Calculator £2.93 @ Robert Dyas (Free C&C)
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You can count on me An essential for school work and study, this scientific calculator provides 469 functions with an easy-to-read 2-line display. Model: EL 531 XB 2-line disp… Read more
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My Casio was my best friend at uni. All my formula s and constant s were inside it for help in Maths and Physics
othen19th Aug

Well maybe, but I really dislike this dumbing down of maths through …Well maybe, but I really dislike this dumbing down of maths through teaching by rote. The calculators will produce the same answers, so it is just getting used to the buttons rather than understanding what a function does. Any A level (or GCSE as long as it is the proper syllabus and not the foundation one) maths student should be able to adjust quickly between one calculator (or any tool: slide rule, log tables, computer program ...) and another.If you are right about MAdam98's age then he needs to pay more attention in the English lessons as well as his maths!:-)


Erm, I'm not a big fan of putting 99 after my name so I thought to use a 98!
Fair enough, my English grammar isn't what it used to be. (I do understand the difference between nominative, vocative, genitive, dative, accusative and ablative cases though!)

I can understand your viewpoint and to an extent agree however many students simply wouldn't bother to learn how to use a different calculator.

I do feel though that the Casio is the most simple to use.
I remember half ps and everything was.. 99 to make it appear more cheap! As to this how do they work out. 3 and all the hassle of giving change? Are they sure it is not 2.9299999999 ?

And
I wonder if some Countries still use an abacus?
I kinda feel sorry for all the other brands but Casio. I would probably only buy my kids a Casio for GCSE, as that is what the schools want them to use and all the notation is geared towards Casio Calcs. That's not to say this Sharp is all bad, in fact I quite like it and appreciate that it's got Base conversion eg Dec to Binary or Hex, something I used quite a bit when machine code programming (OK it was 30 years ago but hey ho). I cannot see this feature on today's Casios. DO I think it's an OK calculator - Yeah and hey it's really cheap! Should you buy it if you want conformance for the kids at school - I would probably pass.
vdey21 h, 51 m ago

Who needs a calculator now a days . Aren't they all available in phones …Who needs a calculator now a days . Aren't they all available in phones for free. Good price th

Calculators are very commonplace in financials' trading floors. Independent piece of hardware = fast, always on accessibility.
Fraction Calculator + Math PRO ~ WAS £2.79 now FREE ~ SALE ends in 16 hours @ Google Play
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Google Play short description; Fraction calculator with step-by-step operations and algebra. Shows results as you type. Graphical display of expressions with history. Use space… Read more
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terriclarkfan15th Aug

Looks fun.I remember I used to have a program on the BBC Model B which …Looks fun.I remember I used to have a program on the BBC Model B which would solve quadratic equations and show you its working out step-by-step. Wish I could remember the name of it to try and find it again for an emulator.



There are many available now on websites, but WolfRam Alpha is a popular one.
fractions > decimal system

it's way more fun
Fantastic, thanks
terriclarkfan10 h, 35 m ago

Looks fun.I remember I used to have a program on the BBC Model B which …Looks fun.I remember I used to have a program on the BBC Model B which would solve quadratic equations and show you its working out step-by-step. Wish I could remember the name of it to try and find it again for an emulator.


now that ages you, and me!
Thanks EG
Cheap scientific calculator - Casio Fx-85 Scientific Calculator £5.99 @ Tesco Groceries
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Just saw this on the tesco website for half price while ordering my groceries and thought someone may be interested It’s showing as out of stock – but will show as in stock when … Read more
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Personally I'd pay the extra for the FX-991ESPLUS. Unless you're certain you wont go to college! It's currently 20% off at WHSmith or even cheaper on Amazon (£12.99).
Also worth considering is the Sharp EL-531X calculator on sale for £5 at Asda. Plenty in stock. Tried to submit the deal earlier today but HUKD seems to be rejecting my submissions lately. I think either calculator is fine for school but neither would be good enough for college.
hellop4nda15th Aug

This has been at this price for almost a month, just didn't post it, looks …This has been at this price for almost a month, just didn't post it, looks like it's an actual deal!


I'm pretty sure this is a standard seasonal price... every year this calculator is on 'special offer' before the academic year starts... then if there are any kids without one once they've started maths, and the teacher tells them they need to get one ASAP, they have to buy it at full price.
Please can the OP confirm that I will be able to write boobies on this?
The new minimum for a-level is the updated FX991EX (note the older FX991ES is insufficient - as the calculator must be able to work out statistical stuff which used to be done using statistical tables which will no longer be supplied). Sometimes referred to as "classwiz". Graphics calculators are allowed (possibly recommended - certainly make curve sketching easier!) but not required. The FX991EX tends to be about £25, but feasibly there will be reductions after the "back to school" sales really start.
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