Good price including the isofix! Heat :)
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I maybe wrong but your maths look wrong... its 20,524.19 isn't it? usually first month is included in deposit?
If you must own this car, it's the cheapest way to do it. The PCP deals require big deposits to make the payments similar to this. Cheapest i've seen is : deposit £9,550 then 47 x £499 plus GFV £22,878 and that's for a standard manual.
Barney Cheng posts on HUKD? Wow.
My bad, thought its 2. Over 3 its good deal !
Or you can have an M2 comp for 20k over 3 years - I know which deal is better...
They list a -75 , can't see why the scented ones cost as much as they do, I wonder what temps we will get this year.
Quality add on!
Use code END35 and it will bring it down to £1.94
Even better deal for me, went to collect on my way home and they couldn’t find the 2 original I ordered so they gave me apple instead, happy days
Better than nothing ;)
When I went to pick up the 3 I had ordered this morning, the guy said they only had 2 in stock (skeptical) Must have kept one for someone else (annoyed) Just ordered another 2 from a different store to collect tomorrow (y)
Banging. Got 4.
Use weekend37 and you pay 97p, strangely it's working for me
Out of stock now
Bah humbug...already bought at £199 a few weeks ago. Very easy to fit with extendible Isofix fittings. Spin feature makes it so much easier getting the baby in and out of the car I wouldn't have any other seat now. Only negative is there is no way of fixing anything across the front of it (like those dangling soft toys etc for smaller babies) We fitted a baby mirror to the back seat so he can see himself and he has some toys to play with to keep him quiet. Job done and one happy baby.
If it helps I was between this and the more expensive maxi cosi assix fix as wanted one that spinned. The angle on this was better and much easier to fit. This is a great price I got it on sale with codes for £195 in Halfords and that was cheapest had been. They will show you how to fit it. It’s a great car seat 6 month plus- agree angle not suitable for tiny baby. Could always order then go to a Halfords or John Lewis store to try out then cancel or return order if decide you don’t like it. Also agree needs lots of space when in rear facing.
Great code Thanks (y)
I have this seat and love it, but agree with earlier comment that it doesn't tilt enough. With a newborn their head will flop forward, meaning we couldn't use ours for the first few months. Now babber is 5 months old she loves it and the spin is super convenient. Also worth noting this is a chunky unit, we have a 5 door Seat Leon and the passenger seat is almost completely forward with this seat behind.
I have two of these car seats and completely disagree. It's just as easy to move between cars as any other car seat I've used in the past, and it's so much easier to get the kids in using the rotating feature.
But these at the pound shop.
@HerWorseHalf I'm curious, who exactly is your 'worse half' then?, hehehehe, or ... lol. ;-)
You can always stick it inside a case, if you use a case that is... Or you can get some cases that already have a disc in the case. But yes, cheaper in poundland.
Oh yeh, good point.
dont it mess gps.or.anything?
Cheaper to just give the kids a small bottle of Jack Daniels. Keeps them quiet
I don't see what the deal is?
Hey. The one I shared is from official store...
Cheaper: https://www.amazon.co.uk/KIPIDA-Organiser-Organisers-Protector-Pockets/dp/B07GV7MFHB/ Cheaper: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Case4Life-Organiser-Waterproof-Protectors-Universal/dp/B07B8PCV2V
(lol) (lol) for a Skoda ?
No, but I think all the cold voters are.
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Not a bad price Same car posted on here 7 days ago on 8,000 miles per year for £1080 deposit and £120 pm
Better than some hot deals on this car recently. Funny old game.
Had this in the car for yonks. Has never let me down and doesn't get hot.
They're good quality, I would definitely buy them again.
handy thing that
good deal, thanks
Still working without code atm, select promotions under price :)
Thanks for the input. No idea on the 3rd party pricing but a bit like ebay, people will buy. I eventually purchased the honor 10 from John Lewis for 219 though its yet to ship.... If that's not honoured i'd like to think that there is a better bf deal.
Hahahahahahahaha, I can't say I'd actually noticed the difference to be fair?. ;-) So no, no discrimination at alllllll there, loooool. :-D Ps. Excellent likeness ... (cough cough). :-)
Is that a Phablet?, a mini Tablet?, or both?, lol. That aside, this is what u see via your above link: Honor 8X Dual SIM, 64 GB £216.76 New, which is good, considering (RRP: £229.99). But under the same breath is this also: £267.80 New + £10.00 Delivery (from Adamscreate) Which (if we're all honest), is a blatant BUMP!!. :-( Who the hell sells fresh Phone's for considerably MORE than it's actual value price? (ESPECIALLY when Amazon have quoted the price for the World to see? - it's RIGHT THERE?!). :-( Why would a Company rip it's customers off like that man?. Just over £200 for any Phone, is a lot of money in anyone's money, but no, they have to bump it to nearer the £300 mark instead, just for the hell of it ... Hmmmmmmmmm, lol. Rant over, hahahahahaha, but yeh, it looks a very decent Phone still. :-D
Is this much better than the G6 dual sim available at Amazon which (unless I'm mistaken) also has 64gb & 4gb ram?
Thank you for correction happyhiker, i believe, you are right. I read many forum threads and there always some confusion, so I've assumed the worst.
I had this, in my old car which didn't have AUX great feature did what I wanted
Anyone got this? Any good? Seems like a cool feature especially the dual charge point?
Not worth using - the wireless connect is too slow. Easier to pop out the card and slot into the computer. Ours are working really well two years on. The only annoying thing with these is the capacitor that holds the date/time drains within a couple of days - maybe these are a newer model with a battery now?
In my 4th year of ownership now and it still works. Considering I went through 5 different cheaper Chinese alternatives in the space of 2 months, this Transcend is well built. Image quality these days isn't the best, there are now better out there. Don't expect to read registration plates if moving at high speed.
Have one of these. Great little camera
really good camera, had it for a quite a while now and can't fault it. pretty much never used the app, but nice to have to review video clips on your phone. Would recommend getting the suction mount as well: Transcend DrivePro Suction Mount
Anybody else think it was a washing machine on first appearance ?
This is in the 3 in 1 pack for £25 at Asda.
Depends how close you are to a Halfords. Free screen wash, you may be heading to Halfords anyway. Many reasons people would take this up don’t you think? Also, most are expecting a sales pitch and it’s easy to politely decline when you know it’s coming
Buy a volvo pre 1990 if you want a reliable car and to be able to fix it yourself.
all basic checks which every car user can do themselves except battery test which you would need at least a basic multimeter to test battery
Battery strength measurer
There's no such thing as free, especially when Halfrauds are concerned!
TBH unless you really want new have a look on specialist websites classifieds, such as: https://www.msuk-forum.co.uk/forums/forum/7-for-rc-sales/ https://www.maxbashing.com/mbforum/forumdisplay.php?7-RC-Kits Budget? What terrain will it be used on? what age group? as these can be be highly dangerous. You would want something with a good parts supply as things often break.
as well as glue the rims you should turn inside out and tape up with some Gorilla duct tape, glue then balance (y) Got a few RC cars. Doubt you'll be putting 5/6S through a 1/10 like this though.
It looks similar to the brushless version of this model, although I've not compared the spec's in depth. I bought a brushed RC car and upgraded it to brushless with lipo batteries. They did sell a brushless version too that uses the same drivetrain. Yes parts will break more easily, screws will vibrate loose and the plastic drive cog doesn't last as long but providing you don't slam it in to reverse from forward the wear isn't too bad. Oh and glue the tyres to the rims or they'll come off! XD
Any recommendations...I’m looking for one for myself my son for Christmas!
the drive train is not designed for the extra power. Might be rapid till it destroys itself :D
The covers remove though I would agree that it's awkward to clean thoroughly as not being able to fully remove the harness straps is a disadvantage. Our Britax the straps can be completely removed if little one gets sick.
Very easy to clean. Just washed the cover a week ago. Less than Two mins to remove and a few mins to put back on.
The cover is removable. Not sure why it matters if it’s heavy as I don’t carry mine. It’s a car seat so who cares what it looks like. Expensive- that’s a matter of opinion.
Heavy and ugly. Difficult to clean. Expensive
This thread may help folk use it as it seems like the same device? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/micro-gps-tracker-waterproof-locator-electric-bike-motorcycle-car-burglar-alarm-for-gt09-1464-banggood-2858428
What are you and the dog up to??
Yep, I have this one, will work by sms messaging, so I didn't bother set it up for GPRS data as that was expensive on the sim I used's tariff. I think O2 pay as you go might be a good choice for a sim, as I recall they are 2p per text, but you'd need to check position every few months to keep the sim activated.
Yep, I have one, you can see the gps module in the picture with the case removed. imars is bandgood's own rebranding.
Good grief, a genuine GPS tracker posted on Hotukdeals for once! And cheap too. The OP ought to put something about it genuinely having GPS in the deal title to distinguish it from all the fake gps trackers that have been advertised on here recently.
I believe you are talking about lease. This is purchase deal... i thought exactly the same as you once i seen a deal, then read it once again and seen PCP.
I bought an old model Picanto in 2013. It's one of the few new cars I've purchased & almost instantly regretted it. I like small cars but the Picanto was just too small. Try putting a shopping bag behind one of the front seats. There's just not enough room. Also the 1.0 litre engine, although very frugal on paper, was something of a gas guzzler. Expect 56 mpg at best. It bothered me that despite getting it regularly serviced, its fuel economy was progressively getting worse. I traded it in after three years and bought a Suzuki Celero. Talk about chalk & cheese! The little Suzuki is more spacious, more fuel efficient, nippier, quieter & I suspect, more reliable in the long run.
I bet for 2 grand more you can get a brand new one. also after a few years you will get some money back in your pocket...
9720 otr without the 3 year servicing included. I couldn’t find a Hyundai dealer to drop an i10 anywhere close to that and sandero is around 7,400 for a basic model.
£2000, with a major oil leak, both rear windows are held up with door wedges because the cables broke, and MOT advisories on new brakes and tyres. I’d be lucky to get £100 scrapping it myself.
You would think so.
Yes, I know that! (fierce) What I meant was, what’s the point in having summer and winter? Why aren’t all screeenwash solutions suitable for winter?
They do but this is not that not
Actually not that much of a silly question. Why don’t they just make one screenwash all year round (winter). What harm would it do?
Ohhh didn't know lol i stocked up on summer one haha