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They may not be glamorous, but where would the world be without chargers? Whether it’s a battery charger for a smartphone or a charger for a high-end laptop, all manner of chargers can be found at huge discounts at HotUKDeals. Read more
Samsung Galaxy Watch 46mm (+ free duo charger) Pre-order £269.10 @ Very with 10% off 1st credit order code (£3.99 delivery)
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Alternatively the 42mm version is £251.10 with same code +£3.99 delivery Use code MJWTM which gives 10% off Don't forget TCB/Quidco too! Item number: N3KXJ15 MPN: SM-R800NZSABT… Read more

Good price!


So the deal here is actually a voucher code?


NB There is currently 5% TCB on if you don't like the Very option.


Because it's Very


code only works if you open a Very account I believe

Spigen Ultra Slim Fast Wireless/Waterproof Charger £9.99 prime / £14.48 non prime Sold by Spigen and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
It’s back. This deal was posted a few days ago, but more stock seems to be available. [Associate Memeber of Qi Membership] Spigen Essential’s Wireless Charger supports Qi, a new … Read more
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Now back at £12.99


Think we getting confused here, It will be using the lightning cable but it now has wireless charging. I dont think they support fast charge yet so im happy just getting the better branded one that doesnt include the adapter and just connect it to a normal usb plug. As you said the only thing that would be missing is the fast charge and as its not supported it wont be needed :) Just need a good quality wireless charger pad :)


If the iPhone x still uses the Lightning cable then I don't think this will plug straight in. I get mine today so will let you know what cable needs to plug in to the pad.


The connector though is just micro usb to usb? If so the apple plug will be fine as thats usb :)


I don't have an iPhone x, but am sure the official charger that comes with it will be fast, not convinced the iPhone connector will fit this pad .... So you may need to buy a new cable.

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Zagg ignition 12000mAh portable charger at 7dayshop for £9.99
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
12000mAh, 2usb ports, led torch, 2.1A rapid charge. 9.99 including p&p.
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Hmm a lithium battery named ignition. Enjoy your flight


If you look at the comments made before, as the deal was posted a month ago, there are some comments about the brand. I do not know this brand but people seem to suggest it is known/good brand.


Good deal, voted hot, tempted but don't need it. If you think is too expensive, NEW2 for new customers, get 2%. Add 2.60% TCB, and you'll get it about £0.45 cheaper:)) However, this is a comment left a month ago about this item (was posted before on HUKD): slliw 12th Jul Mine arrived, its a lot bigger then i expected almost the same size as my 27000mah one. Also its not the standard micro usb cable charger its the slightly larger one so thats kind of annoying


Aye good deal.


Fair enough guy's, that's cool, lol.

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Belkin boost up wireless charger 7.5w iPhone and QI devices - £24.99 @ Argos
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Unclutter your space and simplify charging with the boost-up wireless charging pad. Belkin worked with Apple to engineer an efficient and high-speed charging pad for iPhone X, iPho… Read more
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this is what you get


For those on O2 you can get this for the same price through the Priority app - using a code to buy directly from O2 either online or instore.



Argos have it wrong. It’s in the q&a on the website. Plus I’m pretty sure there isn’t a 5w model.


The wireless chargers that are half the price don't come with an AC adaptor and you need a quick charge AC adaptor to get the faster 7.5W charging, so this is a good price when you factor in that it comes with the AC adaptor.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 42mm Pre Order £279 @ Carphone Warehouse, Preorder Before 6th Sept Get A Free Wireless Charger Duo worth £89.
Refreshed 10th AugRefreshed 10th Aug06/09/2018 at 23:00Expires on 06/09/2018 at 23:00
Spotted this on Carphone website whilst looking for at the new Note. Brand new Samsung Galaxy watch announced yesterday at £279 with a free duo wireless charger worth £89. Seems li… Read more
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Yeah, Wear OS watches prioritise the "smart" functionality over being a watch or fitness tracker. If you want a decent watch or fitness tracker Samsung or Garmin are a better bet. I recently got a Garmin Vivosport actually, which I'm wearing on my right wrist, and will wear the 42mm black Galaxy watch on my left wrist. From my no fitness trackers/smartwatches to two, heh.


As someone who's currently looking to move away from Wear OS, here's a few warnings. My Huawei watch is quite laggy with the Wear OS 2.0, I've even disabled "okay google" voice activation. The battery drain has suddenly been terrible, especially since I upgraded to Android P on my Pixel 2. My google fit experience hasn't been good either, my steps on the watch (when i go for a jog) never gets added to the phone defeats the points of tracking anything. Yes, Wear OS has a lot of useful apps. But I never find myself using any of them other than fitness related apps and calendar maybe. I am personally looking to move away from Wear OS to something simpler e.g. Garmin or this Galaxy watch. Unless Google fixes all of the above problems, I'd recommend people do the same.


I bought the 46 version direct from Samsung with free duo charger. 0% interest.


That's the problem for me with most smartwatches. Hopefully at some point they'll figure out some ultra low-power mode that uses basically nothing for overnight sleep tracking.


Thank for your reply mate.

Oneplus dash charger - £5 (+£1.50 delivery) @ CeX
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Oneplus dash charger, this cost £16 on 1+ website for charger only, or £27 for charger with cable. Cex sells charger for £5 and charger with cable for £10. Picture taken yesterda… Read more

Afraid not, still just have the original


Have you (or anyone else) bought any OP cables which do offer dash charging? Obviously you can buy them direct from OP but if there's anywhere else cheaper I'd love to know! Cheers!


I'm pretty sure you're wrong. It's either 100cm or 1.5m. Check 1+ website.


I am pretty sure the official oneplus cable is around 60 cm's long i'm sure it's not 1 meter.....looks to be a official charger and a unofficial dash cable.....


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Samsung Galaxy Watch Pre Order 46mm £299 / 42mm £279 @Samsung, Preorder Before 6th Sept Get A Free Wireless Charger Duo worth £89.
Refreshed 13th AugRefreshed 13th Aug
Pre Order the new Samsung watch and get a free charger worth £89. Just noticed at checkout you can also trade your current watch in for a further discount if you wanted to...
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The award for the most dramatic and over the top post goes to..... lol


Yeh - I got an S3 in the recent Amazon Prime deal thinking it couldn't be that bad, but was beyond shocked when I actually saw the apps available myself - wow - so bad it's unbelievable, it's like a sick joke - their app store is like a nightmare you can't wake up from (and to think this is 2 years after launch!?). They are totally obsessed with watch faces and don't seem to care about anything else. After being shocked by the total lack of apps, I decided to get rid of the watch and was planning to get the newer model thinking it wouldn't have Tizen and would have tons of decent apps, but then that comes out with the same Tizen garbage and yet even more watch faces. It was actually hilarious watching the Samsung live presentations online going on about 35,000+ watch faces for the new Galaxy watch - my heart sank - it's the last thing anyone needed from the new version. People need apps not more stupid watch faces. Using the Gear S3 reminded me of the Blackberry Playbook - that was a fantastic tablet (better tech than the competition) but had hardly any decent apps and completely failed because of it. It doesn't matter how good the tech is - it's all about the apps and software - these companies never learn and are still pushing their own OS onto people. As a result of the terrible app support I have decided to abandon Samsung watches which is not something I expected given I have a Samsung phone - they have really messed up with this new watch IMO.


Car phone warehouse. Its actually amazing the offer is. Well amazing compared to the ridiculous prices put on for high end smartphones. The note 9 ticks most if not all boxes one could want.


If they were really smart they’d have colluded together so there was no obvious leader in smartphones and share the profits between them. Obviously collusion is illegal and thus very difficult to organise but it can be done. 5G is all the rage in the UK but Japan has had it for ages and its covered up. Stagnation has its benefits I suppose. Just not for the consumer.


There aren't any offers on the Note 9 right? Would like to get one, in need of an upgrade. Might wait for dual sim though.

Anker 6-port 60W USB Charger - Sold by Anker Direct / Fulfilled by Amazon - £16.14 Prime / £21.09 non-Prime
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Deal of the day, ends 8.40pm white: £16.14 black: £19.54 Fast Charging Technology: PowerIQ and VoltageBoost combine to provide the fastest possible charge up to 2.4 amps per po… Read more

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I have one of these and it’s brilliant, had mine for around 2 years? Never an issue works perfectly.

Worx Hydroshot - Extension Lance/Hose/Battery/Charger & Bag - £94 @ Amazon
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Portable Li-On battery powered pressure washer, far from powerful enough to clean your patio or decking but perfect for bikes, the car, the caravan or camper. Portable enough to ta… Read more

Great price for this, well summarised by the op. Bought one at the start of the year and is brilliant for washing cars/bikes I even used it to do the steps and it came up well. I would recommend this, just manage your expectations what with it being battery operated. The bottle adapter is brilliant and fits a 1.75l bottle perfectly.


Good price on a pointless product - from a WORX fan!

New Bright RC Charger Jeep 1:18 391/6610 £10.99 @ Argos Free C+C
31/12/2018Expires on 31/12/2018Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Rule the road with the New Bright RC Charger Jeep 1:18. With the easy to use charger, you can plug it into any USB port and within an hour your jeep is ready for all the acti… Read more

Perfect timing OP. Cheers.


Thank you just ordered two for Christmas.


Thanks OP, got good reviews and a great price. Heat added. Into the Christmas pile it goes! (y)

7dayshop Pro Series Intelligent LCD AA AAA NiMH and 18650, 14500 Li-Ion Battery Charger - MultiSmart 3000 £13.99 @ 7dayshop
Found 5th AugFound 5th Aug
Price includes delivery. These are way better for your batteries than the cheap chargers you can buy.
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Universal Intelligent LCD NiMH Li-ion 18350 18650 26650 IMR AAA AA IMR Charger can charge both AA and Li-ion batteries at 2000ma, it accepts C and D size cells. The charger also features a 2.1A high output USB power. Will this be another good option?


Pro DS-SC1000 SUPER FAST Battery Charger has also discharge and refresh function. Even it always been this price, looks like better value for money.


In all honesty I've only had this charger since early November last year so can't comment on longevity. So far I'm pleased with it though


2 years so far, placed batteries in it every few days so far, always putting 4 in at a time.


how long have you had it? Concerned by posters saying it died after two years

RAVPower USB C PD car charger £4.99 prime / £9.48 without prime @ Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 4th AugFound 4th Aug
Prime users can use the current promotion available to get for £4.99 inc free delivery. Non-prime users have to pay an additional £5ish delivery charge. This has the usb C st… Read more
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It won't trigger quick charge, but it will still charge 5v at 2a, which is very very decent anyway. The difference may not be that much more in real life use cases.


Would this fast charge a galaxy Note 8?


You get the superior fast charge though


Problem is this isn’t £5


For the last year or so I've started buying Choetech instead of Anker and found the quality to be even better and cheaper. I have the following for my Pixel 2: CHOETECH USB Type C Car Charger with Power Delivery And it works fantastically and has QC 3 so does fast charge (adaptive fast charge, ie QC 2 for Samsung phones) as well as PD for USB type C connections


The capacity for cost isn't high enough. I've paid between £6 and £14 for 10,000 mAH from the likes of Xiaomi, Anker and Aukey over the years.


it is a colour suitable for girls or men with feminine chromosome I think.


Why cold?

Targus 10W Super Fast USB Power Adapter with UK 3 Pin & Extra European Wall Plug for iPad, Tablets, Kindle, iPhone, Android etc £5 @ Asda
LocalLocalFound 1st AugFound 1st Aug
Targus 10W Super Fast USB Power Adapter with UK 3 Pin Wall Plug for iPad, Tablets, Kindle, iPhone, Android etc Comes with extra 2 Pin European Wall Plug which is quite handy if y… Read more
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Universal Hand-cranked Manual USB Port Charger £2.29 Delivered at Tomtop
Found 31st JulFound 31st Jul
Kids forever running out of battery for their phones and tablets? Are you just SICK of the endless fights for which one gets charged next? No more! Introducing the latest in USB r… Read more

Showing as £3.05.


Very true :)


Now this is a great way to occupy the kids whilst on holiday - "you just have to wind this up for 3 hours to charge your phone - you have to do it for 3 hours mind, if you stop you have to start all over again"


I think you are onto something.


How many of these would I need, connected serially, to charge an electric vehicle? Maybe I could then get a diesel/petrol powered generator, hook it up to a motor that would then turn the crank, continuously.

Bush Smartphone Micro USB In Car Charger £2.99 @ Argos (C+C)
Found 30th JulFound 30th Jul
ake sure your smartphone's got plenty of battery when you reach your destination with this in car charger from Bush. Simply plug-in to the cigarette lighter port and the micro USB … Read more
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What phone is this charger is used for


Bought one of these to charge my phone in the car. It threw out so much static I could not get any radio stations on car radio. Changed it for a different 2 port charger and problem disappeared


Not bad but I have seen different ones for cheaper but this is a great price


How long does it ake to charge? Asking for a friend...


I got crappy cheap ones of these for years then invested in an anker model off amazon for about 8 quid well worth it in the long run. The cheap ones fell apart and charged slowly

IPLAY Four Charging Dock Charger Stand for Nintendo Switch Joy-Con - £4.58 delivered @ Tomtop
17/08/2018Expires on 17/08/2018Found 30th JulFound 30th Jul
Spotted this and thought it was perfect for those who picked up the £30 Joycon pair deal the other day, or if you are just lucky enough to have multiple Switches in your home. No … Read more

Im sure it's a good deal but for the sake of any potential faff and delays as it's from the states I'd personally get something similar from Amazon for £1.40 more

WORX Cordless 20v hammer drill with 2x batteries, charger and rigid toolcase complete with wide range of drills, screwdriver bits, etc.  3 year warranty!  Down from £129.99 to £89.99 (saving £40 - 30%) at Argos
Found 29th JulFound 29th Jul
I've had great service from a range of WORX tools including this hammer drill, though mine didn't come with the comprehensive toolcase set. This looks like pretty much everything … Read more

The hook and loop pad on my eight year old WORX palm sander was worn out. I asked them where I could get a new one and they sent me one FoC within 48hrs. I'm pleased to be able to say that's the only aftersales service I've had need of. :D


That's decent of them, and it's about time some of the big boys took note and followed suit. I don't have a downer on Worx, it's just their prices are unrealistic; they're selling DIY tools for nigh-on professional tool prices. They're just not built to the same quality spec and they don't have the back-up support demanding of a tool of their price. The warranty is the best example of that; if they were built to withstand daily hammer then they would back them for trade use because it would be a selling point, but they don't because they're not. Now I know you'll say "but their target market won't be giving them daily hammer", but that's not the point- it's scalable. If the warranty covers three years of sporadic use, then what lifespan has it realistically got? Hard to say obviously, but maybe five years? Maybe ten of very little use? Under the same usage then, what would be the predicted lifespan of a tool guaranteed for three years of daily, heavy use? Probably a lifetime. So when there's only ten quid between them why would you choose the one that is clearly not as well made? Then you've got spare parts support. I had to replace the back fence on my twelve-year-old Makita mitre saw last year. No probs, £8 and readily available. I just picked up a Makita planer for a tenner because it needed a new drive belt- again, no probs. On the contrary as far as I am aware you can't buy Worx spares anywhere; when it's dead it's dead. Positec have already discontinued their Worx Pro line save for a few saws, their Worx 2ah 12v batteries, and their 4ah Erbauer, along with a good chunk of the 12V range of tools. I wouldn't be surprised to see them disappear altogether before long, leaving anyone invested in that platform and needing a new battery screwed. I have absolutely no faith in them as a company (from my own dealing with them) and so again, when there's a tenner between them why choose the tool that you know has no support and so a limited lifespan? Then on top of all that you've got the price of batteries and (fast) chargers; even if the tools themselves were good value to start with, the minute you start to buy anything extra you're really paying through the nose, and that's where they've got you. If Worx stuff was half the price it is we wouldn't be having this debate, but it's not and so it's not good value and no doubt we'll continue to battle over it :D


I asked WORX about the charger warranty. Here's the reply: "Thank you for your email. I can confirm that your warranty does include the chargers. If we are able to assist you further please do not hesitate to contact us. Kind Regards Hannah Minhinnett Worx Helpline T: +44 (0) 345 202 9679" Looks like WORX may be your third notable exception and the warranty is better than Bosch's. I don't think the other brands are poor and nor do I think WORX are perfect but you seem to have a real downer on WORX which I don't think is fair. For a typical DIY user they offer good kit at good value prices (in my opinion) and it looks like they support it with their warranty too. I've bought several items directly from them through their ebay store when they had particularly good offers: very quick delivery and when, on one ocassion, their on-line description had a small, unintended error they were amazingly generous in their attempt to put it right.




I said "not many companies warranty chargers beyond the obligatory 12 months". That wasn't a slur against Worx but a statement of fact regarding most manufacturers; they are generally quite explicit about excluding chargers from extended warranties, two notable exceptions being Bosch (2 years) and Metabo (3 years). The Worx guarantee states that it excludes accessories, so as I said, this is down to whether they class a charger as an accessory or not. There is a different version of the warranty wording - one that has a UK service number as opposed to the one that you posted that has a US number - and on this version it is a bit more explicit about excluding accessories while at the same time being more vague about what exactly constitutes an accessory.

Belkin home charger 2.4 Amp @ Sainsbury's in store - £3
Found 25th JulFound 25th Jul
I picked two of these useful USB chargers that are idea for phones or tablets for £3.00. It had been £10.00 A great price for a branded charger. I got mine from the Wakefield (T… Read more

I've had a belkin one for years and never had an issues. Will have to see how these one goes. I guess £3 each it's hardly the end of the world. (lol)


No I bought the anker one same price omg the quality is no comparable


In CEX they have a 48 hour return policy onto a voucher (in store) that's kept low key. They said that some people try to abuse it though by trying to finish computer games fast and keep swapping them umpteen times for another one. They do keep records though and ban those customers eventually.


Lol, I guess so ... "I once knew a girl that bought clothes and tucked in the price tag so ever week she got a free new set of clothes to wear every week on her night out. Tut tut." The infamous 'American Dream R Us' comes to the UK, huh?. Hmmmmmmmmmmmm, I remember such 'habits' being ALWAYYYYS highlighted in things like Beverly Hills 90210, Clueless, and such like, going wayyyyyy back already ... And only for it to then emerge it's 'head' here, x-Years later?. :-D It looks like even with the passing of much 'time', nowt all really changes after all I guess? (regardless of where we are ... ) lol.


Sorry that your store didn't have any left. I guess it's going to be some stores will have lots and others none. It's rare that I find decent bargains in Sainsbury's. (lol)

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