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John Lewis Shine Wall Clock, Silver was £15 now £4 + £3.50 del (free c&c if order over £30)
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Excellent value, and nice and clear with Arabic numerals, this white-faced round wall clock with quartz movement is encased in shiny chrome finish metal. Diameter 20.5cm & 2 ye… Read more

Does not even adjust time by itself. Buy a radio clock instead. Dont just lick the brand name .


9 is upside down


Totally agree - that would really annoy me - all the numbers should be vertical


Great price - with a 2 year guarantee as well


Got it ta 😁👌

The Gro Company Gro-Clock Sleep Trainer £13.99 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Prime day deal
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Yeah, I do think there is a sweet spot for introducing it to your kid. Like if we were to introduce it now (when the child is 6 or 7) I think we'd be laughed out of it as they're already a bit too independent. I think we did it when our first was 3 and wasn't yet able or willing to go downstairs by himself.


Our kid just realised that if he woke up early, he had telly all to himself


Ours did that at first as well. He eventually realised though that it was pointless getting up before the sun came up on the clock.


Our kid found it pointless. He just ignored it, and woke up and went about his business. Tried it, found it useless. Great if it worked for yours, though.


My 7 year old (and 5 year old) still use it! It's definitely a product where if you haven't tried it, you'll knock it, but anyone I know who has tried it, loves it. I'd also agree with comments on the ease of use. The actual idea is better than the execution - my wife still can't set the time on it!. I wish Gro (or someone else) would come out with a version that's easier to use.

Basic Clock/Radio Alarm am/fm £2.50 @ Sainsburys Braehead Glasgow
LocalLocalFound 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Basic own brand clock/radio. AM/FM, mains operated with snooze button. Seen in store at Sainsbury's Braehead, Glasgow.

Picked one of these up in the Kingsgate Sainsburys in East Kilbride. Loads on the shelf but there was no price ticket for them, did scan for £2.50 though. Was just about to buy one at Argos so I’m happy!!


Great find! Thanks for taking the time to share. Heat :)

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31/07/2018Expires on 31/07/2018Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
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1\2 Price : Elliptical Black Alarm Clock now £4.99 @ Argos (free C&C)
Found 14th JulFound 14th Jul
Elliptical black alarm clock.plugs into the mains ( or battery operated ) buzzer alarm,snooze function,easy set up. £4.99 was £9.99
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Yes certainly I did...but my mistake that I deleted the e-receipt and they were not willing to take it back. Lesson learnt the hard way that always ask for paper receipt and keep hold of it.


within 1 year so take back for replacement ;)


Bought one and was only able to use for a couple of months before it suddenly stopped.


Just bought one,can hardly hear the alarm,it's going back.


I've got a Sony one I'm still using from 1993. (lol)

AMD FX 8350 Black Edition "Vishera" CPU (8 Core, AM3+, Clock 4.0 GHz, Turbo 4.2 GHz, 8 MB L3 Cache, 125 W) - £69.97 @ Amazon
Found 13th JulFound 13th Jul
AMD FX 8350 Black Edition"Vishera" CPU (8 Core, AM3+, Clock 4.0 GHz, Turbo 4.2 GHz, 8 MB L3 Cache, 125 W)
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I've an old 990FXA-ud3 rev 1.1 and the VRM heatsink is laughable at best, took gigabyte 5 revisions to get it right. Always ran hot but was stable, never really overclocked the chip even though it was liquid cooled due shoddy vrm cooling. The i7 8700k runs at around 40-78c when overclocked to 5.2GHz whilst my fx8350 ran around 40c its entire life, took some time getting used to the high tempts of the i7.


I initially had the 9850 or whatever the top spec 220W chip was... I had to get rid of it as the temps where mental, and the thing kept shutting down :S


£20 cheaper here than when I brought it 3 months back. When you invested in a £200+ mobo and £200+ in RAM, sometimes a new CPU is all you need to squeeze an extra couple of years out of the build...


I've got this in my 5 year old build - I really need a new build!


Main thing to watch out for on the fx8350 is vrm temps. A lot of the 990fxa boards have crap vrm cooling so they tend to get really toasty (horror)

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Is it time for a new clock in your life? Acctim 74312 Parona Radio Controlled Wall Clock, White £7.99 prime / £13.84 non prime @ Amazon
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
It is time for a new clock for me, have always fancied a radio controlled one, 7.99 prime, thought it was a bargain, no more farting about changing summer winter time, happy days..
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Maybe so, maybe I like it that way, also, there's lots less stress in my life :D


Maybe those things keep you single ;)


Lol, haven't got one, but do have things that I like around the house


Think before buying, will your wife like it? :/ (cheeky)


Just went up to £9.35 whilst I was looking at the page........!

Upto 50% off toy sale eg Vtech Alpha-Gator was £19.99 now £9.99, ELC wooden teaching clock was £16 now £8 more in OP @ Mothercare
Found 6th JulFound 6th Jul
Good toy sale on at Mothercare at the moment. Great for my little one's first birthday in August! Free click and collect to store on any order value or free home delivery on order… Read more
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I pick up this stuff for 50p from a carboot, there's loads of it. Bring some batteries and you can test there and then.


Thank you :)



Acctim Zenith Radio Controlled LCD Alarm Clock, Black  £8.40 @ John Lewis + £2 collection or free if spend over £30
Found 4th JulFound 4th Jul
Chick in a few extra bits for either free delivery or collection and then return the unwanted parts for a refund. FREE Standard delivery on orders over £50 £3.50 for orders und… Read more

Buy something for £8.40 and "chick" in another £41.60 worth of items for free delivery (skeptical)


We’ve got two of these no way are they £28 this is about the normal price! Cold




Wrong clock, different price

Sainsbury's home clock radio scanning at £2.50 Sainsbury's mansfield
LocalLocalFound 30th JunFound 30th Jun
Reduced to £4 on shelve but scanning at £2.50 worth that to keep in as a spare

Yep, every time your galaxy is out of charge ...


is the processor faster than my galaxy s9?


Standalone alarm clocks, in my experience, never fail to go off for when you set them. Smart phones do.


Always love seeing these, my Nanna has one exactly the same that must be fifty years old... still does the job. Just because your smartphone can do it, doesn't mean this can't do it better :)


What does it do ? :|

Radio controlled wall clock now £8.49 @ Argos
Found 21st JunFound 21st Jun
Precision radio controlled red wall clock now down to 1\2 price,good reviews £8.49 Silver available but slightly dearer @ £10.99[157… Read more
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Bought one, it's nice. Thanks OP!


Update: happy with it. Found a signal within 10 minutes. Nice red colour. Very quiet (almost silent) tick, which I personally miss but is probably a plus for a lot of people! Might buy more.


Ah yes, I recall on some cheap radio control clocks the minute hand only moves every 20 seconds. But that in itself doesn't make them any less accurate (assuming there's a second hand as well), after all on a digital clock the hour digit only changes once an hour. And if all the hands are pointing at 12 at 12:00 that just indicates sloppy assembly. If you can be bothered you can often take the cover off and move the hands slightly on their pins in order to adjust them properly.


and at 12:00 both hands are never exactly at 12:00.


No way, the minute hand is never where it should be on a radio controlled clock with hands. FACT.

Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Gigabyte Ultra Durable VGA GV-N1080IX-8GD GeForce GTX 1080 Graphic Card - 1.63 GHz Core - 1.77 GHz Boost Clock - 8 GB GDDR5X - 256 bit Bus Width - Fan Cooler - OpenGL 4.5, DirectX … Read more
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I mean, some people genuinely want small form factor rigs. That's what this card caters for. I don't see the disconnect. These cards serve a very real, very niche portion of the market, and carry a price premium accordingly. Seems fine to me.


or you know wait until you can find it cheaper and keep building the system you wanted in the first place


This card is made for greedy sellers.... if you have a tiny case... u really should not be wasting your money on this.... first priority... get a bigger case.


1080s have been getting close to £400 recently; unless you need the form factor, this is a poor price.


These miniITX cards are great for a very specific purpose, and you should expect to pay more for them. The 1080 is also the highest I would go for an air cooled miniITX card - the 1080ti ones are just too power hungry and too hot to take full advantage of the GPU's capacity IMO. So this is actually a decent card for someone building a high performance SFF build, and one of the highest performing available. And they rightly do come with a slight price premium as the SFF cards are a super niche market which require custom everything (cooler/PCB/etc). All of that said, this is still on the high side of what I would pay for one of these, so I'm not voting. You can get the gtx1070 version for £89 less, which makes this a hard sell. It's not 25% faster. The 1070ti Zotac miniITX model is £60 cheaper too. Anyway ...

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