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Be the Captain of your own Enterprise: Air Hogs - 6027406 - Star Trek USS Enterprise - NCC1701-A - Remote Control - Light and Sound  £51.79 Sold by Collectors Kingdom and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Fly your own Enterprise! Everyone who's a Star Trek fan has wanted to command the Enterprise, now's your chance. Nice price reduction too. I love the safety warning! "Safety Warnin… Read more
do I need it,....no but I so want this
It started well I thought. But how many alternatate universes can a series have!
^^Well a bit like the last SW movie, none of these new takes on old Sci franchises are for older fans now, they are for the phone and tablet generation who have the attention span of goldfish if not looking at either for more than 30 seconds, so that is why these new shows are all shiny with explosions but have no real story or charactors you actually have any interest in, i mean in Discovery i don't think there is one charactor you could kill off that would make a difference to the show, they are all just so bland. lol
It's great! Shame the new series is pants...
Defiant please
Enterprise Car Club - £25 for 24 Hours with no deposit
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The special rate vehicles are back after going missing over Christmas and after looking at the booking system it doesn't just seem to be the smaller cars this time around either th… Read more
Tj1418 h, 14 m ago

It's all about perspective I guess. I remember the first time I saw …It's all about perspective I guess. I remember the first time I saw Enterprise's £750 and thought "Wow that's cheap!" after coming from Hertz 24/7's car club who charged young people a whopping £1550 excess plus a £250 upfront deposit to use their cars or vans.Have you tried contacting Co-Wheels and requesting a car? They'd have to speak to the council to get parking spaces and permits unless a local residence or company with a good location can offer a parking space, but I've been speaking to their fleet guy recently and they just put in an order to Toyota and Renault for some more new cars. They have the availability so now is definitely the time to ask!Be warned - Co-Wheels cars do get a bit annoying as you can't keep the car key during the booking. You have to log in and out with the smart card to lock and unlock. Especially if you're like me and often running back and forth carrying heavy items into or out of the car.


Yep I left some suggested locations and my email address via their website. At the moment enterprise are the only car club operatives in Bradford, and even they have only 2 or 3 bays. Honestly I don't really need the service personally, was more for a younger newly passed sibling that wants to get on the road occasionally, thought this may be a great way to have a car occasionally without investing ridiculous money into owning their own
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109place7 h, 38 m ago

£750. This can be reduced to £100 if you pay £10/month waiver free. En …£750. This can be reduced to £100 if you pay £10/month waiver free. Enterprise are expensiveCo-wheels excess is lower, closer to £250, with a lower £5 monthly fee (which isn't payable if you spend more than £5 on car hire in that month). Saying that it all comes down to availability and location. Co- wheels have nothing within 50 miles of my location, enterprise have one car within 1mile of my home


It's all about perspective I guess. I remember the first time I saw Enterprise's £750 and thought "Wow that's cheap!" after coming from Hertz 24/7's car club who charged young people a whopping £1550 excess plus a £250 upfront deposit to use their cars or vans.

Have you tried contacting Co-Wheels and requesting a car? They'd have to speak to the council to get parking spaces and permits unless a local residence or company with a good location can offer a parking space, but I've been speaking to their fleet guy recently and they just put in an order to Toyota and Renault for some more new cars. They have the availability so now is definitely the time to ask!

Be warned - Co-Wheels cars do get a bit annoying as you can't keep the car key during the booking. You have to log in and out with the smart card to lock and unlock. Especially if you're like me and often running back and forth carrying heavy items into or out of the car.
kebabthief7 h, 33 m ago

What's the excess?


£750. This can be reduced to £100 if you pay £10/month waiver free. Enterprise are expensive

Co-wheels excess is lower, closer to £250, with a lower £5 monthly fee (which isn't payable if you spend more than £5 on car hire in that month). Saying that it all comes down to availability and location. Co- wheels have nothing within 50 miles of my location, enterprise have one car within 1mile of my home
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What's the excess?
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intime2 h, 9 m ago

You should probably add it somewhere in the post, as it's an important …You should probably add it somewhere in the post, as it's an important point. Even with the subscription, this is still a great offer. Thank you for posting.Also don't forget the £15 driving credit for new customers VCLOUD15


Edited in the rolling membership fees yesterday to make that clearer to others looking at the deal. I'll add in the vouchercloud(?) driving credit offer too. Thanks for pointing it out!

It's a shame that referral codes aren't allowed on HUKD from what I can see. We'd both get more than £15 each that way.
Samsung 15TB SSD - Enterprise Class SAS 2.5" SSD £9118.80 @ Scan
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Grab this Christmas special and ascend to true glory. Hopefully enough storage to house your whole private movie collection Bargain. I've ordered 10 for eBay ;)
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12GB/s .. impressive
Remove the 2nd digit and it's more reasonable.
funny that this is so hot
Ben_W-112312076336689009116th Dec

https://www.senetic.co.uk/product/MZILS15THMLS-00003£8,163 here, an extra …https://www.senetic.co.uk/product/MZILS15THMLS-00003£8,163 here, an extra £1,000 cheaper. Come on post real deals will ya ;p Not gonna vote hot since it's probably never been higher than the £9120 price posted.



Sorry OP I am voting your post cold. Comparatively not value for money
vulcanproject18 h, 36 m ago

Says the person who has failed to provide the answer to a straightforward …Says the person who has failed to provide the answer to a straightforward request to show precisely where a certain car is for sale under the price quoted.Then somehow imagine it to be an aggressive reply, without any basis whatsoever!I can read and when I make claims I usually back them up with evidence. So far you have provided none. £9750 isn't less than £9118.80. 'At £10k' isn't less than £9118.80. Not only can I read I can do basic maths you seem to be struggling with here. I'm waiting for your deal of a new Corsa under £9118.80. I guess I'll be waiting quite a long time.


Lol, looks like you need some help with understanding English - fine.

My original comment: "Corsa is around that price, and sometimes cheaper." Note the words AROUND and SOMETIMES, not "less" or "at the moment".

A Corsa is around that price, at £9.7k RRP, before any discounts, which is definitely available on a Corsa, as rightly pointed out by @CoeK . But regardless of whether it's available or not, £9.7k is around £9k.

And it's most definitely sometimes cheaper. As I previously suggested - which you clearly unable to understand - just search Corsas on this website and you'll find plenty, it's really not rocket science.

At first I just thought you didn't read it carefully, which I just let go. But after repeated hints you clearly don't understand English. Geez, I always thought my English is crap as it isn't even my first language

And you said you can read? Haha, nice joke. Go get some education, and stop wasting our time.
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Used Star Trek Enterprise - The full Journey (blu-ray) at Cex £29.50 (including postage)
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This is cheap! Even for second-hand. The only disadvantage of buying from Cex is paperwork eg booklets may be missing. Fortunately as this is a recent series it hasn't been necessa… Read more
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kevtaylor170125 m ago

Voted hot for the deal but.....so much potential, so disappointing. Worst …Voted hot for the deal but.....so much potential, so disappointing. Worst last episode of any TV show and that includes Lost. It was like the people making the show actually hated it.



I've heard it was bad. I never saw it, but I enjoyed many of the other episodes. I'll watch it over Christmas I think
Voted hot for the deal but.....so much potential, so disappointing. Worst last episode of any TV show and that includes Lost. It was like the people making the show actually hated it.
jasee3 h, 53 m ago

Well I've had a good look round Amazon uk where no one has gone before …Well I've had a good look round Amazon uk where no one has gone before (it's amazing what people will apparently pay for VHS copies) and if it was there, it doesn't appear to be here now for anywhere near that price, but good luck for you


Yeah I think I was lucky, it was originally advertised at £6 on Amazon but I did another search at the time and managed to get it for £3.62 each From Zoom. I don’t know why it was so cheap at the time but about half an hour later both amazon and Zoom had put the price back up to like £30 odd.... was strange.
PhilQuirke11 h, 35 m ago

It’s on Netflix and for £30 you could get 5 months of Netflix



Blu ray has on average five times the bit rate of netflix, the quality would be nowhere near as good.
Edited by: "dijital" 29th Nov 2017
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StolenDiagram58 m ago

Apologies, it was 6quid not 8 quid I got it for off Amazon. …Apologies, it was 6quid not 8 quid I got it for off Amazon. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/star-trek-enterprise-the-full-journey-blu-ray-for-625-on-amazon-2703718



Bloody annoying How did I miss that?
Citren Berlingo Van Enterprise £1236.82 initial rental £103.07 p/m 24 months £3710.50 @ Fleet prices
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I Just found this when searching for a van its through a company called Fleet prices. not sure how this site works but I couldnt see another offer like this anywhere so thought I … Read more
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eslick9th Nov

For a small business which doesn’t travel about all day but goes to a s …For a small business which doesn’t travel about all day but goes to a single place of business and sits for most of the day and does occasional deliveries and maybe cash and carry type runs 10k would be enough. Using it as white van man you are right.


I just called and got Catherine Macmullan there, She is looking after this deal, asked them to up the mileage to what I needed they still came out about £40 a month less than any other offer I could find also I checked the delivery mileage question turns out its the finance provider which determines if the delivery is part of the deal or the contract starts from delivered miles , so its different for different deals .... on these vans she said this finance provider allows for delivery mileage up to 150 miles, then it comes off allowance. but the excess is small (mines 3.87 pence per mile over...)so even if you did over shoot the damage will be minimal She did say though there are only 50 so its first come first served once they are gone thats it back u to standard prices.
I'll look like postman pat driving that.
Zuulan49 m ago

I've currently have a Skoda Yeti from Fleetprices. It took over 6 months …I've currently have a Skoda Yeti from Fleetprices. It took over 6 months to arrive but I don't think that was their fault. A word of warning about them though. They will deliver the vehicle by driving it to you from whatever dealer they use. The mileage used in the delivery to you is part of your 8,000 miles allowance!Mine came from Wales and had 200 miles on it and they are insistent that I now only have 7,800 to use before incurring extra mileage charges!


I'd dispute that all the way to court. Your agreement is for your use, not theirs!
mchu6am44 h, 42 m ago

Totally agree regarding mileage for a commercial vehicle!




I've currently have a Skoda Yeti from Fleetprices. It took over 6 months to arrive but I don't think that was their fault.

A word of warning about them though. They will deliver the vehicle by driving it to you from whatever dealer they use. The mileage used in the delivery to you is part of your 8,000 miles allowance!

Mine came from Wales and had 200 miles on it and they are insistent that I now only have 7,800 to use before incurring extra mileage charges!
wendyak1 h, 47 m ago

its a good deal until you get to annual mileage...seems too low for a …its a good deal until you get to annual mileage...seems too low for a commercial to me ..


mchu6am41 h, 8 m ago

Totally agree regarding mileage for a commercial vehicle!



For a small business which doesn’t travel about all day but goes to a single place of business and sits for most of the day and does occasional deliveries and maybe cash and carry type runs 10k would be enough. Using it as white van man you are right.
Star Trek Enterprise Complete DVD Box Set @ Zoom £20 (use code get it for £18)
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Make a good Xmas present. The complete series on DVD. Zoom's deal of the day. Use code SIGNUP10 to get this for £18 delivered. Next cheapest £26.99 @ Zavvi
TehJumpingJawa4 h, 8 m ago

Star Trek: Enterprise; former holder of "The worst Star Trek show"Now? It …Star Trek: Enterprise; former holder of "The worst Star Trek show"Now? It looks pretty good




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Star Trek: Enterprise; former holder of "The worst Star Trek show"

Now? It looks pretty good
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Star Trek Enterprise Season 3 Bluray New - £1 @ Poundland
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Brand new sealed in Poundland!! Cex give £5 cash or £8 credit and sell it for £12! Other titles worth a mention: Heroes Season 1 Bluray World of warcraft Bluray Mad max Fury Roa… Read more
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Dave.Gas12 h, 50 m ago

Wrong shop. Poundland


So many Poundthis and Poundthat - irrespective, the Newcastle stores never get them. Thats the standard
PhilK27th Oct

Of course they're never in Newcastle Poundstretchers and I don't expect to …Of course they're never in Newcastle Poundstretchers and I don't expect to find these - the last decent series before the braindead politically correct whining feminazis took over for Discovery


Wrong shop. Poundland
Johnmcl729th Oct

Oh I remembered that it was a prequel alright, the problem was the …Oh I remembered that it was a prequel alright, the problem was the directors, writers and yourself appeared to forget that. Aside from the utterly stupid and lazy ship design and trashing most of the star trek history (which a die hard trek fan should know), the storylines were just bad. When they finally decided to stop ignoring the star trek fans and cater for them again bringing back storylines from Voyager it got a heck of a lot better.You're the only star trek fan (or actually anyone at all) that I've come who has claimed they liked the first two series.



It was refreshing to see how everything was created. How the warp drive was created, how Earth managed to get warp drive to work, how forcefields were created , stun guns , holodeck came about etc.

Because of the other moaning die hard fans, we had to wait 12 frikking years for a Star Trek show!
And, Discovery so far is dull... Even the copycat, The Orville is more interesting.
Edited by: "zworld" 30th Oct 2017
Johnmcl73 h, 44 m ago

Oh I remembered that it was a prequel alright, the problem was the …Oh I remembered that it was a prequel alright, the problem was the directors, writers and yourself appeared to forget that. Aside from the utterly stupid and lazy ship design and trashing most of the star trek history (which a die hard trek fan should know), the storylines were just bad. When they finally decided to stop ignoring the star trek fans and cater for them again bringing back storylines from Voyager it got a heck of a lot better.You're the only star trek fan (or actually anyone at all) that I've come who has claimed they liked the first two series.



I think you'll find many individuals liked the whole series and don't feel they had to compare it to everything else that came before. I personally enjoyed it for what it was and was thankful that it occasionally had the balls to try something new. Plus, I'm an old Quantum Leap fan!
zworld7 h, 28 m ago

I am a die-hard Star trek fan and I had no issues with any of the seasons. …I am a die-hard Star trek fan and I had no issues with any of the seasons. You have to remember that Enterprise took place in 2151-2161 and predates everything. The directors and writers could do whatever they wanted.


Oh I remembered that it was a prequel alright, the problem was the directors, writers and yourself appeared to forget that. Aside from the utterly stupid and lazy ship design and trashing most of the star trek history (which a die hard trek fan should know), the storylines were just bad. When they finally decided to stop ignoring the star trek fans and cater for them again bringing back storylines from Voyager it got a heck of a lot better.

You're the only star trek fan (or actually anyone at all) that I've come who has claimed they liked the first two series.
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Samsung SM863a 480GB Enterprise SSD £301.85 @ it-supplier.co.uk
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OK, this won't please the masses on here who want a consumer drive at the fraction of the price. For those looking for leading edge 2.5 inch Enterprise data centre SSD - then this… Read more
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I am with you.
Please could tell me which model of Intel SSD it was ?
Also which one would you recommend for a DC ?
Hot. I think people don't realise what an enterprise disk actually is. They last a hell of a lot longer than regular SSDs. In one of our data centres we had to replace about 100 Intel SSDs that were only 1 year old. The constant re-writes and deletes knackered all the SSDs. The enterprise ones however have been working great for 3 years now.
More codes available - Free 1 Year Office 365 Enterprise E3 Developer Trial
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You'll probably want to be pretty quick on these, they wen't really fast last time. In order to get the keys, you just need to follow the info below :) Fill out the form u… Read more
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Thanks for all help I manage to sort it out and is working fine thanks everyone, the reason I install this one as I was using old version and planning to buy from eBay as people have mentioned its working OK but this one is just perfect
jun199 h, 58 m ago

wtf it deleted my old office, how can I open documents now ? can't see any …wtf it deleted my old office, how can I open documents now ? can't see any icon is just online portal help needed


That's sort of your own fault, but in an effort to help out it will just be the shortcuts. You can recreate them by navigating to the correct programs files folder using file explorer and then right click dragging then to desktop to create a shortcut. Once opened you could pin them on to the taskbar too.
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jun199 h, 33 m ago

wtf it deleted my old office, how can I open documents now ? can't see any …wtf it deleted my old office, how can I open documents now ? can't see any icon is just online portal help needed


So youve just installed a 12 Month Developer Software and its wiped out a perfectly good (and I assume Legal) installed version of your own Office Software, needs some Development Work that, best you getting cracking on that one, Oh, and I wouldn't hang about, youve only got 12 months before it all grinds to a halt and stops working, maybe develop a Patch for that as well.
jun197 h, 52 m ago

wtf it deleted my old office, how can I open documents now ? can't see any …wtf it deleted my old office, how can I open documents now ? can't see any icon is just online portal help needed

No point in downloading a developer version if you already have office installed and are reliant on it.. if you have no office programs showing on your start menu you can see if anything is actually installed by navigating to computer / c drive / program files (or program files x86) / Microsoft office / look deeper in the folder and see if the exe programs are there... If not, go to the portal/login with your email that you registered and download
jun195 h, 35 m ago

wtf it deleted my old office, how can I open documents now ? can't see any …wtf it deleted my old office, how can I open documents now ? can't see any icon is just online portal help needed


You're a developer, you should know
Star Trek Enterprise The Full Journey Blu Ray for £6.25 on Amazon.
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Just bought, seems like a bargain for 24 disc Blu Ray boxset.
My DVDs from Amazon arrived today
Mine has been dispatched from zoom eBay.
Mine has been dispatched (from France)
order the dvd version when deal was posted and just got an email from amazon to say its been dispatched. also got an email to say deep space nine will be in for dispatch on 1st june
cdm22

Just had the email from Zoom saying mine has been dispatched



Same here!
RS-20 Handheld video game system (Famicom/NES clone) £12.60 del @ AliExpress / SHENZHEN JIAFU ENTERPRISE CO.,LTD
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2.6" screen with AV out to connect with TV. 472 built in games and another 128 on the game card (supplied). Lithium rechargeable battery, AV cable and charger included Use $1 sto… Read more
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louiselouise

I'm really impressed with this little gadget. Not sure how hardcore … I'm really impressed with this little gadget. Not sure how hardcore gamers who want to finish a game to the very end might fare with it (re the Save Game option, or lack of) but it's a great pick up and play casual gaming experience.Much prefer it to the GB Boy Colour I also have (I have a feeling my niece might prefer this one). It also looks better than the GB Boy, in my opinion. It's even got my brother curious about it and I think he may purchase one to bring back boyhood memories.Great variety of games, most of them real NES titles.For £12 it's a bargainola.


I couldnt agree more. The lack of save is the only downside, the little screen is above par for such a cheap device too
I'm really impressed with this little gadget. Not sure how hardcore gamers who want to finish a game to the very end might fare with it (re the Save Game option, or lack of) but it's a great pick up and play casual gaming experience.

Much prefer it to the GB Boy Colour I also have (I have a feeling my niece might prefer this one). It also looks better than the GB Boy, in my opinion. It's even got my brother curious about it and I think he may purchase one to bring back boyhood memories.

Great variety of games, most of them real NES titles.

For £12 it's a bargainola.
aibon

Mine came with a UK adapter. I guess they put the wrong adapter in. I … Mine came with a UK adapter. I guess they put the wrong adapter in. I wont be using it anyway as like you say, these cheap chinese adapters are not FCC approved or whatever so I used one of my many spare Mini USB leads.

Ah, okay, I looked at the listing to see if it asks you to specify which sort of adaptor you'd like, but can't see anything. Not too bothered though, same as you, I'm not confident of such chargers.

I'm giving this to my youngest niece as a sort of wildcard birthday present (she loves computer games though this may be too retro for her)! Added bonus is I get to "test" it for a month X)
Edited by: "louiselouise" 12th Jun 2017
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louiselouise

Got mine today! Slightly irked that it has a Mini USB connector and the … Got mine today! Slightly irked that it has a Mini USB connector and the adaptor supplied only has an EU attachment (wouldn't feel confident using it with a EU to UK adapter, especially after the problems I've had with such adapters before), but luckily found a Mini USB cable in a drawer of cables I have Currently charging up and looking forward to testing


Mine came with a UK adapter. I guess they put the wrong adapter in. I wont be using it anyway as like you say, these cheap chinese adapters are not FCC approved or whatever so I used one of my many spare Mini USB leads.
Got mine today! 12 days to the UK, not bad! Slightly irked that it has a Mini USB connector and the adaptor supplied only has an EU plug attachment (wouldn't feel confident using it with a EU to UK adapter, especially after the problems I've had with such adapters before), but luckily found a Mini USB cable in a drawer of cables I have Currently charging up and looking forward to testing
http://i.imgur.com/M4f9rjS.jpg?1
Surprised to see Sonic is on there, thought it was all Nintendo titles. From my quick messing around, I'm pretty impressed. Decent sound, good responsiveness from the buttons, you can Pause and Reset (something you can't do on the GB Boy Colour), not so sure about saving games.

Edit: Super Mario 2 is on there! Yay! I know a lot of people didn't like it but it's one of the few platformers I actually finished (I'm not great at them...probably why I liked it, as it is quite easy). Super Mario Bros (arcade game), Super Mario Bros (NES), 2 and 3 are on there. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Duck Tales (both titles my brother had on the NES in the early 1990s).

With Hyper Olympic, can do the button-bashing just fine but can't work out how to create the "angle" for the High Jump? Is a button missing? (?).
Edited by: "louiselouise" 12th Jun 2017
Free 1 Year Office 365 Enterprise E3 Developer Trial
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All you need to do is hit "Get Deal" Fill out the form using your correct active email address > Hit Finish You'll then be asked if you want to go ahead with it, you'll need t… Read more
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Working again. Thanks op
seems to be working now - just signed up.

Edit: In the email it says "... all codes used ...blah blah blah"
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Sorry! Due to the excitement of Office 365 development, our promotional … Sorry! Due to the excitement of Office 365 development, our promotional codes have been used.



''We are preparing new codes'' Showing at the moment. Will keep watch!
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Bolse® Newly designed 4 Port USB portable AC Rapid Charger - 20 Watt / 4A - £3.99You Save:£22.00 (85%) @ Sold by T.M. Enterprise and Fulfilled by Amazon. £3.99  & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £20 or £3.99 standard delivery
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Bolse 4 Port USB portable AC Rapid Charger Bolse Newly designed 4 Port USB portable AC Rapid Charger - 20 Watt can charges to 4 usb devices at the same time, It is designed to ch… Read more
plewis00

Honestly? Something that charged at least one device without buzzing like … Honestly? Something that charged at least one device without buzzing like it was going to explode and something that would at least plug into the wall without worrying whether the case would collapse or the pins would snap first.But actually from the reviews I thought it might be 'ok' then I went back and checked and noticed they were all paid shills...



I just think with electronics, it's better to be safe than sorry and go with a reputable brand
Gollywood

​Seriously, what we're you expecting for £3.99



Honestly? Something that charged at least one device without buzzing like it was going to explode and something that would at least plug into the wall without worrying whether the case would collapse or the pins would snap first.

But actually from the reviews I thought it might be 'ok' then I went back and checked and noticed they were all paid shills...
Gollywood

​Seriously, what we're you expecting for £3.99


Something rather crappy!
plewis00

Bought this last month when the more powerful charger was on offer. … Bought this last month when the more powerful charger was on offer. Horrible build quality, returned both of mine - made of cheap and nasty plastics, the fold out pins are incredibly flimsy and buzzed under low load. Returned it and bought the Anker (which was £10) but at least it's made properly and unlikely to ruin my devices.



​Seriously, what we're you expecting for £3.99
Bought this last month when the more powerful charger was on offer. Horrible build quality, returned both of mine - made of cheap and nasty plastics, the fold out pins are incredibly flimsy and buzzed under low load. Returned it and bought the Anker (which was £10) but at least it's made properly and unlikely to ruin my devices.
Star Trek: Enterprise - The Full Journey (Blu-Ray) £26.99 Delivered (Using Code) @ Zavvi
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Code: CLEAR10 (thanks to maninasuitcase) All four thrill-packed seasons of Star Trek: Enterprise are yours to explore as Captain Jonathan Archer (Scott Bakula) pilots the Earth’… Read more
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Johnmcl7

Assuming you're meaning 'These are the Voyages...' it was more than just … Assuming you're meaning 'These are the Voyages...' it was more than just bad, it was rated as the worst ever Star Trek episode last year at a Trek convention and had formal apologies from production staff, most of the cast and crew hated it as well. While Endgame was a pretty average episode, it was nowhere near as terrible as 'These are the Voyages...' - I actually thought you were just joking, I've never seen a single person comment positively on the Enterprise finale as it's generally regarded as an absolutely terrible episode that completely failed to achieve what was intended and was an extremely poor finish to Star Trek. If you genuinely thought it was good you are very much on your own in that view.John



i didn't mind it. i remember all the furore, but yeah it was just another episode to me. didn't bother me that it was set in the TNG era.

might rewatch it again.
Edited by: "plath" 16th Feb 2017
Assuming you're meaning 'These are the Voyages...' it was more than just bad, it was rated as the worst ever Star Trek episode last year at a Trek convention and had formal apologies from production staff, most of the cast and crew hated it as well. While Endgame was a pretty average episode, it was nowhere near as terrible as 'These are the Voyages...' - I actually thought you were just joking, I've never seen a single person comment positively on the Enterprise finale as it's generally regarded as an absolutely terrible episode that completely failed to achieve what was intended and was an extremely poor finish to Star Trek. If you genuinely thought it was good you are very much on your own in that view.

John
Edited by: "Johnmcl7" 16th Feb 2017
Johnmcl7

While I'm not that keen on the Voyager ending, the Enterprise ending is … While I'm not that keen on the Voyager ending, the Enterprise ending is far worse particularly as it was the end of Star Trek entirely and it came on the back of an extremely strong and consistent seasonIt's worth mentioning just in case people aren't aware that all four series are on Netflix along with The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and Voyager. I've just recently finished Enterprise and it had a rough start but I thought it picked up well in the third series once it found its own identity rather than the confusing mess the previous series were and aside from the rough opening and terrible finish most of the fourth series is good, almost enough to forgive it for the entirely stupid ship design. John



yeah but ENT's finale wasn't that bad, wrapped everything up all the show's storyline's quite neatly.

VOY was just ridiculous in that the finale ended up making the show's villains look like a joke. to the point where it never seemed likely that they could even make a new show set in the near future after that. with all sorts of time-travelling and interference with the past making even the protagonists seem overpowered.





Edited by: "plath" 16th Feb 2017
gazjon

Brilliant, shame they gave up on it after season 4, was getting better … Brilliant, shame they gave up on it after season 4, was getting better each one.

n 2013, eight years after the airing of this episode, Brannon Braga … n 2013, eight years after the airing of this episode, Brannon Braga apologized to the entire cast of Enterprise for it and said he thought Rick Berman and himself made a "narcissistic move" in trying to make the episode a "valentine" to Star Trek. He also called it "a crappy episode." (ENT Season 2 Blu-ray "In Conversation: The First Crew" special feature)One year later, Braga dined even further on ashes, when he stated at the 2014 VegasCon, "The final episode of Enterprise was an idiotic move on my part. I thought it would be cool to do a valentine to all of Star Trek. To me there was something really post-modern about the idea of saying this was an episode of Next Generation you have never seen – where they go on the holodeck with their heroes aboard Enterprise. It sounded good in my head – what ended up airing was really bad and not successful completely. It should have been Enterprise's finale – it was a misstep," having added, "The Enterprise actors? They hated it. It was the only time Scott Bakula got **** off at me."



While I'm not that keen on the Voyager ending, the Enterprise ending is far worse particularly as it was the end of Star Trek entirely and it came on the back of an extremely strong and consistent season:



It's worth mentioning just in case people aren't aware that all four series are on Netflix along with The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and Voyager. I've just recently finished Enterprise and it had a rough start but I thought it picked up well in the third series once it found its own identity rather than the confusing mess the previous series were and aside from the rough opening and terrible finish most of the fourth series is good, almost enough to forgive it for the entirely stupid ship design.

John
Awful show imo (apart from the Salford bloke singing the theme tune) Good price though!
Bolse® Newly designed 4 Port USB portable AC Rapid Charger - 20 Watt / 4A - £3.99You Save:£22.00 (85%) @ Sold by T.M. Enterprise and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Bolse 4 Port USB portable AC Rapid Charger Bolse Newly designed 4 Port USB portable AC Rapid Charger - 20 Watt can charges to 4 usb devices at the same time, It is designed to ch… Read more
Not too happy with this charger as it consistently measures a voltage of 5.13 under load at its output whereas chargers usually measure under 5 volts under load
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The reviews on Amazon are a bit mixed. At least two comments indicating poor build quality due to earth pin snapping off after limited use. Possibly user error, but a concern for a device intended to be repeatedly plugged and unplugged through travel. One of the 2 star revews had been given the device for free to test. Sounds like a very compact device and if you have Prime an attractive price too.
Kankan101

Don't think this is UK plug it is US only I believe, if you click the … Don't think this is UK plug it is US only I believe, if you click the seller they are a US company and the you tube reviews are all US 2 pin.


That question was asked on amazon
Q: Hi, like to ask what type of AC plug does this charger use?
A:
It has three folding pins to fit UK mains sockets. (from amazon)
How did you get £5.99? showing as £3.99 + £3.99 p&p for me? (£7.98)
Bolse NewPower 40W (8A) 5 Port USB Wall / Desktop charger from TM Enterprise fullfilled by Amazon £3.99 (+£3.99 Non Prime delivery)
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Great price for a desktop charger with 5 ports and support for iPhone, iPad, Android, etc with ports delivering up to 2A each. Some reviews from 2013/2014 report US/EU plugs but m… Read more
tezray

what did you use to test it I hope mine is not giving out those ratings … what did you use to test it I hope mine is not giving out those ratings that's pathetic I'll send it back no good to me needs to be 2a on the three ports as stated otherwise might as well use the old chargers take forever to charge



Did a little more testing, used a tablet this time with screen on, plugged into another wall charger, steady 5.3V/1.6A draw. Then tried in each socket of this, every single one gave 4.8V-5.2V fluctuating slightly and 0.87-0.93A. I'll probably need to test it a bit more, eg. multiple items in at once and use the tester on each one but it seems to be only 5V/1A per socket really. Unfortunately I don't have an iPad to try as maybe that will attempt to draw the voltage the charger is expecting to give out or something, one of the reviews did seem to suggest the iPad 2A sockets only work properly with iPads.
tezray

what did you use to test it I hope mine is not giving out those ratings … what did you use to test it I hope mine is not giving out those ratings that's pathetic I'll send it back no good to me needs to be 2a on the three ports as stated otherwise might as well use the old chargers take forever to charge



I have a cheap in line USB tester, mine looks like the first option on this listing.
what did you use to test it I hope mine is not giving out those ratings that's pathetic I'll send it back no good to me needs to be 2a on the three ports as stated otherwise might as well use the old chargers take forever to charge
Has anyone tested the actual output on theirs yet? I just tested mine with my phone plugged into each socket, the Samsung labelled socket read at 5V/1A and all the others read at 5V/0.35A, all with just the one device plugged in each time. My phone does draw 5V/2A off a good charger. I will say that the voltage seemed reasonably stable, small fluctuations and all virtually bang on the 5.0V mark, unlike some cheaper ones I have tested which varied from 4.8V-5.6V.
Edited by: "nige182" 8th Feb 2017
Got mine pleased I did because I used prime trial for it otherwise I would have been annoyed seems to be working OK but probably won't last anyway
Tyco BMW hoodie + lots of other BSB clothing reduced £20 / £23.80 delivered @ Clinton enterprises
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Quite a good selection of BSB clothing reduced down. Now I know these are all going to be a year out of date but not bad for someone after a jacket or hoodie. From £5 to £30. picke… Read more
BMW drivers lol. This is superbikes.
Was hoping to pick up a Castrol GTX bomber jacket for an upcoming funeral
All BMW drivers should get one, so at least when you are out of the car, we can spot the approaching idiot coming from afar.
Crap site even picture on website is Computer aided drawing not actual product.
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