Be warned not surge protected.
thanks Op, got one
Be warned not surge protected.
thanks Op, got one
Brilliant thank you, recently bought NES mini and these are a must. Ordered. Thank you.
Is it just me or is Amazon's site looking really weird? There's a new book type font that is way too big and weird looking for most of the site, but then other parts are in the nice clean small font they used to have.
Great find, ordered. Thank you.
Ordered. Cheers OP! Heated. :)
Nearly got some thinking I can use them for my iPhone lol
I could do with this. :(
Just managed to get a set at 10am but sold out again. Thanks OP
in stock for me @ 9.33am
if your wood is flat would an extension work! or is it best to try some Viagra? (cheeky)
one meter is my Jonny and is too long but 1 metrer extension is a joke!
Which store in Birmingham?
CPC have a 10m with 6 sockets for £11.83 inc vat and delivery in black or white
Is it reliable?
I brought this at £10.99 in the past and has been cheaper before: https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/PRO-ELEC-Protected-Extension-Socket/product/B01LZ4TS5O If you're not in a hurry for one then can wait for price to drop again.
I got one the other night from the Nottingham Carlton store. They had at least three more on the shelf at that time
Managed to order yesterday morning, however they cancelled my order this morning due to no stock ;(
Thanks op. Picked up one at Boscombe, Bournemouth store. They had something like 30 in stock they said.
Ha! I was too slow again!
Back in stock as of this minn
Expired now showing at £14.99
Have had one of these for a couple of years excellent quality, does job not much more to say! Heat of course, tempted to get another but don't really need one.
Wanted one but missed deal
I bought one of these a month ago and so far so good
Jimmymagic - yes you can use this blocker as well as many of the free ones to do this. In settings you need to add the "annoyances" filter. In other programmes process should be similar or use can use the prebake filter ( https://raw.githubusercontent.com/liamja/Prebake/master/obtrusive.txt) if you're comfortable adding filters My pleasure. I'm glad I found it too - love it!
Can this be used to block annoying EU cookie notifications, and if so, will it work in every browser?
Thanks for posting this, coincidence but I was actually using AdGuard on a trial already when I spotted this deal.. paid £18.58 via Paypal. (y) As HankHandsome mentioned it's definitely the best adblocker for my Android device that I've ever used too.
Wayners, fair enough to be suspicious in the current climate where nothing can be trusted. Good advice to use opensource browsers and plugins. I've tried a lot of them and they are useful. AdGuard has been around for years with lots and lots of recommendations on the net. People have asked the trustworthiness question before and it seems there's little cause for concern but we'll see. For now, I love that I can use one product, on my laptop and phone, at home or out and about, and it works better than anything I've ever used before. Specifically on apps and programmes that are outside of the browser. I don't have to change any settings or add filters for complete ad blocking. Very pleased
Adguard's latest update allows you to "pause" the adblocking for a particular app. You have to be in the app itself and you swipe down from the top of the screen and it should give you the option to "pause". You can do that, or go into adguard itself and find the 'app management' menu. scroll down to the app you want to allow and just tap the box to remove the tick from "route all traffic through adguard" and it'll permanently exclude it from adblocking. I had to do that with my TSB Banking app because it didn't like AdGuard, but it works fine now. As someone who purchased the premium version of adguard on iOS a couple of years ago and who also has had the premium version on android for about a year, as well as using their DNS servers for extra adblocking, I can certainly assure you that i've had no trouble with them at any point. my stats so far on adguard are that it's saved nearly 11gb of data and has blocked over half a million ads.
That would be putting a 16A rated plug with no fuse protection onto 13A rated cable though...could be wrong but don’t think that’s a great idea. I believe most 25m hookup cables use 2.5mm² rather than the 1.25mm² that this is.
One of these plugs fitted and you have yourself a low cost camping hookup lead.
Good price for a 13A 25m extension. I spotted a 10A 25m extension in Wilko today for £15, from what I recall it has thinner gauge cable compared to this one - hence the 10A rating, also a bit easier to wind up I guess. http://www.wilko.com/electrical-accessories/masterplug-cable-reel-10amp-4-gang-25m/invt/0455026
Just make sure if you’re drawing anywhere near full 3.1kw load you have it completely unwound - even if you only need 3m...otherwise it’ll get hot enough to melt as the close packing of the cables coiled together means the heat cannot dissipate...
Good price that....paid £20 on eBay about a year ago and was happy ... (y)
Because it is the leaning tower of Pisa.,,, (highfive)
Why does the tower need to be 2metres?! :p
I believe that was the 10 way socket, so this us actually much cheaper.
This was posted a week ago, I got this a couple of years ago for 7.99 non-prime
Does anyone find any lag with these? I use a similar one, good brand can’t remember which, but don’t know if it’s the emulation or the extension that’s tricking my mind that there’s lag...
Not really seen these around. Wanted this myself.
Anyone know for any towers like these but with individual switches for each socket ? Having trouble finding one :/
I bought one from B&M for £10 last year
£7.99 a few years back, mines still running strong
Bought this for £11.95 last yr.
Bought the six gang version and sent it back usb ports lasted 3 days before stopping working
Thanks for the clarification, that makes more sense. Still weary of dodgy Chinese electronics with fake reviews though!
4A is the max total USB output not the sockets.
4A total draw is ridiculous for a 4-socket extension cord. The cheap ones from b&q (£4) are 10A and the better ones are 13A.
From Fakespot "Tread lightly, this product may contain a major number of unreliable or low quality reviews!" https://www.fakespot.com/product/dodocool-extension-cord-4-way-surge-protector-power-strip-with-4-usb-ports-led-indicator-switch-extension-lead-5v-2-4a-for-smartphones-tablets-uk-plug-ac100-240v
Out of interest. I got a corded version at their Radford Rd Coventry store today, £39.99. They also had the cordless option £29.99. Having purchased a cordless strimmer last year and finding it under-powered I opted for this one. Just used it, as already stated it's pretty heavy but very effective at trimming back hedges. Seems to have a lot in common with the Einhell GC-HH 9048.
Disappointed it was full price in mine but went for corded in end: more powerful, longer, thicker cut.
I bought one of these last year. Replaced a qualcast li-ion on from Argos that was poor. This cuts through privet hedges really and the battery has never run out on me (3 privets hedges in an 18m x 8m garden. Great price even at £59.99 with the warranty.
Not in my local Swansea. Still £60 (annoyed)
Stil £59.99 in my aldi as just been there this morning.
Out of stock damnit
Looks like it's a national deal as they are online also http://www.wilko.com/electrical-accessories/masterplug-cable-reel-10amp-4-gang-25m/invt/0455026 Good price. Heat Added
Thanks for the info, but having owned one and spent hours trying numerous different drivers and numerous network tweaks, I won't be buying one these wifi dongles again - the tiny antennae just aren't anywhere near as good as a full sized antennae or antennae already built into laptops in terms of reception and throughput.
If you do a Windows Update eventually it should update to this version 1030.23.502.2017 which seems to work fine. There are also some newer 1030.27 drivers on Softpedia which also seem to work fine with Windows 10 April 2018 update: http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/NETWORK-CARD/REALTEK/Realtek-RTL8821AU-Wireless-USB-Adapter-Driver-1030-27-901-2017-for-Windows-10-Fall-Creators-Update-64-bit.shtml
Here is an article about the performance problem with this chipset after installing Windows 10 CU: http://www.danletsinger.com/blog/2017/4/27/wi-fi-slow-after-updating-to-windows-10-creators-update-fixed Here is an official link to the latest 1030.25 drivers but I found my adapter kept crashing with this version. http://www.realtek.com.tw/DOWNLOADS/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=21&PFid=64&Level=5&Conn=4&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false
Where are those drivers from? Are they official TP-Link drivers or are they drivers that have been modded by someone?
It works well if you install the drivers I linked to above.
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