Yes I assume so as they are closing down website.
Is it only online?
Yes I assume so as they are closing down website.
Is it only online?
Had one for about a year. flask keeps coffee warm for around three and half four hours.
We have this. Love it. Prep it the night before for the first cuppa of the morning. Coffee stays hot for hours in the jug. I know the white was cheaper but really didn't like the look.
The white was 50 last week here and amazon. I price matched at currys
Elemaris model lid is badly designed. After some usage and limescale buildup the lid is kindof jamed, and after couple of months it drops by itself inside the jar. I wouldn't buy this again, going to try marella. Secondly the filter change indicator is useless.
Excellent deal from Argos. Always best supporting a shop who has outlets that pay commercial council tax otherwise the council tax paid by Joe Public will be ever increasing after all taxation has to be raised somehow!
Same price in Argos
Price up to 15.99 now
Do they, my my.
:) Is that as in the nasty US chemical garbage or the nice Czech variety?
Search at hotukdeals for Brita filters, some deals still live.
Nice faux-outrage. Almost every commenter and reviewer say they use a water filter because they prefer the taste and it reduces limescale in appliances. Not for health reasons.
i believe you can buy compatable one
Its the cartridge prices that put me off owning this :(
I've got an older version of this kettle. Hands-down the best kettle I've owned. In a hard water area like mine it makes a big difference to the taste of tea and coffee.
Beware of clear kettles if you live in a hard water area. The metal element gets limescale on it in no time and easily seen through the glass. It happened to mine after boiling it twice.
BM store 28 :/ (annoyed)
Yes, I don't get it either, as espresso coffees go it's pretty ordinary stuff and even at this price is nearly twice the price of other ordinary stuff! Expensive tin.
Cheap for Illy, but way overpriced imo.
Good spot. Thanks
Just add a pre order to it then cancel pre order and the coffee will be sent !
Yes, it was DoTD yesterday.
Expired? Showing as £23.9
It's same price on Amazon prime now.. so u can potentially get 10 off 50 spend for 1st time buyers.
Anyone else waiting to get back to £2 per cart, or are we unlikely to see those prices again? Could combine some of the Amazon discount deals to make this one a bit more palletable, e.g. Top up £40 and get £10 deducted off your next eligible spend on items sold and dispatched by Amazon - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/get-10-free-credit-when-you-top-up-40-in-store-at-amazon-2929997
ordered 2 boxes thanks for heads up (highfive)
Haha why didn't I think of that?
I just bought some for £20 using the Amazon link :D
Will these fit standard maxtra?
£23.91 for me too.
Try putting the filter in...
Hopefully currys can match i have vouchers!!
Can vouch for this machine - best thing I've ever bought! Keeps coffee warm for a good 6 hours without a warmer :)
Great machine and super price. The jug is a Thermos flask so doesn't need to be heated, environmentally friendly as well I guess.
Looks like a good price to me OP - bought 3 packs to get home delivery - cheers!
Just get the calypso once a day from Home Bargains or Aldi for £4.99. Similar stuff without the awful smell or ruining your clothes
Don't wear white...it will turn slightly orange. 🍊
But works well...
this leave stains on your clothing.
Heat OP thank you. Ordered
Yes, I use in an old Brita jug and they fit fine. If you have a Robert Dyas close by they currently have 6 x 30-day pack for £10.49 https://www.robertdyas.co.uk/aqua-optima-evolve-30-day-water-filter-cartridges-pack-of-6
Yes, it says, lead, heavy metals as well as pesticides, chlorine, limescale & herbicides
Having no prime is your loss, I vote you cold lol
Pretty much RRP without prime, so cold from me.
We had the 8ft version of this but had to get rid of it because the inflatable ring kept deflating and I got fed up repairing punctures. Cats don't help. We've now got a 10ft pool with metal frame. So much better. But for the product here £50 is an excellent price. With all these big pools you need a cover, pump and chlorine tablets as a bare minimum. A net is useful as well for removing leaves and other debris. You can buy chlorine tablets in tubs and I usually use 3-4 per week. Pump is controlled using my DIY Raspberry Pi based pump control system. The pump runs for an hour in the morning and evening. This keeps the water crystal clear for 3 months. Oh and ignore the claimed "fill" times. They often quote 30 mins but at this size it is more like 8 hours with a normal hose. To fill 4000 litres in 30mins you would need a hose delivering 2 litres a second. Time how long time it takes to fill a watering can and then multiple that by 1000 for an estimate.
If anyone is interested, you can get a smaller 8ft one (pool only, no pump etc) for £20 https://www.carparts4less.co.uk/cp4l/p/-/-/-/-/?550993840&0&cc5_1055&utm_source=bm23&utm_medium=email&utm_term=Image+-+Intex+Easyset+Swimming+Pool+(Round)+-+2.44+mtr+-+without+pump&utm_content=Daily+Deal+Alert+"Pools"
We also got one last year to replace an existing 8ft one with no pump as I tried getting a pump separately but cost wise it made sense to get this. Very happy with it. It was up all last summer and the combination of the pump, the cover and a chlorine dispenser bought from Amazon meant the water stayed clear with just the occasional top up required. Gave it a really good clean before storing it for the winter. Put it back up a few weeks ago (rather optimistically) and it's like new (one pin hole but used the supplied repair kit and it's invisible). It's a really good buy and I can't recommend it enough. Just to note, I put it on some rubber matting I had lying around to cushion it a bit.
Got this from Costco last year & she’s a lovely job,but a bit of a ball ache to keep the water clean & safe I found. But heat from me op
Looks agood price to me with the filter pump and cover; nice spot @LondonGirl7
Will try this
Wow, I go through about 1 every 2 months, easy.
I get these for around £13 a box from Amazon warehouse. Just set up an alert with camelcamelcamel and they email you when they have some. Usually around once a week. Got 3 boxes here to last a good few years
Yeah. Just as if you're doing a clothes wash..
Do you use washing powder too?
Starting from about £15,000
Out of interest (I'm sure you've done research), what would a proper pool dug out of the ground cost with similar features? Never investigated.
I've been running something similar for 6 years. The pool is the cheapest bit. I started off with the 10ft version. Then the 12ft-30 inch deep version. Finally switching to the Rattan effect 12ft - 40 inch deep Bestway one. (Garden won't fit anything bigger) We buy multi tablets from ebay. These keep the water clean/safe. We also bought a solar cover to help heat the water. These only work on hot and sunny days. Even then, they only slightly raise the temperature. So we bought a Intex 3kw electric pool heater. This finally made the pool usable. The water needs to be at least 26-28C before everybody stops moaning. The wife won't go in unless it's at least 32-33C. The trouble is the electric usage. We found we were paying around an extra £150 - £200 a month! So i bought a 8kw Air source heat pump. With all the plumbing pipe and fittings, this cost £1000. I also had to buy a better Sand filter and pump...£300. Then you need a pool vac/cleaning kit £50. PH meter and chemical testing gear. So you would imagine i'd say forget it? Not at all.Yes it has cost us around £2000. But now it is all in place, we just have to buy tablets and the electric usage is around £40 a month. We open the pool at the start of April and close it In October. The pool is used nearly every day. It gets the kids out of their bedrooms/computers/PS4's. We spend a lot of family time together and talk/play. All their friends come round when the weather is good. The pool has on wall Intex LED lighting and is it just nice to sit around the garden at night. When we move, we are planning a much larger version!
If you're placing this on grass then be ready with a box of garden lime when you take it down. The grass will die and rot and the lime wil neutralise the smell.
It’s the heater that is the big expense. And also go with cheap supermarket bleach instead of crappy chlorine tablets and use an expensive tester kit, the strips are useless.
Does it have usb 3.0
Maybe a mistake by me
It looks like a PC case with built in coffee machine; if only they did one for real. :o
The "keep warm" plate shows this is aimed at the true coffee connoisseur. Having said that, it does get mostly good reviews.
where is the white one, I can only see cream
4 for £8 on Fleabay.
And the type of sex.
All depends how much sex you have.
Argos has a pack of 12 for £26.99 Works out better value
How long does each filter last?
Is it a copy of original? Here is different on or original ??? (annoyed)
Good spot @pavel76, thanks for sharing your find :)
£12 at Asda https://groceries.asda.com/product/water-filters/brita-maxtra-water-filter-cartridges/1000003250059
Better prices on Amazon for both 3 or 4 cartridges. This is just a rubbish deal.
Picked up 2 days ago for £10.49 unless these are different
I finish my remaining brita filters and look for alternatives, those prices are ridiculous..
Picked these up for £11 in Sainsbury's last week. Cold from me.
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Disappointing order cancelled on day of collection can't win them all I suppose ;(
Are you referring size of this tool or your own tool that you keep in ya pants (lol)
Exactly the situation where a big jubilee clip is brilliant, even to the point of installing a filter with the jubilee clip already mounted on the filter. Hand tightened filters have a habit of getting tighter when you try to remove them, but the protrusion provided by the screw head on a jubilee clip will usually give you enough extra purchase to twist the filter loose. Many filter wrenches don't fit modern small filters. the jubilee clip's never failed me.
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