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Spend £50+ and receive £10 OFF Insulation, Heating, Plumbing & Fires Categories @ Wickes
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Posted 12th Aug 2009Posted 12th Aug 2009
Spend £50+ and receive £10 OFF Insulation, Heating, Plumbing & Fires Categories @ Wickes
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Discounted heating oil
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Posted 14th Jul 2009Posted 14th Jul 2009
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lbr

Pleased to say this code works, I was afraid that as an existing customer I may not qualify and also the long duration of the discount code seems very generous so thought it may have been removed. Thanks!

Self-Heating Electric Waistcoat (£19.99) & Insoles (£9.99) - both half price save £30 @ Maplin + 4% quidco
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Posted 11th Mar 2009Posted 11th Mar 2009
Self-Heating Electric Waistcoat (£19.99) & Insoles (£9.99) - both half price save £30 @ Maplin + 4% quidco
Perfect for fellow bikers or those working in warehouses or outdoors. Pick up instore or pay del. Working links in 1st post Don't get left out in the cold when the weather turns … Read more
big-boy

Obviously not good then :w00t: thanx for the feedback guys n girls :thumbsup:

ThunderBolt

Bah... Thought I'd sussed my mam's Mother's Day pressie out then, until I spotted the feedback!

pete_l

[COLOR="Red"]COLD COLD COLD[/COLOR] Utter waste of time, money and batteries For a start they're not self-heating: they need batteries and the amount of heat you can get from them is tiny for the cost. If you want to stay warm, spend the money on a sweater or a pair of thick socks. They won't need expensive and wasteful batteries to operate.

oneeyedvic

Echo that - bought this for my wife in January - absolutely useless

Jefft

The waistcoat is a complete waste of money, even at £20. I haven't tried the insoles.

Self-Heating Electric Gloves £9.99 @ Maplin (4% quidco)! Water Resistant as well! Code L52BQ
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Posted 7th Jan 2009Posted 7th Jan 2009
Self-Heating Electric Gloves £9.99 @ Maplin (4% quidco)! Water Resistant as well! Code L52BQ
If you like the heated insoles, you will definitely like these. The cold nights and the expensive gas bills are making us all save money. Lets all buy these and reduce the profit… Read more
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kruger98

Sounds dangerous.

decron

Went to get a set in the Poole store today. Only large in stock unfortunately...:x

MercedesBenzAMG

I've got a pair of these, they're rubbish, save yourself the tenner. Battery life is **** and it only heats your palm (not fingertips which is what it should be for).

oneeyedvic

Bought one of these for my wife who gets very cold at a shop that she works at - absolutely useless.

Houldey

That cock's better looking than my bird!

British Gas/Homecare (boiler & central heating repair)
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Posted 2nd Dec 2008Posted 2nd Dec 2008
British Gas/Homecare (boiler & central heating repair)
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thebrowns98

I've had this cover for a while - had to have my hot water tank replaced - the tank alone would have been £600 so well worth the money

emmablondy

i used to have this cover, but found out that alot of plumbing problems wernt covered so i was paying money every month for this cover and still had to pay a plumber to fix my problems, better off just getting a plumber when you need one, it works out cheaper.

heating oil - £5 off voucher
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Posted 19th Nov 2008Posted 19th Nov 2008
heating oil - £5 off voucher
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Self-Heating Electric Waistcoat @ Maplin only £19.99
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Posted 5th Oct 2008Posted 5th Oct 2008
Self-Heating Electric Waistcoat @ Maplin only £19.99
FREE STANDARD UK DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER £35 Not tried the voucher codes attached! Try them out they might work to bring the prcie down further! You can also gain 4% cashback g… Read more
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chiliblue

warm nipples! surely thats hot! :)

ibiza

42" chest = large!!!! Furra burd aye!

Jefft

Complete rubbish. 2 very small heating elements big enough to keep your nipples warm:oops:.

eglons

and 1 size only... not that large!

MikeBeaver

These things are awful, when I used to work there they came back almost everytime, very poor construction. Mike..

Self-Heating Electric Waistcoat - half price @ £19.99
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Posted 16th Nov 2007Posted 16th Nov 2007
Self-Heating Electric Waistcoat - half price @ £19.99
Great for bikers/cyclers. Keep warm with a waistcoat that heats up to 40 degrees° in 5 minutes Great for sports, travel, pain relief and active outdoor people Can be worn as an… Read more
edi

Still around @ £19.99

marshallka

Hp sauce works as well :giggle:

paul.jacobs

I could have done with one of these today having been outside working in the p i s s i n g rain all day - I don't think its a gimmic. Plus with a bit of improvements with a lithium ion battery from E B A Y would improve the battery life

mcbazza

Gloves? Body-warmers? Tchibo are doing heated in-soles (for ski-boots) for £29.99 What next? Underwear!?!? :D

GAVINLEWISHUKD

Liverpool Aintree have 3 in stock of the L90BK ones at £9.98

Free Central Heating Care from Powergen If your moving House (In certain areas)
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Posted 23rd Oct 2007Posted 23rd Oct 2007
Free Central Heating Care from Powergen If your moving House (In certain areas)
OK. this one maybe a bit hit and miss as it will only benefit a few people (so dont slate it to much!) Powergen are offering customers in certain areas their Central Heating Care … Read more
Antigod

Im with Powergen, I actually think they are ok! Whats wrong with them? I only moved into my new place in June (first time buyer), I priced em up and Powergen seemed quite good, I opted for the Online Super Saver account. If anyone recommends I move can you explain why? Thanks guys

sensei

I just changed to british gas the other day got £60 quidco, next day they bumped it up to £80. Doh!

boznoz

i am one of the mostly useless that work for them:oops: thats how I know about this offer. its not really common knowledge yet and wont be advertised.

ferple

Not wishing to rain on anyone's parade, but I'm with Powergen and they are the most useless bunch of (ahem) idiots I've ever had the misfortune to give money to. Moving away from them asap.

neilc

Cheers wolves, rep added as you have just saved me £80. I was on hold to Homeserve and flicking through here saw your post about British Gas.

half price self heating waistcoat - £19.99 @ Maplin
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Posted 4th Oct 2007Posted 4th Oct 2007
half price self heating waistcoat - £19.99 @ Maplin
Battery powered self-heating waistcoat. For the farmer-labourer inside everyone. I haven't actually bought one of those but have been toying with the idea for the novelty factor. … Read more
leighbeef

wat a croc of s h i t ...

bobbybox

Hot!Hot!Hot!:giggle:

deep

not half price

edi

Has been at this price for an year now :) https://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=34128

20% of Heating fires and surrounds
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Posted 11th Jan 2007Posted 11th Jan 2007
20% of Heating fires and surrounds
I know it is not a fabolous deal, but it is a good one if like me you've moved into a house and dinosaurs were the last things to fit the fire! Also off radiators, in store and on… Read more
MEHIGHLANDER

Was looking at B&Q earlier. Dont for get 5% quid co. I am looking for good deal on fire and fire place these are expensive, most sellers don't even advertise their prices on line because they can be in the thousands. Fire I would consider is out of stock.

rayman

Gotta be useful to prehistoric man then :) Thanks for this!

Self-Heating Electric Waistcoat  - £19.99 @ Maplins
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Posted 20th Nov 2006Posted 20th Nov 2006
Self-Heating Electric Waistcoat - £19.99 @ Maplins
Self-Heating Electric Waistcoat is available for £19.99 @ Maplins.co.uk FREE delivery on all orders over £35 else £2.50 delivery charge applies. Description : Keep warm this wint… Read more
bizw0z

lmao. guess it would be good for motorcycling in winter.

snedger

I keep on putting off buying one of these. It's got to be a better idea than thermal underwear - which works, but, does not have an off switch and people in Tescos can be so unreasonably objectionable when you need to take off your damart vest and longjohns. There's some heated gloves as well. Bonus: if you get tired/drunk and lay down in the road, then no one will park on you, so long as there are traffic wardens around.

millarcat

Great idea, especially if you're into fishing! :)

edi

Rechargeable batteries are the way forward. 40 C is pretty warm and you cant stand for long ;-)

boydent999

Lol no mention then, if on all time it might/will burn you then? :)

Hive active heating frame
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Posted 20th Nov 2017Posted 20th Nov 2017
Hive active heating frame
Hive active heating frame Available in grey, lime and wood. Been looking at these for my Hive and they’re around £19.99 (rip off) but £4.99 is ok. Store pickup only
Hive Active heating and hotwater with installation
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Posted 17th Nov 2017Posted 17th Nov 2017
Hive Active heating and hotwater with installation
£159.99Amazon Deals
Good price with next day delivery
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