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HITACHI UB18DAL/L4 14.4 / 18V LI-ION TORCH - BARE for £3.99 at Screwix
Found 14 h, 18 m agoFound 14 h, 18 m ago
HITACHI UB18DAL/L4 14.4 / 18V LI-ION TORCH - BARE for £3.99 at Screwfix
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That's the main point of LEDs, they don't waste energy producing heat, but they produce (about) the same amount of light so they're much more economical to run and if they're run from a battery, they run for a much much longer time.


No heavy enough without the battery :)


The led bulb costs nearly the same as the unit , so shows either how expensive a bulb is or how much of a bargain this is ;) The led bulb will make the battery last longer , but i doubt if it will give any more light anyway .



very good price if you already have a spare battery and charger tho

Hitachi 65” 4K TV £549 @ Argos
Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
Seems like a good price for a 65” television

At this price point what do you think? its a bargain none the less my only worry is that it seems to have just a 1 year warranty which is a no go for me, had it had at least 3 year as standard would have pulled the trigger.


Dare I ask, is this produced by Vestel ?


it is a proper set


Pay a bit more and a get a proper set as i cannot see this being any cop at all.


Also bought the 50in smart with sound bar approx 4years ago. Still going strong.

3TB Hitachi 3,5' SATA HDD 7200RPM - £46.95 @ jycomputerstorage Ebay
Found 30th NovFound 30th Nov
I find this price very good for 3TB with that speed. Most of 3tb drives are around £70. Just grabbed one. Hitachi HGST UltraStar 7K4000 3TB (HUS724030ALE641) 3,5' SATA-600 64MB 72… Read more

What? They have different roles, storing large amounts of data on SSDs is not cost efficient. HDD won't be history for a long time.


thanks for that and if you read the comments you will find that these are end of life hard drives - replaced just before the warranty runs out and sold to people who don't know better. On amazon they are not described as new, whereas on ebay they are. This is a fraudulent selling. Stay away.


second hand, with a million PoH!


After reading the reviews on amazon, I'm out. I think it's probably worth paying £20 more and get a brand new toshiba p300 with full warranty from a reputable seller.


The ebay seller is Bipra Limited. On they are selling the same thing I believe here

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Hitachi drill / driver twin pack - £185 @ FFX
Found 27th NovFound 27th Nov
Hitachi KC18DBFL2/JC 18v 2x3.0Ah Li-ion Brushless Drill and Impact Driver Twin Kit - KC18DBFL2/JC with charger. Not many left but super deal imo.

It is professional heavy duty set, brilliant price. New Hikoki batteries works fine.


Good drill for light duty but I’m not sure on the price. Had one for a couple of years when Screwfix did a deal for the drill (no driver) with 2 batteries for £100. Unfortunately the chuck has pretty much disintegrated under too much load. Something the B&Q special it replaced after it was stolen never did.


Ordered, been looking at the makita and dewalt equivilants and the prices are just crazy.


You can do the Hikoki and turn around... That's what it's all about


Hitachi or Hikoki, that's the question.


Both mine seem fine, no dark spots and have dropped multiple times with no bulbs blown or damage. Not sure why yours would be going dim either; with NiCd batteries the power tapers off towards low charge but with Li-Ion the batteries should go at no noticeable loss of light until they cut out. I get in excess of 30mins off a 1.5Ah. Are you sure it’s not your battery that’s the problem?


ive got a hitachi impact. This seems too bulky.


So pants basically ?


Got one and it's really naff. Slightest knock and you blow the bulb. The light spill is unhelpful with a big dark spot in the middle also. Aint even worth the £3.99. Lasts about 30 mins of light before it dims noticabley with a 3ah battery.


No, there was two batteries with the drill. You should give up.

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Hitachi 14.4/18v Li-ion Torch (Bare) £3.99 @ Screwfix Clearance (Free C&C)
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
*Good deal if you already own compatible slide-on battery & charger*
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Thanks :)


is it am LED bulb or just old fashioned filament?


Are Guild batteries any good for this? I have a 1.3ah 18v Guild battery. I know that some brands among retailers are identical but I could not find anything to say what - Reserved it locally to be sure mind!


Thanks fella


Just search for the bulb type and add LED to the search. They probably cost a fraction of what I paid now. It'll be something like this but make sure you get the right one. Mine is good for 100m long beam. Not got the spread of old filament bulb but for me you want to concentrate the light not spread it.

Refurbished Hitachi 50 Inch Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR £303.99 @ Argos/Ebay
Found 21st JulFound 21st Jul
Refurbished Hitachi 50 Inch Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR £303.99 @ Argos/Ebay
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Product Identifiers GTIN 5014024004505 BRAND Hitachi eBay Product ID (ePID) 14020167238 Product Key Features Model Does Not Apply Energy Efficiency Rating A+ Refresh Rate 60… Read more

I genuinely would not recommend Hitachi I've had 4 replacements from Argos and each one has had issues with the screen. Maybe I've been super unlucky but they seem low quality.


Hit ouch chi


If your not worried about 4K then I got a referb HD version for £219.99 a few weeks back. For the price I’m very very pleased with it.(Argos outlet).


I saw a tv advert for a 50 inch Toshiba 4K tv for £349 new (Currys/Argos I think).


I've got a smarr 32 inch full hd Hitachi in the bedroom can't fault it.

Hitachi 50 Inch Full HD 1080p Freeview Play Smart WiFi LED TV £255.00 w/ code PERFECTDAY @ARGOS EBAY (using US method)
Found 29th JunFound 29th Jun
Hitachi 50 Inch Full HD 1080p Freeview Play Smart WiFi LED TV £255.00 w/ code PERFECTDAY @ARGOS EBAY (using US method)
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Hitachi 50 Inch Full HD 1080p Freeview Play Smart WiFi LED TV £255.00 w/ code PERFECTDAY @ARGOS EBAY (using US method) Courtesy of @reindeer333 Note: the maximum discount per tr… Read more

just tried it, code expired (annoyed)


What is US method


Keith lemon asks what the message (horror)


How long does it take to get this message?



Hitachi 50 Inch Full HD Smart TV £299.99 @ Argos
Found 29th JunFound 29th Jun
Hitachi 50 Inch Full HD Smart TV £299.99 @ Argos
£299.99Argos Deals
Down from £349.99. Limited stock. Great price! Model number: 50hb6t72u
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awful tv we sent ours back after 9 months as a thin black horizontal line appeared. Argos bought out Hitachi on 2012 so like bush brands argos now own hitachi too. For a decent tv go Sony . Lg or samsung as all other makes r made by turkish vestal


First of all, I'm not sure why you're insulting me when I've been perfectly civil to you so far. Two people should be able to air differing opinions without resorting to Trumpian levels of crassness, even on a public forum. I'm not sure where you got your 60 inch minimum requirement for 4K from. Here's a more scientific graph from Rtings, also widely used elsewhere, which clearly shows that even for a 50 inch TV, the human eye can resolve the extra detail In a 4K image at up to a 6.5 foot distance. I recently purchased the 55N5500 from Hisense for only £343 delivered via the recent eBay code and I can certainly verify that this is absolutely correct when viewing a 4K image vs 1080p. My point was that the price being equal, there's no point in purchasing a Full HD TV (and a Vestel rebadge at that) over the same sized 4K, specially when you can get a 2 year guarantee with the latter and there's a high degree of future proofing. Yes content is expensive now, but even without a subscription, broadcast HLG format is being ramped up. I've been watching the football in 4K on iPlayer, that's free. My broadband is from cheap as chips Plusnet. Have a nice evening.


Never heard of them, this is an Hitachi. ;) Seriously, I know many are fed up hearing about Vestel though some people still assume Hitachi, Toshiba, JVC, Sharp etc are still manufacturing decent quality TVs.


Seems incredibly poor value with all the hisense sets floating around


I ordered for my mum. Perfectly fine and good value for her

Hitachi 43HB6J02U 43 Inch Full HD TV / DVD Combi @ Argos £199.99
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
No it doesn’t have 4K, no smart tv functions either... but it’s a 43” full HDTV for £204 delivered or £199.99 collected Television picture quality: LED TV screen. Full HD (1080… Read more

Totally agree.


Price gone up to £229 now


I don’t know what TV interfaces you’ve been using but for me they’ve been great. And if they are not good enough for you the only thing they can get is better and with time they will. If you’re spending £200 on a tv then £50-£100 on a GOOD smart compatible device then isn’t the extra money worth getting the smart integrated into the tv instead and getting a good quality one at that . Other that than that it is a good tv but this is just my opinion don’t want to start a war over it (lol) (lol)




Not only that, but every smart tv interface I've ever used has been so incredibly cumbersome. If you have any other means to access apps on your TV (Chromecast, Apple TV, Roku, NowTv, Fire TV, Android box, Sky/Virgin box, YouView or a myriad of others) I guarantee it's quicker and more user friendly than using the integrated ones on your smart TV. I'd happily lose the smart features to save a few quid.

Hitachi Angle Grinder G12STX-240V 115 mm 600 W 240 V £32.95 @ Amazon
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
Hitachi Angle Grinder G12STX-240V 115 mm 600 W 240 V £32.95 @ Amazon
£32.95£69.9553%Amazon Deals
Quality tool brand, at a very affordable price. Joint cheapest yet. Previously posted:
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Nice tool, used it now a few times and can’t complain at all. Thanks again.


No need to apologise mate. Angle grinders are a queer anomaly amongst power tools where pro ones cost little more than their DIY counterparts.


Apologies, I didn't realise I was talking Pro v DIY.... I just saw the green Bosch on the same Amazon page and had a extra 100w for £2 more that's all no offense towards the deal intended


You're talking professional Vs DIY, so on that basis no. And I don't know what Bosch green's warranty is but Hitachi's is 3 year pro use, so if the Hitachi was £2 more than the Bosch that would be more than worth it.


Won't the Bosch 700 be better for £2 more? Unless you want to save the £2 for something else that is? I'm sure someone will correct me (y)

Hitachi 43HB6J02U 43 Inch Full HD TV £199.99 @ Argos
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Hitachi 43HB6J02U 43 Inch Full HD TV £199.99 @ Argos
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Ok, I know it's a Vestel and 'only' Full HD but it's 43" of screen and only £199.99! As long as you understand it's a budget model and you're not a videophile I reckon it will do f… Read more

And for the people who don't have Netflix or Amazon (and have no intention of getting it) they'd be wasting their money on something which will be obsolete/ broken before they get 4k content.


40" tvs do seem to be way cheaper than 43" models.


If you have Netflix or Amazon you can watch 4k everyday. Now they show football in 4k as well.


Just bought and set up, decent enough, and with built in DVD player(!) Feet are nightmare to screw in, only semi managed it, but picture is decent. Hard to beat for price IMO.


That's for smaller screen. My mum will still be using mainly 720p and the occasional SD content At her age she would prefer the larger screen and has no need for 4K. ...I've had my 65" 4K for nearly 2 years and only viewed 4K content on it once

Hitachi 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £299.99 @ Argos
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Thought this didn't seem too bad a price for a 43in uhd 4k Tele. It's clearance price from argos. Model number: 43hk6t74u. Television picture quality: LED TV Screen. 4K Ultra H… Read more

Same with Toshiba?


Buyer beware Hitachi TV are Vestel Turkey rebadged - Hitachi licenced the brand name out after closing it’s only TV plant in Japan in 2012 - exclusive to a Argos - again Argospreying on the unknown to sell via a brand name, Argos ain’t exactly known for helping people within 5/6 years of selling and they all seem to have a inherent fault


this is the normal price of this last time it was on offer, it was £250


While Hitachi used to bring out their own products their TVs are no longer made by them. They are made by a Turkish company Vestel and the brand "name" is owned by Argos and they are only sold in Argos. Often when any company goes bankrupt (not that Hitachi went bankrupt) the most valuable thing is the brand name which is often bought by people like Argos and Currys. Then Argos and Currys can buy products from any company and just stick a Hitachi or Goodmans or Bush or whatever brand label on it and sell it. So you really have no idea what the quality is like because the product could have been made by any company anywhere in the world. Bit more here


Bit cheaper and 6 year warranty

Hitachi 50hb6t72u 50" full 1080p LED 50hz smart tv with freeview HD now £299.99 @ Argos
Found 3rd JunFound 3rd Jun
Nice tv for the price 4.7 / 5 over 567 reviews too! 2 HDMI ports 1 scart socket 2 USB ports Built in wiFi Smartphone remote Sleeptimer / parent controls A+ energy rated Freeview H… Read more

Bought this few month ago when it was on offer. Damaged refurbished TV arrived but I took it to Argos and complained and they replaced it with a brand new boxed TV... Good TV for the price... If you want better then spend more and go for lg or Samsung


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same thing with other big home electricals they've kept a lot of the old brand names alive but they arent manufactured by them companies anymore [quote]The Electrolux group own well over 50 brand names (though not all of them washing machines) Among the more well known ones are AEG, Tricity Bendix, Zanussi. The Candy group own Hoover, Zerowatt and Kelvinator among others. The Indesit Company own Ariston, Indesit, New World, Philco, Hotpoint, Creda, Cannon, GDA, English Electric,Thorn along with many more. Then there are the other European manufactures like Smeg and Beko who make many of their own appliances but also lend their factories and production runs to other brands. So whilst you think you are purchasing a Hygena dishwasher it may well have been made by Smeg or Beko. The market and whitegoods industry is currently changing beyond all recognition with the influx in recent years of companies from the Far East. With the likes of LG, Haier , Samsung and Vestel now starting to have an increasing influence on our purchases.[/quote]


is this vestal?


Indeed, imagine comparing Polaroid with Hitachi! Or JVC, Toshiba, Finlux, Sharp, Blaupunkt, even Panasonic joined the Vestel party until they realised their brand matters to them. :) Many well known brands no longer exist, Hitachi stopped manufacturing TVs (for sale in the UK at least) around 10 years ago.

Hitachi NR1890DBCL/JP Cordless First Fix Brushless Framing Nailer, 18 V, Multi-Colour - Amazon - £339.99
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Hitachi NR1890DBCL/JP Cordless First Fix Brushless Framing Nailer, 18 V, Multi-Colour - Amazon - £339.99
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Stunning price for this well reviewed nailer, 2-5 weeks wait but I still believe that it's worth it. This is what you get: 1 x Hitachi Nailer, 2 x BSL1850 5.0Ah Batteries, 1 x UC1… Read more

Awesome price. Really hope they don't change it before mine is dispatched.


Made up a few fence panels over the years and best way is to use 30 to 50mm clout nails three in a diamond shape angled can pre drill or not , B @ Q have them on offer for £9.60 for 5Kg tub can;t be beat?.


I need to make a few fence panels as the ones I buy from Wickes or other shops as "heavy duty" are just not what I would call "heavy duty" and I need one of this but not willing to pay this sort of money. Can you guys recommend something half decent that would see me make 20 fence panels? I just cannot afford one of this bad boys. Thanks.


hot hot hot


nailed to the point

Hitachi angle grinder £34 @ Amazon
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
Hitachi angle grinder £34 @ Amazon
I was looking for a new angle grinder and found this. It seems a good deal - cheaper than green Bosch or Black and Decker ones and I think Hitachi are more of a professional brand?… Read more
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This any good on chains. I lost my keys for my motorbike lock


I use mine when pointing my wife's Victoria Sponges, seems a little slow - but has never overheated yet


Got one of these at work, nice piece of kit...


9" Hitachi here for £65 for those interested in cutting slabs


Im not keen on the 115mm 120 way to go

Hitachi 50HK6T74U 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD Freeview Smart WiFi LED TV £349.99 @ Argos ebay
Found 18th MayFound 18th May
Hitachi 50HK6T74U 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD Freeview Smart WiFi LED TV £349.99 @ Argos ebay
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Clearance Item with 12 Month Guarantee These products are complete with all standard manufacturers parts and accessories, in original packaging, and all supported by the Argos 12 m… Read more

So this one is still cheaper, I thought you were talking about release price, I.E RRP. miscommunication I think.. But the ebay argos is still cheaper than the argos argos?! So your argument is moot! Good night. Good night.


Currently 379 from Argos not eBay Argos




Original selling price was a hell of a lot more.


I think this was original selling price

Hitachi 50 Inch Smart 4K UHD TV With HDR £379.99 / Bush 32 Inch HD Ready Smart TV £159.99 @ Argos
Found 26th AprFound 26th Apr
Hitachi 50 Inch Smart 4K UHD TV With HDR £379.99 / Bush 32 Inch HD Ready Smart TV £159.99 @ Argos
Couple of great TV offers at Argos - just in time for the World Cup! Get Deal link goes to the Hitachi 50 Inch Smart 4K UHD TV With HDR for £379.99 & you can find the Bush … Read more
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What's a world cup?


I too bought a 'fake' Hitachi that turned out to be a Vestel. It failed just outside the warranty, and whoever Hitachi employed to do the abysmal after sales service weren't interested. Such a shame, as the old Hitachi I had was excellent. I will never buy another.

damadgeruk Picture quality generally considered good, typically poor sound (common to most modern TVs), awful build quality /reliability though due to the high numbers built you'll often have people saying theirs is 7 years old and works fine. :) I know of some old ones too though I see too many failures to use one. If you must buy one, get a 5 year warranty, I'd bet you'll need it.


What is ment by a vestel? Im looking alot at tvs and seeing this alot, tnz


I think with modern TV's if it's anything major and your TV is out of warranty then it's nearly always cheaper to buy a new TV. Something simple can be repaired whatever the brand.

Hitachi Torch (Add on to battery pack) £3.99 Screwfix
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Hitachi Torch (Add on to battery pack) £3.99 Screwfix
Clearance !! As per link. These are phenomenal this lighted up our whole loft and adjusts really well. This was £9.99 last year!
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Ive got one and its great - very suprised by the strong light it emits even if it is a filiment - 100m no problem ignore the idiots on here, it like somebody voting cold for a ford part because they have a vauxhall and it wont fit their car


LOL OK you got me. I did laugh (lol) (lol)


Or try this-


Got one of these free from Screwfix. They are absolutely useless. Bulky, dim, good for nothing.


Of course ;) Actually I just might because it's probably likely that I can't join the parenting club, in view of my situation; so why should I be penalised?

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