Is the Samsung fridge posted earlier from Amazon not better value it's 5L bigger than this one and £270 cheaper also when checking Samsung website comes with 5 year warranty as well https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-rb36t620esa-375litre-fridge-freezer-frost-free-class-a-silver-ps379-delivered-at-amazon-prime-exclusive-deal-3748679
Thanks for the info. Ah good spot on the colour. It has the same product code as the stainless steel one at AO so might just be a mistype from Amazon. Fingers crossed
Think it’s this one but fingers crossed it’s not all of them. Hoping that between Amazon’s CS and a 5y guarantee, I’ll be ok
I have a gun metal one of these and its an excellent unit. They have thin walls and hold a huge amount in them. Not sure if this is cheap cheap because its Silver Colour the dear ones are Stainless or brushed metal
Before buying check as one of Samsungs top model does leak
22/06/2021Expires on 22/06/2021Posted 4 h, 36 m agoPosted 4 h, 36 m ago
I look at this before ordering the RLK8-510B4-A today which was an extra £49.80 but had Car and person detection as a feature which I think is worth paying for to avoid being bombarded with notification every time a leaf blows or animal is spotted.
Would you need anything else to install these or it comes with everything?
Jesus these have held their value. Bought this 4/5 years ago for the same price.
Looks like they added it as another item, to avoid displaying opinions. Just search for Cricut machines in general search, find one with most comments and read.... It appears that the company decided to play extremely dirty. You have been warned.
Looks like a great discount! (party)
Amazon also have the Cricut Maker machine on offer - there are two colour options for the machine: Cricut Maker Champagne Bundle @ £309.99 save 27%: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cricut-Maker-Starter-Bundle-Champagne-dp-B091V4PQ3G Cricut Maker Rose Bundle @ £309.99 save 27%: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cricut-Maker-Ultimate-Smart-Cutting-Machine/dp/B07RWDQSDZ
22/06/2021Expires on 22/06/2021Posted 7 h, 3 m agoPosted 7 h, 3 m ago
I have this. Does the job nicely and this is a fantastic price! The only thing I've found is microwave rice sachets are too tall for it so I have to lie them down (otherwise they fall over anyway). But everything else has fit without trouble :)
Thanks OP heat added, that’s a great price for a microwave and grill.
Have used this carpet cleaner.. gave the carpets a good clean.. only negative was all the fluff that get's stuck in the brush bristles... good offer for this machine
Yes I have one, same brand but higher spec model, some of the worst money wife spent last year, gets the water dirty but does not clean the carpet, either use some elbow grease or industrial cleaners but these are hopeless in my opinion these are for people that like pretending they've "cleaned" the carpets, wife is supposedly happy(she would say that she spent the money on it) with how clean they are but I am not.
do you have one? the reviews say otherwise
Nice photoshop skills in the pic, this will neither clean your carpets or leave them dry, save your money
Looks like it has finished, maybe it’ll be back again tomorrow
Showing as full price for me?
I got the newest doorbell for around £50 which seems to serve fine for us as I also have a floodlight cam waiting to be fitted to the front. We have one to the side and one towards the rear garden.
Yes it can. We have both and all linked. But I thought I could scare the intruders automatically if they enter into my garden when the burglar alarm is armed. It doesn't work this way as per Ring support.
That's interesting, thanks. Will see whet suggestions ring come back with
22/06/2021Expires on 22/06/2021Posted 7 h, 56 m agoPosted 7 h, 56 m ago
I am not sure because I have read several reviews and comparisons for all eufy models and decided to buy 15c max but I forgot on the prime day. I just bought the 'renewed' version and 3yr warranty for £175. I will see how it fares.
Camelcamel shows £179.99 has been cheapest price so far....
I missed this last year on prime day when it was sold for £159. Best price for now, voted hot.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/deal/0ab41e4d?moreDeals=c5e42a3d,46072fe1,803047d4,5f9b6b64,77bec27c,cdfda87a,35990699,5a656f32,4bee341d,8be55942,49dd4e07,f2aeabbd,21528848,0d251585,fd7b3b3a,bd92a304&showVariations=false&ref=deals_primeday_deals-grid_slot-6_02dc_dt_dcell_img_8_0ab41e4d Check the link above, I wasn't ever interested in the hybrid models, since they had quite bad reviews saying that mopping is far away from 'good'. Seems like the technology is too fresh and we may need to wait for them. However don't base your opinion on me, read the reviews maybe you'll be able to find a good one ;)
Have you found any mopping model that could be a good option? I have no idea of robot vacuum cleaners brands, and I don't know which one to trust!
22/06/2021Expires on 22/06/2021Posted 8 h, 33 m agoPosted 8 h, 33 m ago
Actually my reason for not buying (yet) is for fear it would be oversized for my modeat requirements! I have a 3 litre Pressure King Pro but would dearly like the stainless (cooker-freindly) pot (with its handles!) The IPs do however have a 'wide' pot, which means the minimum fill for pressure cooking is a bit much. The Ninjas are narrower and have a smaller minimum fill (but no stainless pot.) The bigger IP (often on offer at Costco) is even wider, with a still larger minimum - definitely too big for me. The 5.7 is supposedly 'family size' and the 7.5 for large (or american) families...!
Do you find 5.7 L big enough? I had the 7.6 L in my basket originally but not on offer unfortunately
This is the Evo version with a pot that can be used on the stovetop (pretty handy for starting or finishing dishes), and the pot has handles to make everything easier. The lid has a less dramatic pressure release and it has loads of presets to save looking anything up. But the cheaper one will still bring you the benefits of no-drama 'smart' pressure cooking.
If you can't decide, just buy the 7 in 1 instant pot for £49.99
I have the air fryer version and my sister this one. She uses hers far more than me and loves it as she is into cooking Asian Rice dishes and she says it does this really well amongst other things
22/06/2021Expires on 22/06/2021Posted 9 h, 11 m agoPosted 9 h, 11 m ago
The H-FREE 300 is a much newer product plus it has a longer runtime on high power. It also has dual LED lights in stick and a nice handheld mode. (y) There's a full review here: https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/hoover-h-free-300
Is this a better deal? H-Free 700 Pets Cordless Vacuum Cleaner was £219.99 now also £99.99 (saving £120) Perhaps OP can explain the difference and why they think their deal is better before I purchase one,