All Ink Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2018
The Amazon basic ones are much better IMO in the Kettle. Being using the Brita ones as tesco were selling them for £20 for 6 too.
Good price and not Amazon, so heat from me.
Yes, I'd say so. My kettle is around 8 yrs old and is crystal clear in a hard water area & coffee tastes better too. I clean it out with a couple of tea spoons of citric acid once a month, when changing the filter. You can also clean with white vinegar but I prefer citric acid
I am using Aqua Optima replacements to Maxtra and they are as good. Wilko also offers replacements for £15 of 6pack . I added heat as it’s a good price for Maxtra.
I have just bought an expensive Delonghi coffee machine and I am thinking of using filtered water with it to prolong its life and prevent limescale...Is it worth it?
If you Google ' HP instant ink referral codes' plenty come up in forums etc. I got 2 extra months this way from somebody's post, but there were many. Hope this helps (embarrassed)
I don't think it is as I can't PM you. Try PMing me first and I'll reply.
its already enabled?
You have to enable the "Allow other members to message me" option in your HUKD profile first. PMd you.
Can u pm me a code as well plz
Taa. Oh ok, maybe it was other way round.
The fit in normal maxtra jugs as cartridges are same size.
Well I was at my local Tesco yesterday and it wasn’t this price.
The picture shows the more expensive Maxtra+ which may not fit a normal Maxtra slot?
Voted Hot. But will be store specific reduction.
Yes I assume so as they are closing down website.
Is it only online?
Bought one, was looking at hp ones with ink cartridge subscriptions, but the reviews on this seem pretty goodthanks..
How much are replacement cartridges and can compatibles be cheaply sourced?
Bought one. Have been looking for the right combination of size, front loading and individual colours. :)
I have an xp-435 and it also has remote printing via the app or sending to the email address. Great little printer
It certainly supports WiFi printing and I don't think you need a driver iirc, so I guess yes? Not sure if it has an Ethernet connection though. I have the model down, the 520 and it's an excellent little printer/scanner. Replacement cartridges are available on Amazon for peanuts and work really well.
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.
Thanks :) Makes sense if you buy regularly!
Also £19.99 for unlimited delivery and returns. M&M direct deals keep popping up almost daily so this might be useful to know.
That's a bugger – I've been looking for a new printer for ages and went to buy this yesterday but the payment timed out. Tried again this morning and it's £20 more. :-/
Price has gone back to £89.99. Expire?
I'm really happy with my Instant Ink and my HP printer in general. You can get extra free Instant Ink months if you use a code from an existing user + some promotional codes that are available "out there". I don't think I can post them here though.
How else would you expect they get the ink to you? The ink levels are monitored and replacements are ordered and posted 1st class way before levels are critical. I've had mine a few months and it's worked seamlessly.
I bought one of these from Argos for £40 last week but it only has 4 months instant ink. So far, it’s been fine for regular printing and surprisingly good for photos, albeit not amazing quality. Easy to set up and all my printing has been done via my iPhone. Can’t knock it for the price and for doing what I need it to do
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)
Yes. Good point. Most but not all of my Nook purchases moved to Sainsburies but I don’t think any moved to Kobo but then I’d already read them. I consider it like most of my paper book purchases. Once I read a paper book it usually goes to a charity shop so it’s ‘lost’ to me anyway.
To gavin1. I agree what you wrote about ebooks from Kobo, Nook, etc besides Amazon. What I wrote was trying to challenge any assumptions people make when buying ebooks. Its seems to me when 'buying' (leasing) an ebook, I struggle with who really owns who. But, some people, because of convenience and simplicity, choose to give up that right of ownership.
Its still a few more steps, and not as easy as a Kindle, but then thats a selling point for Amazon the ease of use, and also importat to Amazon that Kindle user can easily buy more from them.
To be fair the same applies to books bought from Kobo, or any other ebook store. We have a pair of Nooks as well as my kindle, and when Barnes and Noble left the UK so did any way to easily buy books, Our Nook accounts moved to Sainsburies, and the to Kobo. There is pretty much no support from Kobo, and there no way to purchase and load books onto it over the Wifi, only by copying them over by USB, and Kobo too use DRM for some titles.
Calibre does automate the process. I find it painless.
Aldi have a Brita this week for £7.99. Wiko compatible cartridges bring it to around this price, if not cheaper.
White jug is cheaper https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/Brita-Marella-Cool-Water-Filter-Jug-and-Cartridges-Half-Year-Pack-White/14017738925?iid=153003580041&_trkparms=aid=555018&algo=PL.SIM&ao=2&asc=50545&meid=8e8f9798dab449f89ef94a40f28bc87b&pid=100005&rk=1&rkt=12&mehot=ag&sd=173295358642&itm=153003580041&_trksid=p2047675.c100005.m1851
Has the 10% off expired? I can't see it anywhere at checkout.
HP monthly print deal good as can carry over unused pages. Why cold? Bizarre.
How do you extend to free 7 months
Great printer with 3 months trail which i extend to free 7 months 300 pages a month, and great timing kids off they can print whatever they want. Heat 🔥
No difference, The one's on Ebay come with chip also. I buy mine of Ebay.
depending on the seller they may have the old chip which means the cartridges won't work
What's the difference between these ones and the Ebay ones which are much cheaper?