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Roberts Stream 93i Internet Radio, DAB, FM, WiFi, Spotify Connect Refurb £99.99 @ Roberts eBay outlet
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Superb reviews, cheapest new is around £149. Manufacturer refurbished, direct from them so you shouldn't have any warranty issues etc.
Bought one from here 6 months ago. Was completely as new. Bargain.
I have this , the sound quality is very good for it's size. Definitely a premium product.
Also £20 cheaper than the Roberts site. It’s a great streaming device, sound quality is great for its size
Ricoh SP 150 Mono Laser Printer (+ copy of BullGuard Internet Security) £51.97 Delivered @ Box.co.uk
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Found 9th FebFound 9th Feb
I have to say, this is quite the attractive printer. Kudos to Ricoh, and kudos to Box as this seems to be the cheapest price around for this Mono Laser. 22 pages per minute print… Read more
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josephallen9th Feb

A laser printer with scanner for £30? Unlikely.


"you're right bro, sorry i doubted you..oh masterful one"
rapid1111111 h, 12 m ago

These have gone up. Remember getting one with a built in scanner for £30


A laser printer with scanner for £30? Unlikely.
Toner carts £27-£30 on Amazon (clones)
These have gone up. Remember getting one with a built in scanner for £30
Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 1PC - 1 Year - 1 Device - Anti virus for £3.99 @ digits.mart eBay
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Found 7th FebFound 7th Feb
Hi guys i just found a trustworthy seller who is selling Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 keys for just £3.99. I ordered it and got the email with a key in blink of an eye. The key… Read more
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awesome, cheers
just come to laptop to find my license had run out
also didn't realise that i was using the Total security suite, put the activation code in, it said it was for a different product but then installed and switched me over to the other program automatically, no faffing which is an awesome touch
Daveseans8th Feb

When a news about security breach of a SECURITY Software surfaces, you …When a news about security breach of a SECURITY Software surfaces, you need to think twice before using, even if that's free.


Personally I'm more worried about who writes the news, and the things they don't write about.
FYI this "deal" is for 3 devices. And the link for the free version (NOT Kaspersky Internet Security) is
usa.kaspersky.com/dow…oad
The funny thing is all these people saying Kaspersky are spying have got their news from googling, or Facebook, or mainstream media sites, all of which are data mining too. Most are even reading this so called news using Android or chrome devices, or even Windows or Mac, all of which “spy” on them too. Even the ISP is at it! Whether you want to believe it or not, your data is going all over the place without your knowledge, and to say no to probably the best security suite because of some silly mainstream media scaremongering is just ridiculous. It will help reduce the spying that already going on if nothing else..
When a news about security breach of a SECURITY Software surfaces, you need to think twice before using, even if that's free.
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Yankee Candle Meltwarmer Gift Set £9.99 delivered using code FR33DEL @ Internet Gift Store
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Official Yankee Candle gift set Part of the Christmas 2017 Collection Includes Limited Edition Winter Village Melt Warmer and 4 wax melts Scents include: Crackling wood fire, F… Read more
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mamaduke5th Feb

Bit cheaper at Debenhams …Bit cheaper at Debenhams £7.50http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10701_10001_304069990494_-1#BVRRWidgetIDuse sh4z for free delivery


Thanks! Managed to order 2 from here also - BARGAIN!
£12.50 but buy one, get one free at the Yankee store in Swindon outlets (if anyone is close enough)
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purplelily43 s ago

Are these burners electric or just a tea light to melt? Good deal either …Are these burners electric or just a tea light to melt? Good deal either way


Tea light to melt burner.
Are these burners electric or just a tea light to melt? Good deal either way
Yankee Candle Spiced White Cocoa Small Jar £3.99 @ Internet Gift Store & free delivery with code FR33DEL
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Just bought 4 of these as teacher gifts for next Christmas - yes, I know it is only February but at £15.96 delivered (using code FR33DEL) it was an offer too good to miss!
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dant198i2 m ago

Have5off is another discount code, cant be stacked but just maybe useful …Have5off is another discount code, cant be stacked but just maybe useful for someone


Was going to mention that one but as you just stated both codes can't be used together so for me the £2.95 off the delivery was the best discount.
Have5off is another discount code, cant be stacked but just maybe useful for someone
Thanks mate!
Internet Security kaspersky  2018 3 Devices, 1 Year £14.89 - Costco
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Picked up this from Costco yesterday Seems a good dealand well respected (y)
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I'm assuming you'd need costco membership for this.
Do they have many decent offers often? (in order to make my membership fee worthwhile, else not worth it for jusrt this software alone)
thomasbentley5 h, 9 m ago

Russian access to your full computer info??



The perfect citizen subject. Swallowing hook, line & sinker the propaganda narrative that Russia=bad.

Personally, I trust 'Russia' more with 'access' to my data than the UK/US any day of the week.
Kaspersky is excellent. They become victims of American anti-Russian campaign. Yanks seems to attack any successful Russian company.
Even UK government not found any evidence regarding Kaspersky supporting Kremlin. They just cautioned about using Russian av.
yup they are different products.

I would take alot of what is said about kaspersky with some added salt.

Remember intel's mcafee, isn't doing well, same with the other av.

Also other av's have silmar capabilities that kaspersky susposidly has
Kaspersky anti-virus is not same as Internet security...
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Ted baker portmeirion art deco style 2 stacking mugs £17.99( ted baker sale items from £7.99) @ internet gift store,free del
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Whilst browsing internet gift store I noticed these, Ted Baker 2 stacking tribalmix mugs,appropriate for me as the design on one of them is horses and love horses <3 These are… Read more
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2 mugs for 18 quid?!
Had some of these before, they are very high quality
Three pay monthly 4G MiFi £4.97 plus minimum one month contract fee at Currys
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Found 23rd JanFound 23rd Jan
Product features Roam free in 60 destinations 1 month rolling contract Choose from 3 data plans Device: Huawei E5573 Recommended tariff: 15 GB of data - £20 per month Product info… Read more
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001_ATLANTIS29th Jan

I really should have know better...Bought this from Curry's/PC World today …I really should have know better...Bought this from Curry's/PC World today and knowingly signed up to rolling 30 day contract with the intention of immediately cancelling as I don't need the device for a couple of months. First problem was that the credit check threw up issues with the formatting of my address (that's never happened before but ho-hum it was eventually resolved). A few hours later I phoned Three to cancel the contract and guess what - no can do they said - because I signed it in Curry's I would have to go back to Curry's to cancel it. They also said that even though I hadn't activated the SIM I would have to pay the first month even if I cancelled successfully. Just as I was about to go back to the store I realised that the SIM card they had supplied was 3G and therefore incompatible with the the 4G device they had sold me. Thankfully this gave me watertight grounds for taking it all back and getting a complete refund, but be warned. Lesson learned is never t o shop at Curry's/PC World again but for most of you savvy readers that will probably be a given!


Can't see the point of going crazy over this deal, given the contract requirement. Even if you cancel it you still register a credit search. It might only lose you a few points, but that could make a difference for some. You can get Mifis of this quality for this price, or even cheaper on eBay. Plus, it's possible that PAYG will eventually be reduced as well if Curry's are looking to dump these. That happened with the EE Osprey and Osprey Mini.
ame260723rd Jan

Can anyone shed any light on these- I use my mobile and tether my …Can anyone shed any light on these- I use my mobile and tether my laptop/tablet/whatnot. Whats the difference?


Mobiles are often slower for various reasons. Moreover tethering massacres your battery. On top of that you can connect multiple devices simultaneously and stow it in your bag or a pocket (this MiFi is much more compact than the EE Alcatel Osprey Mini).
Edited by: "carnivaist" 17th Feb
I really should have know better...Bought this from Curry's/PC World today and knowingly signed up to rolling 30 day contract with the intention of immediately cancelling as I don't need the device for a couple of months. First problem was that the credit check threw up issues with the formatting of my address (that's never happened before but ho-hum it was eventually resolved). A few hours later I phoned Three to cancel the contract and guess what - no can do they said - because I signed it in Curry's I would have to go back to Curry's to cancel it. They also said that even though I hadn't activated the SIM I would have to pay the first month even if I cancelled successfully. Just as I was about to go back to the store I realised that the SIM card they had supplied was 3G and therefore incompatible with the the 4G device they had sold me. Thankfully this gave me watertight grounds for taking it all back and getting a complete refund, but be warned. Lesson learned is never t o shop at Curry's/PC World again but for most of you savvy readers that will probably be a given!
Its amazing the trouble that people will go to for a half baked "deal". Do you really want to be going to the bother of trying to cancel contracts. Some will let it run over by mistake and of course thats what they are hoping for.

I have bought mine on ebay and I also noticed some on sale in CEX unlocked. They are handy ( have taken on holiday) but realistically they will spend most of their time in a drawer.
kenwebb19536 m ago

Just adding to the support of the OP. I did read your comments as I did on …Just adding to the support of the OP. I did read your comments as I did on the earlier post for the same kit.


Hahahahahahahahaha, fair enough, no big. :-D

But unfortunately, the power of 'The FORCE', is out of our hands on this one ...
Superman look a lite 12 " mood light was £19.99 now £9.99 @ internet gift store,free delivery with code
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Superman superhero look a lite mood lite. Was £19.99 now £9.99 requires 3 batteries. He stands approx 12inches high and great for any Superman fan 🍻 free delivery with code… Read more
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Superman is too square for me. Won' light up my life........mmm
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@HutchAW ,Whether for your own kids or the BIG kid lol. Bargain.great for a man cave 🙉 very illuminating
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This is ace! And for a tenner, can't go wrong.

I mean, for my kids, obviously
Star Wars Metal Earth Darth Vader's Tie Fighter £3.99 delivered @ Internet Gift Store (Also Metal Earth AT-AT £4.99 / Metal Earth 'Imperial Star Destroyer' £4.99)
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Spotted this bargain whilst browsing The Internet Gift Store. Elsewhere this is selling for around £9 to £15 delivered. Use code FR33DEL for free delivery. Contains: 2 Meta… Read more
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andywedge19 h, 18 m ago

Think they may not be official Star Wars products slimy31; I've never heard …Think they may not be official Star Wars products slimy31; I've never heard the AT-AT called a '3D Metal Puzzle Dog Soldier Model Toy - FROST' before


True, but they still look pretty decent. These were my first three, the TIE fighter is correctly labelled, the other two are just blank bases;

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Funky_DealFinder2 h, 16 m ago

I think we all knew these "Pokèmon" keyrings weren't official. But no-one …I think we all knew these "Pokèmon" keyrings weren't official. But no-one really cared, did they?


Some of the fake Metal Earth Star Wars models do have some made up names/text on the bases. Only some have bases, and only a few of those have text on, but worth noting to avoid those as it does look stupid.
andywedge1 h, 26 m ago

Think they may not be official Star Wars products slimy31; I've never heard …Think they may not be official Star Wars products slimy31; I've never heard the AT-AT called a '3D Metal Puzzle Dog Soldier Model Toy - FROST' before


I think we all knew these "Pokèmon" keyrings weren't official. But no-one really cared, did they?
I tried C3PO and it was tiresome! I ended putting him in a little net bag in pieces like the one chewbaca carries him in

I told my son I did it to make it look like the movie
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Think they may not be official Star Wars products slimy31; I've never heard the AT-AT called a '3D Metal Puzzle Dog Soldier Model Toy - FROST' before
Gigabit Wireless Router TP-Link AC3200  £99.98 Amazon
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TP-Link AC3200 cheapest deal i could find on it! great for gaming and streaming 4k
Yes, Gearbest have the RT-AC86U for £139.99. That's a very good price, but the usual caveats with buying from Gearbest/China, Import Duty/VAT and after sales support apply. It's virtually impossible to send stuff back to China for a full refund if anything goes wrong. Personally, I wouldn't spend more than around £30 on a single item with Gearbest. The cheapest UK prices is £199.99 from Amazon, but that's on a 1 to 2 month lead time.
Berhwale14th Jan

The model below the RT-AC68U would be the RT-AC66U B1 or RT-AC56U. …The model below the RT-AC68U would be the RT-AC66U B1 or RT-AC56U. They've both got the same CPU (although the 66U is clocked faster), but lower spec wireless. Note, the non-B1 version of the RT-AC66U should be avoided as it has a much slower CPU (the B1 supports USB 3.0 and you can see the extra port on the front of the router).Merlin's ASUSWRT firmware is certainly easier to setup than DD-WRT.





gearbest have this router for £140
worth getting
The model below the RT-AC68U would be the RT-AC66U B1 or RT-AC56U. They've both got the same CPU (although the 66U is clocked faster), but lower spec wireless. Note, the non-B1 version of the RT-AC66U should be avoided as it has a much slower CPU (the B1 supports USB 3.0 and you can see the extra port on the front of the router).

Merlin's ASUSWRT firmware is certainly easier to setup than DD-WRT.
Berhwale8 h, 50 m ago

Asus RT-AC68U …Asus RT-AC68U here:https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASUS-RT-AC86U-AiProtection-Accelerator-Aggregation/dp/B075WFL15D/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1515922952&sr=8-1&keywords=rt-ac86uWRT Netgear, I think you'd be looking for an R7000 or R7800, Google 'best VPN router', you'll find plenty of discussions of the relative merits of the different brands and models.


thanks for this
what would be the model below this?

im guessing merlin software is easier than ddwrt - i would like a vpn but exclude certain websites i.e. bbc iplayer to run through it, so im guessing its easier for a newbie for me to stick with merlin based firmware router

i will keep an eye on price hopefully will drop
wakkaday10 h, 18 m ago

Can’t find that model on amazon any good netgear routers for open vpn etc


Asus RT-AC68U here:

amazon.co.uk/ASU…86u


WRT Netgear, I think you'd be looking for an R7000 or R7800, Google 'best VPN router', you'll find plenty of discussions of the relative merits of the different brands and models.
VOXI - Endless Social, Video & Music Pass (for 6 months) for Under 25s [30 day rolling plan]
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Voxi (sub-brand of Vodafone) is a sim-only network aimed at people aged 25 & under. They are now offering unlimited (endless) data on video and music streaming apps like Netfli… Read more
I got sent this earlier and I have been a member of Vodafone for a few years now, and as it states under 25 not sure I would personally do it as you aren’t exactly getting anything I have a data plan of 30gb a month with an iPhone 7 unlimited mins and texts for less than £40 a month
Windows 10 Professional, Microsoft Office 2016 and Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 Bundle £32.96 - kinguin.net Sold by: NextKeys
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Great bundle deal from Kinguin for Windows 10 professional, Microsoft Office 2016 Home and Student & a 6 month licence for Kaspersky Internet Security 2017. If you want Kingui… Read more
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i upgraded to windows 10 pro by using a legal win 7 anytime upgrade key. however there are keygens around for it aswell but i haven't tested them
brainsys7 h, 56 m ago

HUKD should ban these illegal deals. What next - stolen bicycles? This …HUKD should ban these illegal deals. What next - stolen bicycles? This ain't Gumtree!



They won't - they get their income from click-throughs - doesn't matter how dodgy the deal is
badboyofrock6 h, 21 m ago

How? Since windows 8, oems haven't put the key on the outside of the case …How? Since windows 8, oems haven't put the key on the outside of the case like they did with 7, XP, Vista etc. There is no serial to remove. Why do you think that the sellers on eBay tell you you can have the Coa, but it'll cost you some exorbitant sum for postage and you've to wait 3 months? It's because there's no Coa. Again, you might be lucky and it'll last forever, but it might stop working next week.


Don't let common sense and facts get in the way!
I've had these discussions before and am told that big corps sell office computers to refurbishers and the refurbisher re-sells the windows and office 2016 licence. I then ask why they haven't scrubbed the hard drive like any big corp would do. Silence. I ask why wouldn't the big corp re-use the office licence as it's so new. Silence.

But apparently it's totally legit yeah riiiight.
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You dont even need to activate w10 if you can handle the limited personalisation.
HUKD should ban these illegal deals. What next - stolen bicycles? This ain't Gumtree!
Kaspersky Internet Security 2018 - 10 Devices - £17.99 Prime / £19.98 non Prime @ Amazon
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2018 version. 10 user licence. Digital Download (so no need to spend over £20 for free delivery). EDIT 1: Dear Moderator who amended the subject line - as per my original wording… Read more
888eyeball19 h, 28 m ago

where did you see the 4.99 existing customer offer?


It's a pop up on my computer from Kaspersky, as my renewal is due very soon.
I can screen print the next time I log on, if you want proof.
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A2DY_15 h, 13 m ago

Why care unless you’re doing something wrong?


It’s up to you as to how you value your own privacy. If the govt wanted to monitor me they could easily bug my home or whatever, but I just don’t want them collecting everything I do by default - which is how they operate these days now that most people spend a significant portion of their life online.
Bestard13 h, 28 m ago

So taking that logic a bit further... you won't mind if the government …So taking that logic a bit further... you won't mind if the government one day decides to start observing you in your home?


To a certain extent probably not. All comes down to how that data is controlled.

How many people have IP CCTV cameras on here. With those any random company can view in your home. How many have Echos/iPhones/Google Homes, with those anyone could be listening to every word, and those same companies know everyone you call, browsing history, in the case of Amazon they know everything you buy etc. Banks already know everything you spend, your location when you do, all your personal info and very soon with open banking this information can be shared automatically with other companies at the touch of a button. Link these things together and a random company based in LA, New York or China will know what you say, where you are, what you buy and all your personal details. This can happen now.

So for me, my own government whose main aim I would like to think is to protect its people knowing last week I googled what time my local Chinese takeaway opened really isn’t a worry for me.
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A2DY_25 m ago

Why care unless you’re doing something wrong?


So taking that logic a bit further... you won't mind if the government one day decides to start observing you in your home?
patrick_0001 h, 21 m ago

.We all know how govt departments gradually share more information - GCHQ ….We all know how govt departments gradually share more information - GCHQ supply our browsing history to the police but it’ll eventually creep to tax inspectors, local councils and so on and so on.Why make it easier for them to collect your life history?


Why care unless you’re doing something wrong?
Huawei E5573Bs-322 4G Mobile WiFi £9.99 @ Currys
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Cheapest I’ve ever seen one of these they go for around 30-50 on eBay, may say three but they come unlocked aswell great for using around the house not sure how long they will be … Read more
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I’m trying to put my 02 data sim in this device and it shows up when I search for Wi-fi but it asks for a password before I can connect. Doesn’t seem to be anything with the packaging that mentions a password? Can anyone help?
Fluffy_Munchkin2 h, 4 m ago

Now showing at £4.97 at Curry’s/PC World. From 19/1/18


I think I seen this last week. Thanks for the reminder. Will get a few more.
Now showing at £4.97 at Curry’s/PC World. From 19/1/18
maltloaf_df26th Dec 2017

I have one of these. I added an external antenna at home and it’s 4x f …I have one of these. I added an external antenna at home and it’s 4x faster than my wired dsl.


Can you show me how please?
roadie3rd Jan

Try triplicate and I won't say no. Lol


Hahahahahahahahaha, I'm sorted now, so I'm good, lol.

But thanx for the offer anyway (be it a bumped one or otherwise?, looooool). :-D
Ocean Digital Internet Radio WR233 WiFi Wlan Wireless Connection Desktop DLNA streaming Colour Display- Black £69.99 Sold by Ocean_Digital and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Internet radio: 26,000+ internet stations, 250 presets Superior sound quality:Audio output power at 5W RMS with equalizer settings Adjustable EQ. Support DLNA and UPnP music stre… Read more
plebbygiraffe21st Dec 2017

Looks like a rip off of the Logitech Squeezebox Radio from 8 years …Looks like a rip off of the Logitech Squeezebox Radio from 8 years ago!https://www.amazon.co.uk/Logitech-Squeezebox-Radio-discontinued-manufacturer/dp/B002N2YZYU


More similar to the Logik box I think.
ebay.co.uk/i/1…647

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plebbygiraffe14 h, 43 m ago

Looks like a rip off of the Logitech Squeezebox Radio from 8 years …Looks like a rip off of the Logitech Squeezebox Radio from 8 years ago!https://www.amazon.co.uk/Logitech-Squeezebox-Radio-discontinued-manufacturer/dp/B002N2YZYU



I still have 2 of the squeezeboxes. Fantastic kit with BBC catctup.
nyctaxi2 h, 24 m ago

Pure radios are good.


NO THEY ARE NOT M8 !!!!
My Pure Legato ( £380 ) broke.
They replaced it with another one.
It broke.
Good?
Good my "ELBOW" !
I used to really want one of these but an old otherwise obsolete android tablet seems to be up to the job. They're still more expensive than I thought they'd be by now.
patience_13 h, 44 m ago

Anyone got any other recommendations for a really good internet radio? - I …Anyone got any other recommendations for a really good internet radio? - I need one for a present. The Roberts radios look a bit too retro for me.


Pure radios are good. The newer ones include internet radio but are quite expensive. Sound quality is good though.
Denon Heos 1 HS2 Internet radio, Bluetooth - Twin Pack - White £245 -  Conrad Electronic UK
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Description Amazing sound from a compact, portable speaker. The compact enclosure features humidity resistance, making the HEOS 1 ideal for listening in damp or steamy environm… Read more
Thanks for the post. It looked like a very good deal and Denon have always been a premium product.

Glad they're moisture proof as whoever got them will be crying tears of joy.
OllieSt29 m ago

It most certainly was a twin pack when I posted it, but now it's not …It most certainly was a twin pack when I posted it, but now it's not showing.Time to expire.


Bah thanks for the post anyway. I'll have to look for another xmas pressie for meself
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It most certainly was a twin pack when I posted it, but now it's not showing.


Time to expire.
BOGGLE005 m ago

It might just my ageing eyes or the meaty description but where does it …It might just my ageing eyes or the meaty description but where does it say you get the twin pack on the link?It reads like you can link two together but that's going to cost the same again.


I'm not that old (well, I keep telling myself that) and I don't see the twin pack anywhere on the site either. I was quite tempted by this.
It might just my ageing eyes or the meaty description but where does it say you get the twin pack on the link?

It reads like you can link two together but that's going to cost the same again.
NETGEAR 11AC 1200 Mbps Dual Band Gigabit 802.11ac (300 Mbps + 900 Mbps) Wi-Fi Range Extender with External Antennas and Extra Power Outlet at Amazon for £34.99
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Similar to a deal I posted before, except this extender has a power socket so you don't lose out! Previous price is normally £39.99-49.99. Deal expires at midnight.
Friend has one of these in a small flat. Makes no sense because the signal from the router is strong already. You need a BIG house for one of these.
Just sent the more advanced one of these back as constantly needing restarting to get signal back - seems from the reviews of these netgear extenders I am not the only one reporting this issue!
Edited by: "nictry" 11th Dec 2017
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