Check out comments from last time this was posted https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cat-construction-express-train-set-2000-tesco-free-cc-2535091 My own comment was "like ukgaz I came to warn of really poor quality. I figured it was a b&m job. not that there's anything wrong with b&m. they do a lot of cool stuff. my son is a bit younger than the age specified. he got it as a present from his auntie for xmas. even so he couldn't get the train on the track unlike his other sets. even his mum struggled. the track doesn't fit together correctly. ours went up once and is now set for the bin. such a shame as he luvs trains and diggers"
All Iron Discounts, Offers and Sale - October 2018
absolutely useless, didnt produce much more than a normal iron. in no way could someone iron vertically with this
My X purchased it and never took it left here.
I’ve got one of these, not as good as my old model that packed up but does the job and I do 3 families ironing so it gets lots of use
You wouldn’t recommend this then?
Just think of all the things I could iron with this! a) Work uniform. ...aaaand that's it.
Don't know which ones they are, but I got a Tefal one from Lidl a few years back. A regular iron shall never touch my hand again. It is ace! This seems a good price for a decent brand.
Thanks, I came on to look for one of these. Ordered.
Are these better then the Tefal ones Tesco usually sell for £49 on black Friday ?
Cheers Op i even had nearly £40 in my Amazon balance i didn't know i had
Have you ever used a steam iron? No chance you did, you would know the difference.
a £8.99 iron at Argos isnt the same, this is a steam generated iron and works very differently to a traditional one :)
I’m sorry for hijacking your post and using it to moan about why someone, anyone in their right mind would even consider spending this kind of money on an iron. You clearly do see the value in it and on the face of it the price does seem a good discount it’s just you could buy an iron for £8.99 at Argos. As the saying goes, “any old iron” but this is 10 x the price of the cheapest iron I could find at Argos and it’s not even an Apple iron. Please excuse this post, it’s a weary dig at all the people complaining about the price of Apple products who feel compelled to comment about the shocking price without any intention of actually buying the product.
Still waiting for these reviews 'across the net' from OP * sigh *
That's what I can't find. Nothing at all except a few user reviews from 2015. Discontinued models?
Looks like an old Singer Sewing machine lol. Reviews anyone? No Reviews, no buy
@wishihadadonkey Thanks for posting this. I'm ready to buy this as it's even cheaper now but where are these reviews you speak of? I can't find anything online
Thanks for reminding - returned the MR one and got this instead. It's also more powerful in terms of wattage, has auto-off, anti-spill, self-clean etc.
It is now £79. Probably still a good option though.
I got a large ‘mesh’ deluxe one from home bargains a couple of years ago. its perfect for steam irons as it has a sturdy pull-out tray for the base to sit on, it’s extra wide to duvets and has a pull up hanger for steaming dresses etc...
Can anyone recommend a strong ironing board to sit the unit on please ?
received my iron today - faulty - leaks water trough sole badly, even on setting one, leaves clothes drenched. going to replace mine :/
Best iron I’ve bought is the jml one
Having spent 10 minutes with a JCB, I've discovered the buried T&Cs which seem to exclude anything that anyone might wish to buy - sorry for misleading you all. (embarrassed) Exclusions: All Beauty, All Electricals, All Furniture, Mens toiletries, Mens grooming, Fred Perry, Lego, Playmobile, Plum, Little Tykes. All concessions are excluded. To view the list of excluded brands & concessions please click here
I tried applying this but it did not work. Did it work for you?
Worth noting that there is a £25 off £100 for Home/Fashion. (y)
Tried to collect mine on sat but they had no stock left.
One left on the shelf in Hemsptead Valley (Medway).
Ordered for delivery tomorrow 😁 (y) 🏽
Surprisingly it was my wedding anniversary today too....I got it for my wife and was lucky to get it. Still available in london
Sadly, none at any of my local stores either :-( I ordered for click and collect but got an email the next day saying it would not be available. Then called Sainsburys to ask about other stores but none have them, the person on the phone suggested they were clearance. Shame really as it is our 6 year wedding anniversary (Iron) and I wanted to get it for the hubby as a present :-D
(lol) (y) (popcorn)
Reworded just for you ;)
10 years ago now though, they been sat in a warehouse all that time (lol) (jk) ;)
Over 2000 4 star reviews for kettle on amazon
Russell Hobbs are so bad these days imo
sorry meant to quote another message, not yours.
Either one of what? Sorry I’m not sure what you’re asking!
did you end up getting either one? how did it go?
I've ordered it last week. Didn't turn up as apparently they didn't have any stock and they didn't notify me about it so I waited for nothing. It's very common with sainsbury's. Will never shop online with them again
Same. Plus 50p delivery
This is pretty good but the sequel Philips HI5916/36 Steam Generator Iron 2 is even better. Shame it's exclusive to the Xbox One but you can't have everything.
Two in Lincoln
It'll be hard to get one that lasts longer due to battery size, etc. Ours is similar, 20secs is great. And you do change the way you iron with a cordless. Takes about a month to get used to it though.
There's the wife's birthday present sorted (highfive) (lol)
Review 3.7 out of 5... So little bit of the negative side... I love to have cordless but not this one... Which requires charge after every 20 Second...
Don’t forget £5 Quidco, essentially making it £42 :D
Managed to get one delivered but I think they've advertised it incorrectly with having 110g of continuous steam whereas the box states that it has 100g. Not too sure though
I believe argos have price matched http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7647260 I still opted for the sainsburys deal as I used the new account code to get £18 off. "SCSSEOAUG1" which seems to have worked for me.
Code just worked for me online. Im due to collect Wednesday morning (earliest available slot) will be back to let you all know if it worked or not 😁
Mine broke down after 6 months
Me to would not recommend Philips steam irons. 2 broke down in a year time and Philips refused to repair as claimed it was down to wear and tear. Bought a bosch one nearly at the same time for my mother-in-law and she loves it too bits and definately using more frequent than me.
These irons are amazing when they work, but I’ve had 4 over the last 3 years all needed replacing as they stop pricing steam and water just spills out of the sole plate. Philips customer services is not UK based so communication is difficult. Repairs take on average 2 weeks, which is a long time without an iron!. My last generator was repaired 4 times before they agreed to replace it, they replaced with the above model last October and it is starting to fail (loses pressure and water dribbles out). The perfect care do not have temperature gauges and iron purely by steam and I wonder if this is the problem. I would not recommend these to anyone and I will be looking for an alternative once this one completely gives up.
The latest review isn’t instilling much confidence. I’m out.
Fair enough it is a good price compared to elsewhere, but that is £100 more than a standard continuous steam iron and it would take a lot to convince me to part with the extra cash. Not voted either way.
' Well it'd be idiotic to call them medicines then otherwise they'd be regulated by the MHRA gov.uk/government/organisations/medicines-and-healthcare-products-regulatory-agency I stated "classed as a food product". This would be their legal definition and its why they can be advertised suggesting bold claims without any scientific evidence. OPs post isn't bad for this. I didn't say they were food
In addition to the above, I decided why not provide some evidence. I am way past the "stigma" of mental health issues. Around 10 years ago I developed a particularly bad and atypical presentation of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) which did not respond to medication. First line treatment for OCD is SSRI anti-depressants. I gave every single one a good try with at best very mild improvement and at worst, no improvement at all but terrible side effects. Doctors would not give me tricyclic (an older kind of) anti-depressants and basically told me there is no further help. 5-6 years later, I discovered that massive (relatively to the daily requirement) doses of niacinamide knocks it dead in it's tracks. I discovered this as the result of a documentary about orthomolecular medicine. My GP knows that I take it and why. This is important because there have been very rare cases of liver damage from very high doses of niacin. For anybody who doubts, reduction of the dose of niacinamide results in a return of symptoms quite quickly.
When you are deficient, taking the RDA of a nutrient will still leave you deficient. You need bigger "loading" doses to restore levels, then you can start taking the RDA again (unless it is identified you require more).
I'm not disagreeing with you there.
The food standards agency regulate supplements. food.gov.uk/business-guidance/food-supplements
Lowest price around, thanks (highfive)