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KODAK USB 2.0 Memory Stick - 64 GB, White £5.97 @ Currys PC World
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KODAK USB 2.0 Memory Stick - 64 GB, White £5.97 @ Currys Transport your important files securely and conveniently with this Kodak USB 2.0 Memory Stick . With a 64 GB capacity … Read more
stamfordblue

I bought this stick from Scan before Xmas for about £4.50.Just wanted something for temporary storage and speed wasn't an issue.Was expecting around 3.5MB/s write speeds. I put it in a USB 3.0 socket on the PC, and was really surprised to see it write at around 9MB/s. :D

kaizhu79

£4.98 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00KIOWQZ0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_N648EbX4H902N

djeyewater

A lot of the cheap USB3 sticks that get posted have write speeds slower than USB2, so the fact that this is USB2 isn't necessarily a negative. However, I looked up the speeds of this stick and they're even worse than the cheap USB3 sticks! Read speed: up to 15MB/s write speed: up to 5MB/s.

adil171

If you’re going by that rule... You’ll be over the legal limit by the time you transfer one song (lol)

andysfast

It’s ok for me, set it going, then you have GOT TO keep an eye on it, so while you are watching it you can sit out in the sun and have ice cold beer. That’s what I’ve been doing most of today. Setting up new thumb drive music and kids videos for the new car. The slower the drive, the more beer you can have while you’re watching it. Super beer drinking deal.

KODAK EP101WG Outdoor PTZ Smart Security Camera £55.99 (£51 plus £4.99 P&P) @ Sports Direct
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Posted 13th MarPosted 13th Mar
KODAK EP101WG Outdoor PTZ Smart Security Camera £55.99 (£51 plus £4.99 P&P) @ Sports Direct
£55.99£89.9938%Sports Direct Deals
Kodak EP101WG Outdoor PTZ Smart Security Camera Manufacturer's product info EDIT: Was initially posted as a House Of Fraser deal for £89.99 but as Daver (y) pointed ou… Read more
ssouthall6

There will be none cheaper that outperform or get close to Hikvision. They could give the product away if they wanted to, it's a state-owned loss leader product that pings Xi Jinping's AI machine. Personally, I steer clear of organisations that are proven to be state owned with a lifetime president that is cool with imprisoning Muslim Uighurs in detection camps and promotes social crediting, but each to their own

melted

Hikvision claim to have their own patented solution for dome cameras, the pdf also illustrates the problem with domes : https://www.hikvision.com/upload/20161013175918293.pdf I think the turret / eyeball cameras are a better option than domes, as the IRs and lens are under separate bits of glass. I can't recommend a PTZ camera, as I haven't tried any, I just used to maintain a couple of CCTV systems, which included a few expensive domes, and have bought a few budget cameras, some surprisingly good, and the odd garbage one, myself.

ashbath

Please could you post some decent options, I have hikvision domes at home and they work flawlessly.

TopTrump

Cannae be harrised to wait, I'll expire it.

TopTrump

Useful information hence why HoF and SportsDirect (they're related now aren't they?) are selling to clear old stock. Grathththththiath. Purchase avoided. Shall I kill the "deal"? Upvote this post to kill it. Once past 10, I will expire it.

Kodak PixPro AZ421 16MP 42x Zoom Bridge Camera - Black £129.99 @ Argos
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Posted 8th FebPosted 8th Feb
Kodak PixPro AZ421 16MP 42x Zoom Bridge Camera - Black £129.99 @ Argos
£129.99Argos Deals
42x long zoom lens. Optical image stablisation. Clear 16MP images. Model number: AZ421-BK. Sensor 16 megapixels. Image stabilisation. CCD sensor. Shooting Smile detection. Re… Read more
bonzobanana

This JK Imaging seems to be some middle company created to license the Kodak brand. The real manufacturer is Asia Optical of Taiwan who are a big OEM manufacturer for many other brands and make many components for cameras too. Maybe they didn't want to upset their OEM customers so confused the issue by creating this new company to license the Kodak brand. http://www.asia-optical.com/sub_level.php?ls=295 I saw a recent review of the AZ901 and seemed a good camera and I have a AZ365 which I bought when on offer for £29 quite a few years ago from Tesco direct and its a pretty decent camera. I've no complaints with it or the quality of its images although the video at 720p is merely ok quality although the zoom feature compensates. I now have a Sony DSC-H400 and while the Sony is definitely better I can get similar images with the Kodak. Still its surprisingly to see the AZ421 still being sold, seems like many retailers are sitting on old stock that perhaps they bought cheap years ago. I don't find Argos very impressive either their prices or the models they decide to stock. They also have a terrible action camera they keep trying to flog for £15 that records terrible 720p video and barely lasts 20 minutes. It's like they are sitting on hundreds maybe thousands of those awful cameras.

Edged

Fair enough bud.

Edged

Same camera Currys just have different numbers from other sellers on many different things especially cameras.

johnnyd57uk

Wasnt trying to sell this to HUKDers. Just to point people in the direction of some relevant information. I have a box of used and unused cameras as I tend to use my mobile like most people. However I know there are people out there that still love their cameras.

jackw33

Az401, different camera

Kodak Xtralife Alkaline AA 4+2 - £1 at Poundland
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Kodak Xtralife Alkaline AA 4+2 - £1 at Poundland
Kodak Xtralife Alkaline AA 4+2. Six batteries for a quid in Lanark store today. Manufacture date of 09/2019 Ignore image of 4+1. The deal is for 2 extra.
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tintowellfan

Still available yesterday, but now seem to be getting replaced with 4+1 packs.

tintowellfan

What 'date of manufacture' was on the packs? Never really had any dud batteries, of any make, in recent years.

kissablejoe

Bought 3 packets of these. All the batteries in 2 of the packets were duds

Ashfaq_Huss

Thank you :) needed them for that same reason tbh. I think I'll take your advise and get a few packs of the alkaline ones too.

luketickner

We got these and put them in kids toys and hardly got any use before they were dead. The smaller packs, although smaller, seem to last longer than the larger packs

30 Kodak AA/AAA batteries for £2 at Poundland instore Skelmersdale, Lancashire
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Posted 14th Nov 2019Posted 14th Nov 2019LocalLocal
30 Kodak AA/AAA batteries for £2 at Poundland instore Skelmersdale, Lancashire
Picked these up at my local Poundland yesterday. I think you can usually get 10 for £1 in Poundland/Home Bargains etc. So a bit of a saving. Thought these would be handy over Chris… Read more
jp2016

Fake news

compadre

That's before it went bust, now just used for cheap items, not all bad. Think of Polaroid, grundig ( that's a long time ago!) Goodman's et al. PS. Sharp, Telefunken, blue spot , finlandia, make your own list. Good names sold and marketed down market. Sharp I think have original stuff , oh and Toshiba, some under Japanese umbrella, some sold off.

SFconvert

They only last ages in very low drain devices like TV remotes or maybe a small clock. Not worth using for most other things. They shouldn't leak though unless mixed with newer batteries.

Zaphod99

I honestly don't get the hate here. These last ages, I've been using them for years and not once have any of them leaked.

Fugazy

I thought KODAK was a top end brand.

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Kodak Xtralife 30 x Alkaline button cell batteries £1 @ Poundland
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Posted 7th Nov 2019Posted 7th Nov 2019LocalLocal
Kodak Xtralife 30 x Alkaline button cell batteries £1 @ Poundland
30 PACK 5 OF EACH SIZE AG1 AG3 AG4 AG10 AG12 AG13.
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astramondeo

What watch?

stamfordblue

You'd better steer clear of Duracell Power Plus batteries as well if you want to avoid leakage.

deleted1559845

Interesting, GP batteries are the only ones I've had leak that were in date (a few times). I think they're highly regarded as well.

torquatus

..and possibly the cost of the watch

wing_jay

This was poundland ages ago, not anything new or deal. Only if they sell the batteries separately as some are not commonly used.

Kodak PM 210 Thermal Mini Portable Mobile Instant Photo Printer - Gold - £36.72 @ Amazon
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Kodak PM 210 Thermal Mini Portable Mobile Instant Photo Printer - Gold - £36.72 @ Amazon
Currys are selling the black and white ones for £89.99 - so go gold and grab yourself a deal! EASY PRINT TECHNOLOGY Mini Smartphone Printer Lets You Print 2.1 X 3.4 Photos Direc… Read more
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kobrakaan1

expensive because Max Spielmann prints start at 7p for a 6 x 4 inch photo

Besford

Just pop into Tesco, Max, Boots, etc. and get an instant GOOD QUALITY print for around 40p. MUCH cheaper if you do in bulk on line. These things are very expensive way to get a poor quality print. A toy. Why would you do that?

Sparkley123

Ah no.. think i probably will just go with the sprocket

Sentral

Reviews are terrible - even at this price, it's probably not worth it.

shawnlee

Dunno

Kodak 1080p HD Fixed CCTV Camera £44 at House of Fraser
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Posted 28th Oct 2019Posted 28th Oct 2019
Kodak 1080p HD Fixed CCTV Camera £44 at House of Fraser
Use code AUTUMN20 to get 20% off and price down to £44. Other security devices also on offer. DESCRIPTION Product code: AE9116 The Kodak EF701B Outdoor Fixed Security Camera … Read more
adam4007

Hi, here’s the night view.

AndyRoyd

Wondering if the model number quoted by HoF is a typo of another Kodak-branded Liz Invest item: EF-101B rather than HoF EF-701B? Anyways, the 1-prefixed Liz Invest model offers "Automatic upload on your Google Drive account" which is kinda unique in the domestic IP cam market, maybe the HoF model does as well, although I wouldn't be entering my main Google account login details into a cam that speaks to an unidentified server (but likely located in China).

adam4007

Your the man.

AndyRoyd

No need to spend more than circa £15 FBA for 360degrees PTZ with two-way audio (including dedicated on-cam button to initiate conversation with the app user), microSD storage, motion detection, motion tracking, IR nightvision etc https://www.amazon.co.uk/VicTsing-Wireless-Activity-Security-Surveillance-White/dp/B07V6C8C7W/

adam4007

Looks good but all those wires is messy. The one I have is amazing at night plus pan and tilt 360 degrees two way talk so you can here what people are saying on your property. App i runs perfect.

KODAK USB 2.0 Memory Stick - 32 GB, White  £2.97 Currys free C&C
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Posted 11th Jul 2019Posted 11th Jul 2019
KODAK USB 2.0 Memory Stick - 32 GB, White £2.97 Currys free C&C
£2.97£4.9940%Currys PC World Deals
Transport your important files securely and conveniently with this Kodak USB 2.0 Memory Stick . With a 32 GB capacity it's got plenty of space for movies, music documents and any… Read more
bobdylan

Cold, you can pick up better brands such as Kingston AND usb3 for the same money on Amazon Why would you ever want 14 of these slow assed things!? Lol

SudarshanaVinod

Maybe good for PlayStation classic?

jamhops

£44 for the proper thing :/

encaser

You can get a 480GB SSD for similar money. The labeling to not mix them up and see what is on them without plugging them all in to find things/load time and slow speed actual use will be a pain. Plus the fail rate for USB sticks is seriously higher. All of which suggest a doomed project.

finknottle

Now that’s enterprising! Didn’t expect such an interesting reason XD will the resulting Franken-drive not be quite a bit slower than an SSD though? Good luck with the project anyway

KODAK Extra Class 10 microSDHC Memory Card - 32 GB £4.50 delivered @ PC World
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KODAK Extra Class 10 microSDHC Memory Card - 32 GB £4.50 delivered @ PC World
Capacity: 17310 photos (16 MP / 7 MB) Read speed: up to 20 MB/s Write speed: up to 12 MB/sCapacity: 17310 photos (16 MP / 7 MB) Read speed: up to 20 MB/s Write speed: up to 12 … Read more
harrythefish

Well, the no-name manufacturer has to add the branding license fee to each SDHC card. http://www.ip-marketing-tools.eu/uploads/produits/1239/3_brand_licensing_guidelines_lo.pdf

Pokora

Is this brand reliable ?

corsa12345

Take it this wouldn't be great for a gopro.?

meherenow

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Integral-microSDHC-Memory-Smartphones-Tablets/dp/B015WISO2U/ 29p more (if you have Prime) gets you a faster Integral 32GB card at up to 100Mb/s read...

doubleuc

Exactly what I needed thanks

KODAK Mini Shot Wireless Instant Digital Camera & Portable Photo Printer Amazon Truck deal pick up locations in Leeds - £59.99
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KODAK Mini Shot Wireless Instant Digital Camera & Portable Photo Printer Amazon Truck deal pick up locations in Leeds - £59.99
£59.99£99.9940%Amazon Deals
Amazon Treasure Truck deal for Leeds 3 locations and times KODAK Mini Shot Wireless Instant Digital Camera & Portable Photo Printer was £99.99 now £59.99
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FireOnAWire

Not just you. Should be clear to anyone with any sense really. This is a product people will (foolishly) buy thinking it's a neat gadget only to shelve it once the price of consumables becomes apparent.

amour3k

Hahahahahahaha, you're telling me?. The first thing I thought when I saw this Deal earlier Today was, this is Poloroid rip-off of sorts?. Or maybe that's just me ... lol.

vikfresh

Also available in London!

FireOnAWire

Price of print media kills it. £15 for 20 sheets? Insanity.

Gollywood

A Kodak camera in 2019! Who'd have thought it!

Kodak Micro SD Card 128GB £14.54 with Code at tomtop
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Kodak Micro SD Card 128GB £14.54 with Code at tomtop
£14.54£16.9114%Tomtop Deals
100MB/s Reading Speed
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amour3k

I have a ROLEX branded memory card, just for you, I'm literally giving it away to you for JUST £15k, if you want? (shock) bargain right?. :{ lol. :p PM me for details (flirt) (when you've finished having your heartache :( )

repouk

So, £14.54 for a fake of a cheap (poo) card? Bargain... (popcorn) :{

silent-watcher

This is developing into a puntastic thread!

StonkwellBogtrotter

Try not to be so negative :|

michaeljb

Wouldn't expect them to be gone in a flash, probably just trying to grab a bit of extra exposure, id focus on another brand (embarrassed)

Kodak High Speed U1 TF / Micro SD Memory Card  32GB - £3.90 @ Gearbest
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Kodak High Speed U1 TF / Micro SD Memory Card 32GB - £3.90 @ Gearbest
Kodak High Speed U1 TF / Micro SD Memory Card 32GB, class 10 branded card, hope t helps someone.
amour3k

Yep, it's a crying shame all that. :-( I believe that Polaroid were able to pull these clear from that fire at the time, on account of the fact that they were (and still are), into INSTANTLY made picture's - via their own uniquely branded technology ... That's what I call some proper impromptu smart thinking, at a point in time of when neither we, or the 'Markets' knew any better?, lol. (Sod only knows as to where even they would have been now too, to be honest?, IF that otherwise unwarranted foresight they had at the time had not been 'realised' at the time, in the manner to which it rather did?). It's kinda interesting the way in which the wind will sometimes blow on us at times like that, huh?. Makes me (every once in a while) think, when I reflect on such stuff's at time's anyway ...

Gollywood

Too little too late Wonder who makes these under the Kodak name?

cullies

Its ironic that these little memory Sd cards contributed to Kodak going bankrupt in the 1990's

Add_to_Basket

No not prime customers only. Just the free delivery is. Us non-prime members just need to order at least £20 of eligible products (which is too easy to do!!)

lazyfatboy

Only £3.71 for a Kingston class 10 at Amazon. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B079HBRTZW Yes it's prime customers only but it'll be genuine and get to you much quicker.

Kodak K133 USB 3.0 U 256GB Stick £25.99 Delivered at Tomtop
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Kodak K133 USB 3.0 U 256GB Stick £25.99 Delivered at Tomtop
£25.99£28.9910%Tomtop Deals
Spotted this and thought it was a decent price for the capacity. Customer reviews seem to be good, and would be perfect for backups of SSD based laptops, or just transferring files… Read more
spannerzone

KOJAK maybe but not Kodak, gotta be a fake, it's the wrong font, they haven't used that style of uppercase letters in decades and even then the spacing and font is wrong. Decent fakes get these details right, which is a bad thing, but bad fakes just need a good slap in the face for sheer laziness.

lollypoplee

After reading all of the positive feedback above i might go for one (highfive)

dmm1000

not a Kodak - the "real" Kodak are just about surviving

shurken

100% fake

switzzzz

These people are the worst for internet shopping ,they do not allow for faulty goods return .Had loads of hassle with them AVOID!!!!

Kodak Rechargeable Batteries AA + AAA Pack Of Two £1 Instore @ Poundland
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Kodak Rechargeable Batteries AA + AAA Pack Of Two £1 Instore @ Poundland
£1£2.9967%Poundland Deals
so found these in my local poundland.seems a fair price for rechargeable batteries.2x AA Kodak 1.2V Nickel Metal (Ni-MH) Rechargeable Batteries 750mAh Capacity
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pablobanez

Need a battery charger to go with these, any recommendations?

Quinoa

Thanks AC but I will pass on these. I got converted to eneloops many years ago, still have sanyo ones before they sold out to panasonic. If you are lucky some of the Amazon Basics are the japanese eneloop 2500Mah oems. "Kodak" in poundland, to me sounds like chinese knockoffs and a false economy at 750 Mah Amazon basics £11.98 on S&S for 8 so £1.50 each. which will last longer and for years longer. I have lots of AA rechargeables, the best I ever had were fujicell (from 2006) but they have all died now, next best are Amazon basics (dark skin), eneloop (sanyo), Uniross red, eneloop (panasonic). Aldi and Lidl are okay but inconsistent and don't seem to hold the charge as long when left dormant

John_Atkin

These cheap and nasty batteries should be banned

John_Atkin

False economy buy duracell batteries instead

jazzuk777

See Morpheus' comment just above this one... :/

Kodak High Speed U3 - 128GB Micro SD Memory Card £16.16 delivered @ Gearbest
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Kodak High Speed U3 - 128GB Micro SD Memory Card £16.16 delivered @ Gearbest
Seems pretty legit. Pay will Paypal for extra protection in case something goes wrong.
polarbaba

Gearbest are a complete waste of time if things go wrong, thoroughly unhelpful and they would rather pass a kidney stone then refund a faulty item.

meherenow

I know about this. My (heavy, thick hardback) book would cost more than £15 to send tracked back to France, so I'd still be out of pocket. PayPal think they are a law unto themselves - pretty sure as the payment processor I could argue it, but quite frankly I have bigger fish to fry (than this mangled book that it, not PayPal, I'll just not bother with them in future).

Shirrou

https://www.paypal.com/uk/webapps/mpp/refunded-returns

meherenow

Hmm, my experience of PayPal protection is that it is not worth anything in this case. If it all goes pear shaped and you ask PayPal to step in with the resolution then if they decide that yes, you can get a refund, they will ask you to send the item back (to China in this case) with a trackable service - there is no guarantee they will give you your postage money back, so you can lose out. Different on ebay as they can ask the seller to send you a prepaid label, but outwith there is no obligation for you to have your postage refunded - nonsense I know, but that's how it is... I know this from recent experience - I bought a retro gaming book from Geeksline in France - it arrived in some shoddy box twice the size of the book (Amazon do the packaging for him - check out a recent Kickstarter they did, loads of folks moaning about the state of the books), the result was the book was all bashed up. I sent the company photos, twice. Got in touch a third time and they just continued to ignore me - went down the PayPal resolution route, they found in my favour but, as above, to get my refund I have to send it back with a trackable service and pay for it myself - what's the point of that - that will cost just as much as the book did! Will certainly not choose PayPal in future - you'd have more luck instigating a chargeback with your card issuer and bypassing PayPal altogether in this case. Plus there's always the chance the seller could say I sent the wrong book back, or that it was in worse nick than it should have been etc etc.

HaraldBB

Yes. It is. Currently making money out of licenses. You can start selling your own product under Kodak brand, if you only pay enough: https://www.kodak.com/GB/en/corp/company/licensing/default.htm

Kodak Extralife Batteries 12 pack for £2.00 AAA or AA. Poundland £2
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Kodak Extralife Batteries 12 pack for £2.00 AAA or AA. Poundland £2
Last time I bought these I either got 5 of just 4 for a quid, can't remember, but these new packs have 12, 10+2, for £2.00 so back to 16.6p/battery. I use them in pretty much every… Read more
indi64

Stick to £1 PANASONIC pack, theese Kodak will not give you doulbe the life.. Aldi.. Agreed great value and a Which best buy, use them in fire alarm and Hive unit etc.. Last a very long time.

WillyW

I make a quick assumption on the initial weight on pickup of a battery pack, gives you a rough idea to start with.

Gormond

I have been using these for the Christmas tree lights, still going strong after over a week.

peterdarlison5423

Primark sell alkaline 10 for something like 1.60. Excellent batteries

MIDURIX

There is a such a tiny difference between any Alkaline battery that a difference in price between 17p and 25p is huge. So I certainly wouldn't avoid these. The last pack I bought were 5+1 for £1 and they are comparable to Duracell etc. Don't really buy Alkaline anymore though. edit: also the Aldi and Lidl batteries are never there when I go in.

X30 Kodak AA Batteries - Poundland instore - £2
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X30 Kodak AA Batteries - Poundland instore - £2
X30 Kodak AA Batteries Local deal in Poundland in Fforestfach Swansea. Worth checking your local stores ;)
je551

Thabjs for the info (y)

je551

Thanks for the heads up

je551

Thanks for the heads up . I didnt know the difference x

je551

We all have to learn somewhere ;)

je551

Ok tha js for the heads up

Kodak 20 LED, 125 Lumens lantern £2 instore at Tesco, Milton Keynes (Kingston)
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Kodak 20 LED, 125 Lumens lantern £2 instore at Tesco, Milton Keynes (Kingston)
Kodak 125 Lumens lantern. In Tesco Milton Keynes Kingston. In the deals bins (right of the escalators).
pugit666

I’ll have a look then later, maybe york haven’t changed the shelf edge ticket yet :-) cheers. (strong)

muf

No stickers as they weren't in the normal clearance part of the store, but the deals bin. Other items in the bins (that I bought) scanned at the advertised price.

pugit666

Did they have reduced stickers on? £4 in york

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