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Kodak Ektra Smartphone with 4k camera - Unlocked & SIM Free - £99.97 with free P&P from Appliances Direct/Laptops Direct
Found 1st MarFound 1st Mar
UPDATE: Now available with free delivery at sister company Laptops Direct. https://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/bct/phones-and-pdas/kodak-smartphones A Marshmallow phone that can sh… Read more

There may be a more obvious valid reason for that though?. Android 7.1 is more-or-less the most up-to-date Android OS out there at the moment as it is ... So what 'update' again were you perhaps expecting on it again? ('security patch' wise?). Android 6 on the other hand is a totally different animal, as it's already about 1 Year old, etc?. Putting it in a whole different category in itself ... But I get what you was trying to say though. :-)


Don't seem so bad https://www.reevoo.com/retailer/147-laptops-direct


I may be wrong, I thought I had read negative feedback regarding laptops direct? The Kodak ecktra looks interesting.


Did anyone get the phone, was thinking for myself, picture quality and stuff, lots of mixed reviews. Thanks


You can't root it and there is no custom firmware of any kind. No bumper cases that I could find. You might find glass screen protector. I think I will buy something with an official lineage or mokke os support.

Kodak Ektra Smartphone - Feel like you've gone back in time to 1941 - £111.97 from Tesco Direct / Sold by Appliances Direct
Found 1st MarFound 1st Mar
A Marshmallow phone that can shoot in 4k for £112 A Camera Legend Reborn Kodak has resurrected a legend - the Kodak Ektra is named and modeled after the innovative and feature-… Read more

OK, I've expired this deal then.



2GB storage? Just enough room for one or two apps. Just check other posts. So it's Tesco staff not having a clue again!


£110 at Debenhams here with free delivery debenhamsplus.com/p/1166228/kodak-ektra-smartphone?tduid=a4684d887af5d6e253e8cf219b3c3843&utm_source=reevoo.com_1428571&utm_medium=tradedoubler



Mini video camera (Polaroid Cube copy?) with decent reviews – Flash deal £7.52 @ Gearbest
Found 7th Dec 2017Found 7th Dec 2017
Was looking for a nice camera to replace my Kodak Playsport. Not sure this is the one! However, sounds like fun, decent quality video and can attach it to anything to get interesti… Read more
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Mine's come – casn't quite remmeber what I wanted it for though!


Hi Parishan, Could you please kindly send me your order number for re-checking ? Gearbest Store Rep.Alice You can contact me here : Alice@gearbest.com


Bought one of these a while back for about a tenner, not bad at all, as usual the Chinglish instructions are a bit rubbish but that's expected. Quality isn't top notch but you also don't have to worry about the cost if it breaks. well worth the money imo. Voted hot




nothing received , the company based in other planet , perhaps the items will arrive 1000 years later, p of s

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Kodak Ektra Smartphone (Was £499.97 Save £330.00) £169.97 @ Tesco
Found 25th Nov 2017Found 25th Nov 2017
Must be an unwanted smartphone, a sell-out.
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99.14 at https://www.alza.co.uk/kodak-ektra-d4527977.htm BBC Click reviewed on Oct 2016 http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04cm40y Kodak Ektra smartphone inspired by 1940s


Keep an eye out for the Ulefone Power Max with the world's largest smartphone battery at 13,000mAh. Should last six or seven days. (y)


That link show 439


That's a great price. If i hadn't recently bought a cheap Lg G4 I'd have had one of those. Worth posting on it's own.


Alza is one of the big online stores in the Czech Republic with several brick and mortar outlets, and quite a good customer service. The UK service has been running for a few years- I think goods are shipped from Czech, and there's a return address in the UK.

Kodak Ektra Smartphone £189.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 13th Nov 2017Found 13th Nov 2017
This originally retailed at £499 and is still at Argos for £449.95 - closest price I could find was Amazon Germany for £192 Some key features:- Unlocked & SIM Free 4G 21MP… Read more
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The camera sensor is nothing special; for a supposed camera centric phone I would have expected a lot more. Has it even received nougat? I doubt it will see Oreo though.


This KoJack should be 50 squid (skeptical)


It appears it's actually a 256GB slot now I have it, I'm not complaining still...in regards to the comparison with the K Zoom, this is a lot slimmer, I haven't ever used the K Zoom's camera but I'm super impressed with this Kodak, and can even delve deeper with the full manual mode which I'll be messing around with :)


SDXC so yes it's a thing but obviously there's no cards that capacity yet but the standard is there regardless.


2TB micro SD card slot? Is that even a thing? Would this be any better than the Samsung Galaxy K Zoom I'm currently using? I was looking at the Moto Z with the Hasselblad camera mod, but it seems very badly-designed and gets terrible reviews. This looks a bit more pocketable at least

KODAK PIXPRO AZ401 Bridge Camera £99 @ Currys PCWorld
Found 2nd Nov 2017Found 2nd Nov 2017
one of the few cameras that still uses standard AA batteries Product features Performance point & shoot 16.1 megapixels Sensor type: 1/2.3" / 6.17 x 4.55 mm CCD sensor Opt… Read more
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Or panasonic


just use rechargeable batteries then... and by not relying on proprietary batteries it's much cheaper to keep a spare set as well


I have actually got a Nikon bridge camera and to be honest the firmware is so bad it's really embarrassing. Doubt that this one could be any worse.


If you're in the market for something like this I'd far sooner buy an ancient SLR and lens on eBay - this will be total crap.


one of the few cameras that still uses standard AA batteries For a reason. If you are on hols and take a fair amount of photos, you'll run the batteries down in one day. So that is new batteries every day for a week or a fortnight - not good.

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Kodak A4 GSM240g photo paper (20sheets) 80p @ Asda
LocalLocalFound 15th Jul 2017Found 15th Jul 2017
In Canterbury Asda and saw this is the computer aisle. 80p for 20 A4 sheets of quality Kodak paper is a bargain.

got some the other day from the Golborne store to. so must be getting discontinued




Which asda?

Kodak premium photo paper for  80p - Should be £8 @ Asda Benton Newcastle
LocalLocalFound 4th Jul 2017Found 4th Jul 2017
Kodak premium photo paper. Price listed in store as £8. Receipt price was £0.80. Purchased in Benton, Newcastle

is this happening anywhere else?


Still a deal if you can get it though, no?


Don't think it's a deal. Just a cock up with pricing


After getting the HP printer with lifetime free ink, I'm definitely needing some of this!!! :D


North only deal . Same in the South will be full price

Kodak Photo Glossy A4 180 GSM Paper - 50 Sheet Pack £4.25 Prime / £9 Non Prime @ Amazon
Found 17th Feb 2017Found 17th Feb 2017
Might be of interest to any Prime members or anyone looking at making a purchase totalling £20 or more from Amazon. I was looking for some A4 glossy printer paper to use with my H… Read more
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What I posted also applies to my £25 Epson XP-325 printer when using Epson's incredible ULTRA photo paper, even compared to their Premium type. The difference really has been most noticeable and makes a worthy difference. The Canon printer has been a damn good one for photos, as well as printing onto DVD and CD's. That did cost quite a bit as I bought it when first released. It was my first introduction to the possibility of wireless printing, even though it does have an Ethernet port as well as the std USB connection. As a very broad generalisation I would favour.... 1. Epson 2. Canon 3. Go back to 1 I have had HP in the past and consider them quite a poor choice these days over that of an Epson printer. The Epson XP-760 that I have just bought today has cost £99 but then I get £30 money back from Epson. So for that very capable printer it costs just under £70. Screen calibration as well as ensuring that you compensate on what you see with a printed test photo by using the advanced printer settings to boost colours etc can help a great deal. A big frustration can be what you see on the screen is not what you see from the printer. The Canon noted.... http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/printers/51110/canon-pixma-mg6250-review .... is indeed excellent and yet I find that I can get VERY acceptable photos from using the £25 noted Epson printer, with a few adjustments by software before printing. If you ever consider changing your printer I would suggest placing Epson and then Canon towards the top of your choices but also consider most strongly the ability to buy cheap inks...!


Thanks, I see the Canon and the Epson XP-760 are around the c£100 mark so you may be getting better results because your using better printers than me? As for HP Envy it only cost £35 so my expectations weren't very high, I also got a free £15 Amazon voucher from Swagbucks via MoneySavingExpert. That, and with the 5 months Instant Ink it was a bargain. It just so happened that my last printer suddenly decided that it didn't want to be a printer anymore so the HP came along just at the right time. I was only using it for documents but I was surprised with the quality of the photos it printed. I've had a poor experience when it comes to photo printing with my last three printers and because of that had decided to use on-line printing services but I didn't get great results every time from them either. I'm no expert but I may have reached the limitations of the HP Envy and may not see much improvement moving up to the Ultra level but I'll keep my eye on them and if I see them on offer I'll pick some up to try, maybe when I'm printing A4 photos I'll notice the difference more, anyway, thanks for heads up.


I have a Canon PIXMA MG6250 and also a Epson XP-325. I have used a Epson XP-760 and was very impressed with it. In fact I have just ordered one today posted in another deal and the Canon printer will go to my Son. Forgot to mention heat added as it is still a good price, but like noted I prefer the Ultra range of papers.


Can I ask, what printer are you using?


I have found these to be just ok but that might be because I then compared then to the Ultra paper. The same applies to the Epson range when comparing their premium to their Ultra paper. White might be white but it does seem that the Ultra take that to another level, in terms of the differences when looking at them. Maybe there are other differences as well but when using the Ultra paper and then printing the same photo on the other, the photo looks far more saturated, colourful and vivid, with the std one looking quite washed out by comparison. I don't print many A4 photos but when I do I now go for the Ultra range of paper. When I can find them the Epson range of Ultra paper seem to be good.

Kodak AA / AAA Twelve Batteries Pack ( Ten + two free )  - Poundland -
Found 29th Dec 2016Found 29th Dec 2016
Available both in-store and online. Everyday affordable Kodak zinc batteries. These batteries are excellent for devices such as Clocks, remote controls, torches and smoke alarms.… Read more
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A terrible thing to use in remote controls, smoke alarms or anything that might be only occasionally used. Zinc batteries should really be outlawed!


They aren't that bad but with zinc chloride batteries they leak so aren't suitable for long term use as it will destroy the terminals if they do, much better in children's toys or something like that.


These are utter rubbish and aren't even worth the £1 price tag


These don't even last very long in clocks. Worst batteries I've ever bought.


avoid zinc batteries unless its really low power

Kodak 9 LED Weatherproof Torch + Batteries £1 @ Poundland
Found 17th Aug 2016Found 17th Aug 2016
Seems a pretty good price for an item that'll always come in useful. 3 year guarantee, 46 lumen brightness, 25m distance and IP62 rated for 'weatherproofness' Found in the Eastl… Read more

Rapidtables table quoted claims Fluorecent / LED produce an identical amount of lumens. Another table on the same page at rapidtables show there are notable differences Significant difference according to Cnet http://www.cnet.com/uk/how-to/watts-vs-lumens-how-to-choose-the-right-led-light-bulb/ 450lm 40w 6-9w 800lm 60w 8-12w 1100lm 75w 9-13w 1600lm 100w 16-20w 2600lm 150w 25-28w


It's not the price it's the item for the price


wow an item for £1 at poundland, who would have guessed.


Lumens to watts table Lumens Incandescent light bulb watts Fluorecent / LED watts 375 lm 25 W 6.23 W 600 lm 40 W 10 W 900 lm 60 W 15 W 1125 lm 75 W 18.75 W 1500 lm 100 W 25 W 2250 lm 150 W 37.5 W 3000 lm 200 W 50 W FROM http://www.rapidtables.com/calc/light/how-lumen-to-watt.htm


A 25 watt old fashioned (incandescent) light bulb is roughly equivalent to about 250 lumens. So don't expect much light from only 46 lumens. As for a 25m reach I suspect that would only work in a lab with specialised equipment unless you can throw it that far.

Kodak 10B black ink cartridge - Argos - £3.49
Found 30th Jul 2016Found 30th Jul 2016
Looks a good price for the Kodak 10B black ink cartridge at Argos. At least £8 at most places.

Good price. But for those which use this particular ink (colour and black), I recommend the following: http://www.wilko.com/printers-and-printer-ink/wilko-remanufactured-kodak-10-black+colour-multipack/invt/0319107 Plus it's only £9.50 for both colour and black and it works perfectly fine.


I feel really sad seeing the word Kodak -Hot anyway thanks

Kodak Mailing Labels 525 Wilko - 50p
LocalLocalFound 20th Jul 2016Found 20th Jul 2016
25 A4 sheets of sticky labels, that's 525 labels 2.5 x 1.5"

Wilko do a lot of clearances that are store specific so check if passing but don't make special trip just for these unless you are going to same store as op.


I got mine in store, can't see any online.


In store / Online?


Great price.........Heat added


Thanks sradmad.

Kodak Verite 55 Wireless 3 in 1 Inkjet Printer £34.99 delivered at Ryman
Found 6th Jul 2016Found 6th Jul 2016
Decent all in one printer for the money. Easy to set-up & comes with proper sized ink cartridges. Apparently quite cheap to run

The one I have now that sounds like an industrial factory starting up is a MG 5550,cant recall no. of previous model .I,d read warnings on blogs about cannon being useless these days but I had a stock of cannon inks so tempted my pocket and I made the same mistake that I really regret now.too many faults to list but its going down the tip soon as inks used up!


I thought the Kodak brand had been purchased by Asda/Walmart, and were just labeling all sorts of cheap rubbish Chinese electronics, with the brand? If I am correct I would recommend you avoid them!


Kodak stopped making printers a couple of years ago and sold the brand to Funai.


I have had two Kodak printers and they were both (with hindsight) AWFUL. I fell for the cheap ink thing. The build quality is not good. The cost of a new print head is outrageous. Worse still, I bought one for my Dad and his was awful too. STEER CLEAR. A foul stain on the previously good name of Kodak. I have no idea how they can keep selling these. (Rant over - sorry!)


Not sure if it will work online but you can get student discount 10% off or 12.5% for nus extra/ucas

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