All Uno Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2018
Yes I didn’t, Voted hot though (y)
...clearly you didn t read the post...GIANT Uno...so different to the one in Pounfshop
hotukdeals.com/deals/uno-play-cards-50p-in-poundland-2867249 50p in Poundland depending on the stock availability
I'm not falling for this one again, they never have Uno in our store at any price lol
Never have any in my locals. Given up now :( I always have to buy for £7
Why would you buy 20? I understand you want to make money but there are some people who want to get uno for 50p/£1 who play it themselves
I agree. No stock in SE London branches either. Wild goose chase.
All these hot votes. Has anyone managed to find any? Always a wild goose chase in the midlands area. Never can understand the voting that goes on here
Probably too late as deal has expired but the medium is more than ample for a holiday
Thanks OP,really needed a new suitcase (y)
Bought the small size for £28.19, is it ok for hand luggage?
Thanks, perfect timing (y)
How have I missed another suitcase deal! :( Nightmare!
esp8266 nodemcu and a 1.3 oled i2c screen are great fun.
Get a pack of sensors and things also LCD screens.. maybe a servo or two shouldn't cost much but it'll let the kids imagination go wild!. After all that's what's it's all about. You may have to help with LCD screens but other than that it should be ok. Remember the internet is there for you... Failing that ask!. But try and get bits that are easy to use and have been used elsewhere and existing code exists. Adapting existing code is still a valid way to learn and get up and running. There are visual graphical programming interfaces for Arduinos now as well like xod. https://xod.io Let us know how you get on!
It depends how basic you want to make it - if you want to work with discretes there are many tutorials on line and you will get change out of a fiver. Arduino tutorials officially are £30 for the kits - all the documentation you will need is on their official site. (You can get cheaper clone boards and kits, however I recommend supporting them by buying an official board). ESP8266 is a slightly more advanced block building entry into electronics and then you have Raspberry Pi and Beagle boards, which are more advanced again (I can't recommend the Pi Zero as a lot of the projects require a full Pi board to work). There are thousands if not more of resources out there - mainly all free, Google is your friend! Try Instructables for inspiration - or even YouTube! I only wish I was starting to learn now - back in my day you had to post a physical letter to the manufacturer to obtain a data sheet! All the information was hard to come by and required a lot of time & effort to work through - now you can type a part number into Google and within seconds you can have the data sheets example schematics and projects and order the parts online. (Heck you can even send the schematic to a company and have them design and complete your board for you!)
I got my kids this for Christmas and they're whizzing their way through it. Anyone have any suggestions for additional kits that expand on this one? I'm guessing most the starter kits will duplicate much of what was in this kit.
can you recommend some parts to pick up @horsey? where is a good place to buy a genuine Arduino Uno? I read that the market is flooded with cheap imitations (is that true? does it matter?) what parts from the kit would you recommend picking up. eg. Uno, breadboard, LEDs... I'm assuming Maplin on the high street would be expensive for individual components?
360finder, you are way too sensitive. You seem to be taking offence to people stating that rear facing car seats are safer than front facing seats. You seem hell bent for an argument. Yeah £100 might be a good price but it's still helpful for people to know, who might not, about the benefits of rear facing. As someone above said, you might think it's more practical or comfortable for a child to be in a forward facing seat, but it's when a collision occurs is when it matters. Anyway, feel free to take offence to this and start looking at previous deals I've posted... :|
"laurieleigh: Car safety has increased massively in the last couple of decades and research into the safety of occupants has obviously also advanced- proving that rf is safer, end of. laurieleigh: the fact that rear facing is safer than forward facing. It is easy to interpret both these statements from your previous post as negative toward this particular seat. If you agree that this is a good deal why not add that sentiment to your comment and save the hassle if this to and fro.
Please point out where I have slated this deal. I gave the deal heat as it's a great price for the seat. Good price or not, it doesn't negate the fact that rf is safer than ff. Sometimes rf is not always possible and this I think is the next best thing. 2 of my deals were for erf seats, a 3rd for a hbb and the 4th for a 123 seat that was a good deal for anyone on the hunt for that seat.
Sorry I interpreted the line "years ago cars didn't even have seatbelts" as comment on safety not the length of time rear facing seats have been available. You also to appear to have posted four carseat deals in the past four years only one of which was rear facing (not in the picture mind just stated in the post) so slightly hypocritical of you at best to slate someone else's deal on safety grounds if you have been aware of the advantages of the rear facing seats for so long yet post forward facing seats.
Please read MY comment - i was merely replying to your statement that erf have only been around for 2 years
Thanks still this price and bought to put away
Thanks for posting. Just ordered for the Christmas box.
Ordered many thanks
Also ordered for Xmas. Thanks OP
thanks op, ordered. Great for xmas.
My friend got 2 from Sauchiehall St yesterday. Not sure if they got more.
Went by Anniesland today and none there either so the options are narrowing - potentially in town itself?
How did something that is apparently so rarely available get so hot? Mind boggles.
Will check my local, thank you.
Down to 7 quid odd now, shame it’s a banned company here
Which value would you use then? Or would you randomly use one of the 30 resistors with multiple values? What's your input voltage? The value of the resistor will change based on the colour of the LED and the input voltage. 30 isn't enough. You should probably start with a ladybird book.
One of the kit images shows about 30 resistors, looks like enough for the 30 LEDs.
Not a bad kid, but NodeMCU is the thing to buy really. The kit I bought had no instructions and none of the components were labeled. Daft that they supply so many LED's, without enough resistors.
Um, if looks like if you mention a certain company your post gets held under review? not big or clever
Actually I was in B&M earlier and had a look at the ones mentioned here, and I've also got the brown version of the ones you mentioned from Screwfix, and these plugs are actually a bit better. The Screwfix ones are smooth, but these have an anti twist flange, That said, there still no point in buying this bag, B&M do a hundred of just the 7mm brown ones for a quid+something
Actually correctly installed yellow plugs will hold up human weight simply because of the shear strength of the screw, the point is that many homes have bricks made of Lancashire cheese and the holes are typically drilled with a blunt twiglet. Secondly, hand a millennial a red rawlplug and he'll drill 1 one inch hole into plaster and never hit a brick. Always go overkill on fixings. I once merely touched a shelf that was held up with red rawlplugs, if fell to the floor and broke a number of expensive glasses. Clearly the owner was expecting a Forth Bridge structure, merely because it was attached to her wall and up till then had never fallen off. That was £100 in breakages simply because some muppet thought that a red rawlplug was good enough. Why specify 10-15mm longer screws without considering what you are fixing? Yes the lip is weakest point, the point was that plaster is even weaker and you do need to actually be able to see the plug in order to get your screw in the centre. A screw is typically 3p, a rawlplug 1p, what's the point in carrying a bagful of red and yellow ones when the occasions that you will need to fix a 100g door bell to the wall are few and far between? And what's the point in risking a failure when you can happily use the biggest screw that your mounting point can take, all for 4p. M7 drill, brown rawlplugs and 4mm/5mm screws in a few different lengths - that's 95% of most jobs sorted.
Good price for Rawl but I got these and they do a great job. http://www.screwfix.com/p/easyfix-wall-plug-selection-pack-mixed-3-6mm-600-pcs/18139
got these from screwfix ages ago, or something in near identical packaging and they are great. Anytime I buy a new item that comes with rawl plugs, I instantly swap them over for these.
can someone help with the edit of the title please..it won't update. it should read were £55 now £5.
Love this game.
Still rummaging but not big on socks or cooking utensils (nearly mis-typed that ha) this shaving cream at half price £10 is pretty good (Viktor & Rolf Spicebomb) http://www.selfridges.com/GB/en/cat/viktor-26-rolf-spicebomb-barbershop-non-foaming-shave-cream_132-77011643-L7006800/
Some really good stuff in the sale in general, for example: http://www.selfridges.com/GB/en/cat/puma-madrid-low-top-suede-trainers_726-10036-2636334342/?previewAttribute=Dress+blue+suede Never mind, they're OOS lol There's only crap left!
Heat added and welcome to HUKD. Keep up the good work this is a great deal.:)
The fact there has been a similar deal in the past doesn't mean it isn't a deal this time round. This is a very competitive price and well worth alerting folks to when it comes around again.
where can u buy plastic uno cards?
Never realised?, lol. Haven't seen them at any of mine either? (but then again, I didn't know to look out for them either, hehe). Will need to check out for a few of these things soon me thinks?. :-)
The £1 uno deal in poundland has been posted so many times- i've never found it in the 2/3 stores I check though!
Some left in Durham branch if anyone's from up here :)
They are available in TESCO Extra store in swindon for £ 1.25 and there are quite a few when I checked yesterday
Gotta love Uno!<3
Still £6 in Torquay
Perfect drinking game!
These were in our local store yesterday at the same price, so they are around :)
Ordered, thanks very much
3 gone 5 to go
I saw these in Tesco recently but then had no price on them. Il have to go grab some now! Cheers!
Thanks for posting will check the Tesco stores close by I also checked Poundland but couldn't get them in any of the 4 I tried
i have searched 3 local Poundland the last two time and haven't been able to find them
Uno as a game is alright... but this game played with a deck of Uno cards has been a hit with everyone I've shown it to (it just has an unfortunate name) https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/393609/uno-spaz
LoL always best to use the search function to find if anyone has recently posted offers similar or better.
Never mind then
Well that blows
added on hukd the other day for £1 in the poundshop
Checked all 3 stores in Edinburgh, nada! Still hot if you can find it. :)
Has anyone ever found these in a Northern Irish store? I've paid many wasted visits unfortunately
None at the Gillingham branch :(
None at the Beckton branch :(
haha - i'll be bankrupt by new year playing cards with you all
I 'reluctantly' bought it the other night, and I only found one lobby. I say 'reluctantly' because I had the 360 version already, and It's basically the same version. All my friends have UNO on the 360 and not one of them is interested in buying it 'again' so that is probably why hardly anyone has bought it. Oh and lastly 'I think' cams are only viewable if you are playing your friends. I must say that I've seen some crazy sheet on the 360 version but I think it should be up to the discretion of the player on whether they have public cams on or off.
Your not wrong , I mean it's uno.. they can't really change much
It's literally exactly the same as the 360....
I have heard this is not good as the original. Myself I wish they just made the 360 version backwards compatible.
Spent many hours on this on the 360 and rose to about 400 in the world. Earlier this year I went to play it with my son who is just getting into games aged 6 but had to reinstall as I am on a 60Gb drive....I know I know when it was not on the store at all. Tweeted about it and they told me to call the help line and that and Uno Rush had been deleted from the store and they gave me £20 credit as I had paid for games that I could no longer play due to them just removing them. Will have to wait until I get a XBOne to rejoin the cam fun it seems.