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o2 free £2.50 credit on £10 top ups in Jan
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No idea of terms as could not find any but calling 2202 reports that all £10 topups are given a additional £2.50 this month, this maybe stackable as it doesn’t refer to bonus (exp… Read more
I don't know Anon. I topped up on the 12th and got it but don't know how long the deal was on. I thought it said all of January.
I had topped up a different O2 SIM for the £10 Amazon offer earlier this month and there is no sign of an additional £2.50 being added. Did it start on a particular date?
nandito4 m ago

I topped up online and received the extra £2.50 a few hours later. I'm on …I topped up online and received the extra £2.50 a few hours later. I'm on the 3-2-1 plan.


Thank you, I will wait and see if it is added then as I also added online. I am trying to get the balance off with an iTunes voucher, but as the balance was £10 (just added) to get my Amazon voucher, and then they charged 20p for the confirmation text (which was not mentioned on the order page!) it now does not have a sufficient balance to pay for it.
Anon5 m ago

Has anyone else received this bonus please? I didn’t hear anything about i …Has anyone else received this bonus please? I didn’t hear anything about it on the 2202 information line? Do you have to do anything to receive it - do any top ups count or only through the calling them?


I topped up online and received the extra £2.50 a few hours later. I'm on the 3-2-1 plan.
Edited by: "nandito" 21st Jan
Has anyone else received this bonus please? I didn’t hear anything about it on the 2202 information line? Do you have to do anything to receive it - do any top ups count or only through the calling them?
Edited by: "Anon" 21st Jan
Huggies pull ups £2 @ Boots
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Spotted these in boots today for £2 a pack. They have the nightime ones and normal daytime ones included in the offer, boys and girls. Online looks like the don't have much stock (… Read more
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Girls one not in stock?
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B&Q Offer Stack: Spend £30 and get £5 off with newsletter sign ups & Get a free £10 Amazon voucher with a £75.01 via Vouchercodes
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Found 19th Dec 2017Found 19th Dec 2017
Couple of offers which can be combined for B&Q, only until midnight. Sign up for email: http://www.diy.com/bandqclub#icamp=HP_Service_JoinClub?
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Looks like you could also go for a b&q voucher instead of amazon. The £5 for signing is fantastic as you get this instantly. Thanks for posting.
Nickb916 m ago

Can we have an English translation please? “Get a £10 amazon voucher with a …Can we have an English translation please? “Get a £10 amazon voucher with a £75.01?”


This. Sounds like a good deal but I'm honestly not 100% sure what the deal is.
Can we have an English translation please? “Get a £10 amazon voucher with a £75.01?”
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Keep your legs warm this winter with these 60 denier opaque hold ups from Asda, just £3 with free c&c
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Great value 60 denier opaque hold ups this season. Crafted with soft handle fabric, they’ll respond to your body whether you’re hot or cold and ensure you’re always kept comfy and … Read more
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rpaderna0826 m ago

OOS


You could always try in-store.
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Great stocking filler.
Pimpson2 h, 16 m ago

Don't know mate but I use these when I go out running and they work a …Don't know mate but I use these when I go out running and they work a treat.


Hi, should I wear it under my normal running trousers (aldi one)? Would it be too hot after a while, I like to buy one but not sure about that. Thanks
mmmmmm hide the old girls veins ..:))))) hot
PG Tips Tea Bags Pyramid One Cups, Total 1150 Teabags £14.24 Prime / £18.99 Non Prime @ Amazon
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It's tea... Prime members save an extra 20% off this product when they subscribe for the first time with code 20SNSPRIME
£10 for me with the code thanks op
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Speculator5 h, 22 m ago

"This is a catering pack containing bags requiring a longer brew time than …"This is a catering pack containing bags requiring a longer brew time than the standard retail bags "



Ace gives me longer to be away from my desk at work.
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"This is a catering pack containing bags requiring a longer brew time than the standard retail bags "
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Personal Blender with 2 cups £9.99 with code @ Studio
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Using code 072 at the checkout gets you the blender and free postage @ studio Available in green and blue :)
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Tried to order from them but they want your life history & credit check, I only wanted to pay for the item.
"As you have lived at XXXXXXXX for less than 2 years we need to know your previous address." I got this message when I tried to order one . They can stick it up their somewhere!
Seems a knock off of a product which isn't that much more in deals?
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Kershaw Injection 3.0 WAS £49.95, Now £14.95 + £2 Cheapest Delivery Option - £16.95  Delivered @ Heinnie Haynes - Free Returns Via UPS Access Point - Limited Stocks
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At the risk of upsetting people, just noticed this is back in stock (maybe it has been for a while, as the last post I see on this thread https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kershaw-… Read more
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sparklehedgehog18 m ago

Let’s advertise some cheap acid deals as well then shall we?! Or cheap b …Let’s advertise some cheap acid deals as well then shall we?! Or cheap baseball bat deals?! Or cheap cigarettes?!The fools of our nation need control as they can’t do what’s safe for themselves as they’re too thick to understand. The genuine users of these type of typically used for violence products can seek them out themselves for the good uses they have and protect the bottom feeders by not advertising these


Seriously? You'd want a ban on a great deal for a baseball bat?
scarl2 h, 40 m ago

All types of car deals must be banned due to these outrageous …All types of car deals must be banned due to these outrageous statistics.Can you believe that in this day and age nefarious individuals are taking cars to work, social events and even to schools Last year in London 11 people died, 287 were left with serious injuries and 4,647 with slight injuries, in what has been labelled a hit-and-run "epidemic".Others that seem to be on a spree are:According to the National Office of Statistics around 25 people each year are killed directly by animals. Of the 25 directly related animal deaths in the UK, the top 5 killers are:1. Horses: about 10 a year2. Cows: about 5 a year3. Domestic dogs: about 4 per year4. Bees & Wasps: about 3 per year5. Deer –attacks about 1 per yearThese need banning ASAP to keep the new generation safe.


What a ridiculous comparison to make!

Acid has many great applications, so would it be ok to post a deal for a small jar or can of it on here. Only a few people have been injured by acid attacks, so it should be allowed on here. Remember, acid doesn’t scar people for life, people do
Oneday773 m ago

I’ve voted Hot. There are many things I have in the house that I don’t nee …I’ve voted Hot. There are many things I have in the house that I don’t need to carry out on the street. My cordless Bosch 10.8v multitool for example. My 2lb club hammer, cordless drill etc. A locking knife is much safer to use in the garden or in general diy than a non-locking version. Especially in situations where a Stanley knife isn’t required.




Let’s advertise some cheap acid deals as well then shall we?! Or cheap baseball bat deals?! Or cheap cigarettes?!

The fools of our nation need control as they can’t do what’s safe for themselves as they’re too thick to understand. The genuine users of these type of typically used for violence products can seek them out themselves for the good uses they have and protect the bottom feeders by not advertising these
grumpyturnip31 m ago

Why report it?


The fact that people like you and “tools comment boy” think this is ok to advertise to the masses is scary. This country has a massively under-reported growing at a scandalous rate problem with knives and it needs addressing before it’s too late!

People need management by the government to keep them safe las they clearly don’t understand what this leads to and as has been shown in this thread there are too many bottom feeders out there that clearly can’t look after themselves or their future generations with their own misguided lack of intelligence
I’ve voted Hot.
There are many things I have in the house that I don’t need to carry out on the street.
My cordless Bosch 10.8v multitool for example. My 2lb club hammer, cordless drill etc.
A locking knife is much safer to use in the garden or in general diy than a non-locking version. Especially in situations where a Stanley knife isn’t required.
Get Free Yoghurt / Popcorn / Quinoa / Pringles / Digestive Thins / Pick Ups & (A2) Milk + combine with £18 off £60 (New customers) @ Sainsbury's
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Codes: For A2 milk use code: FreeA2milk For Bahlsen Pick Ups use code: FREEPICKUP Fore free Seeds Of Change sauce/rice FREESOC For Pringles use code: FREECRISPS For Popworks Driz… Read more
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FREESOC & FREECRISPS don't work anymore
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Does anyone know if it is possible to get these freebies in store or is it only available on the Sainsbury's website?
Missed out on the digestive thins, if go to add them the milk goes.
when i went back to my basket the a2 milk was not valid, i only managed to get the popcorn working! ,but great for those who managed to get all codes working, thanks for posting
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Paw Patrol Snuggle Up Pups (Chase or Skye) now £15.99 @ Argos
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These Paw Patrol Snuggle Up Pups are down to just £15.99 at Argos - they have light-up tummies and play lullabies so they're perfect for naptime! Choose from either Chase or Skye … Read more
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Just to add when placing order in store they will give you either of these no matter which you chose as they are assorted. I had an issue finding the Skye one as most stores only had chase left so had to look around to exchange.
Paw Patrol at £13 on 3 for 2 at Boots
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Paw Patrol pups and their vehicles are on a 3 for 2 deal at Boots. They are priced at £13 each, making them only £8.67 each if you buy three. Chase, Marshall and Rubble are current… Read more
katebear20 h, 9 m ago

Which shop have you seen Everest in? I can't find her anywhere

Sainsburys local to coventry/solihull
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Which shop have you seen Everest in? I can't find her anywhere
Loads of everest and tracker in my area seems odd as all the sainsburys have them on the shelves. I bought tracker months ago when it wasnt supposed to be released but had 3 on shelf again in sainsburys
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cowcrazy6 h, 1 m ago

I got rubble, sky and Marshall. My son likes Rocky and can't seem to get …I got rubble, sky and Marshall. My son likes Rocky and can't seem to get him anywhere eithe


I've seen Rocky in The Entertainer - he's £12 but I think OOS online last time I looked
katebear9 m ago

Just Skye in addition I think. No Zuma unfortunately still! I know that …Just Skye in addition I think. No Zuma unfortunately still! I know that Everest is like Gold Dust.


I got rubble, sky and Marshall. My son likes Rocky and can't seem to get him anywhere eithe
Enid Blyton for Grown Ups - From £3.85 delivered at the Book Depository.
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Five on Brexit Island, Five lost Dad in the Garden Centre, Five Forget Mother's Day, Five go Parenting & Five get Beach Body Ready all £3.85. Five go Gluten Free £3.99. Five … Read more
jeffsmaw2 m ago

Ah, thats a shame. I come for the deals. I'll expire then. Thanks for the …Ah, thats a shame. I come for the deals. I'll expire then. Thanks for the feedback.



No don't do that. That's completely silly. I might not like the deal. and so may lot's of others, but some people will. It might not get heat but lots of people will think it's good value even if it goes negative.
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VDisillusioned2 m ago

That's not how HUKD sort of works, I'm afraid. If people don't like …That's not how HUKD sort of works, I'm afraid. If people don't like something, they will vote it down even if it was 1% of the original price. That's a bit of a simplification, but fairly true.


Ah, thats a shame. I come for the deals. I'll expire then. Thanks for the feedback.
jeffsmaw2 m ago

Ok, thanks. I had not come across them until now and £5 delivered seemed …Ok, thanks. I had not come across them until now and £5 delivered seemed like a good deal when I looked around. I didn't realise they were well read and going up in price. Thank you for your helpful feedback and link. Much appreciated


they came out late last year, just in time for xmas
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watson442 m ago

i think these started out at £3 at sainsburys, then the prices increased …i think these started out at £3 at sainsburys, then the prices increased to £6. i've bought a few of the series for £3 on Amazon or less if you don't mind a 2nd hand copyhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/1786482266/ref=tmm_hrd_used_olp_sr?ie=UTF8&condition=used&qid=&sr=


Ok, thanks. I had not come across them until now and £5 delivered seemed like a good deal when I looked around. I didn't realise they were well read and going up in price. Thank you for your helpful feedback and link. Much appreciated
jeffsmaw4 m ago

Surely they should be voting on the deal itself?



That's not how HUKD sort of works, I'm afraid. If people don't like something, they will vote it down even if it was 1% of the original price. That's a bit of a simplification, but fairly true.
Fitbit Charge 2 Black Large £101 (With Code) @ Sainsbury's (+ free Tea/ Shreddies/ Belvita / Soy Sauce & Pick Me Ups) - £101
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Decent price for the fitbit. Free C&C The code is for new customers only ( ;) )and is SCSSEOAUG18 . For the free groceries: Shredded Wheat (add code SHREDDEDWHEAT ) htt… Read more
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Good price for that!
Anyone know where to buy the band's from please
Runtastic Sit-ups & Abs PRO (Free for limited time)@ Google Play Store/iTunes
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Runtastic Sit-ups & Abs PRO Runtastic - December 20, 2016 - Rated for 3+ Health & Fitness https://itunes.apple.com/app/id570183057 Description Want to strengthen yo… Read more
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i think this has now expired!
philh77719 h, 55 m ago

Does anyone know where you need to attach a phone to make this work i.e …Does anyone know where you need to attach a phone to make this work i.e chest, arm, stomach, none of the above?

You just hold it to your chest - there is a picture in the app that tells you
fishmaster5th Aug

The Reddit community has a bodyweightfitness sub and a free app and loads …The Reddit community has a bodyweightfitness sub and a free app and loads of support >https://www.reddit.com/r/bodyweightfitness/comments/3bmwzf/introducing_bodyweight_fitness_rbodyweightfitness/No gym memberships, everything is free


So what's in this bodyweightfitness sub? I like the chicken & bacon ranch melt. Is it anything like that or is it all just salad?

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Does anyone know where you need to attach a phone to make this work i.e chest, arm, stomach, none of the above?
And banned already! Whatever for
Asus X555QG Laptop - AMD A12 2.5GHz, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, 15.6" Screen, DVDRW, Win 10 Home was £502.49 now £389.98 Delivered at eBuyer
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Cheapest around as far as I can see! Well spec'd machine that should take any productivity work you throw at it. 8GB RAM also, which is great if you are using memory intensive apps… Read more
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Not bad but why get this when
- HDD
- 1366 x 768
- Poor processor (in comparison to similarly priced laptops)

This HP 250 G5 would be better surely considering,
+ SSD
+ Slightly better processor
+ Full HD

Even the Lenovo V110 would be better with,
+ SSD
+ i5 6200U
The only downside being with this is that it is 1366 x 768, but even so this would be better than the Asus laptop offering a much faster CPU and an SSD which is incomparible to HDD speeds.

The only reason to opt for the Asus one would be for the extra 4GB of RAM for specific heavy duty applications such as Adobe programs.
Only 736p which really lets this down, I wouldnt spend more then £300 on a laptop with just a hd screen.
lol

Resolution: 1366 x 768



I just threw up a little.
APC 700VA UPS with USB £59.99 Amazon (Delivery 1-2 months)
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I just ordered one of these to go with my Open Media Vault server. Has good reviews. Delivery time is 1 month however it looks to be much cheeper than everywhere else. I am in … Read more
I've always had a laptop but a couple of weeks ago I bought a PC tower. I was thinking today, do I need to get one of these devices? ie, what could happen if there's a power cut and the PC shuts down whilst I'm going something?
mrwhitelabel

I use a ups on my CCTV DVRWant 24/7 power even if power cut. I've got … I use a ups on my CCTV DVRWant 24/7 power even if power cut. I've got router hooked up to it to so that stays active so alarm can notify via LAN if power cut. if phone line cut also then it's screwed for dialout but will hopefully dial out if they cut power first


ditto
qinyanggl

See my comment above.


I can't see the links?
decanay

I had an APC 700VA UPS about 6 years ago on a Sandybridge i7 PC (no … I had an APC 700VA UPS about 6 years ago on a Sandybridge i7 PC (no discrete gfx, 3 mechanical hdd, ssd, 24" display). It lasted just under 20 mins new, after 6 months down to under 15 mins and I returned it for a 900VA Cyberpower which lasted just under 30 minutes but that had a better life span.The main reason I invested in one was for working from home in a slightly flaky power area, tiny dips in power that caused reboots, frequent short outages etc.. This fixed the reboots, so it's great if that's an issue in your area. For the short outages it means you still need to save/shut down, which isn't good if you work from home. I would recommend other options, particularly as this doesn't appear to be such a good deal anyway - why so hot when it's the highest price Amazon have ever sold it for? This is the one I'm running now - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00BUJBDEM/Not currently available, but regularly under £90, I picked another up for £74.99 from Amazon a few months ago. Double the capacity of the APC, compact in comparison, and powers the above system for nearly 1 hour when needed. Haven't been forced to shut down the machine in over 3 years. For the average PC user, a ups is unnecessary, but those that will benefit from it will end up wanting more than this offers I think, and there's much better value to be had if you shop around.



Is this one pure sine wave? Seems to be but I am not sure.
decanay

I had an APC 700VA UPS about 6 years ago on a Sandybridge i7 PC (no … I had an APC 700VA UPS about 6 years ago on a Sandybridge i7 PC (no discrete gfx, 3 mechanical hdd, ssd, 24" display). It lasted just under 20 mins new, after 6 months down to under 15 mins and I returned it for a 900VA Cyberpower which lasted just under 30 minutes but that had a better life span.The main reason I invested in one was for working from home in a slightly flaky power area, tiny dips in power that caused reboots, frequent short outages etc.. This fixed the reboots, so it's great if that's an issue in your area. For the short outages it means you still need to save/shut down, which isn't good if you work from home. I would recommend other options, particularly as this doesn't appear to be such a good deal anyway - why so hot when it's the highest price Amazon have ever sold it for? This is the one I'm running now - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00BUJBDEM/Not currently available, but regularly under £90, I picked another up for £74.99 from Amazon a few months ago. Double the capacity of the APC, compact in comparison, and powers the above system for nearly 1 hour when needed. Haven't been forced to shut down the machine in over 3 years. For the average PC user, a ups is unnecessary, but those that will benefit from it will end up wanting more than this offers I think, and there's much better value to be had if you shop around.



Brilliant, Thanks for all the info. I work from home 5 days a week too so it's pretty much the same issue.
Maffew

How much time would something like this give me to save my work and … How much time would something like this give me to save my work and safely shutdown? Could this support 2 machines running i7's?



I had an APC 700VA UPS about 6 years ago on a Sandybridge i7 PC (no discrete gfx, 3 mechanical hdd, ssd, 24" display). It lasted just under 20 mins new, after 6 months down to under 15 mins and I returned it for a 900VA Cyberpower which lasted just under 30 minutes but that had a better life span.

The main reason I invested in one was for working from home in a slightly flaky power area, tiny dips in power that caused reboots, frequent short outages etc.. This fixed the reboots, so it's great if that's an issue in your area. For the short outages it means you still need to save/shut down, which isn't good if you work from home. I would recommend other options, particularly as this doesn't appear to be such a good deal anyway - why so hot when it's the highest price Amazon have ever sold it for?

This is the one I'm running now - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00BUJBDEM/

Not currently available, but regularly under £90, I picked another up for £74.99 from Amazon a few months ago. Double the capacity of the APC, compact in comparison, and powers the above system for nearly 1 hour when needed. Haven't been forced to shut down the machine in over 3 years.

For the average PC user, a ups is unnecessary, but those that will benefit from it will end up wanting more than this offers I think, and there's much better value to be had if you shop around.
UPS next day delivery up to 10KG for £4.80
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This is for the UPS Access Point to Door service with £50 insurance included. (Powered by Parcel2Go) Use code "welcome" to get it for £4.80! You can increase insurance to £5000.… Read more
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Not sure why this is expired as it still works for me, thanks!
Just signed up to send a few parcels, welcome code worked for me, cheers OP
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Same with me, no faults with the one I sent.
bixbixbix

beware of leaving parcels at the access points. I booked Monday took … beware of leaving parcels at the access points. I booked Monday took parcel to access point, delivery by the latest on Wednesday.It did not arrive, tracking shows nothing. Rang the store where I left the parcel and they said there were several waiting to be picked up and despite trying to contact them they had no success. I tried, was told online only no phone number had to do online chat. Very unhelpful, all I wanted to do was alert them to this store having a lot of parcels to be picked up that were now overdue for delivery. No receipts are given when taking a parcel in, but I insisted on something so was given a handwritten receipt. Thankfully I was able to get my parcel back today, Thursday, by producing that receipt at the shop. Price is hot, service is cold. Beware....



Left probably 500 parcels at UPS access point, which for me is a little newsagent near me.

Every single parcel collected same day, every single parcel delivered next day.

Your access point guy probably had a faulty PDA, or was logging the parcels in incorrectly. Therefore UPS was not notified about them.
beware of leaving parcels at the access points. I booked Monday took parcel to access point, delivery by the latest on Wednesday.It did not arrive, tracking shows nothing. Rang the store where I left the parcel and they said there were several waiting to be picked up and despite trying to contact them they had no success. I tried, was told online only no phone number had to do online chat. Very unhelpful, all I wanted to do was alert them to this store having a lot of parcels to be picked up that were now overdue for delivery. No receipts are given when taking a parcel in, but I insisted on something so was given a handwritten receipt. Thankfully I was able to get my parcel back today, Thursday, by producing that receipt at the shop. Price is hot, service is cold. Beware....
APC 330W RS LCD 550 Master Control Back UPS £93.21 delivered @ Amazon
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Product Description The Back-UPS Pro provides abundant battery backup power, so you can work through short and medium length power outages. It safeguards your equipment against dam… Read more
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my 2000va model has a constant 20w draw when nothing is plugged in.

I've been considering getting a UPS for a while. I'm wondering however......obviously 99% of the time they're running, they're not needed as such, but the battery is no doubt constantly trickle charging. Anyone any idea how much electricity these things consume/waste when they're not in use? I've tried searching but all I can seem to find is efficiency rates for when they're actual in use (ie a power cut)...so basically wondering how much extra in running costs these end up being
I've had the 700va version of the BE550G for years, it's currently running 3 Microservers/Switches/Routers etc. with a max draw of around 250w and doing fine.

The most useful feature of the APC's the ability to control the beeping around a schedule. With other UPS's a power outage at night would cause a beep, not good for sleeping!

You do not need pure sine wave output unless you're running a very old computer or sensitive equipment. PC's work fine with even a non AVR output.

I purchased an AVR UPS for my Projector and Plasma as a fuse trip blew the HDMI port on my projector and fried my HDMI matrix switch.
justinh

Personally I think this is better value … Personally I think this is better value http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002RX6NY0/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE



Thank you for the ups information and comments, gone with this as works for me with the plugs and no need to change cables and saved me money, also was a 550va, which I assume to be its strength?!, will use it to replace some surge protectors which I thought where the bits we needed at the time...... !!
Bad Actor

I assume we are talking minutes to allow you to power everything off … I assume we are talking minutes to allow you to power everything off after saving your work. Wouldn't be running kit off this whilst you wait for power to be restored.



Depends if you can finish your game or not
APC BK350EI 210 Watts Back-UPS CS 350 £56.39 at Amazon.co.uk
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UPS with 3x battery backed up and surge protected outputs and 1x surge protected only output; 210W 7Ah; 2x RJ45 surge protected sockets; PowerChute Personal Edition auto-shutdown s… Read more
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Tyranicus66

RCD tripping is an earth leak, still an easy fix just more time consuming.



Um yeah, whats your point? This is still what the problem is and none of your earlier solutions are going to fix it
potatoinanus

Yeah, almost there. If the power is tripping out at the same time as the … Yeah, almost there. If the power is tripping out at the same time as the lighting circuit then it's all being taken out by the RCD so none of your solutions will help I'm afraid



RCD tripping is an earth leak, still an easy fix just more time consuming.
I've had the more consumer oriented APC ups for a couple years now, it has regular UK mains sockets (4 are battery backed and 4 are just surge protected) - costs a little more than this one but also slightly higher capacity.

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Mine allows for about 7 mins runtime on my Dell XPS8500 desktop with 2 HD, i5 CPU, 22" LCD and modem router. Software auto shutsdown the PC.
brilliant life savers!

Use my for my fish tanks... keeps them going for about 2 hours during a power cut.
I have bought adaptors for the APC kettle style sockets to convert to uk 3 pin sockets.
They are available on ebay and amazon.

There is even a APC branded adaptor
Cheap Next Day Courier Collection / Parcel Delivery £6.75 @ CheapCouriersUK ebay
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So, was looking to send something fairly big, and tried all the usual methods (parcelmonkey,interparcel,parcel2go) also too long for collect+'s max 50cm dimension and hermes was go… Read more
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Oh well, there's another guy on eBay doing yodel collections for £6.95 here
It's Now £8.65 from him for upto 20kg
ando

they use UPS probably one of the most dependant couriers aroundhad no … they use UPS probably one of the most dependant couriers aroundhad no problems myself with a laptop a few weeks back, would use again unless you can find it cheaper elsewhere as i'm all ears?



Cheap is fine, until the courier damages it.

You have no rights to speak to the courier, or work with the courier, just a middle man who won't have the infrastructure to support you.

Non valuable, fine, laptop, wouldn't risk it.
not questioning the courier just the agent
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