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Office 365 Home - £40. The main attraction for me personally is 1TB cloud storage for each of six accounts. Much cheaper than anything else available. Also stackable, so buying two gives two years (plus £5 discount voucher), 3 - £10 discount voucher. 

 

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/microsoft-office-365-home-mcafee-6-device-1tb-cloud-storage-60-mins-skype-per-month-for-pc-mac-now-only-3999-argos-free-cc-3216072

 

I have just bought one last week using my home use program discount but I paid more 😏

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Leadax lead replacement flashing- dunno about other BMs but Haldane Fisher are doing a BOGOF on 450mm/6m.  And if you haven't tried it? It's superb. Closest thing to lead....

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£5 off £40 at Toolstation until the end of May using code TOOLECNMAY19 from the electrical contracting news.

Toolstation are not always the cheapest but are convenient and some things like Leyland contract paint £14.88 for 10l are good value.

Works once per account. 

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Walk on glazing! . Fantastic price only 4 units left . PM me for details and mention voucher pocster1bonus

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On 14/05/2019 at 14:11, pocster said:

Walk on glazing! . Fantastic price only 4 units left . PM me for details and mention voucher pocster1bonus

 

Whats the dimensions? + spec 1/2/3 layers,  laminated/toughened??? 

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8 minutes ago, Construction Channel said:

 

Whats the dimensions?

too small for the opening!

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On 16/05/2019 at 21:20, Barney12 said:

£65.00 for a chainsaw? Cheaper than a back street amputation ;)

 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B0731NHV5N 

 

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Meant to say I've ordered one thanks.

 

I'll be getting some training and buying some ppe before I even pull the cord though! 

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32 minutes ago, Onoff said:

 

Meant to say I've ordered one thanks.

 

I'll be getting some training and buying some ppe before I even pull the cord though! 

 

Good. Its a tool that definitely should be respected. Chainsaw trousers/dungarees and gloves a must! I did a short course at my local farm suppliers. It was brilliant and taught me a lot in a couple of hours (mostly about how bloody lethal they can be!)

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Thanks @Ferdinand there are a few bits I could use but nothing I really need

 

I could have saved about £500 if it had been on at the right time though.  They have quite a few things that I paid a fair bit more for

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12 hours ago, Ferdinand said:

These are in Sheffield.

 

 

Hmm some choice items there, is it likely to be returned or damaged stuff?

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10 minutes ago, Hecateh said:

Thanks @Ferdinand there are a few bits I could use but nothing I really need

 

I could have saved about £500 if it had been on at the right time though.  They have quite a few things that I paid a fair bit more for

 

But sale prices could be nearly retail.

 

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It says a liquidation and they have been running this auction every couple weeks with similar stuff for last few weeks. The last one finished on Tuesday and I am picking up Friday morning so will report back. I bought a mix of glass shower panels, radiators and mirrors. The glass shower panels and mirrors went at opening value but radiators went approx £20-30 over opening bids. Remember to add up all costs though inc vat to be added.

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2 minutes ago, Alexphd1 said:

but radiators went approx £20-30 over opening bids. Remember to add up all costs though inc vat to be added.

 

 

Is it an online-only auction process?

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40 minutes ago, epsilonGreedy said:

 

Is it an online-only auction process?

 

Yes. And its pure liquidation which is down to them increasing cash flow so is brand new but at cost pricing plus whatever they can make.

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