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11-02-2013, 21:54   #31
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Q: What is B-Grade?

A: B-Grade includes used and unused returned products, end of line, slightly marked or refurbished products. To ensure peace of mind each product comes with our 12 month guarantee having been fully tested by our team of in-house technicians. What's even more attractive, all of the B-Grade products are reduced in price! B-Grade is only available via the website, sales line and mail order Related Links: B-Grade Search
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22-02-2013, 12:31   #32
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Currently on special with Maplins.

http://www.maplin.co.uk/usb-wireless...ecaster-223254
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22-02-2013, 13:45   #33
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Can I just ask, does it come down a bit more, or was it people getting their €60 and £60 mixed up? Want to get one, but not necessarily in a rush if it's sometimes a bit cheaper again?
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22-02-2013, 19:53   #34
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Can I just ask, does it come down a bit more, or was it people getting their €60 and £60 mixed up? Want to get one, but not necessarily in a rush if it's sometimes a bit cheaper again?
Just bought this today Macy0161. The same station was in Maplin in Cork in January for 209 euro.
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23-02-2013, 09:34   #35
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This is the UK site , and advertised in Sterling ,if I reserve on the website what price can i expect to pay in store when i collect it ? , someone mentioned it being over 200 euro in Irish stores recently.
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More than likely you can't reserve in UK and collect in Ireland.

If you're able to collect in Belfast (for example), you'll pay discounted price.
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23-02-2013, 10:21   #37
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I bought it online on the UK website. Cost - 70 pound sterling including delivery.
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I bought it online on the UK website. Cost - 70 pound sterling including delivery.
Ive just ordered from the website too..
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23-02-2013, 15:38   #39
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Ive just ordered from the website too..

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Just a quick word of warning, i ordered the B grade USB touchscreen wireless weather forecaster £44.99 and got it delivered to parcel motel in northern ireland. However parcel motel just emailed me saying the package is oversized and i can either collect it in the nightline depot in Finglas or have it delivered to my address for an extra €10.50. Collecting it in Finglas is fine if you live in dublin, but i live in waterford so its going to cost me €10.50 plus the €3.50 normal motel charge. Just something to be aware of.
Its cheaper to pay maplins £8.50 delivery charge.

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Let me quickly correct my last post, i rang parcel motel this morning and a very nice very helpful lady told me they now forward over sized parcels to your nearest Nightline depot for collection, it would have cost €7 but she only charged me the initial €3.50, maybe because it was the second of my free stays, anyway i'm a happy customer.
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how big is the maplin weather station?

anyone care to post a picture. i love to get one but i dont want a huge weather station.
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This is mine attached to my garden shed.
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I just bought one of these am very excited, I hope it can cope with the storms.
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This is mine attached to my garden shed.
thanks for sharing that Talkabout , i presume most/all of the pole is your own though and didnt come supplied?
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