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    Post Your Wanted Requests Here - Reply With The Best Offers

    Hi All,

    There seems to be a lot of wanted requests in this forum, which is fine - please use this thread to post your wanted requests.

    I will personaly post replys to your wanted requests with hopefully the best price on the net!

    Please feel free also to add your own replys and if you want to earn points in the process then you can post your offer in any of the Rpoints forum's then copy the link and post it here - like so:

    Example:
    Request: "I want the best price for the Nike Shox trainers - can anyone help?"

    Reply: "Yes I can - Try these for size!" http://www.rpoints.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=79878

    Don't forget to rate your fellow members for their replys.

    Cheers, ss

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    A New Wife (NEW LIFE)

    1. One that dosn't moan
    2. always agrees with everthing you want
    3. Lets you go to the pub and out with your mates any time you
    want
    4. You can go on rpoints at any time (Surf the net)
    5. Spend as much of here hard earned cash as you like without
    battering an eye lid.
    6. Also anythings eles that i forgot and aggrees to the rules made up as
    i go along.

    If life were so simple she's not that bad you know but i hope see dosent read this beacuse i'll probally need a hosiptal, lawyer and a great deal or courage to face here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Ps "system special" great idea for poeple need and wants for xmass etc as the main big sellers this xmas that are being sold out quicker then quick are Play station 2's, Xbox Crystal's and NEc 616V like bloody gold dust

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    Good idea.

    I'm after a PANASONIC DMRE55EBS DVD Recorder or simular but Must be DVD-Ram. Cheapest I''ve seen is Dixons Or Currys roughly £180 inc Discounts.

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    Offers on Sony CMT-NE3 (best £74.99) or other MicroHiFi?

    Looking for a good budget Mini HiFi system, preferably Sony CMT-NE3 but others considered if reasonable quality.
    Thank you

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    Mini hifi

    Bought a Samsung MAX-S720 from Comet for £75 delivered.

    My monitor sits on top of it.

    3cd player, radio, double cassette and aux Input (for PC soundcard output), does the job.

    :P

    Regards

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by mew
    Good idea.

    I'm after a PANASONIC DMRE55EBS DVD Recorder or simular but Must be DVD-Ram. Cheapest I''ve seen is Dixons Or Currys roughly £180 inc Discounts.
    Hi Mew,

    Yes, you seem to be right - Dixons Or Currys I think are the cheapest after discount.Order code:237517

    The price is £189.73 plus P&P - To save an extra 10% use code:AFF10PC - Works out around £180 delivered.

    Click the pic to earn 1.5% worth of Rpoints:



    Out Of Stock at present.

    Cheers, ss

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    Re: Offers on Sony CMT-NE3 (best £74.99) or other MicroHiFi?

    Quote Originally Posted by bauhaus
    Looking for a good budget Mini HiFi system, preferably Sony CMT-NE3 but others considered if reasonable quality.
    Thank you
    Hi Bauhaus,

    How about this little Sony system only £59.99 (after discount) from LXdirect:



    Order code:PW0447 Model: "CMT-NE3".

    Select the order code which is in bold - Now click the link at the top of the page - Add the order code into the search box - Add the product to your basket - You can now add the promo code: zg3722 for £20 off! Now add code: xx521 for FREE P&P!

    Cheers, ss

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    1) quality DVD recorder, sub £150 - no unknown brands

    2) budget sat nav for the car, sub £200

    3) quality digital camera with > 4x optical zoom & >4Mp
    billions of websites......and you can only silence me on one ;>)

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    I'm after a Us to UK Voltage convertor?
    I'd be hoping to pay no more than £10

    anyone got any ideas?

    thanks

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    Contributor trytom
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    Quote Originally Posted by daemon
    I'm after a Us to UK Voltage convertor?
    I'd be hoping to pay no more than £10

    anyone got any ideas?

    thanks
    Yes! You will need to check on the wattage being used - Maplin have a 45W, 100w or 300w - to work out how many watts your equipment will take simply multiply the voltage(V) by the amperes(A), this will give you the wattage.

    Maplin electronics have these on promo from time to time - I have seen the 100w for as little as £5 before.

    Search ref:UK to US click here:



    Cheers, ss


 
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