Dick Smith - HPM Double Pack Of 4 Powerboards - $1.98

5 August 2009

You can get a double pack of powerboards each with 4 sockets for only $1.98 from Dick Smith.

These always come in handy around the house. (Well they always seem to go missing in my house!)

I'm not sure how long the lead is, looks about 3/4 feet long.

14 comments

  • rthomson
    Must have been a mistake I think. Can't find the offer now for $1.98. Now is $8.98 Thought it was too good to be true. Dick Smith not known for their cheap prices :-)
  • fishmonkey
    definitely a typo...
  • geo78
    it's not a typo. i got this pack 2 weeks ago fro DSE George St for $1.98. now there are reports that this is available in Melbourne as well. there are only certain stores that have this special.
  • bt34
    $8.98 at my local.
  • lilpretzel
    I'm waiting to see if our new DS will have them as a opening special. :)
  • NoosieB
    Great price if you can get one.
  • dennisy
    Can confirm that this deal is available in the Melbourne MYER city store (corner of Lonsdale and Elizabeth St) - it is part of their "store refurbishment re-opening" specials. I was there at noon today (05/08), and they had plenty of stock available :)
  • fishmonkey
    geo78;94192
    it's not a typo. i got this pack 2 weeks ago fro DSE George St for $1.98. now there are reports that this is available in Melbourne as well. there are only certain stores that have this special.
    ah, it's the deal title that's a bit skewif.... it says "Double pack of 4 Powerboards"... those HPM powerboards do actually come in packs of 4 as well, hence the confusion...
  • blondieo
    fishmonkey;94221
    ah, it's the deal title that's a bit skewif.... it says "Double pack of 4 Powerboards"... those HPM powerboards do actually come in packs of 4 as well, hence the confusion...
    Sorry for the confusion guys, it's just 2 powerboards, with 4 sockets in each thats $1.98, still a good price if you can get it! :)
  • brad0
    Australia changed to the metric system 30 years ago. Can't we say "the cord appears to be just over a metre long"? How is this harder than this 3-4 feet nonsense?
  • fishmonkey
    haha, well if you want to be that pedantic, you should have rewritten it as: "the cord appears to be just under or just over a metre long"...
  • admin EDITOR
    914.4 mm - 1219.2 mm to be exact :) I'm on brads side. What's the point in imperial these days.
  • fishmonkey
    i dunno, you give some people an inch, and they take 2.54cm
  • simonda
    For all you guys who cant find this deal, Bunnings sell a 4 pack, 4 outlet power boards in all stores for $10

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