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Remote control clickers - buying in bulk...

Discussion in 'Senior Leadership Team' started by happyhen, Jul 15, 2016.

  1. happyhen

    happyhen New commenter

    Hi, after a long time googling and not getting anywhere, can anyone recommend anywhere to buy 80 teachers a cheap but reliable remote control clicker? Looking to pay in region of £5 each but can't find anywhere selling them in bulk...thank you in advance
  2. wanet

    wanet Star commenter

    For? i assume use with a computer? That price does seem a bit cheap, but I may be a bit out of date.
  3. happyhen

    happyhen New commenter

    Yes, we gave a few in school for assemblies, CPD sessions, etc. but want to provide every teacher one for use in the class room so not tied to using their smart board or keyboard to move slides, point and can do from anywhere on room. Found loads on eBay to buy 10 max but want to buy 80.
  4. jago123

    jago123 Established commenter

    Tried a reputable retailer like Maplin, Currys or Staples?
  5. jago123

    jago123 Established commenter

    On EBay, although it might like good, the reality is, it probably is some cheap Chinese import that has been made by a child working for nothing.
  6. Lalex123

    Lalex123 Established commenter

    You could try a wireless mini mouse if you can't find cheap clickers.
  7. Skeoch

    Skeoch Star commenter

    Best place to ask for advice on this is Edugeek
  8. Teaching_Tricks

    Teaching_Tricks Occasional commenter

    You'd be better off spending a little bit more and getting wireless mini keyboards... Like the one below.

    Plugs in via USB port and then allows you to manipulate the PC as if you had a mouse and keyboard while moving round the room. They "normally" have about a 10m range.


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