The Bargain Hunter: Clean up on water bills with Ecocamel's eco-shower head

 

Do you know what that is pictured right? Despite the big hole in the middle it's an eco-shower head. Its makers, Ecocamel, claim it uses an average of 74 per cent less water than standard shower heads, helping to cut water bills by up to 40 per cent in the process.

And Ecocamel says the Orbit delivers a bigger and better spray than a typical showerhead. You can find out for yourself through this week's exclusive Bargain Hunter discount. Using our special code you can get the Orbit for £49.95 compared to its retail price of £69.95 and Ecocamel will also throw in a free hose worth £9.95. Simply go to the website www.ecocamel.com/bargainhunter and use the code orbit1

Calzedonia splashes out with an offer for old swimwear

Don't throw your old swimwear out, recycle it and get up to £5 towards a new outfit. Calzedonia will hand over a £5 voucher towards a new woman's swimsuit for every one handed in at one of the company's stores, no matter what brand it is. Men's swimwear will earn a £3 voucher. A similar deal on bras and knickers is being offered at underwear store Intimissimi until the end of July.

Save money on undies at M&S and Debenhams If you're seeking cut-price lingerie, M&S is offering £5 off orders over £30 until 22 May while Debenhams has a three for two offer on women's knickers until 31 May. Details at www.vouchercodespro.co.uk

Get away from it all with a cut-price break in West Wales

Zenobia at New Quay in West Wales is a townhouse which sleeps up to eight. But breaks are now being offered at 30 per cent off. Go to www.underthethatch.co.uk/zenobia

Please send details of deals to yourmoney@independent.co.uk

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